Greg Leisz Discography
Associated with: Dave Alvin
, Bill Frisell
, Matthew Sweet
, Lucinda Williams
, K.D. Lang
, Joni Mitchell
, Brian Mcknight
, Ryan Adams
, Heather Myles
, Vonda Shepard
, Joe Cocker
, Ben Harper
, Natalie Merchant
, Paula Cole
, Rosie Flores
, Chuck Prophet
, Fernando Ortega
, Tiger Army
, Peter Case
, John Wesley Harding
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||John Wesley Harding|
John Wesley Harding's New Deal (1996)
Four years passed since John Wesley Harding's previous long-player, and it seems he spent the time "growing up" a bit, shaking once and for all the image of Elvis Costello's smart-ass kid brother. John Wesley Harding's New Deal (the title ...
||Jimmie Dale Gilmore|
Braver Newer World (1996)
Much as Emmylou Harris did on WRECKING BALL, progressive-country crooner Jimmie Dale Gilmore has expanded his sonic palette to encompass a broader range of styles. On BRAVER NEWER WORLD, Gilmore taps his professed love of rock and pop music to ...
I Don't Mind (2001)
STILL is the power-pop/rock-pop creative focus of Alaskan-born and Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Wade Biery, and "I don't mind" is the second CD released under the "STILL" name.
With guitar-based pop leanings similar to "XTC" or "Del Amitri" meshed with rock's energy ...
Who's Gonna Go Your Crooked Mile? (2004)
Peter Case has been consistently making great records since the Plimsouls first went into a recording studio in 1980, and while his solo albums for Vanguard Records haven't received the same degree of attention as his first two sets for ...
See You on the Moon (2010)
Tift Merritt has become unexpectedly (and thankfully) prolific since she signed with Fantasy Records in 2008, after going four years without releasing a record. See You on the Moon is her third album in as many years, and from the ...
||John Wesley Harding|
Why We Fight (1992)
After a recording alliance with producer Andy Paley spawned John Wesley Harding's first two studio albums for Sire, the singer/songwriter had suffered more Elvis Costello comparisons than anyone should have to endure. While such assessments were largely due to the ...
Have gimbri, will travel might be Hakmoun's motto. He's a master of the instrument, a kind of North African bass with steel strings, and during his time living in the U.S., he's become versed in many musical forms, and open ...
||Grant Lee Buffalo|
JUBILEE finds Grant Lee Buffalo updating their lush trademark sound, injecting it with even more adrenaline without sacrificing any of the sincerity of 1994's MIGHTY JOE MOON. Their great big sound has gotten even bigger, bringing with it the control ...
Kate Gaffney has been touring in support of her most recently released album, The Coachman, a record that has garnered national raves. Produced by Barrie Maguire (The Wallflowers, Natalie Merchant, Amos Lee), The Coachman includes contributions from several esteemed musicians, ...
Spinning The Circle (2007)
Recording information: Castle Oaks Studios, Calabasas, CA (12/15/2007-12/16/2007).
Photographer: Jeff Gauthier.
Personnel: David Witham (accordion, piano, keyboards); David Witham; Nels Cline (electric guitar); Jay Anderson (bass instrument); Greg Leisz (lap steel guitar); Jon Crosse (alto flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, soprano saxophone, tenor ...
Best of the Hightone Years (2008)
Dave Alvin first became known as the songwriter and lead guitarist for the Blasters, working alongside his vocalist brother, Phil. After Dave left the band, he embarked on a fruitful, Grammy-winning solo career, expanding on his love of Americana and ...
Upfront And Down Low (2007)
To his credit, Thompson doesn't attempt to inhabit the down-home roots to which these tunes are tethered. Instead, he maintains his own cool, folky vocal style and gives the songs new life via sharp, imaginative arrangements. In this way, Ernest ...
