Friday, October 26, 2012

HammondCast Radio Show Jon's Journal October 26 2012

*LISTEN TO AUDIO HERE: HammondCast Radio Show http://archive.org/details/HammondCast_15 Music, Travel and Soft News HammondCast this show just before Jon blasts over to Hamburg Germany to record a new album at NDR Radio. Special guest recordings of Jon with radio legend Al Jazzbeaux Collins telling the story of Jon's composition "Train Song" and with Chuy Varela talking about the meaning of Jon's song "Get Back In The Groove" played 2 different ways: from "Hammond's Bolero" CD 2003 release (instrumental) and a 1981 version from DTI Records label with Frank Biner on vocals and Jon covering all the instruments + Dave Danza on the drums. Last song: "Czechoslovakian Salsa Song"-JON HAMMOND Trio. HammondCast is the music of Organist/Accordionist Jon Hammond *Member American Federation of Musicians Union Local 802/Local 6/ASCAP Publishing-JON HAMMOND International, Inc. "The FINGERS...are the SINGERS!" http://www.HammondCast.com David Fathead Newman plays Late Rent - Jon Hammond Band with Bernard Purdie drums in Zanzibar and Grill 550 Third Avenue NYC next to Sarge's Delicatessen Youtube http://youtu.be/9QBzJKdNCkE Composers workshop at Local 802 with Edd Kalehoff - Jon Hammond - SCL - The Society of Composers & Lyricists is committed to advancing the interests of the film and television music community. Toward this end, the SCL: Disseminates information concerning the creative and business aspects of writing music and lyrics for film and television; Presents educational seminars to provide the SCL membership with the latest technological information affecting our industry; Seeks to enhance the workplace and working conditions in order to maintain the highest level of quality in our crafts; Encourages a sense of community and the sharing of experience and knowledge among our membership and related organizations worldwide; Provides opportunities for dialog and the exchange of information between our membership and filmmakers; Establishes forums where issues confronting the film music industry can be openly examined and debated. The creation of scores and songs for motion pictures, television, and other media involves unique skills and presents special challenges. The SCL assumes a central role in helping composers and lyricists achieve their full career potential in a demanding and ever-changing field. Fairfax CA -- 19 Broadway club - Jon Hammond Band Youtube http://youtu.be/b-7_DphmfV0 10,101 John Bishop (guitar) feature on Hammond's Moanin' Blues, JON HAMMOND Blues Band at 19 Broadway Niteclub in Fairfax CA. Nobody in the Bay Area can lay down a shuffle like Ronnie Smith Jr. (drums), Alex Budman (tenor) and leader Jon Hammond at his well-traveled Hammond XB-2 organ just back from Germany tour here playing through 1965 Fender Twin Reverb.. New York NY -- Power shot L to R: Bernard Purdie, Joe Berger, Jon Hammond at Local 802 Musicians Union Jesse Gay of Stagedive Portland OR checking out guitarist / engineer Joe Berger playing guitar at Avalon stand - Winter NAMM 2012 - Jon Hammond http://www.stagedive.com/jonhammondband Jon Hammond at the organ - EastBay Jazz Workshop - 6604 San Pablo Avenue Oakland CA — with Louis Armstrong and Charlie Parker at 6604 San Pablo Avenue Oakland CA Carl Lockett guitar - EastBay Jazz Workshop Oakland California - Jon Hammond http://eastbayjazzworkshop.blogspot.com/ EastBay Jazz Workshop Founder: Tambuzi Carroll — with Carl Lockett at 6604 San Pablo Avenue Oakland California R.I.P. Wade Barnes - drums, here with Bob Cunningham bass, Mike Camoia tenor sax - trombonist name? - Jon Hammond at Local 802 Musicians Union Monday night Jazz Session http://jazztimes.com/articles/29681-drummer-educator-wade-barnes-dies-at-57 Drummer, Educator Wade Barnes Dies at 57 Was CEO/President of the Brooklyn Four Plus One By Jeff Tamarkin Wade Barnes, a drummer, composer, producer, bandleader, arranger, educator and