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Showing posts with label Roy Montrell. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Roy Montrell. Show all posts

Monday, February 27, 2012

Been To Kansas City -Big Joe Turner With Jay Mc Shann and Roy Montrell


Roy Montrell (27 February 1928, New Orleans, Louisiana - 16 March 1979, Amsterdam, The Netherlands) was a rhythm & blues guitarist who performed as a session musician for many famous artists, as well as performing some of his own songs. His original song "(Everytime I Hear) That Mellow Saxophone" has been widely covered by acts including The Stray Cats and Imelda May. It was chosen by Bob Dylan for the "Musical Instruments" episode of his Theme Time Radio Hour series and is featured on the 2-CD set of tracks from the show.
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