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Jon Hammond Band | Facebook Facebook Videos #WATCHMOVIE HERE: Frankfurt Jazzkeller: Train Song 30th Year Musikmesse Warm Up Party Jon's archive Views 269 #269 Youtube 104 views #104 Jon Hammond original composition "Train Song" performed at Jon's annual musikmesse Warm Up Party in the world famous jazzkeller Frankfurt - Jon Hammond Band: Giovanni Totò Gulino drums, Peter Klohmann tenor saxophone, Joe Berger guitar, Jon Hammond Sk1 Hammond organ - special thanks to Frank Poehl for operating the camera - ©JH INTL ASCAP Publishing JON HAMMOND International Producer Jon Hammond Language English Usage Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Topics Train, Song, Hammond organ, Warm Up Party, Jon Hammond, jazzkeller, Frankfurt, Jazz, musikmesse, Peter Klohmann, Giovanni Totò Gulino, Joe Berger, ASCAP Composer H.264 download download 1 file MPEG4 download download 1 file OGG VIDEO download download 1 file TORRENT Jon's archive Views 560 #560 Youtube 2,955 views #2955 TONY LAKATOS-tenor sax HEINZ LICHIUS-drums JOE BERGER-guitar JON HAMMOND-XB-2 Organ/Bass *at JAZZKELLER Frankfurt Special Thanks Eugen Hahn jazzkeller Get Back in The Groove composed by Jon Hammond ©JH INTL Jon Hammond International ASCAP Jon's archive Views 643 #643 Youtube 3,226 views #3226 Rare Footage from inside Jazz Kneipe Frankfurt! I played 207 gigs in the famous JAZZ KNEIPE Frankfurt at Berlinerstr. 70 until Regina the boss finally closed the doors and moved to Spain a few years ago, usually in Duo, sometimes as Trio but more often than not as Solo. This was a special occasion because my bandmates from California came over so I had them on the gig with addition of Sgt. Al Wittig of U.S. Air Force on tenor, James Preston of Sons of Champlin band drums, Barry Finnerty gtr., myself Jon Hammond at XB-2 Hammond organ. This was a very special place frequented by all the musicians after there gigs. A 5 hour gig until wee hours of the morning, Live Music 7 days a week in rotation with musicians like Piano George, Izio Gross, Wilson de Oliveira and members of HR Bigband. Regina introduced me to Tony Lakatos the Hungarian tenor saxophonist who I play with still today. The club was not large but it had a great atmosphere and was always a safe place to hang out until as late as 5AM. Sadly the Jazz Kneipe is still shuttered there on Berlinerstr. directly behind the Frankfurter Hof Hotel. All musicians tip their hat when they pass by. There's a lot of music in those walls! Jon Hammond Band original composition "Head Phone" with Atilla Zoller (RIP) in the house that night. ©)JHIntl. Jon Hammond International Facebook video Usage Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Topics Jazz Kneipe, Head Phone, Funky, Hammond Artist, Jon Hammond, Frankfurt, Al Wittig, James Preston, ASCAP, KYOU Radio Musikmesse Jon's archive Yachtklub Life James Wes Opener Jon Hammond Band - Hans Romanov Presents Peter Klohmann tenor saxo Joe Berger guitar Giovanni Totò Gulino drums Jon Hammond Sk1 Hammond organ & bass Video Tino Pavlis Audio Johannes Napp, Silvio Cappucci On the Main River - Frankfurt am Main Youtube Vimeo Facebook video funky jazz Tuesday, April 5 at 9 PM Musikmesse Warm Up Party celebrating 30 years Best Party of The Year! Jon Hammond’s annual musikmesse Warm Up Party in jazzkeller Tuesday April 5th 2016 celebrating 30 years Jon Hammond’s annual musikmesse Warm Up Party in jazzkeller Tuesday April 5th 2016 celebrating 30 years Jon's archive Jon Hammond – organ Joe Berger – guitar Peter Klohmann – saxophone Giovanni Totò Gulino – drums Mr. Hammond has toured worldwide since 1991 using the incredible Sk1 organ by Hammond Suzuki..