MNN TV Jon Hammond Show Jon’s Journal December 18 2012

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JON HAMMOND Show MNN TV this classic clip includes Jon’s signature tune “Late Rent” with Video by LORI with Jon’s studio band Stephen Ferrone drums, Barry Finnerty guitar, Todd Anderson sax and Jon Hammond at B3 organ. When I Fall In Love in Jazzkeller Frankfurt with Tony Lakatos tenor sax, Giovanni Gulino drums, Joe Berger guitar, Jon Hammond at XK-1 organ and Introduction Pocket Funk annual Musikmesse Warm Up Party © http://www.HammondCast.com as seen on MNN TV

Jon Guest Spot on Conversations with Harold Hudson Channer

Youtube http://youtu.be/hKBT_mZ23fI

Part 1 – 50 mins.

2 Jon’s on Radio – Indie Pool http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-898007

2 Jon’s on Radio – Indie Pool: *LISTEN TO THE AUDIO HERE: The Indie Pool: Jon Russell Hosts Jon Hammond Downloaded 512 times http://archive.org/details/JonHammondINDIEPOOLKYOURadioSpecialJonRussellHostingJonHammondofHammondCastShow The Indie Pool: Jon Russell Hosts Jon Hammond KYOURADIO San Francisco CA– Not just another interview show with music. More like an audio magazine that digs deeper so you’ll come away with a better understanding of the featured artists and bands and their music.

Folks, my mighty SONY TC-158SD Portable Cassette recorder is Back on the Scene like an Akio Morita machine!
A couple of adjustments to make and then taking it in the field today for immediate assignment, Jon Hammond

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akio_Morita

Akio Morita (盛田 昭夫 Morita Akio, January 26, 1921, Nagoya, Aichi – October 3, 1999, Tokyo) was a Japanese businessman and co-founder of Sony Corporation along with Masaru Ibuka.
Akio Morita was born in the village of Kosugaya, Japan. Morita’s family was involved in sake, miso and soy sauce production in the Chita Peninsula, Aichi Prefecture since 1665. He was the oldest of four siblings and his father Kyuzaemon trained him as a child to take over the family business. Akio, however, found his true calling in mathematics and physics, and in 1944 he graduated from Osaka Imperial University with a degree in physics. He was later commissioned as a Lieutenant in the Imperial Japanese Navy, and served in World War II. During his service, Morita met his future business partner Masaru Ibuka in the Navy’s Wartime Research Committee.
On May 7, 1946, Morita and Ibuka founded Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha (Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation, the forerunner of Sony Corporation) with about 20 employees and initial capital of ¥190,000. Ibuka was 38 years old, Morita, 25. Morita’s family invested in Sony during the early period and was the largest shareholder.
In 1949, the company developed magnetic recording tape and in 1950, sold the first tape recorder in Japan. In 1957, it produced a pocket-sized radio (the first to be fully transistorized), and in 1958, Morita and Ibuka decided to rename their company Sony (sonus is Latin for sound, and Sonny-boys the most common American expression).[2] Morita was an advocate for all the products made by the Sony Corporation. However, since the radio was slightly too big to fit in a shirt pocket, Morita made his employees wear shirts with slightly larger pockets to give the radio a “pocket sized” appearance. In 1960, it produced the first transistor television in the world. In 1973, Sony received an Emmy Award for its Trinitron television-set technology. In 1975, it released the first Betamax home video recorder, a year before VHS format came out. In 1979, the Walkman was introduced, making it the world’s first portable music player. In 1984, Sony launched the Discman series which extended their Walkman brand to portable CD products.
In 1960, the Sony Corporation of America (SONAM, currently abbreviated as SCA) was established in the United States. In 1961, Sony Corporation was the first Japanese company to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange, in the form of American Depositary Receipts (ADRs), which are traded over-the-counter. Sony bought CBS Records Group, which consisted of Columbia Records, Epic Records and other CBS labels in 1988 and Columbia Pictures Entertainment (Columbia Pictures, TriStar Pictures and others) in 1989.
On November 25, 1994, Morita stepped down as Sony chairman after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage while playing tennis. He was succeeded by Norio Ohga, who had joined the company in the 1950s after sending Morita a letter denouncing the poor quality of the company’s tape recorders — with Akio Morita

NAMM 2012 Special Jon Hammond Show HammondCast
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First time to NAMM Show – Suzuki Harmonica artist KOEI TANAKA from Tokyo Japan http://www.tanakakoei.com/ with JOE BERGER aka The Berger-Meister on guitar through Leslie G37 guitar combo amp, SWISS CHRIS getting down with…

Scott May a fine performance…
Saturday at 5:53am ·

Jon Hammond Thanks Scott! Psyched for 2013 Winter NAMM Hammond action, bombs away Jan. 25th! and daily around the premises, have a great weekend, c u soon, Jon
Saturday at 5:55am ·