executive, passed away March 3 a age 57. The cause and place of death were not reported. Barnes was founder of the Brooklyn Four Plus One, Inc., a nonprofit whose stated mission, according to the organization’s website, is “to bring the highest quality of America’s classical music [jazz] to all ages, races, ethnic groups and socioeconomic levels.” Originally, the site states, the Brooklyn Four Plus One, Inc. “was a band organized by drummer and educator Wade Barnes in the mid 1990s. The band was comprised of native Brooklynites deeply rooted in America’s musical culture. The ensemble conducted performances, clinics and symposia for a variety of audiences.” The group was later renamed the Brooklyn Repertory Ensemble (B.R.E.) and is now comprised of 17 members and plays for schools and arts organizations, particularly in under-served communities. Barnes, who received multiple music degrees from colleges and universities, is credited, according to his official biography, with “facilitating a holistic conception which incorporates the entire history of American music.” He led Wade Barnes and the Bottom Line (a 10-member ensemble) and Wade Barnes and Unit Structures. During his career he also performed with “Doc” Cheatham, Earle Warren, Dicky Wells, Howard McGhee; Jimmy Garrison, Bob Cranshaw, Archie Shepp, Sonny Fortune; Jon Faddis and others. In addition, Barnes created clinics, workshops and curricula for the New York City Public Schools. Barnes appeared on numerous recordings with several ensembles. Frankfurt Germany -- Power Shot - L to R: Bernie Capicchiano (Australia), Mr. Shuji Suzuki and Mr. Shigeyuki Ohtaka (Hamamatsu Japan), Jon Hammond (NYC USA) at introduction of Hammond Sk1 and Sk2 combo organs with special appearance by the late great organist Jon Lord Youtube http://youtu.be/Fd3XEp0-BaE 3,279 World's First Road Test of Hammond Suzuki Sk1 Stage Keyboard Over The Rainbow - Road Test of Hammond Suzuki Sk1 Stage Keyboard by Jon Hammond at his annual Musikmesse-Session in Jazzkeller Hofheim on Friday April 8th 2011 Jon Hammond at the B3 organ with double stack of 122 Leslie Speakers in Zanzibar and Grill NYC - Mac Gollehon trumpet, Big Ed alto sax *unseen - Bernard Purdie drums 550 Third Avenue New York City next to Sarge's Delicatessen — at Sarge's Deli R.I.P. Charly Hosenseidl the late great leader of Frankfurt Musikmesse Nachruf: Charly Hosenseidl http://www.tastenwelt.de/nachruf_charly_hosenseidl.0.html L to R: Dr. Peters, Cordelia von Gymnich, Sabine Nold, Wilhelm Peter Hosenseidl bei seiner Verabschiedung als Musikmesse-Objektleiter (2003). - Jon Hammond Wilhelm Peter „Charly“ Hosenseidl ist am 2. März in Folge einer schweren Erkrankung verstorben. Der ehemalige Objektleiter der Musikmesse Frankfurt und unermüdliche Motor der deutschen Entertainer-Szene hinterlässt eine kaum zu füllende Lücke. Die Branche und die Tastenwelt-Redaktion trauern um ihn. Er war Musiker mit Leib und Seele: Wilhelm Peter Hosenseidl, Künstlername „Charly“, betrat mit 17 Jahren jene Bretter, die für den Künstler die Welt bedeuten – da­mals noch mit dem Akkordeon. Später verlegte er sich auf die Tanzmusik und sammelte bei den „Four Gentlemen“ zehn Jahre lang Banderfahrung, um dann mit Keyboard und Piano zunehmend solistisch tätig zu werden. Freilich im Nebenberuf, denn 1981 kam der gelernte Industriekaufmann zur Messe Frankfurt, wo er sechs Jahre später die Objektleitung der Musikmesse übernahm – die Chance seines Lebens, konnte er doch musikalische Leidenschaft und Beruf miteinander verbinden. „Was Besseres hätte mir gar nicht passieren können“, bekannte er einmal in einem Tastenwelt-Interview. 14 Mal leitete er die Musikmesse Insgesamt 14 Mal war Charly Hosenseidl für die Leitung der Musikmesse verantwortlich, ab 1995 auch für die ProLight + Sound. Ab Ende 2000 konzentrierte er seine Aktivitäten auf die Erweiterung der erfolgreichen Frankfurter Messekonzepte in Richtung Russland und China. 