The Unbelievable Guitar and Voice of Jerry Reed. Release date: February 1967. Jerry Reed Explores Guitar Country.
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Real Gone's 2012 two-fer reissues Jerry Reed's first two albums - 1967's The Unbelievable Guitar & Voice of Jerry Reed and 1968's Nashville Underground - on one CD. As the title of the 1967 debut makes plain, Reed's guitar was always central to his persona, so it comes as a slight surprise that there are only a few big showcases for his picking. Also, the album concludes with "The Claw," the first - and by many measures best - of his casual displays of guitar virtuosity.
Two of the best Jerry Reed albums showcasing his incredible, influential guitar style and composing genius. Sound is pristine, one of the best sounding CD's I own.
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Jerry Reed wrote the Elvis hits Guitar Man and . Male, as well as Johnny Cash’s A Thing Called Love. Meanwhile, he also starred as Cledus Snow in the ’77 Burt Reynolds film Smokey And The Bandit and wrote the film’s theme tune East Bound And Down. On top of all that, as his debut album testifies, Reed was one of the most gifted guitarists that ever drifted into Nashville. For full evidence of his talent, wrap your ears around The Claw, a nylon-strung workout as worshipped by Jerry Donahue, Tommy Emmanuel and his best friend and collaborator, Chet Atkins. The final album of guitarist Sonny Sharrock is also considered to be his best.
This Album: The Unbelievable Guitar and Voice of Jerry Reed (1967). Next Album: Nashville Underground (1968). The Unbelievable Guitar and Voice of Jerry Reed is a studio album by Jerry Reed, released in 1967. It was his first album for RCA Victor Jerry eventually recorded a total of 33 albums for RCA Victor. The album is notable for introducing two songs, "Guitar Man" and ". Male", that would soon after be covered by Elvis Presley, with Reed participating in the recording sessions.
|A1||It Don't Work That Way||2:15|
|A5||I Feel For You||2:56|
|A6||Take A Walk||2:31|
|B2||If I Promise||2:29|
|B5||If It Comes To That||2:18|
- Recorded At – RCA Victor Studios, Nashville
- Bass – Junior Huskey
- Drums – Jerry Carrigan
- Guitar – Fred Carter, Jr. (tracks: A2, B6), Jerry Reed, Velma Smith (tracks: A4, A5), Wayne Moss
- Harpsichord – Chet Atkins (tracks: A4, A5), Jerry Smith , Ray Stevens
- Producer – Chet Atkins
|LSA 3040 (LSP-3756)||Jerry Reed||The Unbelievable Guitar & Voice Of (LP)||RCA Victor||LSA 3040 (LSP-3756)||UK||1971|
|LSP-3756, LSP 3756||Jerry Reed||The Unbelievable Guitar & Voice Of Jerry Reed (LP, Album, Ind)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||LSP-3756, LSP 3756||US||1967|
|LSP-3756||Jerry Reed||The Unbelievable Guitar & Voice Of (LP, Album, RE)||RCA Victor||LSP-3756||US||1971|
|LPM-3756||Jerry Reed||The Unbelievable Guitar & Voice Of (LP, Mono)||RCA Victor||LPM-3756||US||1967|