Lee Michaels "5"
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Yeah, Lee Michaels for sure! There're so many, but not too many these days that I know of...maybe someone else can name some.
I don't know if the following are well recorded or not, but:
For jazz, I like Jimmy Smith. Groove Holmes and Jimmy Mcgriff are really great soulful jazz type players.
For rock, there's Rod Argent, Jon Lord of Deep Purple, who played a C-3. Keith Emerson of: The Nice, and Emerson Lake and Palmer who played a C-3. Rick Wakeman of Yes, and solo projects. Ken Hensley of Uriah Heep, although a good writer, but not the best player -he played a wicked solo on Gypsy.
BTW, the C-3 and B-3 are the same thing -just built in a different inclosure if I recall... maybe someone can correct me on that.
You can also google: top Hammond B-3 Organist to get more info.