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Lytle Management Group
P.O. Box 128228
Nashville, TN 37212
Contact Sarah Brosmer
Telephone 615-770-2688

Bookings



Battle Artist Agency
8887 Horton Highway,
College Grove, TN
Contact Rob Battle
office: 615-368-7433
mobile: 615-957-3444

Adkins Publicity

Exclusive PR / Publicity Representation of Gene Watson / Contact Scott Adkins at Adkins Publicity in Nashville

For exclusive PR / publicity representation of Gene Watson, contact Scott Adkins at Adkins Publicity in Nashville.



Gene Watson's Peers within the country music industry believe in the sheer talent of this unassuming man from east Texas, so much so that Gene is regarded by many of them as 'the singer's singer' - and rightly so!

All of Gene Watson's Peers, who were contacted by The Gene Watson Fan Site, during 2004, were most gracious with their time and words.

It is here, within this special part of The Gene Watson Fan Site, that you have an opportunity to read a quote from Lloyd Green, which he submitted to this site on Thursday 28 October 2004.

Sean Brady would like to take this opportunity to say 'thank you' to Lloyd Green who has made a special contribution to a unique part of this online 'celebration of a Lone Star Hero'.



Lloyd Green Tribute Site

Sean Brady would also like to express a heartfelt 'thank you' to Walter Stettner, the webmaster at Lloyd Green's Tribute Site, without whom this 'Peer's Quote' from Lloyd Green would not have been possible.



Lloyd Green
This quote was submitted on Thursday 28 October 2004.

'During the mid 1970s, I had the privilege of often recording with Gene Watson, one of the best voices ever in country music.

When I cut records with him, his exceptional singing and songs inspired me to play my best.



If one is a good musician, recording with such a voice enables the player to often get into the 'zone', such as happened when we recorded 'Farewell Party' in just ten minutes.

Gene Watson: 'Paper Rosie' (Capitol Records, 1977) 

But, in the short span of four or five years, we also cut with Gene some other memorable tunes; 'Paper Rosie' and 'Love in The Hot Afternoon', among others.


Those songs will be remembered and sung long after most of the 'modern', disposable ones are forgotten, not only because they are terrific songs, but because Gene Watson sung them'.

Thank you, Lloyd Green, for your support of Gene Watson.

About Lloyd Green...



Lloyd Green is one of the finest steel guitarists in Nashville and has been one of the busiest session men on the music circuit for many years.

Lloyd Green was born Lloyd Lamarr Green on Monday 4 October 1937 in Mobile, Alabama and began to learn how to play the steel guitar when he was seven years old; he had mastered it sufficiently to play professionally by the time he was ten years old.

While he was at high school, Lloyd Green played bars and dances and performed popular songs of the day.

Lloyd Green studied psychology at the University of South Mississippi after which he moved to Nashville and obtained work with Hawkshaw Hawkins (Thursday 22 December 1921 - Tuesday 5 March 1963) and Jean Shepard (Tuesday 21 November 1933 - Sunday 25 September 2016).

In 1957, Lloyd Green broke into the highly competitive world of session playing and, over the years, worked with artists including Johnny Gimble (Sunday 30 May 1926 - Saturday 9 May 2015), George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 - Friday 26 April 2013), Faron Young (Thursday 25 February 1932 - Tuesday 10 December 1996), Lynn Anderson (Friday 26 September 1947 - Thursday 30 July 2015), Billy 'Crash' Craddock, Crystal Gayle, Don Williams (Saturday 27 May 1939 - Friday 8 September 2017) and Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 - Monday 6 April 1998).

Lloyd Green: 'Hawaiian Enchantment' (Music Row Records, 1964)

In 1964, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Hawaiian Enchantment' (Music Row Records, 1964), which included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Beyond The Reef' (written by Jack Pitman)
'Song of The Island' (written by Charles King)
'Aloha Oe (Farewell To Thee)' (written by Queen Liliukalini)
'Blue Hawaii' (written by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger)
'Huluku Beach' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Hawaiian Sunset' (written by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett)
'Hawaiian War Chant (Ta Hu Wa Hu Wai)' (written by Ralph Freed, Johnny Noble and Prince Leleiohoku)
'hawaiian Wedding Song' (written by 
Al Hoffman, Dick Manning and Charles King)
'Coconut Grove' (written by 
Harry Owens)
'Sweet Leilani' (written by 
Harry Owens)
'My Isle of Golden Dreams' (written by 
Gus Kahn and Walter Blaufuss)
'Little Brown Gal' (written by 
Wendell Wood, Don McDiarmid and John Noble)

Lloyd Green: 'The Big Steel Guitar' (Time Records, 1964)

