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Jon Hammond’s San Francisco Lunch Time Blog Soup Music Chicken Noodle Lentil

November 17, 2011

Jon Hammond’s San Francisco Lunch Time Blog Soup Music Chicken Noodle Lentil Jazz Blues Chili in Tenderloin City Hall Zone

Down on O’Farrell St. near the Mitchell Theatre and The Great American Music Hall the Pope of Soups Richard Gaule created

beautiful soups with nothing but Crock Pots – photo by Jon Hammond

Half Sandwich and small bowl of soup $4.75 unlimited crackers, chopped onions and grated cheese on top

I didn’t know it at the time but Richard Soups was once a GE Executive, story by Todd Dayton

http://articles.sfgate.com/2002-12-22/living/17576526_1_polish-dog-first-customers-chili-cheese-dog

Zen and the Art of Slinging Soup / Ex-GE exec Richard Gaule on what he gets out of feeding and befriending the denizens of the Tenderloin
By Todd Dayton

A man with a graying beard and greasy long hair orders a Polish dog with chili and methodically arranges condiments on the counter, then buries the dog in mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, chopped onions, jalapenos and cheddar until the condiments are taken away. A cane-toting elderly man missing three front teeth hovers over a bowl of cereal, discussing the Yankees with a friend.

A homeless woman wearing a dark sweatshirt with its hood pulled over her head meekly asks for a chili cheese dog, no potato chips, and permission to use the restroom, please.

These are some of the regulars at Soups, a tiny Tenderloin eatery specializing in hot stuff that comes in a bowl, plus a few extras like sandwiches and hot dogs. Richard Gaule knows most of his customers by name Ð Garth with his Polish dog, the Yankees-hating Sylvester, and Charlene with the hooded sweatshirt – and greets them when they grab one of the 11 seats. The boxcar-shaped shop is basically just a long brown Formica counter, where 100 customers a day get a view of the restaurant’s tireless proprietor and a half- dozen stainless steel electric soup pots wearing crocheted lid holders. A couple hundred people stop in frequently – Gaule’s regulars, his friends – but he says he keeps track of a couple thousand names of the people he’s met over the years. He makes a mistake from time to time, but he doesn’t make many.

For nearly a decade, the lanky redheaded proprietor, whose youthful face and agility belie his 60 years, has served a slowly evolving customer base drawn mostly from the immediate neighborhood. They come from the residential hotels, and the apartment buildings, from the doorways that offer shelter and a home to those who don’t have one. Sandwiched in between a residential hotel and a cocktail lounge on a slightly seedy stretch of O’Farrell Street, Soups is the kind of place one might pass by for years without noticing it among the bars and auto body shops that line the street.

The sign above the door reads “Everyone Welcome,” and it’s true, but the folks he’s really here for are those most in need. Gaule opened Soups as a cheap and healthy eatery for the neighborhood’s financially challenged residents, a sort of for-profit soup kitchen for those a few bucks above broke.

“I really wanted something that would make me feel like life was worth living, ” he says..

and Sean Paul Forsha wrote:
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2000/06/16/WB2062.DTL&type=travelbayarea

Need Some Soup for the Soul? Get It Piping Hot in Tenderloin

Sean Paul Forsha

Friday

(06-24) 04:00 PST San Francisco — If Richard Gaule had his way, all the ills of the Tenderloin would be cured with a steaming bowl of soup.

Wedged in between two bars along a breezy strip of O’Farrell Street, Gaule’s restaurant carries a bright sign announcing “Soups — Good Food — Healthy — Everyone Welcome.” Its owner is a quirky fellow with an infectious smile who decided eight years ago he wanted to open a business that would help the community.

“I first thought about opening a video store or a fish and pet store,” said Gaule, who used to manage residential apartments in the neighborhood but now drives in five days a week from Novato, where he lives with his wife, Marilyn. “Then I thought, if people ate better, they could get healthy and eventually get themselves out of this neighborhood.”

Thus, Soups was born in August 1992. However, at the time, the singular would’ve been more appropriate. Gaule, who admits he never cooked a meal before he opened his restaurant, started with only one soup: potato.

“It took me two weeks to perfect that one,” Gaule laughed, as he prepared the restaurant for a recent lunch crush, stirring chunks of chicken and corn into one pot and tasting the seasoning on the chili in another. “But I’ve read a lot of recipes and taken comments from my customers, and I think the soups have gotten a lot better.”

Now, Gaule makes six soups daily and also offers hot dogs ($2.50) and very basic sandwiches ($2.75). Vegetable, chicken noodle and chili are the mainstays, but he also whips up a mean lima bean and ham and split pea. “I try to make all my soups as healthy as possible,” he said, insisting that he refuses to use cream in his recipes.

