William Kidd And The Palm City Orchestra - The Telegraph Canyon Kidd album download
|A-1||Ain't It Ashame||4:10|
|A-2||Palm City Turkey Trot||2:12|
|A-3||Sportin' Life Blues||2:30|
|A-4||Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia||3:15|
|B-1||Do You Think I Could Change||2:05|
|B-4||It's Another Day||2:35|
|B-6||Diddle Wa Diddle||2:08|
- Acoustic Bass – Randy Hupp
- Arranged By – John W. Brown, Jr., William Kidd (tracks: 1-4)
- Banjo – Randy Hupp
- Directed By – John W. Brown, Jr.
- Drums – Wayne Kenneth Neswitt
- Electric Bass – Carlos Ramirez (tracks: 1-3, 1-5)
- Engineer – Doug Latislaw, Dwight Squibb
- Guitar – Arthur Phelps (tracks: 2-6), Douglas Warren Latislaw*, William Scott Arthur Kidd*
- Harmonica – William Kidd (tracks: William Scott Arthur Kidd)
- Organ – John Wesley Brown, Jr.*
- Piano – John Wesley Brown, Jr.*
- Strings – The Palm City Pot Orchestra (tracks: 2-4)
- Tuba – M.K. Brown (tracks: 1-2, 2-3)
- Vocals – Arthur Phelps (tracks: 2-6), Barbara Josephine Brown, Gregory Allen Youtsky, Jenne Sue Latislaw, Peanut Butter And Jelly, William Scott Arthur Kidd*
Notes"National Duolin resonator guitar on special loan from the "San Diego Friends Of Old Time Music" - Louis Curtiss, Director
The guitar has been used by the following bluesmen: Sam Chatmon, Charlie McCoy, Charlie Patton, Walter Vincent, Eddie Taylor, Thomas Shaw, Lou Curtiss and was originally owned by Bo Carter.
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The Canyon is the seventh studio album by American rock band The Used. It is a double album. The album was released on October 27, 2017, through Hopeless Records. It is the only studio album to feature guitarist Justin Shekoski since Quinn Allman's departure in 2015. It was highly acclaimed by critics and fans alike and appearing on many best-of-the-year lists, though it only peaked at 50 on the Billboard 200.
William Kidd (1645 – 1701) was a Scottish sailor and privateer for the English Parliament. During his career as a privateer, Kidd was accused of piracy and subsequently captured and executed by hanging. Little is known about Kidd's life before the late 17th century, though he made his first appearance in historical records in 1689, when he was listed as a captain. Following this, he was a privateer for Britain in the West Indies, of which he then made his way to New York, where he lived for several years.
The Kidd-class destroyers were a series of four guided missile destroyers (DDGs) based on the Spruance class. The Kidds were designed as more advanced multipurpose ships, in contrast to their predecessor's focus on anti-submarine warfare, adding considerably enhanced anti-aircraft capabilities.