Barry Flast “Like A Phoenix”. This solo album by Barry features all of his best material from his post-spellbound period (1979 on) and hosts an all-star collection of musicians such as, Paul Stookey, Garth Hudson, Richie Zito, Chuck Rainey, Marlo Henderson, Ray Pounds, Keith Crossan, Pete Sears, Banana, and everyone from Kingfish. I enjoyed playing […]
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2001. David Grisman. Grateful Dawg. David Grisman documentary about his series of recordings with Jerry Garcia. I only put it on here because David mentions in the film that he and Jerry, who hadn’t been speaking to each other for something like fifteen years, reconnected in the kitchen of the recording studio while I was recording […]
2001. John Cipollina “Electric Guitarslinger”. Documentary about my old friend and “Copperhead” band-mate. I lived with John in his antique gun room on King St in Mill Valley for quite a while…just down the road from his parents house on Shady Lane. We had many good laughs together as well as sharing some very special […]
2000. October 28th. SKB. “Steve Kimock Band”. Pete Sears on keyboards. Halloween Hootenany. The Resort at the Mountain. One of several versions of the SKB band I worked with. Steve Kimock on guitar. Bobby Vega played bass. I played keyboards. Sometimes Prairie Prince played drums. Sometimes Jim Sanchez, and sometimes Alan Hertz. — with Steve […]
2000. Pete Sears “Watchfire” released in Japan. Americana Records. Manufactured By Omagatoki Co Ltd. Distributed by: Shinseido Co. Ltd. Saito Tomatsu
2000. Pete Sears “The Long Haul”. My second solo project. As before I brought down many musical friends to the studio, including John Lee Hooker, Wavy Gravy”, Maria Muldaur”, “Davy Pattison”, “Shana Morrison”, “Steve Kimock”, “Levon Helm”, “Jorma Kaukonen”, “Nick Gravenites”, “Mark Naftalin”, “David Grisman”, “Michael Falzarano”, “Charlie Musselwhite”, “Mal Sharpe”, “Clint Baker”, “Alvin Youngblood Hart”, […]
2000. “Anti Love” The Best Of Betty Davis. I played acoustic piano on the track “Inti Love Song”, initially released in 1972. Greg Errico from Sly Stone on drums (and production). Larry Graham on bass. Neal Schon on guitar. Buddy Miles on drums. Merl Saunders on electric piano, and many more. Betty was married to the great Jazz trumpet player […]
2000. Los Lobos with guest Pete Sears on piano. High Sierra Music Festival. Quincy, California.
2000. Pete Sears solo piano concert at a Jazz Club in Tokyo, Japan. I was promoting my “Millennium” album released in Japan.
2000. “Gathering On The Mountain. Jorma Kaukonen Trio. I gave up the piano chair to Tom Constanten for one tune…I switched to my trusty old accordion. I played a whole set with Levon Helms Blues Band on accordion at a later Gathering On The Mountain…he’s an amazing drummer with a special feel. He hadn’t recovered enough to […]
2000. “Gathering On The Mountain”. Jorma Kaukonen Trio, Jorma Kaukonen (lead guitar), Michael Falzarano (rhythm guitar), Pete Sears (keyboards & keyboard bass). I played with the “Jorma Kaukonen Trio”. Upstate New York. — with Jorma Kaukonen, Melvin Seals, Michael Falzarano and Merl Saunders.
2000. “Each Others Legend” Joseph Langham. I played keyboards, and co-produced this album with Joseph. I had Steve Kimock come in and play on a couple of tracks. Joseph is an amazing singer songwriter with a very cool band. He lives with Ethno-Botanist Phyllis Hogan in a sustainable house he built in Flagstaff, Arizona. I […]
2000. Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship, Starship, “Love Songs”. I wrote “Play On Love” with Grace Slick, and “Save Your Love”, and “Be My Lady” with Jeannette Sears. — with Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson Starship.
2000 January “Tibet’s Stolen Child” I wrote and recorded the original score for this documentary film. The greatest peacemakers of our time search for the truth about Tibet’s Panchen Lama, a boy whose fate could affect the destiny of a country struggling to avoid the destruction of its spiritual traditions. A young boy, the Panchen Lama, […]
1999. Jorma Kaukonen Trio with special guest, the great Vassar Clements on fiddle. — with Jorma Kaukonen, Michael Falzarano, Pete Sears, and Vassar Clements.
1999. Nick Gravenites and Animal Mind. “Kill My Brain”. I play piano and Hammond B3 on this album. Nick and I go way back. Nick sings and plays lead guitar, Doug Killmer plays bass, Roy Blumenfeld drums, Sammy Hager guitar and background vocals on a couple of tracks, Huey Lewis harp on a couple of tracks. Recorded […]
1999 re-release of a KAK album from 1969. KAK Lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist “Gary Yoder” included a track on this CD from his solo album called “Flight From The East”, which was recorded right after KAK disbanded. It was recorded in Los Angeles for Epic Records. Gary on vocals and rhythm guitar, I played keyboards, […]
1999. “The Best of Rod Stewart” The Millennium Collection. I’m playing piano on “Country Comforts”, “Every Picture Tells A Story”, “Reason To Believe”, and Celeste on “Maggie May”. — with Rod Stewart. Tag PhotoAdd LocationEdit
1999. Jorma Kaukonen Trio. “Live at the Higher Ground” Recorded in Winooski, Vermont. The JKT was Jorma Kaukonen, Michael Falzarano, and me. Trey Anastasio of Phish sat in on three of the tracks. — with Jorma Kaukonen and Michael Falzarano.
1999. “Slumgoddess”. Julie Madeiros. I played piano and Hammond B3 on this cool rocking album by Julie…she’s a great musician and singer.