Jazz organ lessons, sounds, and sheet music.
You have found the home of a true Jazz Organ Freak!
About "Organ Freak" :
Scott Hawthorn is a jazz organ player living on Bainbridge island, near Seattle. Classically trained as a kid, he has spent the last 30 years studying and writing down jazz organ music. He teaches occasionally, and gigs even less occasionally, prefering to stay home to practice writing in the third person. He was fortunate enough to receive some instruction from Jack McDuff, Richard "Groove" Holmes, and even a bit from the inventor of modern jazz organ, Jimmy Smith. Scott's area of expertise and teaching emphasis is organ bass. He plays a C-3 built on December 11, 1956, using a 1962 A-100 generator, with a Leslie 122 and a souped-up Leslie 31H.
And now, Presenting: some NOT jazz this time....
Dan Bonow's Smoke and Mirrors
Recorded in Cakewalk using virtual B4 and Dx7s.
Streaming Real Audio (TM)
HIGH SPEED CONNECTIONS A nice stereo mix for you speedsters:
DIALUP CONNECTIONS The usual crappy mono file:
These sound clips are posted solely for
educational and entertainment purposes. Not to be copied,
reproduced, or sold. OK? OK.
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And now, without too much more further
ado, here they are:
Rare Jazz Organ
*New* as of November '00
your pipe and slippers, sit back, and click on the radio....
Play Jazz Organ Bass!! Just what the hell IS going on with the
Questions and answers from mailing lists- Clickorama -To print, change type color on page from white, then send money.
McDuff Memorial! Twenty minutes of streaming
swinging audio, private tapes.
the Organ Freak plays for you. Short MP3s. Go
Organfreak and friends, organs and stuff. Same old stuff, soon to be
replaced with new.
Music - Mostly Jack
McDuff arrangements You won't find this anywhere else.
Native Instruments B4 MP3 Demo
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been visited times at Tripod, plus 16,500 visits at its former
home @ Geochitties.
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