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Appearances Albums Singles Various


? Delaney And Bonnie
1970 Joe Cocker
cca 1972 Chris Stainton Band
cca 1973 The Bee Gees
1974 Jack Bruce
cca 12/80 Bob Dylan
1986 The Costello Show
1989-90 Traveling Wilburys
cca 1991 Little Village
cca 1991-cca 1993 Marc Cohn
cca 7/93 Neil Young
cca 2000 The Charlie Watts Jim Keltner Project
cca 6/00 Neil Young
cca 7/08 The Pretenders

Albums Discography:

#TitleRelease DateLabelTypeUKUSA
1.The Charlie Watts Jim Keltner Project
& Charlie Watts
26.06.2000Higher Octave Music
2.Sheffield Lab Drum & Track
& Ron Tutt

Singles Discography:

#SP/EP TitleRelease DateLabelUKUSA
1.Airto (remixes)
credited to: The Charlie Watts Jim Keltner Project
21.08.2000Cyber Octave
2.The Elvin Suite / Airto (Eat Static remix)
credited to: The Charlie Watts Jim Keltner Project
21.08.2000Cyber Octave


appeared on the LP:

Ron Davies: Silent Song Through The Land (1970, A&M)
Rita Coolidge: Rita Coolidge (9.4.71, A&M)
Leon Russell: Leon Russell And The Shelter People (3.5.71, Shelter)
Ry Cooder: Into The Purple Valley (2/72, Reprise)
Steve Miller Band: Recall The Beginning ... A Journey From Eden (1972, Capitol)
Carly Simon: No Secrets (18.12.72, Elektra)
Lindsey Buckingham & Stevie Nicks: Buckingham Nicks (1973, Polydor)
Delaney & Bonnie: Best Of Delaney & Bonnie (1973, Rhino)
Rod Taylor: Rod Taylor (7/73, Asylum)
Freddie King: Woman Across The Water (7/73, Shelter)
Bonnie Raitt: Takin' My Time (10/73, Warner Bros)
Harry Nilsson: Son Of Dracula (5/74, RCA)
Splinter: The Place I Love (27.9.74, Dark Horse)
Nilsson: Duit On Mon Dei (28.3.75, RCA)
Keith Moon: Two Sides Of The Moon (25.4.75, Polydor)
Leon Russell: Will O' The Wisp (25.4.75, A&M)
Gary Wright: The Dream Weaver (7/75, Warner Bros)
Nigel Olsson: Nigel Olsson (9/75, RCA)
George Harrison: Extra Texture (Read All About It) (3.10.75, Apple)
Bill Wyman: Stone Alone (9.2.76, RSR/WEA)
Donovan: Slow Down World (4.6.76, Epic)
Ringo Starr: Ringo's Rotogravure (8.10.76, Polydor)
Steely Dan: Aja (9/77, ABC)
Randy Newman: Little Criminals (23.9.77, Warner Bros)
Dolly Parton: Here You Come Again (21.10.77, RCA)
Leonard Cohen: Death Of A Ladies' Man (11/77, CBS)
Dolly Parton: Heartbreaker (9/78, RCA)
Rodney Crowell: Ain't Living Long Like This (9/78, Warner Bros)
Ry Cooder: Bop Till You Drop (27.7.79, Warner Bros)
Bob Dylan: Saved (20.6.80, Columbia)
Toto: Fahrenheit (1986, CBS)
Elvis Costello: King Of America (2/86, WEA)
Richard Thompson: Daring Adventures (10/86, Polydor)
John Hiatt: Bring The Family (5/87, A&M)
Tom Petty: Full Moon Fever (5/89, MCA)
J.J. Cale: Travel Log (10/89, Silvertone)
Nick Lowe: Party Of One (4/90, Reprise)
Los Lobos: The Neighbourhood (9/90, Metronome)
Indigo Girls: Nomads, Indians, Saints (5.11.90, Epic)
Ringo Starr: Ringo Starr And His All-Starr Band (11/90, Rykodisc)
Waterboys: Dream Harder (24.5.93, Geffen)
Ry Cooder: Trespass (1993, Sire/WB)
David Crosby: Thousand Roads (1993, Atlantic)
Maria McKee: You Gotta Sin To Get Saved (1.6.93, Geffen)
Patti Scialfa: Rumble Doll (19.7.93)
Aimee Mann: Whatever (6.9.93, Imago)
Rickie Lee Jones: Traffic From Paradise (9/93, Geffen)
Ry Cooder & Ali Farka Toure: Talking Timbuktu (3/94, World Circuit)
Brian Wilson: I Just Wasn't Made For These Times (8/95, MCA)
Richard Thompson: you?me?us? (22.4.96, Capitol)
Joe Cocker: Organic (14.10.96, Parlophone)
Bob Dylan: Time Out Of Mind (29.9.97, CBS)
Adam Cohen: Adam Cohen (28.7.98, Columbia)
Janice Robinson: The Color Within Me (26.10.99, Reprise)
Terry Evans: Trackin' the Spirit (29.2.00, Telarc)
Kirstin Candy: Another Sweet Mess (20.8.02, Escalator)
George Harrison: Brainwashed (19.11.02, Dark Horse)
Ry Cooder: Mambo Sinuendo (28.1.03, Perro Verde)
Ibrahim Ferrer: Buenos Hermanos (11.3.03, Nonesuch)
Buddy Guy: Blues Singer (3.6.03, Silvertone)
Willie Nelson & Friends: Outlaws And Angels (21.9.04, Lost Highway)
Cassandra Wilson: Thunderbird (4.4.06, Blue Note)
Zucchero: Fly (9/06, Universal Music)
Lucinda Williams: West (13.2.07, Lost Highway)
Page McConnell: Page McConnell (17.4.07, Legacy)
Mavis Staples: We'll Never Turn Back (24.4.07, Anti-)
B.B. King: One Kind Favor (26.8.08, Geffen)
Old Crow Medicine Show: Tennessee Pusher (23.9.08, Nettwerk)
Kris Kristofferson: Closer To The Bone (29.9.09, New West)
Eric Clapton: Old Sock (11.3.13, Bushbranch)
Joseph Arthur: The Ballad Of Boogie Christ (11.6.13)
Blake Mills: Heigh Ho (18.9.14, Verve)
Neil Young: Peace Trail (2.12.16, Reprise)
Connor Oberst: Salutations (17.3.17)
Boz Scaggs: Out Of The Blues (27.7.18)
Jenny Lewis: On The Line (22.3.19, Warner Bros)
Perfume Genius: Set My Heart On Fire Immediately (15.5.20, Matador)

appeared on the SP::
Bob Dylan: Heart Of Mine / Let It Be Me (7/81, CBS)

produced by LP:
Jerry Lee Lewis: Mean Old Man (7.9.10, Verve)