Lloyd was the premier Nashville session steel guitar man in the late 1960s and '70s.
He also released several very cool instrumental LPs. His "take no prisoners" approach on "The Hit Sounds Of Lloyd Green"
on Little Darlin'records changed the way steelers played the instrument. He was also featured on Paul McCartney's "Sally G" 45,
and on the Byrds "Sweetheart of The Rodeo" album.