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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Crobbins, Jul 31, 2021.
Blake Mills turns his Tele into a B3 while eatin' some lunch.
great song, and well done.... and that boys and girls, that.... is what a Hammond B3 can do. and you really have to be in the room with it to understand how fabulous that thing is
My go to track on Alexa when cooking my steak every friday at 6pm
One of my favourite "songs" ever. Every time I hear it I want to learn the piano/organ!
top 5 instrumental of mine
The high school my daughter went to played it every day to begin classes.
Check out this great 1967 version, live in Europe:
Just waiting for the rest of the guitar . . .
Matt Murphy seat and playing in one of videos (after a stroke, happy to see he has some recovery)!
Really digg that Marshall backline!
Twenty years ago, I played in a cover band as "second" lead guitar and lead singer, and doubled on keys for certain songs. My keyboard chops were certainly better then than now. I used (believe it or not) a Casio 66 key electronic keyboard.....it had about a million different voices, several of which were actually useable. A couple of cool B3 settings, several piano voices, even a credible glockenspiel for Jimi's Little Wing and a synth setting for U2's With Or Without You. That period was fun, although I did tire of carting all the extra equipment and amps for both keys and guitar.
You can buy pretty decent keyboards now for little money.....I'd recommend full size, touch sensitive and weighted keys, and learn what you want. It NEVER hurts to expand musical horizons.
Oh, and my original point was to say I learned Green Onions, and it was always a crowd pleaser.