™ “Classic Hammond Sound…In A Suitcase!” The Jon Hammond Show is a funky swinging instrumental revue, featuring top international soloists. The show has universal appeal. Big Hammond orgel sound – 100% organic "Werden Sie im Jazzkeller wieder eine Hammond Orgel spielen? Ja, sicher, das neueste Modell, eine Sk1, die exakt so klingt wie die legendäre B3. Ich liebe sie. Und sie wiegt nur noch sieben Kilo (Anm. des Autors: Das Original, ein echtes Möbel mit viel Holz, mussten immer zwei Menschen mit viel Muskelkraft die Treppen rauf und runter hieven), ein deutliches Indiz, dass wir in der Zukunft angekommen sind. Da stecken viele Jahre Forschung und Entwicklung drin, auch Bühnenerprobungen. Ich ziehe den Hut vor den Ingenieuren von Suzuki, ein unverwüstliches Instrument erschaffen zu haben. Und das unterziehe ich jetzt einen echten Härttest (lacht)." Interview: Detlef Kinsler Web: / photo by Lawrence Gay co-producer of West Coast Live Radio Program Jon's archive Preview of Jon Hammond Show broadcast for 03/19 editEdit by Jon Hammond Published March 14, 2016 Usage Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Topics Lutz Büchner, NDR-bigband, Horns, Auster Bar, Jon Hammond Band, NDR SESSIONS Projekt, Hamburg, #CableTV #HammondOrgan #CNNiReport Remembering our good friend Lutz Büchner on this broadcast! Jon Hammond Show preview broadcast - first segment: Lutz Büchner​ - first solo up: Lutz! Pocket Funk With NDR Horns Auster Jazz Filmed in High Definition by Jon Hammond As Seen On MNN TV Manhattan Neighborhood Network​ The Jon Hammond Show - Filmed in High Definition - Pocket Funk with NDR Horns - Jon Hammond Band special Auster Bar​ Jazz Series - musical director Michael Leuschner trumpet, Lutz Büchner tenor saxophone, Fiete Felsch alto saxophone, Funky Heinz Lichius drums feature on this one, Joe Berger guitar, Jon Hammond organ + bass special thanks dankeschön to Knut Simon and Lukas Aaron Hambrecht AutoBild Redaktion Team for bringing the Borgward, Nicolai Ditsch for operating the camera (also a fine drummer) and all the Hamburg people who came to this party session, Auster Bar Team Frank Blume & Torsten Wendt - support from Musik Rotthoff​, Joe Berger is playing Futhark Guitars, Jon Hammond the Sk1 Hammond manufactured by Suzuki Musical Instruments - Auster Bar Hamburg Eimsbüttel - Jon Hammond Organ Group - next segment filmed in Asbury Park, NJ, The Stone Pony — Monday November 16, 1987: Howard Stern on his morning show on WXRK K-Rock 92.3 FM repeatedly asking Steve Luongo “Who is this Joe Berger?” Jon Hammond: I was there in the station with my Sony D-7 recorder, Luongo kept dodging the question saying “Oh we can’t talk about him right now.” That only inflamed Howard’s curiosity even more. The truth of the story is that Joe Berger is the man who not only introduced John Entwistle to Rat Race Choir band which was already dysfunctional, he convinced John to come to Chicago Summer The NAMM Show in 1987 to play a set with them at the Vic Theatre with a little bit of help from myself Jon Hammond as documentarian for my cable TV program on MCTV – John Entwistle was already a long-time friend of Joe Berger and we filmed him doing an epic jam in Frankfurt Germany together with Zak Starkey on drums, Joe Berger guitar, John Entwistle bass and special guests Jack Bruce, Steve Stevens at the Soundcheck party in Dorian Gray nightclub inside the Frankfurt Airport on the night of February 2, 1987 musikmesse Party as seen on my TV show The Jon Hammond Show. Fast forward to November ’87, here we are at The Stone Pony Joe Berger is at the mixing