In September 1964, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'The Big Steel Guitar' (Time Records, 1964), which included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Steel Guitar Rag', which was written by Merle Travis (Thursday 29 November 1917 - Thursday 20 October 1983), Cliffie Stone (Thursday 1 March 1917 - Saturday 17 January 1998) and Leon McAuliffe (Wednesday 3 January 1917 - Saturday 20 August 1988)
'Columbus Stockade Blues', which was written by Jimmie Davis (11 September 1899 - Sunday 5 November 2000) and Eva Sargent
'Red River Valley', which was written by Alan Lomax (31 January 1915 - Friday 19 July 2002) and John Avery Lomax (23 September 1867 - Monday 26 January 1948)
'John Henry' (traditional)
'Bud's Bounce' (written by Bud Isaacs)
'New Panhandle Rag', which was written by Leon McAuliffe (Wednesday 3 January 1917 - Saturday 20 August 1988) and Webb Pierce (Monday 8 August 1921 - Sunday 24 February 1991)
'Steel Guitar Jubilee' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Wildwood Flower', which was written by Alvin Pleasant (A.P.) Delaney Carter (15 December 1891 - Monday 7 November 1960)
'When You & I Were Young, Maggie' (written by William York)

'Remington Ride', which was written by Herbert Clayton Penny (Hank Penny) (Wednesday 18 September 1918 - Friday 17 April 1992) and Herb Remington
'B. Bowman Hop' (written by Ray Pennington)
'Texas Playboy Rag', which was written by Bob Wills (Monday 6 March 1905 - Tuesday 13 May 1975)

Lloyd Green: 'Day For Decision' (Little Darlin' Records, 1966)

In December 1966, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Day For Decision' (Little Darlin' Records, 1966), which was produced by Aubrey Mayhew (Sunday 2 October 1927 - Sunday 22 March 2009), and included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Day For Decision' (written by Allen Peltzer)
'Panic' (written by John Reid, Dennis Doheny and Leon Thatcher)
'Caissons Go Rolling Along' (written by Dorothy Jewel Edwards Green)
'Marine's Hymn' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Anchors Aweigh' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Wild Blue Yonder' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Dixie' (written by 
Daniel Emmett)
'When Johnny Comes Marching Home' 
(traditional)
'Johnny F. Kennedy March' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Ballad of The Green Berets' (written by 
Bob Moore and Barry Sadler)
'Dying Hero', which was written by 
Johnny Paycheck (Tuesday 31 May 1938 - Wednesday 19 February 2003), Aubrey Mayhew (Sunday 2 October 1927 - Sunday 22 March 2009) and Moe Lytle
'Star Spangled Banner' (written by 
John Smith and Scott Key)

Personnel involved in the recording of Lloyd Green's 'Day For Decision' (Little Darlin' Records, 1966) included the following:

Lloyd Green (steel guitar)
Billy Sanford, Jerry Reed Hubbard (Saturday 20 March 1937 - Monday 1 September 2008) and Jerry Shook (guitar)
Roy Huskey Junior (Monday 17 December 1956 - Saturday 6 September 1997) (bass)
Glen Davis (drums)
Jerry Whitehurst (piano, harpsichord)

Lloyd Green: 'The Hit Sounds of Lloyd Green & His Steel Guitar' (Little Darlin' Records, 1967)

In 1967, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'The Hit Sounds of Lloyd Green & His Steel Guitar' (Little Darlin' Records, 1967), which was produced by Aubrey Mayhew (Sunday 2 October 1927 - Sunday 22 March 2009), and included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Touch My Heart', which was written by Johnny Paycheck (Tuesday 31 May 1938 - Wednesday 19 February 2003) and Aubrey Mayhew (Sunday 2 October 1927 - Sunday 22 March 2009)
'Green Strings' (written by Dorothy Jewel Edwards Green)
'Lovin' Machine' (written by Larry Kingston)
'Rainbows & Roses', which was written by Ted Harris (1937 - Sunday 22 November 2015)
'Heartbreak Tennessee', which was written by Cowboy Jack Clement (Sunday 5 April 1931 - Thursday 8 August 2013)
'Motel Time Again' (written by Bobby Bare)
'Seven Days of Crying' (written by Jerry Smith)
'Pedal Patter', which was written by Thomas Rexton 'Tom' Brumley (Wednesday 11 December 1935 - Tuesday 3 February 2009)
'Show Me The Way To The Circus' (written by Fred McRae)
'Little Darlin' (written by Maurice Williams)
'Bridge Washed Out' (written by Mel Melshee, Jimmy Louis and Sandra Smith)
'Almost Persuaded', which was written by Billy Sherrill (Thursday 5 November 1936 - Tuesday 4 August 2015) and Glenn Sutton (Tuesday 28 September 1937 - Tuesday 17 April 2007)
'(All My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers', which was written by Liz Anderson (Monday 13 January 1930 - Monday 31 October 2011)
'Green Velvet' (written by Dorothy Jewel Edwards Green)

