Joey Stec : Desire

CD [Cover Art for Joey Stec / Desire] Your Price: $17.51
Availability: In Stock
Sell date: 11/2006
Label: CD Baby
Mfg's Catalog#: 5900010
CDC Part#: 1603356
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 Notes & Reviews
 
If you didn't already know, Joey is a talented writer, accomplished musician and experienced record producer. From the Millennium to the Blues Magoos to Joey Stec his talents speak for themselves. Joey is backed up on his album by Carl Radle (Derek and the Dominos), Bobby Keyes (Rolling Stones), Jim Gordon (Traffic) and Joe Lala (Manassas). The album is produced by none other than Jimmy Miller, producer for the Rolling Stones, Traffic, and Blind Faith. The many facets of Joey's song writing abilities and musicianship come to light in this effort. Joey Stec is a musical experience not to be missed. Joey performed and recorded with some of the most accomplished musicians of the past three decades. As a studio musician in Los Angeles, he played guitar on many records of the sixties and seventies, performing with Jimmy Griffin of Bread, Michael Clark of The Byrds, Chris Hillman of The Byrds, Jim Gordon of Traffic, Rick Gretch of Blind Faith, Carl Radle of Derek and the Dominos, Gram Parsons of The Flying Burrito Brothers, Bobbie Keyes of The Rolling Stones, Luke Brighty of The Blessing, Michael Botts of Bread, Tommy Bolin, Chad and Jeremy, Sagittarius, Gary Usher (composer for The Beach Boys), Curt Boettcher (producer of 'Cherish' and 'Along Comes Mary'), Keith Olsen (producer of Fleetwood Mac) Claudia Lenear, David Foster, Danny Seraphine, Jimmy Miller, Andy Johns, Kenny Jones, Crazy Horse, Leon Russell and Joey Melotti. Jerry Scheff, Joey Lala, Leon Russell, Chuck Blackwell, Tom Brumley, Randy Meisner, Rusty Young, Spencer Davis, and countless other great musicians of the past four decades. ANOTHER GREAT CD BY SONIC PAST MUSIC.

 
 Tracks
 
Desire
Back Again
Do You Know
Easy to Love
Turn Back the Page
Even Angeles
I Wish It Would Rain
Happier
Then
Give My Love to You
No Knowing
Standing Here Alone
Tired Old Soul