Charlie Daniels

Charlie Edward Daniels

Also known as Big Charlie Daniels, C. C. Daniels, C. Daniels, C. E. Daniels, C.E. Daniels, Ch. E. Daniels, Charles Daniels, Charles E Daniels, Charles E. Daniels, Charlie, Daniels, Daniels Charles Edward
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.charliedaniels.com/

Discography of Charlie Daniels:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Uneasy Rider 8 Audio 1976 Epic
2 Honey In The Rock 8 Audio 1973 Kama Sutra
3 Super Hits 10 Audio 1994 Epic
4 Uneasy Rider 2 Audio 1973 Kama Sutra
5 Corbitt & Daniels Live I 8 Audio 1976 Tiger Lily Records
6 Uneasy Rider / Funky Junky 2 Audio 1973 Kama Sutra
7 All Night Long 2 Audio 1993
8 Te John, Grease, & Wolfman 10 Audio 1972 Epic
9 Christmas Time Down South 10 Audio 1990 Epic
10 Charlie Daniels 10 Audio Capitol Records
11 Super Hits 10 Audio 1994 Epic
12 Charlie Daniels 10 Audio Capitol Records
13 Te John, Grease, & Wolfman 10 Audio 1978 Epic
14 Freedom And Justice For All 14 Audio 2003-07-22 E1 Entertainment Dist
15 Funky Junky / Midnight Lady 2 Audio 1977 Epic
16 Uneasy Rider / Funky Junky 2 Audio 1973 Kama Sutra
17 Charlie Daniels 10 Audio 1970 Capitol Records
18 Te John, Grease, & Wolfman 10 Audio 1978 Epic
19 The Twang Factor / Old Rock 'N Roller 2 Audio 1991 Epic
20 Renegade 10 Audio 1991
21 Honey In The Rock 8 Audio 1973 Kama Sutra
22 America, I Believe In You 10 Audio 1993 Liberty
23 Live 7 Audio 1980 Koala (3)
24 Teaches Rock Guitar - Volume One 20 Audio 1977 Adamo
25 Uneasy Rider 8 Audio 1976 Epic
26 Still In Saigon 2 Audio Capitol Records
27 Uneasy Rider 8 Audio 1976 Epic
28 Uneasy Rider 8 Audio 2008 Wounded Bird Records
29 Te John, Grease, & Wolfman 10 Audio 2008 Wounded Bird Records
30 America, I Believe In You 10 Audio 1993 Liberty
31 Charlie Daniels 10 Audio World Record Club
32 Live I 8 Audio 2011 Big Pink
33 Uneasy Rider / Funky Junky 2 Audio 1973 Kama Sutra
34 Charlie Daniels 10 Audio 2001 Koch Records


Charles Edward Daniels, 28 October 1936, Wilmington, North Carolina, USA. Daniels, who wrote "Carolina (I Love You)" about his youth, was the son of a lumberjack and was raised with a love of bluegrass music. He borrowed a guitar when he was 15 years old and immediately learned to play basic tunes. He then acquired skills on mandolin and fiddle, but had to modify his playing when he lost the tip of his ring finger in an accident in 1955. He formed a bluegrass band, ''The Misty Mountain Boys'', but the group changed its name to ''The Jaguars'' following the single ''Jaguar'', which they recorded in 1959 (produced by [a=Bob Johnston]). Daniels said, "for nine years we played every honky-tonk dive and low-life joint between Raleigh and Texas". This enabled him to master a variety of musical styles, but his only national success came in 1964 when he wrote an [a=Elvis Presley] B-side "It Hurts Me", a tender ballad that remains one of his best compositions.

In 1967, Daniels followed Bob Johnston his suggestion to accept regular session work in Nashville. He played electric bass on [a=Bob Dylan] his Nashville Skyline and later appeared on his albums Self Portrait and New Morning. He also worked with [a=Marty Robbins], [a=Hank Williams Jr.] (on Family Tradition) and [a=Ringo Starr] (on Beaucoups Of Blues), and took Lester Flatt his place alongside Earl Scruggs. He produced albums by [a=Youngbloods, The] and by [a=Jerry Corbitt]. The latter, in turn, produced one by Daniels, both of which were released in the USA by [l=Capitol Records].


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