Night Train - Travis Wammack - Night Train / Karate Time (Vinyl)

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  1. When producer Roland Janes sent a copy of Scratchy to Chet Atkins, Chet sent it back with a note 'This scares me. I pass.' Here's the original version of Scratchy and 20 other incredible Chet-scaring tracks including Night Train, Scratchy, Karate Time, Tech-Nically Speaking, Distortion Part 2, /5(5).
  2. 7" Single on 45cat: Travis Wammack - Night Train / It's Karate Time - Atlantic - USA -
  3. It is a beautifully recorded album that makes the piano, long-time Peterson trio bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen sound as though they are in the room. Despite having sold Verve to MGM two years earlier, Norman Granz produced this album as he was Oscar Peterson's manager; it is a fitting tribute to both performer and gukswordcasternador.xyzinfo Train.
  4. That Scratchy Guitar from Memphis, a Compilation of songs by Travis Wammack. Released in on Bear Family (catalog no. BCD ; CD). Genres: Rock.
  5. Hier kommt die Originalversion von Scratchy und zwanzig weitere unglaubliche Aufnahmen, die Chet Angst einflössten, wie Night Train, Karate Time, 'Tech-Nically Speaking, u.s.w. Artikeleigenschaften von Travis Wammack: That Scratchy Guitar From Memphis.
  6. TRAVIS WAMMACK: Night Train (instr.) / It's Karate Time (instr.) (Note: According to the Atlantic Records catalog, these same songs appear also on Atlantic # but credited to Bobby Womack.) 2/ US: ATLANTIC (red & white label) TRAVIS WAMMACK: Night Train (instr.) / It's Karate Time (instr.) 2/ US: VENPRO TRAVIS WAMMACK.
  7. That Scratchy Guitar from Memphis by Travis Wammack - CD () for $ from gukswordcasternador.xyzinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone /5(6).
  8. Wammack was living in Binghampton, near Memphis, and used to go down onto Main Street every day with his guitar and play. That was where Eddie Bond saw him. Bond was booking shows and young Travis Wammack started as a warm-up act for Warren Smith, Jack Earls, Carl Perkins and others. However, Travis Wammack is more than pure country.
  9. Origins and development "Night Train" has a long and complicated history. The piece's opening riff was first recorded in by a small group led by Duke Ellington sideman Johnny Hodges under the title "That's the Blues, Old Man". Ellington used the same riff as the opening and closing theme of a longer-form composition, "Happy-Go-Lucky Local", that was itself one of four parts of his Deep.

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