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Chris Templeton


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The Green Mountain State
Post Posted 7 Dec 2017 3:04 pm     Reply with quote

This is a song I wrote called "Paris". I play rhythm guitar and the fuzz steel, Buddy E. plays steel (C6th), Terry Wedding on guitar, Raymond Blanchet-piano, David Smith on Bass and Bob Mater on drums: http://picosong.com/wFhhK/

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Jim Cohen


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Post Posted 7 Dec 2017 3:24 pm     Reply with quote

Sounds great! Is Buddy using a Pitchrider or some kind of synth converter?
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Chris Templeton


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Post Posted 7 Dec 2017 3:37 pm     Reply with quote

Thank you, Jim. That's a Korg unit that came out before the Pitchrider. I can't remember the model name.
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Fred Treece


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Post Posted 7 Dec 2017 10:18 pm     Reply with quote

Good stuff. I love that ending.
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Chris Templeton


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Post Posted 7 Dec 2017 10:45 pm     Reply with quote

Thank you, Fred. A 6/8 shift on the ending. An E9 song for you, Fred: http://picosong.com/wFAed/
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robert kramer


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Nashville TN
Post Posted 8 Dec 2017 4:38 am     Reply with quote

Chris - Thanks again for posting all these find recordings. Can I ask what year this was cut?
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Charlie McDonald


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Post Posted 8 Dec 2017 6:14 am     Reply with quote

I enjoyed Blues and Greens, Chris. Thanks for giving us a listen.

I'm always surprised at the range of things Mr. E played on. You never really know what to expect. This particular tributary in jazz is one that's familiar and comfortable to me. I dig hearing Buddy as a 'session player.' Smile
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Chris Templeton


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Post Posted 8 Dec 2017 6:26 am     Reply with quote

Thank you, Charlie.
Robert, "Greens & Blues" was cut in 1986 at Hilltop Studios, in Madison. The engineer was John Nicholson.
Here's Buddy from that session:

I'm pretty sure that is an MCI guitar Buddy's playing.
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Fred Treece


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Post Posted 8 Dec 2017 10:23 am     Reply with quote

Chris Templeton wrote:
Thank you, Fred. A 6/8 shift on the ending. An E9 song for you, Fred: http://picosong.com/wFAed/

Sweet! Very lyrical playing. Thanks, Chris.

That pic of Buddy - for all our chatter about posture and proper arm positioning - is he deliberately doing everything wrong here just to show that even a slouch with crappy technique can sound great? Cool
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Chris Templeton


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Post Posted 8 Dec 2017 7:31 pm     Reply with quote

Thank you, Fred. Please go into more detail about what looks wrong to you.
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Jerry Overstreet


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Louisville Ky
Post Posted 8 Dec 2017 8:40 pm     Reply with quote

Fine composition Chris. I enjoyed listening to both tunes. I also revisited your 2012 post with the photos of all those legends. Thanks for that too.
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Fred Treece


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Post Posted 8 Dec 2017 11:49 pm     Reply with quote

Chris Templeton wrote:
Thank you, Fred. Please go into more detail about what looks wrong to you.

Since its Buddy, there is absolutely nothing wrong. In fact, he looks like he's having a wonderful time, and that's what it's all about, isn't it?
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Chris Templeton


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Post Posted 9 Dec 2017 7:33 am     Reply with quote

Yes, Fred, the fun. I've posted this picture before. When the first Batman movie came out, somebody on the Everly Brothers road crew got a hold of this cardboard promo thing and set it on Buddy's pac-a-seat, so when he arrived for soundcheck, this is what he saw. I think there was an inside joke that went along with it. Maybe something to do with something Buddy played. I don't know

This was at the South Shore Music Circus, in Massachusetts.
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