2013. “David Hayes”. David Hayes. This is a compilation CD with tracks taken from David’s solo albums made over the years. David has played bass with many bands, including being Van Morrison’s main bass player for many years. He recently decided to leave Europe and spend more time at his home on the west coast […]
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2007. David Hayes. “Soul Diver”. Dave included a track I’d played accordion on from a previous album. “O’Connell Street”. I’ve also played this song with David during a live show. David has been Van Morrisons bass player on and off for many years. He plays mostly guitar and sings on his own albums. Accordion. — […]
2001. Pete Sears & the Dawn Patrol” logo. I designed it and came up with the name “Dawn Patrol” because of my love of old open cock-pit bi-planes (not war). The “Dawn Patrol” was made up of planes like the famous Sopwith Camel during WW1 in Europe, where they would fly across enemy lines at […]
2001. “Pete Sears & the Dawn Patrol” back up our close friend “Francis Clay” who was drummer with “The Muddy Waters Band” and many other blues greats. Francis had become a poet of some renown, and had recited a p he wrote called “Mississippi” on my “The Long Haul” album. I had asked him to […]
2001. “Pete Sears & the Dawn Patrol” I formed a band to promote my “Long Haul” album. The great Davey Pattison (Robin Trower Band) on rhythm guitar & lead vocals, Rich Kirch (John Lee Hooker) on lead guitar, Ernest Carter (Bruce Springsteen) on drums. Bass, David Hayes (Van Morrison) or Bobby Vega (Sly & the […]
1998. Terry Dolan. “Still a Pirate”. I played some keyboards on this album. — with David Hayes and John Cipollina.
1993. David Hayes “Born Heroes”. I played a bit of Harpsichord on this project. Produced by Karl Derfler and David Hayes. Recorded at Hiatus Productions San Francisco and Studio D in Sausalito, California. Released on Line Records. — with David Hayes.
1990. Dirk Hamilton “Too Tired To Sleep”. I played piano on this album…my friend David Hayes played bass. Recorded at Studio C in Stockton, California.
1989. “Logos Through a Sideman” David Hayes. Great CD by my close friend David Hayes. David has played with many people over the years, including bass on some of Van Morrison’s most notable work. He first played on a Van Morrison album in 1973 with the release of Hard Nose the Highway and was […]
1980. “The Doubtful Handshake” by Terry & The Pirates. Terry Dolan. I played keyboards as a guest on this album. The regular band was made up of Terry Dolan, John Cipollina, Greg Douglass, David Hayes, and Jeff Myer. — with John Cipollina and Mike Somavilla.