Dave's most recent CD, Who Said What opens with the hopeful romantic mood of Go With Me, but then quickly moves into anti-war territory with If I Was You as track 2. The CD covers a lot of personal and political territory in 14 tracks, from the loss of a musician friend due to drug addiction (One More Broken Thing) to an exploration of the hazards of nuclear power (Wind Whistle) and Wall St. shenanigans (Under the Table), and Dave closes the CD with a promise that he'll be coming back again (So Long Friend).
1. Go With Me / 2. If I Was You / 3. Wind Whistle / 4. All My Mornings / 5. Round Robin / 6. One More Broken Thing / 7. Mark on the Land / 8. Under the Table / 9. Song of the Wood / 10. Dream Revelations / 11. Take Me Further / 12. Reasons Rhyme / 13. Nobody Knows / 14. So Long Friend
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Dave's 2009 CD Elder Street is a collection of recordings from various projects, some finished and some not, along different stages of Dave's career, including the recent Bush-era offerings Chainy Snake and Don't Misunderestimate Me, turn-of-the-millennium tracks But But But and Drive Me to Distraction, and also remixed versions of Dave's 1984 vinyl single The Wanderer/At the Crossroads and an updated version of that old Dave Elder audience favorite Sweet Rainy-day Friend.
1. Chainy Snake / 2. Marketplace / 3. Sweet Rainy-day Friend / 4. But But But / 5. The Wanderer / 6. Country Highway / 7. All My Mornings / 8. Under the Table / 9. Ship in a Bottle / 10. As Long as Merle is Still Haggard / 11. Drive Me to Distraction / 12. Stormy Winds / 13. Just a Stone / 14. At the Crossroads / 15. Don't Misunderestimate Me
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Dave's 1996 CD Country Drivin' has a much lighter feel than his more recent recordings, reflecting a very different background than the one that dawned in late 2000 with darker times on the horizon. Though he does take the listener through Hell's Kitchen, he mostly shares the fun of Drivin' in My Sleep Again, Fishin', and As Long As Merle is Still Haggard, even making it feel good to get caught in the Texas Rain or see a Black Snake in the Water.
1. Gospel / 2. Rusty Chains / 3. Who Shot Handsome Johnnie? / 4. Soundings / 5. Colors of Yours / 6. Just Lookin' / 7. Hell's Kitchen / 8. Texas Rain / 9. Soundings Further Out / 10. Bad Luck and Trouble / 11. Thanks a Lot / 12. As Long as Merle is Still Haggard / 13. Drivin' in My Sleep Again / 14. Fishin' / 15. Could Have Been There / 16. Black Snake in the Water / 17. Just a Stone
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