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    The Bible
  • Eureka CD  (1988) producer
  • Jackson Brown & Joan Osborne
  • My Back Pages producer (with Ray Kennedy), plays guitar and organ Steal This Movie soundtrack CD  (2000)
  • Cindy Bullens
  • Neverland CD  (2001) backing vocals on Neverland
  • Johnny Cash
  • Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison reissued CD (1999) Steve wrote some liner notes
  • Guy Clark
  • Desperadoes Waiting For A Train harmony vocal Old No. 1 album  (1975)
  • Desperadoes Waiting For A Train harmony vocal Greatest Hits cassette  (RCA Sound Value 6321-4-R, 1987)
  • Anyhow I Love You (live in 1975) backup vocal and bass The Early Years At Kerrville  10 CD set
  • Jessi Colter
  • Nowhere Road producer Outlaw's 20th anniversary record (1996, US)
  • Confederate Railroad
  • Good Ol' Boy (Gettin' Tough) vocal and rhythm guitar Keep On Rockin' CD  (Atlantic 83024, 1998)
  • Sheryl Crow
  • C'mon, C'mon Steve thanked in liner notes  (2002)
    Jerry Douglas
  • Don't Take Your Guns To Town vocal and guitar Restless On The Farm CD  (1998)
  • Stacey Earle
  • Losers Weep very special harmony Simple Gearle CD  (1998)
    Fairfield Four
  • I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray CD  (1998) thanked in liner notes
  • The Fairfield Four And Friends CD  (Blue Plate Music BPM-402, 2000, US) performs You Know The Rest live solo
  • The Fairfield Four And Friends CD  (Blue Plate Music BPM-402, 2000, US) performs Valentine's Day live with the Fairfield Four
  • Fiftymen
  • After Dark CD (2002) track ten is called Steve Earle (get info from fiftymen@hotmail.com)
  • Rex Foster
  • Buffalo Zen CD (2001) Steve wrote some liner notes
  • David Gates
  • Preston Falls [novel] Steve's music is mentioned to be in the narrator's car stereo
  • Vince Gill
  • The Things That Matter LP  (RCA CPL1-5348, 1985) "special thanks" to Steve in liner notes
  • Tom Gilroy
  • The Haiku Years Steve wrote the introduction (2004)
  • Nanci Griffith
  • Deportee (Plane Wreck At Los Gatos) vocal, harmony vocal Other Voices, Too (A Trip Back To Bountiful) CD  (Electra 62235-2, 1998)
  • Desperadoes Waiting For A Train vocal Other Voices, Too (A Trip Back To Bountiful) CD  (Electra 62235-2, 1998)
  • Clock Without Hands CD  (2001) thanked in liner notes (with others) for "keeping the studio rocking day and night" [album recorded at Room & Board]
  • Guilt
  • an EP (title unknown) producer  CD  (1991) also co-wrote the song Sundance
  • Hangdogs
  • The Ring East Of Yesterday album mentioned in lyrics  ("Steve Earle sang me through nights of rain and tears")
  • John Wesley Harding
  • Our Lady Of The Highway co-vocals and mandolin The Confessions Of St.Ace CD (Mammoth MT-65503-2, 2000)
  • Emmylou Harris
  • Every Grain Of Sand acoustic guitar Wrecking Ball CD  (1995)
  • Goodbye finger picking acoustic guitar Wrecking Ball CD  (1995)
  • Goodbye finger picking acoustic guitar Goodbye CD single  (1996)
  • Sweet Old World acoustic guitar Wrecking Ball CD  (1995)
  • Telling Stories, Writing Songs - An Album ofTexas Songwriters dust jacketKathleen Hudson
  • Telling Stories, Writing Songs An Album Of Texas Songwriters book [2001?] features thirty-four interviews with Texas songwriters including Steve Earle available in hardcover and paperback
