Saddle Tramps is: Ian Ashworth on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Dominic Nicholson on lead, slide and rhythm guitars, Andrea Crowle on lead and harmony vocals, Glenn Delahoy on bass guitar, rhythm guitar, keyboards and harmony vocals, Pete Lewer on drums and Daryl Lee on lead and rhythm guitars.
From memory, the band existed from about 1984 to 1987 and had already folded by the time work had begun on the album.
Together this collection is the sum total of all recordings I have of Ian's original songs and every recording made by Saddle Tramps.
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Small Town Girls and Other Subjects
This is the album as it was conceived in 1989. These tracks were recorded over a period of two or three years from around 1987 to 1989. Crowded Road was taken from the original band demo recorded in November 1984.
Guest Musicians: Sherril Delahoy plays piano on Sitting Down For The First Time, Aaron Burton plays lead guitar on Something Can Be Done and No Use Living On A Cloud, Andrew Shatz plays lead guitar on Triumph Song. The artwork was painted by Craig Delahoy. Recorded at Zimsound Studios, Narre Warren. Produced by Glenn Delahoy and Ian Ashworth. Engineered by Russell Zimmer and Glenn Delahoy.
Small Town Girls
Something Can Be Done
No Use Living On A Cloud
Sitting Down For The First Time
Super Highway Girl
Giving You The Feeling
Rainy Ways Of Days
These were recorded in the studio during the album sessions but weren't developed. Walking On The Moon was recorded in 1988. Chalk was one of the last recordings we did for the album in early 1989.
Walking On The Moon
These were recorded in Ian's lounge room in Cockatoo around 1988 during one of the album's pre-production sessions.
Walking On The Moon
Lady Of The Evening was recorded in Ian's lounge room in Cockatoo in September 1984 on a dodgy Fostex 4 track cassette recorder. This is the first recording ever done by the band.
Lady Of The Evening
Original Band Demo
This is part of the band demo recorded in November 1984. The first track is missing. Recorded at Zimsound Studios, Narre Warren. Engineered by Russell Zimmer.
Don't Forget The Alamo
The Blues Had A Baby
All titles written and composed by Ian Ashworth except Giving You The Feeling written by Ian Ashworth and Glenn Delahoy and Blues Had A Baby written by Muddy Waters.
All recordings are (C) Copyright 1989. All rights reserved.
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