console, I am filming (Jon Hammond) with a special Sony industrial camera GCS-1 like film, I went all over the world with my GCS-1 cameras documenting musical history for cable access broadcast, we are now in our 33rd year on MNN TV Channel 1 Manhattan Neighborhood Network and streaming worldwide. It’s time to set the record straight on who Joe Berger2 is and how he put John Entwistle together with this group which was already broken up and somehow between Joe Berger and John Entwistle they managed to keep them together enough to play a short tour, even though they were fighting like babies off the stage (also on camera but I prefer not to show it) Mark Hitt did a fantastic job on the guitar, Jack Hotop keyboards also outstanding, Steve Luongo played drums and was self-appointed tour manager which caused a lot of problems in my humble opinion – Dave Chmela vocalist and Luongo are not even on speaking terms, a lot of things went wrong but this documentary footage was early in the tour – the answer to Howard Stern’s question “Who is this Joe Berger” is right here folks! Rock ’n Roll history, Bill Curbishly attended the K-Rock Blood Drive gig that kicked it off at The Bottom Line, after reporting back to Pete Townshend about the gigs with John Entwistle and Rat Race Choir thanks to Joe Berger, Pete Townshend sent a telegram to John Entwistle​, John told me that Peter said for him to stop playing with the American blokes or there would never be a Who reunion. A few weeks later The Who John Entwistle, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltry went in to rehearsals and a subsequent reunion tour after a period of being on non-speaking terms. So thanks to Joe Berger​ and in part myself after we brought the films to England and delivered them to John Entwistle at his London house from the Vic Theatre gig and Dorian Gray Nightclub Frankfurt, John felt confident enough to fly over to New York and make the tour, this footage is directly out of my camera folks, enjoy it and keep the Spirit of the late great John Entwistle who very sadly passed away on June 27, 2002 in Las Vegas NV at the Hard Rock Hotel, RIP John Entwistle – sincerely, Jon Hammond​ - Next segment: Mike Vax Takes it Up an Octave at JEN 2016 Louisville Louisville, Kentucky! Producer Jon Hammond Language English Facebook video Preview of Jon Hammond Show broadcast for 03/19Jon Hammond Show preview broadcast - first segment: Lutz Büchner - first solo up: Lutz! The new NDR recording truck used to record Lutz Büchner feature with LaJazzO M-V Landesjugendorchester and plakatt's - Jon Hammond,lutzbuechner105.html Jazz ist spielerischer Umgang mit Musik NDR Bigband Saxofonist Lutz Büchner im Interview Lutz Büchner, Saxofon und Klarinette, hat sich mit 16 Jahren das Jazz-Virus eingefangen. Sie scheinen zu den Musikern zu gehören, die sich sehr geradlinig auf Jazz fokussieren. Oder trügt dieser Eindruck? Lutz Büchner: Das tut er nicht! Ich habe mit 16 angefangen, mich für Jazz zu begeistern. Damals wurde ich von meinen Eltern auf ein Konzert mitgenommen, und dann hat sich das so nach und nach ergeben. Ich habe angefangen, mir viele Platten zu kaufen und weil ich aus Bremen komme, hatte ich das Glück, dort eine ältere Generation von Jazz-Musikern kennenzulernen: Ed Kröger und Uli Beckerhoff zum Beispiel. Die konnten mir natürlich tolle Plattentipps geben, so dass ich damals Miles Davis rauf und runter gehört habe und so immer weiter eingestiegen bin. Sie scheinen zu den Musikern zu gehören, die sich sehr geradlinig auf Jazz fokussieren. Oder trügt dieser Eindruck? Lutz Büchner: Das tut er nicht! Ich habe mit 16 angefangen, mich für Jazz