Charles Edward Hodges (born June 29, 1947, Memphis, Tennessee) is an American organist and songwriter. He is known for his high tone on the Hammond B3 organ, that appeared on records by Al Green, and other musicians signed to Hi Records. Hodges also played on albums by James Carr, Willie Cobbs, Albert Collins and Boz Scaggs. Hi Records acts Syl Johnson, O.V. Wright, as well as Green and Tom Jones, have all recorded songs written by Hodges.

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  • Charles Edward Hodges (born June 29, 1947, Memphis, Tennessee) is an American organist and songwriter. He is known for his high tone on the Hammond B3 organ, that appeared on records by Al Green, and other musicians signed to Hi Records. Hodges also played on albums by James Carr, Willie Cobbs, Albert Collins and Boz Scaggs. Hi Records acts Syl Johnson, O.V. Wright, as well as Green and Tom Jones, have all recorded songs written by Hodges. (en)
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  • Charles Edward Hodges (born June 29, 1947, Memphis, Tennessee) is an American organist and songwriter. He is known for his high tone on the Hammond B3 organ, that appeared on records by Al Green, and other musicians signed to Hi Records. Hodges also played on albums by James Carr, Willie Cobbs, Albert Collins and Boz Scaggs. Hi Records acts Syl Johnson, O.V. Wright, as well as Green and Tom Jones, have all recorded songs written by Hodges. (en)
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