Peter E. "Sneaky Pete" Kleinow (August 20, 1934 – January 6, 2007) was an American country-rock musician, songwriter, and motion picture special effects artist.
Lead Vocals, Drums – Greg Attaway. Pedal Steel Guitar – Sneaky Pete Kleinow. Photography By – Claude Vanheye. Piano – David Lovelace (3). Producer – Daniel Moore. Rights Society: STEMRA.
Sneaky Pete Kleinow was a founding member of the Flying Burrito Brothers and much in demand as a session player by the time the pedal steel guitarist recorded this solo LP for the Dutch Ariola label during 1973. Although Kleinow is better known as an instrumentalist, he starts the record with an original song wisely rejected while he was with the Burritos, the rather insipidly titled "Wings That Make Birds Fly," which has even worse lyrics. Not a particularly memorable release by any means, Cold Steel will appeal mainly to obsessive fans of Sneaky Pete Kleinow who must have everything he's recorded.
Sneaky' Pete Kleinow. Member of the Flying Burrito Brothers and special effects musician. While never a star in his own right, pedal steel guitar player "Sneaky" Pete Kleinow, who has died aged 72 after suffering from Alzheimer's disease, graced the recordings of a galaxy of big names from Frank Zappa to Stevie Wonder with rich textures and helped pioneer the Los Angeles country rock sound. The sound of the pedal steel guitar developed out of America's enthusiasm for Hawaiian slack key guitar in the 1920s and 30s and soon became a favoured instrument in country music.
In 1974, Kleinow briefly joined the band Cold Steel; the following year, he signed on with a reformed Flying Burrito Brothers for the album Flying Again. After two more Burritos LPs - 1976's Airborne and 1978's Live in Tokyo - Kleinow cut his first solo record, Sneaky Pete, in 1978. Following one final Burritos album, 1981's Hearts on the Line, he gradually withdrew from the music industry to focus on creating special effects; the films he worked on included The Empire Strikes Back, The Right Stuff, Gremlins, and both Terminator features.
The Jimi Hendrix of the steel guitar'. Wednesday 10 January 2007 01:00. Peter E. Kleinow, steel guitarist and special effects artist: born South Bend, Indiana 20 August 1934; married (three sons, two daughters); died Petaluma, California 6 January 2007. Only a handful of steel guitarists have made their influence felt beyond country music and Sneaky Pete Kleinow was one of them.
Exclusive Prime pricing. the country-rich, mournful steel that only Sneaky Pete delivered. This wonderful album gives you his essence. Hickory Wind", "Turn, Turn, Turn" and "From Me To You" - classics we all know - but "Oklahoma Stomp" and "Cannonball Rag" screams with the the heart of Hank Williams. Woman" is soulful and melancholy, with Pete driving this beautiful tune. And Silverbird treats us to the steel backdrop that defined the tapestry of sound behind Emmy Lou, Doug Sahm and Little Feat. Thank you Shiloh Records for giving us a final tribute that.
Peter E. "Sneaky Pete" Kleinow (August 20, 1934 – January 6, 2007) was an American country-rock musician, songwriter, and a motion picture special effects artist. He is best known as a member of the band the Flying Burrito Brothers and as a session musician for such artists as Joan Baez, Jackson Browne, The Byrds, Joe Cocker, Rita Coolidge, Eagles, The Everly Brothers, George Harrison, The Steve Miller Band, Joni Mitchell, The Rolling Stones, Ringo Starr, Stevie Wonder, Spencer Davis, Linda Ronstadt and many others. In 1974 Kleinow was part of a new band, Cold Steel, and then a reconstituted Flying Burrito Brothers. His first solo album, Sneaky Pete, was released in 1978 and The Legend and the Legacy followed in 1994.
Конструктивно сходные с оружием изделия. Продавец: Messer Meister-МОСКВА. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Олимпийский пр-т, 16, 5. ОГРН: 1117746211912
|A1||Wings That Make Birds Fly|
|A4||Song Of The Mocking Bird|
|B3||Oh My Goodbye|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ariola Eurodisc Benelux B.V.
- Recorded At – Paramount Recording Studios
- Bass Guitar – Michael A. Bowden
- Design – Harald Priedöhl
- Fiddle, Vocals – Floyd Guilbeau (tracks: A3, B4, B1)
- Guitar – Richard Bowden
- Lead Vocals, Drums – Greg Attaway
- Pedal Steel Guitar – Sneaky Pete Kleinow
- Photography By – Claude Vanheye
- Piano – David Lovelace
- Producer – Daniel Moore
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- Rights Society: STEMRA