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Old 29.09.2004, 14:21
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Hi,
Pendulum has always been one of my favourite albums, one of the first i ever heard, and one of the reasons I love Hammond organs. "It's just a thought" is just sooo lovely..
But I've never found out who's really playing the organ on that album, is it John or somebody else?
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Old 29.09.2004, 14:43
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I think I found the answer myself, but please confirm if you know it...
Who played keyboard om concerts?

http://www.robertchristgau.com/xg/bk-aow/creedence.php
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Old 13.10.2004, 08:46
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Hey man, if you like the Hammond get your listening clamps on 'Booker T and the MG's' or Ray Manz from 'The Doors'.
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I had always heard that it was John playing the keyboards.
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Old 26.01.2005, 07:36
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I believe that Stu played all the organ and piano in pendulum, well that's what it says in their biography.
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Old 18.03.2005, 06:03
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john played the hammond organ, as said in the box set booklet.
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