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Det var rätt mycket det där, faktiskt. Och det låter inte alls så onyanserat som i din flashiga rubrikliknande svar innan - alla mina hattar av för dig. Intressant är att det är nog bara jag av oss två som jobbat (eller jobbar) med musik. Du kanske vill att jag ger ett gott ord för dig någon gång till någon som kan behöva din hjälp? Vem vet, det kanske jag gör. -Jag är ju känd för min snällhet.

Yrkesmusiker är ju de som får betalt av någon för att lira. Enligt definition. Detta gör alla inblandade till sådana (även Jay, på något sätt, dock ej skrikande barnen). Fast det är lite kasst med jobb för ESB utanför Bruce vinnarcirkel. Därför är en del av dom lite frågetecken i praktiken.

Sen är det ju lite tråkigt att du sväljer myten att någons död gjorde att BS blev "ung igen" - tror inte det håller om 10 år.

Efter den misshandel jag genomgick i Bergen med usel konsert är jag i stort sett bara glad över att ha överlevt eländet. Så jag aktar mig för likande upplevelser i framtiden.

Hm.
Spännande att du ger en kommentar om att någon annan skriver något onyanserat och flashigt.
Menar du att det faktum att du jobbar inom evenemangsindustrin skulle vara detsamma som att du skulle vara musikalisk? :blink:
Om jag säljer grönsaker på Coop så betyder det ju inte att jag per automatik kan någonting om att odla grönsaker. Däremot kan jag tycka att en grönsak är god och att en annan är äcklig.

Vad är det för myt du talar om? Var kan man läsa om den?
Att du är snäll är ingenting jag bestrider. Men det är en annan diskussion.

Eftersom du är den som påstår att det är lite kasst med jobb för ESB utanför BS (jämfört med medlemmarna i The Other Band förmodar jag att du menar), så tänkte jag vara bekväm nog att låta dig belägga ditt påstående med lite faktauppgifter. ESB vs TOB alltså.

