Gertrude E. "Trudy" Pitts (August 10, 1932 – December 19, 2010) was an American soul jazz keyboardist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was known primarily for playing the Hammond B3 organ. Trained as a musician and a music educator, Pitts studied at the Philadelphia Musical Academy, Temple University and Juilliard, as well as other institutions. Early work experience included a position as an assistant to the pianist in the Tony Award-winning musical Raisin.
Trudy Pitts & TC III - Christmas Time (Feat. Trudy Pitts & & Mr C's' Children & Grandchildren). Mr. C, Trudy Pitts Trio - When Lights Are Low. album: Live at the Great American Music Hall. Rusty Cold - Top Down (feat.
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As a companion piece to their first live album, Destroy Terrastock -Live, the Great American Music Hall set contains two tracks rarely performed live, Rainbowmaker, from 1998's studio album, Smoke Ghost and 4D, from 1996's studio album, Far Out, both of which are sung by Nick Kramer. We present this release on November 5th, 2017, the 20th anniversary of that show in San Francisco. This mini-album was recorded straight to DAT from the soundboard at San Francisco's Great American Music Hall on November 5th, 1997 during Tadpoles' West Coast tour. Due to the limitations of a soundboard stereo recording, there are audible imperfections, however this is great representation of the more direct and raw sound of the Tadpoles live during that era and tour.
Trudy Pitts (August 10, 1932 – December 19, 2010), born Gertrude E. Pitts, was an American soul jazz keyboardist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Now, Cooder has released a live album in collaboration with Corridos Famosos: Live In San Francisco, recorded at the Great American Music Hall.
|1||Feelin' It @ GAMH|
|2||When Lights Are|
|7||Make Someone Happy|
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