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Buddie Emmons - Steel Guitar Jazz

Buddie Emmons - Steel Guitar Jazz
Performer: Buddie Emmons
Title: Steel Guitar Jazz
Country: US
Genre: Jazz
Style:Cool Jazz
Released: 1963
Catalog number: MG 20843
Label: Mercury
MP3 album szie: 1125 mb
FLAC album size: 1445 mb

Tracklist

1Gonna Build A Mountain
Written By – Bricusse-Newley
3:13
2Gravy Waltz
Written By – Allen-Brown
3:50
3There Will Never Be Another You
Written By – Warren-Gordon
3:40
4Any Time
Written By – Lawson
2:40
5Bluemmons
Written-By – Emmons
2:54
6Indiana
Written By – Hanley-MacDonald
3:06
7The Preacher
Written By – Silver
2:58
8Oleo
Written By – Rollins
3:05
9Witchcraft
Written By – Coleman-Leigh
3:28
10Cherokee
Written By – Noble
3:45
11Where Or When
Written By – Rodgers-Hart
3:08

Credits

  • BassArt Davis
  • DrumsCharli Persip
  • Pedal Steel GuitarBuddie Emmons
  • PianoBobby Scott
  • Tenor Saxophone, Soprano SaxophoneJerome Richardson

Notes

Recorded July 22, 1963 at Capital Studios, New York City

There is a note on the label: "For Broadcast Only, Not For Sale"

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Mercury Record Corporation
  • Recorded At – Capitol Studios

Short intro

Buddy Gene Emmons January 27, 1937 July 21, 2015 was an American musician who is widely regarded as the world's foremost pedal steel guitarist of his day. He was inducted into the Steel Guitar Hall of Fame in 1981. Affectionately known by the nickname Big E, Emmons' primary genre was American country music, but he also performed jazz and Western swing. He recorded with Linda Ronstadt, Gram Parsons, The Everly Brothers, The Carpenters, Roger Miller, Ernest Tubb, John Hartford, Little Jimmy. Buddy Emmons. Steel Guitar Jazz. Buddy Emmons wasn't the first musician to be featured playing a pedal steel guitar in a jazz setting, but it is unlikely that anyone else recorded an entire date playing one prior to this 1963 session. Although both he and the instrument are indelibly associated with country music, Emmons makes it work for several reasons. He's surrounded by some top players, including Bobby Scott, Jerome Richardson, Art Davis, and Charlie Persip he also interacts with the band rather than overdoing the special effects available to him, especially the horn-like sounds obtained from his use of the sl. Listen free to Buddy Emmons Steel Guitar Jazz Bluemmons, Any Time and more. 11 tracks 35:57. The Steel Guitar & Dobro Sounds of Shot Jackson and Buddy Emmons. Killin' the Wind feat. Lenny Breau & Buddy Emmons. Swingin' By Request. It's All In the Swing. Steel Guitar Jazz 1963. Album by Buddy Emmons. is a cover of. Buddie Emmons Format: Audio CD. Please retry. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Amazing Steel Guitar: The Buddy Emmons Collection. 0 out of 5 stars 2. Audio CD. Here's Steel Guitar Rag performed with the Lawton Kicks Jazz Ensemble, Cameron University circa 1984 or jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Steel Guitar Jazz, 1963. Bluemmons, 02:56. Any Time, 02:44. Where or When, 03:11. Gravy Waltz, 03:54. Oleo, 03:07. The Preacher, 02:59