Lloyd Green: 'Mr. Nashville Sound' (Chart Records, 1968)

In April 1968, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Mr. Nashville Sound' (Chart Records, 1968), which was produced by Slim Williamson, and included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Ride, Ride, Ride', which was written by Liz Anderson (Monday 13 January 1930 - Monday 31 October 2011)

'There Goes My Everything' (written by Dallas Frazier)
'Turtle Neck' (written by Lloyd Green)
'My Elusive Dreams', which was written by Billy Sherrill (Thursday 5 November 1936 - Tuesday 4 August 2015) and Curly Putman (Thursday 20 November 1930 - Sunday 30 October 2016)
'No, Another Time' (written by 
Jerry Lane and Slim Williamson)
'Swarmin' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Promises, Promises' (written by 
Wiley Smith and Carlisle Hughey)
'Woman, Woman' (written by 
Jim Glaser and Jimmy Payne)
'Mr. Nashville Sound' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Too Much of You' (written by 
Gene Hood)
'In The Misty Moonlight', which was written by 
Cindy Walker (Saturday 20 July 1918 - Thursday 23 March 2006)
'Loose Ends' (written by Lloyd Green)

Lloyd Green's 'Mr. Nashville Sound' (Chart Records, 1968) reached No.37 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 1968.

Lloyd Green: 'Cool Steel Man' (Chart Records, 1968)

In December 1968, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Cool Steel Man' (Chart Records, 1968), which was produced by Slim Williamson, and included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Cool Steel' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Halfway To Paradise' (written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin)
'Crazy Arms', which was written by Ralph E. Mooney (Sunday 16 September 1928 - Sunday 20 March 2011) and Chuck Seals
'She Still Comes around (To Love What's Left of Me)', which was written by Glenn Sutton (Tuesday 28 September 1937 - Tuesday 17 April 2007)
'Too Many Dollars, Not Enough Sense', which was written by Liz Anderson (Monday 13 January 1930 - Monday 31 October 2011)
'Green Blue' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Bar Hoppin' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Big Girls Don't Cry', which was written by Liz Anderson (Monday 13 January 1930 - Monday 31 October 2011)
'Harper Valley P.T.A.' (written by Tom T. Hall)
'Take These Chains From My Heart', which was written by Fred Rose (Floyd Jenkins) (24 August 1898 - Wednesday 1 December 1954) and Hy Heath
'Dreams of The Everyday Housewife' (written by Chris Gantry)
'Petals' (written by Lloyd Green)

Lloyd Green: 'Green Country' (Little Darlin' Records, 1969)

In 1969, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Green Country' (Little Darlin' Records, 1969), which was produced by Aubrey Mayhew (Sunday 2 October 1927 - Sunday 22 March 2009), and included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Pickin' Pot Pie' (written by Jimmy Crawford)
'Sweet Cheeks' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Drifter's Polka' (written by Alvin Alexander)
'Home Country' (written by David Johnson, David Bell and Stanley Hall)
'Skillet Lickin' (written by Dorothy Jewel Edwards Green)
'Funny Bunny' (written by Ronald Burns and Andrew Marks)
'Red Eye' (written by Dorothy Jewel Edwards Green)
'Touch My Heart', which was written by Johnny Paycheck (Tuesday 31 May 1938 - Wednesday 19 February 2003) and Aubrey Mayhew (Sunday 2 October 1927 - Sunday 22 March 2009)
'Green Strings' (written by Dorothy Jewel Edwards Green)
'(All My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers', which was written by Liz Anderson (Monday 13 January 1930 - Monday 31 October 2011)
'Seven Days of Crying' (written by Jerry Smith)
'Almost Persuaded', which was written by Billy Sherrill (Thursday 5 November 1936 - Tuesday 4 August 2015) and Glenn Sutton (Tuesday 28 September 1937 - Tuesday 17 April 2007)

Lloyd Green: 'Moody River' (Chart Records, 1970)

