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Thank you.....I've changed the thread title. My mistake......
Correct me if I'm wrong, these are the same guys that used to play with Bob Seger all the time, right? I'm a huge Bob Seger fan and if they are who I'm thinking of, I can't believe he wouldn't be included in the film at all. He used them on like all of his biggest albums.
Jimmy Johnson on guitar there...he was a big help recording Keith ..David Hood on bass...Spooner Oldham on keys...not sure who the drummer was but not Roger Hawkins ..?Quote
bye bye johnny
The Swampers with Candi Staton, John Paul White and Jason Isbell - David Letterman, October 3.
"That down-and-dirty ditty opens with “Gold Coast slave ship bound for cotton fields/Sold in a market down in New Orleans.” It would have been nice if Mr. Camalier addressed this song or the Confederate flag favored by Lynyrd Skynyrd, another Muscle Shoals client. But such difficult subjects make him skittish and sometimes lead him to make wincing choices, like Bono yammering on about race in America. That’s too bad because, while many of the famed Muscle Shoals musicians were white, this celebrated sound also has deep roots in African-American history and all the pretty fields in the movie that are now covered with sunflowers rather than broken bodies"
what was the director supposed say-"yeah mick jagger was down here,i think he was trying to start up the slave trade again" -"and skynyrd,yeah they were holding klan rallies behind the studio"