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Live and then Some Cover

Live and Then Some Tres Pescadores Records (1999)

The Songs

'Live'
1. Six Nights
2. Frank's Tavern (free download)
3. Fight (Tonight's the Night)
4. Tequila Interlude
5. Fade to Grey
6. Come On Joe
7. Monkey Hat Interlude
8. Albuquerque
9. Dallas
10. Waltz for Minnie
11. Hound Dog Interlude
12. Every Now and Then
13. Are You Listening Lucky
14. Buono Sera
15. Pony Show Interlude
16. East of Houston
17. King of the Blues
18. Lord Knows I'm Drinkin'
19. 68

'And Then Some'
1. Road to Indio
2. Bridge Too Far
3. White Girl
4. Alcoholidays
5. There's Still a Few More Honkytonks in Town
6. Don't Let Love Tear Apart (What Lust Has Brought Together)
7. I'm an Old Old Man

The Players

Chris Gaffney - vocals, guitar, accordion
Danny Ott - electric guitar, vocals
Wyman Reese - keyboards
Mike Barry - bass, vocals
Tucker Fleming - drums
Doug Livingston - pedal steel guitar
R.J. Simenesen - rub board

The Techies

Produced by Wyman Reese and Johny Huber
Recorded by Carlos Castro
Engineered by Mitch Zelezny
Mastered by Mick Stern
Mixed by Dave Pearlman
Designed by Johny Huber
Photography by Chris Darrow
Executive Producer - Brian Thomas

 

 

Road To Indio Cactus Club Records (1986)

The Songs

1. Road to Indio
2. Bridge Too Far
3. White Girl
4. Alcoholidays
5. There's Still a Few More Honkytonks In Town
6. Don't Let Love Tear Apart (What Lust Has Brought Together)
7. I'm an Old Old Man

The Players

Chris Gaffney - vocals, guitar, accordion
Gary Brandin - steel guitar
Danny Ott - guitar solos and vocals
Wyman Reese - keyboards
Doc Pittillo - guitars
Greg Gaffney - bass
Tucker Fleming - drums

The Guests

Fred Stewart - guitars
Bruce Windom - fiddle
Jeff Mosby - guitar

The Techies

Produced by Wyman Reese
Engineered by Nick Killian
Recorded at Studio One, Riverside, CA
Mixed by Michael Overlin
Mastered by Ron McMaster
Designed by Dave Brown
Photography by Heather Myles

 

Cold Hard Facts Cover

Chris Gaffney & The Cold Hard Facts ROM Records (1990)

The Songs

1. Lift Your Leg
2. King O' The Blues
3. The Gardens
4. Frank's Tavern
5. Glass House
6. I Was Just Feeling Good
7. Fight (Tonight's The Night)
8. Room 208
9. Accordiana
10. As Far As I'm Concerned
11. If I Had a Dream
12. Lonely Mile
13. Daddy's Little Girl

The Players

Chris Gaffney - vocals, guitar, accordion
Danny Ott - acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals
Wyman Reese - piano, organ, electric guitar
Greg Gaffney - bass, vocals
Tucker Fleming - drums
Rick Shea - electric guitar, pedal steel guitar

The Guests

Dave Alvin - guitars
Jim Lauderdale - harmony vocals
Jeff Mosby - guitar
Gary Brandin - pedal steel guitar
Dick Fegy - mandolin
Randy Weeks - snare drum, slide guitar, harmonica
The Lonesome Strangers - background vocals
Jacinto Guevara - accordion
R.J. Simensen - rub board

The Techies

Produced by Wyman Reese
Engineered by Bill Dashiell
Assisted by Fidel Bell
Recorded and mixed at Leon Haywoods, LA
Mastered by Bruce Botnick
Designed by Ph.D
Photography by Rick Strauss
Production Supervisor - Keith Holzman

Mi Vida Loca Cover

The Songs

1. Silent Partner
2. Artesia
3. Get Off My Back Lucy
4. Six Nights a Week
5. '68
6. Waltz for Minnie
7. They Made a Mistake
8. Quiet Desparation
9. Psychotic Girlfriend
10. Mi Vida Loca
11. So Tired To Be Me
12. I Never Grew Up

The Players

Chris Gaffney - vocals, guitar, accordion, organ
Gary Brandin - pedal steel guitar
Danny Ott - guitars, vocals
Wyman Reese - keyboards, vocals
Greg Gaffney - bass
Tucker Fleming - drums

The Guests

Jim Lauderdale - vocals
Steve Van Gelder - fiddle
Esten Cook - percussion
Mike Overlin - saxophone
Roger Eaton - vocals
Augie Brown - vocals

The Techies

Produced by Wyman Reese
Engineered by Bill Dashiell
Assisted by Fidel Bell
Recorded at Sunnyside Studio, LA
Mixed by Michael Dumas at Mad Dog Studio, Venice, CA
Mastered by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, LA
Designed by Donna Mercer
Photography by Beth Herzhaft

Man of Somebody's Dreams Cover

Man of Somebody's Dreams Country Records (1994)

The Songs

1. Lift Your Leg
2. Six Nights a Week
3. Daddy's Little Girl
4. '68
5. If I Had a Dream
6. Tres Veces
7. Leave My Little Girl Alone
8. Frank's Tavern
9. Man of Somebody's Dreams
10. Honky Tonk
11. Psychotic Girlfriend
12. Fight (Tonight's the Night)
13. Waltz for Minnie

The Players

Chris Gaffney - vocals, guitar, accordion
Danny Ott - guitars, vocals
Matt Barnes - guitar, vocals
Dennis Caplinger - mandolin, fiddle
Eileen Doyle - bass
Arturo Gonzales Perez - drums

The Techies

Produced by Jurg Schapper and Kurt Bislin
Engineered by Giovanni Dolci at Greenwood Studio, Nunnigen
Recorded live at the Red Moon Festival in Zurich, Switzerland
Mastered by Glenn Miller at Greenwood Studio, Nunnigen
Designed by Kurt Bislin
Photography by Werner Buechl

Loser's Paradise Cover

Loser's Paradise
Hightone Records (1995)

The Songs

1. The Eyes of Roberto Duran
2. Loser's Paradise
3. The Man of Somebody's Dreams
4. So Far From God (And Too Close To You)
5. East of Houston, West of Baton Rouge
6. Cowboys to Girls
7. Azulito
8. My Baby's Got a Dead Man's Number
9. See the Big Man Cry
10. Help You Dream
11. Glasshouse
12. Sugar Bee

The Players

Chris Gaffney - vocals, piano, accordion
Danny Ott - electric, acoustic and slide guitars, six string bass, vocals
Donald Lindley - drums, percussion
Sarah Brown - bass
Dave Alvin - acoustic and electric guitars
Ian McLagan - Hammond organ
Ted Roddy - harmonica
Bradley Jaye Williams - bajo sexto, accordion
Gene Elders - fiddle
Scott Walls - pedal steel guitar
Ponty Bone - accordion
Big Boy Boudreax - rub board

The Guests

Jim Lauderdale - vocals
Lucinda Williams - vocals
Rosie Flores - vocals
Dale Watson - vocals
Tony Villanueva - vocals

The Techies

Produced and arranged by Dave Alvin
Engineered by James Tuttle
Recorded at Congress House Studio, Austin, TX
Mixed by Mark Linett at Your Place or Mine, Glendale, CA
Mastered by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, LA
Art Direction and Design by Brian Walls
Typesetting by Paul Rosas

 

 

 


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