||13 CD (1998) |
A huge leap forward, this project was recorded in Los Angeles and produced by California's favorite son, Dave Alvin. Taking Red Meat to the next professional level, Alvin presents a band on the verge of a breakthrough. Still exhibiting the strong songwriting that made their debut, Meet Red Meat, so effective, the band is more refined and savvy without losing its edge. Sharper than ever, Red Meat prove themselves as they shuffle and twang their way through 13 great cuts. This time out, they even cover a Johnny Horton classic, "I'm a One Woman Man," with plenty of grace and style. Impressive as they stretch their wings, Red Meat adds plenty of torch to their tonk on "The ...
||Alameda County Line CD (2001) |
Red Meat CD discography Those familiar with the burgeoning country music scene in California are already well acquainted with Red Meat, San Francisco's premier honky-tonk outfit whose previous two albums burned up Gavin's Americana charts. Once again, they display a wide range
Recorded at Your Place Or Mine & Mine Location Recording, Glendale, California.
Red Meat: Scott Young (vocals, guitar, fiddle, trombone); Jill Olson (vocals, bass); Smelly Kelly (vocals); Michael Montalto (acoustic & electric guitars, accordion); Max Butler (acoustic & pedal steel guitars, mandolin, 6-string bass); Les James (drums, percussion).
||We Never Close CD (2007) |
Red Meat albums Red Meat's contribution to the Americana universe is to stoke the legendary fires of that old Bakersfield sound, as once done by Buck Owens and Merle Haggard. There are lots of hearty, fiery, twangy guitar leads that call to mind the leads of Don Rich, and there is a whole parcel of honky tonk soul on this record as well. You can also hear those sepia touches of the Stanleys or Carters, and one gets the sense that this group has absorbed their share of ...
||Live At the World's Smallest Honky Tonk CD (2010) |
Red Meat music CDs Red Meat's raucous live album with 26 tracks, recorded at the Cinema Bar in Los Angeles, Southern California's smallest and most devoted country music venue.
Recording information: Cinema Bar, Culver City, CA; Cinema Bar, Los Angeles.
Photographer: Owen Bly.
Personnel: Les James (vocals, drums); Smelley Kelley, Jill Olson (vocals); Michael Montalto (electric guitar).
Audio Mixer: Mark Linett.
||Meet Red Meat CD (1997) |
This debut is an exhilarating introduction to the Bay Area honky tonk scene from the band leading the pack, Red Meat. Proud of the heritage they are carrying into the next millennium, Red Meat makes no bones about their affinity for Buck Owens, Don Rich and the Bakersfield sound. "Highway of Heartaches" is one heck of a ride right down the middle of the old San Joaquin Valley in spirit and content. Texas swing is given a facelift as they dive into "Texas-Texas," while their ...
||Manifold CD |
The Beat Farmers' reunion album shows that they still are tight musicians, yet it lacks any standout songs, making Manifold an enjoyable genre exercise, but nothing more than that. ~ David Jehnzen
The Beat Farmers include: Country Dick Montana (vocals, drums); Joey Harris, Jerry Raney (guitar); Rolle Love (bass).
Personnel: Joey Harris (vocals, guitar, drums, percussion); Jerry Raney (vocals, guitar, percussion); Paul Kamanski (vocals, acoustic guitar); Country Dick Montana (vocals, Farfisa, drums, percussion); Red Meat (vocals); Dennis "Cannonball" Caplinger (banjo); Rolle Love (acoustic bass, electric bass); Phil ...
Red Meat Songs
Popular or famous Red Meat music songs: Lolita, Go on Home, Mr. Johnson, I'm Gonna Leave Here Shoutin', 14 Hours From Tulsa, Midwest Blues. More music songs Highway of Heartaches, High Maintenance Babe, Texas, Texas, Honky Tonk Habit, City Slicker, Memory of Your Smile. More music songs Girl With the Biggest Hair, Baby Beats Me The Best, Queen of King City, Thriftstore Cowgirl, Moonrock, Inner Redneck. More music songs I'm Not the Girl for You, Marie, Poverty Line. See All Songs
|Member Name||Worked With|
|Jill Olson||Michael Johnson, Kevin Kern, Mare Winningham|
|Dave Alvin||Blasters, Candye Kane, Billy Bacon And The Forbidden Pigs, Belinda Carlisle, Dave Alvin & The Guilty Women, John Doe, Big Sandy & His Flyrite Boys, Dave Alvin & the Guilty Men|
|Rick Shea||Dave Alvin, I See Hawks In L.A., Dave Insley, Heather Myles, Amy Farris, Goin' South Band, Pat Todd & The Rankoutsiders, Phil Tagliere|
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