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It’s a beast! It is barely Digital having been introduced in 1981 as the U90 and 1982 and the amazing-looking silver Technics Pro 90, with extravagent space-age styling and voluminous amplified speakers.
And what Brian can do with it!? No touch sensitivity, no fancy articulations and no drawbars! He coaxes quite a performance from what would might be considered as a 30-year-old Retro instrument. It was the first Organ I ever played on stage, at 16 years of age. However, definitely not with Brian Sharp’s accomplished, witty aplomb! I only saw Brian playing twice, both times on the Kawai T30, absolutely tremendous.