Roger Blevens, Dave Musgrave, Tom Brumley and Terry Bethel
"Four of a Kind"
From America's heartland, Branson, Missouri, comes this country
instrumental CD by four of the city's top steel players. Terry Bethel
produced this album with a top-notch Branson backup band. Each of
the steel players is featured on two songs, and each takes a turn
in the two "Four of a Kind" songs.
Non-pedal players will enjoy Tom Brumley's tribute to Jerry Byrd
on Panhandle Rag, but there really isn't a bad track on this CD.
It's great listening from start to finish.
- Paper Cups - Terry Bethel
- I'm Always Chasing Rainbows - Terry Bethel
- Harpers Thumb - Dave Musgrave
- In the Valley - Dave Musgrave
- Wild Side of Life - Four of a Kind
- Panhandle Rag - Tom Brumley
- The Waltz You Saved For Me - Tom Brumley
- Mud Hut - Roger Blevins
- Pedal Pickin' - Roger Blevins
- Love Me Tender - Four of a Kind
OUT OF STOCK
"Steel Pickin' on Connie Smith"
Five of the hottest pickers in Nashville take turns playing instrumental
versions of Connie Smith tunes. The icing on the cake is a guest
appearance by the singer herself, singing her big hit "Once
Produced by steeler Russ Hicks, the CD also features Gregg Galbraith
on lead guitar and Bob McCracken on drums. If you're looking for
fine country steel, it just doesn't get any better than this!
- Ain't Had No Lovin' - Weldon Myrick
- Darlin' Are You Ever Coming Home - Russ Hicks
- Tiny Blue Transistor Radio - Mike Jones
- Then & Only Then - Jack Smith
- I'll Never Get Over Lovin' You - Johnny Cox
- I'll Come Running - Weldon Myrick
- The Hurtin's All Over - Russ Hicks
- I Can't Remember - Mike Jones
- If I Talk To Him - Jack Smith
- I Don't Know Why I Keep Loving You - Johnny Cox
- Cry, Cry, Cry - Weldon Myrick
- Nobody But A Fool - Russ Hicks
- Deepening Snow - Johnny Cox
- Once A Day - Connie Smith