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Swingin' by Request

What a steamer of an album. One hell of a super vocalist Ray Pennington, teamed up with the world's greatest pedal steel guitarist Buddy Emmons. These two guys just gel on every track of this album. every cut is superb just take a listen to "Lily Dale" ain't that just terrific? and Fly me to the Moon, hey didn't some other artist have a hit with this one (I know) but this version is so cool. If you care for this style of music, you'll love this album.


Born: 27 January 1937 in Mishawaka, IN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Buddy Emmons earned a place among Nashville's elite as one of the finest steel guitar players in the business. Born in Mishawaka, Indiana, he first fell in love with the instrument at age 11 when he received a six-string lap steel guitar as a gift. As a teen, he enrolled at the Hawaiian Conservatory of Music in South Bend, Indiana, and began playing professionally in Calumet City and Chicago at age 16. In 1956, Emmons went to Detroit to fill in for Walter Haynes during a performance with Little Jimmy...
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