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VIDEO / DVD: Frans Elsen Septet: and#39;Norway,and#39; 1972 and and#39;73

One of the earliest jazz uses of the Fender Rhodes electric piano was in 1968, when Herbie Hancock played it on Miles Davis’s Miles in the Sky. He may have come to the instrument through the Columbia record label. CBS bought the Fender Rhodes company in 1965. By the early 1970s, the keyboard was ubiquitous, especially among emerging fusion players, including Chick Corea, Joe Zawinul, George Duke, Joe Sample and others…

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