In January 1970, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Moody River' (Chart Records, 1970), which was produced by Slim Williamson, and included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Moody River' (written by 
Gary Bruce)
'Robin' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Running Bear', which was written by 
J.P. Richardson (Friday 24 October 1930 - Tuesday 3 February 1959)
'Bareback', which was written by 
Glenn Sutton (Tuesday 28 September 1937 - Tuesday 17 April 2007) and Lloyd Green
'Tell Ya What' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Moon River', which was written by
John Herndon Mercer (18 November 1909 - Friday 25 June 1976)() and Enrico Nicola 'Henry' Mancini (Wednesday 16 April 1924 - Tuesday 14 June 1994)
'Orbit' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town', which was written by
Mel Tillis (Monday 8 August 1932 - Sunday 19 November 2017)
'Three Picks' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Steel Blue' (written by Lloyd Green)

Lloyd Green & Pete Wade: 'The Music City Sound' (MGM Records, 1970)

In April 1970, Lloyd Green & Pete Wade saw the release of 'The Music City Sound' (MGM Records, 1970), which was produced by Jim Vienneau, and included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Gotta Travel On' (written by Paul Clayton)

'Please help Me, I'm Falling', which was written by Donald Irwin Robertson (Tuesday 5 December 1922 - Monday 16 March 2015) and Hal Blair
'Jambalaya (On The Bayou)', which was written by Hank Williams (Monday 17 September 1923 - Thursday 1 January 1953)
'Steely' (written by Lloyd Green)
'There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight', which was written by Hank Williams (Monday 17 September 1923 - Thursday 1 January 1953)
'My Happiness' (written by 
Betty Peterson and Barney Bergantine)
'Tennessee Waltz', which was written by 
Pee Wee King (Wednesday 18 February 1914 - Tuesday 7 March 2000) and Redd Stewart (Sunday 27 May 1923 - Saturday 2 August 2003)
'Please Release Me (& Let Me Love Again)', which was written by 
Edward Monroe 'Eddie' Miller (Wednesday 10 December 1919 - Monday 11 April 1977), Robert Yount and W.S. Stevenson
'Don't Let The Stars Get in Your Eyes', which was written by 
Slim Willet (Winston Lee Moore) (Monday 1 December 1919 - Friday 1 July 1966)
'Sweet Dreams', which was written by 
Don Gibson (Tuesday 3 April 1928 - Monday 17 November 2003)
'Country County Fair' (written by 
Pete Wade)

Lloyd Green: 'Lloyd Green & His Steel Guitar' (Prize Records, 1971)

In January 1971, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Lloyd Green & His Steel Guitar' (Prize Records, 1971), which included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Trad' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Wide Awake' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Tom's Tavern Blues' (written by Lloyd Green)
'For The Good Times' (written by 
Kris Kristofferson)
'Five String Steel' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Nashville' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Midnight Silence' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Heaven Everyday' (written by 
Jerry Foster and Bill Rice)
'Sound Waves' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Okie From Muskogee', which was written by 
Merle Haggard (Tuesday 6 April 1937 - Wednesday 6 April 2016) and Eddie Burris

Lloyd Green: 'Shades of Steel' (Monument Records, 1971)

In December 1973, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Shades of Steel' (Monument Records, 1971), which was produced by Chip Young, and included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'I Can See Clearly Now' (written by Johnny Nash) / this track reached No.36 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1973
'Killing Me Softly With Her Song' (written by Norman Gimbel and Charlie Fox)
'Jambalaya (On The Bayou)', which was written by Hank Williams (Monday 17 September 1923 - Thursday 1 January 1953)
'Morning Has Broken' (written by Eleanor Farjeon and John Arthey)
'Dixie Drive In' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Atlanis' (written by Lloyd Green and
 Chip Young)
'Here Comes The Sun' (written by 
Gary Harrison)
'Sleep Walk' (written by 
Johnny Farina, Ann Farina and Don Wolf)
'Danny's Song' (written by 
Kenny Loggins)
'Peace' (written by Lloyd Green and Chip Young)
'Steel Guitar Rag', which was written by Merle Travis (Thursday 29 November 1917 - Thursday 20 October 1983), Cliffie Stone (Thursday 1 March 1917 - Saturday 17 January 1998) and Leon McAuliffe (Wednesday 3 January 1917 - Saturday 20 August 1988)
'Summer Clouds' (written by Lloyd Green)



On Wednesday 25 September 1974, Don Williams (Saturday 27 May 1939 - Friday 8 September 2017) and the release of his third album, 'Don Williams: Volume 3' (ABC / Dot Records, 1974), which included two tracks, which were hit singles on the Billboard country music singles chart:

'I Wouldn't Want to Live if You Didn't Love Me' (written by Alan Turney) (No.1 for one week in September 1974)
'The Ties That Bind', which was written by Clyde Otis (Thursday 11 September 1924 - Tuesday 8 January 2008) and Vin Corso (No.4, 1974)

Don Williams' third album, 'Don Williams: Volume 3' (ABC / Dot Records, 1974), also included the following tracks:

'Fly Away', which was written by Don Williams (Saturday 27 May 1939 - Friday 8 September 2017)
'Ghost Story' (written by Joe Allen)
'Goodbye Really Isn't Good At All', which was written by Don Williams (Saturday 27 May 1939 - Friday 8 September 2017)
'Such a Lovely Lady', which was written by Don Williams (Saturday 27 May 1939 - Friday 8 September 2017)
'When Will I Ever Learn' (written by Jim Rushing and Wayland Holyfield)
'Why Lord Goodbye', which was written by Don Williams (Saturday 27 May 1939 - Friday 8 September 2017)
'I've Turned You to Stone' (written by Jim Rushing)
'Lovin' Understandin' Man' (written by Jim Rushing)

Personnel involved in the recording of Don Williams' third album, 'Don Williams: Volume 3' (ABC / Dot Records, 1974), included the following:

Joe Allen (bass)
Jimmie Colvard (1943 - 1977) (electric guitar)
Lloyd Green (steel guitar, Dobro)
Shane Keister (keyboard, Moog)
Kenny Malone (drums, marimba)
Tommy Smith (trumpet)
Buddy Spicher (fiddle)
Don Williams (Saturday 27 May 1939 - Friday 8 September 2017) and Jimmie Colvard (1943 - 1977) (acoustic guitars)

Don Williams' third album, 'Don Williams: Volume 3' (ABC / Dot Records, 1974), reached No.3 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 1974.

Lloyd Green: 'Steel Rides' (Monument Records, 1975)

In March 1975, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Steel Rides' (Monument Records, 1975), which was produced by Chip Young and Lloyd Green, and included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Sally G' (written by Paul McCartney)
'Coconut Grove' (written by Harry Owens)
'Steelin' Away' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Canadian Sunset' (written by Norman Gimbel and Eddie Heywood)
'Spirit of '49' (written by Chip Young)
'San Antonio Rose', which was written by Bob Wills (Monday 6 March 1905 - Tuesday 13 May 1975)
'I Can Help' (written by Billy Swan)
'Crying Time', which was written by Buck Owens (Monday 12 August 1929 - Saturday 25 March 2006)
'Seaside' (written by Lloyd Green and Chip Young)
'Phase Five' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Lutetia' (written by Lloyd Green)

Lloyd Green: 'Ten Shades of Green' (Midland Records, 1975)

In 1975, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Ten Shades of Green' (Midland Records, 1975), which was produced by Chip Young and Lloyd Green, and included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Secret Love' (written by Paul F. Webster and Sammy Fain)
'Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms', which was written by Lester Flatt (Friday 19 June 1914 - Friday 11 May 1979)
'Today I Started Loving You Again', which was written by Merle Haggard (Tuesday 6 April 1937 - Wednesday 6 April 2016) and Bonnie Owens (Tuesday 1 October 1929 - Monday 24 April 2006)
'Amazing Grace', which was written by John Newton (24 July 1725 - 21 December 1807)
'Darisa' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Quicksand' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Blue Eyes Crying in The Rain', which was written by Fred Rose (Floyd Jenkins) (24 August 1898 - Wednesday 1 December 1954)
'San Antonio Stroll' (written by Peter Noah)
'Cold, Cold Heart', which was written by Hank Williams (Monday 17 September 1923 - Thursday 1 January 1953)
'Rhinestone Cowboy' (written by Larry Weiss)



Lloyd Green played steel guitar, on all tracks, on Gene Watson's 'Love in The Hot Afternoon' (Capitol Records, 1975).

Gene Watson: 'Because You Believed in Me' (Capitol Records, 1976)

Lloyd Green played steel guitar, on all tracks, on Gene Watson's 'Because You Believed in Me' (Capitol Records, 1976).

Gene Watson: 'Paper Rosie' (Capitol Records, 1977)

Lloyd Green played steel guitar, on all tracks, on Gene Watson's 'Paper Rosie' (Capitol Records, 1977).



Lloyd Green played steel guitar, on all tracks, on Gene Watson's 'Beautiful Country' (Capitol Records, 1977).



Lloyd Green played steel guitar, on all tracks, on Crystal Gayle's 'We Must Believe in Magic' (United Artists Records, 1977).

