Album · 2000 · 18 Songs. The Fabulous Steel Guitar Sound of Pete Drake.
Pete Drake (October 8, 1932 – July 29, 1988), born Roddis Franklin Drake, was a major Nashville-based record producer and pedal steel guitar player.
TITLE added to MP3 cart. Pete Drake & his Talking Steel Guitar. Exclusive Prime pricing. I highly recommend this album if you can find it-for both its listening and collectors value. I would also recommend the group's follow-up, when they all moved to the big city in 1999, "This Is What You Get," featuring some of the most solid horn work in popular music anywhere.
This release compiles Pete Drake's 1st album 'The Fabulous Steel Guitar Sound' from 1962, plus various other album and single tracks, mostly from Starday Records releases. Re-issued with slightly different cover art, and missing 2 tracks from the original 2000 King CD release: "The Alley", "Lay Lady Lay". Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
For Pete's sake I break and update, wait, I radiate A dub plate to navigate the tune I make I fit like a slipper, so catch the Big Dipper Vital signs are quicker, not the flat line picture Showtime original, official with the smooth criminal I hit the cliches on the subliminal With the soul technician to fill the prescription In addition. listen close to the mission The .
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For Pete's Sake! is a 1934 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Gus Meins. It was the 127th (39th talking episode) Our Gang short that was released.
|For Pete's Sake|
|Loves I've Known|
|Color Of The Blues|
|Invitation To The Blues|
|Lay Lady Lay|
|Tearing Down The Tee Pee|
|KMCD-6111||Pete Drake||For Pete's Sake (CD, Comp)||King Records||KMCD-6111||US||2000|
|GT-0685-2||Pete Drake||For Pete's Sake! (CD, Comp, RE)||Gusto Records||GT-0685-2||US||2007|