Thursday, November 17, 2011

Jazzbo's Famous Amazing Peanut Butter Cookies and Train Song

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Jazzbo's Famous Amazing Peanut Butter Cookies and Train Song http://www.archive.org/details/JazzbosFamousAmazingPeanutButterCookiesAndTrainSong
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fZmQj537v4 Al Jazzbo Collins giving his famous recipe for amazing Peanut Butter Cookies on the air on WNEW AM 1130 make sure to write it down folks! *Note: My Mom made a batch of Jazzbo's Peanut Butter Cookies today and they came out amazing, highly recommend! See photo in opening shot, actual cookies made by my Mom - Jon Hammond Al Jazzbo Collins coast to coast in California with his Daughter Teal and on the air. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_%22Jazzbo%22_Collins covered by Jon Hammond personally in 1987 Radio Hall of Fame http://www.bayarearadio.org/audio/jazzbeaux/ and Train Song by Jon Hammond Band in Indigo Blues Club 221 W.46th St. New York, NY by Jon Hammond and The Late Rent Session Men Alex Foster tenor saxophone Jack Wilkins guitar Bernard Purdie drums Jon Hammond B3 organ As seen on The Jon Hammond Show MCTV MNN TV cable access show Excerpts with the classic opening by famous Weather Man Lloyd Lindsay Young Stay tuned for more, The Jon Hammond Show is now in 28th year on MNN TV http://www.HammondCast.com Peanut Butter Cookies, Amazing Recipe, Al Jazzbo Collins, Train Song, Jon Hammond Show, Jazz, Radio, WNEW, Late Rent Category: Howto & Style Tags: Peanut Butter Cookies Amazing Recipe Al Jazzbo Collins Train Song Jon Hammond Show Jazz Radio WNEW Late Rent http://www.viddler.com/explore/hammondcast/videos/110/ http://vimeo.com/32245648

Jazzbo's Famous Amazing Peanut Butter Cookies and Train Song from Jon Hammond on Vimeo.

http://blip.tv/jon-hammond/jazzbo-s-famous-amazing-peanut-butter-cookies-and-train-song-5743447 *WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: STELLWERK-Late Rent-JON HAMMOND Band, Hamburg-Harburg http://www.archive.org/details/JonHammondSTELLWERKLateRentJONHAMMONDBandHamburgHarburg32207 JON HAMMOND Band return engagement to STELLWERK in Harburg Bahnhof near Hamburg, playing the theme song for The Jon Hammond Show TV Show ... all » and HammondCast radio show from KYCY/KYOU 1550 AM "LATE RENT". With JOE BERGER-guitar, HEINZ LICHIUS-drums, JON HAMMOND-on the incredible new XK-1 Hammond Organ & Bass, GABRIEL COBURGER-tenor sax Camera-JENNIFER *WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Mercy in BLAUER ENGEL Kiel JON HAMMOND Band http://www.archive.org/details/JonHammondMercyinBLAUERENGELKielJONHAMMONDBand Encore performance JON HAMMOND Band in BLAUER ENGEL Kiel Germany Mercy Mercy, SEBASTIAN GILLE - tenor sax HEINZ LICHIUS - drums JOE BERGER - guitar JON HAMMOND - Hammond Organ

Amplifier Tech Talk from Jon Hammond on Standel Fender Vintage Amps with Organ Tech Talk from Jon Hammond of HammondCast KYOU Radio

Folks, Jon Hammond here in New York City today, every day I play my Hammond XK-3 organ through

an older Solid State Standel The Artist X Amplifier which looks like hell now but still sounds

great. I know that over the years Standel amps have been the choice of top players such as

Wes Montgomery and Chet Atkins *see Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standel

I contacted Danny Sage McKinney yesterday who keeps the legacy of Bob Crooks Standel Musical

Instrument Amplifiers Company going today in Los Angeles CA

http://www.standelamps.com/about_us/story/index.html

and he kindly got right back to me personally with the following information about my trusty

old Standel Amp, as follows:

"Hi Jon,

Your Standel was built in 1965/66. It has 40 watts of power output (80 watts is power consumption with the amp being 50% efficient) and four ten-inch Jensen speakers.

Hope that helps.

All the best,

Danny “Sage” McKinney
The Standel Co."

The Amp (sounds way better than it looks folks): (original casters)


Back of Amp, notice information is scratched on the plates with a tool


Close up image Standel The Artist X


with spring reverb and tremelo

I first came in to contact with Standel amps when I shared a rehearsal space in

San Francisco with the band Quicksilver Messenger Service. John Cipollina one of

the 2 guitarists (Gary Duncan was other guitarist) had a very unique set up

in our rehearsal hall on Harrison St. SF, incorporating 6 Fender Twin Reverb Amps,

4 Fender Dual Showman heads and 2 big 2 x 15" Standel amps on either side with

similar front panel configuration to my Artist model. He also had his rig going

through brass high frequency horns. It was loud and it sounded good!

I got my Standel amp at Silver & Horland music shop on 48th St. in NYC in the

late 70's for 90 bucks and it's still working today.

Yesterday we featured some of the lost tapes of our good friend Les Paul R.I.P.

