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Eddie Baxter


  • Born 23 November 1922, Colorado
  • Died 21 August 1998, Mission Viejo, California

    The swingin'-est organist to record for Dot in the 1960s. Baxter was born in Colorado, but grew up in Los Angeles, where he began performing professionally in his late teens. He played with Glen Gray and Frank Masters toward the tail end of the big band era, then settled into the studio system, where he worked as "musical director" (translation: one-man live studio orchestra) for a variety of day-time game shows. He also played in nightclubs in Las Vegas and the L.A. area.


    Recordings (Courtesy of Dave Roemersberger)

    • Speak Low, Rendezvous M-1301
    • Temptation, Rendezvous M-1302
    • This Love Of Mine, Rendezvous M-1303
    • Holiday For Pipes, Rendezvous M-1305
    • Electronic Pipes, Rendezvous M-1306
    • The Tasty Touch, Rendezvous M-1308
    • Wedding Bells, Imperial LP-12049
    • Organ Blues 'N Boogie, Hamilton HLP-136
    • Organ Festival, Dot DLP-3277
    • Organ Songs We Love, Dot DLP-25435
    • Great Organ Themes From Movies And TV, Dot DLP-25436
    • The Fantastic Organ Sounds Of Eddie Baxter, Dot DLP-25551
    • More Fantastic Organ Sounds Of Eddie Baxter, Dot DLP-25607
    • Organ: Sounds Impossible, Dot DLP-25706
    • Organ Melodies Of Love, Dot DLP-3708
    • Super Organ, Concert Recording CR-E-130


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