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Nicky Hopkins


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  • cordlafond

    Please visit . Nicky Hopkins deserves a spot in the R&R Hall of Fame

    17 Dic 2014 Rispondi
  • LBellamYorke

    nicky hopkins was the man! [3] Nicky was pure magic indeed.[2]

    24 Feb 2013 Rispondi
  • FaustoRocks

    nicky hopkins was the man! [3] i was so gonna right that! HE IS!!!! A truly example of a perfect Pisces like George Harrison, Kurt Cobain and me. Nicky was pure magic indeed.

    10 Set 2011 Rispondi
  • DeadKinks

    You may try to pick Nicky Hopkins' finest moment, but you'll end up realising it's practically the same as choosing rock's finest moment. He was essential part of most of the finest moments of most of the finest bands, during most of rock's finest years. The man and his piano were there spirit of the 60's and the 70's in popular music in the Western emisphere, more than any other one-musician-and-his-instrument, including all those he played with. If you don't get it, take a look at the man's discography: .

    5 Set 2011 Rispondi
  • KeithJones

    nicky hopkins was the man! [2]

    14 Ago 2010 Rispondi
  • dominic_john

    nicky hopkins was the man! everyone needs to know who he is. we've all been inspired by his work, it just so happens that a lot of it was with other bands.

    16 Nov 2009 Rispondi
  • SachMotee5000

    its my belief, and im sure its one that is shared by most real stones fans, that he was integral to the stones flavour. He added such amazing, spine tingling, breath taking moments and flourishes to their work during their peak btwn 69/73. Tracked down his second solo effort the Tin Man Was A Dreamer and I am currently on my first listen to it ... drool

    15 Ott 2009 Rispondi
  • mothersruin

    nicky hopkins worked on his track with the beatles maybe thats the answer?...

    10 Dic 2008 Rispondi
  • sarahjkf

    Dont know who this guy is !?! ya what !! unwittingly we have all heard this guy at some point one of if not THE greatest session musicians ever !! worked with everybody you name them he worked with them......the man was a bleeding genius...

    20 Set 2008 Rispondi
  • Simanion

    heh *returns one year later* I've tried to change the artist in properties 100 times and it just won't have a bar of it... So Nicky Hopkins it is!

    19 Apr 2008 Rispondi
  • rokrr16

    why, when i play revolution 1 by the beatles, it shows up as nicky hopkins? Im not listening to nicky hopkins, Ive never even heard of this guy.

    17 Dic 2007 Rispondi
  • gbrading

    I've just realised that my version of Revolution 1 was labelled as Nicky Hopkins; The Beatles. For one thing, as Deigo said, this is wrong in itself, as he played on Revolution, but it was also scrobbling here. I've now corrected it so The Beatles are first, on the correct song.

    1 Dic 2007 Rispondi
  • ExecutionStyle

    correction, his finest moment is anything he did with the stones from beggars banquet on through exile.

    13 Nov 2007 Rispondi
  • Don_Diego

    Hopkins plays on Revolution the B-side to Hey Jude, not Revolution 1 the opening track to Side 4 of the White Album. And obviously both tracks have to bear The Beatles in the artist field, I'm sorry. Having said that, Nick's finest moment is probably The Who's The Song Is Over.

    19 Ott 2007 Rispondi
  • piano_fire

    Well yeah, but it's not by Nicky Hopkins...

    10 Mag 2007 Rispondi
  • DeThoom

    haha, well if you really don't know, Nicky Hopkins was one of the best and most popular session pianists, and he can be heard on a lot of songs from Rolling Stones, The Who and the Kinks. He played the pianosolo on Revolution 1.

    2 Apr 2007 Rispondi
  • Simanion

    Who the hell is Nicky Hopkins and why are they taking credit for The Beatles, namely Revolution 1? haha

    14 Mar 2007 Rispondi

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