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  1. (/Starday) 10 Tracks, world famous steel guitarists! Various CD: Steel Guitar Hall Of Fame (CD) - Bear Family Records To be able to use Bear Family Records in full range, we recommend activating Javascript in your browser.
  2. Leon Mculiffe plays his band with a touch of "jazz", while Buddy Emmons does all sorts of sounds, and then there is Herb Remington is totally different, as did Bashfull Brother Oswald playing more like the Dobro, or Jimmy Day on the steel guitar. This is well worth having the "Steel Guitar Hall of Fame" of ten tunes on this CD collection/5(37).
  3. Various ‎– The Steel Guitar Hall Of Fame Label: Nashville Record Productions ‎– NLP Hilo March Performer – Jerry Byrd: B4: Opry Express Performer – Don Helms: B5: Various: The Steel Guitar Hall Of Fame 4/5(7).
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  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Steel Guitar Hall Of Fame on Discogs. Label: Starday Records - SLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Compilation, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country.
  6. Leon Mculiffe plays his band with a touch of "jazz", while Buddy Emmons does all sorts of sounds, and then there is Herb Remington is totally different, as did Bashfull Brother Oswald playing more like the Dobro, or Jimmy Day on the steel guitar. This is well worth having the "Steel Guitar Hall of Fame" of ten tunes on this CD collection/5(40).
  7. Jun 04,  · Hilo March performed on the steel guitar by Bud Tutmarc in on his To You Sweetheart CD. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Recommended for you.
  8. Leon Mculiffe plays his band with a touch of "jazz", while Buddy Emmons does all sorts of sounds, and then there is Herb Remington is totally different, as did Bashfull Brother Oswald playing more like the Dobro, or Jimmy Day on the steel guitar. This is well worth having the "Steel Guitar Hall of Fame" of ten tunes on this CD collection/5(33).

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