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OAITW r.2.0

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Wed Nov 29, 2023, 11:51 PM Nov 2023

Delaney and Bonnie - Going Down the Road Feeling Bad - 1971

Look who played....

Delaney and Bonnie, of course.

Greg/Duane Almann
Leron Russell
Carl Radle
Jim Gordon
Dave Mason
Rita Coolridge
Eric Clapton
King Curtis
Bobby Whitlock
Bobby Keys
Gram Parsons
George Harrison

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Delaney and Bonnie - Going Down the Road Feeling Bad - 1971 (Original Post) OAITW r.2.0 Nov 2023 OP
Thanks for posting. I recognize all of those names. twodogsbarking Nov 2023 #1
One name should really stand out. JohnnyRingo Nov 2023 #3
The infamous Jim Gordon on drums. JohnnyRingo Nov 2023 #2

JohnnyRingo

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2. The infamous Jim Gordon on drums.
Thu Nov 30, 2023, 10:16 AM
Nov 2023

Who didn't he play for? He appeared on nearly every vinyl record you own.
So sad when the Derek & The Dominos drummer who co-wrote "Layla" listened to the voices that told him to kill his mother.

Perhaps the greatest session drummer in history, he was known for flying in with a pair of drum sticks and when seated behind the kit, instinctively knew exactly what to do. He saved much money on recording studio costs.

Here's a partial list of artists he was hired to play with:


Peter Allen: Taught by Experts
Duane Allman: An Anthology
Hoyt Axton: My Griffin Is Gone
Joan Baez: Diamonds & Rust; From Every Stage; Gulf Winds; Blowin' Away
The Beach Boys: Pet Sounds; Smiley Smile; Friends; 20/20
The Beau Brummels: Triangle
Stephen Bishop: Careless
Cilla Black: It Makes Me Feel Good
Bread: Bread
Teresa Brewer: 16 Most Requested Songs
Jackson Browne: The Pretender
Jack Bruce: Out of the Storm
The Byrds: The Notorious Byrd Brothers
Glen Campbell: "Wichita Lineman"
The Carpenters: Horizon; A Kind of Hush; Interpretations
Chad and Jeremy: The Ark
Cher: Stars
Eric Clapton: Eric Clapton
Gene Clark: Gene Clark with the Gosdin Brothers
Joe Cocker: Mad Dogs & Englishmen
Judy Collins: Who Knows Where the Time Goes
Alice Cooper: Alice Cooper Goes to Hell; Lace and Whiskey
Crosby, Stills & Nash: Crosby, Stills & Nash
Burton Cummings: Burton Cummings; Dream of a Child
Delaney & Bonnie: On Tour with Eric Clapton; D&B Together
Derek and the Dominos: Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs; In Concert; Live at the Fillmore
Neil Diamond: Beautiful Noise
Donovan: Essence to Essence
Dr. John: The Sun, Moon & Herbs
The Everly Brothers: Gone Gone Gone; Beat & Soul; Two Yanks in England; Roots; Stories We Could Tell
Art Garfunkel: Angel Clare; Breakaway
David Gates: First
Lowell George: Thanks, I'll Eat It Here
Merle Haggard: Same Train, a Different Time
Hall & Oates: Daryl Hall & John Oates; Bigger Than Both of Us
Albert Hammond: It Never Rains in Southern California; The Free Electric Band; Albert Hammond
George Harrison: All Things Must Pass; Living in the Material World; Extra Texture (Read All About It)
Jim Henson: The Muppet Movie
Richard "Groove" Holmes: Six Million Dollar Man
John Lee Hooker: Endless Boogie
Jim Horn: Through the Eyes of a Horn; Jim's Horn
Thelma Houston: I've Got the Music in Me
The Hues Corporation: Freedom for the Stallion; Rockin' Soul; Love Corporation; I Caught Your Act
Incredible Bongo Band: "Apache"; Bongo Rock
Phil Keaggy: Love Broke Thru; Ph'lip Side
B.B. King: B.B. King in London
Carole King: The City
Cheryl Ladd: Dance Forever
John Lennon: "Power to the People"[18]
The Lettermen: Lettermen 1; Spin Away
Gordon Lightfoot: Sundown; Cold on the Shoulder; Gord's Gold; Summertime Dream
Nils Lofgren: Cry Tough
Manhattan Transfer: Coming Out; Pastiche
Dave Mason: Alone Together
Country Joe McDonald: Love is a Fire
Maria Muldaur: Maria Muldaur; Waitress in a Donut Shop
Elliott Murphy: Elliott Murphy; Lost Generation
Oliver Nelson: Skull Session
Tracy Nelson: Time Is on My Side
Randy Newman: Randy Newman; 12 Songs
Harry Nilsson: Aerial Ballet; Skidoo (Soundtrack); Harry; Nilsson Schmilsson; Son of Dracula (Soundtrack)
Goro Noguchi: Goro in Los Angeles, U.S.A.
Yoko Ono: Fly
Van Dyke Parks: Song Cycle; Discover America
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers; Playback
Kenny Rankin: Silver Morning
Redeye: Redeye
Emitt Rhodes: The American Dream
Righteous Brothers: Give It to the People
Minnie Riperton: Adventures in Paradise
Johnny Rivers: L.A. Reggae; Blue Suede Shoes; Last Boogie in Paris; New Lovers and Old Friends; Wild Night; Outside Help
Leon Russell: Leon Russell and the Shelter People
Seals and Crofts: Seals & Crofts; Summer Breeze; Diamond Girl
John Sebastian: Tarzana Kid
Louie Shelton: Touch Me
Judee Sill: Heart Food
Carly Simon: No Secrets; Hotcakes; Playing Possum
Tom Snow: Taking It All in Stride; Tom Snow
The Souther-Hillman-Furay Band: The Souther-Hillman-Furay Band
Joey Stec: Joey Stec
Steely Dan: Pretzel Logic; "Here at the Western World"
B. W. Stevenson: Lead Free; My Maria; Calabasas
John Stewart: The Phoenix Concerts
Stone Poneys: "Different Drum";[19] Evergreen, Volume 2
Barbra Streisand: Barbra Joan Streisand
Mariya Takeuchi: Love Songs
Bob Thiele & His Orchestra: I Saw Pinetop Spit Blood
Mel Tormé: Right Now!
Traffic: Welcome to the Canteen; The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys
John Travolta: John Travolta
John Valenti: Anything You Want
Tom Waits: The Heart of Saturday Night
Tim Weisberg: Hurtwood Edge; Dreamspeaker
Bobby Whitlock: Bobby Whitlock; Raw Velvet
Andy Williams[clarification needed]
Mason Williams: "Classical Gas"
Frank Zappa: Apostrophe ('); Läther; 'Grand Wazoo' (tour) and 'Petit Wazoo' (tour); Imaginary Diseases; Wazoo; Little Dots

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