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9 thoughts on “ Fiery Guitar (Instrumental) - The Arthur Smith Show - In Person (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Arthur Smith (April 1, – April 3, ) was an American musician, songwriter, and producer of records, as well as a radio and TV host. Smith produced radio and TV shows; The Arthur Smith Show was the first nationally syndicated country music show on television. After moving to Charlotte, North Carolina, Smith developed and ran the first commercial recording studio in the Southeast.
  2. May 11,  · The earliest version of his signature moisleephapporecarousjingbehensimi.coinfo, in New York City.
  3. The Arthur Smith Show on television started in the 50s and became so popular that by the mids, it was still networked to most of the USA; artists from all fields were eager guests. Smith and the Crackerjacks (no longer a jazz band) recorded regularly over the years for various labels, with gospel music always prominent.
  4. – The Arthur Smith Singers: Walk Right In: A – Arthur Smith (2) Fiery Guitar (Instrumental) A – Lois Atkins: If I Had A Hammer: A – Ray Atkins, Arthur Smith (2), The Cracker-Jacks (2) Comedy: A – Ray Atkins: Uncle Noah's Ark: A – Ralph Smith & Arthur Smith (2) Comedy: A – Ralph Smith: If You Don't Believe Me: A3.
  5. Country songs and comedy sketches; Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith, guitar, with various vocalists and instrumental ensemble. Description: 1 audio disc: analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 12 in.
  6. I bought this disc after hearing Arthur " Guitar Boogie" Smith's version and I wanted to see if there was a different version of this song (other than the Virtues!) by another artist. As it turned out, I found out that the Moody Brothers did a version of the song in question/5(15).
  7. Article properties: Arthur Smith: Guitar Boogie - The Hits Of. Interpret: Arthur Smith ; Album titlle: Guitar Boogie - The Hits Of; Label GUSTO ; Genre Country ; Year of publication ; Artikelart CD ; EAN: ; weight in Kg
  8. ARTHUR SMITH: Arthur Smith, nationally known for writing and recording Dueling Banjos and Guitar Boogie, has been an important part of the Charlotte-area music scene from the early days of field recording up to the present. Born April 1, , Arthur Smith (no relation to Fiddling Arthur Smith) grew up in the cotton mill town of Kershaw, South Carolina, some sixty miles south of Charlotte.
  9. Jun 03,  · There are more artists with this name; #1 Fiddlin' Arthur Smith (April 10, - February 28, ) was an American old time fiddler and a big influence on the old time and bluegrass music genres. #2 Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith (April 1, - April 3, ) was an American country music instrumental composer, guitarist, fiddler, and banjo player who had a major hit with the instrumental.

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