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Wayne Perkins
Wayne Perkins
Published: 2010/12/18
Channel: Carey Goin
WAYNE PERKINS - Just Dropped In
WAYNE PERKINS - Just Dropped In
Published: 2016/11/11
Channel: Анрей Стрелков
Hand Of Fate - Rollig Stones,Wayne Perkins
Hand Of Fate - Rollig Stones,Wayne Perkins
Published: 2014/02/22
Channel: happyhotstar
Wayne Perkins - Big Stratocaster
Wayne Perkins - Big Stratocaster
Published: 2017/01/29
Channel: Blues Place
Wayne Perkins - Little Girl Eyes
Wayne Perkins - Little Girl Eyes
Published: 2015/02/14
Channel: William Flowers
Crimson Tide Band Part 3 - The Best of the Rest - 1978-79
Crimson Tide Band Part 3 - The Best of the Rest - 1978-79
Published: 2016/05/23
Channel: Carey Goin
Concrete Jungle Solo - Bob Marley (Wayne Perkins) - Fast and Slow
Concrete Jungle Solo - Bob Marley (Wayne Perkins) - Fast and Slow
Published: 2017/10/13
Channel: Learn to Play it Right - Guitar Lessons
Just Can
Just Can't Come To The Phone - Wayne Perkins
Published: 2016/08/19
Channel: Rokam55
Wayne Perkins "little girl eyes" by ROXXON
Wayne Perkins "little girl eyes" by ROXXON
Published: 2014/02/17
Channel: IGHTEE
Wayne Perkins - Big Stratocaster - (BluesMen Channel Music)
Wayne Perkins - Big Stratocaster - (BluesMen Channel Music)
Published: 2017/09/08
Channel: BluesMen Channel Music
concrete jungle guitar solo explanation
concrete jungle guitar solo explanation
Published: 2008/12/31
Channel: Neal Bangor
The Rolling Stones Hand of Fate Wayne Perkins弾いてみた Guitar Cover
The Rolling Stones Hand of Fate Wayne Perkins弾いてみた Guitar Cover
Published: 2017/08/10
Channel: GuitarCover R&B
Story 4 A Pirate Ship on the Korean DMZ by Wayne Perkins
Story 4 A Pirate Ship on the Korean DMZ by Wayne Perkins
Published: 2017/11/06
Channel: Korean DMZ 1967
Wayne Perkins - Big Stratocaster - (BluesMen Channel)
Wayne Perkins - Big Stratocaster - (BluesMen Channel)
Published: 2017/05/04
Channel: BluesMen Channel 1
The Rolling Stones: Play It Rough - 04) Worried About You
The Rolling Stones: Play It Rough - 04) Worried About You
Published: 2012/05/23
Channel: BlazefireBootlegs
Guitar Blues Lesson No6 - Wayne Perkins - Worried About You
Guitar Blues Lesson No6 - Wayne Perkins - Worried About You
Published: 2011/11/26
Channel: paravent
Eric Clapton/Wayne Perkins Guitar Solo
Eric Clapton/Wayne Perkins Guitar Solo
Published: 2016/07/11
Channel: best bluesmen ever
50 Years Ago Today, My Last Night on the DMZ Wayne Perkins
50 Years Ago Today, My Last Night on the DMZ Wayne Perkins
Published: 2017/12/17
Channel: Korean DMZ 1967
Wayne Perkins and Lonnie Mack
Wayne Perkins and Lonnie Mack
Published: 2008/02/01
Channel: sweetbamabelle
San Francisco to Lake Tahoe with Wayne Perkins
San Francisco to Lake Tahoe with Wayne Perkins
Published: 2014/12/14
Channel: Jerry W. Henry
The Rolling Stones: Play It Rough - 01) Hand Of Fate
The Rolling Stones: Play It Rough - 01) Hand Of Fate
Published: 2012/05/23
Channel: BlazefireBootlegs
Michael Bolotin - You
Michael Bolotin - You're No Good - 1975 (Wayne Perkins on amazing guitar)
Published: 2009/06/01
Channel: originalsin19
Wayne Perkins
Wayne Perkins
Published: 2008/02/01
Channel: sweetbamabelle
Big stratocaster
Big stratocaster
Published: 2014/03/06
Channel: kperk1959
Getting Dark by Wayne Perkins
Getting Dark by Wayne Perkins
Published: 2017/10/18
Channel: Wayne Perkins
Shearing a Bed by Wayne Perkins
Shearing a Bed by Wayne Perkins
Published: 2017/10/21
Channel: Wayne Perkins
Bob Marley and The Wailers - Concrete Jungle
Bob Marley and The Wailers - Concrete Jungle
Published: 2008/07/28
Channel: Mango Cango
Bob Marley and The Wailers Concrete Jungle Guitar Solo Cover
Bob Marley and The Wailers Concrete Jungle Guitar Solo Cover
