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Arthur ;Guitar Boogie; Smith* - Psychoanalsis / What Is An American? (Vinyl)


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  1. Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith (not to be confused with Arthur Smith (6) "Fiddlin' Arthur Smith") was a country musician and multi-instrumentalist (fiddle, banjo, mandolin, guitar, bass and trumpet) who was born April 1, in Clinton, South Carolina and died April 3, in Charlotte, North quitratinbernucocnyriserrerandy.co first group was Smith's Carolina Crackerjacks (later called Arthur Smith And His Cracker.
  2. Jul 25,  · Here is my cover of Arthur Smith's classic: Guitar Boogie. This song is so awesome! In this video, I used my brand new Ibanez TS9 30th anniversary overdrive pedal and my American Deluxe Stratocaster plugged into my Marshall JVM. As always, for the recording, I used a Shure SM microphone and a Line 6 UX2 sound card.
  3. ARTHUR GUITAR BOOGIE SMITH TOWN & COUNTRY GUITAR HITS LP. VINYL VG TO VG+ CLEAN WITH MINIMAL SCUFFS & SCRATCHES. COVER SHOWS SHELF Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Psychoanalsis / What Is An American? on Discogs. Label: Starday Records - • Format: Vinyl 7 Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith* - Psychoanalsis / What Is An American?
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  6. 7" Single on 45cat: Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith - What Is An American? / Psychoanalysis - Starday - USA -
  7. Arthur Smith (April 1, – April 3, ) was an American musician and songwriter. Smith composed the banjo instrumental "Feudin' Banjos". Born in Clinton, South Carolina, Arthur Smith was a textile mill worker who became a celebrated and respected country music instrumental composer, guitarist, fiddler, and banjo player who had a major hit with the instrumental "Guitar Boogie".
  8. When World War II began, the group split up. Arthur was in Naval Transportation, Sonny Smith was a radar man, Ralph Smith was an Army master sergeant. Even while in the service, they kept up their musical aspirations, for on leaves they would meet up in Washington to do some recordings. One of those sessions resulted in "Guitar Boogie".

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