Playlist Of John Patton

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    Big John Patton – Minor Swing

    6:41

    from the Album: That Certain Feeling (1968)
    John Patton (og)
    Junior Cook (ts)
    Jimmy Ponder (g)
    Clifford Jarvis (dr)

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    John Patton – Ding Dong

    5:36

    from the Album: Understanding (1968)
    Harold Alexander (ts)
    Big John Patton (og)
    Hugh Walker (dr)
    composed by Harold Alexander

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    Big John Patton Funky Mama Live on BBC2

    7:55

    Legendary jazz organist Big John Patton live on BBC 2 in the 1990's.

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    BIG JOHN PATTON, Soul Woman

    7:43

    Second track from Patton's Got A Good Thing Goin' album, 1966. Blue Note Records.

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    John Patton - Spirit

    5:53

    from the Album Boogaloo (1968)
    Big John Patton (og)
    Vincent McEwan (tp)
    Harold Alexander (ts)
    George Edward Brown (dr)
    Richard Landrum (per)

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    BIG JOHN PATTON, Just 3/4

    6:52

    Final piece on The Way I Feel album. Recorded o june 19, 1964.
    Big John Patton - organ
    Richard Williams - trumpet
    Fred Jackson - baritone saxophone
    Grant Green - guitar
    Ben Dixon - drums

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    BIG JOHN PATTON, The Rock

    7:31

    Opening piece on The Way I Feel album. Recorded o june 19, 1964.
    Big John Patton - organ
    Richard Williams - trumpet
    Fred Jackson - tenor saxophone
    Grant Green - guitar
    Ben Dixon - drums

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    John Patton – Understanding

    6:54

    from the Album: Understanding (1968)
    Harold Alexander (ts)
    Big John Patton (og)
    Hugh Walker (dr)
    composed by Sam Gary & Mark Nash

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    Big John Patton - The Silver Meter

    5:42

    Big John Patton - The Silver Meter (B. Dixon), from the album 'Along Came John' (Blue Note, 1963)
    Fred Jackson, Harold Vick - tenor saxophones; Grant Green - guitar; John Patton - organ; Ben Dixon - drums.
    Produced by Alfred Lion. Recorded at Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ on April 5. 1963. Engineered by Rudy Van Gelder.

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    The Way I Feel - Tribute to Big John Patton

    5:25

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    Hot Sauce Big John Patton

    8:02

    This is Hot Sauce from Big John Patton's Blue John album recorded in 1961. Featured on this album are Tommy Turrentine, George Braithwaite,Grant Green,and Ben Dixon

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    Big John Patton,Org,,Ed Cherry,cht , in New York ,1995..

    4:51

    'Big' John Patton,Org,,4t Live, in New York ,1995..
    * Minor Swing *, Eric Alexander,sax..
    Ed Cherry,cht , Joe Farnsworth dr) Live at ''Smoke'' Club ..
    in New York City ,27^july,1995 , t.74' prv ,cd328..

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    Hammond bass lines - John Patton syncopation

    4:42

    Why is John Patton's approach to the Hammond organ so cool? Because his basslines are deceptively tricky and full of funky syncopation. organissimo's Jim Alfredson explains.

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    John Patton - The Turnaround

    6:52

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    John Patton - Dem Dirty Blues

    6:12

    from the Album: Blue John (1963)
    Tommy Turrentine (tp)
    George Braith (ss, stritch)
    Big John Patton (og)
    Grant Green (g)
    Ben Dixon (dr)

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    John Patton - Along Came John

    5:56

    from Along Came John

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    John Patton – Milk & Honey

    8:19

    from the Album: Boogaloo (1968/1995)
    Big John Patton (og)
    Harold Alexander (ts)
    Vincent McEwan (tp)
    George Edward Brown (dr)

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    BIG JOHN PATTON, The Yodel

    8:18

    First track from Patton's Got A Good Thing Goin' album, 1966.

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    Big John Patton - The Rock

    7:31

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    Big John Patton - Latona

    7:27

    Big John Patton - Latona, from the album 'Let 'Em Roll' (Blue Note, 1965). John Patton, organ; Grant Green, guitar; Bobby Hutcherson, vibes; Otis Candy Finch, drums.

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    BIG JOHN PATTON, Letem Roll

    6:49

    Opening title piece on Let'em Roll album. Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on December 11, 1965.
    John Patton, organ; Grant Green, guitar; Bobby Hutcherson, vibes; Otis Finch, drums.

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    Latona - John Patton

    6:59

    Latona (J. Patton) - originally peformed by Big John Patton from the Blue Note LP Let It Roll (1965)

    Jim Alfredson - Hammond organ
    Jim Cooper - vibraphone
    Randy Gelispie - drums
    Ralph Tope - guitar

    Engineered, mixed, and edited by Jim Alfredson

    (c) 2013 Big O Records

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    John Patton - Captain Nasty

    5:09

    John Patton - Accent on the Blues - Captain Nasty
    Blue Note, 1969

    Marvin Cabell - Tenor Sax, saxello, flute
    George Coleman - Tenor Sax
    James ''Blood'' Ulmer - Guitar
    John ''Big'' Patton - Organ
    Leroy Williams - Drums

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    John Patton: The Mandingo

    7:53

    From the Blue Note album Memphis to New York Spirit
    Composition by Marvin Cabell
    John Patton (organ) Marvin Cabell (flute, soprano sax, tenor sax) James 'Blood' Ulmer (guitar) Leroy Williams (drums)
    Produced by Francis Wolf
    Recorded by Rudy Van Gelder on 10/2/70 at the Van Gelder Studio, Engelwood Cliffs, New Jersey

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    John Patton – Early A.M.