Published: 2017/02/10
Channel: KeyOfAaron
2017 - November 21st - Veteran
2017 - November 21st - Veteran's Show - Wayne Perkins, Army Vet and Author of The Last Flight of Dai
Published: 2017/11/28
Channel: WLMR Radio-DB: The Veteran's Show
Where Did Love Go (Wayne Perkins) by Lucas McCoy
Where Did Love Go (Wayne Perkins) by Lucas McCoy
Published: 2014/12/31
Channel: Lucas Faecain McCoy
Where Did Love Go - Wayne Perkins (cover)
Where Did Love Go - Wayne Perkins (cover)
Published: 2013/02/13
Channel: hummingbirdblues
Michael Bolotin,You
Michael Bolotin,You're No Good 1975, ( Wayne Perkins on guitar )
Published: 2015/02/22
Channel: William Flowers
Thomas Wayne and the DeLons - Tragedy
Thomas Wayne and the DeLons - Tragedy
Published: 2015/07/14
Channel: John1948TwelveC
Peterbilt Wayne Garbage Truck With Perkins PAS Arm
Peterbilt Wayne Garbage Truck With Perkins PAS Arm
Published: 2017/06/12
Channel: Northwest Garbage Trucks
Rolling Stones Hand Of Fate Guitar Lesson close-up & slowdown .avi
Rolling Stones Hand Of Fate Guitar Lesson close-up & slowdown .avi
Published: 2011/10/21
Channel: tokabilitor
Mr Wayne Perkins(2)
Mr Wayne Perkins(2)
Published: 2017/02/04
Channel: Wayne Perkins
The Rolling Stones - Hand Of Fate 1975 Demo
The Rolling Stones - Hand Of Fate 1975 Demo
Published: 2015/07/28
Channel: Anthony R. Ct
Bob Marley-Concrete jungle solo guitar
Bob Marley-Concrete jungle solo guitar
Published: 2014/11/28
Channel: ieldepiel
The Crimson Tide Band - Part 1 of 3 - Tracks from their Debut Album: Crimson Tide
The Crimson Tide Band - Part 1 of 3 - Tracks from their Debut Album: Crimson Tide
Published: 2016/05/20
Channel: Carey Goin
The Rolling Stones - Hand Of Fate - Live in Roseland, NY, 2002
The Rolling Stones - Hand Of Fate - Live in Roseland, NY, 2002
Published: 2017/06/08
Channel: Zack
Michael Bolotin - 1975 -  Lost in the City (Wayne Perkins)
Michael Bolotin - 1975 - Lost in the City (Wayne Perkins)
Published: 2009/01/06
Channel: originalsin19
Re: HAND OF FATE : Rolling Stones w/ Wayne Perkins
Re: HAND OF FATE : Rolling Stones w/ Wayne Perkins
Published: 2010/03/24
Channel: susi blageld
Wayne Perkins reporting from Miami
Wayne Perkins reporting from Miami
Published: 2011/01/22
Channel: pastorldr
Counterfeit Gods (Success)  //  Wayne Perkins  //  06.11.2016
Counterfeit Gods (Success) // Wayne Perkins // 06.11.2016
Published: 2016/11/06
Channel: Alexandra Baptist Church
Mr Wayne Perkins(3)
Mr Wayne Perkins(3)
Published: 2017/02/04
Channel: Wayne Perkins
Wayne Perkins at BIA hearing
Wayne Perkins at BIA hearing
Published: 2008/04/15
Channel: cfo notify
Mr Wayne Perkins(1)
Mr Wayne Perkins(1)
Published: 2017/02/04
Channel: Wayne Perkins
Wayne Perkins Thanksgiving
Wayne Perkins Thanksgiving
Published: 2013/01/27
Channel: pastorldr
Work Break to Annihilate Stress by Wayne Perkins Master Hypnotist
Work Break to Annihilate Stress by Wayne Perkins Master Hypnotist
Published: 2007/04/14
Channel: Wayne Perkins
Mr Wayne Perkins(4)
Mr Wayne Perkins(4)
Published: 2017/02/04
Channel: Wayne Perkins
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David Wayne Perkins (born 1951 in Birmingham, Alabama) is a rock and R & B guitarist, singer, songwriter and session musician. He was the oldest of six children, a brother and four sisters. Both of his parents sang and played guitar. It was only natural for Perkins to pick up a guitar when he was six years old and teach himself to play. At age 15, Perkins played his first gig as a session musician, in Bob Grove's Prestige Recording Studio in Birmingham. At 16, he left school and started performing in local bands and released singles with a band called the Vikings with Charles Nettles.

