Jul 10, 2013
The Japan Times
Nothing beats a Hammond B3
This month started with a trip to Cotton Club in Tokyo's Marunouchi district to see the trio Aquapit play a gig to promote their new album "Orange."
The Jazz Diaspora: Beauties On The Beast
The fact that the Hammond organ was invented by a man that claimed he couldn't play an instrument nor "even carry a tune" is a bit surprising.
All About Jazz
General Music Industry: Shirley Scott + Kenny Burrell
In February 1964—smack in the middle of two recording sessions with then husband and tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine—organist Shirley Scott recorded with guitarist Kenny Burrell.
National Public Radio
Shirley Scott On Piano Jazz
In this Piano Jazz episode recorded in 1992, we remember the remarkable talents of Shirley Scott , the "Queen of the Organ," as she solos on "Skylark" and joins host Marian McPartland for a piano duet of "In a Mellow Tone." Shirley Scott was born in Philadelphia in 1934.