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Nic du Toit


From:
Milnerton, Cape, South Africa
Post Posted 19 Aug 2009 4:50 am     Reply with quote

Basil,
Magnificent!...... That's some of the best and nicest non-pedal I've heard in years. I can't even play it like that on my Pedal steel! Very enjoyable, listening to a master player.
Thanks for sharing the link.
Regards,
Nic
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basilh


From:
United Kingdom
Post Posted 19 Aug 2009 8:04 pm     Reply with quote

Thank you so much Nic, it's comments like yours that make the journey worthwhile.
Charles has also posted me playing my Emmons(E9th)
Blue Velvet

Just done in my bedroom for fun, see this Click Here
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Bill Stafford


From:
Gulfport,Ms. USA
Post Posted 23 Aug 2009 5:57 pm     Sample Song from my New CD Reply with quote

Charles, thanks so very much for this site and all you do for our wonderful steel guitar world. I really appreciate you inserting a song from my just recorded CD-at Gene Breeden's Studio, Nashville. Had a great time with all those very high quality session players that Gene had lined up for me. Hope my efforts are worthwhile. Thanks to all.
Bill Stafforde
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John Floyd


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Post Posted 23 Aug 2009 6:07 pm     Wow! Reply with quote

Bill
I am listening to "My Mother's Eyes" right now and this is the best I have heard from you in the 42 years I have known you. There is a lesson in Touch, Tone and Taste here for any musician. The 3 T's, you nailed them all.
Congratulations
Can't wait to get my copy.
John
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Bill Stafford


From:
Gulfport,Ms. USA
Post Posted 25 Aug 2009 4:20 am     John F Reply with quote

Thanks John, coming from you-with all your experience in our steel guitar world-your comments are most appreciated and cherished.
Only thing, after all these years of knowing you, I seem to not recognize your picture.???
Seriously, John is one of the better bass players and musicians around and for him to recognize my efforts is the best there is. Thanks. Wish you well, my friend.
Bill Stafford
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Vernon Hester


From:
Cayce,SC USA, R.I.P.
Post Posted 27 Aug 2009 9:30 pm     Long Black Limousine Reply with quote

Charles has posted my version of this tune.
Vern

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Al Marcus


From:
Cedar Springs,MI USA * R.I.P.
Post Posted 4 Sep 2009 8:52 pm     Fred Welch Reply with quote

I have been too busy to get on the Forum much lately, but I did get to download a song by my good Fred Welch, "Wind Beneath My Wings".

Sounds like he is playing with great feeling, and a nice quiet light touch and good tone on his old S12 MSA "Universal".
Nice backup band too.
Thanks again to Charles Tilley for his great website..al..
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basilh


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United Kingdom
Post Posted 13 Sep 2009 3:16 pm     Reply with quote

Hi Al, I'm looking forward to what you have to say about my latest efforts.. Whoa! Whoa!
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Al Marcus


From:
Cedar Springs,MI USA * R.I.P.
Post Posted 13 Sep 2009 4:34 pm     Reply with quote

Hi Basil-I finally had the time to download your new song "Blue Velvet" Last night. As a player with your experience shows, it was an Excellent rendition. Very nice chords and smooth playing, good tone, nice smooth key change, and a great novel ending. Great backup with a nice beat too.I liked it.

It sure is nice for us to be able to enjoy this website by Charles Tilley to hear all the fine steel guitar players from the Forum. Thanks Tilley. I only wish that more players would put on their favorite solos every month for us to enjoy...al.: Very Happy Cool
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Gene Jones


From:
Oklahoma City, OK USA, R.I.P.
Post Posted 21 Sep 2009 8:58 am     Reply with quote

How appropriate for his legacy that it is that the last post by Al before his death was to recognize and compliment another steel guitar players' work.

Al, who was an innovator on the evolution of the pedal steel-guitar, down-graded himself and praised all of those who played the steel-guitar, regardless of their ability.

