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Michael Hall - The Song He Was Listening To When He Died

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Number of Discs
1
Release Date
10/17/2006
Artist
Michael Hall
Format
CD / Album
Label / Studio
Freedom (City Hall)

Since 1985, Michael Hall has been writing and recording rootsy rock 'n roll songs with the Wild Seeds, the Setters, and the Woodpeckers. He's played and recorded with Alejandro Escovedo, Jon Dee Graham, Walter Salas-Humara, Rosie Flores, Vicki Peterson, and members of Fastball, Poi Dog Pondering and Lyle Lovett's Large Band. His songs have been covered by the Silos, Kris McKay, the Vulgar Boatmen and Mike Ireland. He's toured the U.S. with Los Lobos and Europe with Richard Buckner. He recorded a 38 minute song, and organized Gloriathon, playing "Gloria" for 24 hours with dozens of Austin musicians (Van Morrison phoned in his part). Now Hall's recorded his 7th solo album with producers Jud Newcomb and George Reiff.

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1) Out Where the Highways Roll
2) Summer
3) I Had a Girl in Dien Bien Phu
4) Beautiful
5) Song He Was Listening to When He Died
6) Wedding
7) If You See Me
8) Captain Captain
9) Amelia
10) America
11) My World You're Welcome to It
12) I Will Follow You

Album
The Song He Was Listening To When He Died
Main Format
CD
Keyword Index
The Song He Was Listening To When He Died | Michael Hall