[THEMATIC] Famous Keyboards Sounds In Rock History

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[THEMATIC] Famous Keyboards Sounds In Rock History

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[ROCK] [HISTORY]

 

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Electric Piano, Hammond, Rhodes, Clavinet, Mellotron, Moog, Synthesizer, all these famous keyboards have played a prominent role in the history of Rock. This handpicked playlist give some examples of how famous bands or artists used them to give an indelible colour to their songs.

 

30 songs - 2 h 11 min

 

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Good playlist, would have been great had there been Boston - they really did a wonderful big stadium sound with their music direction with the organ at the time, Rush - which they did a big music shift in direction with their 2112 release and onwards using the keys from the previous hard rock guitar focused sound, the song Tom Sawyer comes to mind, and even maybe Triumph which used the keys, and since I am on a prog rock kick here maybe even some Styx - the song Suite Madame Blue and even Kansas - Carry On Wayward Son, or even the earlier song Icarus (Born On Wings of Steel) which used the keys to great effect.

 

Just a few examples below, but then again I always have a tough time just picking out gems for single track artist playlists, and just end up creating artist discography playlists instead. :smileylol:

 

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