San Francisco Days
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|San Francisco Days|
|Studio album by Chris Isaak|
|Released||April 13, 1993|
|Genre||Rock and roll, rockabilly, roots rock|
|Chris Isaak chronology|
San Francisco Days is the fourth album by Chris Isaak, released in 1993. The album was dedicated to the memory of Louie Beeson, who was the sound consultant.
All tracks composed by Chris Isaak; except where indicated
- "San Francisco Days"
- "Beautiful Homes"
- "Round 'N' Round"
- "Two Hearts"
- "Can't Do a Thing (To Stop Me)" (Isaak, Brian Elliot)
- "Except the New Girl"
- "Move Along"
- "I Want Your Love"
- "Lonely With a Broken Heart"
- "Solitary Man" (Neil Diamond)
- Chris Isaak - vocals, guitar
- James Calvin Wilsey - lead guitar
- Rowland Salley - bass, vocals
- Kenney Dale Johnson - drums, vocals
- Jimmy Pugh - Hammond B3 organ on "I Want Your Love"
- Danny Gatton - lead guitar
- Jeff Watson - lead guitar
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