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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Gin Mill Cowboy, Apr 17, 2017.
Jimmy Johnson I believe. He was part of the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section who played on many of Pickett's recordings. I would call that performance a mastery of riff and rhythm. I could listen to this stuff all day and all night too.
"I'm in Love" was actually Bobby Womack and Reggie Young.
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And here's Bobby's own cover
Yeah, could have been Bobby Womack on the Soul Train show but not Reggie Young.
Thanks for the video!
That is most definitely NOT Reggie in the live clip
I didn't realize before posting that it wasn't the studio track.
Not Bobby either -he's a lefty! (and upside downer)
Looks like It could be Jimmy Johnson.
LOL Well Reggie is another great Memphis studio guy and a soulful player but unless he was in blackface yeah, it wasn't him on Soul Train.
Well kinda like The Funk Bros. and The Wrecking Crew there were only so many Memphis Soul musicians who had the chops to play on that stuff so eventually it can be sorted out via process of elimination but I'd all but forgotten about Bobby Womack.
Those guys are truly my guitar heroes...
Yeah, when I say I want to live long enough to master some great rhythm and riff playing that's what I'm talking about! Then you overlay that with Wilson's vocals and it gives me the chills. What a voice.
Thanks. I actually discover the video on this forum while searching Steve Cropper. It looked like someone said it was Pops Staples, but that didn't seem right
Organ, horns, restraint, feeling - timeless.
I recall hearing it was Percy Sledge's guitarist.
The descending bass is similar to When A Man....