Scott May gonna rock…

Joe Berger, Scott May and Waichiro Tachikawa like -

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アメリカからのミュージシャンが浜松市観光インフォメーションセンターに寄って下さいました。
その方は、Digital B3 Organ Specialisit のMr. Jon Hammond さんです。
浜松では鈴木楽器製作所さんや浜松市楽器博物館を訪問されたそうです。
浜松がとても気に入って、滞在を楽しんでいらっしゃいました。

KYOU Radio HammondCast  http://www.jonhammondband.com/home.html
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Frankfurt Germany — Jon Hammond and Bobby Kimball at 2012 Musikmesse Frankfurt backstage Agora Stage

— with Jon Hammond and Bobby Kimball

Anaheim California — Love this photo! Dan Del Fiorentino, Jay Valle, Jon Hammond –

Winter NAMM Show, lots of years of music history between the 3 of us folks! – JH — — with Jon Hammond at The NAMM Show

Frankfurt Germany — Excelsior Accordion Jam Session with super fantastic Silvia Pagni & Jon Hammond and main man Nello Gabrielloni at Frankfurt Musikmesse

— with Jon Hammond at Musikmesse Frankfurt

Jon Hammond and The Late Rent Session Men Band
Mikell’s 760 Columbus Avenue NYC
L to R: Alex Foster, Chuggy Carter, Jon Hammond, Bernard Purdie, Barry Finnerty
http://youtu.be/6FSQrnuKDLU
Jon Hammond Late Rent Session Men with Bernard Purdie drums, Alex Foster sax, Chuggy Carter perc., Barry Finnerty gtr., Jon Hammond at 1959 B3 Organ in MIKELL’S 97th St. & Columbus Ave. NYC, very first hit of 5
night run on a hot summer night in Aug. 1989.

Kicking it off with a classic organ blues James And Wess on this historic date. This was the musicians hang from 1969-1991 run by Pat & Mike Mikell (RIP) ©2008 http://www.HammondCast.com/ FSB = Funk Soul Blues As Seen On The Jon Hammond Show MCTV and HammondCast Radio Show KYOURADIO camera Joe Berger
— with Alex Foster, Leslie J. Carter, Jon Hammond, Bernard Purdie and Barry Finnerty

Marijo Johnson Great memories of Mikell’s… I lived right behind it in Park West Village.
November 10 at 11:52am ·
James Allen Jenkins Hey baby, Sonny J is still with you.
November 10 at 11:52am ·
Aris Tsirekas F@..ing A
November 10 at 11:52am ·
Chango Carlier wow!!!

Marc Perez

Jon Paris

New York, New York

Daniel Rogue

Le Lude, Pays De La Loire, France

Walter Schiele
Tolis Tsotras

Works at Freelance Interior Designer

Jack Joao Potter

Colégio Coração de Jesus

Michael Grammar

Houston, Texas

Jacek Brodowski

Works at Freelance

Brigitte Lautwein
Juan del Castillo

Mercer County Community College

Edward Robinson

Queens College

Bodden Sween
Yoshiki Ando

Works at 某コミュニケーション企業

Heino Blum

Südwall 6 at Freiberuflich/Selbstständig

Marijo Johnson

Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL

Judy Kirschner

Recording Engineer at Skywalker Sound

Raremusic Man

Works at Hhhhmmmmm

Scott D Hutchison

Songwriter at My Grace Music (SESAC)

Rich Jenkins

Temple University

Harry Spelt
Beatrice Ghiringhelli
Christopher Pritchard

New Windsor, New York

Alex TU-rock

Temple University

Herbert Collins Jr.

