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stop by sam brown


have you heard the keyboard break in this song sounds very jon lordish I know she did back ground vocals for him
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People playing on that song:


    Sam Brown – lead vocals; string arrangements
    Jakko Jakszyk – guitar
    Gavin Harrison – drums
    Ed Poole – bass guitar
    Kevin Malpass – Hammond organ; string arrangements
    Bob Andrews – Hammond organ solo
    Andy Price – 1st violin
    Mark Walton – 2nd violin
    Kate Musker – viola
    Peter Esswood – cello
    Vicki Brown – backing vocals
    Margo Buchanan – backing vocals
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Well, there you go. What a great lesson of humility. One of the finest Hammond solo I have ever heard. Who played it? Jon Lord, Keith Emerson, Billy Preston, Jimmy Smith, Rick Wakeman, Don Airey??? Nope. Bob Andrews! Bon who?? A guy nobody has ever heard of beats your best players on that song emoticon
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The world is full of session musicians we've never heard of who are probably all as good as our heroes emoticon

You can imagine in 1965 somebody saying "There you go, one of the finest guitar solos I have ever heard. Who played it? Chuck Berry? Hank Marvin? Nope, Ritchie Blackmore. Ritchie who??? emoticon

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"Music, shorn of labels and standing alone, when it is conceived, composed and performed with love and integrity, can elevate us all."
Jon Lord 1941 - 2012
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