Jag ger dig en hjälpande hand i början:
GARRY W TALLENT
    AS STUDIO MUSICIAN AND PRUDUCER.
  • The Believers: Garry produced the first recording by The Believers, 1992's I'm Your Prisoner. The album was recorded in Moondog Studio and engineered by Tim Coats. Their sound has been defined as "Jersey soul", "bluesy pop" and "straight ahead rock-n-roll."
  • Billy Pilgrim: This folk duo's "Bloom" (circa 1995) has Garry on the bass duties.
  • Gary U.S. Bonds: Bruce and the E St. Band lent a helpin' hand to one of their idols. Dedication (1981), On the Line (1982). Garry not only played bass,he also got credits on Dedication as associate producer and co-producer of the additional recording and mix together with Steve Van Zandt.
  • Cindy Bullens: In the summer of 2004, Cindy gathered with an all-star band at Ray Kennedy's Room & Board Studio in Hermitage, Tennessee, to record her sixth solo album, Dream #29. Featuring George Marinelli (Bonnie Raitt) on guitar, Dennis Burnside on keys, Ginger Cote (The Coming Grass) on drums, and Garry on bass; Dream #29 is an absorbing collection of rock & roll, balancing poignant and introspective songs with a down-and-dirty rock & roll attitude. You can check a couple of shots from the sessions here: Garry & session band.
  • Sonny Burguess: This former Sun Records recording artist got Garry to produce his self-titled album in 1996. Garry also plays electric bass on "Bigger Than Elvis" and "Hell Yes I Cheated", acoustic guitar and he worked on the mastering too.
  • Solomon Burke: Garry plays upright bass on "Nasville" (2006), this album has been recorded at Buddy Miller's house in Nashville (where else?).
  • Paul Burlison: On this legendary rockabilly guitarist's 1997 album "Train Kept A-Rollin,'" Garry's credited with playing acoustic bass on the title track, and bass on "Memphis Blues" and "Trouble is I'm in Love with You."
  • The Burns Sisters: Garry produced and mixed their 1997 In this World.
  • Julian Clerc: Amours Secretes, Passion Publique (1991).
  • Rodney Crowell: We've got Garry in "Until Now" and "Standin' on a Rock," Thing Called Love soundtrack (1993).
  • Clifford Curry: "Clifford's Blues" (1996) features no other than Mr. Garry W. Tallent on bass.
  • Julian Dawson: Garry produced Dawson first recording for BMG/Ariola, the 1991's release Fragile As China. They went back into the studio for the recording of 1992's "Headlines" and "Travel On" (1995). Update: Garry appears in Spark, released in 1999.
  • James Deely and The Valiants: This band has recorded at Garry and Tom Elliot's Shore Fire Studios.
  • The Delevantes: Originally fron N.J., Garry approached the duo at a nightclub after hearing their accents and pegging them as fellow New Jerseyites.Then he joined forces with publisher Mike Porter and well-known Nashville producer Mike Clute to produce their first album, Long About That Time, where he also plays bass. Garry also played bass and produced their first album for Capitol Nashville, Postcards From Along The Way.
  • Bob Delevante: Garry plays bass on his new solo album "Columbus and the Colossal Mistake" (scheduled to be released on April 2006). I'll update this entry as soon as I get the album. He also played on his first solo effort: "Porchlight" released in 1999 (I love this album).
  • Dignus: Signed with Garry's record label D'ville Records and releases their debut album "In Your World" (1996) produced by Garry himself.
  • DownTown Mystic:Garry and Max guest in their song "Brian Jones". The sound of this band is influenced by 60's pop icons and 70's rockers but with a modern approach
  • Francis Dunnery: Tall Blond Helicopter (1995). Garry plays the bass guitar.
  • Steve Earle: I feel alright (1996): Garry plays bass in the closing track "You're still standin' there", a great duet between Steve and Lucinda Williams. The 2002 release SideTracks credits Garry among some of the finest Nashville bassists in the album, he plays bass in two tracks: "Time has come today" and Bob Dylan's "My back pages".
  • Tommy John Ehman: "Wheels of Life" (2008). Acording to the credits on this album Garry recorded the bass parts on "Moondog West" studio in Montana where Garry relocated a few years ago. You can view a gallery of the recording sessions.
  • The Excello Legends: Tennesee R&B (1998).
  • Danny Federici: Remember the name: "Flemington" that's Danny's hometown and the title of his first solo album (1997). Expect the unexpected, from the Jersey Shore sound to smooth jazz compositions. A great album where Garry together with Nils Lofgren lend a hand to his E St. mate.
  • Anne Feeney: Garry has played bass in several albums.
  • The Floating Men: This acoustic-rock trio second album "Invoking Michelangelo" (1995) has Garry on production.
  • Steve Forbert: Garry produced his 1988's "Streets of This Town" and played bass and produced "Mission Of The Crossroad Palms". He's also credited on mixing and production in the 2001 "Live at the Bottom Line". Garry has produced the 2002 release "Any Old Time: Songs of Jimmie Rodgers" where he joins in on electric guitar and Fender bass for "Rough and Rowdy Ways". Although minimal, he only plays additional bass in one track, Garry is credited in "Just Like There's Nothin' To It". Released on 2007, "Strange Names & New Sensations" features Garry's bass in most of the tracks.
  • Foster & Lloyd: Version of the Truth (1990).
  • Greta Gaines: No Information available at the moment.
