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Bakersfield is the thirteenth studio album by American country music artist Vince Gill and steel guitar player Paul Franklin. It was released on July 30, 2013 via MCA Nashville. The album is a collaborative tribute of Merle Haggard and Buck Owens songs. It reached number 4 on Top Country Albums. Vince Gill and his fellow The Time Jumpers band member Paul Franklin re-recorded songs by Buck Owens and Merle Haggard as a tribute, pulling five songs from each artist, all from 1961 -1974.
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Bakersfield sound, country, rockabilly In 1970, Doyle Holly received "Bass Player of the Year" award from the Academy of Country Music as a member of the Buckaroos. He left the group the next year to pursue a solo career, in which he released two Top 20 hit albums.
Streets Of Bakersfield. The Bakersfield Five. Bakersfield Bounce (Acapella).
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Road-weary after five years, Brumley was ready to settle in Bakersfield, where he’d started a steel-guitar business. So he gave notice in December of ’68 and recommended . based Jay Dee Maness as his replacement. Maness joined in early ’69, but Brumley was far from finished. He went on to join longtime Buck fan Rick Nelson’s pioneering country rock unit the Stone Canyon Band, but sums up his Buckaroo days with pride and gratitude. From the live album, Chuck Berry’s Johnny B. Goode became another single, with a Don Rich guitar interlude Owens called the greatest live chorus on guitar I ever heard played on anything like that. It’s totally untouched, and Don absolutely captured it. He really could never duplicate that.
They pioneered what came to be called the Bakersfield sound-a reference to Bakersfie. ore . Year: 1998.
Owens had paid his dues in the Bakersfield honky tonks and backed a long list of artists as a supporting musician in the studio, including Tommy Collins, Wanda Jackson, Faron Young, Gene Vincent, and others. He might have been a superstar by that time, but Buck was also a guitar slinger who still had a great love for the instrument and a passion for making records that showed off both his chops and the talents of his fantastic band.
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