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Playlist of Bill Baxter (band)

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  • Black Sabbath Rat Salad Bill Ward EARTH Tribute Band Richard Baxter Drum Solo 2007

    5:25

    Black Sabbath Rat Salad Bill Ward EARTH Tribute Band Richard Baxter Drum Solo 2007

  • Bill Baxter & Tippa Irie ‎– Bienvenue À Paris

    3:29

    Bill Baxter & Tippa Irie ‎– Bienvenue À Paris (1987)

    Copyright (p) – Virgin France S.A.
    Copyright (c) – Virgin France S.A.
    Clouseau Musique

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  • Fat Baxter Band Goin Down Cover Hoopples Cleveland Live

    5:19

    Fat Baxter Band
    Nick, Rick, Dan & Van

  • The Sonamatics

    2:09

    Mid 60s Band. Made it in top40 1966
    Hit - Sixteen Tons by Sonamatics

    The line up of the band was as follows:

    Bill Baxter (Lead guitar)
    Derek Hale (Bass)
    Errol Holland (Organ, sax)
    John McDonald (Rhythm guitar)
    Barry McInnes (Drums)
    Ferdy van der Riet (Vocals)
    Colin Vincent (Rhythm guitar)

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  • Billy Baxter & Solid Juice : One More Day

    4:04

    Live show at the Murray Theatre, February 12, 2009

  • Man Of Bamboo - Magnus TOR18

    1:05


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  • Sad Baxter - Baby

    2:41

    Baby off of Sad Baxter's 7-inch released on Cold Lunch Recordings on Nov. 17th

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    Produced by GOODNICETHANKS
    Directed by Grant Claire & Sad Baxter
    Gear provided by Contrast Visuals



  • Ben Baxter Band- Use Me

    40

    Bill Withers cover at bennies boom boom room

  • Baxter Names The Band

    2:40

    Original drummer Steve Huston tells the story of how Head East roadie Baxter Forrest Twilight named the band.

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  • Soul Circus - KevFest 2017 - Baxters 942 - Lou.,KY - 10/22/17 - Kiss

    4:59

    Real good band right here!

  • Bill Eberle, Sad Baxter, and The Beech Benders @ The Basement

    4:39

    Bill Eberle with members of Sad Baxter and The Beech Benders playing Yer Blues at The Basement's Annual Beatles vs Stones Fundraiser.

    rocknroll

  • Baxter Robertson - Time And Again

    4:11

    From the 1988 LP Mere Mortals

  • JIM BAXTER BAND, RINK BALLROOM, SWADLINCOTE. CIRCA 1948.wmv

    3:40

    THE JIM BAXTER BAND RECORDED AT THE SWADLINCOTE RINK IN THE LATE 1940'S. THE PHOTOGRAPH WAS ALSO TAKEN AT THE RINK IN THE LATE 40'S.

    APOLOGIES FOR THE QUALITY OF SOUND. THIS AN OLD VERY WORN DISC. THE ORIGINAL RECORD CONSISTED OF A METAL DISC WITH A SHELLAC COATING. THE SOUND MAY BE IMPROVED IF YOU CAN ADJUST THE BASS AND TREBLE.

    THE RECORDING WAS MADE BY THE E.S.JONES RECORDING SERVICE (STAN JONES). A WELL KNOWN MUSIC DEALER IN CHURCH GRESLEY
    AND SWADLINCOTE FROM THE 1940'S TO THE 1960'S. IT WAS RECORDED AT THE RINK, SWADLINCOTE IN THE LATE 1940'S.

    THE JIM BAXTER BAND CONSISTED OF LOCAL MUSICIANS FROM THE BURTON ON TRENT AND SWADLINCOTE AREAS OF EAST STAFFORDSHIRE AND SOUTH DERBYSHIRE. THE PERSONNEL IN THE PHOTOGRAPH AND RECORDING ONLY DIFFER IN THE DRUMMER.
    JIM BAXTER (PIANO ACCORDION), JIM HARVEY (VOCALS), TOM SMITH (TENOR SAXAPHONE), RONNIE McCRAE (TRUMPET), RONNIE BENNET (TROMBONE), JACK HARRISON (BASS FIDDLE), CLIFF GOODALL (PIANO). ON THE RECORDING IT IS NORMAN DOWSON ON DRUMS, IN THE PHOTOGRAPH IT IS BILL DOLMAN ON THE DRUMS.