zu begeistern. Damals wurde ich von meinen Eltern auf ein Konzert mitgenommen, und dann hat sich das so nach und nach ergeben. Ich habe angefangen, mir viele Platten zu kaufen und weil ich aus Bremen komme, hatte ich das Glück, dort eine ältere Generation von Jazz-Musikern kennenzulernen: Ed Kröger und Uli Beckerhoff zum Beispiel. Die konnten mir natürlich tolle Plattentipps geben, so dass ich damals Miles Davis rauf und runter gehört habe und so immer weiter eingestiegen bin. Biografisches in Kürze Jahrgang 1968, aufgewachsen in Bremen. Lutz Büchner lebt heute in Hamburg. Instrumente: Saxofone, Klarinetten, Flöten Er studierte bei Herb Geller und spielte in den Bands von Joe Gallardo und der dänischen Drummer-Legende Alex Riel. Er war beteiligt bei Projekten mit Detlev Beier, Ed Kröger, Wolfgang Schlüter, Lucas Lindholm, beim hr, der WDR Big Band und dem Metropol Orchestra Amsterdam. Mit seinem eigenen Quartett nahm er die viel beachtete CD "Ring" mit Danny Gottlieb am Schlagzeug auf. Seit 1994 ist Lutz Büchner festes Mitglied der NDR Bigband. Was faszinierte Sie so am Jazz? Büchner: Ich glaube, einfach die Tatsache, dass da improvisiert wird. Ich hatte davor klassischen Klarinettenunterricht und bin da immer wieder an meine Grenzen gestoßen. Beispielsweise wenn ich im Unterricht Etüden vorspielen musste und irgendwo auf der zweiten Seite eine damals für mich noch anspruchsvolle Stelle kam - da habe ich dann schon lange vor dieser Stelle darüber nachgedacht, dass sie gleich kommt und dadurch total unkonzentriert gespielt. Durch den Jazz habe ich einen viel spielerischeren Umgang mit der Musik gefunden. Dadurch, dass ich improvisiere und mir selbst aussuchen kann, was ich wann spiele, finde ich viel besser in einen musikalischen Fluss. Das ist bis heute mein vorrangiges Ziel: ganz im Moment zu spielen. Was schätzen Sie an der Arbeit in der NDR Bigband? Büchner: Grundsätzlich die Herausforderung! Dadurch habe ich sehr viel gelernt, auch durch das Spielen mit unterschiedlichen Musikern, wenn wir Gäste haben. Und dann passiert es auch hin und wieder, dass wir mit Arrangeuren zusammenarbeiten dürfen, die uns als Solisten sehr gut im Blick haben, und dann in meinem Fall nicht einfach eine Stimme für das Zweite Tenorsaxofon schreiben, sondern für Lutz Büchner. Wenn das passiert, dann sind das wirklich die tollsten Konzerte, weil dann die eigentliche Stärke dieser Bigband zum Tragen kommt: ihre Solisten, die alle außerordentlich gut sind, dabei aber aus völlig unterschiedlichen stilistischen Richtungen kommen. Das gibt der Band erst ihre eigene Farbe. Würden Sie also die Arrangeure dazu einladen, sich von der NDR Bigband inspirieren zu lassen? Büchner: Dazu ein Beispiel: Einer von meinen Lieblingsarrangeuren ist Michael Gibbs, der sehr von Gil Evans geprägt ist, einem der wichtigsten Arrangeure im modernen Bigband-Jazz. Und der wiederum - so hat mir Michael Gibbs einmal erzählt - ist manchmal zu den Aufnahme-Sessions seiner Projekte gekommen und hatte lediglich Skizzen der Stücke dabei, keine fertigen Partituren. Stattdessen hat er mit der Band ausprobiert, wer worüber am besten spielen kann. Dann hat er die Musiker zum Kaffee-Trinken geschickt und das Arrangement fertiggeschrieben. Er hat sich also davon beeinflussen lassen, welche Farben die Solisten beisteuern können. Von dieser Arbeitsweise profitieren am Ende alle: Arrangeur, Musiker und nicht zuletzt das Publikum. Wie viele Ihrer Kollegen haben Sie der NDR Bigband ja auch schon eigene Kompositionen vorgelegt. Wie fühlt es sich an, auf einmal selbst in der Rolle des Arrangeurs zu sein? Büchner: Das ist auf jeden Fall etwas Besonderes! Ich bin