[LAU] OT: From the archives, on the Hammond

Carlos sanchiavedraz csanchezgs at gmail.com
Tue Aug 13 13:02:46 UTC 2013

2013/8/11 Ken Restivo <ken at restivo.org>:
> On Sun, Aug 11, 2013 at 08:31:36AM +0200, Julien Claassen wrote:
>> Morning Ken!
>>   Hm, I like those. I suspected something different from "Just the
>> Tip", judging by the advertisement. :-) Still, a nice slow piece.
>> Was that a real Hammond or already Beatrix. I know, you said no
>> Linux, but you might have referred to the recording there.
> That is the Boom Boom Room's beat-up 1950's-era Hammond all the way.
>>   Scuffin' up the Walls, is a different matter entirely. It has an
>> infectious groove. I love those funk influenced tracks. Not sure, if
>> this can be counted as pure funk. The Hammond here is a fantastic
>> addition. Interesting choice to have it mainly as the chord
>> instrument and the guitar almost entirely for the higher register,
>> taking care of the melody and other screaming and whining duties.
>> This song gets me!
>>   Thanks for sharing those, may the be Linux related or not, they
>> are good music!
> I'm glad you like! I'm sad that the band broke up before getting a really good clean recording (and performance!) of those songs.
> I realized that was the show where I screwed up the vocals on the chorus. Thom had in a rehearsal a day or two before changed the lyric to "got my soul in stone", but I was still singing it as "got my soul in chains" which was the first draft. You can hear him singing "STONE" loudly over me, as if to remind me of the new lyric... guess I coudn't hear him, sorry Thom.
> -ken
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Both tunes sound really great, you can't stop swinging to the rhythm.
I would love to see you live at least one night (it's a long way to
S.F and now I suppose there'll be no more).

The recordings, I guess ambient, were they recorded with some Zoom
recorder or alike and then some EQ?

Carlos sanchiavedraz
* Musix GNU+Linux

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