When was the last time there was 12 people at a Pink Floyd show? Yeah, probably when this video right here was filmed. The sound is ok, but the editing is spectacular! There’s even some wacky British dude talking about them at the end of the clip. He looks kind of familiar…
This one came in from my friend Bunny Day.
I love MCD forever. Here’s a song about iggy.
Scouring through dozens of Hentchmen videos, I found this rare gem. Check out the classic red Farfisa Compact Combo.
Check out this great performance by Charles Bradley backed up by The Menahan Street Band at The Leedervile Hotel in Perth, Australia. “Just carve yourselves a corner of the floor to set up boys, the kids will dig it.” Hells yeah they will. I am so stealing that to the sky, drop to the knees move from you Charlie! I’m pretty sure that I spy the Budos Band Farfisa in the background.
You probably know Tara Busch from her famously singing Somewhere Over The Rainbow backwards or her ridiculously awesome analogsuicide blog. Here is a great video where she is playing her Farfisa Compact Combo Deluxe through a Moogerfooger Low Pass Filter, something that I have been known to do, just not as well!
Check out Paul’s sexy new Farfisa and his sensitive man music. Don’t worry, he also delves into the darker side with what he calls increasingly irritating sounds, although they sound better and better to me, so I don’t know what to say about that!
Seriously though, this is one hell of a great video if you didn’t get that from the title. There is like math and and science and history and stuff, and super extra awesome bonus points for including the cat!
I always wondered if you could play a Farfisa Accordian like an organ. It seems like you can from this dark and freaky movie from DottyHarry. OK, now I need to seriously start looking at those when the pop up on craigslist. I bet they weight as much as a mini compact though!
An awesome rendition of Pink Floyd’s Echoes played by a wonderful gent on the youtubes. He has a great sounding set up, and a great knowledge of the Duo!
Currently one of my favorite bands, The Black Angels, came through town and I had the pleasure of seeing them for the second time. Not only did they have a Farfisa Compact Duo on stage, but their utility man had a little Rheem organ also. You have got to love the dueling combo organs on stage!
Next time, please headline, I want to see you play for hours, not open up for bands that can not follow your incredible performances!