    THE WOODCHOPPER'S BALL IS A POPULAR JAZZ STANDARD WRITTEN IN 1939 BY JOE BISHOP AND WOODY HERMAN. IT WAS A BIG HIT FOR THE WOODY HERMAN ORCHESTRA.

  • Sad Baxter - Love Yew

    3:14

    Sad Baxter's new single Love Yew off the upcoming EP So Happy out on Cold Lunch Recordings July 20th

    Stream Love Yew everywhere now!

    Produced by GOODNICETHANKS
    Directed by Grant Claire


  • Destructo Disk w/Baxter @ Hopscotch Coffee and Records

    2:25

    This gig took place at hopscotch. It was 2-piece Destructo Disk; Punk Rock for Kids Who Can't Skate (the original EP) was released a little over a month prior, on New Years Day 2017. Baxter, and X-Ray Cat played the bill as well. With Baxter, (FKA Shock/Caller), the band was starting to play less than Destructo Disk, having shared members. It was one of the last Baxter shows and one of the first X-Ray Cat shows. The footage is as follows

    -Baxter w/Danny on soundcheck, Dad Religion
    -Baxter - Alaskan Bull Worm
    -Destructo Disk - Sockhead
    -Destructo Disk - I Wish I was a riot grrrl

    This was one of the first times that Riot Grrrl was played live. We only played that song a couple of times before Molly was in the band.

  • Jordan Is Calling - Stamps Baxter Quartet

    1:39

    Great song from my gospel record collection. If you like classic gospel music like this, I invite you to subscribe to my YouTube channel. New songs added daily. Your Comments are welcome. (Colossians 1:17)

  • Ben Baxter- Maybellene

    2:57

    Playing some music at a local bar in Jakarta, Indonesia with a house band.

  • Danny Wright Concert: Tribute to Baxter

    9:58

  • When Morning Sweeps The Eastern Sky--Stamps Baxter Choir

    2:19

    Accompanied by: Tracey Phillips

    Under Direction of: Heath Kirkwood

    Written by: O.A. Parris

  • AMERICAN VINYL ALL STAR BAND

    1:21

    THE AMERICAN VINYL ALL STAR BAND FEATURING THE ICONS OF ROCK AND ROLL.
    JEFFREY SKUNK BAXTER (STEELY DAN/DOOBIE BROTHERS) BARRY GOUDREAU (FORMERLY OF THE BAND BOSTON) ROBERT MOUSEY THOMPSON (JAMES BROWN BAND) LEROY ROMANS (THIRD WORLD, THE WAILERS) DANNY BEISSEL (FOSTERCHILD, FEATHERBORN) MAIN STAGE PRODUCTIONS LLC. BILL JOHNSON CONTACT FOR BOOKINGS AND INFO (978) 337-6145 OR TIMBERMAN7@GMAIL.COM VISIT WWW.AMERICANVINYLALLSTARBAND.NET FOR MORE!

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  • Ventures Medley – Walk Dont Run & Hawaii 5-0 NAMM TEC Awards 2020

    6:48

    Skunk Baxter, Steve Lukather and Elliot Easton, along with Larry Batiste and the 2Cold Chilibone TEC Band perform a medley of Ventures tunes as a tribute to Don Wilson as he receives NAMM's Music for Life Award at the 2020 NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA.

  • Temporary Home--Allison Speer with the Stamps-Baxter Choir

    2:34

  • Sad Baxter - The Big One

    3:01

    The Big One by Sad Baxter
    from the album Weirdy out on Cold Lunch Recordings

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    Shot, Edited, and Directed by Grant Claire and GOODNICETHANKS





  • Ozzy Osbourne Black Sabbath Vol 4 Snowblind EARTH Tribute Band Richard Baxter Drums 2007

    5:36

    Ozzy Osbourne Black Sabbath Vol 4 Snowblind EARTH Tribute Band Richard Baxter Drums 2007

  • Baxter Hall Live @ Players Blues Jam 3/24/19

    11:25

    Baxter Hall Live @ Player's Blues Jam 3/24/19
    Baxter Hall- Guitar/Vocals
    Jeff Armstrong- Drums

  • Homecoming In The Skies - 2004 Stamps Baxter School Of Music - Audio Recording

    3:52

  • BAXTER HALL TRIO - DO YOU FEEL LIKE WE FEEL?

    9:01

    LIVE ROCKY ROCKWOOD'S SUNDAY JAM SOUNDS #3 ! ! ! ! DO YOU FEEL LIKE WE DO? - BAXTER HALL TRIO ! ! ! ! RECORDED LIVE AT PLAYERS SPORTS BAR IN ROCKLAND, MA. ON SUNDAY MARCH 10, 2019.

