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I remember that I recorded my piano in a song or two, as we were finishing the recordings.
At the time I came to take him to some shows, both of Acretinice and other bands and artists that I played with.
I bought my Wurlitzer 200A from a citizen whose name I do not remember, I think it was Edson - or Edson the name of his band's guitarist, who was present at the time I picked up the piano.
I know they both played together in a very famous band in Rio Grande do Sul called "Musical Impacto." I bought in 1997, while recording the album "Era uma vez um gato xadrez" of Acreticine Atray, a band that I played at the time.
It was visually identical to the 200A, but could be powered with a rechargeable battery. I've never seen in Brazil none of the other models, although I know about 10 people (including this astronaut who writes here) that have a 200A.
Many artists and bands used (and still use) a Wurlitzer piano, I can give an almost infinite list of recordings.
Tom Petty’s “Breakdown” is a great example of this put to use. Check out Aretha Franklin’s “I Never Loved A Man the Way I Loved You” to hear the Wurly used in this way.5. 5 uses the Wurly in a way that parallels an acoustic piano in a shuffled, “stomp” kind of groove, like those on middle to late-period Beatles tracks.The manufacture of the 200A lasted until 1982 and it was sold in black and green colors (there are some 200A in white, like those used by Supertramp, the Beach Boys and the Carpenters, but these were customized versions on request, were not usually marketed).In 1978 came also the 200B model, but these new piano did not have many innovations.The world's most famous are Supertramp (the sound of the piano is often confused with the sound of the band itself as we can hear in classical tunes like "The logical song", "Dreamer" and "Breakfast in America", among many others.Also the band was, without any doubt, the main disseminator of the Wurlitzer pianos during its existence), Pink Floyd ("Money", "Breathe," "Time" and "Have a cigar"), The Archies (on the famous "Sugar sugar"), the canadian band Klaatu ("The love of a woman" and "Paranoia"), The Kingsmen ("Louie, Louie"), the Seeds (virtually all their songs were based on the sound of the Wurlitzer piano or the Farfisa organ), Joni Mitchell ("Woodstock"), Bob Dylan ("Till I fell in love with you"), Ringo Starr ("I wanna be Santa Claus", Wurlitzer played by Jim Cox)), Carpenters ("Top of the world"), The Doors (the beautiful "Queen of the highway" - from the album "Morrison Hotel/Hard Rock Cafe" - and "Crawling King Snake - from the album "LA Woman") Elton John ("Lady Samantha" and "Heart in the right place"), John Lennon (on "How do you sleep", among others), Gentle Giant ("Proclamation"), Paul Mc Cartney ("Ram on"), George Harrison (on the song"All Those Years Ago" the Wurlitzer was played by Al Kooper), Queen ("You are my best friend", from the magnificent album "A night at the opera"), The Rolling Stones ("Miss You"), Steely Dan ("Do it again" among many others), Stevie Wonder ("Love having you around", "Sweet little girl" and "Tuesday heartbreak") and Sun Ra (on several tracks, including the first use of a Wurlitzer piano in the history of music, recorded in 1956).