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    Vertigo (swirl) obscurity

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    Private british obscurity

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    German Polydor obscurity

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    Belgian obscurity

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    German famous rarity

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    German (ELP school)

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    I miss these italians


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    German private obscurity

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    And a polish contribution from 1971...

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    Quote Originally Posted by spacefreak View Post
    German obscurity

    Not really Hammond driven, I think. According to the booklet, Hendrik Schaper played a Farfisa.

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    Wobbler might work for you


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    Don't forget Anglagard, the Hammond isn't predominant, but interwoven in their heady sound.


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    Don't forget these guys' numerous albums:


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    Hey Spacey, those 2 big organs that Big Elf uses on stage are they Hammonds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spacefreak View Post
    I miss these italians


    Their second, Curses and Invocations, regarded as best by some fans, but I never heard this one. I only own the debut, and third album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calabasas_Trafalgar View Post
    Beggars Opera
    Still Life
    Fuzzy Duck
    Raw Material
    Indian Summer
    Spring
    Kravetz(see Frumpy)
    Orange Peel
    Khan
    Nick Greenwood-Cold Cuts
    Il Balletto di Bronzo
    Fuzzy Duck, Raw Material, Indian Summer, Spring, early Beggars Opera - all great stuff. I would add to this list Cressida, Atomic Rooster, Clouds, Quatermass, early Rare Bird..

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    Quote Originally Posted by grego View Post
    Their second, Curses and Invocations, regarded as best by some fans, but I never heard this one. I only own the debut, and third album.
    they reincarnated as London Underground, 3 CDs in the early 2000s. Curses... has a nice cover of Gracious' Arrival of the Traveller

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterG View Post
    Hey Spacey, those 2 big organs that Big Elf uses on stage are they Hammonds?
    Yup.

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    Sagor & Swing Live @ Psykjunta - Eric Malmberg on a Hammond B3 with 2 Leslie 122 from MAFY. Fredrik Björling on drums.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Not really Hammond driven, I think. According to the booklet, Hendrik Schaper played a Farfisa.
    That was my thought as well, when I sampled it yesterday...

    At times, it even sounds like a Vox Continental
    my music collection increased tenfolds when I switched from drug-addicts to complete nutcases.

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    There might be som guitar in there too:


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    I can't help but laugh at many who mentioned ELP-type bands, but didn't mention ELP themselves. I guess they define Hammond-based bands, at least with their first several albums, so perhaps they would be a Hammond-dominant band a priori...

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    some older ones:
    Spooky Tooth(esp. Spooky Two)
    Lee Michaels-Carnival of Life
    Bakery-Momento

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