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Jimmie Tarlton - Steel Guitar Rag flac album
  • Performer Jimmie Tarlton
  • Title Steel Guitar Rag
  • Date of release 1967
  • Country US
  • Other formats ASF VQF WAV MIDI AUD AA MOD
  • Genre World & Folk & Country
  • Size MP3 1200 mb
  • Size FLAC 1350 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 244

Tarlton sings in a pleasing baritone with an uninflected style, without artifice - he sounds like the real version of what Bob Dylan has tried for in his country covers - and his fingers slide, strum, and glide over the fretboard, sounding like at least two guitars at once and a multitude of voices. The repertory is almost entirely traditional and arranged by Tarlton, who sounds like he's coming from a place at least 100 years before Jimmie Rodgers.

The repertory is almost entirely traditional and arranged by Tarlton, who sounds like he's coming from a place at least 100 years before Jimmie Rodgers. Some of the tracks reveal the presence of an audience, others are the product of a studio, but the sound is generally first-rate, regardless. 1 John Henry Jimmie Tarlton 3:49. 2 Banks of the Ohio Jimmie Tarlton 5:0. 3 Steel Guitar Rag Jimmie Tarlton 2:2. 4 Jimmie's Blue Heaven Jimmie Tarlton 3:17. 5 All Bound Down In Birmingham Jail Jimmie Tarlton 3:10

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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Jimmie Tarlton was one of the greatest musicians to have ever graced this earth. Although he was elderly when he made these recordings, they are excellent examples of his work, and demonstrate to us that old age did not remove any of his musical abilities. Originally part of a duo with the mediocre Tom Darby, with whom he cut some of the greatest records ever made, Jimmie Tarlton came up with his own style of music: he sang in a rather European-sounding tenor and falsetto, while playing Old-Timey music and Negro Blues on his guitar within the framework of Hawaiian guitar playing!

Darby and Tarlton were an early country music duo, who achieved some level of success in the late 1920s. The duo consisted of Tom Darby (born August 25, 1891 Columbus, Georgia - died August 20, 1971) and Jimmie Tarlton, (born May 8, 1892 Cheraw, South Carolina - died November 29, 1979 Phenix City, Alabama).

Jimmie Tarlton (born May 8, 1892 Cheraw, South Carolina - died November 29, 1979 Phenix City, Alabama) is best known for his partnership with Tom Darby (Darby & Tarlton), which lasted from the late '20s until the mid-'30s. The two were never especially fond of each other, however, and although they both saw some activity in the '60s as part of the folk-blues revival, and Tarlton got to make a record, there was no impetus for continuing the partnership.

Album · 2006 · 23 Songs. My Little Blue Heaven. 6. Why My Craf Vex With Me. Emery Cournard. The Guitar Evangelists, Vol. 2, CD C. Various Artists. Slide Area Ahead; National Steel Guitar, a Compilation. Zero ads. Try it now. Learn more. Diğer alışveriş seçenekleri: Bir Apple Store’u ziyaret edin, 00800 448 829 873 ya da 0216 282 15 11 numaralı telefonu arayın veya bir bayi bulun.

Tracklist

John Henry
Banks Of The Ohio
Steel Guitar Rag
Jimmie's Blue Heaven
All Bound Down In Birmingham Jail
Put-Together Blues
Pretty Little Girl
Fort Benning Blues
Lowe Bonnie
Uncle Joe And His Hounds
Ain't It A Sin To Gamble On A Sunday
Joe Bowers
Hawaiian March
Administration Blues

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
T-3302 Jimmie Tarlton Steel Guitar Rag ‎(LP, Album) Testament Records T-3302 US 1967
HMG 2503, none Jimmie Tarlton Steel Guitar Rag ‎(CD) HMG, Hightone Records HMG 2503, none US 1998