I love this short but worth-it CD! With help from friends, I was able to have these three songs arranged for string quintet. "Heaven" and "More" are being considered for a movie (more when it's a sure thing). In the meantime, I've loved every moment of this project and hope you will too! "I Wave Bye Bye" is a stunning song written by Jesse Winchester. I've sung it here with Chris Ranney's beautiful arrangement. $7 includes shipping.
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(2014) This is my favorite album so far, but I say that after every CD I make. This one's a little more fun than previous recordings, though. I worked with Peter Tomlinson on Journey. He played accordion, organ, and various guitars. Lou Pappas played bass, Manuel Quintana and Gary Burke played drums. I did the vocals, piano, and some guitar, and I wrote the songs. The wonderful Dave Cook mixed and mastered the final tracks. I recorded my tracks in my studio in Colorado. Peter recorded his in upstate New York, so our collaboration was done mostly via email. Very fun to put it together. $14 includes shipping.
(2006) By far the biggest production of mine to date. Parachute was recorded in my home studio in upstate New York. Featured players are Tony Levin (bass) Gerry Marotta (drums) Sam Zucchinni (drums). Songs include: Parachute, More, Everyday People, Sarah, Come to Me, Here I Am, Blinded by the Love, Remember Love, World on Fire, Oh God, Tree, Wintertime, and Valentine. $14 includes shipping.
(2000) Piano based songs featuring Tony Levin, Anders Alfelt, Graham Maby, Jay Scott, Gary Burke, and Abby Newton. Songs include: Heaven, Fear from Paradise, Easter Sunday, Write Me a Love Letter (with Tony Levin's incredible interpretation on bass), Buddy's Back in Town, Like it Was, Hold Your Head Up, Cry, Where the Angels Meet, and Love is the Reason. $12 includes shipping
(1995)Guitar and piano based songs, this is often picked as a person's favorite of mine, which I find interesting. I think there's nostalgia in that view. This, I think, was the first really good recording I did. 'Good' because the players were great, and because I feel like I found my voice in these songs. 'Voice' meaning lyrics and forms more than vocal quality. See what you think! Songs include: Up on the Hill, I'm Here, One Small Cage, For You, When the Hero Falls, His Mother's Legacy (with Harmonytryx)Write Me A Love Letter (with David Keyes on bass), Motherless Child, confession, Grace, Reprise, and a subtly different mix of I'm Here tagged onto the end.
(1992) My first official recording. Boy it's a long time ago, and boy, oh boy did I learn a lot doing it. Players include Pat Bergeson (guitars, harmonica) Dave Anderson (bass) Mike Marble (drums) Jay Scott (acoustic guitar) and David Hamburger (dobro and pedal steel). Songs include: Waiting, Oh Willy, Love is All, Tears Are Full of Fear, Seasons, Sailor, Silence is Broken, Billy, Can You Hear Me?, Quit It, His Mother's Legacy, Modern Man, and Amelia. $10 includes shipping
(2007) This is a recording that I always wanted to make. I recorded this collection of standards with Peter Tomlinson (piano) and Lou Pappas (bass). Dave Cook set up my studio to record in 90+ degree weather and we played for two days straight. Very fun and very hot! Songs include: The Nearness of You, You Better Go Now, I Wish I Didn't Love You So, Dream a Little Dream of Me, For all We Know, Since I Fell For You, Two For the Road, Every Time We Say Goodbye, It Might As Well Be Spring, Good Morning, Heartache, My Ship, The Man I Love, and Where is Love. $12 includes shipping
Live recording in June 2002 at The Colony Cafe in Woodstock New York. Recorded and Mixed by Dave Cook. Songs include: Love is the Reason, When the Hero Falls, Heaven, Hold Your Head Up, I'm Here, One Small Cage, Up on the Hill, Buddy's Back in Town, His Mother's Legacy, Write Me A Love Letter, Seasons, Cry, Grace, Where the Angels Meet, and Silence is Broken. Erica Cohn, Jen Starr, and Dorraine Schofield sang with me in this show. So much fun! $10 includes shipping.
Many of you know about my son Forrest. This is a book about his short but remarkable life. It's an uplifting book, I hope. That's what people say, and that's how I feel about it.
The book is also available at Amazon for Kindle or Barnes and Noble for Nook. They'll print on demand as well, or you can order from me for $14, which includes shipping. My friend Abigail Thomas painted the cover picture. Audio Book read by me with an introduction by my father, Buck Scott, is also available.
(2003) Recorded for my mother-in-law, Shirley "Olma" Schoenberger, who loved these hymns. I learned how to read music singing hymns as a child so this was a sweet record to make. $10 includes shipping.