  • Indigo Girls
  • Shame On You harmonica, vocals Shaming Of The Sun CD (Epic EK 67891, 1997)
  • Jack Ingram
  • Dallas (written by Jimmie Dale Gilmore) co-lead vocals Livin' Or Dyin' CD  (Rising Tide RTD-53046, 1997)
  • Livin' Or Dyin' CD  (Rising Tide RTD-53046, 1997) co-producer, vocals, guitars, harmonium
  • J-45
  • Long Distance Lovers CD  (Broken Line 1183-2, 2000) thanked in liner notes (along with Ray Kennedy)
  • Waylon Jennings
  • Nowhere Road producer Outlaw's 20th anniversary record (1996, US)
  • Junkyard
  • Slippin' Away mandolin Sixes, Sevens & Nines CD  (Geffen GEFD 24372, 1991)
  • Bap Kennedy
  • Dirty Old Town co-lead vocals Domestic Blues CD  (1998)
  • Domestic Blues CD  (1998) co-producer, guitars, background vocals
  • Kennedys
  • Sirens mandolin Live Is Large CD  (Green Linnet GLCD 2123, 1996)
  • Stephen King
  • Nightmares And Dreamscapes [short story] mentions that the jukebox is playing Steve Earle and the Dukes' Six Days On The Road
  • Cheri Knight
  • The Northeast Kingdom CD  (1998) co-producer, guitars, cowbell, bouzouki, handclaps, vocals, harmonium
  • Kris Kristofferson
  • Sunday Morning Coming Down harmony vocal The Austin Sessions CD  (Atlantic 83208-2, 1999)
  • Patty Loveless
  • You're So Cool harmonica Strong Heart CD  (Epic EK 69880, 2000)
  • Bill Lyerly
  • Hangmen alternate vocals, co-producer Railroad Station Blues CD  (1998)
  • Cobalt Blues CD  (1999) "special thanks" to Steve in liner notes
  • Magnetic Fields
  • Acoustic Guitar 69 Love Songs Vol. 3 album mentioned in lyrics  ("Acoustic guitar, if you think I play hard / well, you could have belonged to Steve Earle")
  • Siobhan Maher-Kennedy
  • Immigrant Flower album album co-produced by Steve, Siobhan covers two Steve Songs (Fearless Heart and Promise You Anything), and Steve also appears on the album
    Marah
  • Formula, Cola, Dollar Draft Let's Cut The Crap And Hook Up Later On Tonight album song with a Steve song mentioned in lyrics  ("I was rollin' down the highway, doing it my way / Whistling Someday and singing this song...")
  • Delbert McClinton
  • Lone Star Blues Room To Breathe CD  (New West NW6042, 2002) Steve as part of "background chorus"
  • Del McCoury Band
  • The Cold Hard Facts CD  (Rounder CD 0363, 1996) Steve wrote some liner notes
  • The Family CD  (Ceili CD 2001, 1999) Steve thanked in liner notes
  • Buddy Miller
  • Poison Love vocal Poison Love CD  (Hightone, HCD8084, 1997)
  • Love Match background vocal Cruel Moon CD  (Hightone, 1999)  [also includes a cover of Steve's song I'm Not Getting Any Better At Goodbyes]
  • Julie Miller
  • I Call On You vocal My Blue Pony CD  (1997)
  • All My Tears mandolin Broken Things CD  (1999)
  • Strange Lover vocal Broken Things CD  (1999)
  • Scotty Moore / DJ Fontana
  • Hot Enough For Ya vocals and acoustic guitar All The King's Men CD  (1997)
  • Willie Nelson
  • Nowhere Road producer Outlaw's 20th anniversary record (1996, US)
  • Michael Ondaatje
  • Anil's Ghost [novel, 2000] mentioned on page 169 ("He buzzed the tape forward to Steve Earle's Fearless Heart, with its intricate swagger. No one but Steve Earle for her in the worst times. There was a thump in her blood, a sexual hip in her movement, when she heard any of his songs of furious loss.")