For $3.75, you get a well-filled bowl of soup, all the crackers you can manage and a choice of coffee, tea or milk. When the bowl runs down, Gaule ladles in another serving and pushes more crackers your way. He also supplies onions and cheese to add to the soup and jalapenos to “kick out the evil spirits.”

With this deal, it’s easy to see why the 11-seat counter — rescued from the old Woolworth’s store on Market Street — is always full. It’s an interesting group that frequents Soups. Gaule describes them as “people you’d see on the bus.”

Like Ralphie, a feisty old guy who ambles up to the counter telling Gaule and the others about his new practice of wearing two wrist watches.

“I’m right on time,” he says.

One day not long ago, Gaule said District Attorney Terence Hallinan was seated at the counter next to three drug dealers. When one of the dealers realized it was Hallinan, he took Gaule aside and asked him to take a picture of the scene.

“He (Hallinan) had no idea who he was having lunch with,” Gaule laughed.

A HANDSHAKE AND A SMILE

Gaule, on the other hand, knows almost everyone who eats at his counter. He welcomes returnees by name and introduces himself to first-timers with a handshake and a smile.

He is devoted to his regular customers, as the mini-shrine in the back corner indicates. Arranged collage-style are more than 100 pictures of his favorite guests, with a small placard in the front that reads, “Friendship, Community, Support and Fun.” Placed in the middle is a photo of Gaule dressed as Superman with the words “Super-Friend” emblazoned on his chest.

Gaule admits that his years behind the counter are numbered. He allows himself two vacations a year but looks forward to spending more time hiking and tide-pooling with Marilyn. Until then, you’ll catch him manning the ladles and keeping the Tenderloin healthy.

SOUPS

784 O’Farrell St. (near Larkin St.), San Francisco (415) 775-6406 Open 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Closed weekends and holidays. What you’ll eat: Soup ’til you’re stuffed What you’ll see: Community in action What you’ll hear: Owner’s witty one-liners What you’ll think: “Visualize Whirled Peas” How you’ll get there: 38 Geary, 19 Polk

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: City Hall Show SAN FRANCISCO – JON HAMMOND Band

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Presented by City Hall San Francisco & Local 6: JON HAMMOND Band on front lawn of the beautiful SF City Hall during lunch hour free concert. JON HAMMOND at the B3 Organ along with Harvey Wainapel tenor, Steve Campos flugel horn, Barry Finnerty gtr. & James Preston drms. of Sons of Champlin band playing JH Band original “Nu Funk” (Hip Hop Chitlins). *Note: Jon’s organ bench fell out of the truck on Polk St. (was recovered) One of Jon’s famous sayings: “It’s easier to find an Organ with no Bench than a Bench without an Organ” !

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Happy Birthday today Bobbie Webb Blues Man saxophonist band leader broadcaster KPOO !

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: KPOO Bobbie Webb + Jon Hammond Trio

Christmas Broadcast at KPOO 89.5 FM in S.F. CA with Blues Man BOBBIE ‘Spider’ WEBB + JON HAMMOND Trio in-studio, Ronnie Smith Jr. drums, Alex Budman sax http://www.kpoo.com with special appearances by CHARLIE the movie star cat + CHET HELMS at S.F. City Hall plugging Matt Gonzales & Terence Hallinan San Francisco District Attorney, AFM Local 6 Musicians Union, Poster for Shanghai Ritz-Carlton Hotel gig with Danny Woody, LaDee Streeter & Band in Chinese, attended by Mayor Willie Brown in Sister City Shanghai China.
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*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Jazzbo’s Famous Amazing Peanut Butter Cookies and Train Song

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fZmQj537v4

Al Jazzbo Collins giving his famous recipe for amazing Peanut Butter Cookies on the air on WNEW AM 1130 make sure to write it down folks!
*Note: My Mom made a batch of Jazzbo’s Peanut Butter Cookies today and they came out amazing, highly recommend! See photo in opening shot, actual cookies made by my Mom – Jon Hammond
Al Jazzbo Collins coast to coast in California with his Daughter Teal and on the air. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_%22Jazzbo%22_Collins
covered by Jon Hammond personally in 1987
Radio Hall of Fame http://www.bayarearadio.org/audio/jazzbeaux/
and Train Song by Jon Hammond Band in Indigo Blues Club 221 W.46th St. New York, NY by Jon Hammond and The Late Rent Session Men
Alex Foster tenor saxophone
Jack Wilkins guitar
Bernard Purdie drums
Jon Hammond B3 organ
As seen on The Jon Hammond Show MCTV MNN TV cable access show Excerpts with the classic opening by famous Weather Man Lloyd Lindsay Young
Stay tuned for more, The Jon Hammond Show is now in 28th year on MNN TV
http://www.HammondCast.com

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50 UN PLAZA S.F. CA JON HAMMOND Band *Larry Schneider gst. star

