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David Becker


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Post  Posted 8 Sep 2019 9:22 pm    
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on PBS. Who was the pedal steel player? Thanks.
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John De Maille


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On a Mountain in Upstate Halcottsville, N.Y.
Post  Posted 8 Sep 2019 9:53 pm    
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Paul Franklin
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David Becker


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Post  Posted 9 Sep 2019 5:42 am    
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Thanks. That was my guess. I'm pretty new to music and especially to steel guitar, so I don't recognize a lot of musicians my face (yet).
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David Becker


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California, USA
Post  Posted 9 Sep 2019 5:43 am    
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"by" face. Gotta proofread more carefully!
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Jerry Horch


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Alva, Florida, USA
Post  Posted 9 Sep 2019 5:48 am     Counrty Music
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It was great to see and hear Paul playing so tastefully with lots of camera time to boot.Not to mention all the other greats included in the band...thanks Paul
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John Spaulding


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Wisconsin, USA
Post  Posted 9 Sep 2019 6:03 am    
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Watch it online: Country Music
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James Collett


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San Dimas, CA
Post  Posted 9 Sep 2019 8:03 am    
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I especially appreciated Paul's nods to the various players on the original sessions...the Hal Rugg licks in "Coal Miner's Daughter", etc. Reverence without imitation.
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Marc Muller


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Neptune,NJ USA
Post  Posted 9 Sep 2019 11:16 am    
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Wow. What a house band. Ricky Skaggs style and grace. Marty Stuart mando. 1st saw him Williamsburg Bluegrass fest in 75. I remember at 15 the buzz about this 16 whiz with Lester Flatt. Still have pics. Did CMA's and brought them for Marty to see. Cracked up at the green polyester suits they wore.
Oh, and Paul Franklin perfect pure country steel. Makes me want to practice and give up at the same time!
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Jerry Overstreet


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Louisville Ky
Post  Posted 9 Sep 2019 1:38 pm    
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I caught probably the last half. I recognized some of the musicians....Paul, Vinny, Stuart, Ricky and a few others of course, but the credits went by so fast I missed who was on the dobro?

It was interesting to say the least....and informative. I, for one, did not know that Dolly's "I Will Always Love You" was a song she wrote as her resignation statement from Porter.

Happy to see some country music on TV. I'll watch for it...as I know it will be coming back.
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Richard Sinkler


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Post  Posted 9 Sep 2019 2:12 pm    
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Justin Mose listed as dobro player.
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Jerry Overstreet


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Post  Posted 9 Sep 2019 3:28 pm    
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....ahh. Justin Moses. Thanks Richard. I believe he is married to Sierra Hull. I know he played in her band. Somebody correct me if I'm wrong.
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Howard Parker


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Clarksburg,MD USA
Post  Posted 9 Sep 2019 4:12 pm    
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You are NOT wrong!
Very nice guy, extraordinary multi-instrumentalist.

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joe long


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Texas, USA
Post  Posted 9 Sep 2019 4:57 pm    
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I couldn't hear the steel. Way to low through our San Antonio station.
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Jim Pitman


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Post  Posted 10 Sep 2019 2:14 am    
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Yeh I think Paul was a little low in the mix but I could tell he played some historically accurate PSG as well as his own interpretations. tx Mr tasteful.
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Mike Selecky


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BrookPark, Ohio
Post  Posted 10 Sep 2019 6:14 am    
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The camera work on this show was outstanding - no searching for the instrumentalist when their fill or solo came up - loved all the multi-angle stage shots!
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Roger Rettig


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Naples, FL
Post  Posted 10 Sep 2019 9:27 am    
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It sounded to me as though Paul's channel was down and we heard him 'leaking' on to another mic. I may be wrong but if his signal had been recorded you'd have thought that they'd have lifted him in the eventual mix.

Very good camera on all instrumentalists and at the right time - unusual!
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Clyde Mattocks


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Kinston, North Carolina, USA
Post  Posted 12 Sep 2019 9:33 pm    
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You're right Roger. Paul's solo spots weren't up in the mix like the other lead instruments.
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Harold Dye


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Cullman, Alabama, USA
Post  Posted 13 Sep 2019 5:10 am    
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Watched it the first time and it was aired again on PBS last night. Watched it again. Apparently there is going to be more country music shows by the same producer on PBS Sunday night that will last about 4-5 hrs.
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Sonny Jenkins


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New Braunfels, Tx. 78130
Post  Posted 13 Sep 2019 5:49 am    
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Harold,,my understanding is there will be 16 hours,,in 2 hour segments,,,I think every Sunday night for 8 weeks??? The entire 16 hours is available around 100 bucks I think?
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Jason Stillwell


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Soper, OK, USA
Post  Posted 13 Sep 2019 6:36 am    
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I haven't watched the whole thing yet, but I was knocked out by Vince's lead ride on Pancho & Lefty, I rewound Paul's intro to Coal Miner's Daughter a couple of times, and I almost stood up and cheered when Skaggs kicked into Don't Get Above Your Raisin' (but would have loved to hear a Paul Franklin steel solo on that one!).
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