In 1968, drummer Jasper Guarino helped Perkins land a steady job as a session guitarist in a studio owned by Quin Ivy called "Quinvy's" in Muscle Shoals. Perkins was salaried at $100 a week. This led to work at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio with such names as David Porter and the Soul Children, Dave Crawford and Brad Shapiro, Dee Dee Warwick, Ronnie Milsap, Joe Cocker, Leon Russell, Jimmy Cliff, Jim Capaldi, Steve Winwood and Marlin Greene. Perkins also provided lead guitar overdubs on three tracks on Catch a Fire, the 1973 album by Bob Marley and the Wailers: "Concrete Jungle," "Stir It Up," and "Baby We’ve Got a Date." "His contributions to the pioneering LP weren’t actually mentioned on the original liner notes — indeed most listeners assumed they were hearing Peter Tosh — but Perkins received credit later."[1]

Perkins left session work to form a band called Smith, Perkins and Smith which recorded two albums and toured in England on the same bill with Free, Fairport Convention, Argent, Uriah Heep, Family and Vinegar Joe with Robert Palmer. While in Kingston in the Island Basing Street recording studios Perkins had been working on a second Smith Perkins Smith album for Island when Chris Blackwell stopped him. "He said there was a Wailer project he wanted me to play on" - the Wailers' album "Catch a Fire", which went platinum.[2] When Perkins returned to the United States, he played with Leon Russell for two years, in the Gap Band and the Shelter People Band, and with Eric Clapton and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Clapton arranged for Perkins to audition with The Rolling Stones.[3] As a result, Perkins was hired to play lead guitar on the album Black and Blue.[4][5] The credits for the album list Perkins appearing on three tracks: "Hand of Fate", "Memory Motel" and "Fool to Cry". Following this, Perkins joined the Alabama Power Band (formed by his brother Dale), which became Crimson Tide and recorded two albums. In Nashville, Perkins wrote music for Catdaddy Music and co-wrote soundtracks with Emmy Award winning composer/producer/remixer Richard Wolf for films including The Karate Kid Part II and Back to School. Perkins later formed the band Problem Child with Robert Nix and Rick Christian, and played bass with Lonnie Mack. During his long career, Perkins played session guitar with artists including the Alabama State Troupers, Ben Atkins, Michael Bolton, Angela Bofill, the Everly Brothers, the Oak Ridge Boys, Billy Ray Cyrus, Ray Reach and many others.

In 1995, Perkins recorded his first solo album, Mendo Hotel,[4] and in 2005, he released his latest, Ramblin' Heart.

Some time later, Wayne Perkins was diagnosed with multiple brain tumors. He was treated, but occasionally suffers from crippling head aches. He retired to Argo, where he lives with his brother."[6]

Discography[edit]

