Jun 5, 2010

The organ donor

Brian Auger shows us his organ

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This week, we take a listen to men and their organs. Most of the rich tones come from the ubiquitous Hammond (Spencer Davis, Brian Auger, Alan Hawkshaw) but check out Joe Meek's Univox Clavioline heard on Telstar by the Tornados, and Andre Brasseur's multi-sound Lowry.
  1. Telstar, The Tornados, 7", Decca, 1962
  2. All About My Girl, Jimmy McGriff, I've Got a Woman, Sue, 1962
  3. The Kid, Andre Brasseur & his Multisound Organ, Palette MPBS-3204, Decca, 1966
  4. Love is A Beautiful Thing, The Young Rascals, Collections, Atlantic, 1966
  5. I'm A Man, The Spencer Davis Group, 7", Fontana, 1967
  6. Get Yourself Together, The Small Faces, Small Faces, Immediate, 1967
  7. Hung Up, Salt, 7", Choctaw, 1968
  8. The Champ, The Mohawks, The Champ, Pama, 1968
  9. Faster and faster, Eden Rose, On the way to Eden, Katema, 1969
  10. Indian Rope Man, Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity, Streetnoise, Marmalade, 1969
  11. Senior Thump, Alan Hawkshaw, The Big Beat, KPM, 1969
  12. Love Song With Flute (Mono), Caravan, Caravan, Verve, 1969
  13. Mo' Onions, Booker T & The MGs, The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968, Stax, 1963
  14. Hercules, Aaron Neville, Hercules, Mercury, 1973
  15. Inspiration Information, Shuggie Otis, Inspiration Information, Epic, 1974
  16. Here Comes The Fuzz, DJ Format, Music For The Mature B-Boy, Genuine, 2003

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