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MessageSujet: James Burton Becomes A Nashville Cat   Ven 05 Aoû 2011, 21:16

James Burton Becomes A Nashville Cat

Nashville, July 23, 2011

The Country Music Hall of Fall has dubbed James Burton as an official "Nashville Cat" as they featured
him in an interview/playing presentation held in their Ford Theater. James was interviewed for 90
minutes and told the full house audience of fans and peers several interesting stories about his career
and the people he's met. He then played a couple of his famous guitar solos including "Hello Mary Lou,"
"Fools Rush In" and "Traveling Man." James took time afterwords to sign autographs in the Hall of Fame's gift shop.

Not only did he record with numerous legends using his favorite guitar, a Fender Telecaster, he played
the dobro on many of the those sessions throughout the past 57 years. At the age of 14 James appeared
on the Louisiana Hayride, in his home town of Shreveport, and the rest is history. "JB" has worked with
many top name artists: Elvis, Ricky Nelson, John Denver, Merle Haggard, Emmylou Harris, Bob Dylan,
Johnny Horton, Glen Campbell, George Jones, Eric Clapton, Dale Hawkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison,
Buck Owens, Bob Luman, Nat King Cole and many, many others including ex-president Bill Clinton. You
can see that he played different types of music.

A bit of historical FYI: "Suzie Q" as was initially an instrumental that James (at age age 15) came up with
and Dale Hawkins added the words later. James still has the original guitar that his parents bought him
when he was a youngster.

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MessageSujet: Re: James Burton Becomes A Nashville Cat   Dim 25 Sep 2011, 02:30

Un nouveau CD de compilation de James Burton vient d'être mis en vente. Vous y trouverez 28 morceaux qu'il a enregistrés avec divers chanteurs et musiciens entre 1957 et 1969.

Susie Q - Dale Hawkins / Red Hot - Bob Luman / Shirley Lee - Bobby Lee Trammel / My Babe - Ricky Nelson / Cannonball Rag - James Burton / Don't Leave Me This Way - Ricky Nelson / The Creep - The Shadows / Stop Sneakin' Around - Ricky Nelson / Swamp Surfer - Jimmy Dobro / Make Up Your Mind Baby - Bob Luman / Fireball Mail - Jim & Joe / Blood From The Stone - Ricky Nelson / Real Live Fool - Lee Hazlewood / Daisy Mae - Jim & Joe / Everybody Listen To The Dobro - Jimmy Dobro / Guitar Player - Buddy Cagle / Jimmy's Blues - Jimmy Burton / Poor Boy Looking For A Home - The Greeb / River Boys featuring Glen Campbell / See See Rider - The Everly Brothers / Love Lost - Jimmy Burton / A Child's Claim The Fame - Buffalo Springfield / If You Want To Be My Woman - Merle Haggard / Moonshine - James Burton & Ralf Mooney / Corn Pickin' - James Burton & Ralf Mooney / Someday Someday - The Shindogs : Why - The Shindogs / Just For A While - Carol Williams / Tryin' To Be Someone - David & Lee.
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MessageSujet: Re: James Burton Becomes A Nashville Cat   Dim 25 Sep 2011, 08:56

merci pour les infos

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