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#2203017 - 06/18/10 06:41 PM Interested About Story Covering The Late, Great Richard Tee
nitekatt2008 Offline
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Hi KB Staff. I did a search here looking for anything that might be online or archived about any stories, interviews or articles about the late, great session keyboardist Richard Tee. He played on many, many records we have all heard throughout the years, plus his band Stuff with drummer Steve Gadd. And his work with Simon and Garfunkel from the famous Central Park concert is legendary.

I think Richard Tee was based in NYC and was a very active keyboard pro until his very untimely death in 1993 at age 50 from prostate cancer.

So if there has already been an article or interview with Richard Tee, please let us know. If not, perhaps someone will write something about this amazing session keyboard player.

Regards

katt
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#2217702 - 08/04/10 10:54 AM Re: Interested About Story Covering The Late, Great Richard Tee [Re: nitekatt2008]
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+1. I also may have a contact of someone who worked personally for him in an administrative capacity if you are interested.
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#2218627 - 08/07/10 12:19 PM Re: Interested About Story Covering The Late, Great Richard Tee [Re: Bobadohshe]
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But who is number 1 ? ...
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@Bobadohshe - Very interested in this idea. I can also go back through our back issue catalog, as there's no shortage of material on Richard there. I think he may even have contributed a music lesson or two back in the day IIRC.
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#2263857 - 01/18/11 03:54 PM Re: Interested About Story Covering The Late, Great Richard Tee [Re: Stephen Fortner]
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Sorry Steve, just seeing this now. I'll see if I can find that info and when I do, I'll send you a PM. I also have an entirely different idea I want to share with you...
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#2305140 - 05/25/11 08:07 AM Re: Interested About Story Covering The Late, Great Richard Tee [Re: Bobadohshe]
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Steve, it's months later, but I got ahold of that number. I'm going to PM you now....
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#2507497 - 07/01/13 05:52 AM Re: Interested About Story Covering The Late, Great Richard Tee [Re: nitekatt2008]
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Hi guys,
I realise this thread is now really old, but in case any of you are interested I have put a transcription of Richard Tee's great intro to 'Bridge over troubled water' on my website. You can find it here: http://malcolmedmonstone.com/blog/post_id
Kind regards,
Malcolm

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#2507519 - 07/01/13 07:06 AM Re: Interested About Story Covering The Late, Great Richard Tee [Re: Makky251]
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Welcome to the forum, Malcom. This thread is 3 years old, just so you know.

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#2655038 - 01/14/15 12:43 PM Re: Interested About Story Covering The Late, Great Richard Tee [Re: Griffinator]
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When I received a notice that my subscription will be expiring soon I decided to renew and change to the web based subscription. How do I actually get that? I received an email confirming the subscription order but no information regarding accessing the digital version.

Thanks for any help.
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#2660162 - 01/30/15 01:46 AM Re: Interested About Story Covering The Late, Great Richard Tee [Re: Kahanho0]
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You don't contact them directly ? just give a call...

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