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October 22, 2008



A wonderful blog~

Krys O.

At this link, you'll find R. Stevie Moore's remembrance of Buddy. They did many sessions together and Stevie's dad, Bob was part of the A-Team.


We've got that 45 on display at home.

Listener Greg G.

Thanks for the link to R. Stevie Moore's Buddy Harman tribute, Krys. I especially enjoyed the great BH photo gallery found here:


Krys O.

I'm happy to oblige. My favorite pics on that page include the pics of Buddy with Burl Ives (above the Vince Gill pic) and the jazz combo set up with Chet Atkins, Bob Moore, Floyd Cramer and Buddy (B&W next to Beacoups of Blues cover).

Ted Hering

I remember Buddy had another 45 rpm in the early 1960s called "Marchin' Thru." It contained a wonderful drum-and-bass bride. I wonder what ever happeded to that record? It was a green label DJ copy, possibly on Mercury.

Mike Barber

I wish My Wife had been a Drum-and-Bass Bride.

Al Beany

You're thinkin of Buddy Rich, perhappededs? Where's that confounded bridge?


Listen to Harman's muted cymbal riff at the very beginning of "That's What You Do To Me" by the Everly Brothers. It always gives me a thrill!

Ben W.

was always a fan of buddy harman,along with some of his peers,like karl himmel and kenneth buttrey.They dont make em like those guys anymore.

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