||Chrome CD (2001)
Tim Coats discography He may sport a cowboy hat and operate out of Nashville, but the brand of country Trace Adkins plays owes little to tradition. Bolstered by a semi-hip-hop beat, the title tune "Chrome" is about as close as one might comfortably ...
||Any Old Time CD (2002) |
Tim Coats albums ANY OLD TIME was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Traditional Folk Album.
Jimmie Rodgers, the "Singing Brakeman" who helped invent country music as we know it today, was born in Meridian, Mississippi in the 1890s. Folk-rock singer/songwriter Steve ...
||Strange Names and New Sensations CD (2007) |
Tim Coats songs Some 30 years after having his career all but ruined by the curse of the "new Dylan" tag (see also: Loudon Wainwright III, Elliott Murphy, etc.), Steve Forbert has gracefully accepted the quirks of his checkered career on STRANGE NAMES ...
||Exchange CD (1999) |
Tim Coats music CDs Two bands on one disc.
Full performer name: Against All Authority/Criminals.
Against All Authority: Joe (vocals, guitar); Danny (vocals, bass); Tim (saxophone); Jeremy (trumpet); Spikey (drums).
The Criminals: Jesse Luscious (vocals); Zach Attack (guitar); Mike Sexxx (bass); Julie Thorn (drums).
Personnel: Jesse Luscious (vocals); ...
||Honey Songs CD (2008) |
Tim Coats CD discography At a time when what passes for wisdom in the music business suggests you should make an album and then milk it for all its worth for at least a couple years, Jim Lauderdale prefers to do things the old-fashioned ...
||All Fall Down CD (1998)
Tim Coats albums The follow-up to their debut album, Destroy What Destroys You, All Fall Down consists of more politicized ska-punk from Florida's Against All Authority. The band can get preachy at times, but the conviction on display here is refreshing. Ska purists ...
||Cadillac Jack's #1 Son CD (1998) |
Tim Coats discography In early 1998, roots-rocker Kevin Gordon released his first proper full-length, and it's an intriguing blend of Americana: from honky-tonk country to '50s-style rockabilly and bayou swamp blues. ~ John Bush
Recording information: Moondog, Nashville, TN (10/1995-??/1996).
Photographer: Jim Herrington.
Personnel: Kevin ...
||24 Hour Roadside Resistance CD (2000)
Tim Coats CD discography Recorded at The Dungeon, Miami, Florida.
Personnel: Danny Lore (vocals); Joe Koontz (guitar, background vocals); Tim Coats (saxophone); Jeremy Kaiser (trumpet).
Recording information: The Dungeon, Miami, FL.
Illustrator: Omar Angulo.
Photographer: Fitzgerald Whitney.
Against All Authority: Danny Lore (vocals, bass); Joe Koontz (guitar, background vocals); ...
||Set To Pop CD (1994) |
Tim Coats music CDs Originally released in 1994, the self-definitive Set to Pop finds Bill Lloyd masterfully asserting his claim to the pop half of the country-pop duo Foster & Lloyd. This reissue (available for the first time in Canada through Denon) is an ...
||Unpicked Flowers CD (2002) |
Tim Coats songs Gigi (aka Gigi Dover, former lead singer of the Rank Outsiders) had trouble getting record companies to show an interest in her demos and decided to make her own record, Unpicked Flowers. It is a well-played and well-performed collection of ...
||Headed For The Hills CD (2004)
Tim Coats CD discography HEADED FOR THE HILLS is a collaboration between Jim Lauderdale and long-time Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter.
This album represents a propitious meeting of the minds--those of Jim Lauderdale, acclaimed progressive-country singer/songwriter, and Robert Hunter, renowned lyricist for the Grateful Dead. The acoustic, bluegrass-oriented feel of HEADED FOR THE HILLS was foreshadowed on Lauderdale's 2002 collaboration with ...
||Exchange (2006) |
Tim Coats albums Track Listing of songs: Bottle's Lookin' Better; Wwyd?; I Want To Stab You With Something Rusty; Wet Foot Policy; All Fall Down; Five Years On; Down and Out;