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Lydia’s Tune Jon Hammond Accordion and Journal August 28, 2012

August 28, 2012

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Lydia’s Tune in Shoreline Amphitheatre Keys To Happiness

Keys To Happiness – Jon Hammond Excelsior Accordions


Lydia’s Tune – Jon Hammond plays one on the Excelsior accordion with The Late Rent Session Men – Barry Finnerty guitar, Larry Schneider tenor saxophone and James Preston from Sons of Champlin band drums in Shoreline Amphitheatre at the 12th annual New Orleans by The Bay Food and Music Festival put on by Bill Graham Presents
Keys to Happiness Excelsior Accordions

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Hip Hop Chitlins – Vimeo

Hip Hop Chitlins and Late Rent Theme Song in Shoreline Amphitheatre from Jon Hammond on Vimeo.

Jon Hammond and The Late Rent Session Men playing original compositions
“Hip Hop Chitlins” and “Late Rent” Jon Hammond’s theme song in Shoreline Amphitheatre for the 12th annual New Orleans by The Bay Food and Music Festival produced by Bill Graham Presents. On the band with Jon are Larry Schneider tenor saxophone, Barry Finnerty guitar, James Preston drums
Jon Hammond at the B3 organ and bass
special thanks Mick Brigden

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Pocket Funk Jon Hammond in Shoreline Amphitheatre New Orleans by The Bay

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Jon Hammond and The Late Rent Session Men laying down some serious Pocket Funk at the 12th annual New Orleans by The Bay Food and Music Festival for Bill Graham Presents. Original Jon Hammond composition from Jon’s album “Late Rent” with James Preston drums from Sons of Champlin band, Larry Schneider tenor saxophone, Barry Finnerty guitar and Jon Hammond at his 1965 Hammond B3 organ
Special thanks Mick Brigden and the BGP Team

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Jazz Concert de Trio Film Françoise Pujol sur France Inter


Ce film historique de Françoise Pujol Trio en concert à l’intérieur de la radio France Inter est la première fois qu’un appareil a été autorisé à filmer à l’intérieur de ce studio de radio. L’homme caméra n’est autre que Jon Hammond. Un merci très spécial à André Francis Producteur Jazz Radio grande!
This marks the 20th anniversary of this wonderful concert, yes it was 20 years ago folks! Incredible playing by these musicians – Francoise Pujol who is my personal favorite pianist in France today – Jazz and Classical. Along with her emerging star musicians: Bassist Richard Bona the phenom bass player born in Cameroon and now living in Brooklyn, and the very tasteful drumming (and sometimes explosive!) of Francis Lassus of Paris.
S’il vous plaît profiter de cette radio France Inter concert présenté par Jon Hammond.
Les gens l’attention de New York: Françoise Pujol et sa bande seront en provenance de Paris pour jouer 2 concerts le 8 Septembre et le 10, je suis honoré d’être un invité spécial lors d’une partie de son concert d’orgue Hammond avec Françoise et sa bande. Nous espérons vous y voir! Pour plus d’informations:

New York NY — Trombonist Art Baron soloing with Harlem Blues & Jazz Band last Saturday night at ZEB’s on W.28th Street – shown are Michael Max Fleming bass, Jackie Williams drums and Bill Wurtzel guitar looking on – Jon Hammond — at ZEB’s

Moscow Russia — This was our view outside the window of our 10th floor room in the Rossiya Hotel when I went to Moscow to play 2 concerts 9 years ago in trio with tenor saxophonist Igor Butman and Eduard Zizak drums – and special guests – Youtube
Organist JON HAMMOND in concert with saxophonist IGOR BUTMAN, ALEXEI KUZNETZOV (gtr.), VLADIMIR DANILIN (accordion) & EDUARD ZIZAK (drums) togehter for the first time in MOSCOW RUSSIA at LE CLUB in THEATRE TAGANKA *JENNIFER-Camera, *Special Thanks: FAINA COBHAM *Official Site: *STORY: — at Таганка

Hamburg Germany — The Analog to Digital Transfer Room at NDR Radio Studios – Jon Hammond
The NDR Sessions Projekt – Behind The Beat
Jon Hammond’s “The NDR Sessions Projekt” brings the soulful jazz organist back to Hamburg to record a collection of standards and originals featuring Lutz Buchner on saxophones, Joe Gallardo on trombone and Heinz Lichius on drums. Recorded in one of Germany’s best studios, the quartet present rich, heartfelt perfomances and infuse the music with a fresh and vibrant sound.
NDR Sessions
Jon Hammond says the NDR session was based on a sentimental idea.
Lutz Buchner
Jon Hammond wanted to feature saxophonist Lutz Buchner on the CD.
Bass and Organ
Jon Hammond says his style is playing bass and organ – on the Hammond.
Jazz Spirits
Jon Hammond wanted to rekindle a certain jazz spirit – and take some risks.
Label: Ham-Berger-Friz Records
Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR) (North German Broadcasting) is a public radio and television broadcaster, based in Hamburg. In addition to the city-state of Hamburg, NDR transmits for the German states of Lower Saxony, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Schleswig-Holstein. NDR is a member of the ARD consortium.
NDR studios

NDR television buildings in Hamburg
Studios in Hamburg are split into two locations, both of them within the borough of Eimsbüttel: Television studios are located in the quarter of Lokstedt as the radio studios are located in the quarter of Rotherbaum, a little closer to the city centre. In addition to these, there are further regional studios, also comprising both television and radio facilities. They are located in the state capitals Hanover, Kiel and Schwerin as well as at the ARD’s national studios in Berlin. The NDR also maintains other regional offices within its four state territories.

