It’s always great to play real Hammond B3 – no “clonewheels” allowed… Yesterday I had the opportunity to play with vocalist and pianist Beth Hart on Conan.I played one of Lon Cohen’s Hammond B3’s, a 1959 with a percussion mod. I used my own Leslie 122, first modified by Al Goff and then worked on in LA by keyboard guru Frank Rich. I first played Hammond when I was about 6 yrs old at my grandma’s house. She had a M3, and she taught me the drawbars and the legato organ technique. She also taught me how to turn it…
From the Hudson City Suite session by the Scott Healy Ensemble, April 30th, 2012, at The Bridge in Glendale, CA.
Rough footage of the session for “Hudson City Suite” by The Scott Healy Ensemble, April 10th, 2012, featuring Tim Hagans on trumpet and Andrew Lippman on trombone. Composed and arranged by Scott Healy–now available at hudsoncityrecords.com and iTunes.
‹ 1 2