Artist: Freddie Waters. Album: A Salute to the Weeks Sisters. Freddie Waters - The Gospel Train 02:02. Freddie Waters - He Touched Me 03:39. Freddie Waters: best 2 tracks. Freddie Waters - The Gospel Train A Salute to the Weeks Sisters, 2009 02:02. Freddie Waters - He Touched Me A Salute to the Weeks Sisters, 2009 03:39. Artist: Freddie Waters.
Roger Waters's primary instrument is the electric bass guitar. He briefly played a Höfner bass but replaced it with a Rickenbacker RM-1999/4001S, until around 1970 when he switched to Fender Precision basses. He often plays bass using a pick but is also known to play fingerstyle. Not only a bassist and vocalist, Waters has experimented with the EMS Synthi A and VCS 3 synthesisers and has played electric rhythm and acoustic guitars in recordings and in concert.
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Freddie Waters began his musical career in Nashville Tennessee in the mid 1960s as lead singer for a vocal group called the Hytones. They were featured regulars on a legendary television show called "The Night Train" (the earliest known footage of Jimi Hendrix was also on this show). Through this exposure they were discovered by producer/arranger Robert Holmes. He produced a couple of obscure 45s (on a small Excello subsidiary) for them and then was hired as arranger for Ted Jarrett's Ref-O-Ree label. The first single release "I'm Afraid To Let You Into My Life" was a regional hit and was soon followed by an album "Just Enough To Get Me Cool". Freddie was still bubbling just below the surface, unable to break through to the top. As the 1980s dawned, Freddie Waters, Ted Jarrett and Robert Holmes all returned to what they did best.