Sean at Con Hall

Sean at Con Hall
Yamaha promo shot at Convocation Hall/Toronto

Sunday, 6 November 2011


Someone asked me recently how many albums I've played on....and I wasn't sure. It certainly isn't many compared to a lot of people, but there were more than I could think of off the top of my head (which speaks more to my slow recall than my prolificness!).

So, in chronological order, here we go!

Obscured - "Suck" EP - (1991 Independent) - Produced by Jamie Stewart of the Cult

69 Duster - Mania! (1995 Independent) - features Dale Martindale of Images In Vogue on vocals

Chad Richardson - Legends of Brud (1997 Aquarius/EMI) - album came about as a result of winning Q107's Home Grown contest in 1996

Wild Strawberries - Quiver (1998 Nettwerk) - played acoustic guitar on the track Speak Of The Devil

Heater EP (1999 Independent)

Chad Richardson - #1 Fan (2000 Independent) - Recorded in New York City while Chad was starring in Rent on Broadway

69 Duster - Ride (2001 Bhurr Records/RCD Music)

Neil Leyton - Brighter Side of Her Midnight Sun (2001 Fading Ways)

Crash Kelly - Penny Pills (2003 Bhurr Records CAN, TB Records UK, 2005 Liquor and Poker/Century Media USA, 2006 Spiritual Beast/Universal Japan)

Rye - Wolves (2004 Vibrahive/Maple Music) - band was fronted by Jeff Pearce of the band MOIST

Revolver - Turbulence (2004 Sextant Records/EMI CAN, 2005 Drakkar/SonyBMG EU) - features Nick  Walsh of Slik Toxik

The Show - (2005 Virgin/EMI) - played guitar on a few tracks

High Voltage EP (Bhurr Records/RCD Music) - I produced this EP, which won a Hamilton Music Award for best Loud Music changed its name to Dean Lickyer

Crash Kelly - Electric Satisfaction (2006 Liquor and Poker/Century Media US, Bhurr Records/Fontana CAN, Spiritual Beast/Universal Japan)

Sean Kelly - #1 Classical Guitar Album (2007 Opening Day/Universal)

Crash Kelly - One More Heart Attack (2008 Opening Day/Universal CAN, Warrior Records/Universal USA, Spiritual Beast/Universal Japan)

Crash Kelly - Love You Electric (2008 Bad Reputation EU) - A "best of" compilation for the European market

Sean Kelly - Christmas Guitar (2008 Opening Day/Universal) - Top 10 on the US Billboard Holiday Chart

Shobha - (Independent) - CD produced by Chad Richardson and Craig McConnell

Allister Thompson - Shadowlands (2008 Independent) - guitar on one track

Helix - Vagabond Bones (2009 Helix Records/Fontana/Universal) - Producer, Songwriter, Guitar, Bass

Nelly Furtado - Mas Acoustic EP (2009 Universal Music Gmbh) - Itunes exclusive from a live concert in Freiburg, Germany on the Mi Plan promotional tour of Europe

Helix - Smash Hits ...Unplugged! (2011 EMI Music Canada) - Producer, Guitar

Helix - Skin In The Game EP (2011 Helix Records) - Executive Producer, Writer, Guitar

Sean Kelly - Where The Wood Meets The Wire (2011 Opening Day/Universal)

Carole Pope - Landfall (2011 Le Petit Mort) - Bass on a few tracks

Warren Dean Flandez - (Cover Me Canada Productions/Universal) Seven singles recorded for CBC's Cover Me Canada program

COMPILATIONS (too many to remember, but here are the ones I do)

Metal For The Masses - The Canadian Assault (2005 Century Media) - Crash Kelly track She Gets Away

Metal For The Masses 4 - (2005 Century Media) Crash Kelly track Love Me Electric

Metal For The Masses 5 - (2006 Century Media) Crash Kelly track Ride The Wire

Liquor and Poker Music Sampler (2005 Century Media) Features tracks by Crash Kelly, Hanoi Rocks, Hellacopters, Backyard Babies and Fu Manchu

Be Naughty, Be Hair Metal (2010 WEA France) - French compilation featuring David Lee Roth, Skid Row, Twisted Sister, Ratt and many other hair metal heroes...and the CK track Ride The Wire

A Very Merry Christmas (2010 Opening Day) - Features three Sean Kelly Christmas tracks, Top 10 US Billboard Classical charts.

High Voltage Box - A Tribute to AC/DC (2008 Cleopatra Records/Cherry Red Records UK) - Crash Kelly covers Shot Down In Flames

Tribute to Motley Crue - (2007 Versailles Records) - CK covers On With The Show

Tribute to New York Dolls (2005 Fastlane Records) - CK covers Lonely Planet Boy

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