Lloyd Green: 'Feelings' (GRT Records, 1977)

In 1977, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Feelings' (GRT Records, 1977), which included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Feelings' (written by Morris Albert)
'Kiss The Monnlight' (written by Lloyd Green)
'My Love', which was written by Moon Mullican (Monday 29 March 1909 - Sunday 1 January 1967)
'A Little Bit More' (written by Bobby Gosh)
'Twilight Dew' (written by Lloyd Green)
'You & Me', which was written by Billy Sherrill (Thursday 5 November 1936 - Tuesday 4 August 2015) and George Richey (Saturday 30 November 1935 - Saturday 31 July 2010)
'Amie' (written by Craig Fuller)
'Desperado', which was written by Don Henley and Glenn Frey (Saturday 6 November 1948 - Tuesday 19 January 2016)
'Stainless Steel' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Edgewater Beach' (written by Lloyd Green)



In 1977, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Stainless Steel' (Pye Records, 1977), which included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Edgewater Beach' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Amie' (written by Craig Fuller)
'Desperado', which was written by Don Henley and Glenn Frey (Saturday 6 November 1948 - Tuesday 19 January 2016)
'Kiss The Moonlight' (written by Lloyd Green)
'My Love', which was written by Moon Mullican (Monday 29 March 1909 - Sunday 1 January 1967)
'Stainless Steel' (written by Lloyd Green)
'A Little Bit More' (written by Bobby Gosh)
'Twilight Dew' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Feelings' (written by Morris Albert)
'You & Me', which was written by Billy Sherrill (Thursday 5 November 1936 - Tuesday 4 August 2015) and George Richey (Saturday 30 November 1935 - Saturday 31 July 2010)



Lloyd Green played steel guitar, on all tracks, on Gene Watson's 'Reflections' (Capitol Records, 1978).

Lloyd Green: 'Sweet Cheeks' (Little Darlin' Records, 1979) Lloyd Green: 'Sweet Cheeks' (President Records, 1980)

In 1979, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Sweet Cheeks' (Little Darlin' Records, 1979), which was produced by Aubrey Mayhew (Sunday 2 October 1927 - Sunday 22 March 2009), and included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Sweet Cheeks' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Green Strings' (written by Dorothy Jewel Edwards Green)
'Skillet Lickin' (written by Dorothy Jewel Edwards Green)
'Drifter's Polka' (written by Alvin Alexander)
'Funny Bunny' (written by Ronald Burns and Andrew Marks)
'Red Eye' (written by Dorothy Jewel Edwards Green)
'Pickin' Pot Pie' (written by Jimmy Crawford)
'Lovin' Machine' (written by Larry Kingston)
'Pedal Patter', which was written by Thomas Rexton 'Tom' Brumley (Wednesday 11 December 1935 - Tuesday 3 February 2009)
'Little Darlin' (written by Maurice Williams)

Personnel involved in the recording of Lloyd Green's 'Sweet Cheeks' (Little Darlin' Records, 1979) included the following:

Lloyd Green (steel guitar)
Billy Sanford, Pete Wade and Jerry Shook (guitar)
Roy Huskey Junior (Monday 17 December 1956 - Saturday 6 September 1997) (bass)
Kenneth Buttrey (drums)
Jerry Whitehurst (piano)

Lloyd Green's 'Sweet Cheeks' (Little Darlin' Records, 1979) was later released, under the same title, by President Records in 1980.



Lloyd Green played steel guitar on 'Beautiful You', which was written by Joe Eddie Gough (Friday 27 January 1939 - Friday 14 August 2009); the track was included on Gene Watson's 'Should I Come Home' (Capitol Records, 1979).



Lloyd Green played steel guitar, on all tracks, on Gene Watson's 'No One Will Ever Know' (Capitol Records, 1980).

Lloyd Green: 'Lloyd's of Nashville' (Midland Records, 1980)

In 1980, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Lloyd's of Nashville' (Midland Records, 1980), which was produced by Lloyd Green, and included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Pure Steel' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Love Notes' (written by Lloyd Green)
'All Nite Juke' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Green Jade' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Ricochet' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Double Trouble' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Speechless' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Whispers' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Bars of Steel' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Underflair' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Busy Signal' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Mr. Greenjeans' (written by Lloyd Green)

Lloyd Green: 'The Original Lloyd Green, Volume 1' (Mint Records, 1980)

In 1980, Lloyd Green saw the release, in the United Kingdom and Ireland, of 'The Original Lloyd Green, Volume 1' (Mint Records, 1980), which included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'‎Halfway To Paradise' (written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin)
'Harper Valley P.T.A.' (written by Tom T. Hall)
'Bar Hoppin' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Big Girls Don't Cry', which was written by Liz Anderson (Monday 13 January 1930 - Monday 31 October 2011)
'Tom's Theme'
'Dreams of The Everyday Housewife' (written by Chris Gantry)
'Green Blue' (written by Lloyd Green)
'She Still Comes Around (To Love What's Left of Me)', which was written by Glenn Sutton (Tuesday 28 September 1937 - Tuesday 17 April 2007)
'Take These Chains From My Heart', which was written by Fred Rose (Floyd Jenkins) (24 August 1898 - Wednesday 1 December 1954) and Hy Heath
'Too Many Dollars, Not Enough Sense', which was written by Liz Anderson (Monday 13 January 1930 - Monday 31 October 2011)

Lloyd Green's release, in the United Kingdom and Ireland, of 'The Original Lloyd Green, Volume 1' (Mint Records, 1980), included tracks which he recorded for Chart Records in 1967 and 1968.



