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The Best of Cold Spring Tavern, Volume Two, a music compilation

by Various Artists

A music compilation of 19 original songs by 65 performers who have given Cold Spring Tavern the reputation for featuring Santa Barbara's best musicians. All genres are included here: big band sounds, blues, bluegrass, folk, rock, bluegrass, and classical.
Genre: Rock: American Trad Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Time is Now
Leslie Lembo
4:24 album only
2. Police Dog Blues
Tom Ball
1:53 album only
3. I Gotta Have That Gal
Tom Ball and Kenny Sultan
3:11 album only
4. I Can't Remember Last Night
Sean Wiggins
3:44 album only
5. The Simple Things
Mark Roberts
3:15 album only
6. I'm Not Invincible
Spencer the Gardener
3:14 album only
7. Odd Man Out
Randy Madron
3:10 album only
8. Down So Long
Debra Farris
4:03 album only
9. Alive
Cindy Alter
3:49 album only
10. Roar
Steve Fort
3:56 album only
11. Full Moon
J. Peter Boles
3:50 album only
12. Runaway Train
Chris Cairns
2:37 album only
13. I Am That Man
Doug Clegg
3:09 album only
14. The Long Way Home
Alastair Greene
4:53 album only
15. String of Pearls
Cinder Jean
3:26 album only
16. Miles
Heather Stevenson
3:52 album only
17. Out of My Mind
Noelle Price
3:18 album only
18. Sundown Lullaby
Bruce Goldish
4:06 album only
19. Ottimo
Pat Milliken
1:41 album only


Album Notes
Many of the CD's from which these songs were taken can be purchased at CDBaby! Give a listen to this sampling; then, check out these great players!

