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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Carrie Hassler

2nd version
by Praguefrank, Thieu Van DeVorst
2004 Carrie Hassler And Hard Rain
unknown tracks for Rain And Shine album
2006 unknown - Carrie Hassler And Hard Rain (Carrie Hassler [vcl], Steve Reece [tenor/baritone vcl], Jim VanCleve [baritone/bass vcl/gt/fiddle/strings/bck vcl], Clay Jones [gt], Josh Swift [resonator gt/dobro], Josh Miller [banjo], Adam Steffey [mandolin] + Darrin Vincent [bck vcl], Clay Jones, Adam Steffey, Jim VanCleve [bck vcl]. Producer: Jim VanCleve)
013 RESTLESS STATE OF MIND Rural Rhythm RHY 1028
015 OUR LAST GOODBYE Rural Rhythm RHY 1028
016 GOING ON THE NEXT TRAIN Rural Rhythm RHY 1028
017 LEAVIN' ON YOUR MIND Rural Rhythm RHY 1028
018 LEAVING YOU BEHIND Rural Rhythm RHY 1028
019 SENSABAUGH TUNNEL Rural Rhythm RHY 1028
020 LEAST THAT I CAN DO Rural Rhythm RHY 1028
021 HARD RAIN Rural Rhythm RHY 1028
022 NOW THAT SHE'S GONE Rural Rhythm RHY 1028
023 LOVE IS OUR BUSINESS Rural Rhythm RHY 1028
2008 OmniSound Studio A, Nashville, TN/1808 Icon Room, Nashville, TN/Walton Trace Studio, Nashville, TN - Carrie Hassler And Hard Rain (Carrie Hassler [vcl], Josh Miller [gt/ banjo], Jim VanCleve [gt/violin/fiddle/strings/percussion], Keith McKinnon [gt], Kevin McKinnon [mandolin], Travis Anderson [bass gt], Ken Lewis [drums/percussion], Jamie Harper [fiddle]. Producer: Jim van Cleve)
024 I CAN GO BACK ANYTIME Rural Rhythm RHY 1037
025 FAITH AND HOPE Rural Rhythm RHY 1037
026 COUNTRY STRONG Rural Rhythm RHY 1037
027 FICKLE HEART Rural Rhythm RHY 1037
028 I DON'T WANT TO WAKE UP Rural Rhythm RHY 1037
029 SECOND CHANCES Rural Rhythm RHY 1037
030 DEVIL'S DEN Rural Rhythm RHY 1037
031 ONE WAY TRACK TO NOWHERE Rural Rhythm RHY 1037
033 TURN THE PAGE Rural Rhythm RHY 1037
034 SHE'S A STRANGER IN HIS MIND Rural Rhythm RHY 1037
035 1800 MILES Rural Rhythm RHY 1037
036 WHERE'S CARRIE? Rural Rhythm RHY 1037
2011 he Curve Studio, Cumberland Gap, TN - Carrie Hassler And Hard Rain (Carrie Hassler [vcl], Tim Stafford [gt], Justin Moses [dobro/fiddle], Ron Stewart [banjo/fiddle], Alan Bibey [mandolin], Mark Laws [percussion])
037 LUXURY LINER Rural Rhythm RHY 1092
038 ALL I HAVE TO DO IS BREATHE Rural Rhythm RHY 1092
039 CATCH MY BREATHE Rural Rhythm RHY 1092
040 KEEP YOUR MEMORY WARM Rural Rhythm RHY 1092
041 EUGENE AND DIANE Rural Rhythm RHY 1092
042 GIVE MY LOVE Rural Rhythm RHY 1092
043 GET ME OVER YOU Rural Rhythm RHY 1092
044 DISTANCE Rural Rhythm RHY 1092

no label no # Rain And Shine: (tracks unknown) - 04
Rural Rhythm RHY 1028 Carrie Hassler and Hard Rain: Restless State of Mind; Seven Miles from Wichita; Our Last Goodbye; Going on the Next Train; Leavin' on Your Mind; Leaving You Behind; Sensabaugh Tunnel; Least that I can do; Hard Rain; Now That She's Gone; Love Is Our Business- 26-09-06
Rural Rhythm RHY 1037 CHHR 2: I Can Go Back Anytime; Faith and Hope; Country Strong; Fickle Heart; I Don't Want To Wake Up; Second Chances; Devil's Den; One Way Track to Nowhere; If These Walls Could Talk; Turn The Page; She's A Stranger In His Mind; 1800 Miles; Where's Carrie? - 29-07-08
Rural Rhythm RHY-CD 1092 The Distance: Luxury Liner; All I Have To Do Is Breathe; Catch My Breathe; Keep Your Memory Warm; Eugene And Diane; Give My Love; Get Me Over You; Distance - 24-04-12

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