Peter Case discography

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Peter Case discography
Peter Case at McCabe's, 2008.jpg
Peter Case at McCabe's, April 26, 2008
Studio albums12
Compilation albums3
EPs4
Singles11
Tribute albums1

Peter Case is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. His discography consists of 12 studio albums, 3 compilations, 4 EPs, 11 singles, and 1 tribute album.

Solo albums[edit]

Compilations[edit]

EPs[edit]

  • 1986: Steel Strings (Geffen) 12" UK EP - "Steel Strings" / "Old Blue Car" / "Steel Strings (acoustic version)" / "Small Town Spree"
  • 1986: Selections from Peter Case (Geffen) 12" promo EP - "Echo Wars" / "Steel Strings" / "Old Blue Car" / "I Shook His Hand (acoustic version) / "Steel Strings (acoustic version)
  • 1992: Selections From Six-Pack of Love (Geffen) CD promo EP - "Dream About You" / "Deja Blues" / "Why?"
  • 2007: BeeSides (Vanguard) CD promo EP - "Beyond The Blues" / "One More Mile" / "Watch Out (Previously Unreleased)" / "Gone (alternative version)"

Singles[edit]

  • 1986: "Steel Strings" / "Small Town Spree" (Geffen)
  • 1986: "Old Blue Car" (Geffen) promo 12"
  • 1989: "Put Down the Gun" (Geffen) promo CD
  • 1989: "Put Down The Gun" / "Entella Hotel" (Geffen)
  • 1989: "Travellin' Light" / "Put Down the Gun" (Geffen)
  • 1992: "Dream About You" / "Wonderful 99" (Geffen)
  • 1997: "Let Me Fall (radio edit)" (Vanguard) promo
  • 1998: "Until the Next Time (radio edit)" (Vanguard) promo
  • 2000: "Coulda Shoulda Woulda" (Vanguard) promo
  • 2002: "Something's Coming (Edit)" (Vanguard) promo
  • 2010: Live At Euclid (Euclid Records) - "Dig What You're Puttin' Down" / "Nadine"

Tribute albums[edit]

As a member of The Nerves[edit]

  • 1976: The Nerves EP (Bomp!)
  • 2008: One Way Ticket (Alive) - reissue of 1976 EP plus demos and previously unreleased tracks[3]
  • 2009: Live! At The Pirate's Cove (Alive)

As a member of the Breakaways[edit]

  • 2009: Walking out on Love (The Lost Sessions) (Bomp! / Alive)[4]

As a member of The Plimsouls[edit]

  • 1981: The Plimsouls (Planet)
  • 1983: Everywhere at Once (Geffen)
  • 1989: One Night in America (Fan Club / Oglio)
  • 1998: Kool Trash (Fuel 2000 / Shaky City]])
  • 2010: Live! Beg, Borrow & Steal (Alive)
  • 2012: Beach Town Confidential (Live at the Golden Bear 1983)
  • 2012: Live At The Palace, Hollywood, California 11/16/85 (Kool Kat Muzik)

As composer[edit]

1979 - 1989[edit]

1990 - 1994[edit]

1995 - 2004[edit]

  • 1995: Psychotic Youth - Bamboozle! (Wolverine) - track 9, "How Long Will It Take"
  • 1996: Bob Neuwirth - Look Up (Watermelon) - track 5, "Beyond The Blues" (co-written with Tom Russell and Bob Neuwirth); track 8, "Everybody's Got A Job To Do" and track 10, "Traveling Light" (both songs co-written with Bob Neuwirth)
  • 1997: John Prine - Live on Tour (Oh Boy) - track 5, "Space Monkey" (co-written with John Prine)
  • 1998: Robert Earl Keen - Walking Distance (Arista) - track 2, "Travelin' Light" (co-written with Bob Neuwirth)
  • 2001: Kevin Bowe - Love Songs & Murder Ballads (Okemah Prophets) - track 9, "Coulda Shoulda Woulda" - (co-written with Duane Jarvis and Kevin Bowe)
  • 2003: Duane Jarvis - Delicious (Slewfoot) - track 1, "Coulda Shoulda Woulda" (co-written with Duane Jarvis and Kevin Bowe)

2005 - present[edit]

As producer[edit]

  • 1990: Flophouse - Flophouse (Heyday)
  • 2005: Plastic Letters - Don't Tell Your Boyfriend (Screaming Apple)
  • 2011: Dead Rock West - Bright Morning Stars (Audio & Video Labs)
  • 2013: Claudia Russell - All Our Luck is Changing (Radio Rhythm)
  • 2014: Eva De Roovere - Chanticleer (self-released)
  • 2014: Wayne Haught - Fingers (self-released)
  • 2015: Bob Hillman - Lost Soul (Audio & Video Labs)

As primary artist/song contributor[edit]

  • 1989: Fast Folk Musical Magazine: Los Angeles (Fast Folk Musical Magazine) - track 13, "Punch & Socko"
  • 1994: various artists - Tulare Dust : A Songwriter's Tribute to Merle Haggard (HighTone) - track 3, "A Working Man Can't Get Nowhere Today"
  • 2001: various artists - Avalon Blues: A Tribute to the Music of Mississippi John Hurt (Vanguard) - track 6, "Monday Morning Blues" (with Dave Alvin)
  • 2004: various artists - Por Vida: A Tribute to the Songs of Alejandro Escovedo (Or Music) - track 1-15, "The End"
  • 2009: various artists - Man of Somebody's Dreams: A Tribute to Chris Gaffney (Yep Roc) - track 5, "Six Nights A Week"
  • 2010: various artists - Riding The Range: The Songs of Townes Van Zandt (Righteous) - track 9, "If I Was Washington" (with Stan Ridgway)
  • 2013: various artists - I Am the Resurrection: a Tribute to John Fahey (Vanguard) - track 12, "When The Catfish Is In Bloom"
  • 2013: various artists - The Del Shannon Tribute: Songwriter, Vol. 1 ([Rockbeat) - track 8, "Keep Searchin'" (with Carla Olson and Kelley Ryan); track 10, "I Go to Pieces" (with Carla Olson and Drysdales)
  • 2014: various artists - Link of Chain: A Songwriters' Tribute to Chris Smither (Signature Sounds) - track 14, "Caveman"

Also appears on[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Discography". Petercase.com. Retrieved 2015-12-08.
  2. ^ Cornell, Rick (28 February 2006). "Various Artists - A Case For Case: A Tribute To The Songs Of Peter Case". No Depression. Retrieved 30 May 2017.
  3. ^ Rosenberg, Tal (10 December 2008). "Record Review: The Nerves, One Way Ticket". LA Weekly. Retrieved 30 April 2017.
  4. ^ Castrodale, Jelisa (18 February 2010). "The Breakaways: Walking Out on Love". PopMatters. Retrieved 30 May 2017.

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