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    Main difference?

    What's the main difference, concerning the sound, between the Fender Rhodes and the Wurlitzer 200A piano?
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    Wurlitzer or Fender?

    Wurlitzer or Fender Rhodes - that's the question.
    Wurlitzer look here: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wurlitzer_Electric_Piano
    Fender Rhodes look here: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fender_Rhodes
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    Zombie?

    Show it! Fritz wants to know. From Switzerland. No Zombies here at all.
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    You're right. But i am so excited... Gruss nach...

    You're right. But i am so excited... Gruss nach Deutschland, die Grenzen sind wieder frei: Fritz
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    Doors: Riders on the storm

    Fender Rhodes sounds color the dark mood of a night ride and add hypnotic effects of dripping raindrops. Ear cinema. A song for eternity.
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    Beatles, Don't let me down, 1969

    The most famous Fender Rhodes tune? The whole song is seasoned by Billy Preston. "I'm in love for the first time, don't you know it's gonna last..."
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    Timmy Thomas, Why Can't We Live Together, 1979, TK France, 508654

    Here you have the 1972 funky live version with big orchestra and fat horns. And a rap in JB style!
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    Deodato, Carly & Carole, 1973

    One of Deodato's best solos played on the Fender Rhodes. Dedicated to Carly Simon and Carole King. Plus a fantastic guitar solo by Jay Berliner followed by a fine flute solo by Hubert Laws. Another...
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    Wurlitzer "Live at the Club"

    Warm vibraphone-similar sound: the Wurlitzer played by Joe Zawinul in the original version of "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" from 1966 LP "Cannonball Adderley Quintet, Live at the Club". In subsequent live...
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    Bo Hansson, The Sun, 1973

    A hypnotic atmosphere by the Fender Rhodes similar to the Door's "Riders on the storm". From 1973 LP "Magician's Hat" by Bo Hansson.
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    Carole King, One To One, 1981, Atlantic Germany, ATL K 50880

    Reese Wynans plays Fender Rhodes on 5 tracks. Cool sounds, especially together with a laid back guitar solo by Eric Jonson in the outro of "Golden man" A5.
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    Don Airey

    Deep Purple: "Blood from a stone" from the 2013 "Now What"-Album. Perfectly produced by Bob Ezrin.
    It's an hommage to the Doors' "Riders on the storm".
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