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Born William Leon McAuliffe in Houston in 1917, he started playing both acoustic and steel guitar at 14, and quickly joined the Waikiki Strummers, a Hawaiian-style group, on the latter instrument in 1931. In 1933, he joined the early Western swing band the Light Crust Doughboys, and found a major influence in Milton Brown's steel guitarist Bob Dunn, who taught him how to electrically amplify his instrument. In 1935, he moved on to the Texas Playboys, who would soon become the premier Western swing band in existence . Leon McAuliffe Steel Guitar Rag. Leon McAuliffe And Cimarron Boys - Take it Away, Leon. Leon McAuliffe - Texarkana Baby.
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Leon McAuliffe (January 3, 1917 – August 20, 1988), born William Leon McAuliffe, was an American Western swing musician from Houston, Texas. He is famous for his steel guitar solos with Bob Wills and The Texas Playboys, inspiring Wills's phrase, "Take it away, Leon. As a member of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, McAuliffe was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1999 in the early influences category. Townsend, San Antonio Rose, p. 42: "McAuliffe, who was with Wills from March, 1935, to December, 1942, is one of the most distinguished artists in the history of western swing. Townsend, San Antonio Rose,p. 99: There are authorities, McAuliffe among them, who believe this recording and the subsequent use of the instrument in Wills's organization played the leading role in making the steel guitar popular in American music.
|A1||Take It Away, Leon||1:17|
|A2||In The Mood||2:42|
|A3||My Blue Heaven||2:29|
|A4||This Is The Southland||2:16|
|A5||When The Saints Go Marching In||2:29|
|B1||Twin Fiddle Rag||2:10|
|B2||Sittin' On Top Of The World||3:15|
|B4||Steel Guitar Polka||2:14|
|B5||Steel Guitar Rag||2:59|
|B6||The One Rose||2:00|
- Bass – Buck Henson
- Clarinet – Eddie Hurd
- Drums – Smoky Dacus
- Fiddle – Bob White , Keith Coleman
- Piano – Clyde Brewer
- Steel Guitar – Leon McAuliffe
- Vibraphone – Gene Meyers