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WORKING
NASHVILLE
ELECTRIC BASS
ALLMAN
DUANE
SOUL SINGER
GOODMAN
DRUMMING
SOLO
BOWMAN
JIMMY PAGE
DRUMMER
PLAYING DRUMS
ROD STEWART
MUSCLE SHOALS
ALBUM
WRITING SONGS
JOHN DENVER
SESSION WORK
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Definitions

  1. My session work was invaluable. (Web site)

Working

  1. Robertson is reportedly working on a new album with Eric Clapton; fellow surviving member Garth Hudson does session work for Neko Case and Teddy Thompson.
  2. The couple moved to New York that year where he led the life of a jazz musician; working the clubs and doing session work. (Web site)

Nashville

  1. Four years later, Haynes moved to Nashville to do session work, but the Allman connection was still there.

Electric Bass

  1. As a result of session work at this time, Bruce switched from double bass to electric bass.

Allman

  1. Meanwhile, Allman continued contributing session work to other artists' albums whenever he could. (Web site)

Duane

  1. Meanwhile, Duane continued contributing session work to other artists' albums whenever he could.

Soul Singer

  1. Like Darlene Love and Cissy Houston, Dee Dee Warwick's considerable gifts as a soul singer were mostly confined to session work. (Web site)

Goodman

  1. After his stint with Pollack, Goodman relocated to New York City, where he did session work with cornetist Red Nichols and others.

Drumming

  1. Clem Cattini took on a lot of the drumming when I moved from session work".

Solo

  1. Greg Howe (solo, session work) 158 & 159. (Web site)

Bowman

  1. Bowman, Steve - Studio drummer available for session work. (Web site)

Jimmy Page

  1. Jimmy Page, by this time fed up with session work, eagerly joined on bass.

Drummer

  1. His lead guitar player, Scotty Moore, and his drummer, D.J. Fontana, were busy with session work. (Web site)

Playing Drums

  1. Jeff Porcaro, who was playing drums with Steely Dan, became a mentor to Lukather and furthered his interest in session work. (Web site)

Rod Stewart

  1. Grech remained active in session work, playing with Rod Stewart, Ronnie Lane, and Muddy Waters.

Muscle Shoals

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

Album

  1. Laurence Cottle is an electric bassist probably best known for his session work for Black Sabbath in 1989 on the Headless Cross album.

Writing Songs

  1. After playing with Jamora Bell Chris moved to Minneapolis, MN where he focused on writing songs and developing his voice through lessons and session work. (Web site)
  2. Eddie Cochran also did some session work, and began writing songs and making a demo with Jerry Capehart, his future manager. (Web site)

John Denver

  1. He went to work for John Denver, did more session work.

Session Work

  1. Stewart found regular session work throughout the 1940s with Art Tatum, the Benny Goodman Sextet, and other jazz greats.
  2. A lot of times, you only get to hear musicians such as Ralph Mooney and James Burton, when they did session work for somebody's album.
  3. Duane Allman loved the area and frequently returned to the Shoals for session work throughout his life. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Shoals
  2. Music > Composers > Songwriters > John Denver
  3. Writing Songs
  4. Jazz Greats
  5. Musical Instruments > Guitars > Guitarists > Duane Allman
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