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Monday, August 15, 2011

Tim Briggs

By Praguefrank SESSIONS
1997 Emerald Studios, Nashville, TN/ Garden Studio, Nashville, TN/ Javelina Studios, Nashville, TN/ Music Box, Nashville, TN – Tim Briggs (Tim Briggs [vcl/gt/ mandolin/ fiddle/ harmonica], Ben Briggs [vcl/gt], Larry Hanson [ac gt/el gt/keyboards], Robert Byrne [gt], B. James Lowry [gt], Jim Harrison [el gt/bck vcl], Bill Hinds [el gt], Greg England [bass gt/bck vcl], Glenn Worf/ Larry Paxton [bass gt], Craig Krampf/ Owen Hale [drums],  Terry McMillan [harmonica/ percussion], Dwaine Rowe/ Steve Nathan [keyboards], Alan Taylor [bck vcl]. Producer: Teddy Gentry, Robert Byrne, Buddy Cannon)
001 COUPE DE VILLE Intersound 9297
002 EVERYTHING SHE NEEDS Intersound 9297
003 COUCH POTATO Intersound 9297
005 NOBODY KNOWS HER LIKE I DO Intersound 9297
006 SHE'S A COUNTRY GIRL Intersound 9297
007 NO DIFFERENCE Intersound 9297
008 MADE IN JAPAN Intersound 9297
009 WOMAN LIKE YOU Intersound 9297
011 ONE EYED DAN Intersound 9297

Intersound 9297 Tim Briggs: Coup de Ville; Everything She Needs; Couch Potato; Memphis Women and Chicken; Nobody Knows Her Like I Do; She's a Country Girl; No Difference; Made in Japan; Woman Like You; Cold Budweiser and a Sweet 'Tater; One Eyed Dan – 31-03-98

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Thanks to Michel Ruppli, not only for his books which I use daily, but also for a large amount of rare and unpublished data from his giant archive.
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Thanks to Luiz Roberto Costa for helping me with the western genre.
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Thanks to Robert Platt for priceless info on Canadian (but not only) artists.
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Thanks to Richard Weize for his idea to produce projects, which have small commercial potential, but huge value for collectors - I spend a lot of money buying boxes and CDs, sometimes mainly because of the accompanying discographies.
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