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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Tele-beeb, Jan 18, 2020.
Just a reminder of this guy... thought I’d share
Love me some Twitty. I was on the fence about buying my thinline until I saw an old vid where he had a similar one.
I like this clip from the old Porter Wagoner Show. I mean they took time to set up their own gear. Vox Super Beatle!
Harold Lloyd Jenkins in the late 1950's.
love that guy
I’ve told this story before on the TDPRI - My first vivid memory of a telecaster was seeing this performance on Hee Haw at my cousins house....
I love that black tele with the painted black headstock and CT initials!
He died on my birthday in 1993.
He’s been gone 26 years.
My favorites are It’s Only Make Believe and Lost In The Feeling.
Jesse Ed Davis' first gig ever was with CT's road band. He considered
CT a great white soul singer. Damned good compliment...
R.I.P. to both.
His duets with Loretta were great. Thank God for Youtube. Being able to see these performers again really makes you aware as to how good they were. I hope some of the current crop of "country stars" are watching.
He was a rockabilly cat once upon a time.
Wish he'd kept at it
I played the heck out of my mom's 45 of this. It had "Halfway To Heaven" on the other side
I've got a soft spot for this one:
That's him on the left, right?
It appears so. The video quality isn't the best, but the timeline
looks correct. CT is playing one of those Godawlful Fender
acoustics. So, that would be mid '60s. It does look like JED.
Thanks for the clip, BobRob!
Love those Conway Twitty tunes!