  • Gigi: Garry plays bass on Gigi Dover's (former lead singer of the Rank Outsiders) 2002 release Unpicked Flowers. Rootsy country-rock.
  • Kevin Gordon: Garry gives a rest to his bass to produce Kevin Gordon's latest project. A limited-issue E.P. CD, "Ilinois 5 a.m." features 5 tracks from the new recording plus two previously unreleased rarities.He also works on Cadillac Jack's #1 Son (1998).
  • Robert Gordon: Rockabilly revivalist Robert Gordon's Live Fast, Die Young (1989), All for the Love of Rock'n'Roll (1994) and All For The Love Of Money (1999) features Garry on bass.
  • Henry Gross: Garry plays bass on I'm Hearing Things (2001). He also played bass on A Promise To My Heart and No sign of Love on the Nothing But Dreams album in 1992.
  • Emmylou Harris: Brand New Dance (1990).
  • Hoopsnakes: It´s been a long collaboration between Garry an the Hoopsnakes. He recorded and produced 1995's Ten the Hard Way as well as 1990's Jump In and Hang On. Garry also mixed his debut studio release for the first ever national offering of the self-titled release. This blues/rock band have released four albums and they have been gigging across the Midwest for 20 years.
  • Michael Humphrey: "It's About Time" (2005) Garry on bass.
  • Phil Humphrey: "That Was Then This Is Now" (2005).
  • Ian Hunter: "You're Never Alone With a Schizophrenic" (1979). "Once Bitten Twice Shy"(2000)
  • Duane Jarvis: On Jarvis' second solo release, Far From Perfect Garry played bass and took the production duties.
  • Jonh Barlow Jarvis: Garry is one of the guest musicians in Pure Contours (1990). Session keyboardist John Jarvis has performed on rock and country albums since the mid-'70s with artists such as Randy Travis, Hank Williams Jr., Art Garfunkel, Air Supply, and Jimmy Buffet, among others.
  • Evan Jones and The H-Bombs: "from high-throttle rock n' roll and blistering blues and ballads, to Tex-Mex and two step, and anything in between" The Man worked on Evan Johns & His H-Bombs (1986. producer), Bombs Away (1989, producer, mastering) and Love Is Murder (1997, producer,engineer and mixing).
  • J.A.M: Jersey Artists for Mankind (1986).
  • Mary Karlzen: "The Wanderlust Diaries" (2007). The band features Garry on bass & Ken Coomer on drums (Uncle Tupelo & Wilco)
  • Robert Earl Keen Jr.: Garry worked on A Bigger Piece of the Sky (1993) wherehe played bass, percussion and drumms and on Gringo Hoonymoon (1994).
  • Cheri Knight: "The Northeast Kingdom"(1998) Extremely ambitious, smart mainstream pop with a lot of indie rock and country elements. Garry plays bass in the whole album.
  • Fred Koller: Sweet Baby Fred (1998).
  • Josie Kuhn: Garry again on bass in her 1994 album produced by Steve Forbert. "Walks with Lions" (1995).
  • Lucky Man Clark: Joe "Guido" Welsh's band. His 2002 album, titled Seaworthy due by February 1, 2002 features Garry on bass in some tracks. Click for picks of the sessions: pic1 pic2
  • Lance Larson- well-known musician of the Jersey Shore. His first CD, "To Make A Long Story Short: The Lost Asbury Tapes," (2001) features Garry on bass in one track: Devil's Right Hand (written by Steve Earle). The album was partially recorded in the Shorefire Studios.
  • Jim Lauderdale: Garry becomes a "Dream Player" on JL's latest album: "Honey Songs" (2008); other Dream players are James Burton, Glen D. Hardin and Ron Tutt from Elvis Presley’s band and Al Perkins. If that wasn’t enough vocal help arrives in the form of Emmylou, Buddy Miller, Kelly Hogan and Patty Loveless. Garry also plays bass in "In Harm's Way", "It's Hard To Keep A Secret Anymore", "What Do You Say To That", "You're Tempting Me" and "Hole In My Head" from Persimmons (1996); all tracks in Whisper (1998) but #2 and 10 and Onward Through It All (1999). 2001 Update: Garry plays bass again for Jim Lauderdale in his new album "The Other Sessions", released in June 2001. Garry has also play with him at the Grand Ole Opry earlier this year. The 2002 release The Hummingbirds has Garry again in the credits sharing the bass duties with other great Nashville players.
  • RON LASALLE AND THE EAST SIDE ROCKERS: "Just the Way That I am"(1994) was recorded in Moondog Studio. Ron has a new album out now "Too Angry To Pray" that you won't regret to buy.
  • G.B. Leighton: "Come Alive" (1996). Bass.
  • Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul: Men Without Women (1982).
  • Bill Lloyd: "Set to Pop" (1994). First Bill Lloyd album of the post-Foster era marked a return to his pure-pop proclivities, joined by noted sidemen Al Kooper and Garry on bass in "Trampoline", "In a Perfect World" and "The S.W.A.T. team of Love".
  • Los Lobos: In 1987 Los Lobos released the soundtrack for La Bamba, the film about Ritchie Valens' life. Garry coproduced the song Crying, Waiting, Hoping together with Marshall Crenshaw.
  • Darlene Love: "All Alone on Christmas" (1992).
  • PAUL METSA: A folksinger that plays folk, rock and jazz. Garry has play bass in Whistling Past the Graveyard (1993).He has a great website where you can download some of his songs for free and get pictures of him with Bruce and many others.
  • Buddy & Julie Miller: Garry is one of the bass players in this selftitled 2001 release.
  • Scotty Moore: "All the King's Men" (1997) The original guitarist and drummer of Elvis Presley's band--Scotty Moore and DJ Fontana, respectively--teamed up with rock'n'roll icons they inspired for an album of new material with a rootsy flavor and a nod to Presley's legend. Among those icons: Mr. Garry W. Tallent on bass and engineer.
