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Carl Radle

Carl Radle
Born (1942-06-18)June 18, 1942
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Died May 30, 1980(1980-05-30) (aged 37)
Genres Blues rock, rock and roll, folk rock
Occupation(s) Musician, producer
Instruments Electric Bass, guitar, percussion
Years active 1965-1980
Labels Dot/Polydor/Atco
Associated acts Colours, Gary Lewis & the Playboys, Delaney and Bonnie and Friends, Derek and the Dominos, Eric Clapton
Website .com.carlradlewww

Carl Dean Radle (June 18, 1942[1] – May 30, 1980) was a bassist who toured and recorded with many of the most influential recording artists of the late 1960s and 1970s. He was posthumously inducted to the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in 2006.[1]

Ultimately, Radle was best known for his lifetime association with Eric Clapton, starting in 1969 with Delaney and Bonnie and Friends and 1970 with Derek and the Dominos, recording alongside drummer Jim Gordon, guitarist Duane Allman, and keyboardist Bobby Whitlock. In 1970 he took part in Joe Cocker's Mad Dogs and Englishmen tour. He worked on all of Clapton's solo projects from 1970 until 1979 and was a member of Clapton's touring band Eric Clapton & His Band from 1974 through 1979. Radle was instrumental in facilitating Clapton's return to recording and touring in 1974. During Clapton's three-year hiatus, Radle furnished him with a supply of tapes of musicians with whom he'd been working. Dick Sims and Jamie Oldaker were musicians who became the core of Clapton's band during the 1970s. Radle served as more than a sideman, acting also as arranger on several songs, most notably "Motherless Children". Radle earned an associate producer's credit on Clapton's No Reason to Cry album.

Radle became a Joe Cocker, Leon Russell, and Buddy Guy among others. He performed with many other notable guests and can be seen in Martin Scorsese's documentary film, The Last Waltz, a final concert performance of The Band, in 1978.

Over the course of his career, Radle played on a number of gold and platinum singles and albums, and garnered the respect of many musicians. His bass lines were often simple and repetitive, but always with the purpose of supporting the song.[2]

Radle was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma and died in May 1980 from a kidney infection, exacerbated by the effects of alcohol and narcotics.[3]

Contents

  • Discography 1
    • With Derek and the Dominos 1.1
    • With Eric Clapton 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Discography

With Derek and the Dominos

With Eric Clapton

References

  1. ^ a b "Carl Radle Legendary Bass Guitarist". Official Website. 2005. Retrieved 5 December 2010. 
  2. ^ Valery Amador. "A Lesson in Carl Radle's Style". Bassmusicianmagazine.com. Retrieved 2015-06-20. 
  3. ^ "Carl Radle Memorial - About - Tribute to Legendary Bass Guitarist for Eric Clapton, Joe Cocker, George Harrison and others". Carlradle.com. Retrieved 2011-07-20. 

External links

  • Official website
  • MP3.com entry on Radle
  • A Lesson in Carl Radle's Style
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