||Close to Dark CD (2007) |
Brandi Shearer discography Recording information: Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA; Market Street, Los Angeles, CA; Sound Factory, Los Angeles, CA.
Personnel: Brandi Shearer (guitar, acoustic guitar); Brandi Shearer (vocals); Ted Savarese (guitar); Victor Bellomo (trumpet, piano, Hammond b-3 organ); Larry Klein (organ, Wurlitzer organ, bass guitar); David Piltch, Richard Hammond (bass guitar); Dan Reiser (drums); Jim Campilongo, Willie Aron (guitar); Dean Parks (acoustic guitar); Danny Frankel (drums, percussion).
Audio Mixers: Helix Hadar; Larry Klein.
||Love Don't Make You Juliet CD (2009) |
Brandi Shearer songs Don't let the album art fool you -- this is a coffee shop jazz record, not an aggressive rock album like the cover shot suggests. Brandi Shearer has flirted with country and folk music in the past, but Love Don't Make You Juliet sits squarely within the Norah Jones realm, full of smoky-sultry vocals and cocktail hour influence. There are occasional diversions, of course; "Lovers and Freaks" takes root in the intersection of rock & roll and Southern blues, its chorus sounding something like Alannah Myles covering Ann Wilson, while ballads like "I Just Want You to Love Me" are more indebted to adult contemporary pop. Shearer's vocals link everything back to her jazz background, however, and the presence of producer Craig Street -- the knob-twiddler behind Norah Jones' Come Away with Me, perhaps the most visible contemporary jazz album of the ...
||Music Of A Saturday Night CD (2003) |
Brandi Shearer CD discography Track Listing of songs: When You Wake Up; You're Mine; All I Have Left; In the Dark; After You're Gone; Lullabies; No Sorrow; Tinder; Hard Luck; Black Water Rising;
||Sycamore CD (2004) |
Brandi Shearer albums Track Listing of songs: Can You Hear Me; I'm Dead; Portrait; I Don't Love You; I've Had Enough; You Can't Get Home That Way; Monster in Love; Marry Me; To L.A.; Harvest; Would You Care to Dance;
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||Almost Christmas CD (2008) |
Brandi Shearer CD discography A Christmas record with a country flair by country/jazz guitarist Jim Campilongo and friends. Featuring Bobby Black - pedal steel guitar and vocal, Chris Kee - upright bass and vocal, Ken Owen - drums.
Personnel: Jim Campilongo (guitar); Bobby Black (vocals, pedal steel guitar); Dave Boat, Johnny Dilks, Kurt Stevenson, Brandi Shearer (vocals); Chris Kee (upright bass); Ken Owen (drums).
Audio Mixer: Paul Lamb.
||Seducing the 60's CD (2007) |
Brandi Shearer albums Joe Goldmark takes some of his favorite '60s rock tunes and lovingly tinges them with a soulful, country sound. Vocals are provided by new Amoeba Records artist Brandi Shearer, the versatile Bart Davenport, and "the real deal," Gary Claxton. Special gues
Personnel: Gary Wayne Claxton, Bart Davenport, Brandi Shearer (vocals); Garth Webber (guitar, background vocals); Jim Campilongo, John McFee (guitar); Marc Baum (saxophone); Steve Campos (trumpet); John Gove ...
||Gypsy Rumble CD (2008) |
Brandi Shearer music CDs French guitarist Stephane Wrembel clearly emulates fellow countryman and musician Django Reinhardt. Yet Wrembel's Reinhardt-influenced playing doesn't lose charm for its easy-to-spot inspiration. Instead, GYPSY RUMBLE, recorded with Wrembel's trio and special guest David Grisman on mandolin, fuses the gypsy jazz of Reinhardt with various world music influences and postmodern flourishes in fresh and exciting ways. The album comes highly recommended to fans of Reinhardt, gypsy music, ...
Brandi Shearer Songs
Popular or famous Brandi Shearer music songs: I Don't Love You, When You Wake Up, All I Have Left, You're Mine, I've Had Enough, Lullabies, Livewire. More music songs Yes Yes Yes, Pink Lady, Animal, When the Word Gets Out, Losers and Freaks, No Sorrow, Portrait, That's How You'll Know. More music songs Blue Christmas, Can You Hear Me, Would You Care To Dance?, How Glad I Am, Helpless. See All Songs
|Member Name||Worked With|
|Dean Parks||Michael Jackson, Steely Dan, Barbra Streisand, Joe Sample, Josh Groban, Billy Joel, B.B. King, Kenny Loggins, Michael Buble, Neil Diamond|
|Larry Klein||Joni Mitchell, Don Henley, Peter Gabriel, Tracy Chapman, Julia Fordham, Freddie Hubbard, Kenny Loggins, Mary Black, Bruce Cockburn, Thomas Dybdahl|
|David Piltch||Holly Cole, K.D. Lang, Joe Henry, Dave Alvin, Holly Cole Trio, Dave Koz, Billy Bragg, Eddi Reader, Mose Allison, India Arie|
|Michael Jerome||Richard Thompson, Charlie Musselwhite, Better Than Ezra, Course Of Empire, Ana Egge, Steve Forbert, Alyssa Graham, Shelby Lynne, Ben Ottewell, Po' Girl|
|Dan Reiser||Norah Jones, Seamus Blake, Stephan Crump, Me'Shell Ndege'Ocello, Spirit Music And Media, Teddy Thompson, Noe Venable, Martha Wainwright, Peter Wolf|
|Glenn Patscha||Ollabelle, Ryan Adams, Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, Levon Helm, Lizz Wright, Dave Alvin, Clarence Bucaro, Cubanismo, Brian Cullman, Jeremy Davenport|
|Jim Campilongo||Jim Campilongo & The 10 Gallon Cats, Joe Goldmark, Little Willies, Patrick Conway, April Cope, Michael Shelley, Teddy Thompson, Cake, Dave Gleason's Wasted Days|
|Danny Frankel||Dirty Heads, Bebel Gilberto, K.D. Lang, Victoria Williams, Aoede, Fiona Apple, Steven Bernstein, Brazzaville, Levi Chen, Nels Cline|
|Ivan Julian||Elton John, Matthew Sweet, Capsula, Richard Hell, Susanna Hoffs, Jesse Malin, Ramones, Sonny Vincent, Clash|
|Gaby Moreno||Rusty Anderson, Keith Caputo, Ricardo Arjona, Spencer Day, Hugh Laurie|
|Toshi Reagon||Morley, Lizz Wright, Me'Shell Ndege'Ocello, Boyd Tinsley, Casselberry-Du Pree, Chris Harford & The First Rays Of The New Rising Sun, Songs Featured, Sweet Honey In The Rock|
|Richard Hammond||Linda Eder, H.D.Q., Judy Kuhn, Leatherface, Tom Mcrae, Raul Midon, Roswell Rudd, Stephen Michael Schwartz, Debbie Deane|
|Brandi Shearer||Joe Goldmark, Stephane Wrembel|
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