John Hiatt & The Jerry Douglas Band ¦ Leftover Feelings

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Leftover Feelings ¦ Master Of Disaster ¦ Beneath This Gruff Exterior

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John Hiatt (2010)
John Hiatt auf dem ZMF 2015 in Freiburg
John Hiatt auf dem ZMF 2015 in Freiburg

John Hiatt (* 20. August 1952 in Indianapolis, Indiana) ist ein US-amerikanischer Gitarrist, Pianist und Singer-Songwriter. Seine Stilrichtungen umfassen New Wave, Blues, Country und Southern Rock.

Anfänge

John Hiatt sammelte erste musikalische Erfahrungen in Highschool-Bands. Mit 18 Jahren zog er nach Nashville, wo er bei einem Musikverlag als Songwriter unter Vertrag genommen wurde und in der lokalen Clubszene spielte. Seinen ersten Erfolg konnte er 1974 verbuchen, als die Gruppe Three Dog Night mit seinem Sure as I'm Sittin' Here einen Top-20-Hit hatte. Im gleichen Jahr erhielt er beim Epic-Label einen Schallplattenvertrag. Es wurden zwei LPs produziert, die sich aber nur enttäuschend verkauften.

Hiatt verließ Nashville und zog nach Los Angeles. Durch Vermittlung des Gitarristen Leo Kottke erhielt er einen Vertrag beim MCA Records Label. Wieder wurden zwei Alben produziert und wieder waren die Verkaufszahlen, trotz guter Kritiken, schlecht. Am Ende des Jahrzehnts stand er erneut ohne Vertrag da.

Karriere

1980 stieg Hiatt bei Ry Cooder ein. Etablierte Musiker wie Dave Edmunds, Rosanne Cash oder Ry Cooder selbst griffen zunehmend auf sein Material zurück und erzielten damit bemerkenswerte Erfolge. Seine Reputation als Songschreiber brachte ihm 1981 einen neuen Plattenvertrag ein. Wieder floppten die beiden ersten Alben. Hiatt, der seit frühester Jugend trank, verlor zusehends die Kontrolle über sich. Sein Alkohol-Konsum überschritt das erträgliche Maß. 1985 verübte seine zweite Frau Selbstmord. Nach Fertigstellung eines weiteren Albums unterzog er sich einer Entziehungskur.

1986 heiratete er wieder und erhielt einen weiteren Schallplattenvertrag, dieses Mal beim A&M-Label. Die LP Bring The Family spielte John Hiatt mit Ry Cooder, Nick Lowe und Jim Keltner ein; die Platte schaffte es immerhin fast bis in die Top-100. Ein erster bescheidener Erfolg. Das Nachfolgealbum, Slow Turning, erreichte gar Platz 98. Erfolgreicher waren andere Interpreten mit seinen Songs. So erzielte Rosanne Cash mit The Way We Make a Broken Heart einen Nummer-1-Hit und Earl Thomas Conley gewann 1991 mit Bring Back Your Love to Me einen CMA Award.

1991 formierten Hiatt, Cooder, Lowe und Keltner die Band Little Village. Nach Produktion lediglich eines Albums gleichen Namens ging man wieder auseinander. John Hiatt nahm erneut Solo-Alben auf, die aber, wie gewohnt, allenfalls mittlere Hitparadenplätze erreichten. Er wechselte 1995 zum Capitol-Label. Erneut wurden qualitativ gute Alben veröffentlicht, denen aber der große Verkaufserfolg versagt blieb. Auch ein Wechsel zu Vanguard im Jahr 2000 brachte nicht den kommerziellen Durchbruch.

