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That time Donald "Duck" Dunn told me that Eric Clapton was the best all-around guitarist he ever worked with

By Steve Newton

Bass players don’t get much more special than Donald “Duck” Dunn. As a session musician for Stax Records, Dunn brought the bottom end on scores of legendary tracks, including gems like Otis Redding’s “Respect”, Sam & Dave’s “Hold On, I’m Comin'”, and Albert King’s “Born Under a Bad Sign”. 180 more words

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Eddie Harris (1970) Come on Down! (LP) Atlantic 1554

Eddie Harris

Come on Down!

Atlantic 1554
produced by Tom Dowd
1970

Rating:**** (Recommended)

Harris goes to Florida for some fresh-squeezed sounds, all the way to the warm climes of Miami but obviously inspired by the red-hot deep-fried soul food offerings of Memphis and Muscle Shoals. 153 more words

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On May 20, 1997.

On May 20, 1997, “Warner Bros” label released “Blue Moon Swamp”, the fifth John Fogerty solo studio album. It was recorded in 1997, at “The Lighthouse” in Hollywood, and was produced by John Fogerty. 160 more words

Donald "Duck" Dunn on Eric Clapton and his bluesy bro John "the Godfather" Belushi

By Steve Newton

Back in 1985 Eric Clapton played a show in Vancouver, but he wasn’t doing any interviews with the likes of me. 97 more words

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