||Sounds Of Science: The Beastie Boys Anthology CDs (1999)
Paul Vercesi songs Additional personnel includes: Q-Tip, Biz Markie (rap vocals); Mark "Money Mark" Nishita (keyboards); Kate Schellebach (drums); Eric Bobo (percussion); Mix Master Mike (turntables); Amery Smith, Bucky Baxter, Brooke Williams, Nelson ...
||Build a Nation CD (2007)
Paul Vercesi music CDs With Beastie Boy and super-fan Adam "MCA" Yauch behind the boards, the original line-up of Washington D.C. punk legends the Bad Brains reconvened for 2007's BUILD A NATION. No one ...
||Hello Nasty CD (1998)
Paul Vercesi CD discography HELLO NASTY won the 1999 Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Performance. "Intergalactic" won the 1999 Grammy for Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group.
On their fifth album and ...
||Laughing Man CD (1996) |
Paul Vercesi discography David Yazbek is a long-time cult favorite-a recording artist, vocalist and pianist known for his thrilling live performances and irreverent style. He is a two-time Tony Award nominee, whose shows ...
||Damascus CD (2001)
Paul Vercesi albums Audio Mixer: Bryce Goggin.
Recording information: Dave's Toxic Studio; Hiatus Sound.
Arranger: David Yazbek.
Yazbek includes: David Yazbek (vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, organ, synthesizer); Paul Vercesi, Tony Orbach (flute, saxophone, background vocals); Chris ...
||Sounds Of Science: The Beastie Boys Anthology. CDs (1999) |
Paul Vercesi CD discography Additional personnel includes: Q-Tip, Biz Markie (rap vocals); Mark "Money Mark" Nishita (keyboards); Kate Schellebach (drums); Eric Bobo (percussion); Mix Master Mike (turntables); Amery Smith, Bucky Baxter, Brooke Williams, Nelson ...
||Together Forever CD (1991) |
Paul Vercesi music CDs Recorded at Unique REcording and Hip Pocket Recording, New York, New York.
Personnel: Bernard Grobman, Willie Ross (guitar); Tony Ellis (saxophone); Tony Orbach, Paul Vercesi, Kevin Batchelor (horns); Andy Marvel (keyboards, ...
||Scamboogery CD (1991) |
Paul Vercesi songs Scatterbrain's debut record, Here Comes Trouble, did an excellent job of showing what this comedy metal troupe had to offer. But the music that they were making had such limited ...
||Be Headed CD (1992) |
Paul Vercesi albums Principally recorded at Bearsville Studios, Woodstock, New York in March 1992.
All songs written by Chris Harford except "You Brains" (Sean Coleman Keenan).
Full performer name: Chris Harford & The First Rays ...
||U-Neek CD (1991) |
Paul Vercesi discography In the 1980s, Eek-A-Mouse (a quirky, eccentric toaster/singer) made significant contributions to dubwise, which evolved into the more abrasive dancehall style associated with Shabba Ranks, Nardo Ranks and Lt. Stitchie. ...
||I & I Survived CD (2002)
Paul Vercesi CD discography Washington D.C. hardcore/reggae hybrid Bad Brains return with 2002's I AND I SURVIVED, featuring "Jah Love" and "Overdub."
British limited edition version includes a second disc including 28 live recordings.
It probably ...
||I&I Survived CD (2002) |
Paul Vercesi albums It probably won't come as a huge surprise to fans of this hardcore band that they've released their first full-length dub recording. After all, Bad Brains have proven in the ...
||Le Meilleur De CD (1999) |
Paul Vercesi music CDs Additional personnel includes: Q-Tip, Biz Markie (rap vocals); Mark "Money Mark" Nishita (keyboards); Kate Schellebach (drums); Eric Bobo (percussion); Mix Master Mike (turntables); Amery Smith, Bucky Baxter, Brooke Williams, Nelson ...
||Superlife CDs |
Personnel: Paul Vercesi (alto saxophone); Tony Orbach (tenor saxophone); Craig Averill, Bill Wilson, John Zito, Kevin McCormick (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Joe Arlotta.
Recording information: Back Pocket Recording Studios; Back Poket.
Photographer: John ...
||Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego? CD (1992) |
Audio Mixer: Billy Straus.
Recording information: RPM Studios, New York, NY.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Joseph Russell; Elliott Kerman; Barry Carl; Sean Altman; Jerry Lawson; Jimmy Hayes; Scott Leonard; Jayotis Washington.
Arrangers: Elliott Kerman; ...
||Hitsburg Revisited CD (2000)
Recorded at Compactor Studios, Brooklyn, New York in Summer 1998.
Personnel: Keith Streng (vocals, guitar); Peter Zaremba (vocals, harmonica, piano, organ); Bill Milhizer (vocals, drums, percussion); Ken Fox (vocals); Paul Vercesi, ...