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Bradley's Beat is a single by Richard D. James under the alias Bradley Strider. It was the first release on Rephlex Records. Several pressings of the single exist, although all three have the same A-sides, the B-sides vary on the first two pressings and the third pressing has a grooveless B-side. -wikipedia
For much of the picture, live shows by Willie Nelson and his Family Band were recorded before audiences filled with lucky fans who had won the chance to be “extras” in radio giveaways. They were real concerts, with real audiences, filmed to be part of a road movie about a fictional artist. The recording engineer for the movie music and the soundtrack album was Bradley Hartman, who had been with Brian Ahern's Enactron Studios for a few years. He had recorded and mixed Stardust, as well as other Nelson projects during the mid-1970s.(Barbara Schultz - Mix Magazine, 2006)
By the time Oliver Nelson and his big band had recorded Fantabulous in March of 1964 for Argo, the great composer, saxophonist, conductor, and arranger was a man about town in New York. He had released some truly classic dates of his own as a leader in smaller group forms – Blues and the Abstract Truth and Full Nelson among them – and had done arrangement work for everyone from Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis and Johnny Hodges, Nancy Wilson, Frank Wess, King Curtis, Etta Jones, Jimmy Smith, Jack Teagarden, Betty Carter, Billy Taylor, and Gene Ammons, to name more than a few. For Fantabulous, he took his working big band to Chicago for a gig sponsored by Daddy-O-Daylie, a famous local disc jockey.