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Various Artists - The Nashville Sound: Owen Bradley album mp3
Country-Pop,Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan,Traditional Country,Honky Tonk,Rockabilly
  • Performer:
    Various Artists
  • Title:
    The Nashville Sound: Owen Bradley
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Country-Pop,Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan,Traditional Country,Honky Tonk,Rockabilly
  • Date of release:
    February, 1996
  • Duration:
    24:49
  • Size FLAC version
    1724 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1289 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1309 megabytes
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    4.2
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William Owen Bradley (October 21, 1915 – January 7, 1998) was an American musician and record producer who, along with Chet Atkins, Bob Ferguson, Bill Porter, and Don Law, was one of the chief architects of the 1950s and 1960s Nashville sound in country music and rockabilly. A native of Westmoreland, Tennessee, Bradley learned piano at an early age, and began playing in local nightclubs and roadhouses when he was a teenager

Regarding the Nashville sound, the record producer Owen Bradley stated, "Now we've cut out the fiddle and steel guitar and added choruses to country music. But it can't stop there. It always has to keep developing to keep fresh. Artists who typified the countrypolitan sound initially included Wynette, Glen Campbell (who recorded in Hollywood and not Nashville), Lynn Anderson, George Jones, Charlie Rich, and Charley Pride, the latter being a rare example of a top-selling African-American country performer.

Bradley wasn't just capable of the lush, detailed Nashville sound - he could also produce bluegrass by Bill Monroe or hardcore honky tonk by Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn. In addition to producing, Bradley was vice president of Decca Records' Nashville Division, and in that position he was able to produce a huge variety of artists, including Conway Twitty, Kitty Wells, and Webb Pierce. With his work in country-pop, honky tonk, and bluegrass, Bradley left behind a large legacy that proved vastly influential on contemporary country music

American country/rockabilly musician, record producer and brother of Harold Bradley. He was born October 21, 1915 in Westmoreland, Tennessee and died January 7, 1998. He created and operated with his brother the following recording studios (commonly known as The Bradley Barn or the Quonset Hut): Bradley Film & Recording Studios, Bradley Recording Studios, Bradley's Barn. Siti: countrypolitan. com, cm. om, rcs-discography. Nei gruppi: Owen Bradley And His Orchestra, Owen Bradley And His Quintet, Owen Bradley Combo, Owen Bradley Quartet, Owen Bradley Sextet

album notes writer (Various Artists) Live At The Whisky A Go Go: The Complete Recordings - Lynell George, album notes writer (Otis Redding) Washington Phillips And His Manzarene Dreams - Michael Corcoran, album notes writer (Washington Phillips).

When Rockabilly stole away Country music's youth audience in the mid-1950s, Nashville aimed for a more adult market. Studio executives Chet Atkins and Owen Bradley took their cues from pop music, losing the fiddle & banjo for string sections and background choruses. This became the Nashville Sound, and it dominated Country music from the '50s to the '70s. The style peaked with the work of producer Billy Sherrill, who created a sound that was fuller and lusher than ever with such artists as one-time.

Owen Bradley, producer of Patsy Cline’s timeless hits and songs by Loretta Lynn, Kitty Wells and many other greats, was, born on 21 October 1915. A member of the country music elite, a man who can truly be said to have helped shape the Nashville sound, was born on 21 October 1915. Owen Bradley, producer of Patsy Cline’s timeless hits and songs by Loretta Lynn, Kitty Wells, Brenda Lee and many other greats, came into the world in Westmoreland, Tennessee, a mere 40 miles from Nashville. Bradley may be far from a household name in the wider world of rock and pop, but his productions at Decca Records have touched millions of country music devotees, especially via his work with Cline.

Nashville Christmas Album.

Credits

Dub Albritton - Composer
Owen Bradley - Producer
Mickey Braithwaite - Art Direction, Design
Patsy Cline - Performer, Primary Artist
Red Foley - Performer, Primary Artist
Dallas Frazier - Composer
Don Gibson - Composer
Jack Greene - Performer, Primary Artist
Brenda Lee - Performer, Primary Artist
Loretta Lynn - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Glenn Meadows - Mastering
Eddie Miller - Composer
J.D. Miller - Composer
Willie Nelson - Composer
Webb Pierce - Composer
Ronnie Self - Composer
Don Sessions - Composer
Jack Stapp - Composer
Harry Stone - Composer
Mel Tillis - Composer
Ernest Tubb - Performer, Primary Artist
Robert Tubert - Liner Notes
Conway Twitty - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Kitty Wells - Performer, Primary Artist
Peggy Sue Wells - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Don't Come Home a Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind) Loretta Lynn / Peggy Sue Wells Loretta Lynn 2:08
2 Hello Darlin' Conway Twitty Conway Twitty 2:26
3 It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels J.D. Miller Kitty Wells 2:32
4 Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy Jack Stapp / Harry Stone Red Foley 2:47
5 Sweet Dreams Don Gibson Patsy Cline 2:34
6 I Ain't Never Webb Pierce / Mel Tillis Patsy Cline 1:55
7 I'm Sorry Dub Albritton / Ronnie Self Brenda Lee 2:39
8 Thanks a Lot Eddie Miller / Don Sessions Ernest Tubb 2:33
9 Crazy Willie Nelson Patsy Cline 2:41
10 There Goes My Everything Dallas Frazier Jack Greene 2:34