In 1982, Lloyd Green saw the release, in the United Kingdom, of 'Green Velvet' (President Records, 1982), which included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Rainbows & Roses', which was written by Ted Harris (1937 - Sunday 22 November 2015)
'Heartbreak Tennessee', which was written by Cowboy Jack Clement (Sunday 5 April 1931 - Thursday 8 August 2013)
'Motel Time Again' (written by Bobby Bare)
'Seven Days of Crying' (written by Jerry Smith)
'Almost Persuaded', which was written by Billy Sherrill (Thursday 5 November 1936 - Tuesday 4 August 2015) and Glenn Sutton (Tuesday 28 September 1937 - Tuesday 17 April 2007)
'Green Velvet' (written by Dorothy Jewel Edwards Green)
'Touch My Heart', which was written by Johnny Paycheck (Tuesday 31 May 1938 - Wednesday 19 February 2003) and Aubrey Mayhew (Sunday 2 October 1927 - Sunday 22 March 2009)
'Show Me The Way To The Circus' (written by Fred McRae)
'The Cave'
'The Bridge Washed Out' (written by Mel Melshee, Jimmy Louis and Sandra Smith) 



On Monday 14 May 1984, Don Williams (Saturday 27 May 1939 - Friday 8 September 2017) saw the release of 'Cafe Carolina' (MCA Records, 1984), which included four tracks, which were hit singles on the Billboard country music singles chart:

'That's The Thing About Love' (written by Richard Leigh and Gary Nicholson) (No.1 for one week in August 1984)
'Maggie's Dream' (written by Dave Loggins and Lisa Silver) (No.11, 1984)
'Walkin' a Broken Heart', which was written by Dennis Linde (Thursday 18 March 1943 - Friday 22 December 2006) and Alan Rush (No.2, 1984)
'It's Time For Love' (written by Bob McDill and Hunter Moore) (No.20, 1985)

Don Williams' 'Cafe Carolina' (MCA Records, 1984) also included the following tracks:

'Only Game in Town' (written by Joe Allen and Ralph Murray)
'Leavin', which was written by Don Williams (Saturday 27 May 1939 - Friday 8 September 2017)
'Beautiful Woman' (written by Graham Lyle)
'True Blue Hearts', which was written by Don Williams (Saturday 27 May 1939 - Friday 8 September 2017)
'I'll Never Need Another You' (written by Ronnie Rogers)
'I'll Be Faithful To You' (written by Paul Kennerley)

Musicians involved in the recording of Don Williams' 'Cafe Carolina' (MCA Records, 1984) included the following:

Charles Cochran (Saturday 29 February 1936 - Thursday 7 June 2007) (piano, organ)
Joe Allen (bass)
Kenny Malone (drums, percussion)
Billy Sanford and Don Williams (Saturday 27 May 1939 - Friday 8 September 2017) (acoustic guitars)
Billy Sanford and Steve Gibson (electric guitars)
Jim Horn (saxophone)
Lloyd Green (steel guitar)
Garth Fundis and Don Williams (Saturday 27 May 1939 - Friday 8 September 2017) (harmony vocals)
Charles Cochran (Saturday 29 February 1936 - Thursday 7 June 2007) (arrangements for violins, violas and cellos)
Nashville String Machine (string section)

Don Williams' 'Cafe Carolina' (MCA Records, 1984) reached No.13 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 1984.

Lloyd Green: 'Reflections' (Spark Records, 1992)

In 1992, Lloyd Green saw the release of 'Reflections' (Spark Records, 1992), which included the following tracks, all of which were instrumentals:

'Blue Bonnet Spring' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Crazy' (written by 
Willie Nelson)
'Reflections of Oudewater' (written by Lloyd Green)
'From a Distance' (written by 
Julie Gold)
'Great Place' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Raw Honey' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Serenitude' (written by Lloyd Green)
'Almost Home' (written by 
Randy Starr and Luiz Bonfa)
'Crying', which was written by 
Roy Orbison (Thursday 23 April 1936 - Tuesday 6 December 1988) and Joe Melson
'Sleeping Beauty' (written by 
Jim Glaser and Jimmy Payne)



