He moved to Nashville in the mids, working for Hohner Guitars, and in he was reunited with West and released an album titled "For the Last Time ". In Bryant, Jimmy Bryant - Blow Your Hat In The Creek / Model 400 Buckboard (Vinyl) heavy smoker, was found to have lung cancer and he returned to Los Angeles, even playing at Jimmy Bryant - Blow Your Hat In The Creek / Model 400 Buckboard (Vinyl) benefit concert organized for him.
Soon afterwards, his health worsening, he moved back to Moultrie, where he died in September Legendary jazz guitarist Jimmy Bryant - Blow Your Hat In The Creek / Model 400 Buckboard (Vinyl) Kessel once said, "of all the guitar players I have known, Jimmy Bryant is the fastest and the cleanest, and has more technique than any other". Bryant, who was an inspiration for England's guitar great Albert Lee, owned the first Fender Broadcaster guitar, which carried his name and the serial number 1.
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Mama's And Papa's Waves. Danny Wagner and Kindred Soul. These two brought out the best in each other, and if West might be a little better known due to the relatively exotic flavors of his flashy steel playing, Bryant was his equal for mind-bending fluidity.
Some of the compositions are less memorable than others, but at their best, as on "Bryant's Bounce," "Bryant's Boogie," "Stratosphere Boogie," "Pickin' the Chicken," and "Arkansas Traveler," they're truly astounding, landmark achievements in high-paced country swing and boogie music.
Although much Bryant-West material has been reissued elsewhere particularly on the Bear Family box Flamin' Guitarsthis set does offer much even to those who have other Bryant-West anthologies in its inclusion of 37 tracks that Bryant recorded without West in the s. True, these weren't up to the groundbreaking level of the earlier recordings, due to both generally less impressive compositions and less sterling instrumental support.
Bryant's skills and speed, however, were undiminished, at times yielding tracks on par with anything he recorded, like the dazzling "Laughing Guitar" and "Blow Your Hat in the Creek," and the shrieking remake of "Whistle Stop. And even hardened Bryant collectors will find something new here in the form of five previously unreleased recordings, including an impressive remake of "Frettin' Fingers" the original, done with West, is also here.
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