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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Tony Toliver

by Praguefrank, Mario Manciotti


1990 Sound Stage Studio, 10 Music Circle South, Nashville, TN – Tony Toliver, * and Merle Haggard (Tony Toliver [vcl/piano], Jeff jared [gt], Bill Hullett [ac gt/dobro], Don Potter [ac gt], Larry Byrom [gt], Brent Rowan [el gt], Doug Jernigan/ Sonny Garrish/ Paul Franklin [steel], Mark Crum/ Michael Rhodes. Glenn Worff [bass], Scotty Hawkins/ Eddie Bayers/ Paul Leim [drums], Wade Benson Landry/ Mark O’Connor [fiddle], Michael Rojas/Hagus Robbins/ Matt Rollings [piano], Gary Smith/ Gary Prim [piano/synthesizer], Abe Manuel [squeeze box], Curtis Young, Linda Young [bck vcl] + Mamawm J. D. Sumner and The Stamps, Ed Hill, Ed Enoch, Steve Warren, The Nashville Christ Church Choir [bck vcl-1]  + The Lloyds [2]: Mark Crun, Jeff Jared, Wade Benson Landry, Stan Smith. Producer: James Stroud)
001 BACK IN THE SWING OF THINGS -2 Capitol CDP7-94345 Curb D2-77541
002 84207 BAR STOOL FOOL Capitol CDP7-94345 Curb D2-77541
003 FREEDOM RING Capitol CDP7-94345 Curb D2-77541
004 THE COST OF LOVIN' YOU Capitol CDP7-94345 Curb D2-77541
005 SWINGING DOORS* -2 Capitol CDP7-94345 Curb D2-77541 RTS7-56042/RTD-53040
006 SPLITTIN' HEARTACHE -2 Capitol CDP7-94345 Curb D2-77541
007 SHE WAS ALL OVER HIM -2 Capitol CDP7-94345 Curb D2-77541
008 THAT'S HOW STRONG MY WEAKNESS IS -2 Capitol CDP7-94345 Curb D2-77541
009 LOST AND FOUND Capitol CDP7-94345 Curb D2-77541
010 MAMAW'S SONG -1-2 Capitol CDP7-94345 Curb D2-77541
Spring 1996 Nashville, TN – Tony Toliver (Tony Toliver [vcl/piano/keyboards], Doug Jernigan [steel],Wayne Toups [accordion], Matt Rollings [piano/keyboards] + Ricky Skaggs, Michael English, J.D. Sumner [bck vcl]. Producers: James Stroud, Kevin Beamish, Tony Toliver)
011 HALF SAINT, HALF SINNER Rising Tide RTD-53040
012 HOLD IT RIGHT THERE Rising Tide RTD-53040
013 BETTIN' FOREVER ON YOU Rising Tide RTS7-56040/RTD-53040
014 LOUISIANA LONELY Rising Tide RTS7-56040/RTD-53040
015 HE'S ON THE WAY HOME Rising Tide RTS7-56042/RTD-53040
016 I GOTTA MIND TO GO CRAZY Rising Tide RTD-53040
017 CHANGE HER MIND Rising Tide RTD-53040
018 QUICKSAND Rising Tide RTD-53040

Capitol-Curb CDP7-94345 Tony Toliver:
Back In The Swing Of Things; Bar Stool Fool; Freedom Ring; The Cost Of Lovin' You; Swinging Doors (w. Merle Haggard); Splittin' Heartache; She Was All Over Him; That's How Strong My Weakness Is; Lost And Found; Mamaw's Song – 09-04-91 (reissued on Curb D2 77541 in 1992)
Rising Tide RTD-53040 Half Saint, Half Sinner: Half Saint, Half Sinner; Hold It Right There; Bettin' Forever On You; Louisiana Lonely; He's On The Way Home; I Gotta Mind To Go Crazy; Change Her Mind; Quicksand; Just Another House For Sale; Swinging Doors - (w. Merle Haggard) - 24-09-96

Rising Tide (1996)
RTS7-56040 Bettin' Forever On You / Louisiana Lovely – 13-08-96
RTS7-56042 He's On The Way Home / Swinging Doors (w.Merle Haggard) - 12-96

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