Jon Hammond’s Afternoon Slide HammondCast 28 Audio and Weblog July 30 2013

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HammondCast 28 for KYOU Radio 1550 AM “Afternoon Slide” Show. Music from Jon Hammond’s new album NDR SESSIONS Projekt, track 3: “Theme from Black Orpheus”, “Blues in the Night” and later at end of the show: “Payphone Johnny”, recorded in NDR Studio 1 in Hamburg Germany with NDR Engineer RUDY GROSSER at the controls. Musicians: LUTZ BUCHNER-tenor saxophone, JOE GALLARDO-trombone, HEINZ LICHIUS-drums, JON HAMMOND-XK-3 Hammond Organ/Bass. This new album is on the Ham-Berger-Friz Records Label. *Mixed and mastered by JOE BERGER & Pro Tools Specialist JIM ROBERTS. Going back in the “Hammond Time Machine” to year 1971 with a live recording of Jon’s old Rock band HADES playing “Greasy Legs” in a Provo Park concert in Berkeley CA with musicians JIMMY “JAMES” THORSEN-guitar, STEVE WRIGHT-bass, DAVE “DA” DANZA-drums, JON HAMMOND-A100 Hammond Organ. Jon tells the story of his song “Get Back In The Groove” and track “Sidewinder”…

World’s Fastest Hammond Organ Setup – I can do it blindfolded!
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Local 802 Birthday Party with Hammond organists Jon Hammond and Paul Shaffer – bandleader for The CBS Orchestra house band for Late Show with David Letterman

– “Letterman consistently maintains that the show’s switch to CBS was because NBC “fired Paul for stealing pens” — with Paul Shaffer at Roseland Ballroom

Champagne or Wine anybody ? ! – Jon Hammond & Joe Berger in Byntze!
Wer ein Stück echter „Byntze-Atmosphäre“

Leland Sklar in Frankfurt Musikmesse playing one of Hans-Peter Wilmer’s Warwick basses, sounding real good Lee! Jon Hammond

— with Leland Sklar at Messe Frankfurt

Jon Hammond at Horst-Lippmann-Platz in Frankfurt am Main outside the world-famous Jazzkeller Frankfurt, just about to go in and play concert
Sculpture Black Clef, created by Taro Miyabe in 1982, at the Horst-Lippmann-Platz in Frankfurt am Main
Horst Lippmann (March 17, 1927 in Eisenach, Germany – May 18, 1997 in Frankfurt am Main) was a German jazz music…See More — at Jazzkeller

Make it Funky boys!
Jon Hammond Band returning to Auster Bar Hamburg – Auster Jazz Series presented by Michael Leuschner and Heinz Lichius – Pocket Funk by Jon Hammond,

Lutz Büchner tenor saxophone
Michael Leuschner trumpet and flugelhorn
Heinz Lichius drums
Jon Hammond organ
Thanks to all the folks who came out to hear us and the Auster Bar Team Thorsten and Frank — with Heinz Lichius and Michael Leuschner at Auster Bar

Very cool sound cats! In Dizzy’s Cola Club NYC some of my friends playing in Igor Butman’s big band from Moscow – Jon Hammond – Alexander Dovgopoly, Vitaly Solomonov

— with Alexander Dovgopoly and Vitaly Solomonov at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola

My friend Tam with his Sunbeam Sports Car at dusk – Jon Hammond

Series I 1959–1960[edit]
The “Series” Alpine started production in 1959. One of the original prototypes still survives and was raced by British Touring car champion Bernard Unett.[6]
The car made extensive use of components from other Rootes Group vehicles and was built on a modified floorpan from the Hillman Husky estate car.[4] The running gear came mainly from the Sunbeam Rapier, but with front disc brakes replacing the saloon car’s drums. An overdrive unit and wire wheels were optional. The suspension was independent at the front using coil springs and at the rear had a live axle and semi-elliptic springing. The Girling-manufactured brakes used 9.5 in (241 mm) disc at the front and 9 in (229 mm)drums at the rear.
Coupe versions of the post-1959 version were built by Thomas Harrington Ltd. Until 1962 the car was assembled for Rootes by Armstrong Siddeley.[1]
An open car with overdrive was tested by the British magazine The Motor in 1959. It had a top speed of 99.5 mph (160.1 km/h) and could accelerate from 0–60 mph (97 km/h) in 13.6 seconds. A fuel consumption of 31.4 miles per imperial gallon (9.00 L/100 km; 26.1 mpg-US) was recorded. The test car cost £1031 including taxes.[5]
11,904 examples of the series I were produced.[1]
In 1960 Sunbeam marketed a limited-production three-door variant of the Alpine, marketed as a shooting brake. With leather interior and walnut trim, its price was double that of its open counterpart.[7]
Series II 1960–1963[edit]
The Series II of 1960 featured an enlarged 1592 cc engine producing 80 bhp and revised rear suspension, but there were few other changes. When it was replaced in 1963, 19,956 had been made.[1]
A Series II with hardtop and overdrive was tested by The Motor magazine in 1960, which recorded a top speed of 98.6 mph (158.7 km/h), acceleration from 0–60 mph (97 km/h) in 13.6 seconds and a fuel consumption of 31.0 miles per imperial gallon (9.11 L/100 km; 25.8 mpg-US). The test car cost £1,110 including taxes