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:

http://ia360703.us.archive.org/8/items/JonHammondTheLostLesPaulTapes1988fromJonHammondShow/TheLostLesPaulTapes1988.m4v


The Lost Les Paul Tapes 1988 from Jon Hammond Show - Recorded April 4, 1988 NYC

As seen on The Jon Hammond Show MCTV a 1988 performance of Les Paul Trio at Fat Tuesday's NYC "There's No Place Like Home" dedicated to Les' Mom aka "Sniff Along With Les" hilarious commentary from Les.
*note from Jon Hammond: apology for some slight tracking variance, the historic nature of these previously lost tapes determine I broadcast this again in Les' memory.

Gary Mazzaroppi is the bass player and Lou Pallo second guitar (also a Gibson according to Les!)

Special thanks Roger Bell, Joe Berger, Rusty Paul.

Sincerely, Jon Hammond NYC NY http://www.HammondCast.com

The Jon Hammond Show is on MNNTV New York City

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpCT3lb78rk

 

RIP Les - Lester William Polsfuss (June 9, 1915 – August 12, 2009)

Jon Hammond is a Hammond Artist and member of AFM Local 802 and Local 6 Musicians Union, Host
of daily radio program HammondCast on KYOU Radio


Have a great day folks, and a better one tomorrow! Keep it tuned to KYOU Radio

HammondCast Show


Jon Hammond

New York NY

Standel Amplifiers, Wes Montgomery, Bob Crooks, Danny Sage McKinney, John Cipollina,
Jon Hammond, HammondCast, KYOU Radio, XK-3c, XK-1, B3 organ, Local 802 Musicians Union Tech Talk from Jon Hammond Using Vintage Fender Amplifiers Live XK-1 and XK-3 Series Organ

Organist Accordionist Jon Hammond says: "I have been using stock 1965 Fender vintage Band-Master piggyback amps and 1965 Fender Twin Reverb amp with factory JBL speaker option to power my XK-1 and XK-3 organs, also XB-2 prior to that. You can't beat that combination on the band stand as a portable solution to the classic B3 Leslie combo (I own 2 B3's, a 1965 and 1959 models with stock 122 and Bill Beer custom high-power Keyboard Products Leslie in flight cases) this sound has served me well for many years. I started playing professional gigs with a blonde 1964 Fender Band-Master I scored from Leo at Leo's Music in Oakland CA with my electric Giulietti accordion. These amps are well suited to either accordion or Hammond organ by nature. In 1987 I had the good fortune to meet Leo Fender on the way back to USA from the Frankfurt Musikmesse, we had a lengthy discussion in Frankfurt Airport on this topic. Nobody has come up with a better more comfortable sound solution for my own taste yet, and the Hammond Suzuki engineers have done a wonderful job at recreating the sound and feel of the real deal Hammond organs with the XK series, and I still use my XB-2 organs on occasion also."

Jon Hammond is a member of AFM Local 802 and Local 6 Musicians Union, ASCAP Composer Publisher

and leader of Jon Hammond Band, Host of Jon Hammond Show TV and daily HammondCast radio program

on KYOU Radio.

http://www.jonhammondband.com



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English: 1965 Fender Bandmaster piggyback amplifier belonging to Jon Hammond with 2 x 12" factory Fender Jensen speakers stock. Hammond uses it currently with his Hammond XK-1 Organ and Excelsior Accordion with Sennheiser pickups.
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English: Jon Hammond at XK-1 Hammond Organ in concert at JAZZKELLER FRANKFURT at annual "Musikmesse Warm Up Party". On the JON HAMMOND Band with Jon, Tony Lakatos tenor sax, Joe Berger guitar, Heinz Lichius drums. Funky Swingin' Jazz and Blues.
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English: Tenor saxophonist Tim Armacost and Jazz Organist Jon Hammond on Hammond XK-3 organ. Jon Hammond band in concert at Cleopatra's Needle in New York City.
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2008
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English: 1965 Fender Twin Reverb amplifier with factory JBL Speakers belonging to Jon Hammond since 1981. This amp has pedigree, it was originally owned by guitarist John McPhee (Doobie Brothers / Flying Circus) and has worn stencil on top saying "FLYING CIRCUS" it played the Fillmore in San Francisco and has been maintained by Randall Smith of Prune and Boogie.
San Francisco CA

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English: Jon Hammond World's First Psychedelic Accordionist performing at wedding in Topanga Canyon CA 1971, photo courtesy of Bob Fratti. Jon is playing custom Giulietti Classic 127 Accordion with Psychedelic Striped Pants.
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Fender Band-Master, 1965 Twin Reverb, Factory JBL Speakers, XK-3c, XK-1, XB-2, B3, Organ, Giulietti, Excelsior, Accordion, Jon Hammond, Jazz, Funk Soul, Local 802 Musicians Union Jon Hammond Band Plays The Blues
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWkW6pFphH4

HAMMOND ARTIST JON HAMMOND AT MUSIKMESSE For 24 years, jazz organist
Jon Hammond has brought a touch of New York soul to the Musikmesse Trade show in Frankfurt, Germany with an all-star band. This year was no exception, and joining Jon and his Hammond XK-1 on the stand was Giovanni Gulino on drums, Tony Lakatos on tenor saxophone, and Jon's long-time guitarist Joe Berger. The event was the Musikmesse Warm Up Party at the Jazzkeller in Frankfurt. Here are a couple of videos from the date. We think they got it wrong--this ain't "Warm", it's RED HOT!!

Visit Jon on the web
www.jonhammondband.com

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