1. Time is Now (Leslie Lembo from True Nature)
Leslie Lembo: vocals, Donzell Davis: drums, Jeff Elliot: horns, Roy Galloway: vocals, Mychal Lomas: bass, Mark McMillan: keys, Dan Zimmerman: guitar
Leslie is a rocker and jazz crooner who wows the southcoast crowds in whatever genre she performs.
2. Police Dog Blues (Tom Ball from 18 Pieces for Solo Steel String Guitar, a national winner on NPR’s inaugural edition of “Open Mic” All Things Considered.)
Tom Ball’s
3. I Gotta Have That Gal (Tom Ball and Kenny Sultan from Happy Hour)
Tom Ball: vocals and harmonica, Kenny Sultan: guitar
With 12 CD’s, 12 books, movie and TV soundtracks, and over 175 appearances on others’ recordings, internationally acclaimed Tom and Kenny’s rag-time blues have graced this tavern almost every Sunday for over 25 years.
4. I Can’t Remember Last Night (Sean Wiggins from Everyday Life)
Sean Wiggins: vocals, harmonica, and acoustic guitar, Robert Dill: drums, Paul Houston: guitars, Sylvia Owens: bass
Check out Sean’s versatility of vocal styles. She’s country on this one!
5. The Simple Things (Mark Roberts from What’s Up?)
Mark Roberts: vocals/guitar, Irene Fredricey: vocals, Theo Jennings: bass, Mike Katnic: piano, Mark Murray: drums, Len Price: trumpet, Eric Solomon: harmonica and sax
6. I’m Not Invincible (Spencer Barnitz from Kiss Me in the Deep Blue Sea)
Spencer Barnitz: vocals and guitar, Nate Birkey: vocals, trumpet, and keyboard, Bo Fox: drums, Jeff Lewis: bass and keyboard, John Schnackenberg: saxophone, Kevin Winard: percussion. Spencer the Gardener, also of the Wedding Band, has been a Santa Barbara favorite for the past 30 years.
7. Odd Man Out (Randy Madron from Jump Swing Boogie)
Randy Madron: vocals and guitar, Tilford Jackson: piano, Tom Lackner: drums, Les Rose: tenor sax, Chris Symer: bass, Dave Tolegian: baritone sax, Eric Wangensteen: trumpet, Craig Woods: trombone
Randy is a featured lead guitarist and vocalist who has been playing country, blues, jazz, and rock with many great bands playing at the tavern since 1981- a local favorite.
9. Down So Long (Debra Farris from Blues Cat)
Debra Farris: vocals and rhythm guitar, Mike Dietz: drums, Andrew Duncan: bass, Bob Pester: lead guitar. “Good Time Danceable Blues Funk” describes the Debra Farris Band with songs ranging from ballads to blues.
10. Alive (Cindy Alter from Dark Heart)
Cindy Alter: vocals, Sean Michael Dargan: guitar, Jonathon Mitchell: drums, Ken Moore: bass. Formerly of the all-female South African group Clout, Cindy continues to write, sing, and tour worldwide.
11. Roar (Steve Fort from In My Room)
Steve Fort: vocals, guitar, bass, and keyboard
Steve plays all the instruments on this one! Steve has played his clever catchy songs
at countless gigs from NY to CA.
12. Full Moon (J Peter Boles from jpeterboles)
J. Peter Boles: vocals and guitar, Chris Hillman: mandolin, Bill Flores: dobro, Scott Lasky: piano, Jill Michaels: vocals, Jim Monahan: vocals, guitar, and bass, Bob Nichols: percussion, Gabe Witcher: fiddle
Well-traveled Peter has been a balladeer of the old tradition for more than 30 years playing with the best.
13. Runaway Train (Chris Cairns from Runaway Train)
Chris Cairns: vocals, guitar, and banjo, Tom Lee: string bass, David West: mandolin and harmony, Gabe Witcher: fiddle Chris Cairns features some of SB’s best bluegrass players here. Besides playing with Wild Sage, Porch Dogs, and Whiskey Chimp, Chris is founder of bluegrass label Fireheart Records.
14. I Am That Man (Douglas Clegg from Only Fools Predict the Weather)
Doug Clegg: vocals, guitar, and fiddle,
Kent Allen: bass, Peter Gallway: percussion, Marshall Rosenberg: percussion
Doug’s voice and talent playing guitar, piano, fiddle, mandolin, and accordion are just plain perfection. He has 6 CD’s released to critical acclaim.
15. The Long Way Home (Alastair Greene from A Little Wiser)
Alastair Greene: vocals, guitar, bass, banjo, mandolin, and drums
Alastair’s vocals and hard-driving blues guitar playing are welcomed in the Alastair Greene Band, the Kashmar Greene Band, The Bomb, and Trio Grande This song showcases his multi-instrumental and vocal talents in the acoustic arena.
16. String of Pearls (Cinder Jean from Strands of Time)
Cinder Jean: vocals, guitar, and harmonica, Mike Hightower: bass and drums
After 10 years on the road with Nightshades, Cinder Jean has returned to her folk roots to teach, write, and perform music in SB.
17. Miles (Heather Stevenson from Short Stuff)
Heather Stevenson: vocals and piano Heather is an accomplished guitarist and pianist with a luscious voice singing original melodic introspective lyrics.
18. Out of My Mind (Noelle Price from Stranger’s Treehouse)
Noelle Price: vocals and guitar, Carrie Lewis: background vocals.
Noelle uses the precision of her carpenter trade to craft personal songs and melodies to tell stories of emotional truth.
19. Sundown Lullaby (Bruce Goldish from MERLIN’S LEAP-Once Upon a Fingerstyle Guitar) Bruce Goldish: vocals and guitar
With open-tuning progressions and sassy percussive-fingerstyle playing, Bruce’s music weaves intricate enjoyable stories for audiences everywhere.
20. Ottimo (Pat Milliken from Motif)
Pat Milliken: guitar
Local “Good Times” Irishman famous for his various alternate tuning melodies, Pat Milliken entertains listeners with each song’s perfection.



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