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||Thomas Clark Cogbill
April 8, 1932|
Johnson Grove, Tennessee United States
||December 7, 1982
Nashville, Tennessee United States
||Jazz, contemporary music, R&B, funk
||Musician, songwriter, record producer
||Bass guitar, guitar
Thomas Clark Cogbill, (b. April 8, 1932 – December 7, 1982) was an American bassist, guitarist and record producer.
Tommy Cogbill was born in Johnson Grove, Tennessee. He was a highly sought-after session and studio musician who appeared on many now-classic recordings of the 1960s and 1970s, especially those recorded in Nashville, Memphis and Muscle Shoals. He has been credited as an influence by bass guitarists, including Jaco Pastorius. In the later 1960s and early 1970s, Cogbill worked extensively at Memphis's American Sound Studio as a producer and as part of the studio's house rhythm section, known as The Memphis Boys.
One of the best known recordings featuring his bassline was Dusty Springfield's 1969 hit "Son of a Preacher Man", produced by Jerry Wexler and Tom Dowd. Other major artists he recorded with include Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin, Kris Kristofferson, J. J. Cale, Wilson Pickett (including the bassline on "Funky Broadway"), Chuck Berry, Dolly Parton, Bob Seger, and Neil Diamond.
Cogbill died on December 7, 1982 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Tommy Cogbill bassline,Son of a preacher man
Tommy Cogbill Style 2
created backing track (drums) then recorded in ableton.
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Aretha Franklin - Sweet Sweet Baby Since You've Been Gone (1968)
Baixista: Tommy Cogbill - (1932 -1982) www.myspace.com/memphisboysband Gravadora: Atlantic Records Fonte: Soul, Funk & Disco - Fernando Savaglia.
Elvis Presley Suspicious Minds Bass Cover with notes and tab
Download Bass Notes & Tab: http://bit.ly/1eph2zt Song: Suspicious Minds Artist: Elvis Presley Album: From Elvis in Memphis (1969) Original Bass Player: ...
Wilson Pickett - Funky Broadway (Bass Cover)
Famous song by Wilson Pickett and released in 1967. I decided to cover this song after hearing Jaco Pastorius play it. Tommy Cogbill plays bass on this record.
How To Play Bass To Musang Sally Wilson Pickett
http://www.how-to-play-bass.com Here's a beginners level how to play bass tutorial for the Wilson Pickett version of Mustang Sally - the bass line was originally ...
Box Tops - Sweet Cream Ladies (stereo)
The late great Alex Chilton in a rather rare video. Towards the end of 1968 producer Dan Penn was replaced by the team of Tommy Cogbill and Chips Moman.
Herbie Mann - Memphis Underground (1969)
Bass [Fender] -- Mike Leech, Tommy Cogbill Design [Album Design] -- Graffiteria* Drums -- Gene Christman* Flute -- Herbie Mann Guitar -- Larry Coryell, Reggie ...
Johnny Paycheck - Everybody's Got A Family... Meet Mine
1979 Epic Bass – Michael McBride , Tommy Cogbill, Henry Strzelecki on tracks 1, 3, 4, 6 Drums – Jerry Kroon , Jim Isbell , Johnnie Barber Fiddle – Tommy ...
Tue, 14 Jul 2015 22:59:05 -0700
Diamond overdubbed the track in California. Drummer Gene Chrisman said: "Neil didn't even want to cut Caroline." Tommy Cogbill, the bass player who was also part of the studio's house rhythm section, was even more adamant: "Neil didn't like the song at ...
Thu, 15 Oct 2015 15:41:15 -0700
Hosford recorded part of Cross Words at Mt. Juliet's Bradley's Barn with guitarist Billy Sanford, bassists Bob Moore and Tommy Cogbill and drummer Buddy Harman. The followup, a.k.a. Lorenzo, used some of the same musicians at Bradley's Barn. Hosford's ...
Fri, 16 Oct 2015 08:05:48 -0700
Then there's 1968's "People Make the World," written by Bobby Womack and co-produced by legendary Memphis figures Chips Moman and Tommy Cogbill, who were concurrently working on some of the greatest records in the careers of Aretha Franklin and ...
The Augusta Chronicle
The Augusta Chronicle
Wed, 06 May 2015 09:13:10 -0700
(Producer) Jerry Wexler first sent me first to Memphis to record with Tommy Cogbill. That didn't work out too good so he said, 'I'm going to send you to Muscle Shoals (Ala.) to work with a guy named Marlon Greene. “Jimmy Johnson and Eddie Hinton were ...
Tue, 24 Feb 2015 14:53:17 -0800
That celebrated group also featured guitarist Reggie Young, drummer Gene Chrisman, pianist Bobby Wood, and bassists Mike Leech and Tommy Cogbill. Among the iconic recordings on which Emmons and his fellow players appeared were "Suspicious ...
Thu, 26 Feb 2015 11:23:48 -0800
Working with guitarist, songwriter and producer Chips Moman at Moman's American Studios, Emmons was part of that studio's famed rhythm section — a group that included guitarist Reggie Young, bassists Tommy Cogbill and Mike Leech, pianist Bobby ...
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Tue, 24 Feb 2015 03:26:42 -0800
... of heavy hitters: cutting edge jazz guitarists Larry Coryell and Sonny Sharrock, Roy Ayers on conga, and the famous Memphis Rhythm Section of organist Bobby Emmons, pianist Bobby Wood, drummer Gene Chrisman and bass player Tommy Cogbill.
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Wed, 13 Aug 2014 15:52:22 -0700
With Moman guiding them, the American house band, later known as the Memphis Boys — guitarist Reggie Young, drummer Gene Chrisman, pianist Bobby Wood, organist Bobby Emmons and bassists Mike Leech and Tommy Cogbill — would provide the ...
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