||King's Gift CD (2013) |
Brian Wooten songs Trace Adkins has been known to show a sense of humor, so it's something of a surprise that he's so reverent on his 2013 Christmas album, The King's Gift. He's not just reverent, he's adventurous, grounding this album not in secular tunes but carols, giving these perennials surprising arrangements that alternate between American and Celtic folk. Adkins pulls in the reigning kings of Celtic folk, the Chieftains, to play on "I Saw Three Ships," while the Isaacs guest on "Oh Holy Night" with Sonya Isaacs duetting on "We Three Kings." On the American side, Kevin Costner and his daughter Lily play on a meditative "Silent Night," which slides quite easily into this sober, heartfelt celebration of the season. Adkins takes this record seriously -- so seriously he allows himself to stretch ...
||Inside CD (1995) |
Brian Wooten albums All songs written or co-written by Billy Smiley and/or Mark Gersmehl.
Recorded at Bennett House and Shakin' Studio, Franklin, Tennessee.
Personnel: Mark Gersmehl (vocals, piano, organ, synthesizer, background vocals); Ric Florian (vocals, background vocals); Brian Wooten (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Billy Smiley (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, background vocals); John Thorn ...
||Good Life CD |
Brian Wooten CD discography Recording information: Sidekick Studio, Nashville, TN.
Photographer: G.W. Austin.
Arranger: Dennis Patton.
Personnel: Dennis Patton (keyboards); Mark Baldwin, Brian Wooten (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Marty Paoletta (saxophone); Mark Hill (bass guitar).
Audio Mixer: Bryan Lenox.
||Shelter Me CD (1998) |
Brian Wooten music CDs 16 Yr.Old Singer/Songwriter
Recorded at The Sound Kitchen, Cool Springs, Tennessee and The Snack Bar, Brentwood, Tennessee.
Personnel: Gene Miller (vocals); Glen Pierce, Dave Cleveland , Brian Wooten (guitar); John Catchings, David Davidson , Alan Umstead (strings); Mike Haynes (trumpet); Danny Duncan, John Elefante (keyboards, programming); Chris McHugh, Scott Williamson (drums, percussion).
Audio Mixers: J.R. McNeely; John Jaszcz.
Recording information: Snack Bar, Brentwood, TN; Sound Kitchen, Cool Springs, TN.
Personnel: Nikki Leonti (vocals); Russell Mauldin (conductor); John Elefante ...
||Double Take CD (1999)
Brian Wooten discography DOUBLE TAKE won the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Rock Gospel Album.
Recorded at Sound Kitchen, Cool Springs, Tennessee and The Fish Bowl, Brentwood, Tennessee.
Personnel: Pete Orta (vocals, guitar, background vocals); John Elefante (vocals, recorder, background vocals); Lonnie Chapin (vocals, background vocals); John Schlitt (vocals); George Marinelli, George Marinelli Jr., Brian Wooten (guitar); The Nashville String Machine (strings); Terry McMillan (harmonica); Trent Thomason (keyboards); Louie Weaver (drums, snare drum); Eric Darken (percussion).
Audio Mixers: David ...
||Tales Of Wonder CD (1992) |
Brian Wooten CD discography The band turns in its most popular album in years, showing continued growth and depth in its songwriting, better than the simplistic anthems that typify the arena rock genre. ~ Thom Granger
Recording information: OmniSound Studios, Nashville, TN; Production Group, Spokane, WA; The Bennett House, Franklin, TN; The Dugout, Nashville TN.
Photographer: Mark Tucker .
Personnel: Mark Gersmehl (vocals, recorder, keyboards, background vocals); Ric Florian (vocals, background vocals); Brian Wooten (guitar, gut-string guitar); Billy Smiley (12-string ...
||One More Encore CD (1998) |
Brian Wooten albums On their tenth album, One More Encore, Whitecross offer a live retrospective of their greatest hits, tacking on a studio remake of their celebrated 1991 song, "No Second Chances." It's an excellent retrospective of the CCM hard rock group's best material, and often, these versions are better than the studio versions. As a result, it's an excellent introduction to the group. ~ Rodney Batdorf
Recording information: Allies Recording Studios, Franklin, TN; Bennett House; Black ...