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Paul Wade


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Post Posted 8 Jun 2016 6:35 am     Reply with quote

this is great wow Shocked who is the steel player wow
great playing !!!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pF69gvHWKwc

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Fred Justice


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Post Posted 8 Jun 2016 6:54 am     Reply with quote

Paul, that is Randy Rinehart, there are 4 steel players all together on that CD
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Paul Wade


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Post Posted 8 Jun 2016 7:17 am     bobby Flores bubble's in my beer Reply with quote

Randy Rinehart, what a player thanks Fred

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Bill Cunningham


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Post Posted 8 Jun 2016 6:37 pm     Reply with quote

Thanks for sharing! I don't have that CD but every one of Bobby's CD's I have includes one swing tune with Randy doing it like he is on this one!
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Justin Griffith


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Post Posted 9 Jun 2016 3:17 pm     Reply with quote

Randy is indeed a monster. I thought everyone knew him. 😬
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Bill Terry


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Post Posted 12 Jun 2016 8:33 am     Reply with quote

I think Randy personifies what folks like about a good wraparound.. and a good player.

A drummer buddy of mine gigged with him last night in Boerne, TX and took this photo. Cool cat..

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Mark Greenway


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Post Posted 12 Jun 2016 7:26 pm     Reply with quote

I hear the names: Palousek, Gary Carpenter, Jim Loessburg, Rick Price, Overby, Jr. Knight, and every once in a while a guy named David Wright.
I am shocked that I don't hear the name Rinehart more often around here. He is a monster alright. He is awesome. Tell us more about him. He should be featured at the Dallas Show.


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Justin Griffith


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Post Posted 13 Jun 2016 4:53 am     Reply with quote

I think the reason a lot of these guys don't play the steel show is that they are working all the time. Most of the guys I know personally would much rather go play a gig. They don't want to be in a fishbowl, they just want to make a living doing what they love.
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Bill Terry


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Post Posted 13 Jun 2016 4:56 am     Reply with quote

He plays piano and steel on this one:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OO0bKJJHS8
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robert kramer


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Post Posted 13 Jun 2016 7:22 am     Reply with quote

Bill Terry – Thanks for posting this photo of Randy Rhinehart and his steel guitar. Is this the “Horn of Plenty”?

There’s a story that Randy has a great Emmons Wraparound and that every time Buddy Emmons came around Randy would have Buddy hold the leg of his steel while Randy strummed the strings. It vibrated so much and sounded so great – they named it: “The Horn of Plenty.”

If Randy is NOT playing “The Horn of Plenty” on Bobby Flores’ “Bubbles in my Beer’ I don’t want to hear “The Horn of Plenty!!!"
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Mark Greenway


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Post Posted 13 Jun 2016 8:03 am     Reply with quote

Bill,

Randy did some great licks on that "If I Ever Need A Lady" that you posted. Love that turnaround break he did.

Thanks for posting.
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Bill Terry


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Post Posted 13 Jun 2016 8:17 am     Reply with quote

Robert,
I believe that is indeed the 'Horn of Plenty', and I've heard that story as well. Smile I think Justin has seen it up close and personal, and can probably chime in, but I've heard it's not exactly 'pristine' LOL. However it sounds great, so you tolerate the warts I suppose.

That said, I've heard Randy on other guitars, and it's the same old story we hear about all the good players, he still sounds like Randy.

Mark,
I agree, that's textbook.. He's one of those guys that was just born to play IMO.
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robert kramer


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Post Posted 13 Jun 2016 11:05 am     Reply with quote

Yes - Randy is textbook. That's how the steel should be played. Thanks for posting "Bubbles in My Beer." We have been playing it over it and over again. A great record. The rhythm section great, too! That's Texas for you.
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Tommy Detamore


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Post Posted 14 Jun 2016 6:19 am     Reply with quote

It most definitely was Randy on the "Horn Of Plenty"....I know...I was there Wink
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Dick Wood


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Post Posted 14 Jun 2016 9:52 am     Reply with quote

Some months back,we opened for Johnny Rodriguez and Randy was with him.Randy was having a little trouble getting around so I helped him put his steel on stage.

