Saturday, February 1, 2014

Rob Galbraith

Hen's-teeth rare soul-country gem.



  1. Thanks!
    A keyboardist, songwriter and producer from Concord, Tenn., Rob Galbraith is known to record collectors as the man who made the 1970 full-length Nashville Dirt. A minor classic of Southern-fried R&B, Nashville Dirt features Galbraith’s unhurried vocals and sly songwriting. Galbraith followed it with 1976‘s Throw Me a Bone, which is just as funky, if a bit slicker. Along the way, Galbraith worked as an A&R man for country producer Billy Sherrill, and record fiends may recall that Galbraith was a member of Nashville country-funk band Jubal, a group that also included bassist Dennis Linde. As a producer, Galbraith has overseen projects by Larry Jon Wilson and Ronnie Milsap, and has co-produced a forthcoming Milsap full-length. Tonight, Galbraith plays in a group that features Bruce Dees and Sam Hunter, along with drummer Chester Thompson. Expect some laid-back, funky grooves. - Edd Hurt

    Prodoced by Rob Galbraith and
    Tom Malone for HLI Productions
    Engineering: Mike Figlio

    Rob Galbraith - String Guitar, Piano and Vibres, Vocals
    Wade Conklin - Guitar
    Tom Malone - 12-string Electric Guitar
    Major Talton - Electric Bass
    Arvin Scott, James Burke - Drums
    Henry Sizetecki - Acoustic Bass
    Mark Morris - Conga Drum
    Ed Kollis - Harmonica

  2. Wanted!
    Hi EW! I'm looking for the album Anna Black - Thinking About My Man (1969)
    You do not have this album?

  3. Sorry ... don't have that one. I do have "Meet Anna Black" if you are interested.