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David Zornes


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Ohio, USA
Post  Posted 9 Feb 2019 1:13 pm    
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Does anyone happen to know the names of the musicians that Jeff used on his rhythm tracks? They were so tight and solid. The rhythm tracks sounds as clean and pure today as they did when he brought out his courses.
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bob drawbaugh


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scottsboro, al. usa
Post  Posted 11 Feb 2019 7:02 am    
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On the LP A few good Friends.

Jeff Newman Rhythm Guitar
Steve Champman Rhythm Guitar
Johnny Gimble Rhythm Guitar
Billy Linneman Bass
D.J. Fontana Drums
Jerry Whitehurst Piano
Steve Chapman Lead Guitar, Bass guitar
Jeff Newman Steel Guitar
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David Zornes


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Ohio, USA
Post  Posted 12 Feb 2019 8:56 pm     Newman’s rhythm tracks
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Thanks Bob.
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Jack Stoner


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Inverness, Fl
Post  Posted 13 Feb 2019 3:23 am    
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I suspect Bob Browning should be on the list. Bob did the singing on a lot of his instructional material. Bob is a guitar and bass player.

I worked with Bob at Little Roy Wiggins Lower Broadway music store in the early 70's.
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David Zornes


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Post  Posted 14 Feb 2019 5:12 pm     Jeff’s rhythm tracks.
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Thanks Jack.
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Pete Burak


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Portland, OR USA
Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 9:59 am    
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The week I was there, July 82, the guitar player was a guy that Jeff called "The Face". I think his name was Marvin Linear.
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David Zornes


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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 11:26 am     Tracks
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Thanks Pete. I appreciate it. Jeffs rhythm tracks were among the best.
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Herb Steiner


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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 4:57 pm    
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Pete Burak wrote:
The week I was there, July 82, the guitar player was a guy that Jeff called "The Face". I think his name was Marvin Linear.


Back in '79, I did a package tour in a house band with several artists. Marvin Lanier was Don Gibson's guitarist/bandleader, meaning he told all the pickup musicians how to watch for Don's onstage signals. As in "when Don yells 'steel man' over the mic, you play your ass off." Wink Cool guy.
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