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Jon Hammond Duo In Smiley's Bolinas Benefit Concert For Don Deane

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Jon Hammond Duo in Smiley's Smiley's Schooner Saloon Bolinas, California - benefit concert for Don Deane - famous bossa nova tune with Jon Otis drums and Jon Hammond at the Hammond Sk1 organ


My birthplace Chicago, Illinois is looking real good tonight!
Jon Hammond


Boxcar Hammond Riding the MetraRail Rails On The Bi-Level Metra in the Land O' Lincoln to visit my friends in Hammond Suzuki USA Chicago IL, Lombard and Addison IL -
Jon Hammond 




Thanks to my friends Steve Simmons & Scott May from Hammond Suzuki USA for recommending Lou Malnati's Pizza, it was awesome and I have some left for breakfast! State Street (Chicago), wow that was good!! - Jon Hammond
*Note: Our waiter Cameron was great, thanks Cameron!



Chicago, Illinois -- I think maybe this is Elwood's Apartment from The Blues Brothers Movie, window directly next to the L Train Chicago I just saw - classic! Jake Elwood/ Dan Akroyd Can you imagine sleeping right next to that folks?! - Jon Hammond
Youtube: https://youtu.be/FQMEmY1EdsU 
Blues Brothers-Elwood's Apartment 
Actual Kodak film photo - haircut time at the high-end Marc Joseph Salon & Spa Wellness - L to R Rocky the Barber, Yosef Barber, Jon Hammond - Rocky said before the picture, "The Three Musketeers"! - another great haircut, thanks!



Actual Kodak film photos midtown Manhattan, New York
Jon Hammond in the big apple
Actual Kodak film photo -- my custom built Excelsior Accordions AC/R tone chamber accordion with factory installed Sennheiser stereo pickup system - sounds sublime! - Jon Hammond
thanks photolaboratory.com film lab 


Actual Kodak film photos -- Jon Hammond early bird breakfast Huevos Rancheros at Gilman Grill with Avocado and Black Beans
Actual Kodak film picture I shot of my friend Tarek - he did a good job fixing my LL Bean pocket watch at Kiosk 230 - 55 W. 47th Street in New York City Diamond District Bid Improvement district - Tarek says "Watches are my life" - and me, "Music is my life"! Jon Hammond
"The Diamond District is between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. The district was created when dealers moved north from an earlier district near Canal Street and the Bowery that was created in the 1920s, and from a second district located in the Financial District, near the intersection of Fulton and Nassau Streets, which started in 1931, and also at Maiden Lane, which had existed since the 18th century. A notable, long-time anomaly of the district was the famous Gotham Book Mart, a bookstore, which was located at 41 West 47th Street from 1946 to 2004.
The move uptown started in 1941. The district grew in importance when Nazi Germany invaded the Netherlands and Belgium, forcing thousands of Orthodox Jews in the diamond business to flee Amsterdam and Antwerp and settle in New York City. Most of them remained after World War II, and remain a dominant influence in the Diamond District.[3] Another factor in the northward move was the co-location of finance and insurance companies who moved into the downtown districts, causing rents to drastically increase.[4] By 1941, the Diamond Dealers Club—an exclusive club that acts as a de facto diamond exchange and has its own synagogue—officially made the move up to midtown as well.[5]
The area is one of the primary centers of the global diamond industry,[citation needed] as well as the premier center for jewelry shopping in the city. It is one of the largest diamond and jewelry districts in the United States, along with Jewelers' Row, Philadelphia and Los Angeles's Jewelry District, and it is the second oldest surviving jewelry district in the United States after Jewelers' Row in Philadelphia. Total receipts for the value of a single day's trade on the block average $400 million.[6] An estimated 90% of diamonds in the United States enter through New York. There are 2,600 independent businesses located in the district, nearly all of them dealing in diamonds or jewelry. Most are located in booths at one of the 25 "exchanges" in the district, and in a public corridor to 46th Street. Commission based hawkers are also a common sight and they usually solicit business for stores located on the street level.[7]
Many deals are finalized by a simple, traditional blessing (mazel und brucha, which means "luck and blessing") and handshake.[3][8] Retailers with shops line the streets outside. At 50 West 47th Street is the Gemological Institute of America which trains gem dealers.[9] One distinguishing figure of the district is the diamond-motif street lights illuminating the corners.[10] The NYC Diamond District also holds three prominent trade interconnected buildings: the 580 Fifth Avenue Exchange, the DDC, Diamond Dealers Club, and the International Gem Tower. It is also steps from other landmarks such as Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall. "
**How to get to the world-famous Diamond District:
"The New York City Subway's 47th–50th Streets – Rockefeller Center station on the IND Sixth Avenue Line offers service on the B, D, F, , and M services. An underground concourse connects the station with the buildings of Rockefeller Center. The 49th Street station on the BMT Broadway Line offers service on the N, Q, R, and W trains, and is accessible via a part-time booth at Seventh Avenue and 47th Street at the south end of the station. 
Now we go over to 34th & Ninth Ave. to the B&H Photo Video Pro Audio Store and visit my friend Chris in the Used Cameras Department - Chris checked out my old 55mm lens and figured out it had a problem, he hooked me up with a real nice reasonably priced 50mm 1.8 Nikkor lens for my Nikon F-3camera - I shot this photograph of Chris with the lens and Kokak Portrait film - looking real good Chris! - Jon Hammond 
My Potatoes & Onions are so damn good!
I lived on these mostly for 5 years while living over in Germany - I cook 'em up with real olive oil, salt & pepper hell yeah!
Chef Boy-ar-Hammond - Famous Idaho Potatoes - Jon Hammond

bossa nova, benefit gig, smiley's saloon, bolinas, hammond organ, drums, jon hammond duo