Greg Leisz Discography
Associated with: Dave Alvin
, Bill Frisell
, Matthew Sweet
, Lucinda Williams
, Joni Mitchell
, Brian Mcknight
, K.D. Lang
, Ryan Adams
, Heather Myles
, Vonda Shepard
, Sheryl Crow
, Joe Cocker
, Ben Harper
, Natalie Merchant
, Pam Tillis
, Paula Cole
, Chuck Prophet
, Fernando Ortega
, Tiger Army
, Peter Case
, John Wesley Harding
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Taming the Tiger (1998)
Arguably Mitchell's best studio recording since MINGUS, TAMING THE TIGER picks up where TURBULENT INDIGO left off, but there's a notable progression, both musical and lyrical. The biggest reason may be Mitchell's grasping of the production reins. Gone are the ...
The solo debut of the former member of Dog's Eye View presents a mainstream singer/songwriter, sensitive but with some straight-ahead rock guts. Stuart has opened for Counting Crows, whose Adam Duritz sings backing vocals on "Propeller Girl," and it's easy ...
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 ...
Homemade Blood (1997)
Musical trends had finally caught up with Chuck Prophet by the time of 1997's HOMEMADE BLOOD, the Northern California singer/songwriter fourth solo album following the dissolution of his seminal '80s roots-rock band Green On Red. The then-new alt-country scene trumpeted ...
Greatest Hits (1977)
GREATEST HITS collects some of the best from the British pop-rock vocalist Joe Cocker, whose blues-drenched gravelly voice works wonderfully on such tunes as "You Are So Beautiful" and "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood," which are included here among others.
Another Long Story (2003)
Another Long Story is a classy and beautifully rendered collection of singer/songwriter tunes that deserves to be embraced by Americana fans. It was belatedly released in the States nearly four years after it's completion, and a few years after it ...
Tourism (Songs from Studios, Stages, Hotelrooms & Other Strange Places) (1992)
||Bonus Tracks; Remastered
Track Listing: How Do You Do!; Fingertips; Look, The; Heart Shaped Sea; Rain; Keep Me Waiting; It Must Have Been Love; Cinnamon Street; Never is a Long Time; Silver Blue; Here Comes the Weekend; So Far Away; Come Back; Things ...
I Can See the Future (2012)
Far removed from the bluesy and jazzy, angular, noir-filled haze that hovered over much of 2009's Artificial Fire, 2012's I Can See the Future finds the Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter grappling with the speed of life with a newfound grace and ...
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 ...
Le Cour d'un Homme (2007)
Johnny Hallyday was France's first homegrown rock & roll star, embracing the sound and style of Elvis Presley and translating it for the Gallic audience. Hallyday scored his first hit record in 1960, and 2007's Le Coeur d'un Homme ("The ...
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;
Once More With Feeling (1993)
While Rosie Flores' music can certainly flirt with country, it's married to the more general sound of Americana. Drawing on rockabilly, '60s garage band pop, and California-style big guitar country-rock, Flores' makes her music her own with her unique voice ...
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 ...
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 ...
Despite what Universal would have you believe by placing a phony copyright date on the back of the CD, singer, songwriter, and actor Waylon Payne's album The Drifter was originally released in 2004. The label subsequently and unceremoniously dumped him ...
Blue Blvd (1991)
Dave Alvin's second release is a bit more relaxed and confident than his debut (ROMEO'S ESCAPE). He still sings about heartbreak, loneliness and the small sad dramas of the working class with the vision of a short story writer (an ...
Lucky One (2000)
Before recording this solo album Christy McWilson was a key member of Seattle's critically lauded band The Picketts, over the course of their releases demonstrating herself to be a writer and performer of considerable talents. Her singing and songwriting is ...
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 ...
All Hat (2008)
All Hat is the soundtrack to the 2007 Leonard Farlinger film of the same name. Based on the brilliant novel by Brad Smith (who also wrote the screenplay), Farlinger's film is set in Ontario and involves an ex-baseball playing ex-con, ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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, ...
DRAG is one more inspired nail in the coffin of Lang's image as a neo-country singer. On the heels of 1995's electronic/dance-oriented ALL YOU CAN EAT, DRAG purports to be a concept album, with all the songs thematically linked by ...
Reap the Whirlwind (1994)
Recorded at Metronome Recording Studios, Encino, California; Entourage Recording Studios, North Hollywood, California; Cherokee Recording Studios, Los Angeles, California.
Personnel: Carla Olson (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars); Mark Lindsay (vocals); Todd Wolfe, George Callins (guitar); Jim Lacey-Baker (guitar, slide guitar); Greg ...
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