This was my second theatre organ CD purchase several years ago (after "The Mighty Wurlitzer: Music for Movie Palace Organs"), and I fell in love with it right away! Of course, back then I was just learning about the theatre organ, so I was eager for material. The selections presented here are a good sampling of George's ability and repertoire.
WURLITZER MILITARY BAND ORGANS produce lively, enjoyable music of such great volume that they are sure to attract crowds. Built by Wurlitzer, who are renowned throughout the world as the foremost manufacturers of musical instruments, you are assured absolute dependability, and the latest improved features. This particular style Wurlitzer Military Band Organ has 44 keys, insuring a wide range of melody. OUTSIDE VISIBLE- 2 Drums and Cymbal mounted on brackets. INSIDE- 14 Wooden Piccolos; 14 Wooden Flageolets; 5 Open Basses; 14 Violin Pipes "Melody; 13 Wooden Trumpets; 9 Open Pipes in Accompaniment; 6 Stopped Pipes in Melody.
The Wurlitzer electronic piano, commonly called the Wurly, is an electric piano manufactured and marketed by Wurlitzer from the mid-1950s to the early 1980s. The sound is generated by striking a metal reed with a hammer, which induces an electric current in a pickup; although conceptually similar to the Rhodes piano, the sound is different.
Some of the tools I use in my studio are: Mark V Rhodes, Wurlitzer 200A, Farfisa Fast 3 organ, Kurzweil PC2, and the Korg MS-20. I want to work with you to create the best track possible. My aim is to satisfy your goal for the project. Great job. Highly recommended! Professional piano, rhodes, wurlitzer, organ, & synth.
Wurlitzer sounds from Blackpool's world famous Tower Ballroom. Showcasing the UK's finest classical and concert organs. Featuring classics for organ from Hull City Hall, York Minster and Town Hall, Birmingham. American theatre organ sounds from Ashley Miller, John Seng and Walt Strony. Featuring performances from New York's Radio City Music Hall and Mundelein, Illinois. The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down. New releases from Phil Kelsall, The Scott Brothers and Daniel Cook.
Keystone Encores is an album by Merl Saunders, Jerry Garcia, John Kahn, and Bill Vitt. It was recorded live at the Keystone in Berkeley, California, on July 10 and 11, 1973, and released on CD by Fantasy Records in 1988. It was also released, with additional tracks, as two separate LPs called Keystone Encores Volume I and Keystone Encores Volume II. Keystone Encores was the followup to Live at Keystone, a two-disc LP released in 1973 containing songs from the July 10 and 11 concerts.