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Cameras in the Sky is an album by American singer and songwriter Sam Phillips. It is the sixth release from her digital subscription program The Long Play.
All songs written by Sam Phillips.
Peachtree Road is the twenty-seventh studio album by British singer-songwriter Elton John, released in 2004. It was named after Peachtree Road, the northern part of Peachtree Street in Atlanta, where one of John's four homes is located. This is the only album during his long career on which John has sole credit as producer, although on some previous projects he was listed as a co-producer, with Clive Franks, or Greg Penny. It was recorded in January 2004.
Eric Gorfain is an American violinist and founder of The Section Quartet, a string quartet that plays cover versions of rock songs. He is married to singer-songwriter Sam Phillips, with whom he has toured and recorded.
Illuminations is a 1974 collaboration between Alice Coltrane and Carlos Santana. Jazz musicians Jules Broussard, Jack DeJohnette and Dave Holland also contributed to the record, on saxophone, flute, drums and bass.
A Boot and a Shoe is the tenth studio album released by American singer and songwriter, Sam Phillips. The album was released in April 2004 and produced by T Bone Burnett.
Cruel Inventions is the sixth studio album by American singer and songwriter Sam Phillips.
The Section Quartet is a string quartet founded by Eric Gorfain that performs cover versions of rock songs.
Choirs of the Eye is the debut studio album by Kayo Dot, released on Tzadik Records in 2003. It was released shortly after the breakup of maudlin of the Well, with the band consisting of several members from the former band as well as guest performers who are friends of band members. The album is titled after a lyric from the maudlin of the Well song "Blight of River-Systems", on My Fruit Psychobells...A Seed Combustible. SputnikMusic voted it as one of the best metal albums of the 2000s. The group performed the entire album in 2010 to two sold out nights in Brooklyn, New York.
The Greatest Hits is the first compilation album by country singer Clint Black. It compiles 12 hit songs from his first five albums. It also includes four new recordings: the singles "Like the Rain" and "Half Way Up", as well as "Cadillac Jack Favor" and a live cover of the Eagles' "Desperado". Black had originally covered this song in 1993 for the album, Common Thread: The Songs of the Eagles.
The Official Fiction was the fourth studio album by Australian band Something for Kate. The album debuted at Number 1 on the ARIA charts and earned platinum status for sales exceeding 70,000 units. It earned the band four ARIA Music Award nominations and took out Rolling Stone's Album of the Year and Single of the Year for "Déjà Vu". The first single from the album, "Déjà Vu", remains a staple of their live sets. It was followed by two other singles, "Song For A Sleepwalker" and "Moving Right Along".
All Killer, No Filler: The Anthology is a 1993 box set collecting 42 songs by rock and roll and rockabilly pioneer Jerry Lee Lewis from the mid-1950s to the 1980s, including 27 charting hits. The album has been critically well received. In 2003, Rolling Stone listed the album at #245 in its list of "Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time", maintaining its rating in a 2012 revised list. Country Music: The Rough Guide indicated that "[t]his is the kind of full-bodied, decades-spanning treatment that Lewis's long, diverse career more than well deserves."
The Walls Came Down is the fifth studio album released by country music artist Collin Raye. The album's lead-off single, "I Can Still Feel You", was Raye's fourth and final Number One on the Billboard country charts. Other singles from this album were the Top Five hits "Someone You used to Know" and "Anyone Else", as well as the number 39-peaking "Start Over Georgia", which he co-wrote with his brother Scotty Wray. Although not released as a single, the track "The Eleventh Commandment" was made into a music video, which aired on CMT and TNN. "Make Sure You've Got It All" was later recorded by Diamond Rio on their 2002 album Completely.
How I Long to Feel That Summer in My Heart is the seventh full-length studio album by Gorky's Zygotic Mynci. It was released on 18 September 2001 in the US, and on 24 September 2001 in the UK. It includes the single "Stood on Gold".
Don't Do Anything is the eleventh studio album by American singer and songwriter Sam Phillips. The album is Phillips' first to be self-produced and was released on June 3, 2008.
Welcome to the Woods is the third studio album by the American country music band The Lost Trailers, released on Universal/Republic Records on April 20, 2004. The album produced one single, "Down in the Valley", that failed to enter the Hot Country Songs chart.
Civilians is the eleventh studio album by Joe Henry, released on August 18, 2007. It was his first album of new material since his 2003 album Tiny Voices. Henry recorded the album at The Garfield House in South Pasadena, California between January 9–12 and February 22, 2007. The album also includes guest musicians Loudon Wainwright III, Bill Frisell, Greg Leisz, and Van Dyke Parks.
Cheat the Gallows is the third studio album by American progressive rock/progressive metal band Bigelf.
Steal Another Day is an album released in 2003 by country music artist Steve Wariner and his first studio album for SelecTone Records. The album produced two singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart "I'm Your Man" and "Snowfall on the Sand" which reached 58 and 52 respectively.
Push Any Button is the tenth studio album by American musician Sam Phillips. It was released in August 2013 by Littlebox Recordings.
Echo in the Canyon is a soundtrack for the documentary film of the same name.