  • Leroy Preston: "Country Pedigree" (1997). Garry plays bass in the whole album.
  • The Outlaws: Waylon Jennings/Willie Nelson/ Jessi Colter/ Tompall Glaser. This supergroup released Wanted! in 1976 with Garry on bass.
  • Randy Scruggs: The album: Crown of jewels, the song: Passin' Thru, the bass player: Yeeeeeeah!
  • "Stormin' Norman" Seldon: One of the Jersey Shore's first stars. It was Norman's Seldon record label that released the classic single "Molly", by shore favorites the Motifs in 1967. The band was led by brothers Walter & Raymond Cichon and had Vinny Roslyn, who would later join Steel Mill with Bruce, Vini and Danny Federici. In 1969, Norman's band, The Joyful Noize, would release their debut album featuring a then unheralded saxophone player named Clarence Clemons. For the album about the Asbury Park scene, Norman released "Misery Loves Company". Recorded in the late '70s, it features backing from Clarence, Garry, Max Weinberg, and Danny Federici. It will go down as a shore classic.
  • Rank Outsiders: In 1996 the band recorded their second CD, Checkpoint at Garry’s Moondog Studio in Nahville. Rank Outsiders has a unique approach to country-influenced rock and roll.
  • Gwil Owen: As far as I know he was going to sign with D'ville Records and Garry would produce an album for him.
  • Leroy Preston: "Country Pedigree" (1997) Garry on bass.
  • David Sancious: Former E Streeter David Sancious (1972).
  • Billy Joe Shaver: Garry plays bass on "The Earth Rolls On"(2001).
  • P.F. Sloan: "Sailover" (2006). Garry plays bass on 4 tracks.
  • Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes: "Reach Up and Touch the Sky" (1981), "Better Days" (1991), "All I Want is Everything: The Best"(1993), Messin' With The Blues (2000). It's been a long time for the E Street Band and the Asbury Jukes being together and the last Asbury Jukes recording 'Messin' With The Blues' shows us Garry more involved than ever; He has not only played bass and produced the whole album, he has even cowritten five of the songs. As the title says, this album oozes blues...and them some R&B. A classic tone with a fresh approach and a live feeling makes this album a must have for all blues lovers.
  • Ronnie Spector & the E Street Band: The whole E St. Band joined forces with Ronnie Spector in the recording of "Say Goodbye To Hollywood" (1977).
  • Soundtrack: "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York" (1992). Steve Van Zandt wrote All Alone In Christmas for Darlene Love (ex- Phil Spector singer) and took four other E Streeters with him to recreate the "wall of sound". Of course Garry was the bass player.
  • Soundtrack: "Hapy Texas" (1999). This soundtrack includes Passin' Through (Randy Scruggs) with Garry on bass.
  • Soundtrack: "Steal this Movie" (2000).
  • Greg Trooper: A Jersey native that's been around for quite sometime singing and writing good country songs. Garry worked on "Everywhere" (1992) and produced his third album Noises In The Hallway (1996).
  • Various artists: No Nukes: The MUSE Concerts soundtrack (1979).
  • Various Artists: In Harmony 2 (1981).
  • Various Artists: The Sounds of Asbury Park N.J. (1980).
  • Various Artists: U.S.A. For Africa: We Are the World (1985).
  • Various Artists: J.A.M. ’86 (Jersey Artists for Mankind): We’ve Got the Love/Save Love, Save Life (7” single, 1986).
  • Various Artists: "Folkways: A Vision Shared - A Tribute to Woody Guthrie & Leadbelly" (1988).
  • Various Artists: "For the Love of Harry. Everybody sings Nilsson " (1995).
  • Various Artists: "Rig Rock Deluxe: A Musical Salute to the American Truck Drivers" (1996).
  • Various Artists: "One Step Up/ Two Steps Back: The Songs Of Bruce Springsteen" (1997).
  • Various Artists: Uprooted: The Best of Roots Country Singer/Songwriters (1998).
  • Various Artists: Don't worry, Sing The Blues (1998). (Producer).
  • Various Artists: Pop Music, The Modern Era 1976-1999 (1999). Hungry Heart(B.S.) is included in this compilation.
  • Various Artists: Rock: Train Kept a Rollin' (1999). Born To Run (B.S.) is included in this compilation.
  • Various Artists:: Garry played bass in "National Health Care Now" included in the cd "Sing we Sing" (1990) to help arm the Go We Go campaign with songs for an honest, vital Green America and to help elect Ralph Nader president. I don't know if Garry collaborated with the campaign or was just a session musician.
  • Various Artists:: Garry is among the bass players that appear in "From Hell to Breakfast: A Taste of Sugar Hill' Texas Singer Songwriters" (2002).
  • Mike Wells: Garry was producing demos for singer/songwriter, Mike Wells, in the late eighties and early nineties. Nothing of the sessions at Shorefire Studios in N.J. were officially released. Mike Wells went on to become a staff songwriter for Warner Bros. and now is working in the Christian market in Nashville. (Thanks to Alex Houton from the Alex Houton Band for the info).
  • Jim Witter: Garry shares the bass duties with Mike Chapman (another Nashville session great) in this artist's 1993 selftitled album.
  • Kelly Willis: Well-Traveled Love (1990).
  • Tom Wilson: Garry plays bass in "Dog Years" (2006). In this record you can also enjoy another great bassist: Motown's Funk Brother Bob Babbitt.
  • Bob Woodruff: Garry plays bass in Desire Road, the second album by the NY native Woodruff. Country-rock deluxe.
  • Who's Your Daddy: Garry produced "Big Love/Hi-Low" by the band from New Jersey (forerunners of The Delevantes).

