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@icenine2 !

 

Leslie Organ

 

Evil Woman! --

 

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post #2117 of 2255

Thanks Clayton!  Oh man I love Leslie organ!  I've got to pickup this one.

post #2118 of 2255

Clayton..........nice carbon fiber arm..........

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I saw Delaney and Bonnie in concert back in the early 70s and they had a Leslie Organ (I may have told you that). My mother kept saying, "What is that thing spinning in that speaker?" They had taped it and broadcast the concert later.

 

The Doppler Effect in a music instrument. I wonder if you and I are the only ones on Head-Fi that are aware of this. Nah.

 

George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Delaney & Bonnie...

 

post #2120 of 2255

We had a local band play at my Jr. High back in the 70's that had That organ. It was a cool effect and the spinning horn was very interesting.

post #2121 of 2255

1000

 

 

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Originally Posted by Icenine2 View Post

Thanks Clayton!  Oh man I love Leslie organ!  I've got to pickup this one.

 

Don't forget about Goldy McJohn of Steppenwolf fame and his Hammond B-3/Leslie Tone Cabinet combo. The first album is due to be released by Analogue Productions on SACD in February. Should sound awesome using the LF and probably even better with the LF MKII.

post #2122 of 2255

And Santana -- Mother's Daughter.

I bet the LF could just spin notes around this.

I've got to listen to some old Santana on the LF.

 

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The Decimator
Spinning Wall of Leslie Death

post #2123 of 2255
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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post

And Santana -- Mother's Daughter.

I bet the LF could just spin notes around this.

I've got to listen to some old Santana on the LF.

 

700

 

The Decimator
Spinning Wall of Leslie Death

 

One last post on the Hammond/Leslie, listening through an LF of course. With the possible exception of Lee Michaels, who made a career out of using a B-3 and numerous Leslie Tone Cabinets, Felix Cavaliere's, of the Young Rascals, cover of Pickett's "In the Midnight Hour", has the most gorgeous "Leslieized" organ solo this classic rock aficionado can recall.

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Originally Posted by Dr. Roberts View Post

One last post on the Hammond/Leslie, listening through an LF of course. With the possible exception of Lee Michaels, who made a career out of using a B-3 and numerous Leslie Tone Cabinets, Felix Cavaliere's, of the Young Rascals, cover of Pickett's "In the Midnight Hour", has the most gorgeous "Leslieized" organ solo this classic rock aficionado can recall.

And one last post about the Hammond/Leslie from me, too. Lee Michaels used to rehearse in a studio that was next to the Record Store I worked. We shared the same wall. He and Frosty were LOUD! So loud that we couldn't play our music in the store when he rehearsed--which was absolutely fine. He would walk in and ask me for the keys to rehearsal studio (it was owned by my boss).

 

I'm glad the LF has brought out an interest in all kinds of music. Especially classic rock. All types of music sound incredible on the LF which could sometimes sound so-so on another's.

 

Happy New Year, Everyone!!!

post #2125 of 2255

Clayton,

 

Happy New Year as well!

 

Cool about the Lee Michaels next door.

post #2126 of 2255

That's pretty cool Clayton!

post #2127 of 2255

The revised LF needs to be released already!

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The revised LF needs to be released already!


Take a pill and calm down or something.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/644924/cavalli-audio-to-keep-everyone-informed

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The revised LF needs to be released already!

Buy mine. I guarantee it will keep you occupied until then wink.gif
post #2130 of 2255

Nice try wink_face.gif

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