Sunday, December 21, 2014

The Louvin Brothers - 6 degrees of Musical Separation

Jan writes . . .

Phil’s always raving about relatively obscure singers in the country genre - the Louvin brothers being one pair who next year, (posthumously), will be honoured at the 2015 Grammys.

So here’s my 6 degrees of musical separation for today’a Christmas Waltze blog . . 

I lived in Tennessee for a long time and worked sometime with The Project, a Nashville based duo Dustin Michael and Robert Bond who cleverly mixed electronica with various unexpected genres of music.
Being so excited about the project (The Project)  I got my brother Nigel to play guitar and Chico Freeman to play sax on several tracks ( I was playing keys on quite a few.)Here is one of the tracks called ‘Yesterday’s King’ featuring no other than Charlie Louvin on vocals and Nigel Pulsford on fabulous guitars,  Moe Denham on Hammond and Robert Bond on Drums.

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