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JOHN SHIPE - "VILLAIN" - 2010
It's alway fun to record with this old comrade and brilliant songwriter!

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THE DAVID ANDREWS BAND - "LIVE AT THE VAC" - 2008
Recorded over two nights at the VAC in Boise, Idaho, this is a smokin set
featuring the band plus: back-up singers,
a horn section, a string section, and yours truly!


THE RENEGADE SAINTS - "MERCY SAINTS ALIVE!" - 2008
Finally a new disc from the Saints. Recorded during the McMenamins Great Northwest Music Tour. Much fun indeed!

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LITTLE RADIO featuring LEA KRUEGER - "LIVE" - 2004
Culled from a series of nights at the White Eagle, this disc features the interactive nature of the band as well as the powerful singing and songwriting of Lea Krueger.


DAVE COEY AND THE TREMOR GUILD - 2002
Originally meant to be half of the 4th Kerosene Dream album, this became a collection of Dave Coey songs. And a collection of Dave songs is a good thing. He's a hell of a songwriter and just keeps getting better.


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A.J. BUSH - "BALLADS OF GLORY AND GOOD INTENTION" - 2001
Apparently, Allen Bush forgot to stop writing songs after he left the touring band life of The Strangers and enterred the glamourous high tech industry. This album shows that he didn't forget how to write songs. Allen and I and the rest of the Bimbos had a great time making this album.


KEROSENE DREAM - "SUCH IS LIFE" - 2000
Kerosene Dream's third album and my first with them shows the band edging toward a more rock oriented sound, while still featuring an eclectic mix of songs.

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JOHN SHIPE - "SUDDEN AND MERCILESS JOY" - 1998
John's first post-Saints album is a smorgasboard of color and texture. Great melodies, great grooves, and of course, John's own brand of lyrical mayhem make this one of my favorites.


THE RENEGADE SAINTS - "FEAR OF THE SKY" - 1993
Unfortunately, this was the Saints only album. Fortunately, it captures the essence of the band really well. Produced by "Big Daddy" Don Gilmore, who is now a superstar L.A. producer, the album sounds great. The songs range from moody acoustic pieces to high octane burners, and really all points in between.

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