Brandon Ridenour & Jeremy Jordan – Maxwell’s Silver Hammer


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An evening pause: Ridenour, on trumpet, arranged the song in the style of early jazz, which isn’t surprising because that’s exactly the stylistic roots of the song, as created by the Beatles.

Hat tip Danae.

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  • wayne

    Danae-
    excellent find! very nicely done.
    Mr. Z., –yes, you nailed that description quite well.

    There is a version by the Mona Lisa Twins, that has a distinct Post Modern Jukebox feel to it.

    pivoting—
    dissecting music into (some of) it’s constitute parts—

    The Beatles –
    Maxwell’s Silver Hammer
    –isolated electric guitar and moog synthesizer tracks-
    Abbey Road version 1969
    https://youtu.be/UQXD_G6RI3k?t=37
    3:28

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