  • Randy Baxter Drum Solo - Tomme Gunn Band live

    1:51

    Tomme Gunn's gunner Randy Baxter letting loose on the drums. Live at Rileys Bar and Grill Midland Texas.

  • Haggins Hall Band at Boston Symphony Hall’s Higginson Hall 1/5/18

    3:41

    Will Woyda on bass
    Dwayne Haggins on guitar and vocals
    Baxter Hall on guitar

  • Where Could I Go--Stamps-Baxter Choir featuring Rock Slaughter and The Musson Trio

    5:38

  • Ivan Parker - God Bless the USA Live

    3:14

    Ivan Parker - Official Video for “God Bless the USA (Live), available now!

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    LYRICS:

    If tomorrow all the things were gone
    I'd worked for all my life
    And I had to start again
    With just my children and my wife

    I'd thank my lucky stars
    To be living here today
    Cause the flag still stands for freedom
    And they can't take that away

    And I'm proud to be an American
    Where at least I know I'm free
    And I won't forget the men who died
    Who gave that right to me

    And I gladly stand up
    Next to you and defend her still today
    Cause there ain't no doubt I love this land
    God bless the USA

    From the lakes of Minnesota
    To the hills of Tennessee
    Across the plains of Texas
    From sea to shining sea

    From Detroit down to Houston,
    And New York to L.A
    Well there's pride in every American heart
    And its time we stand and say

    That I'm proud to be an American
    Where at least I know I'm free
    And I won't forget the men who died
    Who gave that right to me

    And I gladly stand up
    Next to you and defend her still today
    Cause there ain't no doubt I love this land
    God bless the USA

    And I'm proud to be and American
    Where at least I know I'm free.
    And I won't forget the men who died
    Who gave that right to me

    And I gladly stand up
    Next to you and defend her still today
    Cause there ain't no doubt I love this land
    God bless the USA

  • I Cheat the Hangman

    6:37

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Records

    I Cheat the Hangman · The Doobie Brothers

    Stampede

    ℗ 1975 Warner Records Inc.

    Keyboards: Bill Payne
    Percussion: Bobbye Hall
    Trumpet: Conte Condoli
    Engineer: Donn Landee
    Pedal Steel Guitar: Jeff Skunk Baxter
    Drums: John Hartman
    Vocals: Maria Muldaur
    Guitar, Vocals: Pat Simmons
    Trumpet: Pete Condoli
    Producer: Ted Templeman
    Bass, Vocals: Tiran Porter
    Guitar, Vocals: Tom Johnston
    Marimba, Percussion: Victor Feldman
    String Arranger: Nick DeCaro
    Writer: Pat Simmons

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • TML 088: Shaun Baxter on the power of visualisation for learning guitar

    58:51

    UK based musician, producer, composer, arranger, music educator and journalist, Shaun Baxter tells us the process of developing all the different schools he had worked on.
    Full Podcast episode and show notes at

  • Whippin Post - Bruce Marshal w/ guest Baxter Hall & Brook Meggs

    7:53

    Whippin' Post (Allman Bros. cover)
    Bruce Marshall w/ Baxter Hall & Brook Meggs

    Main Streets Market & Café
    Sessions series hosted by Bruce Marshall
    Concord, MA
    January 2019

  • Sad Baxter - The Drip

    3:51

    The Drip by Sad Baxter
    from the album Weirdy
    out on Cold Lunch Recordings

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    Produced by GOODNICETHANKS & Gear Seven
    Video by Grant Claire

    Big Head Art made by Devin Goeble






  • Minute by Minute

    3:26

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records

    Minute by Minute (2006 Remaster) · The Doobie Brothers

    The Very Best Of

    ℗ 1978 Warner Records Inc.

    Saxophone: Andrew Love
    Trumpet: Ben Cauley
    Synthesizer: Bill Payne
    Congas, Vocals: Bobby La Kind
    Fiddle: Byron Berline
    Engineer: Donn Landee
    Banjo: Herb Pederson
    Guitar: Jeff Baxter
    Drums: John Hartman
    Drums, Vocals: Keith Knudsen
    Additional Engineer: Loyd Cohn
    Keyboards, Synthesizer: Michael Mcdonald
    Lead Vocals: Michael Mcdonald
    Harmonica: Norton Buffalo
    Guitar, Vocals: Pat Simmons
    Producer: Ted Templeman
    Bass, Vocals: Tiran Porter
    Writer: Lester Abrams
    Writer: Michael McDonald

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Gaither Vocal Band - Where Could I Go

    5:03

    Gaither Vocal Band - Where Could I Go
    with homecoming friends

  • Im Free - William J. Gaither, arr. Jay Rouse

    3:54

    10/5295MD - Jay Rouse presents a moving arrangement of the classic Bill and Gloria Gaither song. The gospel feel, spirited solo, and Camp Kirkland orchestration make this an impactful choice for worship. So long I had searched for life’s meaning, enslaved by the world and my greed; then the door of the prison was opened by love, for the ransom was paid, I was freed.

