The World's Most Famous Unknown Band

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  1. Vortex

    Vortex Senior Member

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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxNskkL0H7Y[/ame]
     
  2. Mike's_LP

    Mike's_LP Senior Member

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    I give up, who are they? :dunno:
     
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    rockstar232007 Senior Member

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    IDK, but the only one I recognize is Glenn Campbell.
     
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    chasenblues Senior Member

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    I see,

    Roy Clark (Mandolin),
    Lee Greenwood (Sax),
    Jerry Reed (Guitar),
    Glenn Cambell (Guitar),
    Barbra Mandrell (Pedal Steel),
    Irlene Mandrell (Drums),
    Ricky Skaggs (Fiddle),

    Not sure about 3rd guitar,bass,piano
     
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    That's about what I see as well. The guitar player on the right looks familiar but can't place him.
     
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    kaatwang Senior Member

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    I was never big on country but know several of them. Roy Clark on mandolin, Jerry Reed & Glenn Campbell guitar, Barbara Mandrell on pedal steel, her sister on drums, and last but not least Ray Stevens on piano. Of course everyone here should know Uncle Chet who introduced them.
     
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    chasenblues Senior Member

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    Oh yeah the funny song guy.
     
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  8. rockstar232007

    rockstar232007 Senior Member

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    Can't believe I didn't recognize the rest of them.

    Then again I only watched 20 seconds of the vid, and was mainly listening the the music (not my style, btw, which is why I couldn't watch the whole thing).
     
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    Stinky Kitty Senior Member

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    That sounds more like swing or boogie. Although C&W isn't my most favorite genre, there is usually some hella fine guitar work that makes it well worth a listen.. It's good to expand.
     
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    Piano is Ray Stevens......3rd guitar is Steve Warner and bass is Steve Gatlin of the Gatlin Brothers
     

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