nicht der allerschnellste Schreiber und habe also wochenlang am Klavier und am Computer gesessen und versucht, mir vorzustellen, wie das klingt, wenn die Bigband das Stück spielt. Und wenn die Musiker dann das umsetzen, was man sich so lange überlegt hat, ist das ganz toll, weil es immer viel wärmer und lebendiger klingt, als man sich das vorher hätte träumen lassen. Das ist unheimlich spannend, und dieser Moment, wenn die Aufnahmen dann fertig sind und man sie auch noch selbst gut findet, der ist wirklich einzigartig. Das Interview führte Jessica Schlage. AUDIO I Lutz Büchner, Saxofonist der NDR Bigband © NDR / L. Towns Fotograf: L. Towns 00:48 min Multiinstrumentalist aus Überzeugung Jedes Instrument, das Lutz Büchner verwendet, erfordert ein ganz eigenes Spiel. Die ganz unterschiedlichen Klangfarben machen gerade die Improvisation für ihn so reizvoll. Audio (00:48 min) Saturday, March 12, 2016: Folks, I am really in shock from hearing news of the unexpected and very sad death of my good friend Lutz Büchner! I really didn’t want to say it on the internet after receiving the horrible news in communications with our mutual good friend and fellow musician / bandmate Heinz Lichius. This is so hard to get my head around and accept it but I know it’s true that Lutz suffered a fatal heart attack while on tour in Tokyo Japan with his beloved NDR-bigband with Peter Erskine on the band - I can see Lutz’ smile and hear his voice and music in my mind like it was yesterday - and we spoke and played together so many times. So now I see the news releases are already out on the news FEEDS from the NDR, Hamburger Abendblatt etc. and a few too-early mentions on the Facebook, so I know it’s time to write a few words for those of you who might not know of Lutz Büchner, as follows: As Joe Gallardo the great trombonist and long-time colleague of Lutz’ said in email to me last night: “As you well know, Lutz was first of all a great human being and secondly, he was a masterful player. Lutz was my brother. We will all miss him.” - The very first time I met Lutz was in 1995 on a rainy night in Hamburg Eimsbüttel at the Thursday night weekly jazz session in Jazzclub Birdland - I had heard him the week before and pushed my Hammond organ on the wheels through the rain to the club and got there real early, Hr. Reichert the owner opened up the club and I was telling Mr. Reichert I came the week before but didn’t get to play so “early bird gets the worm...and maybe I’ll get to play with Lutz Büchner!” - well we did it and by good luck my friend Joris Dudli the great drummer was there - it was magic from the first hit. That’s where it started, I was living in Hamburg to play music and write tunes - like so many musicians following in the footsteps of The Beatles, by invitation of my sponsor Knut Benzner journalist moderator on the NDR. From then on together with main man Heinz Lichius drums who I had met just before when Heinz came over to meet me one afternoon - Heinz had recommended to check out Lutz, one of the finest rising musicians on the Hamburg scene. We had a lot of great times together on the bandstand and off from that time on - we played in Hamburg and his hometown of Bremen - turned out to be that Lutz was a real life jazz angel who saved my life at least twice, one time involving bringing me to the hospital / krankenhaus and translating to me what they were about to do to me - we escaped out the side door and the doctor came to our gig that night! I met Lutz’ Mom and Dad beautiful people when they came to hear us play in Bremen at Studio club April 7, 1998 - and most recently our last gigs together with my