||Forthemasses CD (2004)
Daryle Swann discography Audio Mixers: OPM; Steve Gallagher ; Daryle Swann.
Photographers: Chapman Baehler; Sean Murphy.
Guests: Richter (Kottonmouth Kings),Eek-A-Mouse,Yellowman
OPM: Geoff Turney (guitar, bass guitar); John E. (Wurlitzer piano); Big B.
Personnel: Big B (vocals, whistling); John E. (vocals, guitar, piano, Wurlitzer organ, keyboards, programming); Daryle Swann (vocals, programming); Pamela Williams, Yellowman (vocals); Geoff (guitar, organ, programming); Steve Fox (guitar, programming); Keefus (piano, Moog synthesizer); Jonathan Williams (Clavinet, Farfisa, ARP synthesizer, Oberheim synthesizer); Roger Joseph Manning, Jr. (keyboards, synthesizer); Stan Frazier (congas, shaker, percussion); Michael Beinhorn (tambourine, percussion); Steve Gallagher (programming).
Additional personnel: Cory Bookman (trumpet); Phil Katz (trombone); Steve ...
||Sabotage CD (1998) |
Daryle Swann albums Audio Mixers: Ian Boxill; Kevin "KD" Davis; Jean-Marie Horvat.
Personnel: Free-Sty-Lee, Mr. Chocolate, A-Sharp, My People's People, L.O.H., Trigga, Barbara Wilson, Boss Hog (vocals); Daryle Swann (guitar); Brian Paramore (keyboards); Byrd (background vocals).
||Dirty Child CD (2002)
Daryle Swann CD discography First exposed to the public via contributions to the soundtracks for BRIDGET JONES (the bossa nova/funk hybrid "Love") and SHALLOW HAL (an Edie Brickell-ish "Afterlife"), former A&R scout-turned-musician Rosey unloads with her genre-defying debut DIRTY CHILD. Possessing a breathy alto that falls somewhere between Rickie Lee Jones and Fiona Apple and a penchant for funk not unlike fellow soul sister Nikka Costa, it's not surprising this bi-coastal phenom refers to her style as urban rock & roll. Aided by Macy Gray producer Darryl Swann, Rosey easily switches gears from the soaring and Bowie-esque "Beautiful" and lo-fi blues shuffle "My Baby" to the harder-hitting, beat-heavy groovefest "Like A ...