At High Noon on a hot San Francisco day we hit for the People with my organ quartet *spcl. guest star LARRY SCHNEIDER soprano sax, fellow Berklee Alum RUSS GOLD drms., BARRY FINNERTY gtr., JON HAMMOND leader/organ playing the funky JH composition ‘Pocket Funk’ through a 1965 Fender Twin Amp that once was onstage at FILLMORE with FLYING CIRCUS guitarist JOHN McFEE (Clover, Doobie Brothers). Catch Jon Hammond’s radio show 7 early mornings a week and various times on KYOU & KYCY 1550AM (CBS) HammondCast Show in San Francisco. *Special thanks: Maria Kozak Local 6 Union, CAMERA: Derek Tracy

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Bob Cunningham, Bass, Bernard Purdie, Jon Hammond, Local 802, Musicians Union, NDR Jazz, Late Rent, Mikell’s, Jazz Foundation of America, Elmar Lemes, ASCAP Network, B3 organ, XK-3c, Blues, Funky, Rhonda Hamilton, WBGO



ASCAP Network Behind The Beat with Jon Hammond “LATE RENT”




Elmar Lemes photo of Jon Hammond playing XK-3 organ at Local 802 Monday Night Jazz Session sponsored by Jazz Foundation of America




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Lydia’s Tune

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE Lydia’s Tune in Jazzkeller Frankfurt JON HAMMOND Band

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Jazzbo’s Famous Amazing Peanut Butter Cookies and Train Song

November 17, 2011

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Jazzbo’s Famous Amazing Peanut Butter Cookies and Train Song

http://www.archive.org/details/JazzbosFamousAmazingPeanutButterCookiesAndTrainSong

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fZmQj537v4

Al Jazzbo Collins giving his famous recipe for amazing Peanut Butter Cookies on the air on WNEW AM 1130 make sure to write it down folks!
*Note: My Mom made a batch of Jazzbo’s Peanut Butter Cookies today and they came out amazing, highly recommend! See photo in opening shot, actual cookies made by my Mom – Jon Hammond
Al Jazzbo Collins coast to coast in California with his Daughter Teal and on the air. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_%22Jazzbo%22_Collins
covered by Jon Hammond personally in 1987
Radio Hall of Fame http://www.bayarearadio.org/audio/jazzbeaux/
and Train Song by Jon Hammond Band in Indigo Blues Club 221 W.46th St. New York, NY by Jon Hammond and The Late Rent Session Men
Alex Foster tenor saxophone
Jack Wilkins guitar
Bernard Purdie drums
Jon Hammond B3 organ
As seen on The Jon Hammond Show MCTV MNN TV cable access show Excerpts with the classic opening by famous Weather Man Lloyd Lindsay Young
Stay tuned for more, The Jon Hammond Show is now in 28th year on MNN TV
http://www.HammondCast.com

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Jazzbo’s Famous Amazing Peanut Butter Cookies and Train Song from Jon Hammond on Vimeo.

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*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: STELLWERK-Late Rent-JON HAMMOND Band, Hamburg-Harburg

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JON HAMMOND Band return engagement to STELLWERK in Harburg Bahnhof near Hamburg, playing the theme song for The Jon Hammond Show TV Show … all » and HammondCast radio show from KYCY/KYOU 1550 AM “LATE RENT”. With JOE BERGER-guitar, HEINZ LICHIUS-drums, JON HAMMOND-on the incredible new XK-1 Hammond Organ & Bass, GABRIEL COBURGER-tenor sax Camera-JENNIFER

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Mercy in BLAUER ENGEL Kiel JON HAMMOND Band

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Encore performance JON HAMMOND Band in BLAUER ENGEL Kiel Germany Mercy Mercy,
SEBASTIAN GILLE – tenor sax
HEINZ LICHIUS – drums
JOE BERGER – guitar
JON HAMMOND – Hammond Organ

Amplifier Tech Talk from Jon Hammond on Standel Fender Vintage Amps with Organ Tech Talk from Jon Hammond of HammondCast KYOU Radio

Folks, Jon Hammond here in New York City today, every day I play my Hammond XK-3 organ through

an older Solid State Standel The Artist X Amplifier which looks like hell now but still sounds

great. I know that over the years Standel amps have been the choice of top players such as

Wes Montgomery and Chet Atkins *see Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standel

I contacted Danny Sage McKinney yesterday who keeps the legacy of Bob Crooks Standel Musical

Instrument Amplifiers Company going today in Los Angeles CA

http://www.standelamps.com/about_us/story/index.html

and he kindly got right back to me personally with the following information about my trusty

old Standel Amp, as follows:

“Hi Jon,

Your Standel was built in 1965/66. It has 40 watts of power output (80 watts is power consumption with the amp being 50% efficient) and four ten-inch Jensen speakers.

