Thursday, August 18, 2016

Jon Hammond P. Mauriat NAMM Session With Greg Osby System 76

#WATCH P.MAURIAT MOVIE HERE: Jon Hammond P. Mauriat NAMM Session With Greg Osby System 76 Jon's archive Facebook video Vimeo Youtube Jon Hammond​ sitting down for a change, chilling out playing some tunes in the P.Mauriat stand with Greg Osby playing his custom System 76 alto saxophone - Pmauriat Albest​ P Mauriat HQ​ The NAMM Show​ Producer Jon Hammond Language English Usage Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Topics Jon Hammond, Greg Osby, P.Mauriat, System 76, Alto Saxophone, The NAMM Show, #HammondOrgan Jon's archive Facebook video Vimeo Jon Hammond: On the scene (photos and video by Jon Hammond): for Joel Selvin's Book Release Party last night at Great American Music Hall - Jon actually attended Altamont entire event as well as his long-time friend Dr. Eugene L. Schoenfeld - who had come the night before with his VW van folks! : "Altamont The Rolling Stones, the Hells Angels, and the Inside Story of Rock's Darkest Day Joel: by Joel Selvin" - It was a gathering of the tribes of sorts some 47 years later there at Great American Music Hall on O'Farrell Street San Francisco - The Release read: "Please join us this evening as we celebrate the release of Joel Selvin's new book 'Altamont' - in addition to a book signing, there will be a concert by Rudy Colombini & The Unauthorized Rolling Stones! Admission is free & the doors open at 7pm!" "Taking another look at the bloodshed of Altamont By Aidin Vaziri Updated 4:44 pm, Monday, August 15, 2016" Joel Selvin Takes Over Almost Entire Datebook Section of SF Chron: Is it Zero Mostel? No it's Robert Altman! - Jon Hammond: On the scene for Joel Selvin's Book Release Party last night at Great American Music Hall: Book Buyers -- Jon Hammond: On the scene for Joel Selvin's Book Release Party last night "Four months after Woodstock celebrated the free-spirited nature of the 1960s, Altamont brought the decade to a crashing close. The free festival, which took place at a speedway 50 miles east of San Francisco on Dec. 6, 1969, lives in notoriety as one of rock music’s great debacles — the site where 18-year-old Meredith Hunter was stabbed to death as the Rolling Stones played “Under My Thumb.” In his latest book, “Altamont: The Rolling Stones, the Hells Angels, and the Inside Story of Rock’s Darkest Day,” former Chronicle Pop Music Critic Joel Selvin talks to the key players of the day to get the definitive account of what went down when a crowd of 300,000, more than a dozen rock groups and the Hells Angels — hired for $500 in beer to be stage guards — came together in the arid valley. He celebrates the book’s release with a signing party on Tuesday, Aug. 16, at Great American Music Hall, featuring a set by Rudy Colombini and the Unauthorized Rolling Stones. Selvin spoke to us about the lure of Altamont. Q: What is it about Altamont that keeps us interested? A: It’s one of the few dark days in the history of rock. This was the anti-Woodstock. It also took place in December of 1969, so it bookmarked the end of the ’60s in a chronological way. The loss of innocence that day really is why this has lasted and why it endures as a cultural touchstone. Q: What compelled you to revisit an incident that happened nearly 50 years ago? A: There was a story to be straightened out. “Gimme Shelter,” which was produced in partnership with the Rolling Stones, is a great movie, but it’s not a journalistic document. No one has touched this topic since Rolling Stone magazine’s epic “Let It Bleed” issue in 1969. Until that report came out, the media had presented Altamont as a triumph. The Chronicle headline said, “300,000 Say It With Music.” The New York Times noted the murder of one concert attendant in its story. Everyone fell in with this “Woodstock of the West” myth."... Producer Jon Hammond Language English Jon's archive Vimeo Jon Hammond Band at the Hammond Party for the new XK-5 Hammond organ, playing Jon's tune Pocket Funk in Full HighDef on the new prototype organ with Kayleigh Moyer on the Sleishman Drum Co Mothertone drums, Chuggy Carter congas GON BOPS, Joe Berger guitar, Jon Hammond at the XK5 (plays just like a B3 with Multi Contact keys!) first night of Summer NAMM Show Nashville, Tennessee at the famous studios of SoundCheck Nashville- Pocket Funk as seen on Jon's TV show Jon Hammond Show 34 years on Manhattan Neighborhood Network channel 1 - special thanks to Hammond Organ USA Gregory Gronowski & Scott May, Ray Gerlich long-time Hammond Technical Supervisor since 1976! also Mark Prentice M.D. for the evening, known as "Sound Soul Summit V" fine players all night long on the new org - Thanks to my friend Chuck Rainey the great studio bassist for coming and hanging with us all night long! And the Suzuki Musical Instruments Team makers of Hammond Organs and Leslie Speakers *from Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka, Japan ‪#‎XK5‬ ‪#‎NAMMShow‬ ‪#‎Nashville‬ ‪#‎SummerNAMM‬ ‪#‎HammondOrgan‬ Producer Jon Hammond Language English Youtube Facebook video Jon's archive FaceBook Video ‪NAMM Show, Summer NAMM, Hammond Organ, XK-5 Hammond, Funk Band, Kayleigh Moyer, drums, SoundCheck Nashville, Hammond Organ USA #‎SummerNAMM‬ ‪#‎NAMMShow‬ ‪#‎HammondOrgan‬ #XK5 L to R Jon Hammond, Kayleigh Moyer, Frank Alkyer, Joe Berger - Summer NAMM Show Nashville Pocket Funk! Jon's archive 2PM EST Jon Hammond Funk Unit kicking it off on the Nissan Stage at Summer NAMM Show Nashville Music City Center Roland Barber - trombone, trumpet, sea shell Cord Martin - tenor saxophone Chuggy Carter - percussion Louis Flip Winfield - drums Lee Oskar - harmonica Joe Berger - guitar Jon Hammond - organ + bass ‪#‎NAMMShow‬ ‪#‎SummerNAMM‬ ‪#‎NissanStage‬ Swingin' Funky Jazz and Blues P.Mauriat saxophone, Greg Osby, Session, Jon Hammond, System 76, NAMM Show, #Pmauriat #NAMM #HammondOrgan

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