Instrumente

John Hiatt spielt vorzugsweise Westerngitarren der Marke Gibson, hauptsächlich J-45-Modelle. Ihm zu Ehren brachte die Firma die John Hiatt J-45-Signature-Gitarre heraus.[1]

Diskografie

Alben

JahrTitelHöchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[2]
(Jahr, Titel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
DE DEAT ATCH CHUK UKUS US
1987Bring the FamilyUS107
(17 Wo.)US
A&M
1988Slow TurningUS98
(31 Wo.)US
A&M
1990Stolen MomentsDE68
(6 Wo.)DE
CH25
(5 Wo.)CH
UK72
(1 Wo.)UK
US61
(19 Wo.)US
A&M
1993Perfectly Good GuitarDE89
(3 Wo.)DE
CH11
(10 Wo.)CH
UK67
(1 Wo.)UK
US47
(11 Wo.)US
A&M
1995Walk OnDE49
(2 Wo.)DE
CH49
(2 Wo.)CH
UK74
(1 Wo.)UK
US48
(9 Wo.)US
Capitol
1997Little HeadUS111
(4 Wo.)US
Capitol
2000Crossing Muddy WatersUS110
(4 Wo.)US
Vanguard 79576
2001The Tiki Bar Is OpenDE86
(1 Wo.)DE
CH84
(2 Wo.)CH
US89
(5 Wo.)US
Vanguard 79593
2003Beneath This Gruff ExteriorUS73
(4 Wo.)US
New West NW 6045
John Hiatt & the Goners
2005Master of DisasterUS126
(3 Wo.)US
New West NW 6076
2008Same Old ManUS84
(3 Wo.)US
New West NW 6145
2010The Open RoadUS72
(2 Wo.)US
New West NW 6182
2011Dirty Jeans and Mudslide HymnsDE61
(1 Wo.)DE
UK99
(1 Wo.)UK
US59
(4 Wo.)US
New West NW 6206
2012Mystic PinballCH90
(1 Wo.)CH
US39
(2 Wo.)US
New West NW 6260
2014Terms of My SurrenderDE86
(1 Wo.)DE
CH41
(1 Wo.)CH
UK80
(1 Wo.)UK
US47
(4 Wo.)US
New West NW 6284
2018The Eclipse SessionsDE74
(1 Wo.)DE
CH43
(1 Wo.)CH
US162
(1 Wo.)US
2021Leftover FeelingsDE28
(1 Wo.)DE
AT46
(1 Wo.)AT
CH15
(… Wo.)CH
mit der Jerry Douglas Band

Weitere Alben

  • 1974: Hanging Around the Observatory (Epic)
  • 1975: Overcoats (Epic)
  • 1979: Slug Line (MCA)
  • 1980: Two Bit Monsters (MCA)
  • 1982: All of a Sudden (Geffen)
  • 1983: Ridin’ with the King (Geffen)
  • 1985: Warming Up to the Ice Age (Geffen)
  • 1989: Y’all Caught? (Geffen)
  • 1994: Hiatt Comes Alive at Budokan (A&M)
  • 2006: Live from Austin Texas (New West NW 6086)
  • 2006: Live at the Hiatt (HIP-OSelect)
  • 2013: My Kind of Town (Goldfish GOLF 003)
  • 2013: Here to Stay – The Best of 2000-2012 (New West NW 6300)

Singles

JahrTitel
Album
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartsChartplatzierungen[2]
(Jahr, Titel, Album, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
UK UK
1995Cry Love
UK99
(1 Wo.)UK

Coversongs

  • Bob Dylan: The Usual (Album: Hearts of Fire, 1987)
  • Rosanne Cash: The Way We Make a Broken Heart (Album: King's Record Shop, 1987)
  • Bonnie Raitt: Thing Called Love (Album: Nick of Time, 1989)
  • Iggy Pop: Something Wild (Album: Brick by Brick, 1990)
  • Bill Frisell: Have a Little Faith in Me (Album: Live, 1991)
  • Joan Baez: Through Your Hands (Album: Play Me Backwards, 1992)
  • Suzy Bogguss: Drive South (Album: Voices in the Wind, 1992)
  • Willie Nelson: Across the Borderline (Album: Across the Borderline, 1993)
  • Bruce Springsteen: Across the Borderline (Album: Unplugged – Live in the USA, 1993)
  • David Crosby: Through Your Hands (Album: Thousand Roads, 1993)
  • Joe Cocker: Have a Little Faith in Me (Album: Have a Little Faith in Me, 1994)
  • Jewel: Have a Little Faith in Me (Album: Phenomenon OST, 1996)
  • Ilse DeLange: Child Of The Wild Blue Yonder, Angel Eyes, Have A Little Faith In Me and 6 more (Album: Dear John, 1999)
  • Adam Duritz & Friends Crossing Muddy Waters (Album: Adam & Immy at the Shim Sham Club, 2000)
  • Chaka Khan: Have a Little Faith in Me (Album: Disappearing Acts OST, 2000)
  • Elvis Costello: Living a Little, Laughing a Little (Album: Nashville & More, 2000)
  • B. B. King & Eric Clapton: Riding with the King (Album: Riding with the King, 2000)
  • Bob Seger: Detroit Made (Album: Ride Out, 2014)

