Posted by drseanjackson on October 21, 2011 in Uncategorized.
What a performance thanks for posting Sean! 🙂
That was terrific. I finally was able to play the music and move around in it.
I won’t feel like such a dummy anymore. Also I can save it and play when ever I want.
Looks like an Aeolian Skinner organ or an EM Skinner? Am I correct?? Nice!!!
Thank you, Sean – really magnificent and inspiring!! I had vision of the Carillons on a sortie across a huge field, paralyzing the enemy with complex chords and snappy tunes, until they fell to dancing and turned their weapons into saxophones.
And what are those tabs or extra pedals and light bulbs above your foot pedals, on either side of the accelerator and brake?
I shall have my people order your CD posthaste when they get around to it….thanks again for your efforts and blessings.
Hard to hum to. But I love it. And you.
Thanks, Sean! That was fantastic!
This was wonderful !! Thank you for the “viewing” of the skill and technique that we tend to take for granted
when just meditating, musing to the richness of your talent.
Wow. I didn’t even know the pieces under your feet were moving keys! It is amazing how much you are doing at every moment to produce those wonderful sounds for us to enjoy. Thanks for adding inspiration to my morning!
Thanks Sean. A beautiful Birthday present for me:)- I really enjoyed this performance. Am glad the Series is continuing:)- Keep up the good work and God be praised.
Excellent performance, thank you for taking the time to share this. Paul. 🙂
Sean I really like your playing!! And congratulations for your new album!!!
Veri nice Sean !
Love your organ music and playing!
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