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Jimmy Bryant - Guitar Take-Off flac album Performer: Jimmy Bryant
Title: Guitar Take-Off
Style: Country
Released: 1990
MP3 album: 1721 mb
FLAC album: 1175 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: AHX MOD VQF WAV WMA MMF MIDI
Genre: Folk / World music

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Jimmy Bryant 2003 - Frettin' Fingers 01 - Bryants Boogie. mp3 02 - Red Headed Polka. mp3 04 - Stainless Steel. 44 - Whistle Stop (take 1) (previously unissued). 45 - Peach Grove Express. 50 - Blow Your Hat In The Creek. 52 - Model 400 Buckboard.

But Bryant's guitar is consistently inventive - and unsurpassed in its sheer speed - throughout these sides, making it worthwhile not just for specialist Bryant and country swing fans, but also for students of virtuoso guitar in general.

16. Strings (take 6 - early version of Joy Ride) (previously unissued). 17. Long Walk Home (take 1) (previously unissued). 19. Whistle Stop (take 1) (previously unissued). 20. Peach Grove Express.

com Tracklist: 1. Bryants Boogie (00:02:36) 2. Red Headed Polka (00:02:32) 3. Railroadin (00:02:15) 4. Stainless Steel (00:02:10) 5. T-Bone Rag (00:02:16) 6. Truck Drivers Ride (00:02:14).

Ivy J. Bryant, Jr. (March 5, 1925 – September 22, 1980), known as Jimmy Bryant, was an American country music guitarist. Bryant was born in Moultrie, Georgia, the oldest of 12 children. After being wounded in World War II, he began working seriously on his guitar playing, influenced heavily by Django Reinhardt.

Jimmy Bryant (guitar) and Speedy West (pedal steel) recorded incredible instrumental duets during the Fifties that still sound amazing, but Bryant also released some great, overlooked albums on his own during the Sixties. Down Yonder from the aptly titled Fastest Guitar in the Country album downplays his usual jazzy flourishes in favor of genuine country twang played in Bryant’s inimitable lightning fast style. Bonus points for the ultra-cool Voxmobile on the cover, which Batmobile and Dragula designer George Barris built for Bryant.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Bryant's Boogie
Written By – Jimmy Bryant
A2 Leetle Juan Pedro
Written By – Stone-Cecil
A3 T-Bone Rag
Written By – Jimmy Bryant
A4 Liberty Bell Polka
Written By – Jimmy Bryant
A5 Okie Boogie
Vocals – Ella Mae MorseWritten By – Johnny Tyler
A6 Pickin' The Chicken
Written By – Jimmy Bryant
A7 Comin' On
Written By – Jimmy Bryant
A8 Jammin' With Jimmy
Written By – Jimmy Bryant
A9 Deep Water
Written By – Jimmy Bryant
A10 Stratosphere Boogie
Written By – Jimmy Bryant
B1 Arkansas Traveller
Arranged By – Jimmy Bryant
B2 Low Man On A Totem Pole
Written By – Jimmy Bryant
B3 Catfish Boogie
Vocals – Tennessee Ernie FordWritten By – E.J. Ford
B4 Country Capers
Written By – Jimmy Bryant
B5 Old Joe Clark
Written By – Traditional
B6 Gotta Give Me Whatcha Got
Vocals – Merrill MooreWritten By – Julia Lee
B7 Whistle Stop
Written By – Jimmy Bryant
B8 Chatterbox
Written By – Jimmy Bryant
B9 Cotton Pickin'
Written By – Jimmy Bryant
B10 Sleepwalker's Lullaby
Written By – Jimmy Bryant

Credits

  • Producer – Ken Nelson (tracks: A6, A7, A8, A9, A10, B1 - B10), Lee Gillette (tracks: A1, A2, A3, A4, A5)

Notes

Original Sound Recordings Made By Capitol Records Inc.
This Compilation (P) 1989 See For Miles Records Ltd.
(C) 1989 See For Miles Records Ltd.
Compiled by John Firminger

Back of Cover has MONO, Labels have STEREO

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: Side One: SEE 267 A MPO
  • Matrix / Runout: Side Two: SEE 267 B MPO
  • Barcode: 5 014661 026717
Comments: (1)
Zamo
This is a hidden treasure and unsung hero of country "jazz." Bryant never got the recognition he deserved for his agile guitar playing. Typically too weird for country folks and too country for jazz folks he literally falls between the cracks.