Son Volt: Discography of the Moment

Son Volt is an alt-country band that was formed by former Uncle Tupelo members Jay Farrar and Mike Heidorn.

Sun Volt Web Links:

Son Volt Official website
Son Volt Wiki article
Son Volt Facebook page
Son Volt Twitter page
Son Volt MySpace page
Son Volt on Last.fm

Discography:

Son_Volt-Trace_(album_cover)Trace
Released in September 1995 by Warner Brothers Records.
Produced by Brian Paulson and Son Volt.
Band lineup:
Jay Farrar – vocals, guitar; Eric Heywood – steel guitar; Dave Boquist – guitar, banjo, fiddle; Mike Heidorn – drums; Jim Boquist – bass.
Tracks: 11
Windfall. Live Free. Tear Stained Eye. Route. Ten Second News. Drown. Loose String. Out of the Picture. Catching On. Too Early. Mystifies Me.
Charts:
#166 on the Billboard 200.

 

StraightawaysStraightaways
Released in April 1997 by Warner Brothers.
Produced by Brian Paulson and Son Volt.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 10
Caryatid Easy. Back Into Your World. Picking Up the Signal. Left a Slide. Creosote. Cemetary Savior. Last Minute Shakedown. Been Set Free. No More Parades. Way Down Watson.

 

Wide_Swing_TremoloWide Sing Tremelo
Released in October 1998 by Warner Brothers.
Produced by Son Volt.
Lineup changes:
Eric Heywood did not perform on this album.
Tracks: 14
Straightface. Driving the View. Jodel. Medicine Hat. Strands. Flow. Dead Mans Clothes. Right on Through. Chanty. Carry You Down. Question. Streets That Time Walks. Hanging Blue Side. Blind Hope.

 

220px-A-retrospectiveA Retrospective: 1995-2000
Compilation album released in May 2005 by Warner Brothers and Rhino Records.
Tracks: 20
Drown. Windfall. Route. Rex’s Blues. Looking at the World Through a Windshield. Too Early. Back Into Your World. Picking up the Signal. I’ve Got to Know. Creosote. Straightface. Tulsa County. Driving the View. Ain’t No More Cane. Flow. Holocaust. Tear Stained Eye. Loose String. Medicine Hat. Open All Night.

 

afterglow-epAfterglow 61
Released in September 2005 by Transmit Sound Records.
Produced by Son Volt.
Lineup changes:
Mike Heidorn left the band and was replaced by Dave Bryson; Jim Boquist left and was replaced by Andrew Duplantis; Dave Boquist left and was replaced by Brad Rice and Chris Frame.
Tracks: 6
Afterglow 61. Joe Citizen Blues. Bandages and Scars. Medication. Ipecac. Gramophone.

 

Okemah_and_the_Melody_of_RiotOkemah and the Melody of Riot
Released in October 2005 by Transmit Sounds.
Produced by Jay Farrar.
Lineup changes:
Chris Frame left the band and was not replaced.
Tracks: 13
Bandages and Scars. Afterglow 61. Jet Pilot. Atomsphere. Ipecac. Who. Endless War. Medication. 6 String Belief. Gramophone. Chaos Streams. World Waits for You. World Waits for You Reprise.

 

SonVoltTheSearchThe Search
Released in March 2007 by Transmit Sounds/Legacy Recordings.
Produced by Son Volt.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 14
Slow Hearse. The Picture. Action. Underground Dream. Circadian Rhythmn. Beacon Soul. The Search. Adrenaline and Heresy. Satellite. Automatic Society. Methamphetamine. L Train. Highways and Cigarettes. Phosphate Skin.

 

chantandstrumOn Chant and Strum
Compilation album released in 2007 by Legacy Recordings.
Tracks: 23

 

 

 

220px-American_Central_DustAmerican Central Dust
Released in July 2009 by Rounder Records.
Produced by Son Volt.
Lineup changes:
Brad Rice left the band and was replaced by Chris Masterson and Mark Spencer.
Tracks: 12
Dynamite. Down to the Wire. Roll On. Cocaine and Ashes. Dust of Daylight. When the Wheels Don’t Move. No Turning Back. Pushed Too Far. Exiles. Sultana. Strength and Doubt. Jukebox of Steel.

 

honkytonkHonky Tonk
Released in 2013 by Rounder Records.
Produced by Son Volt.
Lineup changes:
Chris Masterson left the band; Brad Sarno was added on pedal steel guitar; Gary Hunt was added on fiddle, mandolin, and guitar; Justin Branum was added on fiddle.
Tracks: 11
Hearts and Minds. Brick Walls. Wild Side. Down the Highway. Bakersfield. Livin On. Tears of Change. Angel of the Blues. Seawall. Barricades. Shine On.

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