Jim Keltner

James Lee "Jim" Keltner (born April 27, 1942) is an American drummer known primarily for his session work. He has contributed to the work of many well-known artists. Keltner is originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was characterized as "the leading session drummer in America" by Bob Dylan biographer Howard Sounes.


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The Tractors (album) - Track Listing
... Cale – guitar Joe Davis – saxophones Jim Keltner – drums Glen Mitchell – Hammond B–3 organ Bonnie Raitt – slide guitar Leon Russell – synthesizer "Fallin' Apart" (Ripley, Ron Getman ... organ Rich Brown – drums Mike Bruce – guitar Mark Bruner – guitar Jim Byfield – guitar J ... guitar Gary Cundiff – guitar Chuck DeWalt – drums Jim Edwards – guitar Richard Feldman – guitar Huey Flannery – guitar Ron Flynt – guitar Michael Garrett – guitar Gary Gilmore – guitar Stacey ...
Blue Virgin Isles - Personnel
... Ted Gärdestad - lead vocals, piano, guitar Jeff Porcaro - drums, percussion Jim Keltner - drums David Hungate - bass guitar Ray Brown - bass Bob Glaub - bass Jai Winding ... Victor Feldman - percussion Jerry Williams - percussion Hal Blaine - percussion Jim Keltner - percusscion Gary Coleman - percussion Al Hendrickson - ukulele, banjo Steve Porcaro ...
Jim Keltner - Career - 1990s To Present
... In the mid 1990s, Jim joined the London Metropolitan Orchestra on its recording of "An American Symphony", on the movie soundtrack for Mr Holland's Opus ... Later in the year, Keltner played in Concert For George, a tribute to Harrison a year following his death ... joining Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne for "Handle with Care." In 2008, Keltner appeared on Break up the Concrete by The Pretenders, on One Kind Favor by B ...