Johnny Spampinato Appears on
||Llama Rhymes CD (2002) |
Johnny Spampinato CD discography The Chandler Travis Philharmonic: Chandler Travis (guitars); Dinty Child (accordion); Keith Spring (keyboards); John Styklunas (upright bass); Rikki Bates (drums).
Personnel includes: Chandler Travis Philharmonic, ...
||Message for the Mess Age CD (1994) |
Johnny Spampinato discography This title became the final studio effort from NRBQ to include Al Anderson (guitar/vocals), marking the conclusion of their 23-year association. The split was ...
||Careful CD (2007) |
Johnny Spampinato albums P.J. O'Connell's earnestly ragged, good-time power pop has the appeal of much of the best that came before him, including Big Star, Paul Westerberg, ...
||I've Forgotten Everything CDs (2006) |
Johnny Spampinato songs from STEREOPHILE Magazine: "Lee Feldman's I've Forgotten Everything is unlike anything else in contemporary pop. The songs are alternately sad, whimsical, harrowing, and very ...
||Christmas Wish CD (1997) |
Johnny Spampinato discography NRBQ bring a sense of goofy fun to this eight-song mini-album, covering standards in their wacky style and contributing a few originals -- Terry ...
||NRBQ CD (1999) |
Johnny Spampinato albums This self-titled album comes 30 years after NRBQ's also-eponymous debut. NRBQ is the band's second studio album (the other being YOU'RE NICE PEOPLE, YOU ...
||Nature Calls CD (2005) |
Johnny Spampinato CD discography Audio Mixer: Ducky Carlisle.
Recording information: Home; Room 9 From Outer Space, S. Boston, MA.
Incredible Casuals: Aaron Spade, Johnny Spampinato, Rikki Bates, Chandler Travis.
Personnel: Aaron ...
||Terrible CD (1995)
Johnny Spampinato music CDs NRBQ albums have always incorporated founding member Terry Adam's love of jazz, both in the the actual pieces as well as in the range ...
||World Championship Songs: 1980-2007 CD (2007) |
Johnny Spampinato CD discography Audio Mixers: Bill Scheniman; Chandler Travis; Ducky Carlisle.
Audio Remixers: Bill Scheniman; Chandler Travis.
Liner Note Author: John Swenson.
Photographers: Chris Blood; David Greenberger; Yutaka Suzuki; Chris ...
||Live from Mountain Stage CD (2002)
Johnny Spampinato music CDs LIVE FROM MOUNTAIN STAGE collects 13 live tracks from NRBQ's numerous apperances on the Mountain Stage radio program.
The 27th disc in the Best of ...
||Tarnation & Alastair Sim (Kitty) CD (2007) |
Johnny Spampinato songs The Chandler Travis Philharmonic: Dinty Child (accordion); Keith Spring (keyboards); John Styklunas (bass guitar); Rikki Bates (drums).
Additional personnel: Ramona Silver (vocals); Ducky Carlisle, George ...
||You're Nice People You Are CD (1997) |
Johnny Spampinato albums You've got to love an album that starts with the words "You gave me a peanut." With their music drawing from a diverse bag ...
||Atsa My Band CD (2002) |
Johnny Spampinato music CDs NRBQ makes its studio debut on its own record label with a set of infectious, at times giddy, originals and covers. Sue Thompson's "Norman" ...
||Gotta Be Loose: Recorded Live In The U.S.A. CD (1998) |
Just as they did a decade earlier with GOD BLESS US ALL and DIGGIN' UNCLE Q, NRBQ released a pair of live recordings which ...
||BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert CD (1995) |
Photographers: Chris Blood; Chris Green ; Abe Perlstein.
Unknown Contributor Role: Chandler Travis.
Personnel: Johnny Spampinato (vocals, guitar, horns); Aaron Spade, Chandler Travis (vocals, guitar); Steve ...
||Happy Go Lucky CD (2002) |
Audio Mixers: Chris Andersen; Ducky Carlisle; Billy Shaw.
Recording information: Soundesign, Brattleboro, VT.
Photographer: Chris Green .
Personnel includes: P.J. O'Connell (vocals); T-Bone Wolk, Chandler Travis, NRBQ.
||Dummy CD (2004)
Over a handful of decades, NRBQ has become one of the most popular cult bands in America, thanks to its airtight chemistry, superb musicianship, ...
||Music's Been Good To You CD (2002) |
This single-CD compilation includes a dozen-and-a-half previously unearthed live and studio nuggets spanning nearly three decades of the New Rhythm and Blues Quartet [read: ...
||Tokyo CD (1997) |
TOKYO was recorded during NRBQ's tour of Japan in 1996. Since they were traveling without an additional horn section, this was the band's first ...