John Williams the classical guitarist
I don't think that is quite correct.Both of those guys are perfect for this thread you made.
Steve Hunter is all over the DLR album A Little Ain't Enough when he had to fill in
for Jason Becker.
I knew Tim at the beginning of his career (before he moved to LA), but I still get a kick out of discovering songs that he played on...songs that I've admired over the years without knowing he played on them.Tim Pierce. I had no idea he played on so many hit songs. Definitely one of many unsung hero session players out there. His YouTube channel is great.
I don't think that is quite correct.
Steve was there to "teach" Jason how to "play the blues" as far as what I read from an interview with Steve.
I believe he was also there to help track but I have never heard he was a "fill in", and Jason is fantastic all over that album!
But songwriting credits are not the same as recording...Make me wonder. I have heard (interviews) and read all kinds of conflicting things about that
record, the sessions, and who played what. I know Jason is on the record playing some leads, but
he has only two writing credits (last two songs on the album??)... and by all accounts the ALS was
afflicting him big time by the time they were in the studio recording. I have heard he couldn't even
stand in the studio and the tremors in his hands had started already and that was why Steve came
Hard to argue if it is from Steve's own lips, though.
Most likely the previously mentioned Brett Tuggle contributions. I personally really like that album, though.The prominence of the keyboards on that album make it a tough listen for me. Sounds
like Autograph was backing Dave.
Just to be clear, St Vincent is not "the band", it's the stage name Annie uses.Annie Clark from St. Vincent
She’s been around for a while (thought not an old timer) but never knew what a unique guitar player she was and how talented.
Always heard of the band but though it was just the typical modern pop crap you’d hear on the radio so never bothered to actually listen