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John Hughey - On And Off Stage album mp3

John Hughey - On And Off Stage album mp3
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On And Off Stage
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Pacific, Easy Listening
Released:
1977
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UK
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Written By – John Hughey. On And Off Stage ‎(LP, Album). Checkmate Records (5). CMLF 1007.

John Hughey (December 27, 1933 – November 18, 2007) was an American musician. He was known for his work as a session pedal steel guitar player for various country music acts, most notably Vince Gill and Conway Twitty. A member of the Pedal Steel Guitar Hall of Fame, Hughey was known for a distinctive playing style called "crying steel", which focused primarily on the higher range of the guitar.

John Wilden Hughes Jr. (February 18, 1950 – August 6, 2009) was an American filmmaker.

Electric Guitar - Russ Hicks and Greg Galbraith. Piano -Randy Goodrum. Bass - Buddy Emmons and John Rich. Orchestral Effects - Roger Hicks. Harmonica - Mike (Douchette) Davis. Acoustic Guitar - John Rich, Mike Davis, and Russ Hicks. Drums - Larry London. Dobro - Jimmie Crawford. Producer - Jimmie Crawford with Chimer Productions. Studios - Cinderalla, B. R. Remixes - Ironside. Recording Engineers - John Moss and Rusty Thornhill. Remixing Engineer - Rich Shirmer. Cover Picture - Jean Hughey. Mastered at Masterfonics, Nashville, TN.

John Hughes was the DJ of our youth. Here are some of his best mixes. Bring on the dancing horses and rest in peace. Don't you (forget about me)". What a Feeling") and Steve Schiff, guitarist for German punk chanteuse Nina Hagen. Swiss electronica band Yello released this song on their 1985 album "Stella" to little notice. Hughes brilliantly dropped in his '86 classic "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" to declare Ferris' (Matthew Broderick) obsession with Cameron's (Alan Ruck) dad's Ferrari. That scene gave the song a permanent place in pop culture. Oh Yeah" is now shorthand for anything coveted, hot, or sexy.

John Bettis, Jerry Goldsmith. 13. Rose/Hello Again. Neil Diamond, Amanda McBroom.

John Hughes, who died on Thursday at 59, directed only eight films, of which the four I’ve mentioned are the best. All but his last, Curly Sue, belong to the ’80s, a decade in which Mr. Hughes was also busy as a producer, a screenwriter and a pop-culture embodiment of the age. Historians of cinema may be slow or begrudging in appreciating his achievement, but if auteur status is conferred by the possession of a recognizable style and set of themes, Mr. Hughes’s place in the pantheon cannot be denied. Adolescence is the stage at which this contradiction is most acute, and its possible resolution most tantalizing. And when Mr. Hughes moved outside of that zone, into childhood or early adulthood, a sour, hostile undertone crept into his films.

Sean Hughes on stage. Hughes immediately stood out. There was a literary bent to his playful style and his routines were peppered with references to pop music. He was a huge Smiths fan and imagined Morrissey phoning him up for a chat. He made comedy cool long before it was described as the new rock’n’roll. When he won the Perrier award at 24 he was the youngest winner of the prize. Further critical and popular success came with Sean’s Show on Channel 4 in 1992. He is survived by his brothers, Alan and Martin. Sean Hughes (John Hughes), comedian and actor, born 10 November 1965; died 16 October 2017.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Deep Water
Written By – Fred Rose
2:35
A2 Hello Darlin'
Written By – Conway Twitty
3:02
A3 Let It Shine
Written By – Linda Hargrove
2:31
A4 I'm Not Lisa
Written By – Jessie Colter*
3:03
A5 I Don't Believe My Heart Can Stand Another You
Written By – Billy Ray Reynolds
2:59
B1 I'll Come Runnin'
Written By – Connie Smith
2:02
B2 You've Never Been This Far Before
Written By – Conway Twitty
3:11
B3 Pan Handle Rag
Written By – Leon McAuliffe
2:18
B4 Lying Here (With Linda On My Mind)
Written By – Conway Twitty
2:49
B5 Pickin' Polka
Written By – John Hughey
2:38

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CMLF 1007 John Hughey On And Off Stage ‎(LP, Album) Checkmate Records CMLF 1007 UK 1977