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Freeze-Frame - The J. Geils Band
Driven by an incredibly catchy and fun to play organ lines, this upbeat number from 1982 has become a rock radio classic. Though the J. Geils Band was known for their harmonica work, both "Freeze-Frame" and their hit "Centerfold" are prime examples of great rock organ songs.
Thank You - Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin, typically a guitar lover's band, they also know how to write a great organ part. "Thank You" features a wonderful and moving organ accompaniment, as played by bassist John Paul Jones.
In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida - Iron Butterfly
With this song, you'll get a chance to practice your rock organ soloing over one the greatest riffs in 60s rock. A nice song for beginners, too - the blues progression is easy to learn, but tough to master.
The Phantom of the Opera - Andrew Lloyd Webber
When you write a musical based around the character of a myserious organist, you'd better include some good organ music. Luckily, Andrew Lloyd Webber knew what he was doing - showtunes fans certainly know and love this song already, and organ lovers will quickly add it to their list of favorites.
Simply Irresistible - Robert Palmer
Robert Palmer's distinctive blend of bluesy rock, glamorous 80s pop will sound great on your keyboard. Make sure to take a look at the video, too - undoubtedly one of the best of the 80s.
Nature Boy - Nat King Cole
This evocative jazz standard recorded by Nat King Cole, Celine Dion and David Bowie just to name a few, is sure to raise the romance level on your keyboard.