David Ball, Freewheeler, Wildcatter Records
The most recent recording of "I Can See Arkansas". This album has
twelve songs including a version of Jesse Winchester's song
"Freewheeler." David had wonderful success in the mid 90's with
songs like "Thinkin' Problem" and he also had a later hit with
"Riding With Private Malone." This CD was produced by my friend and
co-writer, Wood Newton. Available in record stores.
Anne Murray, Yes I Do, Capitol Nashville
The first release by Anne of "I Can See Arkansas". This album has
eleven songs including a version of the Air Supply pop song "Even The
Nights Are Better". Available in record stores.
Billboard magazine review: "Her 30th Capitol album proves as much a
listening pleasure as her first, "Snowbird", released in 1970. In
addition to a number performed in French and English ("If I Ever See
You Again"), cuts like "Overboard", "I Can See Arkansas", "Roots and
Wings", "Everyday" and "Wrong End Of The Rainbow" will leave the
Anne Murray, Fifteen Of The Best, Liberty Records
A nice album that contains "I Can See Arkansas" as well as old favorites
like "Snowbird", "Could I Have This Dance" and "Danny's Song"! This is a
good pick for songs you'll remember. Available in record stores.
Anne Murray, Now & Forever, EMI Music
This is a sixty-four song 3-CD retrospective of Anne's career from
the beginning until 1994. It feature's my song "I Can See Arkansas".
Available in record stores.
Jenny Simpson, Jenny Simpson, Mercury Records
This debut album has some nice songs on it. It includes my song "Under
The Rainbow". The album was co-produced by my co-writer Ray Methvin.
Available in record stores.
Billboard magazine review: "Mercury Nashville Snags Local Jenny Simpson,
Watch this voice: Jenny Simpson is Mercury Nashville's first new act
since Mark Wills, and she's turning more than a few heads with her
upcoming single...and her self-titled debut album...That rarity, a
Nashville native, Simpson has a clear, pure, mainstream voice
reminiscent of the young Trisha Yearwood. In fact, she's co-produced by
former Yearwood producer Garth Fundis..."
Steve Wariner, Laredo, MCA Records
A ten song album that features the first recording of my song "I Can See
Arkansas". Available in record stores.
Country Music magazine review: "..."I Can See Arkansas," Laredo's
opener, is the sort of great pop-country ballad about long-distance
loneliness that Glen Campbell (whose influence can be heard in
Wariner's music) used to specialize in. Here, the vast American
landscape- in this case, the wide Mississippi- becomes a metaphor for
the aching distance between two hearts."
Larry Stephenson Band, Far Away In Tennessee, Pinecastle Records
Larry is a bluegrass singer and mandolin player. His sounds follows in
the footsteps of the Osborne Brothers and his albums are produced by
Sonny Osborne. This album has twelve songs including an uptempo version
of "I Can See Arkansas". Available in bluegrass section of record
stores or via online catalog at: http://pinecastle.com
WPLN review: "Larry's most hard-driving project to date, with an almost
perfect balance between straight-ahead classic bluegrass, bluegrassized
country songs, gospel tunes and original numbers."
Larry Stephenson Band, On Fire, Pinecastle Records
More bluegrass from Larry. Produced by Sonny Osborne. This album has
twelve songs including my song "Bridge Washed Out". It also features a
bluegrass version of "My Wild Irish Rose". Available in bluegrass
section of record stores or via online catalog at:
Kevin Williams, Ozark Memories, Green Hill Productions
Kevin is a guitarist and this is a nice instrumental album of twelve
songs including "I Can See Arkansas". He is accompanied by hammered
dulcimer, mandolin, fiddle, dobro, harmonica, banjo and bass. The album
contains several traditional songs like "Arkansas Traveler" and "Ozark
Mountain Waltz". Call 1 (800) 200-4656 for the store nearest you or
for the online catalog.
Wood Newton, Just For The Love Of It, Silverwood Entertainment
Wood is my co-writer of "I Can See Arkansas" which is on this twelve
song album. Wood has been writing songs in Nashville since 1977 and has
had many cuts including "Twenty Years Ago" by Kenny Rogers, "Pink
Flamingos" by Tracy Byrd, "Midnight Hauler" by Razzy Bailey and "What I
Didn't Do" by Steve Wariner. To order Wood's CD send $15.00 check to
Wood Newton, 8201 Spring Ridge Drive, Nashville, TN 37221. His e-mail
address is firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Tim Bays, Better Than The TV, TCB Records
Tim and I co-wrote "We Were There" which is one of the fourteen songs
found here. Tim is a positive guy and this is a fun uplifting album. You
can hear a sample of the album and order it on the internet by going to
songs.com then going to Tim Bays. Or you can send $15.00 to Tim Bays,
2712 McLemore Road, Franklin, TN 37064. Shipping is included in price.
Folk Music magazine review: " ... he consistently wowed the Kerrville
Folk Festival audiences and rattled off one great song after another ...
his bedside manner live made him a crowd favorite".