The timeless Pete Drake & his talking steel guitar with his rendition of "Forever". Great American music :).
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Pete Drake – Steel Away. Label: Canaan Records – CA-4640-LP. A better record than the other Pete Drake LP in my collection, "The Talking Steel Guitar", producer Marvin Norcross keeps Pete under control, letting him "talk" on some (about half), but not all, of the cuts. On the best tracks on the LP, "When They Ring Those Golden Bells", and "In The Garden", Pete refrains from "talking", and the Guys take a break, although the vocal backing by The Four Guys is unobtrusive on the other cuts, and Pete's steel playing is very smooth and sweet on the entire record
Roddis Franklin Drake (October 8, 1932 – July 29, 1988) professionally known as Pete Drake, was a Nashville-based American record producer and pedal steel guitar player. One of the most sought-after backup musicians of the 1960s, Drake played on such hits as Lynn Anderson's "Rose Garden", Charlie Rich's "Behind Closed Doors"' Bob Dylan's "Lay Lady Lay"' and Tammy Wynette's "Stand by Your Man".
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase. I highly recommend this album if you can find it-for both its listening and collectors value. I would also recommend the group's follow-up, when they all moved to the big city in 1999, "This Is What You Get," featuring some of the most solid horn work in popular music anywhere. 3 people found this helpful.
World-renowned pedal steel guitar player and record producer. Shelby, North Carolina, the hometown of late songwriter Don Gibson, is honoring Gibson with a . mile path of 6 feet tall record album-painted sculptures. Each is themed with one of Gibson’s hits. Two of Gibson’s compositions were Sweet Dreams, made popular by Patsy Cline, and the Ray Charles classic, I Can’t Stop Loving You.
Pete Drake (October 8, 1932 – July 29, 1988), born Roddis Franklin Drake, was a major Nashville-based record producer and pedal steel guitar player. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Pete Drake Show Album.
Chords for Forever - Pete Drake - Forever (1964) with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. Pete Drake - Steel Away. Pete Drake - For Those That Cry (1964). Pete Drake - For Pete's Sake (1961). Pete Drake - Lay Lady Lay '1969'.