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  1. Seagoon: You ask me why I only play my organ whilst travelling at speed - or faster - well, I didn't want people to copy my technique - I didn't like them looking over my shoulder - so the answer was, keep moving. Moriarty: You are brilliant - you're the cleverest idiot I have met. Seagoon: Then you haven't met the man who pumps the organ - Eccles?
  2. Sep 29,  · A $ million renovation brings the Albee Wurlitzer Organ to the Music Hall Ballroom. Visit country.shagoresamumkathridred.infoinfo for more.
  3. Dec 13,  · I always thought that little Beck ditty used the intro groove from an older Eddie Harris cut. "Live Right Now" sounds right, but I honestly can't remember any of the titles. "Old" Eddie Harris cuts (like many tunes of that crossover era) featured a ton of Wurlitzer. Jodie Christian might have played on a bunch of those.
  4. Eddie Layton (born October 10, , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - died December 26, , Forest Hills, New York, USA) was an American organist and composer. After the Second World War he wrote music for television soap operas and recorded 27 albums of organ music.
  5. Sep 17,  · Shot in high definition, this video features interviews with three men integral to the longevity of the theater organ as they explain the history and significance of the Mighty Wurlitzer.
  6. The Rudolph Wurlitzer Company, usually referred to as simply Wurlitzer, is an American company started in Cincinnati in by German immigrant (Franz) Rudolph Wurlitzer. The company initially imported stringed, woodwind and brass instruments from Germany for resale in the United country.shagoresamumkathridred.infoinfoarters: Cincinnati, Ohio and North .
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