Quellen

  1. Die John Hiatt J-45-Signature auf gibson.com, abgerufen am 11. Mai 2012
  2. a b Chartquellen: DE AT CH UK US

Weblinks

Commons: John Hiatt – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien

Veröffentlichungen von The Jerry Douglas Band die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Leftover Feelings

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Jerry Douglas
Jerry Douglas 2009 Rivercity.jpg
Background information
Birth nameGerald Calvin Douglas
Born (1956-05-28) May 28, 1956 (age 65)
Warren, Ohio, U.S.
GenresAmericana, bluegrass, country
Occupation(s)Musician
InstrumentsDobro, resonator guitar, lap steel guitar, guitar
Years active1970s–present
LabelsRounder, MCA, Sugar Hill, Entertainment One, Koch
Associated acts
Websitejerrydouglas.com

Gerald Calvin "Jerry" Douglas (born May 28, 1956) is an American resonator guitar and lap steel guitar player and record producer.[1]

Career

Watson Stage - MerleFest 2018
Jerry Douglas playing one of his resonator guitars

In addition to his fourteen solo recordings, Douglas has played on more than 1,600 albums.[2][3] As a sideman, he has recorded with artists as diverse as Garth Brooks, Ray Charles, Eric Clapton, Phish, Dolly Parton, Susan Ashton, Paul Simon, Mumford & Sons, Keb' Mo', Ricky Skaggs, Elvis Costello, Tommy Emmanuel, James Taylor and Johnny Mathis, as well as performing on the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack. He has collaborated with various groups including The Whites, J.D. Crowe and the New South, The Country Gentlemen, Strength in Numbers, and Elvis Costello's "Sugar Canes".

Douglas produced a number of records, including some at Sugar Hill Records. He oversaw albums by Alison Krauss, the Del McCoury Band, Maura O'Connell, Jesse Winchester and the Nashville Bluegrass Band, The Earls of Leicester, The Steep Canyon Rangers. Along with Aly Bain, he serves as Music Director of the popular BBC Television series, "Transatlantic Sessions".

Since 1998, Douglas has been a member of Alison Krauss and Union Station, touring extensively and playing on a series of platinum-selling albums. When not on the road with Alison Krauss and Union Station, Douglas tours in support of his extensive body of work with his bands The Jerry Douglas Band and The Earls of Leicester, following the continued success of the latter's 2014 release The Earls of Leicester and 2015's Rattle and Roar.

Jerry Douglas appeared with Vince Gill on Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival 2004 ("Oklahoma Borderline" and "What the Cowgirls Do").

Douglas also made a cameo in the third "United Breaks Guitars" consumer protest video, all of which went viral.

Personal life

Douglas was born in Warren, Ohio, United States, and now lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife, Jill.

Awards and honors

As of 2021, Douglas has been nominated for thirty-two Grammy Awards, winning fourteen.[4]

He has received the Country Music Association's 'Musician of the Year' award three times, in 2002, 2005 and 2007.

Douglas is a 10-time recipient of the International Bluegrass Music Association ("IBMA") Dobro Player of the Year Award.

In 2004, the National Endowment for the Arts awarded Douglas a National Heritage Fellowship, which is the United States' highest honor in the folk and traditional arts.[5]

Douglas was named Artist in Residence for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in 2008.

Douglas was honored at the 36th annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival in Colorado for his twenty-fifth consecutive year playing in and at the festival.