Works at Paymer & Phillips

Jon Hammond Band
Musician/Band
Christine Koutsikou

Athens, Greece

Cindy Smith Lillard
Lloyd Munroe III
Siegmar Grünberg

Dozent für Drums at Musikschule Schnelsen

Tom Reyes

Adachi-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Masamichi Miyauchi

Suginami-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Robbie Furlong

Holland Park High School

Chango Carlier

Old School Funk Soul R’NB

E Dian Cantrell

Works at CEO of my own life

David Zinno

University of Rhode Island

James Allen Jenkins

Croton Falls, New York

Yvan Esquerre

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mikell%27s

Mikell’s was a jazz club on the corner of 97th Street and Columbus Avenue, New York.
Run by Mike Mikell[1] and Pat Mikell, from 1969 to 1991 it was a regular venue for New York’s top studio and session musicians, who would turn up for jam sessions with major soul, funk and jazz artists visiting the city.[2] Paul Shaffer, bandleader for CBS’s Late Show with David Letterman, called Mikell’s “soul heaven”.[2]
Among the performers and bands associated with Mikell’s are Stuff, the alliance of studio musicians that played almost weekly at Mikell’s in the 1970s.[2]
Writer James Baldwin’s brother David worked as a bartender at the club, thereby attracting patronage from Baldwin as well as other authors, including Toni Morrison, Amiri Baraka and Maya Angelou.
Stephane Grappelli, French jazz violinist who co-founded the Quintette du Hot Club de France, performed at Mikell’s in the mid-1970s.
The band Stuff, formed in 1974, was closely associated with Mikell’s, playing there three nights a week until 1980, with jam sessions taking place with visiting soul, jazz and funk stars and singers such as Stevie Wonder and Joe Cocker.
n early 1980, the club served for rehearsals for Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers Big Band, which included Wynton Marsalis, and which would result in the live album Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers Big Band – Live at Montreux and North Sea (1980).[3] Other artists appearing at the club in the 1980s included Milt Jackson, Ray Brown, Cedar Walton and Mickey Roker (June 1983[4]), Paquito D’Rivera (January 1984[5]).
Mikell’s closed in 1991
John Tropea – Live at Mikell’s New York – Recorded live in 1980, released 1994.
Art Blakey and Jazz Messengers – New York Scene – May 1984

Jon Hammond and Bernard Purdie — enjoy all the videos since 1989 folks!

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RIP Cornell Dupree aka ‘Mr. 2500′ (records)! Jon Hammond at Mikell’s
Jon Hammond RIP Cornell Dupree aka ‘Mr. 2500′ (records)! Jon Hammond – my 1959 B3 organ, Bernard Purdie drums, Chuggy Carter percussion at …
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RECORDING Bernard Purdie Jon Hammond plus Brandon Tartikoff
— with Jon Hammond, Bernard Purdie and Bernard Purdie

Stephen Roth great photo…. you and pretty Purdie
Yesterday at 11:26am ·
Michael Augeri Love the pic Bernard..I hope to see you and chat next time you are in Connecticut..All the best..
Yesterday at 11:33am ·
Jeanne G Pocius Dorismond You’re still looking PRETTY, Bernard!
Yesterday at 11:53am ·
Jeanne G Pocius Dorismond you look good, too, Jon!
Yesterday at 11:54am ·
Robbie Furlong Good photo guys..
Yesterday at 12:06pm ·
Bill Concello damn he purty!!!!!
20 hours ago ·

Dean Pratt

University of North Texas

Friends
Stephen Roth

Germersheim

Meike Hindemith

Perth, Western Australia

Rich LePage
David Zinno

University of Rhode Island

Ron Felton

Works at Self Employed Professional Musician

Frank Coleman

New York, New York

Jon Hammond Band
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Hawk Lopez

Los Angeles, California

Jimi D’Andrea
Robert Elam

Engineering dept boiler opertator at Now work at eastern state hospital lex ky

Nicky Gebhard

Mönchengladbach, Germany

Yoshi Kagami

Works at Professional Musician

Jerry Kant
Sa Scha
Bo Pezzullo
Larry Dent

University of Hal Blaine, Carly Barrett and Dick Harvey

Nick Copoulos

Farmingdale Senior High School

Akira Drummer
Robyn Curleighhead
David Jameson

The Evergreen State College

Bill Concello
Mario Sicoy

Leyte National High School

Steve Bryant

Chairperson at Detroit Medical Center Citizens District Council

Gianluigi Conte

ACCADEMIA NAZIONALE COMUNICAZIONE ED IMMAGINE ROMA

Rich Thiel

Section Manager at Information Technology Professional

Rainey Kato

Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Masao Ohnuki

Hosei University

Marcelo Paganini

Owner at Film and Music Production

Michael David
Stanton Davis

Works at Ocean County College

Eliabe Acácio

Works at BRF Brasil Foods S/A ( Perdigão, Sadia, Batavo e Elegê )

Terry Bissette
Rich Tortorigi
Kenji Miyawaki Smurd

Havana, Cuba

Eizo Nakata

Works at SAKAE RHYTHM

Brigitte Lautwein
Tore Pettersen

Øksnes

Larry Blumenstein

Valley Stream, New York

Durk Dunham

Director of Emergency Management at Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office

Gene Kelly

Co Owner at Kelly’s Gingernut Pub

Chris Remediani

Vocalist/Guitarist at The 70’s Project

David Hamrock
Jeanne G Pocius Dorismond

Chef d’orchestre et fanfare, professeur du cuivres et du jazz at Ecole de Musique Sainte Trinité

Jeffrey Campbell

North Syracuse High School

Paolo Sosapanta Columba

Works at CNM

Michael Augeri

Univ.kentucky/ EKSU

Steven DeLano Adamson

Los Angeles, California

Bruno Batderock

Lycée St Aspais

Eric MacDuff

Works at Basware Inc.

Shelly Heidel

Salt Lake City, Utah

Keith Oneill

Montreal, Quebec

Roland Rousseve

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