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Saturday, November 5, 2011

David Lynn Jones

*15-01-1950 Bexar, AR
2nd version
by Praguefrank


ca. April 1987 Nashville, TN – David Lynn Jones (Producer: Richie Albright, Mick Ronson and David Lynn Jones)
001 2-59142 BONNIE JEAN (LITTLE SISTER) Mercury 888 733-7/422 832 518-1
002 2-59143 VALLEY OF A THOUSAND YEARS 888 733-7 872 054-7/422 832 518-1
003 2-59144 HIGH RIDIN' HEROES 870 128-7/422 832 518-1
004 2-59145 HOME OF MY HEART 870 525-7/422 832 518-1
005 2-59146 THE ROGUE 870 525-7/422 832 518-1
006 2-59147? NO EASY WAY OUT 422 832 518-1
007 2-59148 LIVING IN THE PROMISELAND 870 128-7/422 832 518-1
008 2-59149 TONIGHT IN AMERICA 872 054-7/422 832 518-1
009 2-59150? HARD TIMES ON EASY STREET 422 832 518-1
010 2-59151? SEE HOW FAR WE'VE COME 422 832 518-1
ca Fall 1989 Alamo, Bexar, AR/Masters Touch Recording Studio, Nashville, TN/The Music Mill, Nashville, TN Nashville, TN – David Lynn Jones (David Lynn Jones [vcl/gt/keyboards], Brent Rowan [gt], Paul Franklin [steel], Michael Rhodes [bass], Eddie Bayers, Jr. [drums],  Hank Hunsinger [fiddle], Terry McMillan [harp/percussion], R.P. Harrell/David Briggs/Bobby Wood/Bobby Emmons [keyboards], Jim Horn [sax], Bob Henderson [sax], Perry Rhodes, Donna Rhodes, Jana King, Craig Morris, Pamela Brown, Anthony Martin, R.P. Harrell, Joe Scaife, Jimmy Everett, Eddie Howard, Charlie Chalmers, Sandra Chalmers Brenda Barnett [bck vcl]. Producer: Richie Albright and David Lynn Jones)
011 89-1618 I FEEL A CHANGE COMIN' ON 858 254-7/836 951-2
012 89-1619? LONELY TOWN 836 951-2
013 89-1620? WALKIN' THROUGH THE FIRE 836 951-2
014 89-1621 WHEN TIMES WERE GOOD 875 624-7/836 951-2
015 89-1622? LET IT FADE 836 951-2
016 89-1623? AIN'T NO EASY ROADS 836 951-2
017 89-1624? STUMBLIN' STONE 836 951-2
018 89-1625 ONE SONG 836 951-2
019 89-1626? WE WERE ALL A LOT OLDER THEN 875 624-7/836 951-2
020 89-1627? OUR FATHER'S SON 836 951-2
ca early 1992 Alamo, Bexar, AR – David Lynn Jones (David Lynn Jones [vcl/gt/percussion], Robby Springfield [gt/steel/bck vcl], Tim Crouch [mandolin],  Jerry Bone [bass], Rick Richards [drums], Richie Albright [percussion], Terry McMillan [harp/percussion], R.P. Harrell [keyboards/bck vcl], Bob Henderson [sax/bck vcl], Philip Moore [trombone], Debbie Harrell, Jimmie Lou Springfield, Michel Stone [bck vcl]. Producer: Richie Albright and David Lynn Jones)
021 THE SAILOR Liberty CDP 0777-7-97251-2
022 LOUISE Liberty CDP 0777-7-97251-2
023 TALK TO ME Liberty CDP 0777-7-97251-2
024 EVERY ROAD IS AN OPEN DOOR Liberty CDP 0777-7-97251-2
025 HER LOVE DON'T LIE Liberty CDP 0777-7-97251-2
026 EVEN ONE Liberty CDP 0777-7-97251-2
028 THE LAND OF ALA Liberty CDP 0777-7-97251-2
029 JUDGEMENT DAY Liberty CDP 0777-7-97251-2
030 WHAT ARE WE LIVIN' FOR Liberty CDP 0777-7-97251-2
ca late 1993 Nashville, TN – David Lynn Jones
031 A DAY IN CALIFORNIA Liberty CDP 0777-7-99159-2
032 THE LITTLE AMERICAN Liberty CDP 0777-7-99159-2
033 HERE COMES THE NIGHT Liberty CDP 0777-7-99159-2
034 OUR JUST REWARD Liberty CDP 0777-7-99159-2
035 SHOOT FOR THE SKY Liberty CDP 0777-7-99159-2
036 WHO'S DRIVING THIS TRAIN Liberty CDP 0777-7-99159-2
037 SLEEPING WITH THE JAILER Liberty CDP 0777-7-99159-2
038 NIGHTINGALE WALTZ Liberty CDP 0777-7-99159-2
039 CHAINS Liberty CDP 0777-7-99159-2
040 CROSSROADS IN Liberty CDP 0777-7-99159-2
Mercury 832 518-1/832 518-2 Hard Times On Easy Street: Bonnie Jean (Little Sister); High Ridin' Heroes; Home Of My Heart; The Rogue; No Easy Way Out; Living In The Promiseland; Tonight In America; Valley Of A Thousand Years; Hard Times On Easy Street; See How Far We've Come – 17-08-87
Mercury 836 951-2 Wood, Wind And Stone: I Feel A Change Comin' On; Lonely Town; Walkin' Through The Fire; When Times Were Good; Let It Fade; Ain't No Easy Roads; Stumblin' Stone; One Song; We Were All A Lot Older Then; Our Father's Son – 03-04-90
Liberty CDP-0777-7-97251-2 Mixed Emotions: The Sailor; Louise; Talk To Me; Every Road Is An Open Door; Her Love Don't Lie; Even One; Heart Like A Roadsign, Head Like A Wheel; The Land Of Ala; Judgement Day; What Are We Livin' For – 27-04-92
Liberty CDP-0777-7-99159-2 Play By Ear: A Day In California; The Little American; Here Comes The Night; Our Just Reward; Shoot For The Sky; Who's Driving This Train; Sleeping With The Jailer; Nightingale Waltz; Chains; Crossroads In – 05-04-94

Mercury (1987-90)
888 733-7 Bonnie Jean / Valley Of A Thousand Years - 08-87
870 128-7 High Ridin' Heroes / Living In The Promiseland - 01-88
870 525-7 The Rogue / Home Of My Heart - 07-88
872 054-7 Tonight In America / Valley Of A Thousand Years - 10-88
875 624-7 When Times Were Good / We Were All A Lot Older Then - 07-90
858 254-7 I Feel A Chance Comin' On / ? – ca. 02-94

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