Eddie Baxter (November 23, 1922 – August 21, 1998) was an American organist who provided music for several TV programs and recorded several albums for various labels, most importantly for Dot. Baxter was born in Colorado on November 23, 1922. By the age of ten he was playing piano for dancing classes. He moved to Los Angeles at age 13, and became a professional musician during his teenage years. He intended music as a hobby, enrolling in the pre-med program at UCLA
Eddie Baxter Fan Page added 16 new photos to the album: George Kem Classic 2011 - with Emile Steyn and 5 others. July 29, 2011 ·. George Kem Classic 2011.
Over the Rainbow" by the great organist, Eddie Baxter.
The Touch is the tenth studio album from country music band Alabama, released in 1986. "You've Got" the Touch" (Will Robinson, John Jarrard, Lisa Palas) - 4:15. Vacation" (Randy Owen) - 5:33. True, True Housewife" (Owen) - 3:53. Is This How Love Begins" (Bob Corbin) - 2:39. Cruisin'" (Vern Dant, Jeff Cook, Ted Hewitt) - 3:43. Touch Me When We're Dancing" (Terry Skinner, . Wallace, Ken Bell) - 3:41. Let's Hear It For The Girl" (S. Alan Taylor) - 3:59.
Eddie Baxter (November 23, 1922 – August 21, 1998) was an American organist who provided music for several TV programs and recorded several albums for various labels, most importantly for Dot. He intended music as a hobby, enrolling in the pre-med program at UCLA. These plans were interrupted by World. Electronic Pipes (Rendezvous 1306). The Tasty Touch (Rendezvous 1303). Wedding Bells (Imperial 9111) – 1960. Organ Festival (Dot 25277). Organ Songs We Love (Dot 25435) – 1962. Great Organ Themes from Movies and TV (Dot 25436) – 1962. The Fantastic Sounds of Eddie Baxter at the Lowery Organ (Dot 25551).
Eddie Baxter (b 23 November 1922, Colorado, d 21 August 1998, Mission Viejo, California) was 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 .
The album title is an expression borrowed from KPOL’s ‘Man About Midnight’, Mark Dunhill. He has often used the phrase to describe Eddie’s records and you are sure to agree that the Baxter touch is ‘THE TASTY TOUCH’. Warning: Use of undefined constant - assumed ' ' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in nt-grunge/single. php on line 34 . Leave a Reply.