||Squeeze Machine CD (2007) |
Carri Abrahms music CDs Stuffed with chuckle-worthy songs in a brain-melting mix of styles, Squeeze Machine's grab bag is practically bursting with original tunes, from the polka-fied blue-collar humor of "A Glass of Beer" (a raucous duet with Drew Carey), to a pair of straight
Recording information: Garageland Studios, Port Hadlock, WA; Hooch House, San Francisco, CA; Laughing Tiger, San Rafael, CA; Marc Senasac Studios, Daly City, CA.
Personnel: Austin DeLone (vocals, electric guitar); Paul Rogers (vocals, ukulele, accordion, piano); Carri Abrahms (vocals, accordion); Drew Carey, Laura Rogers, Lewis Wallace (vocals); Robert M. Powell (guitar); Evan Price (fiddle); Norton Buffalo (harmonica); Suzanne Garramone (accordion); Michael Messer (drums, percussion); Bob Daspit (tambourine); Lisa Redfern (hand claps).
Audio Mixers: Steve Savage; Bob Daspit.
||Come to Me CD (2003) |
Carri Abrahms CD discography Sailing around classifications of jazz, Smooth-Jazz, Progressive and Avant-garde, Come to Me blends the best of Latin, flamenco influences, funk and a touch of trip-hop with jazz into a single cohesive style. Under the Stewardship of Benny Rietveld, whose adept arrangements enhance the sublimely distinctive melodies. Each track is as original as the next, and, perhaps resisting the temptation to follow traditional Jazz classification, Come To Me is instantly identifiable as a James Band production.
The seed of a possible collaboration between Benny Rietveld and Gregory James germinated after one of several performances together over the years, ...
||Lawnball CD (2004) |
Carri Abrahms albums Those Darn Accordions power through an electric set of original, squeezebox-fueled rock/pop songs, infused with a wry take on the world, and features new members Susie Davis (Sheila E, Mick Jagger) and Carri Abrahms. They break out of "all accordions all
Those Darn Accordions!: Paul Rogers (vocals, acoustic guitar, accordion, piano); Susie Davis, Carri Abrahms (vocals, accordion); Bill Schwartz (vocals, drums, percussion); Lewis Wallace ...