Soldiers And Sailors On Riverside cd cover

Vaughn

Soldiers And Sailors On Riverside

Vaughn is probably the best album I've heard all year and maybe in the last few years. Danny has evolved into an amazing songwriter with a HUGE amount of depth. This isn't 'Don't Come Easy'. It's a different animal. Danny has a boundless amount of songwriting maturity. With lyrics like "Count your needs on your worry beads..", the man shows that he's got an interesting ways to say what he thinks. He's try to pawn off his maturity by a pale Beatles rip off (Jon Bon Who?). He creates his own territory by use of great rock songs with some horns, a chick back singer and unbeleivable material. Give it a chance.
--Jeff

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Track Listing

  1. Bad Water
  2. Is That All There Is
  3. Healing Hands
  4. A Handful Of Rain
  5. Stone Monkey
  6. Shadowland
  7. Soldiers & Sailors On Riverside
  8. Paradise Ain't Home
  9. Gandy Dancer
  10. The Voice

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Danny Vaughn
GUITAR: P.J. Zitarosa
BASS: Jaimie Scott
DRUMS: Michael Clayton Arbeeny
KEYBOARDS: Kyle Cummings

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Z-Records
PRODUCED BY: Danny Vaughn
Michael Clayton Arbeeny & Paul Orofi
RELEASE YEAR: 2000
“All my life I've been fighting For the right to make my stand Scream my anthem to the right And hold the power in my hand”