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During studio session for the band’s third album, ‘Women and Children First,’ Van Halen surprised Templeman by playing a Wurlitzer electric piano through a Marshall stack while the band tracked the anthemic ‘And the Cradle Will Rock … ’ Eddie later explained to one interviewer that fans “might not even notice” the keyboard on the finished track, because “it sounds like my guitar.” In other words, the band and Templeman let Van Halen add piano to the song precisely because it didn’t sound like piano.more
"According to tech Kelly Macaulay, Jones also plays a Wurlitzer 200 that is run through a Sans Amp Classic to get the overdriven sound into a Keeley-modified Ibanez analog delay pedal into her Vox Pathfinder 15R amp. - See more at: http://www.mixonline.com/news/tours/all-access-norah-jones/368200#sthash.iWJTf9rB.dpuf"more
My main instrument on Earth Analog is the Wurlitzer electronic piano (its original name). I played Fender Rhodes on “Drift.” I also used two different Minimoogs and a Subphatty, Dave Smith Instruments’ Prophet 08 and Mopho x4, and a Casio CS01, I believe. And last but not least, my first love, the piano!more