Hope that helps.

All the best,

Danny “Sage” McKinney
The Standel Co.”

The Amp (sounds way better than it looks folks): (original casters)

Back of Amp, notice information is scratched on the plates with a tool

Close up image Standel The Artist X

with spring reverb and tremelo

I first came in to contact with Standel amps when I shared a rehearsal space in

San Francisco with the band Quicksilver Messenger Service. John Cipollina one of

the 2 guitarists (Gary Duncan was other guitarist) had a very unique set up

in our rehearsal hall on Harrison St. SF, incorporating 6 Fender Twin Reverb Amps,

4 Fender Dual Showman heads and 2 big 2 x 15″ Standel amps on either side with

similar front panel configuration to my Artist model. He also had his rig going

through brass high frequency horns. It was loud and it sounded good!

I got my Standel amp at Silver & Horland music shop on 48th St. in NYC in the

late 70’s for 90 bucks and it’s still working today.

Yesterday we featured some of the lost tapes of our good friend Les Paul R.I.P.

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:

http://ia360703.us.archive.org/8/items/JonHammondTheLostLesPaulTapes1988fromJonHammondShow/TheLostLesPaulTapes1988.m4v

The Lost Les Paul Tapes 1988 from Jon Hammond Show – Recorded April 4, 1988 NYC

As seen on The Jon Hammond Show MCTV a 1988 performance of Les Paul Trio at Fat Tuesday’s NYC “There’s No Place Like Home” dedicated to Les’ Mom aka “Sniff Along With Les” hilarious commentary from Les.
*note from Jon Hammond: apology for some slight tracking variance, the historic nature of these previously lost tapes determine I broadcast this again in Les’ memory.

Gary Mazzaroppi is the bass player and Lou Pallo second guitar (also a Gibson according to Les!)

Special thanks Roger Bell, Joe Berger, Rusty Paul.

Sincerely, Jon Hammond NYC NY http://www.HammondCast.com

The Jon Hammond Show is on MNNTV New York City

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpCT3lb78rk

RIP Les – Lester William Polsfuss (June 9, 1915 – August 12, 2009)

Jon Hammond is a Hammond Artist and member of AFM Local 802 and Local 6 Musicians Union, Host
of daily radio program HammondCast on KYOU Radio

Have a great day folks, and a better one tomorrow! Keep it tuned to KYOU Radio

HammondCast Show

Jon Hammond

New York NY

Standel Amplifiers, Wes Montgomery, Bob Crooks, Danny Sage McKinney, John Cipollina,
Jon Hammond, HammondCast, KYOU Radio, XK-3c, XK-1, B3 organ, Local 802 Musicians Union Tech Talk from Jon Hammond Using Vintage Fender Amplifiers Live XK-1 and XK-3 Series Organ

Organist Accordionist Jon Hammond says: “I have been using stock 1965 Fender vintage Band-Master piggyback amps and 1965 Fender Twin Reverb amp with factory JBL speaker option to power my XK-1 and XK-3 organs, also XB-2 prior to that. You can’t beat that combination on the band stand as a portable solution to the classic B3 Leslie combo (I own 2 B3’s, a 1965 and 1959 models with stock 122 and Bill Beer custom high-power Keyboard Products Leslie in flight cases) this sound has served me well for many years. I started playing professional gigs with a blonde 1964 Fender Band-Master I scored from Leo at Leo’s Music in Oakland CA with my electric Giulietti accordion. These amps are well suited to either accordion or Hammond organ by nature. In 1987 I had the good fortune to meet Leo Fender on the way back to USA from the Frankfurt Musikmesse, we had a lengthy discussion in Frankfurt Airport on this topic. Nobody has come up with a better more comfortable sound solution for my own taste yet, and the Hammond Suzuki engineers have done a wonderful job at recreating the sound and feel of the real deal Hammond organs with the XK series, and I still use my XB-2 organs on occasion also.”

Jon Hammond is a member of AFM Local 802 and Local 6 Musicians Union, ASCAP Composer Publisher

and leader of Jon Hammond Band, Host of Jon Hammond Show TV and daily HammondCast radio program

on KYOU Radio.

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HAMMOND ARTIST JON HAMMOND AT MUSIKMESSE For 24 years, jazz organist
Jon Hammond has brought a touch of New York soul to the Musikmesse Trade show in Frankfurt, Germany with an all-star band. This year was no exception, and joining Jon and his Hammond XK-1 on the stand was Giovanni Gulino on drums, Tony Lakatos on tenor saxophone, and Jon’s long-time guitarist Joe Berger. The event was the Musikmesse Warm Up Party at the Jazzkeller in Frankfurt. Here are a couple of videos from the date. We think they got it wrong–this ain’t “Warm”, it’s RED HOT!!

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