  • 1971 Hills of Indiana Lonnie Mack ; Living by the Days Don Nix ; Lovejoy Albert King; Mary Called Jeanie Greene; Ronnie Milsap Ronnie Milsap
  • 1972 Alabama State Troupers Road Show Alabama State Troupers; Dinnertime Alex Taylor; Catch a Fire Bob Marley & The Wailers; John David Souther John David Souther; Raised on Records P.F. Sloan; Smith Perkins Smith Smith Perkins Smith; Smokestack Lighting Mike Harrison; Stories We Could Tell The Everly Brothers; Tiptoe Past the Dragon Marlin Greene
  • 1973 Last Stage for Silverworld Kenny Young; October Claire Hamill
  • 1973 Catch a Fire, Bob Marley and the Wailers. Lead guitar overdubs on "Concrete Jungle", "Stir It Up", and "Baby We’ve Got a Date"
  • 1974 Court and Spark Joni Mitchell; Hobos Heroes & Street Corner Clowns Don Nix; Monkey Grip Bill Wyman
  • 1975 Michael Bolton Michael Bolton
  • 1976 As Long as You Love Me Mickey Thomas; Black and Blue The Rolling Stones; Diggin' It Dunn & Rubini; Glass Heart Allan Rich
  • 1978 Levon Helm Levon Helm; Skynyrd's First and...Last Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • 1979 Next Song Is... Keith Herman
  • 1980 I Had to Say It Millie Jackson; McGuinn-Hillman Roger McGuinn with Chris Hillman; Storm Windows John Prine
  • 1981 Gimme You Billy Burnette; Mean Streets McGuinn & Hillman; Plain from the Heart Delbert McClinton; Reunion Jerry Jeff Walker; Tattoo You The Rolling Stones
  • 1982 Night After Night Steve Cropper; No Fun Aloud Glenn Frey; Old Enough Lou Ann Barton
  • 1983 American Made The Oak Ridge Boys; E.S.P. (Extra Sexual Persuasion) Millie Jackson
  • 1984 Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 The Oak Ridge Boys
  • 1985 Home Again The Everly Brothers; Step on Out The Oak Ridge Boys
  • 1986 Back to School Original Soundtrack
  • 1991 Early Years Michael Bolton; Loner Prince Phillip Mitchell
  • 1992 Songs of Freedom Bob Marley & The Wailers
  • 1993 Mr. President Ray Reach and Various Artists. A song, produced by Ray Reach, performed by Alabama talent, benefitting the homeless in the Birmingham, Alabama area. Artists and studios who donated their time and efforts to make this record include: choral students from Jefferson County schools, Chuck Leavell (Keyboards), Charlie Hayward (Bass), Chuck Tilley (Drums), Kelley O'Neal (Sax), Wayne Perkins (Guitar), Front Row Productions and Airwave Productions Group.
  • 1993 Jump Back: The Best of the Rolling Stones 1971-1993 The Rolling Stones; Ultimate Collection Albert King
  • 1994 Classics, Vol. 2: Plain from the Heart Delbert McClinton; Classics, Volume 1 Delbert McClinton; Heartaches & Harmonies [Box Set] The Everly Brothers
  • 1995 Mendo Hotel Wayne Perkins; Soul Children - Best of Two Worlds The Soul Children
  • 1996 So I Can Love You-Untouched The Emotions
  • 1997 Count On Me James Clark, Produced by Ray Reach
  • 1998 At Home in Muscle Shoals Bobby Womack; House Rent Party Various Artists; Skynyrd's First: The Complete Muscle Shoals Album Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • 2001 Catch a Fire [Bonus Tracks] Bob Marley & The Wailers; Catch a Fire [Deluxe Edition] Bob Marley & The Wailers; Jealous Kind/Plain from the Heart Delbert McClinton
  • 2002 Forty Licks The Rolling Stones; Patchouli Ben Atkins
  • 2003 Babylon by Bus/Catch a Fire/Burnin' [Deluxe Editions] Bob Marley; Rockin' Memphis: 1960s-1970s, Vol. 1 Various Artists; Thyrty: The 30th Anniversary Collection Lynyrd Skynyrd; Uprising/Kaya/Catch a Fire [Deluxe Editions] Bob Marley; Every Little Lie Ken Valdez
  • 2005 Even More Good Whiskey: A Collection of Contemporary Various Artists; Greatest Hits Lynyrd Skynyrd; Levon Helm [Bonus Track] Levon Helm; Ramblin' Heart Wayne Perkins
  • 2006 Monkey Grip [Bonus Tracks] Bill Wyman; Ronnie Milsap [Bonus Track] Ronnie Milsap; Stax Profiles Albert King

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://marcoonthebass.blogspot.ie/2013/01/the-story-of-wayne-perkins-concrete.html
  2. ^ The Stories Behind Every Bob Marley Song 1962-1981 Soul Rebel Maureen Sheridan
  3. ^ Shuster, Fred (1996-01-19). "No Strings Attached: Session man Wayne Perkins now playing with own band". Los Angeles Daily News. 
  4. ^ a b Hicks, Tony (2002-11-08). "Almost A Stone: No Regrets for Guitarist Who Lost Out". Contra Costa Times. p. 37. 
  5. ^ Matsumoto, Jon (1994-08-11). "The Rolling Stones "Black and Blue" (1976) / Virgin". Los Angeles Times. 
  6. ^ http://www.al.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2017/10/rolling_stones_bob_marley.html

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