The steel solo from “One Night Stand” on the 1974 “Windfall" album by Rick Nelson and The Stone Canyon Band.
I might have guessed Rusty Young on this – 1974, country rock after all – but the tip-off that it’s Tom is the way he uses the second-string lowers. Click HERE for Tom's copedent.
From his SGHOF plaque:
WITH HIS IMPACT ON "TOGETHER AGAIN" TOM'S "PURE" STEEL SOUND INFLUENCED ALL STYLES FROM THE '60'S FORWARD. TOURING, COMPOSING AND RECORDING, HE GAVE THE BUCKAROOS AND STONE CANYON BANDS AN IDENTITY WITH HIS ZB. HE BUILT ZB STEELS FOR A TIME BUT CONTINUED PERFORMING. TOM BROADLY INFLUENCED COUNTRY AND ROCK PLAYERS AND CREATED A 30-YEAR LEGACY OF "THE BRUMLEY TOUCH."
BORN: DECEMBER 11, 1935 STELLA, MISSOURI
DIED: FEBRUARY 3, 2009
Sweet, I love this song ! Thank you so much! _________________ 1974 Sho Bud "The Professional"; 1969 Fender Twin Reverb; Fender Hot Rod Deluxe; BJS Bar "John Hughey"; Goodrich Steel Driver III; Live Steel Strings