David Egan

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Reuben David Egan (b. 1954) is an American singer, songwriter, and pianist based in Lafayette, Louisiana, who composes, records, and performs rock, Cajun-rock, soul, and blues.

Selected discography[edit]

  • "Underground Stream" by David Egan, performed by Irma Thomas and David Egan (piano)
1) On Irma Thomas' album, Simply GrandRounder Records (2008)
  • "One Foot In The Bayou" by David Egan
1) On Tab Benoit's album, Power of the PontchartrainTelarc (2007)
2) Performed by Filé (David Egan, vocals and piano) on the 1996 album La Vie MarronGreen Linnet (1996)
  • "Good To You Baby" by David Egan and Buddy Flett
1) On Tab Benoit's album, Power of the PontchartrainTelarc (2007)
  • "If You Knew How Much" by David Egan
  • "Stone Survivor" by David Egan
  • These Honey-Do’s" by Irma Thomas and David Egan
1) On Irma Thomas' album After the RainRounder Records (2007)
  • "Peace, Love and BBQ" by David Egan, Tony Braunagel, and John Lee Schell
1) On Marcia Ball's album Peace, Love and BBQAlligator Records (2008)
  • "Fading Footsteps" by David Egan
1) On Solomon Burke's album Make Do With What You GotShout Factory (2005)
  • "Please No More" by David Egan and Greg Hansen
1) On Etta James' album Let’s RollPrivate Music (2003)
2) Performed by Marcia Ball, Irma Thomas and Tracy Nelson on the album Sing ItRounder Records (1988)
3) On Joe Cocker's album Night CallsCapitol Records (1992)
4) On Terry Evans' album Come To The RiverAudioQuest Music (1997)
1) On Marc Broussard's debut album Momentary Setback – Ripley (2002)
  • "First You Cry" by David Egan and Buddy Flett
1) On Percy Sledge's album Blue NightPoint Blank Records (1994)
2) Performed by Lil’ Band O’ Gold (David Egan, vocals and keyboards) on album Lil’ Band O’ GoldShanachie Records (2000)
3) On Maura O'Connell's album Blue Is The Color Of Hope &ndash Warner Bros. Records (1992)
  • "Wake Up Call" by David Egan and David Love Lewis
1) Performed by John Mayall and Mavis Staples on the Wake Up CallSilvertone (1993)
2) On Jimmy Witherspoon's album The Blues, The Whole Blues, And Nothing But The Blues – Indigo (1992); produced by Mike Vernon
  • "Sing It" by David Egan
1) Performed by Marcia Ball, Irma Thomas and Tracy Nelson Sing ItRounder Records (1998)
  • "People Will Be People" by David Egan
1) Performed by Marcia Ball, Irma Thomas and Tracy Nelson Sing ItRounder Records (1998)
2) On the The Fabulous Thunderbirds on the 2001 album LiveSanctuary Records Group (2001)
  • "Even Now" by David Egan and Buddy Flett
1) On Johnny Adams' album on the 1998 album Man Of My WordRounder Records (1998)
  • "Too Much Wine" by David Egan
  • "Can’t Get Nothin’ Sucka" by David Egan and Nathan Williams
1) Performed by Nathan and the Zydeco Cha-Chas on the 2000 album Let’s GoRounder Records (2000)
  • "When I Was A Dinosaur" by David Egan and Larry Armer
1) Performed by Trout Fishing in America's album Big TroubleTrout Records (1991)
2) On the album Dr. Demento’s 25th Anniversary Collection: More of the Greatest Novelty Records of All TimeRhino Records (1995)
3) Performed by Bill Mumy and Robert Haimer on The Dinosaur Album - A Musical Adventure Through The Jurassic AgeKid Rhino (1993)
4) On the Chenille Sisters' album 1 - 2 - 3 - For KidsRed House Records (1990)

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