Is this the greatest synth performance in the history of rock? This video captures a classic 1973 rock synth jam by the Edgar Winter Group, a live performance of the classic Frankenstein. With this performance, Edgar Winter proves that he does not discriminate when it comes to face-melting solos. First, he unleashes an epic stream… Read More Is This The Greatest Synth Performance In The History Of Rock?
While you’ve probably heard Winter’s Frankenstein dozens of times – you may not know much about the songs’ origin.… Read More The Story Of Edgar Winter’s Frankenstein
Hitler finds out Edgar Winter can play the synthesizer better than he can. was uploaded by: ivymike89
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Sunday Synth Jam: 10th grader Skylar Thomas joins the Frank Hannon Band to rock Edgar Winter‘s monster rock synth instrumental classic Frankenstein. All I can add is that there is hope for the future….
Rick Wakeman’s Jane Seymour Not a lot of keyboardists got away with wearing capes, even in the 70’s, but no one seemed to question it when Rick Wakeman cut loose.
Interesting factoid: the title Frankenstein has nothing to do with the electronic sounds used in the song – but comes from the fact that song was originally close to ten minutes long, and had to be pieced together from many different sections of recording tape to make it short enough to be released as the b-side to Hangin’ Around.… Read More Edgar Winter’s Frankenstein Monster Solo