In 2003, Gail Davies saw the release of 'The Songwriter Sessions' (Little Chickadee Productions, 2003), which included the following tracks:

Volume 1
'With a Friend Like You' (written by Gail Davies)
'A Love That Could Last' (written by Gail Davies)
'Heat It Up' (written by Gail Davies)
'Bucket To The South' (written by Gail Davies)
'You Need Someone Like Me' (written by Gail Davies)
'Better Love Next Time' (written by Gail Davies and Paul Kennerly)
'Someone is Looking For Someone Like You' (written by Gail Davies)
'Soft Spoken Man' (written by Gail Davies)
'With a Boy Like You' (written by Gail Davies
'I've Had Enough' (written by Gail Davies)
'It's Just a Matter of Time' (written by Gail Davies)
'Where Does Love Come From' (written by Gail Davies)
'Tell Me Why' (written by Gail Davies and Harry Stinson)
'Never Cross That Line' (written by Gail Davies)
'Love Ain't Easy' (written by Gail Davies)
'Remember How It Was' (written by Gail Davies)
'I'm Hungry, I'm Tired' (written by Gail Davies)
'Hometown Gossip' (written by Gail Davies and Richard Allen)
Waiting Here For You' (written by Gail Davies)
'Reaching Out For Him' (written by Gail Davies)
'I'm a Little Bit Lonely' (written by Gail Davies)
'The Game' (written by Gail Davies)
'Pretty Words' (written by Gail Davies)

Volume 2
'Ready To Fall in Love' (written by Gail Davies)
'Wedding Invitation' (written by Gail Davies and Wally Wilson)
'It's No Wonder I Feel Blue' (written by Gail Davies)
'Burning in Hell For You' (written by Gail Davies)
'What Can I Say' (written by Gail Davies)
'I Need My Baby Back' (written by Gail Davies and Wally Wilson)
'He Comes To Me For The Answers' (written by Gail Davies)
'In The Worst Way' (written by Gail Davies)
'I Don't Know' (written by Gail Davies)
'It's Boys Like You' (written by Gail Davies and Walker Igleheart)
'Not a Day Goes By' (written by Gail Davies)
'The Other Side of Love' (written by Gail Davies)
'Love is Living Around Us' (written by Gail Davies)
'Just Can't Satisfy You' (written by Gail Davies)
'Grandma's Song' (written by Gail Davies)
'Your Mamma Works So Hard' (written by Gail Davies)
'Careless Love' (written by Gail Davies)
'Holdin' Out For You' (written by Gail Davies)
'Lean On You' (written by Gail Davies)
'Sorry That You're Leavin' (written by Gail Davies)
'Driftin' Farther Away' (written by Gail Davies)
'I Will Rise & Shine Again' (written by Gail Davies)

Personnel involved in the recording of Gail Davies' 'The Songwriter Sessions' (Little Chickadee Productions, 2003), included the following:

Bob Mummert (drums)
Chris Nole, Gary Prim, Gene Sisk and Rob Price (piano, synthesier)
Leland Sklar, Rob Price and Willie Weeks (bass guitar)
Lloyd Green, Weldon Myrick (Monday 10 April 1939 - Monday 2 June 2014), Mike Daly and Stu Basore (steel guitar)
Sam Bush, David Harvey, Brent Truitt and Dave Luke (mandolin)
Aaron Till, Hank Singer and Sam Bush (fiddle)
Jerry Douglas, Lloyd Green and Randy Kohrs (Dobro)
Richard Bailey and Chris Cioffi (banjo)
Gail Davies, Richard Bennett, Kevin Welch, Chris Scruggs, Jeff Tassin and Pat Bergeson (acoustic guitar)
Richard Bennett, Chris Scruggs, Pat Bergeson, Larry Chaney, Pete Pendras and Brent Moyer (electric guitar)
Gail Davies, Patty Mitchell, Rob Price, David Lege, Kathy Mattea, Vince Gill, Ray Walker, John Cowan, Sharon White, Cheryl White and George Feith (vocalists)

Lloyd & Dot Green (2003)

Lloyd Green & Dot Green (pictured together in 2003)

On Saturday 10 September 2016, Dorothy 'Dot' Jewel Edwards Green (Wednesday 24 February 1937 - Saturday 10 September 2016) passed away.

Dorothy 'Dot' Jewel Edwards Green's burial was private; a public Memorial Service for friends and family was held at 2:00pm on Saturday 1 October 2016 at Spring Hill Funeral Home & Cemetery located at 5110 Gallatin Pike South in Madison, Tennessee.

• Visit Lloyd Green Tribute Site at lloydgreentribute.com (Walter Stettner's Lloyd Green Tribute Site is based in Austria and receives full approval from Lloyd Green)

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