David Wierhake Appears on
||On the Rural Route 7609 CDs (2010) |
David Wierhake CD discography Track Listing of songs: DISC 1: Longest Days; Grandma's Theme; Rural Route; Jackie Brown; Rain on the Scarecrow; Jim Crow; Jim Crow; Big Daddy of Them All; Deep Blue Heart; Forgiveness; Don't Need This Body; Jenny at 16; Jack and ...
||My Father's Only Son CD (1996) |
David Wierhake discography 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 ...
||Back Fields CDs (2005) |
David Wierhake albums There are those who think Tim Grimm is a remarkable American roots artist. And when he's good, he's very good indeed. A few tracks on The Back Fields, such as "Sometimes Trouble Is a Gift" and the title ...
||Betty's Diner: The Best of Carrie Newcomer CD (2004) |
David Wierhake CD discography Artist-chosen best-of recordings can be problematic because though in some way the artist is uniquely qualified to know what worked and what didn't, she isn't always party to the knowledge of what connects with audiences. This 17-track best-of ...
||Names CD (2004) |
David Wierhake music CDs Folk-roots-Americana artist Tim Grimm has recorded some of the finest writers of the past and present in this rich collection of songs. With his distinct, southern Indiana hill-country spin on music, and a treasure trove of area musicians-- ...
||Live To Love CD (2009) |
David Wierhake songs The moods and feelings evoked by Live to Love run from the playful opening track through the serious introduction to Homage to New Orleans, which soon evolves into New Orleans funk before becoming a brass band street parade, ...
||Songs From The Potter's Field CD (2002)
David Wierhake albums Recorded at Off Center Studios, Muncie, Indiana. Includes liner notes by Ray Boltz.
Personnel: Ray Boltz (acoustic guitar, dobro); Rich Morpurgo (guitar, electric guitar, E-bow); Brad Layher (hammer dulcimer); Mitch McVicker (harmonica, background vocals); David Wierhake (accordion); Rollie Mains ...