There’s Light at the End of the Tunnel! – Jon Hammond
Yerba Buena Tunnel

Traveling through the westbound Yerba Buena tunnel
Connecting the two halves of the bridge is Yerba Buena Tunnel, measuring 76 feet (23 m) wide, 58 feet (18 m) high, and 540 feet (160 m) long.[10] It is the largest diameter transportation bore tunnel in the world.[16]
Reminders of the long-gone bridge railway survive along the south side of the lower Yerba Buena Tunnel. These are the regularly spaced “deadman holes” along the wall, into which track workers could duck if a train came along. (The north side, which always carried only motor traffic, lacks these holes.) — at San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.

Neodymium Action – Special Thanks to Thomas Eich TecAmp Fine Sounding 2 x 12 Neodymium Rig Powering Hammond Organ – 2 x 12 – JH

Melbourne Australia at the War Memorial / Shrine of Remembrance
(on the top!)

Jon Hammond — at Shrine of Remembrance

MGC GT sighted – for my friend Kunio Miyauchi – Jon Hammond

HammondCast Audio 19 Broadcast from Frankfurt Germany Berkeley California Funky Jazz Rock and Blues jimdo! Jon Hammond

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Melbourne Australia — AMAC / AIMS 2010 Welcome Party Announcement by AMA
Bernie Capicchiano making an important announcement through the Leslie model 3300 with a Sennheiser microphone –
President Bernie Capicchiano with presentation of iPad winners and Live Music by Tim Neal Trio with guest Jon Hammond sitting in at the digital B3mk2 Hammond Organ: Moanin’ Blues

Dai Jones guitar,
Tim Neal alto sax
Jon Hammond at B3mk2 Portable Organ
Rory McDougall drums
*Note: AMAC = Australian Music Association Convention, AIMS = Australian International Music Show..

4th Annual! – Jon Hammond AFM Local 6
4th Annual Local 6 Picnic– On Labor Day again this year!
Monday, Sep 2 2:00p to 7:00p
San Pablo Reservoir
El Sobrante, CA
Bring your family and enjoy delicious barbecue (with veggie options), grilled by our very own Steve D’Amico and his handpicked team of sous chefs.

Please bring a side dish to share. (and other drinks you and your kids might prefer)

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Solo Organ Performance Late Rent Nashville NAMM HD 1080p Jon Hammond at the organ Jon’s archive This video is about Solo Organ Performance Late Rent Nashville NAMM – Special thanks Rudd Lance for live audio mix in the massive high-ceilinged lobby of the brand new Music City Center in downtown Nashville — at Nashville Music City Center

Jon Hammond | Oral History Interview
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Jon Hammond | Oral History Interview Date: January 13, 2011 Jon HammondInterview Date: January 13, 2011Job Title: President and FounderCompany: Jon Hammond & Associatesaccordions electric organs Hammond B-3 Hammond Organs Jazz Music Manufacturing MusiciansJon HammondJon Hammond has successfully created a career based on his musical talents and his passion for the music industry! As a musician Jon has performed with many legendary players and as a clinician and product artist he has introduced many innovative products to music stores and their customers over the last 30 plus years. Jon is closely identified with the two main products of his career, the Excelsior Accordion and the Digital B3 Organ.Subject

Info Jon Hammond Interview Date: January 13, 2011 Job Title: President and Founder Jon Hammond & Associates Jon Hammond has successfully created a … of his career, the Excelsior Accordion and the Digital B3Organ. (accordions, electric organs, Hammond B-3, Hammond Organs)

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Summer NAMM Show Nashville The Booth Sessions at Hammond Suzuki USA Stand 1012

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L to R: Joe Berger guitar, Jon Hammond Sk1 organ, Roland Barber trombone – at Hammond Suzuki USA booth #1012 – Summer NAMM Show

This video is at the Summer NAMM Show in Nashville Tennessee – The Booth Sessions in Hammond Suzuki USA Booth #1012 “Lydia’s Tune” by Jon Hammond (at the Sk1 Hammond organ) with Joe Berger guitar, special guest Roland Barber (trombone), thanks for sitting in with us Roland! — with Roland Barber and Joe Berger at Nashville Music City Center

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