Radio France Inter Concert finale Jon Hammond Trio et Journal

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Radio France Inter Concert finale Jon Hammond Trio

and Jon Hammond Journal September 7, 2012

http://archive.org/details/RadioFranceInterConcertFinaleJonHammondTrio

Youtube http://youtu.be/PLPQkW0WFTc

Paris France — Onstage camera of Jon Hammond captures this live radio concert Maison de Radio France Studio Charles Trenet Jazz vivant producteur délégué : André Francis
circa 28th March 1996
Jon Hammond orgue / Hammond organ & bass
George Brown drums (the late great jazz drummer from Wes Montgomery records)
Barry Finnerty guitar
Francoise Pujol piano
special thanks merci beaucoup to André Francis, the Mr. Jazz of French radio from 1946 to 1997 who also presented Miles Davis Quintet when Tony Williams and Ron Carter were on Miles’ band in July 1964
Jon Hammond International – http://www.HammondCast.com
Category:
Music

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Radio France Inter Concert finale Jon Hammond Trio from Jon Hammond on Vimeo.

Jon Hammond’s 1965 B3 Organ with Keyboard Products mods by Bill Beer R.I.P. Bill – Youtube
http://youtu.be/SJmZvw5kErU

Frankfurt am Main — Jon Hammond at the Treble Clef sculpture at Horst-Lippmann-Platz by the Kleine Bockenheimerstrasse
Sculpture Black Clef, created by Taro Miyabe in 1982, at the Horst-Lippmann-Platz in Frankfurt am Main
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horst_Lippmann

Horst Lippmann (March 17, 1927 in Eisenach, Germany – May 18, 1997 in Frankfurt am Main) was a German jazz musician, concert promoter, writer and television director, best known as promoter of the influential American Folk Blues Festival tours of Europe during and after the 1960s.
The son of a hotelier, Lippmann played drums in the illegal Frankfurter Hot Club in the 1940s, and wrote for one of the first German jazz magazines, Mitteilungen für Freunde der modernen Tanzmusik (Messages for Friends of Modern Dance Music). After the war he played in the combos of the Hot Club with Günter Boaz. Together with Olaf Hudtwalcker, he was involved in the founding of the German Jazz Federation, and organized and participated in concert tours by the West German jazz clubs. In 1953 he founded the German Jazz Festival at Frankfurt.
In the mid-1950s he formed the Lippmann + Rau concert agency with Fritz Rau, and began bringing jazz, blues and rock and roll stars to Germany for the first time. Between 1962 and 1982 he organized the American Folk Blues Festival, initially by contacting Chicago blues musician and songwriter Willie Dixon. The festivals were arranged almost annually during the 1960s, performing in England and France as well as Germany and being recorded for television programmes, and brought such musicians as Muddy Waters, Sonny Boy Williamson, Howlin’ Wolf, Lonnie Johnson, Big Joe Williams, John Lee Hooker, Skip James, Little Walter, Buddy Guy, and Memphis Slim before European audiences for the first time. Attendees of early festivals included such influential musicians as Mick Jagger, Eric Burdon, Eric Clapton, and Steve Winwood.
Lippmann was also known in Germany as a radio personality and as director of television broadcasts.

Hamburg Germany — Classic 1962 Chevrolet Corvette
at Route 66 Hamburg – Jon Hammond
http://www.route66-hh.de/main.htm

The Chevrolet Corvette (C1) is the first generation of the sports car by the Chevrolet division of General Motors introduced late in the 1953 model year and produced through 1962. It is commonly referred to as the “solid-axle” generation, as the independent rear suspension didn’t appear until the 1963 Sting Ray. The Corvette was rushed into production for its debut model year to capitalize on the enthusiastic public reaction to the concept vehicle, but expectations for the new model were largely unfulfilled.[3] Reviews were mixed and sales fell far short of expectations through the car’s early years. The program was nearly canceled, but Chevrolet would ultimately stay the course and Harley Earl and company would transform the Corvette into a true world-class sports car.
In 1927 General Motors hired designer Harley Earl who loved sports cars. GIs returning after serving overseas in the years following World War II were bringing home MGs, Jaguars, Alfa Romeos, and the like.[5] In 1951, Nash Motors began selling an expensive two-seat sports car, the Nash-Healey, that was made in partnership with the Italian designer Pinin Farina and British auto engineer Donald Healey,[6] but there were few moderate-priced models.[7] Earl convinced GM that they needed to build a two-seat sports car, and with his Special Projects crew began working on the new car, “Project Opel” in late 1951.[7] The result was the hand-built, EX-122 pre-production Corvette prototype, which was first shown to the public at the 1953 GM Motorama at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City on January 17, 1953. Production began six months later. The car is now located at the Kerbeck Corvette museum in Atlantic City and is believed to be the oldest Corvette in existence.

China Beach at dusk – Jon Hammond
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Beach,_San_Francisco

China Beach is a small cove in San Francisco’s Sea Cliff neighborhood. It lies between Baker Beach and Lands End and is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. A marker at the trailhead leading down to the beach indicates that it was named for Chinese fishermen who used to camp at the beach. It was previously known as James D. Phelan State Beach Park and is one of the cleanest in the state.

Frankfurt Germany — This is a real power shot – my friend Yu Beniya and myself making some big international action on prep day of 2012 Musikmesse – a masterpiece in wireless global communications coming together right here by the Maritim Frankfurt Hotel – Jon Hammond — with Yu Beniya at Maritim Hotel Frankfurt

New York NY — Happy Birthday to Zeke Mullins the great jazz pianist! – Jon Hammond at Local 802 Musicians Union
http://www.jonhammondband.com/blog.html/local_802_birthday_party_for_reynold_zeke_mullins_pics_from_jon_hammond/

Frankfurt Germany — “Pocket Funk” Jon Hammond Band
at Jon’s annual 2012 Musikmesse Warm Up Party in
Jazzkeller Frankfurt

Youtube http://youtu.be/Nn6BjZoJyEk

featuring Tony Lakatos tenor saxophone, Giovanni Gulino drums, Joe Berger guitar, special guest:
Lee Oskar harmonica and Jon Hammond at the Hammond Sk1 organ powered by TecAmp 2 x 12 Neodymium rig special thanks to Thomas Eich TecAmp.
This evening marks 26 years continuous Musikmesse for Jon and also on his 59th birthday, special thanks to the Saray Pastanesi Baeckerei & Konditorei bakery for baking the beautiful Chocolate on Chocolate cake which you will see in this film, thanks Martina for wonderful presentation, Eugen Hahn, Marc and all Jazzkeller Frankfurt Team, Messe Frankfurt, P.Mauriat Music Saxophones Alex Hsieh team, Suzuki Hammond, Tombo Lee Oskar team, camera by Jennifer http://www.HammondCast.com/ see you next year!
Pocket Funk as heard on The Jon Hammond Show TV program on MNNTV and on Late Rent album – Behind The Beat http://behindthebeat.com/2004/12/jon-hammond-late-rent/ by Steve Rosenfeld “Jon Hammond says “the fingers are the singers.'” The latest CD from this exceptional and soulful Hammond organist is the proof. “Late Rent” draws on decades of great recording sessions and top live performances to showcase his own playing and many top jazz and funk artists. It shows why the Hammond organ is one of the most enduring electric instruments and why Hammond is one of its best players.”

Jazz vivant producteur délégué, André Francis, radio france inter, jon hammond, paris, Journal, September 7, 2012, Musikmesse, Frankfurt, Jazzkeller

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