    7:19

    from the Album: That Certain Feeling (1968)
    Big John Patton (og)
    Junior Cook (ts)
    Jimmy Ponder (g)
    Clifford Jarvis (dr)

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    John Patton - Memphis

    5:59

    from John Patton's album Memphis to New York Spirit

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    Big John Patton - Good Juice

    6:34

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    Ill Never Be Free by Big John Patton

    5:11

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    BIG JOHN PATTON, Amanda

    6:09

    Fifth track from Patton's Got A Good Thing Goin' album, 1966. Written by Duke Pearson.
    Blue Note Records.

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    The Silver Meter - Nord C1 Hammond B-3 Organ Clone Clavia

    5:00

    Here is my arrangement of 'The Silver Meter'. This 12 bar blues comes from the great organist Big John Patton's first record under his own name, 'Along Came John', released in 1963. The song was penned by the drummer on that record, Ben Dixon.

    The song is uncommon in the way it is composed as the melody line consists of just two notes, and the bass line is basically only one note on the root of the chord. On the original recording the melody is played in unison by two saxophones.

    Here are a few notes on my arrangement of The Silver Meter.

    About the bass line:
    To create tension and movement in the bass line I do two things.
    - I'm keeping the tonic with my left thumb (the C) even during the F (subdominant) and G (dominant) chords during melody and solo choruses.
    - I also use anticipation during the whole song, which means that I'm going to the next chord with my little finger one eight note ahead.

    I'm playing the bass line in octaves during the intro, those chorded rhythm choruses, and during the ending.

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    Intro: Fade in with the chorded rhythm.

    Chorus 1: Chorded rhythm chorus.

    Chorus 2: Melody chorus, played on the upper manual. I'm using the volume pedal.
    Chorus 3: Melody chorus repeated, but the bass line goes up one octave during the last two bars of the chorus.

    Six solo choruses follows, all played on the lower manual.

    Chorus 4: Solo. After the start I'm playing quarternote triplets, and then I'm using a pedal tone while playing the solo both over and under the pedal tone. The chorus ends by playing the note Bb off beat.

    Chorus 5: Solo. Repeating a phrase three times with variations, and keyboard 'thumps' in between. The same phrases in the high register, before going down in octaves. The chord in the end is a C7+9.

    Chorus 6: Solo. Chord rhythm to start with. Then I want to end the next part holding the note Bb, so I start the three note phrase higher up and play it 6 times, and every time one half step lower.

    Chorus 7: Solo. Two note rhythm with keyboard 'thumps'. I'm playing the same two notes through all 12 bars.

    Chorus 8: Solo. A variation of the chorus before. Calming down and getting ready for the next chorus.

    Chorus 9: Solo. A fast tremolo (machine gun) on the note C with Eb, F and G thrown in. Then a few very short grace notes before holding on to the high C for a while. Repeating a phrase two times octaving it downwards. The next riff is repeatead three times before ending on the dominant, and then the solo part ends with a short phrase to C.

    Chorus 9: Melody chorus.
    Chorus 10: Melody chorus repeated.

    Ending: Fade out with the chorded rhythm from the Intro.

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    The organ is a Clavia Nord C1 - a Hammond B-3 clonewheel organ.

    Nord C1 Registrations and Settings:
    Upper 18 0811 111. Vibrato V1. No Percussion.
    Lower 84 6000 000. Vibrato V1.
    Bass lower man. 60.
    Leslie simulator Stop position.
    Equalizer not used.
    Overdrive not used.
    Reverb Hall, Soft, 50%.
    Tonewheel mode Vintage 2 (high level of tonewheel crosstalk and cable leakage artefacts).

    The volume pedal (expression pedal) is an Yamaha FC7.

    The sound is recorded line out from the organ. No additional external effects, external amplifiers or speakers are used.
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    Understanding by Big John Patton

    7:06

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    John Patton - Funky Mama

    6:55

    Big John Patton (og)
    John Zorn (as)
    Pete Chavez (ts)
    Bill Saxton (ts)
    Ed Cherry (g)
    Eddie Gladden (dr)
    Lawrence Killian (perc)

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    John Patton - Soul Man

    6:14

    From the Album Understanding (1968)
    John Patton (og)
    Harold Alexander (ts)
    Hugh Walker (dr)
    composed by Isaac Hayes, & David Porter

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    John Patton: Footprints

    6:27

    From the Blue Note album Memphis to New York Spirit
    Composition by Wayne Shorter
    John Patton (organ) Marvin Cabell (flute, soprano sax, tenor sax) James 'Blood' Ulmer (guitar) Leroy Williams (drums)
    Produced by Francis Wolf
    Recorded by Rudy Van Gelder on 10/2/70 at the Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

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    Big John Patton - Soul Woman

    7:45

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    Alfies Theme by Big John Patton

    4:45

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    John Paul Patton KPR - Gear Interview - Klikklip

    3:09

    Beberapa waktu lalu Klikklip bikin Gear Interview bareng gitaris Kelompok Penerbang Roket, Rey Marshall.

    Gear Interview kali ini giliran mengulik peralatan yang dipakai sang pembetot bass, John Paul Patton alias Coki.

    Jangan lupa follow @penerbangroket di Twitter dan Instagram untuk update seputar gigs KPR.

    Kunjungi klikklip.com yang berisikan video performance, aftermovie, behind the scene dan interview dari musisi Indonesia.

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    BIG JOHN PATTON, The Shake

    7:47

    Fourth track from Patton's Got A Good Thing Goin' album, 1966. Blue Note Records.

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