||An Angel at My Shoulder CD (1994) |
Robert Meitus songs Carrie Newcomer's songwriting has gotten a little more mature, and her sound has expanded a bit ("Playing With Matches," for example, is a big, earnest folk-pop number with strings). But at heart, Newcomer is still the quintessential American folk singer -- she's inherited the ...
||My Father's Only Son CD (1996) |
Robert Meitus music CDs This album owes a bit more to Southern rock and country than Newcomer's previous albums, although there's no trace of growl or twang. Producers Mark Williams and Roger Meitus have colored her very conventional folk songs with a few more electric guitars, and Newcomer's deep vocals have grown increasingly uninhibited. Her lyrics ...
||Bird or the Wing CD (1995) |
Robert Meitus CD discography All songs written by Carrie Newcomer.
Recorded at The Lodge, Indianapolis, Indiana. Includes liner notes by Paul Robicheau.
Personnel: Carrie Newcomer (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars), Jennifer Kimball (vocals), Robert Meitus (acoustic & electric guitars, mandolin, mandola, background vocals), Jon Nilsen (guitar), Sandy Williams (electric guitar), Michael Clark (pedal steel), Chris Wagoner (violin), Mary ...
||Regulars and Refugees CD (2005) |
Robert Meitus albums Recording information: Airtime Studio Bloomington, IN.
Photographer: Señor McGuire.
Personnel: Carrie Newcomer (vocals, acoustic guitar); Carrie Newcomer; Mary Gaines (vocals, cello, acoustic bass, double bass); David Weber (vocals); Keith Skooglund (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, classical guitar, electric flute); Jeff Hedback (acoustic bass, double bass, upright bass, electric bass, bass guitar); Robert Meitus (vocals, acoustic ...
||Age of Possibility CDs (2000) |
Robert Meitus discography "This was written for someone I love in pretty tough circumstances," Carrie Newcomer writes as an introduction to the final song on her sixth studio album, but the description could refer to most of the songs here on which she displays a determined optimism that acknowledges the grittier side of life. Singing ...