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Amos Garrett (born November 26, 1941 in Detroit, Michigan, USA) is an American-Canadian musician, performer, and author. He holds dual citizenship and was raised in Toronto and Montreal.<ref name="Stony">"Amos Garrett - Biography", Stony Plain Records official website, accessed 30 March 2010</ref> He is best known for his guitar solo on Maria Muldaur's recording "Midnight at the Oasis".<ref name="Stony"/>

Over the course of his career, Garrett has recorded with more than 150 artists, ranging from Stevie Wonder, Todd Rundgren and Pearls Before Swine to Emmylou Harris, Bonnie Raitt and Martin Mull.<ref name="Stony"/><ref name="meldisc">"Amos Garrett Discography", Amos Garrett's official website, accessed 30 March 2010</ref> He can be heard on Anne Murray's chart-topping rendition of "Snowbird".<ref name="Stony"/> Guitarist Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin stated Amos Garrett as one of his favorite American guitar players in a 1975 Rolling Stone interview.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref>


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Amos Garrett (born November 26, 1941 in Detroit, Michigan, USA) is an American-Canadian musician, performer, and author. He holds dual citizenship and was raised in Toronto and Montreal.<ref name="Stony">"Amos Garrett - Biography", Stony Plain Records official website, accessed 30 March 2010</ref> He is best known for his guitar solo on Maria Muldaur's recording "Midnight at the Oasis".<ref name="Stony"/>

Over the course of his career, Garrett has recorded with more than 150 artists, ranging from Stevie Wonder, Todd Rundgren and Pearls Before Swine to Emmylou Harris, Bonnie Raitt and Martin Mull.<ref name="Stony"/><ref name="meldisc">"Amos Garrett Discography", Amos Garrett's official website, accessed 30 March 2010</ref> He can be heard on Anne Murray's chart-topping rendition of "Snowbird".<ref name="Stony"/> Guitarist Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin stated Amos Garrett as one of his favorite American guitar players in a 1975 Rolling Stone interview.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref>


Amos Garrett sections
Intro  Biography  Other endeavours  Discography  See also  References  External links  

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