Harold Bradley His Guitar And Orchestra - Bossa Nova Goes To Nashville mp3 album
Harold Bradley also recorded a few albums under his own name on Columbia Records; Misty Guitar, Guitar For Lovers Only, and Bossa Nova Goes Nashville. Harold Bradley recording Tic Tac bass. He was known for his use of the Danelectro six string bass guitar, that added the Tic-Tac bass sound to many recordings. Harold Bradley went on to develop the RCA Studio A, which was another major facility in Nashville, (Ironically RCA’s Studio B was the first of RCA’s studios.
Artist: Harold Bradley. Album: Bossa Nova Goes To Nashville, 2013.
Bossa Nova Goes To Nashville (LP, Album). Label Category Country Year. Columbia CS 8814 Canada 1963. Harold Bradley His Guitar And Orchestra. Bossa Nova Goes To Nashville (LP, Album, Mono, Promo). Bossa Nova Goes To Nashville (LP, Album). Columbia CL 2014 US Columbia CS 8814 U. .
Harold Nicholas Acompañado Por Os Bossa Nova - Bailen El Bossa Nova Barclay SBGE 83604 Spain Con Harold Nicholas (7", EP). 1962. Related Music albums to Harold Nicholas With Os Bossa Nova by Harold Nicholas. Cuarteto Bossa Nova - Bossa Jazz. Harold Bradley His Guitar And Orchestra - Bossa Nova Goes To Nashville. Jazz, Latin, Pop, Folk, World, & Country. Eydie Gormé - Blame IT ON THE Bossa Nova.
Bradley was born in Nashville, Tennessee in 1926 and played banjo as a child but switched to guitar on the advice of his elder brother, Owen. Owen arranged for Harold to tour with Ernest Tubb while Harold was still in high school. After graduation, Harold joined the Navy. After his discharge, he attended George Peabody College in Nashville, studying music and accompanied Eddy Arnold and Bradley Kincaid at the Grand Ole Opry. His first session was with Pee Wee King and the Golden West Cowboys in 1946. Harold recorded three albums as a pop guitarist on Columbia Records, "Misty Guitar", "Guitar for Lovers Only", and "Bossa Nova Goes to Nashville" in the 1960s.
Charlie and his Orchestra (also referred to as the "Templin band" and "Bruno and His Swinging Tigers") were a Nazi-sponsored German propaganda swing band. Jazz music styles were seen by Nazi authorities as rebellious but, ironically, propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels conceived of using the style in shortwave radio broadcasts aimed initially at the United Kingdom, and later the United States, after the German declaration of war on 11 December 1941.
|A2||Born To Lose||2:14|
|A4||Your Cheatin' Heart||2:25|
|A5||Mary Anne Regrets||2:38|
|B1||I Can't Stop Loving You||3:02|
|B3||Walk On By||3:03|
|B4||Little Bitty Tear||2:23|
|B6||You Are My Sunshine||2:04|
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|CS 2014||Harold Bradley His Guitar And Orchestra||Bossa Nova Goes To Nashville (LP, Album)||Columbia||CS 2014||US||1963|
|CS 8814||Harold Bradley His Guitar And Orchestra||Bossa Nova Goes To Nashville (LP, Album)||Columbia||CS 8814||Canada||1963|
|CL 2014||Harold Bradley His Guitar And Orchestra||Bossa Nova Goes To Nashville (LP, Album, Mono, Promo)||Columbia||CL 2014||US||1963|
|CS 8814||Harold Bradley His Guitar And Orchestra||Bossa Nova Goes To Nashville (LP, Album)||Columbia||CS 8814||US||1963|