' Sweet music for dreaming: Souviens-toi

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Souviens-toi

des souvenirs d'été.


dédié à tous nos Amis de la musique

"de ma première guitare hawaïenne à ma pedal-steel-guitar Multiharp"






21 commentaires :

Nickie et Jacques a dit…

Nous avons souhaité que Cybercommune de Trébeurden soit précisé ci-dessus : aussi, nous recevons des lettres adressées à:
" Nickie et Jacques Gabelout 22560 Trébeurden "...! (bravo la Poste!)
Elles proviennent de personnes qui rencontrent des difficultés à nous envoyer un commentaire...

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Damir Besic
De:
Nashville, TN.
Poster Publié le 11 décembre 2015 11h45
Doug Beaumier a écrit:
J'aime celui la! -----> Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqhzeGKh9UI
belle musique ... merci

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Doug Beaumier
From:
Northampton, MA
Post Posted 28 Jun 2015 10:39 am
This video has been posted a couple of times in the Steel Players section, but I thought it also deserved mention in the non-pedal section.

The video looks like it was made in the 1960s. She's playing a Gibson ElectraHarp, but she doesn't touch the pedals at all. I love her playing! This makes me realize how much I Don't know about steel guitar history and some of the players.

Nickie Annick Gabelout --click it--> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqhzeGKh9UI

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Andy Volk
From:
Boston, MA
Post Posted 28 Jun 2015 5:37 pm Reply with quote
That was beautiful, Doug. Looks like her heyday was the 60s but the duet video looks much later .... 80s or 90s maybe.
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C. E. Jackson
From:
Mississippi, USA
Post Posted 28 Jun 2015 12:15 pm Reply with quote
Doug, here is a photo of Nickie with the Multiharp she bought new in the 1960s. Photo from A. R. Duchossoir's book, "GIBSON Electric Steel Guitars 1935-1967".

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Andy Volk
From:
Boston, MA
Post Posted 28 Jun 2015 5:37 pm Reply with quote
That was beautiful, Doug. Looks like her heyday was the 60s but the duet video looks much later .... 80s or 90s maybe.

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Cartwright Thompson
Post Posted 29 Jun 2015 2:32 am Reply with quote
Cool stuff.
She uses pedals in this one:
http://youtu.be/XM7DRz9OTLI

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Charlie McDonald
From:
out of the blue
Post Posted 29 Jun 2015 3:17 am Reply with quote
My gosh, she plays it like it's a classical guitar. Beautiful.

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Roy Thomson
From:
Wolfville, Nova Scotia,Canada
Post Posted 26 Oct 2015 10:52 am Reply with quote
Like Doug, Souviens-Toi is nice listening. It has that Third Man Theme sound..
Good thread. Smile
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Joe Goldmark
From:
San Francisco, CA 94131
Post Posted 29 Aug 2012 8:25 am Reply with quote
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqhzeGKh9UI

At the 1:00 minute mark they start to show her career and at the 1:48 mark they show the EPs and cassettes. I think her heyday was mostly in the late '60s. Any information is appreciated.

Joe

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Steve Norman
From:
Seattle Washington, USA
Post Posted 30 Aug 2012 12:40 pm Reply with quote
thats how I pose Joe! pretty stuff on that video

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Jeff Watson


From:
Anza, CA. USA
Post Posted 30 Aug 2012 1:56 pm Reply with quote
tres cool...she stuck with one guitar and one guitar player all the way

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Darrell Schmidt
From:
Charles City, Iowa, USA
Post Posted 30 Aug 2012 3:29 pm Reply with quote
They certainly complemented each other with there guitars.
I really enjoyed that over all the fast pace muscic now days.

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Cliff Kane
From:
the late great golden state
Post Posted 30 Aug 2012 3:56 pm
Another example of how a thoughtful ear and touch serves one much more than an arsenal of pedals and levers.
Michael, you have the coolest literature collection!

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Jim Cohen
From:
Philadelphia, PA
Post Posted 17 Jan 2008 1:52 pm
Who's the chick in front of the steel guitar in the last photo, and where did she go for the last 60 years? They don't seem to hang out in front of steels anymore... Sad

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Jim Cohen
From:
Philadelphia, PA
Post Posted 18 Jan 2008 7:12 am Reply with quote
Michael Lee Allen wrote:
Nickie Gabelout. She's way too good for you. And she has a husband. So quit drooling and get lost.

But I'm already lost. I've been lost for a long time... Muttering

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Doug Beaumier
From:
Northampton, MA
Post Posted 18 Jan 2008 11:30 am Reply with quote
Come on Jim, old steel players like us have our groupies!

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julien grycan a ajouté un commentaire sur votre vidéo.

julien grycan
magnifaïk !

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Jim Cohen
From:
Philadelphia, PA
Post Posted 17 Jan 2008 1:52 pm Reply with quote
Who's the chick in front of the steel guitar in the last photo, and where did she go for the last 60 years? They don't seem to hang out in front of steels anymore... Sad

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Jim Cohen



From:
Philadelphia, PA
Post Posted 18 Jan 2008 7:12 am Reply with quote
Michael Lee Allen wrote:
Nickie Gabelout. She's way too good for you. And she has a husband. So quit drooling and get lost.

But I'm already lost. I've been lost for a long time... Muttering

Nickie et Jacques a dit…

Georges Chatagny ( steeler suisse ) membre du Forum Steel guitar fr.
depuis le 1er Avril.
Sur une lett e qu'il nous a adressé, il nous charge de vous remercier pour votre acceuil et de vous dire qu'Il est à notre disposition à tous pour répondre aux questions.
Voici le début de ce qu'Il écrit en ce qui concerne l'histoire de la guitare
hawaïenne :
" Pour savoir ce que je sais aujourd'hui dans ce domaine, j'ai englouti une
petite fortune en collections de disques, abonnements à divers clubs et
revues, et par le fait, recevoir leurs "news letters", entretenir une abondante correspondance , recevoir également divers documents et magazines.
Je dois dire que ce serait avec un immense plaisir que je communiquerais ceci à ceux qui sont intéressés...

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