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SWAMPERS
MUSCLE SHOALS STUDIOS
DAVID HOOD
MUSCLE SHOALS RHYTHM SECTION
NASHVILLE
AMERICAN MUSIC
MUSIC INDUSTRY
RECORDING STUDIO
MUSICAL STYLES
GREAT MUSIC
HIT SINGLES
PERCY SLEDGE
TENNESSEE
BACK
AMERICAN COUNTRY MUSIC SINGER
POP HIT
WORK
SESSION WORK
JAMMING
RECORD
CITY
FIRST MAYOR
JACKSONVILLE
NASHVILLE STAR
SOUL
ARETHA FRANKLIN
SESSION PLAYER
DUANE ALLMAN
ALABAMA
MUSCLE SHOALS
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Definitions

  1. Muscle Shoals is a city of southern hospitality that not only has an exciting history, but a promising future. (Web site)
  2. So you see, Muscle Shoals is not just kicking back and living on its laurels; the Muscle Shoals Sound is very much alive and going strong. (Web site)

Swampers

  1. The Swampers are a session band in Muscle Shoals. (Web site)

Muscle Shoals Studios

  1. Sledge recorded at Muscle Shoals studios in Alabama, where he frequently sang songs written by Spooner Oldham and Dan Penn. (Web site)

David Hood

  1. David Hood is a world class bassist from Muscle Shoals, Alabama. (Web site)

Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section

  1. After arriving in the small town, he was introduced to the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section ("The Swampers") who had recorded this song with Mavis Staples. (Web site)

Nashville

  1. Joe South began as a session guitarist, working in both Nashville and Muscle Shoals.

American Music

  1. Muscle Shoals remains a fascinating study of American music, and today is at once a landmark and distinguished contributor to popular recordings.

Music Industry

  1. Without question, Muscle Shoals is among the world's most unassuming "music capitals" in that it remains unspoiled by the music industry.

Recording Studio

  1. Eventually he was discovered by the owner of a recording studio in Muscle Shoals, Ala., which led to a full-time gig playing for other artists.

Musical Styles

  1. What is most unusual about the area, musically speaking, is the cross-pollination of musical styles that originated in Muscle Shoals. (Web site)

Great Music

  1. I grew up in Florence, Alabama, right across the river from Muscle Shoals, where great music is just a way of life.

Hit Singles

  1. He was looking for a hit single and the Muscle Shoals cuts had no radio top ten type of hit singles. (Web site)

Percy Sledge

  1. Percy Sledge had put Muscle Shoals on the map, and his brand of deep southern soul along with it. (Web site)

Tennessee

  1. Key studios that produced Southern soul were Stax Records in Memphis, Tennessee, and several located in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.

Back

  1. Back in Muscle Shoals, Duane started a career as a studio guitarist. (Web site)
  2. When we got back to California we played the tape we made in Muscle Shoals for our producer and he didn't like it. (Web site)

American Country Music Singer

  1. Gary Nichols (born 1978 in Muscle Shoals, Alabama) is an American country music singer. (Web site)

Pop Hit

  1. A return to Muscle Shoals brought forth a pop hit on Buddah with 'Every Day I Have To Cry Some' (No 45 in 1975) but the renaissance was short-lived.

Work

  1. Simon was surprised to be told that he would have to travel to Muscle Shoals to work with the artists. (Web site)
  2. Rece Davis, the pride of Muscle Shoals, got a chance to come to his home state this week to work the Troy-Middle Tennessee football game Tuesday night.

Session Work

  1. The others went to do session work in Muscle Shoals. (Web site)

Jamming

  1. While in Muscle Shoals, Duane began jamming with Johnny Lee Johnson - now known as Jaimoe - a drummer who was deeply rooted in jazz.

Record

  1. They recorded two albums of outside material (Hourglass, 1967, and Power of Love, 1968) before heading to Muscle Shoals, Alabama, to record at Fame Studios.

City

  1. The 1990s brought major change to the city of Muscle Shoals.

First Mayor

  1. On May 28, 1923, George McBride was elected the first mayor of Muscle Shoals with a total of 26 votes.

Jacksonville

  1. So he hooked up with drummer Jai Johnny (Jaimo) Johnson and hit the scene, jamming in places between Jacksonville, Florida, and Muscle Shoals. (Web site)
  2. Between sessions in Muscle Shoals, Allman made trips to Jacksonville to try to snag bassist Berry Oakley out of the Second Coming.

Nashville Star

  1. The 2007 winner of Nashville Star was 29-year-old Angela Hacker from Muscle Shoals, Alabama, who finished just ahead of her younger brother, Zac.

Soul

  1. In the '60s, Atlantic was the top exponent of both Brill Building pop and Muscle Shoals soul. (Web site)
  2. In many cases, such as Wilson Pickett's work for Atlantic, Muscle Shoals and its integrated country influenced soul did provided a core studio sound.

Aretha Franklin

  1. Aretha Franklin also recorded most of her work at Muscle Shoals (or at least with Muscle Shoals musicians - even if recorded in New York). (Web site)
  2. Prior to 1970, Donna Jean Godchaux had worked as a back-up singer in Muscle Shoals, appearing on songs by Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin and Otis Redding. (Web site)

Session Player

  1. He played Stratocasters while a session player at Muscle Shoals. (Web site)

Duane Allman

  1. Carr later replaced Duane Allman as session player at Muscle Shoals Sound when Allman left to form the Allman Brothers Band. (Web site)
  2. One of the first musicians to catch his attention was Duane Allman, who at the time was a little-known guitarist doing session work at Muscle Shoals Studios.

Alabama

  1. The Hour Glass had recorded songs in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, at Rick Hall's FAME Studios which was known for innovative productions and great sound.
  2. The part of Alabama that's familiarly known as The Shoals actually consists of four municipalities: Florence, Muscle Shoals, Sheffield and Tuscumbia. (Web site)
  3. Fort Henry's fall opened the Tennessee River to Union gunboats and shipping as far as Muscle Shoals, Alabama. (Web site)

Muscle Shoals

  1. After its second album, The Hour Glass broke up and Duane Allman returned to the South, playing sessions at FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
  2. Getting fed up with Muscle Shoals, in March Allman took Jaimoe with him back to Jacksonville, Florida, where they moved in with Butch Trucks. (Web site)
  3. Duane frequently traveled to Muscle Shoals, Alabama and played backup guitar with such great singers as Aretha Franklin, King Curtis and Percy Sledge. (Web site)

Categories

  1. World > Countries > United States > Alabama
  2. Musical Instruments > Guitars > Guitarists > Duane Allman
  3. Music > Gospel Music > Gospel Singers > Aretha Franklin
  4. Music > Country Music > Grand Ole Opry > Nashville Star
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