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Sounds of Wood and Steel, Vol. 3
     

Sounds of Wood and Steel, Vol. 3

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The third volume of Sounds of Wood & Steel makes it a little less plain that these collections are as much a tribute to Taylor guitars as they are to acoustic music. But if excellent acoustic music played by stellar musicians is your thing, the advertising angle isn't gonna bother you a bit. This set hosts a few less superstars and a few more stunning guitar

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The third volume of Sounds of Wood & Steel makes it a little less plain that these collections are as much a tribute to Taylor guitars as they are to acoustic music. But if excellent acoustic music played by stellar musicians is your thing, the advertising angle isn't gonna bother you a bit. This set hosts a few less superstars and a few more stunning guitar pickers. Over 17 tracks both material and performances are solid, a solo track by Susanna Hoffs ("I Will Take Care of You") and Jars of Clay's "Jesse's Song." But the bulk is right down the pipe -- Phil Keaggy, Robben Ford, Kathy Mattea with Bill Cooley, Suzy Bogguss, Verlon Thompson, Chris Proctor, Billy Sheehan, Paul Rodgers, and the inimitable "Litho Blitho" by Dave Matthews. Vocals are given, if not equal weight here, at least some, and every effort was made to make these performances as spontaneous as possible. This is a worthy volume in the series, if a little more obscure.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/01/2008
Label:
Sbme Special Mkts.
UPC:
0886972396729
catalogNumber:
723967

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Suzy Bogguss   Guitar
Kathy Mattea   Guitar
Verlon Thompson   Guitar
Phil Keaggy   Guitar
Duane Eddy   Guitar
Susanna Hoffs   Guitar
Jim Messina   Bass
Paul Rodgers   Synthesizer,Guitar
Robben Ford   Guitar
Chris Proctor   Guitar,12-string Guitar
Billy Sheehan   Bass,Guitar
Tom Brechtlein   Drums
Jimmy Capps   Guitar
Bill Cooley   Guitar
Randy Dorman   Guitar
Danny Frankel   Percussion
Paul Franklin   Guitar
Ricky Harper   Guitar
Fred Mollin   Guitar,Keyboards,12-string Guitar
Chris Pelonis   Guitar
David Piltch   Bass
Dave Pomeroy   Bass
C. Michael Spriggs   Guitar
Steve Turner   Drums
Brad Wood   Guitar,Percussion,Toy Drums
Doyle Dykes   Guitar
Charlie Lowell   Mellotron,fender rhodes
Jimmy Earl   Bass
Matt Odmark   Guitar
Steve Poltz   Guitar
Doug Pettibone   Guitar
Denny Bixby   Bass
T.J. Baden   Guitar
Pat Perez   Saxophone
Aaron Sands   Bass
Jose Pepe Danza   Percussion
Jeremy Ruckstaetter   Percussion,Drums
Tim Horsely   Drums
Dave Matthews   Guitar (Baritone)
Billy Pia   Shaker
Kenny Rogers   Bass
Russ Freeman   Guitar

Technical Credits

Suzy Bogguss   Producer
Phil Keaggy   Composer,Producer,Engineer
Susanna Hoffs   Composer
Jim Messina   Arranger
Paul Rodgers   Composer
Robben Ford   Arranger,Producer
Fats Waller   Composer
Irving Mills   Composer
Chris Proctor   Composer,Producer
Billy Sheehan   Arranger,Composer
Andy Razaf   Composer
Mick Conley   Producer,Engineer
Bill Cooley   Composer
Randy Dorman   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Engineer
Larry Hamby   Liner Notes
Fred Mollin   Composer,Producer
Billy Oskay   Producer,Engineer
Chris Pelonis   Engineer
Pat Regan   Arranger,Producer,Engineer
C. Michael Spriggs   Composer,Producer,Engineer
Brad Wood   Producer
Patrick Glover   Engineer
Brian Nevin   Engineer
Doug Crider   Producer,Engineer
Dillon O'Brian   Composer
Doyle Dykes   Composer,Producer
Charlie Lowell   Composer
Jimmy Earl   Producer,Engineer
Harry Brooks   Composer
Stephen Harris   Producer,Engineer
Matt Odmark   Composer,Producer
Steve Poltz   Composer,Producer
T.J. Baden   Composer,Producer,Liner Notes
Dave Sinco   Engineer
Traditional   Composer
Joe Primrose   Composer
Mitch Dane   Producer
Dave Matthews   Arranger
Mark Ruffolo   Engineer
Neil Davis   Composer
Seth Atkins Horan   Engineer
Russ Freeman   Composer,Producer

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Sounds of Wood and Steel, Vol. 3 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What better way to pay tribute to the acoustic guitar than with an album by some of the world's most proficient and influential players? The musicians are world-class, and so is this album. Dave Matthews commands with "Litho Blitho," while Robben Ford surprises with a unique version of Louis Armstrong's "St. James Infirmary." Kenny Rogers, Randy Dorman and Rick Harper team up for an unforgettable "Night Winds;" Doyle Dykes paired with Duane Eddy are an unbeatable twosome. All the stars whether singer, songwriter, guitar soloist or producer are here. It's a must-have for guitar aficionados.