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Hm.
Spännande att du ger en kommentar om att någon annan skriver något onyanserat och flashigt.
Menar du att det faktum att du jobbar inom evenemangsindustrin skulle vara detsamma som att du skulle vara musikalisk? :blink:
Om jag säljer grönsaker på Coop så betyder det ju inte att jag per automatik kan någonting om att odla grönsaker. Däremot kan jag tycka att en grönsak är god och att en annan är äcklig.

Vad är det för myt du talar om? Var kan man läsa om den?
Att du är snäll är ingenting jag bestrider. Men det är en annan diskussion.

Eftersom du är den som påstår att det är lite kasst med jobb för ESB utanför BS (jämfört med medlemmarna i The Other Band förmodar jag att du menar), så tänkte jag vara bekväm nog att låta dig belägga ditt påstående med lite faktauppgifter. ESB vs TOB alltså.

Jag ger dig en hjälpande hand i början:
GARRY W TALLENT
    AS STUDIO MUSICIAN AND PRUDUCER.
  • The Believers: Garry produced the first recording by The Believers, 1992's I'm Your Prisoner. The album was recorded in Moondog Studio and engineered by Tim Coats. Their sound has been defined as "Jersey soul", "bluesy pop" and "straight ahead rock-n-roll."
  • Billy Pilgrim: This folk duo's "Bloom" (circa 1995) has Garry on the bass duties.
  • Gary U.S. Bonds: Bruce and the E St. Band lent a helpin' hand to one of their idols. Dedication (1981), On the Line (1982). Garry not only played bass,he also got credits on Dedication as associate producer and co-producer of the additional recording and mix together with Steve Van Zandt.
  • Cindy Bullens: In the summer of 2004, Cindy gathered with an all-star band at Ray Kennedy's Room & Board Studio in Hermitage, Tennessee, to record her sixth solo album, Dream #29. Featuring George Marinelli (Bonnie Raitt) on guitar, Dennis Burnside on keys, Ginger Cote (The Coming Grass) on drums, and Garry on bass; Dream #29 is an absorbing collection of rock & roll, balancing poignant and introspective songs with a down-and-dirty rock & roll attitude. You can check a couple of shots from the sessions here: Garry & session band.
  • Sonny Burguess: This former Sun Records recording artist got Garry to produce his self-titled album in 1996. Garry also plays electric bass on "Bigger Than Elvis" and "Hell Yes I Cheated", acoustic guitar and he worked on the mastering too.
  • Solomon Burke: Garry plays upright bass on "Nasville" (2006), this album has been recorded at Buddy Miller's house in Nashville (where else?).
  • Paul Burlison: On this legendary rockabilly guitarist's 1997 album "Train Kept A-Rollin,'" Garry's credited with playing acoustic bass on the title track, and bass on "Memphis Blues" and "Trouble is I'm in Love with You."
  • The Burns Sisters: Garry produced and mixed their 1997 In this World.
  • Julian Clerc: Amours Secretes, Passion Publique (1991).
  • Rodney Crowell: We've got Garry in "Until Now" and "Standin' on a Rock," Thing Called Love soundtrack (1993).
  • Clifford Curry: "Clifford's Blues" (1996) features no other than Mr. Garry W. Tallent on bass.
  • Julian Dawson: Garry produced Dawson first recording for BMG/Ariola, the 1991's release Fragile As China. They went back into the studio for the recording of 1992's "Headlines" and "Travel On" (1995). Update: Garry appears in Spark, released in 1999.
  • James Deely and The Valiants: This band has recorded at Garry and Tom Elliot's Shore Fire Studios.
  • The Delevantes: Originally fron N.J., Garry approached the duo at a nightclub after hearing their accents and pegging them as fellow New Jerseyites.Then he joined forces with publisher Mike Porter and well-known Nashville producer Mike Clute to produce their first album, Long About That Time, where he also plays bass. Garry also played bass and produced their first album for Capitol Nashville, Postcards From Along The Way.
  • Bob Delevante: Garry plays bass on his new solo album "Columbus and the Colossal Mistake" (scheduled to be released on April 2006). I'll update this entry as soon as I get the album. He also played on his first solo effort: "Porchlight" released in 1999 (I love this album).
  • Dignus: Signed with Garry's record label D'ville Records and releases their debut album "In Your World" (1996) produced by Garry himself.
  • DownTown Mystic:Garry and Max guest in their song "Brian Jones". The sound of this band is influenced by 60's pop icons and 70's rockers but with a modern approach
  • Francis Dunnery: Tall Blond Helicopter (1995). Garry plays the bass guitar.
  • Steve Earle: I feel alright (1996): Garry plays bass in the closing track "You're still standin' there", a great duet between Steve and Lucinda Williams. The 2002 release SideTracks credits Garry among some of the finest Nashville bassists in the album, he plays bass in two tracks: "Time has come today" and Bob Dylan's "My back pages".
  • Tommy John Ehman: "Wheels of Life" (2008). Acording to the credits on this album Garry recorded the bass parts on "Moondog West" studio in Montana where Garry relocated a few years ago. You can view a gallery of the recording sessions.
  • The Excello Legends: Tennesee R&B (1998).
  • Danny Federici: Remember the name: "Flemington" that's Danny's hometown and the title of his first solo album (1997). Expect the unexpected, from the Jersey Shore sound to smooth jazz compositions. A great album where Garry together with Nils Lofgren lend a hand to his E St. mate.
  • Anne Feeney: Garry has played bass in several albums.
  • The Floating Men: This acoustic-rock trio second album "Invoking Michelangelo" (1995) has Garry on production.
