The official site for David Edwards’ early music
David’s first two solo albums: David Edwards and Get the Picture, plus more than 40 minutes of previously unreleased material: new songs, demos recordings, and live performances.
|Disc 1 (David Edwards)||Disc 2 (Get the Picture)|
|Best Friend||Anything But Love|
|Rather Be Wrong||Someone To Trust|
|Commercial Suicide||The Feeling Part|
|Nagging Optimism||Watch Over Your Heart|
|Hollywood High||How Could You Throw It All Away|
|The Getaway||Break The Big One|
|Kicks||Put Me Down|
|Disposable Love||All I Want|
|The Tongue Is A Fire||True Confession|
|Don’t Ever Say||Girls Like You|
|Not Going To Fall Away||A Fool’s Condition|
|Song Of Wholeness|
|Bonus Tracks||Bonus Tracks|
|Part of Yesterday (demo)||Befriended (demo)|
|You Got Me Now (demo)||Hope Lies Still (demo)|
|Disposable Love (unmixed rough track)||Friend Of Old (demo)|
|Nagging Optimism (unmixed rough track)||By The Way Of the Sea (a “new” Christmas song)|
|Tongue Is a Fire (unmixed disco version)|
|The Feeling Part (Live at Greenbelt)|
|Commercial Suicide (Live at Calvary Chapel)|
Due to a manufacturer‘s error, we have a limited number of copies of The Collected Archives that are missing disc 2, so if you’d like a copy of only disc 1 (see above for contents) at a great price, here’s your chance.
Buy one, get another for just $4.00 extra. Give one to a friend!
Studio Edwards is pleased to be able to offer this career-spanning CD from the like-minded Steve Scott.
“Thinking person’s Christian rock by Christian rock’s thinking person,” Jerry Wilson wrote in a review of “Emotional Tourist” when it was released in 2012. This disc explores the many sides of British poet/musician Steve Scott, from his most popular songs to his most experimental. It begins with a Larry Norman-produced garage band version of “Different Kind of Light”, later covered by the 77s on their debut album. The next eight songs have a sort of ’80s new wave vibe, and are collected from various sources, including alt versions and lost tracks. “Love in the Western World” is remixed from Scott’s critically-acclaimed 1983 album of the same title, and “Ghost Train” was a crowd favorite at Chicago’s Cornerstone Festival.
The last six tracks are taken from Scott’s spoken word over music albums. Some are drawn from Scott’s continuing series of poetry/travelog journals collectively known as “The Boundaries”. Steve comments on each song in the included eight page booklet. For fans of Larry Norman, Randy Stonehill, Daniel Amos, David Edwards, Mark Heard, Mike Knott, Bruce Cockburn, Dann Gunn, and the Choir.
Order both The Collected Archives and Emotional Tourist and save!
Simple piano arrangements of the songs, along with lyrics, chords, and program notes in a printed, comb-bound book.
Simple piano arrangements of the songs, along with lyrics, chords, and song notes in a downloadable pdf file.
Note: The even numbered pages are slightly skewed because that is the way they are in the original.
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Pop songs with a chamber orchestra! Inspired by George MacDonald and C.S. Lewis with lyrics based on specific stories by those authors.