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Written-By – Trad.
- Arranged By – Eric Weissberg
Light green labels. Similar to Dueling Banjos but with a smaller pressing ring.
Strawberry Mastering were active between 1978 to 1983 so this will have been issued between then.
Side A is based on Fuedin' Banjo's written By Arthur Smith
(From the Warner Bros. film "Deliverance")
Manufactured in the UK
Side A - Keith Prowse Music / EMI Music Ltd.
Side B - Warner Bros. Music Ltd.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): K 16223 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): K 16223 B
- Matrix / Runout (Both labels): REP 3576
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): K 16223 A1 1 D H
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): K 16223 B1 1 D H
- Matrix / Runout (Both sides, stamped): STRAWBERRY
- Record Company – Warner Bros. Inc.
- Distributed By – WEA Records Ltd.
- Published By – Keith Prowse Music
- Published By – EMI Music Ltd.
- Published By – Warner Bros. Music Ltd.
- Pressed By – Damont
- Lacquer Cut At – Strawberry Mastering
Eric Weissberg. Dueling Banjos. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Duelling Banjos was arranged and performed for the movie Deliverance by Eric Weissberg and Steve Mandell and was included on the soundtrack album. Dueling Banjos is an instrumental composition by Arthur Guitar Boogie Smith. The song was composed in 1955 by Smith Weissberg, a gifted multi-instrumentalist whose melodic banjo work on the 1973 hit single Dueling Banjos helped bring bluegrass music into the cultural mainstream, died on Sunday in a nursing home near Detroit. He was 80. Juliet Weissberg, his wife of 34 years, said the cause was complications of Alzheimers disease. Though the theme songs to the film Bonnie & Clyde 1967 and the CBS sitcom The Beverly Hillbillies, both recorded by Flatt and Scruggs, preceded Dueling Banjos in exposing wide audiences to bluegrass, neither made it to the pop Top 40. The rest of the soundtrack was made up of songs recorded in 1963 by Eric Weissberg and Marshall Brickman and released on an album called New Dimensions in Bluegrass. Largely as a result of its use in the movie, this in often associated with country bumpkins. The first few notes are often used in movies and TV shows to imply a hillbilly mentality. Eric Weissberg And Steve Mandel - Dueling Banjos: From The Original Sound Track Of The Deliverance 8-Trk, Album. Eric Weissberg, Whose Dueling Banjos Was an Unlikely Smash, Dies at 80. The soundtrack album for Deliverance spent three weeks at No. 1 and the single itself was No. 2 for four weeks in 1973. By Chris Willman. Chris Willman. Weissberg was a fixture on the New York folk scene before being enlisted to bring his banjo cover the traditional but largely unfamiliar instrumental with Steve Mandell for John Boormans adventure-thriller in 1972. When it was released as a single, it rose to No. 2 on the Billboard pop chart and stayed there for four weeks in 1973, blocked from the top spot only by Roberta Flacks Killing Me Softly With His Song. Album 1973 18 Songs. Soundtrack 1973. Eric Weissberg & Steve Mandell. Little Maggie. Eric Weissberg & Deliverance. Shuckin' the Corn. Pony Express. Old Joe Clark. Eight More Miles to Louisville. Farewell Blues. Earl's Breakdown. Bluegrass musician Eric Weissberg, whose cover of the Arthur Guitar Boogie Smith instrumental Dueling Banjos became an unlikely pop hit when it appeared on the soundtrack to the 1972 film Deliverance, died Sunday at the age of 80 after a five-year struggle with dementia. His son, Will Weissberg, confirmed the musicians death to Rolling Stone. Eric Weissberg was a consummate musician, a solid and seemingly effortless player of stringed instruments of all kinds - banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, pedal steel, and string bass, his lifelong friend and frequent collaborator Happy Traum wrote
Performer: Eric Weissberg
Title: Duelling Banjos
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Catalog: K 16223
Size MP3: 1422 mb
Size FLAC: 1688 mb
Rating: 4.2 / 5
Record source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Repress, Stereo, Solid Centre