Douglas received the Bluegrass Star Award, presented by the Bluegrass Heritage Foundation of Dallas, Texas, on October 15, 2016. The award is bestowed upon bluegrass artists who do an exemplary job of advancing traditional bluegrass music and bringing it to new audiences while preserving its character and heritage.[6]

The Americana Music Association honored Jerry Douglas with a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011.[7]

Douglas received the key to the city of Manchester, Tennessee as well as to Coffee County during a performance at the 2015 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.[8]

Discography

Studio recordings

TitleDetailsPeak chart positions
"—" denotes releases that did not chart
US GrassUS CountryUSUS HeatUS IndieUS New Age
Fluxology
Fluxedo
Under the Wire
  • Release date: 1986
  • Label: MCA
Changing Channels
  • Release date: 1987
  • Label: MCA
Plant Early
  • Release date: 1989
  • Label: MCA
Slide Rule
Restless on the Farm
Lookout for Hope105
The Best Kept Secret
  • Release date: September 20, 2005
  • Label: Koch
3
Glide
  • Release date: August 19, 2008
  • Label: Koch
469
Jerry Christmas
  • Release date: October 13, 2009
  • Label: Koch
7
Traveler
  • Release date: June 26, 2012
  • Label: Koch
1168329
What If
  • Release date: August 18, 2017
  • Label: Rounder
1

Compilations

TitleDetails
Everything Is Gonna Work Out Fine
  • Release date: 1987
  • Label: Rounder
  • Compilation of Fluxology (1979) and Fluxedo (1982) on one CD
Best of the Sugar Hill Years

Other recordings

With Alison Krauss or Alison Krauss and Union Station

From television series

The Transatlantic Sessions

Awards

Grammy Awards

Americana Music Association Awards

  • 2002 Instrumentalist of the Year
  • 2003 Instrumentalist of the Year
  • 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award for Instrumentalist

CMA Awards

  • 2002 Musician of the Year
  • 2005 Musician of the Year
  • 2007 Musician of the Year

IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association) Awards

  • 1990 Instrumental Performer of the Year – Dobro
  • 1991 Instrumental Performer of the Year – Dobro
  • 1992 Instrumental Album of the Year – Slide Rule, Jerry Douglas
  • 1992 Record Event of the Year – Slide Rule
  • 1992 Instrumental Performer of the Year – Dobro
  • 1993 Instrumental Performer of the Year – Dobro
  • 1994 Instrumental Album of the Year – Skip, Hop & Wobble; Douglas, Barenberg & Meyer
  • 1994 Instrumental Performer of the Year – Dobro
  • 1995 Instrumental Album of the Year – The Great Dobro Sessions; Mike Auldridge, Curtis Burch, Jerry Douglas, Josh Graves, Rob Ickes, Oswald Kirby, Stacy Phillips, Tut Taylor, Sally Van Meter, Gene Wooten
  • 1995 Record Event of the Year – The Great Dobro Sessions
  • 1995 Instrumental Performer of the Year – Dobro
  • 1997 Album of the Year – True Life Blues—The Songs of Bill Monroe; Sam Bush, Vassar Clements, Mike Compton, Jerry Douglas, Stuart Duncan, Pat Enright, Greg Garing, Richard Greene, David Grier, David Grisman, John Hartford, Bobby Hicks, Kathy Kallick, Laurie Lewis, Mike Marshall, Del McCoury, Ronnie McCoury, Jim Nunally, Scott Nygaard, Mollie O'Brien, Tim O'Brien, Alan O'Bryant, Herb Pedersen, Todd Phillips, John Reischman, Peter Rowan, Craig Smith, Chris Thile, Tony Trischka, Roland White
  • 1997 Record Event of the Year – True Life Blues—The Songs of Bill Monroe
  • 1997 Instrumental Album of the Year – Bluegrass Instrumentals, Volume 6; The Bluegrass Album Band
  • 2001 Album of the Year - "O' Brother, Where Art Thou" Soundtrack -Norman Blake, James Carter & The Prisoners, The Cox Family, Fairfield Four, Emmylou Harris, John Hartford, Chris Thomas King, Alison Krauss, Jerry Douglas, The Peasall Sisters, The Soggy Bottom Boys, Ralph Stanley, The Stanley Brothers, Gillian Welch, The Whites; Mercury/Lost Highway Records
  • 2001 Instrumental Performer of the Year – Dobro
  • 2002 Instrumental Performer of the Year – Dobro
  • 2003 Album of the Year – Alison Krauss + Union Station Live, Alison Krauss + Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas
  • 2003 Record Event of the Year – Will The Circle Be Unbroken Vol. III; Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Matraca Berg, Sam Bush, June Carter Cash, Johnny Cash, Vassar Clements, Iris DeMent, Rodney Dillard, Jerry Douglas, Glen Duncan, Vince Gill, Josh Graves, Jamie Hanna, Emmylou Harris, Taj Mahal, Jimmy Martin, Del McCoury, Robbie McCoury, Ronnie McCoury, Jonathan McEuen, The Nashville Bluegrass Band, Willie Nelson, Tom Petty, Tony Rice, Earl Scruggs, Randy Scruggs, Ricky Skaggs, Doc Watson, Richard Watson, Glenn Worf & Dwight Yoakam
  • 2015 Entertainer of the Year - The Earls of Leicester
  • 2015 Instrumental Group of the Year - The Earls of Leicester
  • 2015 Album of the Year - The Earls of Leicester, Jerry Douglas, producer
  • 2015 Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year - "Who Will Sing For Me" - The Earls of Leicester
  • 2015 Instrumental Recorded Performance of the Year - The Three Bells - Jerry Douglas, Mike Auldridge, Rob Ickes
  • 2015 Dobro Player of the Year - Jerry Douglas
  • 2016 Entertainer of the Year - The Earls of Leicester
  • 2016 Dobro Player of the Year - Jerry Douglas

