The Marley's Ghost CDs
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|Order MG1||HAUNTING MELODIES Remastered and BACK IN STOCK !!! Lay Down Your Weary Tune / The End Is Not In Sight / Alone Together / Pass Me Not / King Bee / Sitting Here In Limbo / One Love / Rachel / Who Will Your Next Fool Be? / And It Stoned Me / Bob Dylan's Dream / Iko Iko|
|Order MG2||LET DE GROOVE RISE UP Remastered and BACK IN STOCK !!! Turkey Day Rap-Sodee / (Your Love Is Like The) Mountain Water / Mexico / Shine This Light/ Seamus O'Brien / Streets Of Babylon / Meet De Boys On The Battlefront / No Place As Lonely As Texas / A Pirate Looks At Forty / Sunrise Over Big Muddy|
|Order MG3||GHOST COUNTRY One More Shot / Trouble On The Line / Window Shopping / Lonely Enough To Know / Blues For Sportin' Life / Run Mountain / Better Come Dancing / Molly and Tenbrooks / Gospel Plow / Two Bits / Lonely Night / The Way I Am / Dark As A Dungeon|
|Order MG4||HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING? Working On A Building / Sinner Man / I Am A Pilgrim / I'm On My Way (The Story Of Job) / Cry From The Cross / Jesus Gave Me Water / Peace In The Valley / Amazing Grace / Sowin' On The Mountain / Pass Me Not / Little Moses / Walkin' In Jerusalem / Wings Of A Dove / How Can I Keep From Singing? / Rivers Of Babylon|
|FOUR SPACIOUS GUYS Sailing Away To The West / Higher Ground / Gabrielle / Sugar Trade/ Oh, Mary (Dont You Weep) / Simple Again / Sirey (Sierra) Peaks / I Can See Your Aura / Teach My Heart To Believe / Hearts Aren't Made Of Stone / Turtle Dove / Fiddlers Green / Rock The Rose / Them Beautiful Bottles|
|ACROSS THE RIVER Tender Mercy / Johnny Too Bad / Someday My Day Will Come / Into The Mystic / Drop Down Mama / Sign Of The Times / Going To The West / Leela Leela / Nothing But The Past / Key To The Highway / Science Ain't Gonna Save You / Guava Jelly / River Dunce|
|MARLEY'S GHOST LIVE AT THE POWERHOUSE DVD Set One: 1. Lay Down Your Weary Tune / 2. Meet De Boys On De Battlefront / 3. Behind High Walls / 4. Story Of Job / 5. Stir It Up / 6. Going To The West / 7. Drop Down Mama / 8. Little Red Rooster / 9. If You Love Someone / 10. Jesus Gave Me Water / 11. A Pirate Looks At Forty / Set Two: 12. Rock The Rose / 13. Seamus O'Brien / 14. Someday My Day Will Come / 15. I Pity The Poor Imigrant / 16. Late In The Day / 17. The Good Ship Hispaniola / 18. She'd Rather Be Homeless / 19. Window Shopping / 20. Brain Cloudy Blues / 21. I Can See Your Aura / 22. I Think It's Gonna Work Out Fine / 23. One Love / 24. Iko Iko / 25. Fiddler's Green --PLUS DVD Extras -- SLIDE SHOW a collection of stills of the Ghost over a sound track of 'Window Shopping' and some 'Brain Cloudy Blues'. SONGLIST -- go directly to your favorite songs or program your DVD player to play just the selections you want. The DVD Does Not use 5.1 surround, because he mixed the it as you see the band, none of who are behind you...|
|Donora Street -- Mike Phelan's Fabulous Solo CD
1. Food Chain of Love
A full horn band arrangement over a hard-rocking rhythm section. "I'm sinking down in the food chain of your love". ...says it all.
2. Ellen & Roy
American roots rock meets Paul Simon. Dave Lebolt produced this one and it reflects his amazing grasp of detail and well-crafted parts. Dave designed a buncha cool guitar parts including an African highlife/soukous part I played as a duet with Peter. Peter went crazy with percussion instruments, including the 'googly-moogly', (the tinkly metallic thing you hear back there somewhere), talking drum, ...even playing the hardwood floor with a pair of drumsticks!.
3. "If You Love Someone"
I love to write mega-weeper ballads, and this is one. I put acoustic guitar and Tele against Dave's Fender Rhodes and organ. Grab your Kleenex and turn it up, dude.
4. "Maybe She Will"
Rick wrote a great horn chart, Dave sat down at the piano and Peter got this one popping. When I used to work clubs with a rock band, there was a certain type of young woman, often wearing a brief, tight black skirt and top, who would breeze in, gather all the attention of the room, then dash the hopes of all the guys in the place by blowing back out again to do it all over someplace hip. Baby, this one's for you.
5. "God Help A Sailor"
Dave played both the grand piano and organ with Rick and Peter. I added a Tele through the little Vox 15-watt amp w/vibrato and I have to say I love the feel of this one. This one probably comes from listening to a lot of Van Morrison... Hey, "what's a camel got to fear from a straw...?"
6. "Your Town"
This one is, in a word, urban. Rick wanted Marvin McFadden, the trumpter who led Huey Lewis' band -- I said "OK"... what was I gonna say, "No?" Alex Murzyn plays the sax solo and the tag at the end, which is what I call Alex's 'Lisa Simpson' ending.
7. "The King"
"Somewhere over Missouri, I got the word the King had laid it down..." I had it in mind to do this one like Nanci Griffith would ...Did I? I dunno. ...but I like it. I played Dobro and guitars against Dave's piano while Peter and Rick kept it all solid. I wrote this one for all our friends who keep shuffling off.
8. "Donora Street"
I wrote this one a few minutes before I left for the studio. I got there, laid down a track with my old 50's Epiphone Zenith and sang it... I kept thinking about adding elements -- and decided not to.
The Solo Acoustic songs
I have a great acoustic guitar made by Rob Girdis of Seattle. Peter suggested I use it and lay down five solo acoustic performances, no overdubs, just record it, warts and all. Good idea -- Here they are...
Glenn Phillips of Toad the Wet Sprocket fame wrote this for a movie. Peter suggested I cover it -- good tune.
10. "I Always Get Lucky With You"
...is a beautiful Freddie Powers song that Merle Haggard recorded. It reminds me to wear my heart where it belongs ...on my sleeve.
11. "Gonna Rise Again"
I was listening to "The Band" and their southern-influenced music. Next thing I knew --I'd written this song. The politics of relationship in the war between women and men...
12. "Should I Be Singing The Blues?"
What I wrote while thinking about the swing standards of yesteryear that I sang as a boy. " The stars in the sky, they won't tell me, Silvery moon hasn't spoken one word..."
13. "Thick-Soled Shoes"
I'm kind of amazed by this one, because it wrote itself. I was working away when it quite suddenly came into my head. I hopped up, wrote this old Irish tune and resumed working. When it came time to record it, I had no idea how to play it! Rick Shubb to the rescue! Rick had given me a Shubb Partial Capo he invented, which covers three strings of the guitar, leaving the other three out. I used it so it emulated a DADGAD tuning and the tune played itself. Thank you Rick!
Some Wonderful Day
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