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Seeing is believing. It looks impossible, but it's true, Barbara Dennerlein plays bass lines with her left foot that I couldn't play with my left hand.
Unlike many organists, she did not begin with piano. When she was 11 years old she began playing organ, including the use of the foot pedals. She took lessons for a year and a half from a teacher who played jazz himself. By the time she was 13 she was completely on her own in regard to her musical development.
Charlie Parker was her musical hero and biggest influence. While she respects Jimmy Smith's musicianship and his enormous contribution to jazz organ, she did not model her playing, sound, technique or musical approach after his.
Like Jimmy, she developed her own personal style and unmistakable sound. Her artistic sensibilities are closer to Larry Young than Jimmy Smith, but they are still very much her own.
In the 80's Jimmy Smith briefly moved from Hammond B3 to another make of organ, experimented with synthesizers and even played electric piano. In the 80's Barbara also began to experiment, but she took a different approach.
She integrated midi technology into her B3 keyboard and sampled an upright bass to give her bass pedals a more realistic sound.
This video is one small glimpse into her musical world, I hope you'll view the other clips on my channel, and enjoy clips by other great B3 players. My hope is that music is enjoyed as a celebration, and not a competition - it's art not sport.
Barbara Dennerlein, Hammond B3 Organ. Dennis Chambers, Drums. (Not shown on clip: Andy Sheppard, Sax, Mitch Watkins, Guitar.) Vienna, 1992
PS If anyone knows Rick Rubin, he should see this clip.
Seeing is believing.
Jazz Organ Trio with Electric Violin jams in a basement, somewhere in New Jersey
Here is part of the finale at our fourth annual B-3 Summit during the San Francisco Jazz Festival. It took some hard work but I finally got Jimmy Smith and Joey DeFrancesco to play together. Concord Records then produced a CD called 'Incredible!' with the music recorded that night. I shot this from behind the curtain. It was October 28, 1999. If you want to see more jazz organ clips please visit my site: doodlinlounge.com Thanks, Pete Fallico
Rhoda Scott live on the Hammond C3 B3 jazz organ with one speed 22H Leslie + drummer Cees Kranenburg jr. From the full TV show 1972 and 1974 45-45min.
She have great homepage: www.rhodascott.com
Have a retro, old fashioned Merry Christmas! This song was written in 1934 and has been recorded by many artist including Justin Bieber. My arrangment is close to what you might hear at Christmas time in the late 1940s and 50s using a low Jazz Organ, Soft Bass, small burst of Orchestra and my rhythm-chorded style on the piano just like in the old days but in 720 HD. This sound track was made using Pro Tools LE 8.05 and if you like it then please share it on FACEBOOK or any way you can. Thanks for listening and Merry Christmas.