Harold Ray Bradley
Harold Ray Bradley (January 2, 1926 – January 31, 2019) was an American guitarist and entrepreneur, who played on many country, rock and pop recordings and produced numerous TV variety shows and movie soundtracks. Having started as a session musician in the 1940s, he was a part of the Nashville A-Team of session players, which included pianist Floyd Cramer and pedal steel guitarist Pete Drake. He is one of the most recorded guitarists in music history.
Birth and Death Data: Born January 2nd, 1926 (Nashville)
Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1949 - 1972
Roles Represented in DAHR: guitar, electric guitar, electric bass
Recordings (Results 226-250 of 584 records)
|Company||Matrix No.||Size||First Recording Date||Title||Primary Performer||Description||Role||Audio|
|Decca||NA 10434||10/28/1958||My French Canadian girl||Montana Slim||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10435||10/28/1958||Sick, sober and sorry||Montana Slim||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10444||10/29/1958||Almost lonely||Justin Tubb||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10445||10/29/1958||Giveaway girl||Justin Tubb||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10446||10/29/1958||Heart's command||Justin Tubb||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10471||11/7/1958||My heart is an open book||Carl Dobkins, Jr.||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10472||11/7/1958||My pledge to you||Carl Dobkins, Jr.||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10503||11/20/1958||Let the whole world know||Arnie Derksen||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10504||11/20/1958||I'd like to be alone||Arnie Derksen||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10505||11/23/1958||A sinner's prayer||Montana Slim||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10506||11/23/1958||My prairie rose||Montana Slim||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10507||11/23/1958||Yodelin' my babies to sleep||Montana Slim||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10508||11/23/1958||Born to lose||Montana Slim||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10543||12/23/1958||Miss memory||Bobby Helms||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10544||12/23/1958||New river train||Bobby Helms||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10552||1/7/1959||You're no longer mine||Bobby Helms||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10553||1/7/1959||I want to be with you||Bobby Helms||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10554||1/8/1959||I'm moving along||Patsy Cline||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10555||1/8/1959||I'm blue again||Patsy Cline||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10556||1/8/1959||Love, love, love me honey do||Patsy Cline||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10557||1/9/1959||Yes, I understand-1||Patsy Cline||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10558||1/9/1959||Gotta lot of rhythm in my soul||Patsy Cline||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10683||4/15/1959||She wanna rock||Arnie Derksen||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10684||4/15/1959||The party was over||Arnie Derksen||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 10685||4/15/1959||My dancing shoes||Arnie Derksen||instrumentalist, guitar|
Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Bradley, Harold Ray," accessed October 26, 2020, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/201029.
Bradley, Harold Ray. (2020). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 26, 2020, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/201029.
"Bradley, Harold Ray." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2020. Web. 26 October 2020.
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