This is the first truly in-depth and extensive interview ever captured with Lloyd that’s focused entirely on the pedal steel guitar. Lloyd is a true genius and innovator and I am honored that he allowed me to bring this long overdue concept to fruition.
In Part Two, Lloyd and I continue discussing his solo on Alan Jackson’s “Remember When” and get into more details on Lloyd’s career, the Nashville studio scene (then and now) and more insights into his creative process.
Here are links to some of the players and solos referenced in the video:
Lloyd Green solo on Alan Jackson’s Remember When
Barry Becket piano solo, Paul Franklin pedal steel solo on Vince Gill’s When I Call Your Name
Lloyd Green on Paul McCartney and Wings’ Sally G
Paul Franklin on The Notting Hillbillies’ Railroad Worksong
Lloyd Green’s I Can See Clearly Now
Odell Martin The Galloping Guitar
Lloyd Green on Charlie Pride’s Six Days On The Road
Curly Chalker solo on San Antonio Rose