2003 zog sich Charly Hosenseidl mit 57 Jahren in die passive Altersteilzeit zurück, um als aktiver Vorruheständler mehr Zeit für seine Familie und die Musik zu haben. Dies war ihm aufgrund einer fortschreitenden Erkrankung leider nur wenige Jahre möglich. Am 2. März, zehn Tage vor Eröffnung der Musikmesse 2008, starb Charly Hosenseidl im Kreise seiner Angehörigen in Langenhain bei Frankfurt. Er hat eine Menge getan für die Musikalienbranche im allgemeinen und für die Entertainerszene im Besonderen. Auch zur Entstehung des Magazins Tastenwelt haben seine Ideen und Vorstellungen maßgeblich beigetragen. Und er stand Pate bei der Gründung von Entertainerclubs, deren Output wiederum nicht ohne Einfluss auf die Produktentwicklung seitens der Hersteller blieb. Unermüdlich am Image der Tanzmusiker gefeilt Zudem wollte Hosenseidl dem angestaubten Begriff des Allein­unterhalters neues Leben einhauchen. Getrieben von diesem Ziel ließ er sich keine Gelegenheit entgehen, seinen Musikerkollegen ins Gewissen zu reden: Gut zu spielen alleine reiche nicht, wenn man auf Dauer in der Unterhaltungsmusik Erfolg haben wolle – dieses Credo vermittelte Hosenseidl regelmäßig bei Musiker­treffen wie der zur Tradition gewordenen Entertainer-Party auf der Musikmesse, einer auch in diesem Jahr wieder stark frequentierten Veranstaltung. Wir werden sie in Charly Hosenseidls Namen weiterführen und damit zu seinem Andenken ein Stück beitragen. Karl Stechl — at Congress Center Messe Frankfurt Carnegie Hall New York -- Tony Lakatos and Jon Hammond at Carnegie Hall, but not in Carnegie Hall - photo by the great Jazz Photographer Elmar Lemes — at Carnegie Hall Basso Profundo -- Leland Sklar & Steve Bailey on the Agora Stage - Frankfurt Musikmesse, Jon Hammond — with Leland Sklar and Steve Bailey at Musikmesse Frankfurt Power Shot -- Coffee Time with the boys in Sachsenhausen Germany, L to R: Joe Berger, Tino Pavlis, Frank Pöhl, seated - Jon Hammond ready for Musikmesse action 26th consecutive year - Youtube http://youtu.be/Erm1jEvuN0Y — with Joe Berger, Tino Pavlis and Frank Poeh Master of Speaker Technology Jerry McNutt holding the incredible Eminence Neodymium 15 driver that I play my Hammond organ through loaded in to a Bag End Deep Red bottom, sounds absolutely fantastic and delivers basso profundo and full range brilliant highs without use of a horn - rated 200 watts continuous, 400 peak, very efficient, Jon Hammond at Winter NAMM Show, Anaheim California — with Jerry McNutt at The NAMM show at the Anaheim Convention Center The Sheriff is in - Main Man Rudy Sheriff Lawless *yes that's Rudy's real middle name and Jon Hammond at Local 802 Musicians Union Monday night Jazz Session - early bird band before the singers come in 6-7PM when in town, organ / drums extraordinaire - Rudy is one of my favorites, master of dynamics and Beacon of Inspiration always - JH — at Associated Musicians of Greater New York, Local 802 AFM Big Fun -- Big (Biggest) Leslie Speaker ever built - Jon Hammond and Michael Falkenstein in Hammond Studio Setzingen birthplace of Hammond Germany / Hammond Suzuki Musikinstrumentenvertrieb Deutschland Setzingen — with Michael Falkenstein 2 Hats Talking -- Bernard Purdie and Jon Hammond at Local 802 Musicians Union - Google Bernard Purdie Hammond for some serious NYC Funk: http://www.google.com/#hl=en&sugexp=les%3B&gs_nf=3&qe=QmVybmFyZCBQ&qesig=4NC66emS0UcRc6B8Tq7feg&pkc=AFgZ2tkZKFRtjFk6jFdHJ3ecs2HW7gZ1wacLWBsmq-QO3aAO0JN03L29KQtwmRyk2PetZcoBZgIjdLccnfNfY-AMn4Gm-kWNLg&cp=9&gs_id=18&xhr=t&q=Bernard+Purdie+hammond&pf=p&safe=off&output=search&sclient=psy-ab&oq=Bernard+P&gs_l=&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.r_qf.&fp=e5edf2502d0cf969&bpcl=35466521&biw=1376&bih=728 "The FINGERS...are The SINGERS!"™ - JH — with Bernard Purdie, Bernard Purdie and Oscar Peterson at Associated Musicians of Greater New York, Local 802 AFM hammondcast, radio, jazz, blues, local 802, musicians union, organ, jon hammond

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