Blue Blvd/Museum of Heart (2012) Top Seller
At his best, Dave Alvin delivers clear-eyed and finely realized blue-collar roots rock narratives that work in the same territory as Bruce Springsteen and Steve Earle, although purposely less anthemic, with a dose of Tom Waits' love of lost souls ...
Naked Ride Home (2002)
Fernando Pullum (trumpet); Jeff Young (piano, Wurlitzer piano, Hammond B-3 organ, synthesizer, background vocals); Mauricio Lewak (drums, cajon); Luis Conte (percussion); Marc Cohn, Alethea Mills, Chavonne Morris, Jimmy Burney, Kipp Lennon, Jennifer Gross, Jeff Young (background vocals).
The title of Jackson ...
Invincible Summer (2000)
Since abandoning the neo-country sound cultivated on her first three albums, K.D. Lang has spent the new few albums in chanteuse mode, poking around in a playland of sophisticated pop. On 2000's INVINCIBLE SUMMER, the Canadian songbird looks to a ...
THE INTERCONTINENTALS was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary World Music Album.
When does a jazz record stop being a jazz record? When it replaces the ding-ding-de-ding of the trap player's ride cymbal with a calabash and shaker ...
Single Odessey (2001)
Additional personnel includes: Mitch Easter (guitar, flute, organ, synthesizer, bass, drums); Greg Leisz (guitar, pedal steel guitar); Matthew Sweet, David Gibbs (guitar, background vocals); Wes Lachot, Lynn Blakey (piano).
Recorded between 1990 and 2000. Includes liner notes by Rick Menck.
A 20-track, ...
Christina Courtin (2009)
After serving as an occasional sideman for the likes of Ryan Adams, Yo-Yo Ma, and composer Osvaldo Golijov, Christina Courtin makes her solo debut with a batch of soft, jazz-influenced pop songs. The album's simple cover art -- a blue ...
Country for True Lovers (2003)
Eleni Mandell takes a different approach with this album, offering up a batch of gin-soaked, traditional honky tonk numbers that bring to mind previous singers like Brenda Lee, Connie Francis, and Patsy Cline. The introductory "Another Lonely Heart" has the ...
Great Escape (2006)
Recording information: Henson Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA.
Personnel: Ilse DeLange (vocals, background vocals); Lyle Workman, David E. Williams (guitar, electric guitar); John Shanks (guitar); Bruce Gaitsch (acoustic guitar); Wendy Melvoin (electric guitar); Greg Leisz (lap steel guitar); Neel Hammond, Caroline Campbell ...
In Reverse (1999)
Japanese edition features four bonus tracks: "Thunderstorm" (Demo), "Even From My Eyes" (Demo), "Yes" (Demo), and "Day in the Sun" (Demo).
Matthew Sweet quietly spent most of the '90s carrying the power-pop torch. On Sweet's seventh album, gifted eccentric Phil Spector ...
Tourism: Songs From Studios, Stages, Hotelrooms & Other Strange Places (1992)
Mostly recorded live, much of Tourism, a worthy compilation of hits, misses, and new cuts, spotlights how strong an act they are even without the benefit of studio production. From the lead song, "How Do You Do!," a perfectly presented ...
Feeling Mortal (2013)
Track Listing: Feeling Mortal; Mama Stewart; Bread for the Body; You Don't Tell Me What to Do; Stairway to the Bottom; Just Suppose; Castaway; My Heart Was the Last One to Know; One You Chose, The; Ramblin' Jack;
Next Hundred Years (1994)
The Gold Disc release of THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS contains one bonus track, recorded for a film soundtrack, which was not on the original (1994) release of the album.
1994 found Ted Hawkins breaking through to his largest audience yet with ...
Seven Angels on a Bicycle (2006)
On her debut solo album after three duo records with Chip Taylor, singer/songwriter and fiddle player Carrie Rodriguez offers a mixture of her diverse musical background, which is rooted in Southwest country and blues styles but also boasts a sophistication ...
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