The Hammond organ was first made in 1935. In 1954, the now famous Hammond B3 was introduced with additional harmonic drum functions. When the company went out of business in 1985, around two million models of the Hammond organ were produced. The Hammond B3 was originally marketed to churches as a cheaper alternative to the wind-powered pipe organ. It quickly became popular with professional jazz musicians in organ trios. JIMMY SMITH's use of the Hammond B3 inspired a generation of organ players, and by the 1960s and 1970s, the use of the Hammond B3 spread throughout rhythm and blues, rock, reggae, and progressive rock.
This collection focuses on the exciting and dynamic sounds of the Hammond B3 organ!
A1 Bill Cole – Teach Me How To Bump 2:54
A2 Ross Carnegie Orchestra– Tall Temble 2:47
A3 Gene Butler With The Reflections– L.C. 2:34
A4 Bob Bassett– The Bird 3:04
A5 The New Imperials– The Other Side 2:26
A6 Charles Ables Trio– Philly Dog 4:41
B1 Timmy Sims– Count Down 2:15
B2 The Continentals – Funky Groove 2:41
B3 Kurrt Watkins And Soul Sister 7– Blues For All 2:25
B4 George and the Highlanders– The Hawk 3:00
B5 Al White & his Hi-Liters– Thread The Needle 2:40
B6 Steve Fisher - Mark Hittner– Spooky 3:29
B7 The Blue Knights – Take The Last Train Home 2:35
Great organ tunes
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