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Johnie King


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Tennessee, USA
Post  Posted 5 Aug 2022 6:00 pm    
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Thanks y'all I have a forum member sending me this album.




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Greg Cutshaw


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Corry, PA, USA
Post  Posted 6 Aug 2022 5:59 am    
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Here's a blog post with the song "Too Many Miles" and a picture and text of the album back. I think I have most of these tunes as wma files and can easily convert them to mp3's and post a link to them if nobody comes up with a copy of the album. Of course you've pry already seen the $26 vinyl copy available on Amazon. My wma copies are from the album I have and are pristine including full bodies bass and clear highs including the reverb trails with no audible artifacts.


http://artworkbymanicmark.blogspot.com/2017/01/zane-beck-plays-new-zb-model.html

From the back cover: Zane became world famous as a performer with top Country-Western artists such as Billy Walker, Red Sovine, and many, many other Grand Old Opera stars.

Zane expanded his talents when he engineered and constructed his own pedal steel guitar. In the following years, this guitar became known to many as one of the world's finest steel guitars. In 1968, he sold his guitar company and semi-retired on his Arkansas farm. He still acts in an advisory capacity to the Phoenix-based Aerospace Corporation who purchased the ZB Guitar Company.

During the last ten years, Zane has had numerous requests to make a recording but has always declined. This feeling changed in late 1971, when the all-new ZB Student Model was introduced. He couldn't wait to show the new pedal steel players, as well as the old, what can be accomplished with this fine instrument. – Bill Sims - President, ZB Guitar Co.

Zane's Blues
For The Good Times
Gentle On My Mind
It's All Up To You
Plenty Of Time
Take These Chains From My Heart
Cowboy Shuffle
Have You Ever Been Lonely
Crazy Arms
Cold, Cold Heart
Hey Good Lookin'
Too Many Miles
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Dan Burnham


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Greenfield, Tennessee
Post  Posted 6 Aug 2022 9:28 am     Please publish the link please
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Greg,
Would you please do that. I would love to get a copy of these. I can convert them to mp3 if you need me to.
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Dan
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Greg Cutshaw


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Corry, PA, USA
Post  Posted 6 Aug 2022 5:31 pm    
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Here's the one's I found so far. Not all are from that album. These were saved on my old Zune recorder and converted from LP to wma and now to mp3. I will post more if I can find them!

https://www.gregcutshaw.com/Zane%20Beck/

I think at least 6 of these are from the student guitar album.
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Dan Burnham


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Greenfield, Tennessee
Post  Posted 7 Aug 2022 12:22 pm     Thanks
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Thanks so much Greg!

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Mike DiAlesandro


From:
Kent, Ohio
Post  Posted 7 Aug 2022 3:36 pm     Zane Beck Meets Bobby Caldwell
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Here for your listening pleasure is the album -Zane Beck Meets Bobby Caldwell

https://www.steelguitarsohio.com/zane_beck



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