  • Steve Forbert: Garry produced his 1988's "Streets of This Town" and played bass and produced "Mission Of The Crossroad Palms". He's also credited on mixing and production in the 2001 "Live at the Bottom Line". Garry has produced the 2002 release "Any Old Time: Songs of Jimmie Rodgers" where he joins in on electric guitar and Fender bass for "Rough and Rowdy Ways". Although minimal, he only plays additional bass in one track, Garry is credited in "Just Like There's Nothin' To It". Released on 2007, "Strange Names & New Sensations" features Garry's bass in most of the tracks.
  • Foster & Lloyd: Version of the Truth (1990).
  • Greta Gaines: No Information available at the moment.
  • Gigi: Garry plays bass on Gigi Dover's (former lead singer of the Rank Outsiders) 2002 release Unpicked Flowers. Rootsy country-rock.
  • Kevin Gordon: Garry gives a rest to his bass to produce Kevin Gordon's latest project. A limited-issue E.P. CD, "Ilinois 5 a.m." features 5 tracks from the new recording plus two previously unreleased rarities.He also works on Cadillac Jack's #1 Son (1998).
  • Robert Gordon: Rockabilly revivalist Robert Gordon's Live Fast, Die Young (1989), All for the Love of Rock'n'Roll (1994) and All For The Love Of Money (1999) features Garry on bass.
  • Henry Gross: Garry plays bass on I'm Hearing Things (2001). He also played bass on A Promise To My Heart and No sign of Love on the Nothing But Dreams album in 1992.
  • Emmylou Harris: Brand New Dance (1990).
  • Hoopsnakes: It´s been a long collaboration between Garry an the Hoopsnakes. He recorded and produced 1995's Ten the Hard Way as well as 1990's Jump In and Hang On. Garry also mixed his debut studio release for the first ever national offering of the self-titled release. This blues/rock band have released four albums and they have been gigging across the Midwest for 20 years.
  • Michael Humphrey: "It's About Time" (2005) Garry on bass.
  • Phil Humphrey: "That Was Then This Is Now" (2005).
  • Ian Hunter: "You're Never Alone With a Schizophrenic" (1979). "Once Bitten Twice Shy"(2000)
  • Duane Jarvis: On Jarvis' second solo release, Far From Perfect Garry played bass and took the production duties.
  • Jonh Barlow Jarvis: Garry is one of the guest musicians in Pure Contours (1990). Session keyboardist John Jarvis has performed on rock and country albums since the mid-'70s with artists such as Randy Travis, Hank Williams Jr., Art Garfunkel, Air Supply, and Jimmy Buffet, among others.
  • Evan Jones and The H-Bombs: "from high-throttle rock n' roll and blistering blues and ballads, to Tex-Mex and two step, and anything in between" The Man worked on Evan Johns & His H-Bombs (1986. producer), Bombs Away (1989, producer, mastering) and Love Is Murder (1997, producer,engineer and mixing).
  • J.A.M: Jersey Artists for Mankind (1986).
  • Mary Karlzen: "The Wanderlust Diaries" (2007). The band features Garry on bass & Ken Coomer on drums (Uncle Tupelo & Wilco)
  • Robert Earl Keen Jr.: Garry worked on A Bigger Piece of the Sky (1993) wherehe played bass, percussion and drumms and on Gringo Hoonymoon (1994).
  • Cheri Knight: "The Northeast Kingdom"(1998) Extremely ambitious, smart mainstream pop with a lot of indie rock and country elements. Garry plays bass in the whole album.
  • Fred Koller: Sweet Baby Fred (1998).
  • Josie Kuhn: Garry again on bass in her 1994 album produced by Steve Forbert. "Walks with Lions" (1995).
  • Lucky Man Clark: Joe "Guido" Welsh's band. His 2002 album, titled Seaworthy due by February 1, 2002 features Garry on bass in some tracks. Click for picks of the sessions: pic1 pic2
  • Lance Larson- well-known musician of the Jersey Shore. His first CD, "To Make A Long Story Short: The Lost Asbury Tapes," (2001) features Garry on bass in one track: Devil's Right Hand (written by Steve Earle). The album was partially recorded in the Shorefire Studios.
  • Jim Lauderdale: Garry becomes a "Dream Player" on JL's latest album: "Honey Songs" (2008); other Dream players are James Burton, Glen D. Hardin and Ron Tutt from Elvis Presley’s band and Al Perkins. If that wasn’t enough vocal help arrives in the form of Emmylou, Buddy Miller, Kelly Hogan and Patty Loveless. Garry also plays bass in "In Harm's Way", "It's Hard To Keep A Secret Anymore", "What Do You Say To That", "You're Tempting Me" and "Hole In My Head" from Persimmons (1996); all tracks in Whisper (1998) but #2 and 10 and Onward Through It All (1999). 2001 Update: Garry plays bass again for Jim Lauderdale in his new album "The Other Sessions", released in June 2001. Garry has also play with him at the Grand Ole Opry earlier this year. The 2002 release The Hummingbirds has Garry again in the credits sharing the bass duties with other great Nashville players.
  • RON LASALLE AND THE EAST SIDE ROCKERS: "Just the Way That I am"(1994) was recorded in Moondog Studio. Ron has a new album out now "Too Angry To Pray" that you won't regret to buy.
  • G.B. Leighton: "Come Alive" (1996). Bass.
  • Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul: Men Without Women (1982).
  • Bill Lloyd: "Set to Pop" (1994). First Bill Lloyd album of the post-Foster era marked a return to his pure-pop proclivities, joined by noted sidemen Al Kooper and Garry on bass in "Trampoline", "In a Perfect World" and "The S.W.A.T. team of Love".
  • Los Lobos: In 1987 Los Lobos released the soundtrack for La Bamba, the film about Ritchie Valens' life. Garry coproduced the song Crying, Waiting, Hoping together with Marshall Crenshaw.
  • Darlene Love: "All Alone on Christmas" (1992).
  • PAUL METSA: A folksinger that plays folk, rock and jazz. Garry has play bass in Whistling Past the Graveyard (1993).He has a great website where you can download some of his songs for free and get pictures of him with Bruce and many others.
  • Buddy & Julie Miller: Garry is one of the bass players in this selftitled 2001 release.
