One of the great true-twang sidemen of the 1970s, pedal steel player Doug Jernigan added some super-sweet licks to a an awful lot of records over the years, from the smallest indie productions, to albums by Nashville superstars, as well as his own jazz-meets-country albums. In addition to his session work, Jernigan toured with several stars, perhaps most notably as a member of Johnny Paycheck's band. Here's a quick look at his solo stuff...
Doug Jernigan "Diggin' Doug: Uptown To Country" (Emmons Records, 1970)
Doug Jernigan & Gary Adams "The Sounds Of Doug Jernigan And Gary Adams" (Starr Records, 1975)
Doug Jernigan "Roadside Rag" (Flying Fish, 1976) (LP)
Jernigan steps into the spotlight for this solo set... Classy picking from a guy who's added a lot of really sweet licks to a lot of records over the years.
Doug Jernigan "Cross Country" (Midland Records, 1977) (LP)
Doug Jernigan & Bucky Pizzarelli "Doug & Bucky" (Flying Fish, 1977) (LP)
Doug Jernigan "Sky High Steel" (United Steel, 1978) (LP)
Doug Jernigan/Various Artists "Nashville Jam" (Flying Fish, 1977) (LP)
An all-star jam session with Vassar Clements, Jesse McReynolds, Buddy Spicher and others...
Doug Jernigan "Gospel Steel Guitar" (Midland Records, 1984) (LP)
Doug Jernigan "Jazz On Ten" (Double Ten Records, 2000) (LP)
Doug Jernigan "Leave Of Absence" (Gatorbone, 2011)
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