favorite musicians Michael Leuschner, (Heinz Lichius of course) “Fiete” Ernst-Friedrich Fiete Felsch NDR horn section brothers along with Joe Berger guitar, probably best gig of my life - Lutz was so happy to have found his love with his wife Bettina and he was always crazy about his son Asmus and his step daughters by Bettina, the happiest I have ever seen him, he glowed in the dark he had that much joy! -- Back in 2005 I had an idea, I said to my long-time girlfriend Jennifer: Lutz is one of the greatest saxophonists I ever heard, I want to feature him on a CD release, he could be making a great record every day! I couldn’t believe that he didn’t have any feature albums out at that point - so I discussed it with Knut Benzner and we all co-produced a recording session for this purpose in the famous Studio 1 at NDR, the NDR SESSIONS Projekt was born, with the addition of “Joe G” / Joe Gallardo on trombone and Heinz Lichius and myself, Rudolf Grosser at the controls big SSL console, we started playing in the morning and I played through the magic bass amp belonging to Lucas Lindholm - the boys took one long coffee break and other than that we recorded tunes all day long - I am so grateful that I’ll always have this recording date together with Lutz, of course later on Lutz came out with more records - but this one for me is my special keepsake that went down with the blessings of NDR with the help of Knut Benzner and Axel Dürr. So many stories I can tell you, but most importantly everybody loved Lutz, I know there are a lot of tears flowing now around Hamburg and Bremen, my heart goes out to Lutz’ Family, Friends and Musicians music brothers and sisters! The 2nd to the last time we played together, I hadn’t seen Lutz for a while and he told me about a real miracle of survival when he was driving on the autobahn with Bettina and the kinder all his happy Family in the car, I think there was ice on the road - a car slammed in to the back of his car demolishing the car, but Lutz’ horns were in the trunk - they all got crushed but it saved his Family! They were all shaken up but OK - the lucky star was shining over them, and even though Lutz is not with us physically anymore, his lucky star will always be shining - he was competely dedicated to the NDR-bigband family of musicians and his own Family - always a huge inspiration to me as a person and master musician, rest in peace my very special good friend Lutz Büchner - my deepest and most sincere condolences go out to Lutz’ Mom and Dad and Bettina and his son Asmus and step children by Bettina - all the folks who know and love Lutz, sincerely, Jon Hammond

L to R Michael Leuschner, Heinz Lichius, Lutz Büchner, Jon Hammond, 'Fiete' Ernst-Friedrich Fiete Felsch

L to R Joe Gallardo, Heinz Lichius, Jon Hammond, Lutz Büchner, 'Rudy' Rudolf Grosser - NDR SESSIONS Projekt

Regina Niteclub L to R (Barry Finnerty's guitar neck), Lutz Büchner tenor, Jon Hammond organ on Grosse Freiheit

Newessbar Hamburg Altona L to R Lutz Büchner, Heinz Lichius, Joe Berger, Jon Hammond, Olaf Gödecke
Foto by Gunther Zint in INDRA - L to R Joe Berger, Heinz Lichius, Lutz Büchner, Jon Hammond Special thanks to Nicolai Ditsch for shooting this film with Lutz!: Youtubes of every song we played in Auster Bar Hamburg going backwards Jon Hammond Band “Cooking at The Auster Bar” “Tribute to Cannonball - Mercy Mercy Mercy” “Tribute to Bobby Timmons - Moanin’ / Blues” “Late Rent - Them Song” “No X-Cess Baggage Blues” “Lydia’s Tune - Bossa Nova” “Pocket Funk” “Auster Blues and Jazz Facebook Algorithm, Rhythm and Blues, R&B, FB, #Algorithm #Facebook #MenloPark #JonHammond #HammondOrgan