Nicholas Christian Hopkins (24 February 1944 – 6 September 1994) was an English pianist and organist. Hopkins recorded and performed on many notable British and American pop and rock music releases from the 1960s through the 1990s including many songs by The Rolling Stones, The Kinks and The Who. Nicholas Christian Hopkins was born in Perivale, Middlesex, England, on 24 February 1944. He began playing piano at the age of three.
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Nicky Hopkins was an English pianist and organist . Album : The Tin Man Was a Dreamer - 1973 Personnel: Ray Cooper - Percussion Mike Egan - guitar George Harrison - guitar Nicky (Hippie) Hopkins - vocals, keyboards Jim Horn - sax Bobby Keys - sax Jim Price. 29 June 2009 ·. independent.
When working with the band during their critical and commercial zenith in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Hopkins tended to be employed on a wide range of slower ballads, uptempo rockers and acoustic material; conversely, longtime de facto Stones keyboardist Ian Stewart only played on traditional major key blues rock numbers of his choice, while Billy Preston often featured on.
Nicky Hopkins, Nicholas Christian Hopkins 24 February 1944 – 6 September 1994 was an English pianist and organist Hopkins recorded and performed on many notable. 1973, "Time Waits for No One" 1974 and "Waiting on a Friend" 1981 When working with the band during their critical and commercial zenith in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Hopkins tended to be employed on a wide range of slower ballads, uptempo rockers and acoustic material; conversely, longtime de facto Stones keyboardist Ian Stewart only played on traditional major.
Nicky Hopkins' finest solo album, the memorably titled The Tin Man Was A Dreamer is a solid piece of engagingly edgy pop-rock - picture Elton John's early '70s work with more variety, a few rough edges, and a bit less ego. As one would expect, Hopkins' piano playing (augmented by the organ in spots) dominates most of the songs, but there's ample room for strong contributions from George Harrison (working as "George O'Hara") on lead and slide guitar on four of the tracks, and Mick Taylor on lead and acoustic guitars on four tracks; the rest of the band . .
Nicky Hopkins was one of the most in demand session players of his generation and featured on Rolling Stones Records’ first releases ‘Jamming With Edward’. Three months later he played on a couple of tracks from Between The Buttons, including, ‘Something Happened To Me Yesterday’. In 1967, Hopkins played with The Yardbirds, Jeff Beck and in May he was in Olympic Studios working on tracks that appeared on Their Satanic Majesties Request, including, ‘She’s A Rainbow’, ‘Citadel’,’ In Another Land’, ‘Sing This All Together’ and ‘2000 Light Years From Home’. From then on, and for the next decade, he recorded with the Stones and appeared with them on stage including their ‘farewell Tour’ of the UK before the band decamped to France in 1971
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