Honest Dollar (1992)
If legendary American rockers NRBQ would issue an album of songs as wistful and infectious as Honest Dollar's opener "Ridin' in My Car," they would be huge stars. But then they wouldn't be NRBQ, the band for which repetition and ...
Riding In My Car (1999)
Most of RIDIN' IN MY CAR was originally released as ALL HOPPED UP.
RIDIN' IN MY CAR, while not a reissue of the band's ALL HOPPED UP, encompasses nearly the whole of that album (minus two songs), plus an additional four ...
Music's Been Good To You (2002)
This single-CD compilation includes a dozen-and-a-half previously unearthed live and studio nuggets spanning nearly three decades of the New Rhythm and Blues Quartet [read: NRBQ]. Even though these cuts are geared towards the avid enthusiast, there is plenty of evidence ...
Talking Revolution (2005)
Personnel: Al Anderson, Mikey Chung (guitars); Keith Sterling, Robert Lyn (keyboards); Robbie Shakespeare (bass guitar); Lowell "Sly" Dunbar (drums); Noel "Scully" Simms (percussion); Word Sound & Power.
||Us Air Force Band of the West Sky Country|
Track Listing: Should've Asked Her Faster; That's How You Know; Amy's Back In Austin; Song Remembers When; Halls of Love; Mi Vida Loca; Stay Forever; Better Things To Do; Bubba Hyde; When You Say Nothing At All; When Love Finds ...
||Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes|
Cosmic Funk (1974)
All songs written by Lonnie Liston Smith except "Footprints" (Wayne Shorter), "Sais (Egypt)" (Mtume) and "Naima" (John Coletrane).
24-bit. Digitally Remastered. BMG.
Full performer name: Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes.
Personnel: Lonnie Liston Smith (piano, electric piano, percussion); Donald Smith (vocals, ...
Vintage Series: Pat Kelly (2000)
An invigorating compilation by Pat Kelly, an obvious devotee of Curtis Mayfield -- seven of the 19 tracks are Mayfield compositions. The Mayfield songs' boast two versions of "You'll Want Me Back" aka "You Don't Care," and his eerie rendition ...
Uncommon Denominators (1986)
UNCOMMON DENOMINATORS collects 21 songs from each of NRBQ's albums, beginning with SCRAPS and continuing up through TAPDANCIN' BATS (excepting AT YANKEE STADIUM). Also included are a rare B-side and the set's only cover, "People." The compilation proves again that ...
Songs From The Night Before (1989)
His first solo album, it portrays the eclectic character of Koller's colorful insights and his balance of troubling observations, hard-eyed irony and sentimental yearnings. "Life as We Knew It" recalls a friendlier, slower America, while "This Hell We Created" and ...
Personnel: Gary Pine (vocals); Al Yasha Anderson (guitar); Glen DaCosta (saxophone); Earl Lindo (organ); Keith Sterling (keyboards); Darrell Rose (percussion); Joanne Williams (background vocals).
The Wailers: Gary Pine (vocals); Al Anderson (guitar); Glen DaCosta (saxophone); Vincent Gordon (trombone); Keith Sterling (keyboards); ...
She Sings, They Play (1985)
From the opening Roche Sisters-sounding "Things To You," it is apparent that this is going to be an eclectic album. Davis' "Everybody Wants A Cowboy"--all twang and drawl, and tongue-in-cheek--is a humorous response to the commercialization of country artists. She ...
||Jerry Lee Lewis|
Young Blood (1995)
YOUNGBLOOD is Jerry Lee Lewis' first new studio album in 14 years, and on it he has surrounded himself with a bevy of surefire songwriters and supporting players, all recorded by a producer (Andy Paley) that understands the Killer's need ...
Mike Walker (2001)
Dreamworks puts in its bid to replace the supposedly retiring Garth Brooks with Walker, a classic country interpreter who does sweet, syrupy ballads and twangy rockers with equal aplomb. He illustrates this facility late in the tracking when he follows ...
Track Listing: P.'s and Q.'s; Have Faith in Jah; Love One Another; Chasing Tomorrow; One One Coco; Children of the World; Life Goes On; Rice and Peas; Solution; Irie; Love Is Forever; Reggae Love;
Lucky Day (1974)
Lucky Day is an important 15-song live document of Jonathan Edwards' music, recorded at what was a wonderfully intimate little venue in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA, the late, lamented Performance Center. This perfect live show is enhanced by the presence ...
||Stacy Dean Campbell|
Hurt City (1995)
Recorded at Westwood Sound Studio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Personnel: Stacy Dean Campbell (vocals).
Personnel: Stacy Dean Campbell (vocals); Verlon Thompson (acoustic guitar); Kenny Greenberg (acoustic & electric guitars); John Jorgenson, Brent Mason, Al Anderson (electric guitar); Dan Dugmore (steel guitar); Rob Hajacos (fiddle); ...
||U.S. Army Field Band|
Track Listing: Opener/Crazy Horse; My Kinda Girl; Unbelievable; My Father's Eyes; Impression That I Get; As Long As You Love Me; Misty; Jump Jive 'N' Wail; Something That We Do; Hold Me Now; Highlights From Phantom of the Opera; Pledge ...
I'm Not So Tough (1999)
Taking a bit of a cue from Faith Hill and Shania Twain, Mindy McCready shoots for the crossover adult contemporary audience with her third album, I'm Not So Tough. She doesn't take things quite as far as either Faith or ...
||Bob Marley & Wailers|
Digitally remastered by Ted Jensen (2001, Sterling Sound, New York, New York).
Bob Marley generated a staggering number of great records during his brief time in the world's spotlight. Although he cut his first recordings in the early 1960s, it was ...
Live And Dangerous: Boston 1976 (2001)
Recorded live in Cambridge, Massachusetts on November 26, 1976. Includes liner notes by Herbie Miller.
This concert was recorded live on November 26, 1976, at the end of Tosh's first American tour. Concentrating on material from his Legalize It album (though, ...
Live!: Live At The Lyceum (1975)
Additional personnel includes: Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt, Marcia Griffiths (background vocals).
Nobody who likes music could fail to be emotionally moved by this album, and not just because Marley is no longer with us. It was a special live treat before ...
||T. Graham Brown|
Original Artist Hit List (2003)
Recording information: Marshall Morgan Studio (The Dog House), Nashville, TN (05/1998-06/1998); Omni Studio (05/1998-06/1998); Sound Emporium, Nashville, TN (05/1998-06/1998).
Personnel: Lee Roy Parnell (guitar); James Pennebaker (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, gut-string guitar); Kenny Greenberg (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Al Anderson (acoustic ...
One Love-very Best (2001)
Digitally remastered by Ted Jensen (February 2001, Sterling Sound, New York, New York).
Released on the 20th anniversary of Bob Marley's death, ONE LOVE is a more expansive cross-section of this music titan's recorded legacy. Supplanting LEGEND, (a greatest hits disc ...
Rastaman Vibration (1976)
RASTAMAN VIBRATION's burlap-esque jacket design couldn't be more appropriate packaging-this is a load of Natty knowledge delivered in simple, raw fashion. And there's a real beauty in the weave. This 1976 release finds Bob dropping ever more lyrics on human ...
Where Your Road Leads (1998)
All tracks have been digitally mastered using HDCD technology.
WHERE YOUR ROAD LEADS was nominated for a 1999 Grammy for Best Country Album.
"There Goes My Baby" was nominated for a 1999 Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. "Where Your Road ...