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    New George Duke / Greg Phillinganes Trilian video

    Hi Guys,

    Just posted new "The Face" video from the fantastic live session with George Duke & Greg Phillinganes! http://bit.ly/cyijvt

    Enjoy! :-)

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    So nice...

    I can see why Greg made "The Face" !!

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    Re: New George Duke / Greg Phillinganes Trilian video

    o.k. now it's final. I don't understand Jazz.
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    Re: New George Duke / Greg Phillinganes Trilian video

    Ah-wonderful. What a treat. Those three have more talent in one finger than I'll ever have in a my entire body in a lifetime. Thanks, Eric; what a joy to watch them play and to listen to their music.

    So that's what a Wurlitzer looks like. Been around a long time and owned a few Rhodes over the years, but never played a Wurlitzer except via software. That one looks to be in excellent shape for an instrument that's more than 30 years old. Cheers................frank
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    Thank you Eric. Those videos are very inspiring.

    In response to playz123: That IS a very nice Wurlitzer. Back in the 70s I lugged around the suitcase model with the screw-in metal legs. Those keys were weighted action for sure. Playing those early EPs gave you those strong 'Popeye' forearms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrChopz View Post
    Thank you Eric. Those videos are very inspiring.

    In response to playz123: That IS a very nice Wurlitzer. Back in the 70s I lugged around the suitcase model with the screw-in metal legs. Those keys were weighted action for sure. Playing those early EPs gave you those strong 'Popeye' forearms.

    That brings back memories. I played in a band in Boston with a keyboard player who had a Wurlitzer and a B3. Everyone scrambled at the end of the night cause the last ones leaving had to help him.

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    ARTIST VIDEOS - We just posted the "Old Skool Boogie Oogie" video - one of my favorite jams from our George Duke & Greg Phillinganes session.

    The playing here is just insane. Once again, no rehearsal, edits or retakes....this is the real deal! Make sure to watch through to the ending too....it gets kinda nuts. :-)

    http://bit.ly/cyijvt

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    I'm almost speechless. This certainly is a perfect time to use one of the most popular words in the English language these days...i.e "Awesome!" All three musicians are absolute masters of their craft, and the level of their skills is not only far beyond my own, but almost beyond my comprehension. Thanks so much for another superb video, Eric.................frank
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    insane, the playing is amazing...thanks for sharing!
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