  • Scotty Moore: "All the King's Men" (1997) The original guitarist and drummer of Elvis Presley's band--Scotty Moore and DJ Fontana, respectively--teamed up with rock'n'roll icons they inspired for an album of new material with a rootsy flavor and a nod to Presley's legend. Among those icons: Mr. Garry W. Tallent on bass and engineer.
  • Leroy Preston: "Country Pedigree" (1997). Garry plays bass in the whole album.
  • The Outlaws: Waylon Jennings/Willie Nelson/ Jessi Colter/ Tompall Glaser. This supergroup released Wanted! in 1976 with Garry on bass.
  • Randy Scruggs: The album: Crown of jewels, the song: Passin' Thru, the bass player: Yeeeeeeah!
  • "Stormin' Norman" Seldon: One of the Jersey Shore's first stars. It was Norman's Seldon record label that released the classic single "Molly", by shore favorites the Motifs in 1967. The band was led by brothers Walter & Raymond Cichon and had Vinny Roslyn, who would later join Steel Mill with Bruce, Vini and Danny Federici. In 1969, Norman's band, The Joyful Noize, would release their debut album featuring a then unheralded saxophone player named Clarence Clemons. For the album about the Asbury Park scene, Norman released "Misery Loves Company". Recorded in the late '70s, it features backing from Clarence, Garry, Max Weinberg, and Danny Federici. It will go down as a shore classic.
  • Rank Outsiders: In 1996 the band recorded their second CD, Checkpoint at Garry’s Moondog Studio in Nahville. Rank Outsiders has a unique approach to country-influenced rock and roll.
  • Gwil Owen: As far as I know he was going to sign with D'ville Records and Garry would produce an album for him.
  • Leroy Preston: "Country Pedigree" (1997) Garry on bass.
  • David Sancious: Former E Streeter David Sancious (1972).
  • Billy Joe Shaver: Garry plays bass on "The Earth Rolls On"(2001).
  • P.F. Sloan: "Sailover" (2006). Garry plays bass on 4 tracks.
  • Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes: "Reach Up and Touch the Sky" (1981), "Better Days" (1991), "All I Want is Everything: The Best"(1993), Messin' With The Blues (2000). It's been a long time for the E Street Band and the Asbury Jukes being together and the last Asbury Jukes recording 'Messin' With The Blues' shows us Garry more involved than ever; He has not only played bass and produced the whole album, he has even cowritten five of the songs. As the title says, this album oozes blues...and them some R&B. A classic tone with a fresh approach and a live feeling makes this album a must have for all blues lovers.
  • Ronnie Spector & the E Street Band: The whole E St. Band joined forces with Ronnie Spector in the recording of "Say Goodbye To Hollywood" (1977).
  • Soundtrack: "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York" (1992). Steve Van Zandt wrote All Alone In Christmas for Darlene Love (ex- Phil Spector singer) and took four other E Streeters with him to recreate the "wall of sound". Of course Garry was the bass player.
  • Soundtrack: "Hapy Texas" (1999). This soundtrack includes Passin' Through (Randy Scruggs) with Garry on bass.
  • Soundtrack: "Steal this Movie" (2000).
  • Greg Trooper: A Jersey native that's been around for quite sometime singing and writing good country songs. Garry worked on "Everywhere" (1992) and produced his third album Noises In The Hallway (1996).
  • Various artists: No Nukes: The MUSE Concerts soundtrack (1979).
  • Various Artists: In Harmony 2 (1981).
  • Various Artists: The Sounds of Asbury Park N.J. (1980).
  • Various Artists: U.S.A. For Africa: We Are the World (1985).
  • Various Artists: J.A.M. ’86 (Jersey Artists for Mankind): We’ve Got the Love/Save Love, Save Life (7” single, 1986).
  • Various Artists: "Folkways: A Vision Shared - A Tribute to Woody Guthrie & Leadbelly" (1988).
  • Various Artists: "For the Love of Harry. Everybody sings Nilsson " (1995).
  • Various Artists: "Rig Rock Deluxe: A Musical Salute to the American Truck Drivers" (1996).
  • Various Artists: "One Step Up/ Two Steps Back: The Songs Of Bruce Springsteen" (1997).
  • Various Artists: Uprooted: The Best of Roots Country Singer/Songwriters (1998).
  • Various Artists: Don't worry, Sing The Blues (1998). (Producer).
  • Various Artists: Pop Music, The Modern Era 1976-1999 (1999). Hungry Heart(B.S.) is included in this compilation.
  • Various Artists: Rock: Train Kept a Rollin' (1999). Born To Run (B.S.) is included in this compilation.
  • Various Artists:: Garry played bass in "National Health Care Now" included in the cd "Sing we Sing" (1990) to help arm the Go We Go campaign with songs for an honest, vital Green America and to help elect Ralph Nader president. I don't know if Garry collaborated with the campaign or was just a session musician.
  • Various Artists:: Garry is among the bass players that appear in "From Hell to Breakfast: A Taste of Sugar Hill' Texas Singer Songwriters" (2002).
  • Mike Wells: Garry was producing demos for singer/songwriter, Mike Wells, in the late eighties and early nineties. Nothing of the sessions at Shorefire Studios in N.J. were officially released. Mike Wells went on to become a staff songwriter for Warner Bros. and now is working in the Christian market in Nashville. (Thanks to Alex Houton from the Alex Houton Band for the info).
  • Jim Witter: Garry shares the bass duties with Mike Chapman (another Nashville session great) in this artist's 1993 selftitled album.
  • Kelly Willis: Well-Traveled Love (1990).
  • Tom Wilson: Garry plays bass in "Dog Years" (2006). In this record you can also enjoy another great bassist: Motown's Funk Brother Bob Babbitt.
  • Bob Woodruff: Garry plays bass in Desire Road, the second album by the NY native Woodruff. Country-rock deluxe.
  • Who's Your Daddy: Garry produced "Big Love/Hi-Low" by the band from New Jersey (forerunners of The Delevantes).

