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Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood - Out Louder


Orghammogram focus

Listen to some music
There is no better way to get to know new music then by listening to it yourself. Go to our music sample page and get inspired.


Greg Skaff - Blues For Mr. T

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


Hank Marr - Blues'n And Cruisin'

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


Lou Bennett - Live At Club St, Germain


John McLaughin - After The Rain


B-Trio Plus! - Side Seeing


Brian Auger - Live Oblivion, Volume 1


Bobby Pierce - Introducing Bobby Pierce


Joey DeFrancecso - Live At The 5 Spot

Orghammograms improved

We are happy to announce that our famous orghammograms are improved and are now more tightly integrated as a browsing aid in The Hammond Jazz Inventory. To start, orghammograms are now more easily accessible from the starting profile section on every musician detail page. Orghammograms used to open in a new window thus separating you from the rest of The Hammond Jazz Inventory. Now they open in the same window and have a menu with command buttons above them that enable you to navigate through the site. It's very easy now to go to the musicians detail page from an orghammogram. See the picture.

A new menu

Also, if available, an orghammogram with another level of the same musician can be requested "in place". You can read more about more about orghammograns here or you might want to try a level 2 orghammograms for Tony Monaco and Larry Goldings or a level 1 orghammogram for George Benson to take a random pick. Remember that through the browse menu a thousands of orghammograms can be found.

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WHAT HAPPENED ??

Hi Taeke !! A couple of years ago I wrote to you about putting the name, and works of the GREAT N.W. organist of the 60's, Dave Lewis on your website. You told me that you new of him, and would add him to your historical list once you found the time. WELL-- I still don.t find him there.???
Please tell me, and his family-- WHAT HAPPENED ??? Thanks Jeff

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