David Egan - You Don't Know Your Mind album flac
- Album: You Don't Know Your Mind
- FLAC: 1742 mb | MP3: 1152 mb
- Released: 2008
- Style: Louisiana Blues
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 375
- Format: AUD MMF APE MP2 DTS MOD VOC
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||You Don't Know Your Mind||7:28|
|2||You're Lyin' Again||2:52|
|3||If It Is What It Is (It's Love)
Vocals – Jennifer Niceley
|4||Bourbon in My Cup||4:05|
|5||Love, Honor and Obey||6:17|
|8||Best of Love Turned Blue||3:16|
- Recorded At – La Louisianne Recording Studios
- Recorded At – Wow & Flutter Studios
- Mastered At – Yes Master
- Baritone Saxophone – Dennis Taylor
- Bass – David Ranson
- Bass, Vocals – Ron Eoff
- Congas, Vibraphone, Percussion – Mike Dillon
- Guitar – Buddy Flett, Kevin Gordon, Lil' Buck Sinegal
- Mastered By – Jim DeMain
- Percussion – Bryan Owings
- Photography – Terri Fensel
- Producer – David Egan
- Producer, Guitar, Percussion, Mixed By – Joe McMahan
- Tenor Banjo – D'Jalma Garnier
- Trombone, Harmonica – Chris Belleau
- Vocals – Charlene Howard, Charles Walker , Deanna Varagona, Jennifer Nicely, Joseph Hazelwood, Katie Reese, Paige Rees, Raven Hazelwood, Rex Moroux, Roddie Romero, Steve Poulton
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 6 87066 5253 2 8
- Barcode (Scan): 687066525328
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Reuben David Egan (March 20, 1954 – March 18, 2016) was an American singer, songwriter, and pianist based in Lafayette, Louisiana, who composed, recorded, and performed rock, Cajun-rock, soul, and blues. Egan died March 18, 2016 at his home from cancer. Underground Stream," by David Egan. Album: Irma Thomas, Simply Grand, Rounder Records (2008); OCLC 237222844. Irma Thomas, vocals; David Egan, piano. One Foot In The Bayou," by David Egan.
Biography by Richard Skelly. Songwriter and keyboard player who has recorded both solo and as a member of Filé and other bands since the 1970s. In 2008, he followed up with another sterling recording of his distinctive, wide-ranging piano blues and Americana-styled originals, You Don't Know Your Mind, which he released independently. Not surprisingly for a musician who spent the bulk of his career accompanying and supporting other musicians, Egan's albums under his own name are precious few.
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11 quotes from You Don't Know Me: ‘The good news is that you may have created my past and screwed up my present, but you havce no control over my future. And the better they know you, and the closer they are to you, the greater is their capacity to do you harm. Total strangers who get a little angry and lose control at sporting events are no real threat, if the proper caution is used.
Richard Egan, Actor: Love Me Tender. Richard Egan has four daughters and one son with Patricia Hardy, to whom he was married for nearly 30 years before he passed away. He honorably served as an officer in the Army during World War II, teaching Judo and bayonet & knife fighting. Mr. Egan attended the University of San Francisco for undergrad, and Stanford for graduate studies.