May God bless Al, and give him the recognition that he missed during his life-time.
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Bob Simons


From:
Kansas City, Mo, USA
Post Posted 21 Sep 2009 10:44 am     Reply with quote

Hi everyone! I recently posted a lap steel tune called "Stoney." This is the first time I have put a steel song of mine up to be heard. I'd appreciate (and I'm sure learn from) any comments you may have to offer. Thanks....
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Nic du Toit


From:
Milnerton, Cape, South Africa
Post Posted 21 Sep 2009 11:14 am     Reply with quote

Bob, Where is this posting of yours?
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Nic du Toit


From:
Milnerton, Cape, South Africa
Post Posted 21 Sep 2009 11:17 am     Panhandle Rag - John Davis Reply with quote

Great version......which instrument was this played on?
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Bob Simons


From:
Kansas City, Mo, USA
Post Posted 21 Sep 2009 11:30 am     Reply with quote

I posted on the East Texas Steel Guitar Players Website- however, my post was so recent it probably isn't up yet...guess I jumped the gun a bit asking for comments....thanks for inquiring...
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Bob Simons


From:
Kansas City, Mo, USA
Post Posted 22 Sep 2009 4:51 am     Reply with quote

My Lap Steel tune "Stoney"

http://www.etsga.org/bobsimons_Stoney%281%29.mpeg.mp3
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Bill Stafford


From:
Gulfport,Ms. USA
Post Posted 22 Sep 2009 6:08 am     Thanks Charles Reply with quote

I especially want to thank Charles for posting a song from my latest CD. My friend, Al Marcus had been requesting me to have another one posted and I only wish that he had a chance to hear it. Al and I had much in common with our music and this song Charles has inserted here-"My Mother's Eyes"- is just one link in the friendship Al and I shared over the many years. Now, I hope this song and my efforts to play it will be enjoyed by all his other friends.
Bill Stafford
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Vernon Hester


From:
Cayce,SC USA, R.I.P.
Post Posted 4 Oct 2009 1:09 pm     New tunes Reply with quote

Charles,
Has uploaded 2 tunes for October. "Family Bible and Blues".
Come Listen.
Thanks Charles.
Vernon Hester

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Nic du Toit


From:
Milnerton, Cape, South Africa
Post Posted 7 Oct 2009 11:12 pm     Reply with quote

My version of "Healing hands of time" is now listed.
Hope you enjoy it!
Regards,
Nic
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David Wren


From:
Placerville, California, USA
Post Posted 12 Oct 2009 8:48 am     Reply with quote

I spent last night listening to the steel clips on this web site... so much fun! Big thanks to Charles Tilley for maintaining this great tool for sharing steel player's clips from around the world!

I added my own contribution at http://www.etsga.org/davewrens_stardust.mpeg.mp3

Checking out this web site will be on my regular activities from now on Smile
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Ray Leroux


From:
Vulcan Alberta CANADA/Thousand Palms CA.
Post Posted 22 Oct 2009 12:32 pm     Reply with quote

Basil, A lovely rendition of an old favorite. Thank you for sharing it Ray
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Vernon Hester


From:
Cayce,SC USA, R.I.P.
Post Posted 22 Nov 2009 3:31 pm     Blue Skies and Kings Seranade Reply with quote

Tilley has posted my 2 new tunes on his site.
"Blue Skies" I cut about 15 years ago on my MSA.
"Kings Seranade". Cut this morning on my Zum.
Come listen.
Thanks Tilley.
Vern

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Vernon Hester


From:
Cayce,SC USA, R.I.P.
Post Posted 5 Jan 2010 2:48 pm     New Jan Tunes Reply with quote

Tilley,
Has posted Song For Sara and one of my Rickenbacker tunes. Come listen
Vern

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Bill Stafford


From:
Gulfport,Ms. USA
Post Posted 10 Jan 2010 4:46 am     Song from my latest project Reply with quote

Want to thank Charles for all he does supporting all of us in our love for our music.
I recently had the pleasure of completing a new cd project at Breeden's Studio in Nashville. When I heard that Clinton Gregory would be the session violinist, I wanted to swap fours with him. Charles has just inserted my version of "Cold, Cold War". Hope some of you like this one and please give a large amount of credit to Clinton G, Gene Breeden, Jamie Bowles on piano, John Heinrich on bass. Barry Wayne on drums and Kraig Hutchins on acoustic guitar.
Thanks again Charles for all of this music on your site. See you in Dallas soon.
Bill Stafford
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Brian Henry


Post Posted 15 Jan 2010 2:46 pm     LILY DALE & BLUE EYES Reply with quote

Charlie, Thank you for putting Lily Dale and Blue Eyes up on your site. If anyoner wants the tab or back tracks just email me.
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John H. McGlothlin


From:
Raton, New Mexico
Post Posted 4 Feb 2010 8:41 am     Reply with quote

Howdy Folks Howdy. Charles has posted my song for Feb. it is "Making Plans" a Conway and Loretta song, I used the rhythm track that I bought from John Hughey Music. Take a listen http://www.etsga.org/John%20McGlothlin_Making%20Plans.mpeg.mp3
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