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  • Bill Perkins - Little Bird / Little Boat

    5:38

    Track 03 from Ultra-Lounge, Vol. 14: Bossa Novaville.

  • Andrew & Jim Baxter: K.C. Railroad Blues

    3:33

    Andrew: violin
    Jim: guitar & vocal
    August 9, 1927

  • American Vinyl All Star Band

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    Join us on HALLOWEEN NIGHT 7:30PM
    OCTOBER 31ST, 2019
    LIVE
    Salem Common
    Salem MA
    FREE PARKING

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  • THE AXEMAN - BAXTER HALL & FRIENDS

    9:36

    LIVE ROCKY ROCKWOOD'S ST. PATTY'S DAY JAM SOUNDS #1 ! ! ! ! THE AXEMAN - BAXTER HALL AND FRIENDS ! ! ! ! RECORDED LIVE AT PLAYERS SPORTS BAR IN ROCKLAND, MA. ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY SUNDAY MARCH 17, 2019.

  • Tis So Sweet To Trust In Jesus

    4:00

    From the Gospel Music Hymn Sing DVD
    ©2014 Gospel Music Hymn Sing Foundation, under license to Greater Vision Music Ministries, Inc. All rights reserved. (May not be reproduced or redistributed without permission.)

  • BAKER STREET - GERRY RAFFERTY -

    6:30

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    Gerald Gerry Rafferty (16 April 1947 -- 4 January 2011) was a Scottish singer-songwriter best known for his solo hits Baker Street and Right Down the Line, and with the band Stealers Wheel, Stuck in the Middle with You. Rafferty was born into a working-class family in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. His mother taught him both Irish and Scottish folk songs as a boy; later, he was influenced by the music of The Beatles and Bob Dylan. He joined the folk-pop group The Humblebums in 1969. After they disbanded in 1971, he recorded his first solo album, Can I Have My Money Back? Rafferty and Joe Egan formed the group Stealers Wheel in 1972, producing several hits, most notably Stuck in the Middle with You. In 1978, he recorded his second solo album, City to City, which included Baker Street, his most popular song.

    City to City


    Legal issues after the break-up of Stealers Wheel meant that, for three years, Rafferty was unable to release any material. After the disputes were resolved in 1978, he recorded his second solo album, City to City, with producer Hugh Murphy, which included the song with which he remains most identified, Baker Street. According to Murphy, interviewed by Billboard in 1993, he and Rafferty had to beg the record label, United Artists, to release Baker Street as a single: They actually said it was too good for the public. It was a good call: the single reached #3 in the UK and #2 in the US. The album sold over 5.5 million copies, toppling the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack in the US on 8 July 1978. Rafferty considered this his first proper taste of success, as he told Melody Maker the following year: ...all the records I've ever done before have been flops. Stealers Wheel was a flop. 'Can I Have My Money Back?' was a flop. The Humblebums were a flop... My life doesn't stand or fall by the amount of people who buy my records. Baker Street featured a distinctive saxophone solo played by Raphael Ravenscroft, although the origins of the solo have been disputed. As the singer recalled in a 1988 interview with Colin Irwin: When I wrote the song I saw that bit as an instrumental part but I didn't know what. We tried electric guitar but it sounded weak, and we tried other things and I think it was Hugh Murphy's suggestion that we tried saxophone.

    Alcoholism

    Rafferty had always enjoyed alcohol, and early songs, such as One Drink Down, Baker Street, and Night Owl, freely mention the subject. He told friends that his alcoholism dated back to his childhood, though even people close to him had no idea how it would come to dominate his life. Martha Rafferty believes her father started drinking heavily to cope with the pressures of playing on stage, but says his problem wasn't obvious for many years. According to Michael Gray, the singer's personal manager in the early 1980s: It never occurred to me in all the time I knew him that he was heading for alcoholism. Maybe I should have realised, but I didn't. I'm unsure whether he did. As the 1980s progressed, Rafferty's growing drinking problem placed his marriage under impossible strain and his wife divorced him in 1990, though they remained close. In 1995, Rafferty was deeply affected by the death of his older brother Joseph, an event from which family and friends have said he never fully recovered.

