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  • Performer: Steve G
  • Title: "Old Friends"
  • Genre: Rock / Blues / Pop
  • Released: 1992
  • Style: Folk Rock, Pop Rock
  • MP3 album: 1271 mb
  • FLAC album: 1386 mb
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 287
Steve G  - "Old Friends" album FLAC

You Can't Make Old Friends is the twenty-seventh and final studio album from American country music artist Kenny Rogers. Released on October 8, 2013 via Warner Bros. Nashville, it is Rogers' first album of original material since 2006's Water & Bridges. Its title track, a duet with Dolly Parton, peaked at number 57 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart in December 2013, becoming Rogers' first single released in six years. You Can't Make Old Friends" was later included on Parton's 2014 album, Blue Smoke.

When Guy Clark recorded his 1988 album Old Friends, he enlisted a bevy of musician buds to fulfill the title, from Rosanne Cash and Vince Gill to Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell. Those last two appear on Steve Earle’s new version of the LP’s title track, the latest song released from his upcoming tribute to Clark, Guy. In the hands of Earle and his band the Dukes, Old Friends is a solemn prayer, with Harris harmonizing with Earle on the opening verse. She did likewise on Clark’s original recording of the song, written by Clark and his wife Susanna Clark with Richard Dobson.

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The valve trombone is a sort of poor man's trombone. At least, it is not taken quite as seriously as perhaps it should be. Bob Brookmeyer is one of its few famous practitioners, and he has been plying his skills for decades. Brookmeyer is also an accomplished big band arranger, and his talents often veer in that direction. For many, though, he is a much better player than writer, and this recording showcases him in a favorable light as leader of a very fine acoustic quartet, performing a set of five standards. He is at heart a conservative soloist.

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Old friends in better times. even though, even though we miss you now Look forward don't look back We'll get by somehow). And so I raise my glass in a last goodbye Sleep in peace old friend, for me you'll never die The best thing I can say, after all this time, is You were a real friend, of mine. Old Friends’ is the last track on Roger Taylor’s 1994 solo album, Happiness?. It was written about former band-mate Freddie Mercury, who tragically died of AIDS related complications in 1991

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A1 Old Friends 4:31
A2 Zig-Zag 3:38
A3 Baby Hold On 5:48
A4 First Time Lat Time 3:00
B1 Cry No More 5:20
B2 Pick Yourself Up 4:48
B3 Roll With It 3:52
B4 Waiting On The Rain 5:00

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  • Recorded At – Minstrel Studios


  • Acoustic Guitar – Steve Gulbrandsen
  • Arranged By – Steve Gulbrandsen
  • Backing Vocals – Cheryl Jacobsen (tracks: B1 - B 4), Mary Fickel (tracks: A1 - A 4), Mary Lata (tracks: B1 - B 4)
  • Bass Guitar – Marty Christensen (tracks: A1 - A 4), Reno Reese (tracks: B1 - B 4)
  • Composed By – Steve Gulbrandsen
  • Drums – Patrick Doyle (tracks: A1 - A 4), Woody Sims (tracks: B1 - B 4)
  • Electric Guitar – Steve Gulbrandsen
  • Engineer – John Svek*
  • Fiddle – Kenny Putnam
  • Guitar – Jack Fickel (tracks: A1 - A 4)
  • Keyboards – Steve Gulbrandsen
  • Lead Guitar – Jack Fickel (tracks: A3), John Lake
  • Lead Vocals – Steve Gulbrandsen
  • Mixed By – John Svek*
  • Producer – Steve Gulbrandsen
  • Saxophone – Bobby Thompson
  • Slide Guitar – John Lake


on cover stated: "This Tape Is As Human As Technically Possible";
Reviews about Steve G - "Old Friends" (1):
Steve Gulbrandsen hails from Chicago and he played on Jim Schwall's EXCELLENT "spring vacation" album from '78. ...on this here cassette it's relaxed 'n laid-back West-Coasty Rock w/ a couple of melodic songs that really grab yer' dusty ol' ossicles!! a fine album and 100% worth your try!! Steve was also co-founder of M.H.C; Catfish & Crystal; Longshot; Cody Jarrett Band...

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