Danny Gatton Band - Ugly Man flac album
Title: Ugly Man
Style: Country Rock, Rock & Roll
MP3 album: 1288 mb
FLAC album: 1318 mb
Other formats: AC3 MP3 AAC XM DMF VOC WMA
Genre: Rock / Folk / World music
Daniel Wood Gatton Jr. (September 4, 1945 – October 4, 1994) was an American guitarist who fused blues, rockabilly, jazz, and country to create a musical style he called "redneck jazz". Daniel Wood Gatton Jr. was born in Washington, . The son of a rhythm guitarist, Gatton started playing at the age of nine. From 1960–1964 he played jazz guitar with the Offbeats, then worked as a session musician in Nashville
Danny Gatton - Ugly Man. From the "Redneck Jazz" album. Danny Gatton Tribute Page. 12 July at 04:19 ·. In Memory of Evan on his birthday. Danny Gatton & Evan Johns "Stuffin' The Stockin" (excellent audio). A tasty country pickin' instrumental. 12 July at 03:51 ·. tom principato + danny gatton 1988 pt1. dg plays with tp's band for encore on 12/9/88 youtube.
Danny Gatton - Untouchables by Danny Gatton, released 01 January 1995 1. Poinciana 2. One for Lenny 3. Ain't That Peculiar 4. Stumbling 5. Sweet Georgia Brown 6. Stand by My Side 7. One for My Baby (And One More for the Road) 8. Deep Purple 9. Gold Rush 10. The Untouchables, Dany Gatton, - The Untouchables.
Following the brief jazz departure of New York Stories, Danny Gatton returned to his blues and rock & roll roots with 1993's Cruisin' Deuces, which was essentially the follow-up to 1991's 88 Elmira St. Like that album, Cruisin' Deuces is peppered with stinging rockabilly leads and amazing country and blues licks. Gatton's skill was tasteful and lightning fast - he could sound like two guitars playing simultaneously, but he never sounded cluttered or heavy-handed
Band Name Danny Gatton. Album Name Hot Rod Guitar - The Danny Gatton Anthology. Лейблы WEA Atlantic Records. Музыкальный стильBlues Rock. Владельцы этого альбома0.
The album was Gatton's fifth, but his first on a major record label-Elektra. The instrumental album covers a number of genres, including jazz, country, rockabilly, and blues. There, Johns met and played with guitarist Danny Gatton, writing three songs (including the title track) for Gatton’s 1978 album, Redneck Jazz. After his stint with Gatton, Johns founded his own band, called "the H-Bombs", which became popular playing regular gigs in the DC area. The Snakestretchers band featuring Roy Buchanan on guitar was originally organized by Danny Gatton to play a PBS documentary on WNET in New York City, hosted by Bill Graham. The original band was Roy Buchanan (lead guitar), Dick Heintze (keyboard wizard), Michael "Pokey" Walls (drums & vocals), Chuck Tilley (vocals & rhythm guitar) and Danny Gatton on bass.
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Written-By, Vocals – Evan Johns
|B||Love Is What You Need
Written-By – D. Gatton*, E. Gatton*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – NRG Records, Inc.
- Published By – Frog Pond Music
- Backing Vocals – The Gattones
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): MR341922A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): MR341922B
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout [Hand-Etched]): UR-1113-A "Ugly Man" AS
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout [Hand-Etched]): UR-1113-B "Love Is What You Need" AS
- Rights Society: BMI