That poor thing looked like it had been drug to the gig behind the bus but what a great tone and licks to boot.

If you get the chance, go see him.
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Micky Byrne


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Post Posted 14 Jun 2016 2:09 pm     Re: bobby Flores bubble's in my beer Reply with quote

Yes...it's strange how his name hasn't been mentioned with the other steel "greats" ... The first I heard of him was in 1983 when my band backed Barbara Fairchild in Germany. The "stars" from Nashville in those days would sometimes do U.K. first, then off to Germany. It was financially better off for them to fly over and get a Brit band do the short tours. Barbara told me that she "WAS" married to Randy and he could do all the Emmons licks. At that time back in Nashville her band had Mike Smith on steel...Man I did my best on the tour but Randy or Mike I am not Laughing Barbara was so good to work with. She flew over with her mother in law.If we were hungry on the way back from gigs...All USAF air bases, she'd stop and get us band members KFC .... those German Autobahns can get you mighty hungry, and most of the gigs were a long way from our Frankfurt hotel.

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Bob Lawrence


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Post Posted 14 Jun 2016 2:35 pm     Reply with quote

This is an old post about Randy Reinhard:

http://steelguitarforum.com/Archives/Archive-000003/HTML/20011227-1-012434.html
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Bob Lawrence


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Post Posted 14 Jun 2016 3:07 pm     Reply with quote

Justin Trevino sits in with the Time Jumpers along with Randy Reinhard sitting in on steel.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ForWcduWJjM
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Bob Lawrence


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Post Posted 14 Jun 2016 3:13 pm     Reply with quote

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlD4PTRN3js

"Home in San Antone" Justin Trevino & Randy Reinhard sit in with the Time Jumpers 7/6/15
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Bob Lawrence


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Post Posted 14 Jun 2016 3:15 pm     Reply with quote

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmkd1VppxPY

It's All Over But The Crying - by Ronnie Pfeil

Recorded and mixed at:
Yellow Rose Studio, Blanco, TX.
Engineered and Mixed by Bobby Flores
Mastered by Tommy Detamore at Cherry Ridge Studio, Floresville, TX
Jim Loessberg and Jake Hooker appear courtesy of StarTex Records.
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Mark Greenway


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Post Posted 14 Jun 2016 6:26 pm     Reply with quote

Not a big deal, but I've seen his name spelled with a d and with a t on the end of his last name. So, is it Rinehard or Rinehart?

Does he ever get on the Forum?
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Bob Lawrence


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Post Posted 14 Jun 2016 6:45 pm     Reply with quote

@ Mark Greenway

re:Not a big deal, but I've seen his name spelled with a d and with a t on the end of his last name. So, is it Rinehard or Rinehart?

I'm not sure but when I see his name on CD's it's with a d

For example:

Credits

Drums - Jim Loessberg
Upright Bass - Jake Hooker
Piano - Randy Reinhard
Steel Guitar - Randy Reinhard (3,4,8,11,12), Dicky Overbey (1,9), Tommy Detamore (5), Rick Price (2,10) Jim Loessberg (7), Bobby Flores (6).
Guitars, Fiddles - Bobby Flores
Background Vocals - Laura Cash, Hank Singer (10), Greg Flores (12)
Guest Fiddle Players - Kevin Carter (8,11), R.J. Smith (8,11), Hank Singer (4,7,10,12), Coby Carter (3,4) Laura Cash (3,5,6), Ron Knuth (12), John Schattenburg (4,12).
Produced and mixed by Bobby Flores and Robert De La Garza. Engineered by Robert De La Garza.
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Mark Greenway


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Post Posted 14 Jun 2016 7:24 pm     Reply with quote

Smile

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Jim Smith


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Valley Ranch (north Irving), TX, USA
Post Posted 14 Jun 2016 9:02 pm     Reply with quote

Mark Greenway wrote:
So, he was married to Barbara Mandrell at one time?

No, he was married to Barbara Fairchild.
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Micky Byrne


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Post Posted 15 Jun 2016 1:37 am     Reply with quote

Jim...reread my post ....I said FAIRCHILD....Barbara was really into steel Very Happy

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