Private press, unique recording with Eddy utilizing the advancements of multi-tracking. He is performing all the parts. There are multiple errors involving the catalog or serial number. I have included all variations included on this release.
Ethwell Eddy Hanson (he prefers to be called "Eddy") was born in Waupaca, Wisconsin. That's a small town in the northeastern part of the state. It was there where as a child Eddy says he would listen to a neighbor play rinky-dink cylinder records on an Edison Amberola, and then run home to duplicate the rhythms on his mother's dish pans! No wonder she bought him a piano! His father insisted that Eddy learn tempo and a clean, exact technique, which has always stayed with him - even to this day!
Musician: Eddy Hanson. Album's name: Master Organist. Eddy Hanson - Master Organist. Eddy Hanson - Master Organist MP3 album ZIP archive. 11281 downloads at 25 mb/s. Eddy Hanson - Master Organist FLAC album ZIP archive. 2422 downloads at 22 mb/s.
EDDY HANSON" - Master Organist. In an historical album on historical early radio documentary, from his days as organist for "Amos and "Andy" through silent picture days to the 'talkies' and TV. "A collector's album". to be introduced on the Hammond Organ and Kawai Piano by the "artist himself" at the following schedules times and dates at their respective locations: October 5, 1970.
MMMBop is a demo album by American pop rock group Hanson, released in 1996 independently after Boomerang (1995). It contains a few tracks that were later re-recorded for their debut studio album Middle of Nowhere (1997). Of these tracks, the titular MMMBop is the most noteworthy, with this original version being just slightly longer than its counterpart on Middle of Nowhere. Many of these tracks were also re-released on 3 Car Garage (1998).
French jazz organist Eddy Louiss, who played in the Stan Getz quartet in the early 1970s, died Tuesday in a hospital in central western France. He was 74. In 1971, Louiss and his Hammond organ to join René Thomas and Bernard Lubat in the Stan Getz quartet to record the celebrated album Dynasty. His discography extends to duet recordings with pianist Michel Petrucciani, accordionist Richard Galliano and French musician Claude Nougaro. In 1977, Louiss made the decision to go solo.
This 1991 CD puts the focus on the talented and fairly original organist, whose style falls between Jimmy Smith and Wild Bill Davis. Joined by guitarist Rene Thomas and drummer Kenny Clarke for a studio set (the only one by this particular trio), Louiss performs two basic originals (including Clarke's "Don't Want Nothin'," awhich uses the "Ja Da" chord changes), Miles Davis' "Nardis," a heated version of "Hot House," Horace Silver's catchy "No Smoking" and "You've Changed.
|A1||If A Wish Could Make It So/Perfect Song|
|A3||At The End Of The Sunset Trail|
|A4||Roses Of Picardy/A Kiss In The Dark|
|A5||Maple Leag Rag|
|A6||Why Did You Break My Heart?|
|B1||Somewhere My Love|
|B2||Melody Of Love|
|B4||I Left My Heart In San Fransico|