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Closing time

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Canciones de America con Ernesto Hill Olvera   RCA Victor   This is really kind of beautiful.   The orange glow.   The dramatic light on her shoulder, neck and hands.   The yellow wisp of illuminated, exhaled smoke.   His posture and hand poised just like that.   His ring.   His cool shades.

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Organ donor

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When Sherrie needed an organ transplant, Jane fit the bill and stepped up.

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Nice rack!

Brother Jack McDuff   “Hot Barbeque”   Prestige Records   (1966)   With George Benson.   I real organ-guitar groover!   Check it out!

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A parting shot

Baby-Face Willette “Behind the 8 Ball”   Argo.   (1964)   Gene Barge (Sax (Alto), Baby Face Willette (Organ),   Jerold Donavon (Drums), Ben White (Guitar)   Esmond Edwards (Producer), Ron Malo (Engineer), Don Bronstein (Design), Don Bronstein (Cover Photo)   His masterpiece, and one of the greatest Hammond organ albums ever, is his Blue Note release “Face to Face.”   This is his second LP for Argo and his last as a leader.   Baby-Face soon after disappeared and, while unconfirmed, is said to have passed away in 1971.

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Behind closed doors

“Shut-Ins Serenade” Ray Teare at the Lowrey organ

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Despite his baldness…

George H. Jenner at Console of Baldwin PR2000 Organ. “Fingers Four Touch On Sounds”

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Don’t try this at home

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One of the joys of album cover design during the golden age of the fifties and sixties was the freedom that designers had to do crazy things.   Here’s another example of that “hey I got an idea – let’s do it” attitude.   Steve Allen (at the Wurlitzer Electric Piano!)   “Electrified Favorites” from the guys at Coral.

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Armed and dangerous

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“Look Ma! 4 Hands”

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Lp cover..

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“Lover” Jean Houben at the Organ A Masterpiece Hi-Fi Record.

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Two lefts don’t make a right

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“Music for People with Two Left Hands”   Dave Nault at the Baldwin Organ.

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