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), Died January 31st, 2019
Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1949 - 1972
Roles Represented in DAHR: guitar, electric guitar, electric bass
Recordings (Results 351-375 of 584 records)
|Company||Matrix No.||Size||First Recording Date||Title||Primary Performer||Description||Role||Audio|
|Decca||NA 11681||8/25/1961||South of the border||Patsy Cline||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11682||8/25/1961||Walking after midnight||Patsy Cline||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11683||8/25/1961||Strange||Patsy Cline||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11684||8/25/1961||You're stronger than me||Patsy Cline||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11688||8/30/1961||Break it to me gently-3||Brenda Lee||instrumentalist, electric bass|
|Decca||NA 11689||8/30/1961||Fool number one-3||Brenda Lee||instrumentalist, electric bass|
|Decca||NA 11690||8/30/1961||Anybody but me-1, 3||Brenda Lee||instrumentalist, electric bass|
|Decca||NA 11691||8/30/1961||So deep-2||Brenda Lee||instrumentalist, electric bass|
|Decca||NA 11708||9/13/1961||Instant man||Ronnie Self||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11709||9/13/1961||Some things you can't change||Ronnie Self||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11710||9/13/1961||Moon burn||Ronnie Self||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11832||12/17/1961||She's got you||Patsy Cline||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11840||1/7/1962||Yesterday's champagne (alt.) ; Yesterday's champagne||Bobby Helms||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11841||1/7/1962||One deep love||Bobby Helms||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11842||1/7/1962||Once in a lifetime||Bobby Helms||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11843||1/20/1962||Holding hands for Joe||Burl Ives||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11844||1/20/1962||Sixteen fathoms down||Burl Ives||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11845||1/20/1962||What you gonna do, Leroy?||Burl Ives||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11846||1/20/1962||Brooklyn Bridge||Burl Ives||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11847||1/20/1962||Poor little Jimmie||Burl Ives||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11848||1/20/1962||Thumbin' Johnny Brown||Burl Ives||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11849||1/21/1962||Funny way of laughin'||Burl Ives||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11850||1/21/1962||That's all I can remember||Burl Ives||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11851||1/22/1962||Ninety-nine||Burl Ives||instrumentalist, guitar|
|Decca||NA 11852||1/22/1962||Call me Mr. In-between||Burl Ives||instrumentalist, guitar|
Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Bradley, Harold Ray," accessed December 5, 2020, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/201029.
Bradley, Harold Ray. (2020). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved December 5, 2020, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/201029.
"Bradley, Harold Ray." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2020. Web. 5 December 2020.
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