||Dream You CD (1993) |
Rich Alves music CDs Basically a party album, it contains songs like "Save the Wild Life," "Pop from the Top," "The Night They Rocked the Grand Ole Opry," and a full-tilt cover of Hank Thompson's "The Wild Side of Life." ~ Brian Mansfield
Additional personnel includes: John Wesley Ryles, Biff Watson, Curtis Young.
Recorded at Javelina Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.
Personnel: Bill McCorvey, Rich Alves (vocals, guitar); Dean Townson (vocals); Pat Severs (steel guitar, lap steel guitar, dobro, banjo); Jimmy Lowe, Jim Lowe (drums, percussion).
Audio Mixers: John Hampton; Skidd Mills.
Recording information: Javelina Studios.
Photographer: Ron Keith.
Pirates Of The Mississippi: Bill McCorvey, Rich Alves (guitar, vocals); Pat Severs (steel guitar, lap steel guitar, banjo, dobro); Dean Townson (bass, vocals); Jimmy Lowe (drums, percussion).
||Paradise CD (1995) |
Rich Alves albums Recording information: 16th Avenue Sound; LOUD Recording; Sound Emprium; Sound Stage Studios, Nashville, TN; Tennessee.
Pirates Of The Mississippi: Bill McCorvey (vocals, electric guitar); Rich Alves (electric guitar, vocals); Dean Townson (bass, vocals); Jimmy Lowe (drums).
Personnel: Rich Alves (vocals, guitar); Dean Townson (vocals, bass guitar); Bill McCorvey (vocals); Larry Byrom (acoustic guitar); ...
||Street Man Named Desire CD (1992) |
Rich Alves CD discography "Street Man Named Desire" may not be the most clear-cut metaphor given the phrase's origins, but if you're going to make literary allusions, you can do worse than Tennessee Williams. While that's the title tune, the Allman and Doobie Brothers influences in the instrumental "Mystery Ship" tell more about the band -- namely, that they're a tamed biker band. The Pirates are good-natured renegades, but ...