||Live at the Lyric CD (2013) |
Chris Wallace albums This captivating concert captures the enchanting performance of Julienne Taylor singing her best loved tracks from her albums 'A Time For Love' and 'The Heart Within' together with traditional Scottish folk songs. The Celtic Connection features some of Scotland's finest musicians; Fraser Fifield , Graeme Stephen , Mario Caribe and Chris Wallace. The concert was recorded and mixed at 96khz/24bit.
Recording information: Academy Of Performing Arts, Lyric Theatre, Hong Kong (09/24/2011).
Photographer: Kenneth Yung.
Personnel: Julienne Taylor (vocals); Graeme Stephen (guitar); Fraser Fifield (soprano saxophone); Jazrael Lucero (keyboards, background vocals); Chris Wallace (drums); Mário Caribé (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Donald Marrow; Tom Hall .
||Introducing Today's Young Hitmakers CD (2000) |
Chris Wallace CD discography Tee & Thee Crumpets are a San Francisco four-piece combo comprised of bassist/lead vocalist Tee Emmerich, guitarist/lead vocalist Chris Wallace, drummer Chris Harvey (ex-the Count Backurdz), and guitarist Paul Sheridan. Like so many modern-day revivalists before them, they've drawn most of their inspiration by combining the music they love: '60s garage punk, '70s West Coast punk, and garage rock revival of the '80s and '90s. Unfortunately, the band's full-length debut for the Burbank, CA-based Dionysus label -- the ironic and somewhat spuriously titled Introducing Today's Young Hitmakers -- doesn't really add much to any of these genres, nor does it subtract from them either. Many, many bands -- some much better, some much worse -- have traversed down this same well-worn path, churning up a head-bopping garage punk maelstrom surrounded by lots of echo, reverb, and distortion. Some of these groups have even managed to find a new twist or turn along the way. Others, like Tee & Thee Crumpets, simply haven't. All four members contribute to the songwriting and they share the mic too, switching off track-by-track, alternating spitting out loud and snotty vocals. Tee Emmerich, in particular, seems to favor a bratty, bad-girl approach. ~ Bryan Thomas
Recorded at Room 222, Hollywood, California and The Wally Sound, Oakland, California.
Tee And Thee Crumpets: Tee Emmerich (vocals, electric bass); Chris Wallace (vocals, guitar, harmonica, electric organ); Paul Sheridan (vocals, guitar, handclaps); Chris Harvey (vocals, drums, maracas, tambourine).
Producers: Tee And Thee Crumpets, James Bennett.
Personnel: Chris Wallace (vocals, guitar, harmonica, organ); Chris Harvey (vocals, drums, maracas, tambourine).
Recording information: Room 222, Hollywood, CA.
Photographer: Neil Motteram.
||Drama Club CD (2008) |
Chris Wallace music CDs Comet Caliente's philosophy is embodied in it's song "Home To My Roots". There's nothing more important than the family and friends that make us who we are. At home you are always welcome, and there is always laughter, love and understanding. No matter where you go, you can always come back and find what you've been missing. So dust off your hat, throw on your boots and take Comet Caliente for a ride back to your roots.
Drama Club: Nick Coyle (vocals, guitar, synthesizer); Eric Sandroski, Jon Novakovich (vocals, guitar); Chris Wallace (vocals, keyboards, synthesizer); Mike Morgan (bass guitar); Randy Elmy (drums).