3 Legs On Wheels | In Our Time Machine

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In Our Time Machine

by 3 Legs On Wheels

Ripping Hammond organ with astounding bass pedal work, drums and saxophone, coupled with cool melodies, soulful vocals and a groovin' live sound.
Genre: Jazz: Hammond Organ
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1. In Our Time Machine
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2. Just a Feelin'
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5. Free Fall
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6. Hey Now Mama
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7. Veil of Tears
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8. Here and There
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In Our Time Machine features two rockin\' musicians, Steffen Presley on the legendary Hammond organ with pedal-bass, alto saxophone and keyboards along with Arnold Mollica on drums, percussion and soulful lead vocals. This album is a funky live recording with two guys sounding like a five piece band! Rippin\' Hammond organ and soaring saxophone melodies anchor a variety of catchy tunes in a forward looking original way.

From the outset, the philosophy of this album was to feature new original songs performed live on the legendary Hammond B3 organ along with solid drumming. So how can just two guys make this big sound? Other than Steffen\'s alto saxophone parts (the third leg?), which could only be overdubbed, the objective was to record everything live. To that end, Steffen performed almost all of the bass parts with both feet on the Hammond\'s bass pedals, simultaneously adding complimentary sounds from additional modern keyboards (usually atop the Hammond). In addition to his creative fat-back drumming, Arnold (the Milwaukee Mule) provided his evocative, blues inflected lead vocals on some of the tunes. The result is a unique and organic combination of \"old-school\" earthiness coupled with a modern sound.

Well known in rock circles, Steffen Presley is credited for Hammond organ on one of this summers biggest hits, \"Along Came a Spider\" by the legendary Alice Cooper.


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Ted Mattingly

3 LEGS ON WHEELS
I have to say I was very impressed with this album, the instrumentals are a work of art. I especially like the Hammond B3 Organ, Steffen Presley sure can play and it takes a lot of talent to play the bass pedals simultaneously. I also enjoyed the Alto Sax.
This Steffen Presley guy is incredibly talented. It\'s no wonder Alice Cooper chose him to play the Hammond Organ on his new album.I also want to give credit to Arnold Mollica for his Rockin\' Beats and vocals. It\'s really hard to pick which songs I like the best because I really like them all. Just buy it, sit back and listen to how much music is presented by just 2 guys, \" That\'s Right Just 2 Guys Performed On This Album\" INCREDIBLE...
THANKS FOR THE MUSIC...

Rodney and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team

Unique, forward-looking recording blending old school funk with more contemporar
The multi-talented duo of Steffen Presley and Arnold Mollica make up the wonderfully original sound of 3 Legs On Wheels. Their album, “In Our Time Machine,” is a unique, forward-looking recording blending old school funk with more contemporary sounds. The entire album is characterized by Presley’s superior Hammond B3 organ-playing and soaring saxophone melodies, along with Mollica’s funky, imaginative drumming. “In Our Time Machine” is a solid opener, with Presley’s mastery of the Hammond B3 and Mollica’s bluesy lead vocals on full display. “Hey Now Mama” is a platform for Presley’s abilities on the alto saxophone and Mollica’s inventive grooves, and both deliver an enjoyable performance. “Free Fall” is a vehicle for their creativity and flexibility, changing from their customary sounds to a tasteful change of pace. “Veil of Tears” is another highlight, exhibiting once again Mollica's soulfoul vocals and Presley’s command of the organ. “French Aire” showcases their versatility, with Mollica starting the tune with brushes before breaking into a rowdy shuffle groove, and Presley adding expressive piano melodies and more fiery work on the alto saxophone. This album is recommended for fans of Rock and/or Blues, and the instrumental tracks that feature saxophone will very likely appeal to jazz fans as well.

RadioIndy.com

Congratulations on GrIndie Award
The multi-talented duo of Steffen Presley and Arnold Mollica make up the wonderfully original sound of 3 Legs On Wheels. Their album, “In Our Time Machine,” is a unique, forward-looking recording blending old school funk with more contemporary sounds. The entire album is characterized by Presley’s superior Hammond B3 organ-playing and soaring saxophone melodies, along with Mollica’s funky, imaginative drumming. “In Our Time Machine” is a solid opener, with Presley’s mastery of the Hammond B3 and Mollica’s bluesy lead vocals on full display. “Hey Now Mama” is a platform for Presley’s abilities on the alto saxophone and Mollica’s inventive grooves, and both deliver an enjoyable performance. “Free Fall” is a vehicle for their creativity and flexibility, changing from their customary sounds to a tasteful change of pace. “Veil of Tears” is another highlight, exhibiting once again Mollica's soulfoul vocals and Presley’s command of the organ. “French Aire” showcases their versatility, with Mollica starting the tune with brushes before breaking into a rowdy shuffle groove, and Presley adding expressive piano melodies and more fiery work on the alto saxophone. This album is recommended for fans of Rock and/or Blues, and the instrumental tracks that feature saxophone will very likely appeal to jazz fans as well.