||Second Million Miles CD (2005) |
Brian Wood music CDs Bill Staines reckons he's driven two million miles to and from gigs and recording sessions. This compilation includes tracks from the albums he recorded for Red House between 1993 ...
||Beneath Some Lucky Star CD (2012) |
Brian Wood CD discography Bill Staines has been a professional folksinger for more than 45 years. A quiet, indefatigable road warrior, he logs an impressive number of gigs every year, and at 65 ...
||Old Dogs CD (2007) |
Brian Wood discography Bill Staines has been singing and writing first-rate songs for most of his life and while many A-list country and folk artists have cut his tunes, he still remains ...
||Poet In My Window CD (1982) |
Brian Wood albums THERE'S A LIGHT BEYOND THESE WOODS, Nanci Griffith's debut album, was essentially an early example of DIY--recorded live, without overdubs. This sophomore effort marked her first foray into a ...
||Looking for the Wind CD (1995) |
Brian Wood songs Recorded at the Loma Ranch, Austin, Texas.
Personnel: Bill Staines (vocals, guitar, synthesizer, background vocals); Brian Wood (guitar, banjo); Chuck Pyle (guitar); Mickie Merkens (gut-string guitar, background vocals); Gene Elders ...
||October's Hill CD (2000) |
Brian Wood music CDs Combining beautifully crafted originals with a handful of well-chosen covers, Bill Staines' 22nd album is rife with the kind of warm vocals and endearing tales that we've come to ...
||Journey Home CD (2004) |
Brian Wood CD discography Journey Home, Bill Staines' 24th record and first in four years, is a concept album, but the concept is one that needs explaining, especially to anyone who hasn't been ...
||Going to the West CD (1993) |
Brian Wood albums Bill Staines, whose 1984 live album, Bridges, was reissued by Red House Records in 1989 and who released a children's collection, The Happy Wanderer, on the Minnesota-based folk independent ...
||Secret Anniversaries CD (1999) |
Brian Wood discography Photographer: Scott VanOSdol.
Personnel: Jeff Talmadge (vocals, guitar); Larry Seyer, Brian Wood (guitar); Gene Elders (violin); Peter Kempter, Frank Kammerdeiner (cello); Beth Galiger (flute, background vocals); Spencer Starnes (upright bass); ...
||Unsung Hero: The Undiscovered Genius Of Chas Burchell CD (1995) |
Brian Wood CD discography This is a companion album to The Mike Hennessey Chastet's album SHADES OF CHAS BURCHELL: THE MIKE HENNESSEY CHASTET.
Chas Burchell was an obscure and part-time but talented British tenor ...
||Running With You CD (1994) |
Brian Wood music CDs The title track sums up this Texas-based singer/songwriter's strengths perfectly: a sweet, smoky alto voice, a gentle way with an emotionally heavy lyric, and a knack for melodies that ...
||2nd CD (2005)
Brian Wood songs Hater, the side project of former Soundgarden bassist Ben Shepherd and drummer Matt Cameron first debuted in 1993. Twelve years later, The 2nd surfaced. Structured from demos recorded in ...
||Pest Control CD (1996) |
Brian Wood albums All songs written by Devilhead.
Recorded at Litho Studios, Seattle, Washington.
Personnel: Tim Young (vocals, guitar, banjo); Brian Wood (vocals, guitar); Ty Willman (vocals); Mike Stone (piano, drums).
Audio Mixer: Nick DiDia.
||Shades Of Chas Burchell CD (1993) |
Brian Wood discography This is a companion album to Chas Burchell's album UNSUNG HERO: THE UNDISCOVERED GENIUS OF CHAS BURCHELL.
Recorded at Klangstudio Leyh, Sandhausen, Germany on October 3-4, 1993. Includes liner notes ...
||Austin Skyline CD (1992)
Recording information: 1200 Garner, Austin, TX (07/11/1992-09/10/1992); Cactus Cafe, Austin, TX (07/11/1992-09/10/1992); Chicago House, Austin, TX (07/11/1992-09/10/1992); La Zona Rosa, Austin, TX (07/11/1992-09/10/1992).
Photographer: Will Van Overbeek.
Personnel: Jimmy LaFave (vocals, ...
||Highway Trance CD (1994) |
His plaintive voice embraces his lyrics with the feelings of his heart. His singing and song writing (he wrote all the songs except "Early Summer Rain") evoke the wide ...
||Hater CD (1993) |
All songs written or co-written by the members of Hater, except "Mona Bone Jakon" (Cat Stevens) and "Blistered" (Billy Edd Wheeler).
After Soundgarden wrapped up their near year-long tour in ...