Head Phone Newessbar Hamburg Jon Hammond Band Jon’s Journal

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by Jon Hammond
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Topics Newessbar, Lutz Büchner, Heinz Lichius, Head Phone, Hamburg, Hammond, Funky, Joe Berger, Sk1, Organ

Jon Hammond Band in Hamburg at Newessbar performing funky original composition “Head Phone”
Lutz Büchner tenor sax
Heinz Lichius drums
Joe Berger guitar
Jon Hammond Sk1 Hammond organ and bass
Special thanks Roman Kumutat sound engineer, Olaf Gödecke, Knut Benzner NDR Radio, Jens Borgmann and Sabine Borgmann Route 66 Hamburg *see Jon’s T-Shirt http://www.HammondCast.com

Run time 11 minutes 7 seconds
Producer Jon Hammond
Audio/Visual sound

Jon Hammond framed by Alex Foster’s tenor saxophone on the gig at Mikell’s – 760 Columbus Avenue New York City

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*Note: This is a Must See for Fans of Bernard Purdie and Fans of The Jon Hammond Show TV Show!
The original Jon Hammond and The Late Rent Session Men as seen on MCTV MNN TV The Jon Hammond Show now in 27th year:
This classic film Jazz Funk Movie from August 28, 1989 shot at the legendary Mikell’s in New York City at Columbus & W.97th St. of JON HAMMOND Band playing first time with the great studio drummer Bernard Purdie Fatback drums along with Alex Foster on sax, Chuggy Carter percussion, Barry Finnerty guitar and Jon Hammond at his mint 1959 Hammond B3 Organ (& bass). Playing Jon’s funky composition: “Pocket Funk” featuring this fine rhythm section. This film SMOKES! Musicians playing FOR Musicians..in the house was Hugh Masakela all night long. Mikell’s was the traditional Hang for NY Studio Musicians. Enjoy!
Camera: Joe Berger – Panasonic PV-430

This radio has kept me company on many a lonely night – the last Zenith Trans-Oceanic made in year 1981, 12 Band – Jon Hammond

The Trans-Oceanic (abbreviated T/O) was the name given to a series of portable radios produced from 1942 to 1981 by Zenith Radio. They were characterised by their heavy-duty, high-quality construction and their performance as shortwave receivers
Zenith’s founder, Commander Eugene F. McDonald, was a great admirer of advanced technological development and believed that his company’s products should include the latest, most practical advances in a well-built product that continued to enhance the company’s reputation. Of the many products of Zenith Radio, the ‘Trans-Oceanic’ series of portable radios were amongst the most famous.
McDonald was a keen yachtsman and outdoorsman and wished for a portable radio that would provide entertainment broadcasts as well as being able to tune into weather, marine and international shortwave stations too. He asked his company’s engineers to develop prototypes to meet his criteria and by 1940 they had concept sets that were ready for production.
The Zenith ‘T/O’ began life in 1942 as the Model 7G605 ‘Trans-ocean Clipper’. Priced at $75, it was released in January but ceased production in April as Zenith shifted their production to war-related equipment. During this short production run, some 35,000 units were produced and sales data showed that many were sold to customers in the ‘above average’ income group. However, many also found their way into various theatres of war and in to the hands of appreciative servicemen—demand for a resumption of production at war’s end was kept high.
The T/O was a dual-powered radio receiver; it could operate from electrical service AC or DC and via a pair of “A” and “B” dry cell batteries for portability. The batteries are obsolete but the early T/O models live on either due to the ability to use mains line power to operate or by enthusiasts who fabricate a battery supply from modern cells (six “D” cells for the filaments and either ten 9-volt or sixty “AA” cells for the plates). Also notable was the lack of a vacuum tube or valve as a rectifier. Zenith used a selenium rectifier in the T/O. Inserting the power plug into a socket on the chassis or the side of the radio (depending on model) switched the T/O to battery operation.
The first post-war T/O was the 8G005Y, designed by Robert Davol Budlong, an industrial design consultant responsible for many of the Zenith radio products. Priced at $125, it was in production from 1946 to 1949. This was replaced in December 1949 by the G500—a ‘changeover’ model that had updated electronics but the same appearance. The G500 held its price at less than $100 until it was withdrawn in mid-1951.
The H500 ‘Super Trans-Oceanic’ was introduced in May 1951 at an initial price of $99.95. It had a redesigned front face and incorporated many frequency coverage and electronic changes ordered by McDonald. There also was a small production run of “militarized” Trans-Oceanic’s, ordered by the U.S. government.
After 1953, there was competition to the Trans-Oceanic from both Hallicrafters, with their ‘Trans-World’ series sets, and RCA, with their ‘Strato-World’ models.
In the spring of 1954, the 600 series was introduced with its ‘slide-rule’ type dial and a mains supply cord which coils inside the set on a spring-loaded reel. This model stayed in production, with minor changes, until the end of the T/O tube era in 1962.
During the tube or valve T/O model run, this receiver did not include an 88-108 MHz FM radio band.
Eugene McDonald died in 1958, but he was personally involved in the design changes to ‘his’ radio to the very end. In November 1957, Zenith introduced the all-new, nine transistor solid state Trans-Oceanic. The older tube-based Trans-Oceanic was continued in production until 1962…

Bicycle Boy – circa 1982

– Jon Hammond New York NY – yes and for short time I was a bicycle messenger, until the dispatcher wanted to dispatch me to Brooklyn on the hottest day in history, then I quit – JH

We are in London England here with Gregg Parker and another cat — Jon Hammond and Joe Berger

at London/England

Vers. 1.1 Full HD – Jon Hammond Session Taipei Jazz Spot Swing


– Kenichi Toyoda – p – Jon Hammond o – Taipei Taiwan Jazz Spot Swing Club in Taipei

I agreed to hold the stupid sign

– 10 years I’ve been going to this show, I’ll be back in Hollywood CA April 28th – 30th, 2016 for ASCAP’s ASCAP “I Create Music” EXPO – Jon Hammond — in West Hollywood, California

“Early Bird Gets the Worm…2nd Mouse Gets The Latté!”™ ©JON HAMMOND International

– Starbucks At Taipei Taoyaun International Airport , Taipei, Taiwan – Jon Hammond — at Starbucks At Taipei Taoyaun International Airport

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by Jon Hammond

Published October 22, 2015
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Topics Lydia’s Tune, Meetinghouse Jazz Orchestra, Todd Anderson Arrangement, Hammond Organist, Jon Hammond, Friends Seminary, 230 year old school, Manhattan, Paris France, Jon Hammond, #HammondOrgan

Organist Jon Hammond composed this song in Paris France after flying there aboard Air France Concorde​ in year 1981, played here now with Meeting House Jazz Orchestra – Arranged and Conducted by tenor saxophonist Todd Anderson​. Bob Rosen​ (tenor) presiding over the Music Program at Friends Seminary​ 230 year old school on Manhattan’s East Side – Greg Ruvolo​ takes the flugelhorn solo, Jim Piela saxophone, Pat Hall, Art Baron​, Alfredo Marques​ trombones, David Acker​ guitar, Mike Campenni drums, Charles Lee alto, more names coming! Thank you for playing my song and those listening and watching this Podcast folks! Jon Hammond​ ©JON HAMMOND International ASCAP http://www.HammondCast.com
TV Producers of Manhattan Neighborhood Network [MNN]​ – Manhattan Neighborhood Network​ – Associated Musicians of Greater New York, Local 802 AFM​ AFM Local 6​ PROFILE http://afm6.org/member-profile/jon-hammond-wheres-the-gig/

Producer Jon Hammond
Language English

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