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Danny Gatton Live In 1977 - The Humbler Stakes His Claim

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Gatton Live 1977

I had the pleasure of seeing and meeting Danny just before he died; it was the best live show I had seen in ages. I have waited for a long time for a live recording that captures the energy of his performance and this one hits the spot. I hope that more live releases will follow.

fish_bama

Saw Danny at the Lighthouse in Falls Church/Arlington Va. in 79. One of the most, if not "The Most", talented guitar players I've ever seen. If you can find his "Redneck Jazz" cd you'll be even more amazed at his talent and versatility. Sorry it isn't available on iTunes because it's my favorite of his works.

What a player!!

Guitar players knew Danny Gatton as "The Master of the Telecaster" - he left us way too soon. His live shows were legendary, and especially his trademark hanging a towel over the neck of his guitar and proceeding to play lightning fast staccato solos through that towel. If you're an afficianado of masterful blues and the classic clean Fender through a Fender guitar style, Danny was the man!

Biography

Born: September 4, 1945 in Washington D.C.

Genre: Rock

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

Guitar virtuoso Danny Gatton was known for the incredibly wide stylistic range of his playing; based in rockabilly, Gatton's musical vocabulary included R&B, pop, country, rock, and jazz, all of which he could play effectively. Gatton began playing at age nine, joining his first band, the Lancers, three years later. In 1960, Gatton pursued a jazz direction when he joined the Offbeats, where pianist/organist Dick Heintze proved to be one of Gatton's biggest influences. The band broke up four years...
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