Shri Ganesh Stuti, Shri Guru Stuti Featuring Harry Shah, With Nitish Kulkarni, and Guest Dancer Sophie Sokna Zovich. From the album “World News”
God Don’t Never Change, Featuring Jeremy Gillespie , with Randy Jackson on Lead guitar, from the Album, “Nobody’s Fault but Mine, the songs of Blind WIlly Johnson.”
Sleep Well Tonight, Featuring Mimi Burns. was written by Duane Eby, and recorded for his tribute album, recorded after his untimely death in 2017. Duane is missed by all the members of this musical community.
Soul of a Man, Featuring Jeremy Gillespie and Randy Jackson, from the Album, “Nobody’s Fault but Mine, the songs of Blind WIlly Johnson.”
Save Me, Bulgarian Hymn, from the upcoming release, Deep Dark Roots.
Nobody’s Fault But Mine, Featuring Jeremy Gillespiee, with Aaron Comess on drums. This is the title cut from our album, “Nobody’s Fault but Mine: the Songs of Blind Willy Johnson”
If I Had My Way, Featuring Jeremy Gillespie and Randy Stonehill, From our album “Nobody’s Fault but Mine: the Songs of Blind Willy Johnson”
Tanabata Sama (Star Festival) Featuring vocalist Sayaka Ganz, from our Japanese Children’s Songs album, “Songs Of Innocence”
O Come O Come Emmanuel, Featuring Amy Lee Moser, from our album Christmas Dreams
Dyma Gariad, (Here is Love), Featuring Andrew J. Booth, from our Celtic Album
Toora Loora Loora (An Irish Lullaby), Featuring Mimi Burns, from our Celtic Album
Lòng Mę (Mother’s Love), from our Asian compilation
Rock Of Ages, From the American Hymns album
Exodus, from our album, Jamaica’s Favorite Son – the songs of Robert “Bob” Nesta Marley album
N’Da Izua From our African Music compilation
Farewell, Dear Erin from the Celtic Album and our debut Compilation, “World News”
Stille Nacht (Silent Night) from the German Album and the Christmas Compilation
Asperges Me from the Gregorian Chant album and our debut compilation, “World News”
Long before Dream Rodeo was even conceived of, the SOUND of Dream Rodeo was being developed in the studio work of Jon Gillespie, under the moniker, “Capitan Tritone and the Moebius Band” The sound can be track ed back directly to this song, written in 1983 and recorded in there studio in 1986, complete with Layered Vocals and improvised synthesizer textures. This is the roots of Dream Rodeo.