Louie Shelton’s name could be unknown to many listeners, but his acoustic guitar work continues to be heard again and again by even casual popular music listeners because the mid-’60s. His profession as a program musician began using the Monkees, playing the unforgettable riffs on many of their recordings. (Keep in mind the awesome, rapid-fire, reverb-drenched single in “Valerie”?) He continued to try out on “I’D LIKE You Back again,” “ABC” and “I’M GOING TO BE There” for the Jackson 5, Boz Scaggs’ “Lowdown,” and “Summer season Air flow” and “Gemstone Young lady” with Seals & Crofts. He performed your guitar solos on pop smashes like Lionel Richie’s “Hello” and Neil Diamond’s “Play Me,” and documented with artists which range from Diana Ross, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, Gladys Knight, Barbra Streisand and Whitney Houston, towards the Partridge Family members, Artwork Garfunkel and Mama Cass Elliott. He created several albums aswell, especially for Seals & Crofts. In 1995, Shelton documented Guitar, an recording showcasing his wide-ranging acoustic guitar virtuosity and flexibility. Though it rocked harder than the majority of its peers, this documenting discovered airplay on soft and modern jazz radio when released in america in 1996. The follow-up, Popular & Spicy, released in Apr 1998, sounded just like a much more determined attempt to charm to that marketplace. Urban Culture adopted two years later on.