New York NY — Tenor Saxophonist Fred Staton on the gig last night with Harlem Blues and Jazz Band at ZEB’s on W.28th St. – Fred is looking sharp and playing fantastic, senior member of the band at 97 years old! – Jon Hammond — at ZEB’s

New York NY — “Meat Without Feet” van sighted – Jon Hammond

New York NY — One of the greatest jazz guitarists – Tal Farlow onstage at Zanzibar and Grill playing his signature Tal Farlow model guitar made for him by Gibson Guitars circa year 1990 – 550 Third Avenue, between 36th and 37th Streets – Jon Hammond
Talmage Holt Farlow (June 7, 1921 – July 25, 1998) was an American jazz guitarist. Nicknamed the “Octopus”, for his extremely large hands spread over the fretboard as if they were tentacles, he is considered one of the all-time great jazz guitarists. Where other similar players of his day combined rhythmic chords with linear melodies, Farlow preferred placing single notes together in clusters, varying between harmonically richened tones based on a startling new technique.

Farlow was born in Greensboro, North Carolina in 1921. Nearly as famous for his reluctance to perform publicly as for his outstanding abilities, he did not take up the instrument until he was 21, but within a year was playing professionally and in 1948 was with Marjorie Hyams’ band. While with the Red Norvo Trio from 1949–1953, Farlow became famous in the jazz world. His huge hands and ability to play rapid yet light lines, which earned him the nickname “Octopus”, made him one of the top guitarists of the era. After six months with Artie Shaw’s Gramercy Five in 1953, Farlow put together his own group, which for a time included pianist Eddie Costa.
In 1958, Farlow retired from full-time performing and settled in Sea Bright, New Jersey, returning to a career as a sign painter. He continued to play occasional dates in local clubs, however.[1] In 1962 the Gibson Guitar Corporation, with Farlow’s participation, produced the “Tal Farlow” model in their prestigious Artist Model line. The guitar seen in the picture at right is a prototype model. The production model has a mandolin-style scroll at the top of the body.
Farlow only made one record as a leader during 1960–1975, but emerged a bit more often during 1976–1984, recording for Concord fairly regularly before largely disappearing again. He was profiled in the documentary film, Talmage Farlow, made in 1980/81. The guitarist can be heard on his records for Blue Note (a 10″ LP in 1954), Norgran (later Verve, 1954–60), and Prestige (1969), aa well those for Concord. He died of cancer at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City on July 25, 1998 at the age of 77.[2]

The Tal Farlow Quartet (1954; Blue Note)
The Tal Farlow Album (1954; Norgran)
The Artistry of Tal Farlow (1955; Norgran)
The Interpretations of Tal Farlow (1955; Norgran)
A Recital by Tal Farlow (1955; Norgran)
Swing Guitars (1955; Norgran)
Poppin’ and Burnin’ (1955; Verve)
Guitar Player (1974; Prestige)
Tal (1956; Norgran)
Fuerst Set (1956; Xanadu Records)
Second Set (1956; Xanadu)
Metronome All-Stars, 1956 Verve MGV 8030
The Swinging Guitar of Tal Farlow (1957; Verve)
This is Tal Farlow (1958; Verve)
The Guitar Artistry of Tal Farlow (1960; Verve)
Tal Farlow Plays the Music of Harold Arlen (1960; Verve)
The Return of Tal Farlow (1969; Prestige Records)
Trinity (1976; CBS Sony)
A Sign of the Times (1977; Concord)
Tal Farlow ’78 (1978; Concord)
On Stage (1981; Concord)
Chromatic Palette (1981; Concord)
Cookin’ on all Burners (1983; Concord)
The Legendary Tal Farlow (1985; Concord)
All Strings Attached (1987; JazzVisions)
Standards Recital (1993; FD Music)
Project G-5: A Tribute to Wes Montgomery (1993; Evidence Records)
Jazz Masters 41 Tal Farlow (1995; Verve)
Tal Farlow (1996; Giants of Jazz)
Chance Meeting (1997; Guitarchives Tal Farlow & Lenny Breau – Music from the Soundtrack of Talmage Farlow.)
Live at the Public Theatre (2000; Productions A-Propos The Tal Farlow Trio (with Tommy Flanagan & Red Mitchell – Music from the Soundtrack of Talmage Farlow.)
Tal Farlow’s Finest Hour (2001; Verve)
Tal’s Blues (2002; Past Perfect)
Two Guys with Guitars (2004; Frozen Sky Records)
The Complete Verve Tal Farlow Sessions (2004; Mosaic) — at 550 Third Avenue New York NY

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