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    Having bought the album 40+ years ago I just treated myself to the latest re mastered edition of the Indian Summer album and it is indeed very very good.

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    Not one mention of Jimmy Smith? Really?
    Shame on all of you!


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    Larry Young


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vic2012 View Post
    I got your Hammond driven thing right here:



    Niacin's version of RED is hammondawesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vic2012 View Post
    I got your Hammond driven thing right here:



    Incredible band, and they have quite a catalog, so there's plenty to listen to!

    http://www.allmusic.com/artist/niaci...91/discography

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    so much …

    hardin & york
    james taylor quartet
    early YES (pre-wakeman)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheH View Post
    Great dark organ in a VdGG way:

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    Try Murphy Blend from Germany. Pretty good hammond.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickenbacker View Post
    Any Hammond organ bands you can recommend? The only stipulation is that the tone I'm looking for is ala VdGG, Yes, "Thick As a Brick" sound. That grand, sometimes dark thing.

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    Ever listen to Gentle Giant's "The House The Street The Room" (from "Acquiring The Taste")? The song has a great dark Hammond organ section in the middle of the song.

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    RIP Lazar Ristovski
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    Thx for the tip!
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    I always am amazed that Gregg Rolie is not mentioned when Hammond organ is mentioned. The reason those early Santana and early Journey albums sold had as much to do with Rolie. He later took that sound to Ringo's all-star band.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saucyjackstl View Post
    I always am amazed that Gregg Rolie is not mentioned when Hammond organ is mentioned. The reason those early Santana and early Journey albums sold had as much to do with Rolie. He later took that sound to Ringo's all-star band.
    Ho God, yes, he is awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Svetonio View Post
    Time - Time (1972)
    I'd not heard that one before. That was great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100423 View Post
    I'd not heard that one before. That was great!
    yes... And worthy of the "proto" list, IMHO

    Good find, Svet
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    - Oliver Petry / organ
    - Rudiger Braune / drums
    - Dirk Fleck / bass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post


    - Oliver Petry / organ
    - Rudiger Braune / drums
    - Dirk Fleck / bass
    I think Rüdiger Braune was also a member of Kowalski and guested on one song of the last Hoelderlin album.

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