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Jim Gordon, American Recording Artist, Musician and Songwriter. The Grammy Award winner was one of the most requested session drummers in the late 1960s and 1970s and was a member of the blues- rock supergroup, Derek & The Dominos. Gordon began his career backing the Everly Brothers in 1963 at age 17, he went on to become one of the most sought after recording session drummers in Los Angeles where in 1968 he recorded with Mason Williams on the hit Classical Gas. During this period, he performed on many notable recordings including Pet Sounds by The Beach Boys, Gene Clark with the Gosdin Brothers by Gene Clark and The Notorious Byrd Brothers by The Byrds

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Derek & the Dominos’ "Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs" Turns 40

Derek & the Dominos' Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs Turns 40! One of Eric Clapton's Defining Albums Marks its 40th Anniversary on March 29th with Deluxe Multi-format Edition Featuring New and Long-Unavailable Music and Never-Seen Photos In the world of rock there are recordings that truly resonate in historical importance and continue to cast an ...

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Article: Interview

Louie Shelton: In Session

Read "Louie Shelton: In Session" reviewed by Alan Bryson


Hundreds of millions of people have heard him play without having heard of him. A veteran session guitarist, Louie Shelton played on a slew of million-selling records during his three decades in Los Angeles. His credits include female vocalists such as Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Peggy Lee, Barbra Streisand, Diana Ross, Gladys Knight, and Whitney Houston; ...

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Meu Amor

Label: Peace69Love Records
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