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The Greg Hatza ORGANization - Snake Eyes


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Do you write?
You might not know but the blog section of The Hammond Jazz Inventory is open for anyone who has something to say about a topic related to Hammond Jazz, or Organ Jazz if you want. Do you have an article you want to have published, please let us know here.


Lonnie Smith - Turning Point

Dr. Lonnie Smith quote
I really was thinking Jimmy Smith but it just always came out different


Jimmy Smith - Monster

Are you on myspace?
If you or your band has an account on Myspace consider inviting us to be your friend over there. You can find us here on Myspace.


Pat Bianchi


Charles Earland - Pleasant Afternoon


Mel Brown B-3 Organ Quartet - Live At The Britt Festival


Larry Goldings - Caminhos Cruzados


Lou Donaldson - Good Gracious


Danny Gatton, Joey DeFrancesco - Relentless

Join the contest and win a CD (contest closed)

On the first of july 2009 we wrote the article below. By now, we have a winner. Patsy wrote us: YES, I DO KNOW THE NAME OF THE ARTIST, ITS VINCENT SINERI THE BADDEST CAT ON THE HAMMOND ORGAN. Sorry guys, contest is closed.

Have a look at the picture below. Most readers will probably recognize the man on the left. Yes, it's Brother Jack McDuff, responsible for a lot of music this site is all about. He must have been around 55 years old the time this picture was taken but since 2001 he's not with us anymore.

The question is: Who is the guy on the right? Hint: he is continuing the jazz organ tradition pretty well nowadays. Send us your answer through our contact page. Make sure to leave a valid email address so we can contact the first person with the right answer for his or her address. The organist on the right will then send a personally signed CD. Ain't that nice.

Tell us the name of the organist on the right. The first person with the right answer will win a personally signed CD.


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