MY PEDAL STEEL MUSIC
Show info Steelhead's version of "No Southern Comfort" (John Randall)
Richard Pawlot - Vocal, ac. guitar
Jos van Doorn - Vocal, ac.guitar
Ellio Martina - Pedal steel, vocal & bass
Recorded at home in the living room, january 2011
Show info Song written by Ellio Martina and Jos van Doorn, in 1975.
Recorded in 1980 at Studio Spitsbergen - the Netherlands.
Remastered by Bernhard Reinke, De Heurne - NL, June 2020.
Albert Groenendaal - vocals, ac. guitar
Jos van Doorn - backing vocals, ac. guitar
Ellio Martina - guitar, pedal steel guitar
Musicians from the studio - bas, drums, keyboards
Show info Jakarta Hilton's recording of "Don't it make you wanna dance"
(Rusty Weir) after winning a band talent contest.
Jakarta Hilton was an Amsterdam-NL based country-rock band
from the '80-ties in which I played pedal steel.
The band unfortunately existed for a short period due to the fact
that the members were living too far from each other to meet regularly.
Show info PopRock instrumental on a samba rhythm played by Moonyard
a dutch rock/americana band. Featuring the carillon of the
"Wijnhuistoren" in the city of Zutphen located at the market
Music by: Ellio Martina - Hans Hoog Stoevenbelt.
Show info Pedal Steel Guitar & Bass Guitar - Ellio Martina
Drums - DrumwLoops from BetaMonkey
"Stellutis Alpinis" was written and composed by Arturo Zardini (1869-1923)
during the First World War, when the author, a schoolmaster of Pontebba,
on the border between Italy and Austria, was living as a refugee in Florence.
News of the massacres at the front, inspired Zardini for the text and music.
The lyrics are written in the language of the region Friuli - Italy.
Show info Live performance on dutch Radio 1 of "The Weight" (The Band)
by MoonYard, a dutch country-rock/americana band in which I played pedal steel.