    Death

    In November 2010, Rafferty was admitted to the Royal Bournemouth Hospital where he was put on a life-support machine and treated for multiple organ failure. After being taken off life support, Rafferty rallied for a short time, and it seemed that he might recover. Rafferty died at his daughter Martha's home in Stroud, Gloucestershire on 4 January 2011, of liver failure. A Requiem Mass was held for Rafferty at St Mirin's Cathedral in his native town of Paisley on Friday 21 January 2011. The service was streamed live over the Internet. Politicians in attendance were the First Minister of Scotland the Right Honorable Alex Salmond MSP, Wendy Alexander MSP, Hugh Henry MSP, and Robin Harper MSP. The musicians present included Craig and Charlie Reid of The Proclaimers, former bandmates Joe Egan and Rab Noakes, Barbara Dickson, and Graham Lyle. The eulogy was given by Rafferty's longtime friend John Byrne. His remains were then cremated at the Woodside Crematorium in Paisley and his ashes scattered on the island of Iona. He is survived by his daughter, granddaughter Celia and brother Jim.

  • Cory And The Boys - Can You Feel The Love

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  • When He Blest My Soul

    3:12

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    When He Blest My Soul · Gaither Vocal Band

    Greatly Blessed

    ℗ 2010 Spring House Music Group

    Released on: 2010-01-01

    Producer: Bill Gaither
    Producer: David Phelps
    Producer: Michael English
    Composer: Cleavant Derricks
    Composer: J. R. Baxter, Jr.

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • South City Midnight Lady

    5:30

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Records

    South City Midnight Lady · The Doobie Brothers

    The Captain And Me

    ℗ 1973 Warner Records Inc.

    Organ, Piano: Bill Payne
    Engineer: Donn Landee
    Pedal Steel Guitar: Jeff Skunk Baxter
    Drums, Percussion, Vocals: John Hartman
    Masterer: Lee Herschberg
    Synthesizer: Malcolm Cecil
    Congas, Drums: Michael Hossack
    Guitar, Vocals: Pat Simmons
    Synthesizer: Robert Margouleff
    Producer: Ted Templeman
    Bass, Vocals: Tiran Porter
    Lead Guitar: Tom Johnston
    Harmonica, Vocals: Tom Johnston
    Writer: Pat Simmons

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  • Long Train Runnin

    3:27

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records

    Long Train Runnin' (2006 Remaster) · The Doobie Brothers

    The Very Best Of

    ℗ 1973 Warner Records Inc.

    Organ, Piano: Bill Payne
    Engineer: Donn Landee
    Pedal Steel Guitar: Jeff Skunk Baxter
    Drums, Percussion, Vocals: John Hartman
    Masterer: Lee Herschberg
    Synthesizer: Malcolm Cecil
    Congas, Drums: Michael Hossack
    Guitar, Vocals: Pat Simmons
    Synthesizer: Robert Margouleff
    Producer: Ted Templeman
    Bass, Vocals: Tiran Porter
    Lead Guitar: Tom Johnston
    Harmonica, Vocals: Tom Johnston
    Writer: Tom Johnston

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Mildred Jones w/ Bill Harveys Band Its Been A Long Time

    2:46

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    Composed by Howard Biggs & Joe Thomas

    Mildred Jones:Vocals

    Bill Harvey's Band:

    Bill Harvey:Tenor Sax

    Frank Dominguez:Alto Sax

    Fred Ford:Baritone Sax

    Joe Scott:Trumpet

    Paul Monday:Piano

    Johnny Parker:Bass

    Richard Goldberg:Drums

    Recorded in Houston, TX. 1951

    Originally issued on the 1952 single (Peacock 1601) (78 RPM)

    This recording taken from the 1999 2-album set Men Are Like Street Cars:Women Blues Singers 1928-1969 (MCA MCAD2-11788) (CD)

  • Les Baxter - Unchained Melody

    2:33

    Les Baxter was an American musician and composer.
    From 1943 on he was playing tenor and baritone saxophone for the Freddie Slack big band.
    Baxter then turned to arranging and conducting for Capitol Records in 1950, and conducted the orchestra of two early Nat King Cole hits, Mona Lisa and Too Young.
    In the 1960s, he formed the Balladeers, a conservative folk group in suits that at one time featured a young David Crosby.

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