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Derek Blalock


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Birmingham, Alabama, USA
Post  Posted 14 Jan 2019 7:18 pm    
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Just curious:

Anyone here have a steel break that just gets you every single time you hear it as of late?No matter where you might be - listening alone, a restaurant, the car, Christmas with your family - just a steel solo that sends chills down your spine even the 1000th time you hear it.

Today I decided mine is Marty Stuart’s “This One’s Gonna Hurt You” mainly because of the sheer fluidity of it. A killer 12 seconds from John Hughey, indeed.

Lemme hear ‘em!
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Darvin Willhoite


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Roxton, Tx. USA
Post  Posted 14 Jan 2019 7:51 pm    
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Two really make me sit up and take notice; on Ricky Scaggs' "Country Boy", and Tim McGraw's "Just To See Her Smile".
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Jack Stanton


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Post  Posted 14 Jan 2019 8:33 pm    
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Buddy Emmons' break on John Hartfords Gentle On My Mind. It's been 30 years since I first heard it and still makes my head spin every time I listen to it
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Tony Glassman


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Post  Posted 14 Jan 2019 8:39 pm    
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Chalker’s intro & solo on Carl Smith’s “I Love You Because “ redux
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Jim Cohen


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Post  Posted 14 Jan 2019 9:15 pm    
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Lost in the Feeling
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Tim Sergent


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Hendersonville, TN, USA
Post  Posted 14 Jan 2019 9:41 pm    
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Nothing Can Hurt You (Lloyd Green featuring Ricky Skaggs)
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Jack Hanson


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San Luis Valley, USA
Post  Posted 14 Jan 2019 9:55 pm    
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Jack Stanton wrote:
Buddy Emmons' break on John Hartfords Gentle On My Mind. It's been 30 years since I first heard it and still makes my head spin every time I listen to it

That's the one I would pick on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. And Buddy's solo on Roger Miller's Tall Tall Trees on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
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Ricky Davis


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Buda, Texas USA
Post  Posted 14 Jan 2019 9:58 pm    
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Oh there's only ONE.
Intro and turn at 1:50.

https://youtu.be/-0lElD-qYzc

RIP Papa John.
Ricky
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John De Maille


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Post  Posted 14 Jan 2019 10:39 pm    
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There are two that grab me, really soulfully
Look at Us and Lost in the Feeling
I love listening to them and love playing them.
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Bill Fisher


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Oklahoma, USA
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 12:47 am    
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Together Again: Tom Brumley, with Buck Owens.

Bill
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Billy Murdoch


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Glasgow, Scotland, U.K.
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 1:18 am    
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John Hughey solo when Dawn Sears sang Sweet Memories with the time jumpers.
Bring out the Kleenex.
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Bobby Nelson


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North Carolina, USA
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 4:21 am    
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I agree with the Time Jumper's Sweet Memories (the entire take, and all it's parts are tearjerkers!), but, I'm going to have to say it's a toss up for me - and both are Jimmy Day: #1 - Charlie Walker - Pick Me Up On Your Way Down; and #2 - Johnny Bush - Farewell Party.
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Ken Boi


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Illinois, USA
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 4:55 am    
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Ricky Davis wrote:
Oh there's only ONE.
Intro and turn at 1:50.

https://youtu.be/-0lElD-qYzc

RIP Papa John.
Ricky

Wow! This is unique. I can't really say it would be a favorite of mine but the tension it creates. Whew! Nice one Mr. Hughey.
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Hook Moore


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South Charleston,West Virginia
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 4:56 am    
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Buddy on the San Antonio medley from Hillside records with Darrell MCCall, Ray Sanders and Curtiss Potter..
Starts around 47
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38zUnIbeSOE&feature=share
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gary pierce


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Rossville TN
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 5:27 am    
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Loyd Green on Remember When by Alan Jackson.
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Jim Pollard


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Cedar Park, Texas, USA
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 5:51 am    
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Pop a Top Again - the Jim Ed version. It's been in my head since Texas street dances as a kid.
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Rick Barnhart


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Arizona, USA
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 6:25 am    
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There are two that get me every time. Dan Dugmore’s solo on Linda’s Blue Bayou, and John Hughey on Vince Gill’s Look at Us.
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Jack Goodson


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Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 7:02 am     i just destroyed the world?
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i know i am probably not remembering right, but i had the album (working girl). i always thought that lou houston did that?....thanks jack
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Ron Hogan


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Nashville, TN, usa
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 7:09 am    
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Buddy's turn around on DRIVING NAILS IN MY COFFIN by Johnny Bush. Almost sounds as if he has a compressor on.


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Ronald Heinzel


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Hollister, California, USA
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 7:36 am    
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Al Perkins with Manassas. So Begins the Task
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J R Rose


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Keota, Oklahoma, USA
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 7:50 am    
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Never get tired of this, "Together Again" by Tom Brumley, always gets my attention and would like to add Blue Bayou with Dan Dugmore and Linda Ronstad. Of course, like most all of us on here there are lots more
that are favorites. "Girl In The Glass by Mike Sigler and Buddy Emmons "Broken Down In Tiny Pieces", Oh well, the list goes on and on. J.R.
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Zach Parish


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Asbury, MO USA
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 7:55 am    
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There Ain't No Future in the Past by Vince Gill. If that one don't give you goosebumps something is wrong!
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Chris Tarrow


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Maplewood, NJ
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 8:05 am    
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Weldon Myrick on Dwight Yoakam's "Heart That You Own"

https://open.spotify.com/track/1LudKXtvjEdK5Z9KkznyCp
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Tony Glassman


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Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 9:24 am    
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Ricky Davis wrote:
Oh there's only ONE.
Intro and turn at 1:50.

https://youtu.be/-0lElD-qYzc

RIP Papa John.
Ricky


I agree with Ricky. That’s my number 2 favorite - right after the above mentioned Chalker ride. Followed by Jimmy Day’s open string work on the instrumental version of “Wild Side of Life “.
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Randy Schneider


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Hanover, NM USA
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2019 9:46 am    
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Chris Tarrow wrote:
Weldon Myrick on Dwight Yoakam's "Heart That You Own"


I'm with ya on that solo, Chris -- but I think Tom Brumley was the player.
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