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Tony Fenelon, Neil Jensen, John Atwell, David Johnston , Ray Thornley - Five Alive: Premiere Recording On The Capri Theatre Pipe Organ flac album

Tony Fenelon, Neil Jensen, John Atwell, David Johnston , Ray Thornley - Five Alive: Premiere Recording On The Capri Theatre Pipe Organ flac album
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Five Alive: Premiere Recording On The Capri Theatre Pipe Organ
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Tony Fenelon
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Tony Fenelon, Neil Jensen, John Atwell, David Johnston (7), Ray Thornley - Five Alive: Premiere Recording On The Capri Theatre Pipe Organ ‎(LP, Album). Tony Fenelon, Ray Thornley. Tony Fenelon, Ray Thornley - Black & White (Album).

Five Alive: Premiere Recording On The Capri Theatre Pipe Organ – Tony Fenelon, Neil Jensen, John Atwell, David Johnston, Ray Thornley. LP. Pop, Stage & Screen. Rare 1985 Australian Pressing of Five Alive: Premiere Recording On The Capri Theatre Pipe Organ by Tony Fenelon, Neil Jensen, John Atwell, David Johnston, Ray Thornley

An organ stop (or just stop) is a component of a pipe organ that admits pressurized air (known as wind) to a set of organ pipes. Its name comes from the fact that stops can be used selectively by the organist; each can be "on" (admitting the passage of air to certain pipes), or "off" (stopping the passage of air to certain pipes). The term can also refer to the control that operates this mechanism, commonly called a stop tab, stop knob, or drawknob.

Redirected from Theatre Organ). A theatre organ (also known as a theater organ, or a cinema organ) is a distinct type of pipe organ originally developed to provide music and sound effects to accompany silent films during the first 3 decades of the 20th century. Theatre organs are usually identified by the distinctive horseshoe-shaped arrangement of stop tabs (tongue-shaped switches) above and around the instrument's keyboards on their consoles.

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Tracklist

A1 Anything Goes 2:00
A2 Georgia On My Mind 4:08
A3 Crazy Rhythm 2:08
A4 Taming The Tenor 3:34
A5 Wind Beneath My Wings 4:02
A6 The Syncopated Clock 3:28
A7 When Love Is Gone (Theme From Bilitis) 3:20
A8 Fame 4:12
B1 Mack & Mabel Overture (Inc. I Won't Send Roses) 7:23
B2 Le Jazz Hot 3:54
B3 Here, There & Everywhere 4:22
B4 The Match Parade 2:58
B5 Nobody Does It Better 3:40
B6 On A Clear Day 2:40

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Wayne Bertram
  • Recorded At – Capri Theatre, Goodwood, South Australia
  • Lacquer Cut At – EMI Studios 301

Credits

  • Cover, Artwork By, Photography By – John Thiele
  • Organ – David Johnston (tracks: A6, B1), John Atwell (tracks: A3, A5, B4), Neil Jensen (tracks: A2, B2, B5), Ray Thornley (tracks: A4, A8, B3), Tony Fenelon (tracks: A1, A7, B6)
  • Organ [Tuning] – Richard Larritt
  • Production Manager, Design, Recorded By – Wayne Bertram

Notes

Recorded February, March & April 1985