National Endowment for the Arts

  • 2004 National Heritage Fellowship[5]

Country Music Hall of Fame

  • 2008 Artist in Residence[10]

Further reading

  • Humphrey, Mark. (1998). "Jerry Douglas". In The Encyclopedia of Country Music. Paul Kingsbury, Editor. New York: Oxford University Press. p. 151., ISBN 978-0195176087

References

  1. ^ Geoff Harrison (May 11, 2002). "An Interview with Jerry Douglas: Bluegrass for a New Century". Jambase.com. Archived from the original on May 19, 2013. Retrieved October 3, 2015.CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
  2. ^ "Welcome to the Official Jerry Douglas Website". Jerrydouglas.com. Archived from the original on January 26, 2016. Retrieved January 10, 2016.
  3. ^ "REVIEW: Jerry Douglas gives bluegrass the cordon bleu treatment". Cam Fuller, Saskatoon StarPhoenix, June 28, 2018
  4. ^ "Artist: Jerry Douglas". www.grammy.com. The Recording Academy. 2021. Retrieved January 3, 2021.
  5. ^ a b "Jerry Douglas: Dobro player". www.arts.gov. National Endowment for the Arts. n.d. Retrieved January 3, 2021.
  6. ^ "Bluegrass Heritage Foundation official website". 2016. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
  7. ^ "Robert Plant, Buddy Miller and Justin Townes Earle Win Big at 10th Annual Americana Honors & Awards Show". Americana Music. Archived from the original on January 14, 2016. Retrieved January 10, 2016.
  8. ^ / By Brittney McKenna (June 15, 2015). "Dispatches From The BGS Stage at Bonnaroo 2015". The Bluegrass Situation. Archived from the original on October 9, 2015. Retrieved January 10, 2016.
  9. ^ "The Earls Of Leicester". Rounder.com. August 18, 2014. Retrieved September 23, 2017.
  10. ^ "Artist-in-Residence: Jerry Douglas". Country Music Hall of Fame. Retrieved September 23, 2017.

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Awards
First
None recognized before
AMA Instrumentalist of the Year
2002
Succeeded by
Jerry Douglas
Preceded by
Jerry Douglas
AMA Instrumentalist of the Year
2003
Succeeded by
Will Kimbrough

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