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PS. Däremellan har han hunnit med att spela med Bruce Springsteen 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, (1986), 1987, 1988, 1995, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009


Nu är det ju du, inte jag som ens nämner mig som musikalisk. Jag har aldrig påstått något sådant. Det är dina tankar - inte mina. Herregud, Fred tagga ner, ingen ko på isen. Du är ju musiker - spelar instrument. Jag kan visserligen stämma gitarrer, det är allt. Så där finns ju inget att diskutera. Du kan äta dina grönsaker ifred. Att jag varit med sen 1981 aktivt (jobbat på något sätt) och hört och sett allt mellan A till Ö, sett stilar och nycker komma och gå samt upplevt en och annan artist slängas upp på listorna och slängas ned igen gör att jag ibland vågar tro att jag kan se och höra något i den musik jag upplever. Men jag kan ha helt fel.

Jag har aldrig dragit in musikerna 92/93 i någon jämförelse med ESB. Har jag? Var? ESB farbröderna och tanterna har ju jobbat då och då med andra, inget annat är sagt. MEN de är inte musikbranschens mest eftersökta, heller.

Myten om Bruce nya eld efter Dannys död kan du läsa om på diverse forum och propaganda sidor här på nätet.

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Nu är det ju du, inte jag som ens nämner mig som musikalisk. Jag har aldrig påstått något sådant. Det är dina tankar - inte mina. Herregud, Fred tagga ner, ingen ko på isen.. Du kan äta dina grönsaker ifred. Att jag varit Men jag kan ha helt fel.

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Håller med Pisas, Higher & Higher.
Man har inte förståt ännu vad man upplevt
i New York och Madison.

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Får nog lägga in en röst till på "(I Don't Want To) Hang Up My Rock N Roll Shoes" från Buffalo-giget. Helt fenomenalt bra.

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