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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Pretendersfan, Feb 19, 2012.
A couple of favorites not mentioned. Skid Row (Merle Haggard) and Highway Patrol (Junior Brown).
Led Zeppelin - "Down by the Seaside"
Probably the first 2 minutes of this song. Jorgenson used it as the intro on the Desert Rose Band's tune "The Price I Pay."
Intro to Merle Haggard's Swinging Doors. Ralph Mooney and Phil Baugh on steel and guitar.
gotta go with pete anderson on long white cadillac...
also broke down south of dallas by junior brown
Redd is great on this....and there is very little out on the internet / youtube....on how he is playing these leads....
some performance videos showing little.....
Mine is one I invented.
I'm not claiming to be the only guy that uses it.
I've showed it to a bunch of people over the last 34 years.
When I learn how to post video, I'll demonstrate it.
It's a faux pedal steel bend (without a B bender) that works over IV-I, V-I changes.
Like the "outro' of Floyd Cramer's "Last Date".
And yes, I play it too often.
It raises eyebrows, if only among guitar players.