  • Joan Osborne & Jackson Brown
  • My Back Pages producer (with Ray Kennedy), plays guitar and organ Steal This Movie soundtrack CD  (2000)
  • The Outlaws
  • Nowhere Road producer, guitars Wanted! the Outlaws CD (1996)
  • Gram Parsons (tribute)
  • High Fashion Queen co-vocals with Chris Hillman Return Of The Grievous Angel CD (Almo, AMSD-80024,1999, US)
    Pearl Jam
  • Lost Dogs background vocals Fortunate Son DVD (2003)
    Gretchen Peters
  • I Ain't Ever Satisfied background vocals The Secrets Of Life CD (1996)
    Kelly Joe Phelps
  • Shine Eyed Mister Zen  (1999) Steve wrote some liner notes
  • Jason Reed
  • Highway CD  (1996) "special thanks" to "the best damn singer / songwriter ever, Mr. Steve Earle!" in liner notes
    Kenny Roby
  • Mercury's Blues CD  (Glitterhouse Records, GRCD449, 1999) Steve thanked in liner notes
    Tim Rogers
  • What Rhymes With Girls And Cars CD "thanks" to Steve in liner notes
  • Ron Sexmith
  • unknown title at the present time CD  (2001) producer
    Joanna Serraris (compiler)
  • Steve Earle In Quotes limited edition (1500 copies) book compilation of things Steve has said  (1997, Netherlands)
    Sharon Shannon & Friends
  • The Galway Girl mandolin and vocals The Galway Girl CD5  (Grapevine CDGPS 284, 2000, UK)  (different mix than the version on Transcendental Blues)
  • The Galway Girl mandolin and vocals The Diamond Mountain Sessions CD  (2001, UK)  (different mix than the version on Transcendental Blues)
    6 String Drag
  • I Can't Remember acoustic guitar High Hat CD  (1997)
  • High Hat CD  (1997) co-producer
  • Jill Sobule
  • Love Is Never Equal guitar, vocal Happy Town CD  (Lava 82991-2, 1997)
  • Love Is Never Equal guitar, vocal I Never Learned How to Swim: Jill Sobule 1990-2000 CD  (2001)
  • Texas guitar, vocal  (2002)  [mp3 soundfile]
  • Lauren St John
  • Walkin' After Midnight UK dust jacketWalkin' After Midnight A Journey To The Heart Of Nashville book (ISBN 0-330-39181-X, Picador, UK, August 2000] photo of Steve on front and back of dust jacket, Steve quoted on back of dust jacket ("This book is about my Nashville, the town I've called home for 26 years and have come to love in spite of itself" STEVE EARLE), thanked in the acknowledgments ("Lastly, and most importantly, thanks to Steve Earle, whose generosity, wit and wisdom make this book possible and who proves conclusively that not all heroes have feet of clay"), two chapters about Steve (#5 The Twang Trust and #7 Journey Of Hope), epilogue written by Steve ("Hey girl, I'm mixing the record and finishing the book and writing the play and starting the theatre and chasing the kids and teaching the folkies and changing the world and pedaling as fast as I can.  Your book's great.  Sara loved it as well."), three photos of Steve (at the beginning of chapters #5 and #7, and in front of the epilogue), and is the "thread that runs through the whole book"
  • The Life And Near Death Of Steve EarleHardcore Troubadour The Live And Near Death Of Steve Earle book (ISBN 1-84115-610-8, Fourth Estate, UK, November 2002 / ISBN 0-00-714942-5, Fourth Estate, US, February 2003) biography of Steve, including 16 pages of b/w photos  [a rondomly-picked excerpt here (from page 377):  "It was that trait of Steve's with which Sara had the most difficulty.  'I find it really frustrating sometimes because he speaks in the definitive, whether or not he knows what he's talking about.  Generally, he does.  I mean, he knows so much.  He's got this amazing steel trap mind and once information goes in, it doesn't come out.  But obviously there are some things he doesn't know... And sometimes I just have to say, "STOP!  You might want to preface that statement with, 'What I believe is...' or , 'Here's how I see it.' "  But that's not the way Steve operates.  It's just full steam ahead in every way.' "]
  • Garrison Starr
  • From Take-Off To Landing co-producer and co-mixer of Serves Me Right and At The Heart Of This Thing (as well as the radio single version of Five Minutes); backing vocals on Serves Me Right
  • The Thompson Brothers Band
  • Pick Up The Tempo vocals Blame It On The Dog CD
  • Greg Trooper
  • Light In The Window vocals Noises In The Hallway CD  (1996)
  • I'll Keep It With Mine co-lead vocals Popular Demons CD  (1998)
  • Floating CD (2003) Steve wrote some liner notes
  • V-roys
  • Just Add Ice CD  (1996) co-producer
  • All About Town CD  (1998) co-producer, guitars
  • Strange All About Town CD  (1998) drum and mini moog program (as the twangtrust)
  • Testify All About Town CD  (1998) mini moog bass sequence (as the twangtrust)
  • Virginia Way/Shenandoah Breakdown All About Town CD  (1998) harmonium (as the twangtrust)
  • Townes Van Zandt
  • If I Needed You Where Love Goes v/a CD (Crown Publishers, 1995) guitar and helped with engineering
  • Webb Wilder
  • Devil's Right Hand It Came From Nashville album  (1986) "...thank you Steve Earle for writing such a good song..."
  • Hank Williams, Jr.
  • Young Country Born To Boogie CD  (1987) guests (vocals, part of the "celebrity chorus")
  • Lucinda Williams
  • Car Wheels On A Gravel Road CD  (1998) basic tracks co-producer, guitars, harmonica, harmony vocal
  • Peter Wolf
  • Some Things You Don't Want To Know Sleeples CD  (Artemis ATM 508078 2, 2002) contributing vocals

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