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Discography

Two Dollar Shoes 1996

Wilory Farm 1998

Live at Cibolo 1999

Places in Between 2000

Live in San Marcos 2001

The Ring 2002

Art of Removing Wallpaper 2004

Art of Removing Wallpaper (Remixed) 2012

Friendswood and Beyond 2004

Celebrate the Difference 2005

Spiritual Kind on the Road 2007

The Spiritual Kind 2007

Christmas on Wilory Farm 2008

Left Over Alls 2008

Cry Till You Laugh 2010

Cry Till You Laugh Part Aint Art (Book) 2010 

Love You Strong 2016

The Slaughterhouse Sessions 2016

Talk to a Human 2019

Who is Ann 2019 

The Girl With the Exploding Brain (Book) 2020


Who is Ann? Project 5.4

 

Who is Ann? (Project 5.4)

Released: Sept. 6, 2019

 

When Enigma burst on the music scene in the ’90s with their blend of electronica-infused pop music, I became hooked. They have remained an influence in my music ever since, as have elements of rap, folk, country, and basically any artist that colors outside the lines lyrically and musically. From the pedal steel wizardry of Lloyd Maines to my own collection of loops and spoken word pieces, I hammered out a dream of mine. We created a collection of songs where the music is infused with vocal percussion and lyrics to create a mood that addresses depression from profound loss, and the steely reserve to move forward and grab the light. A light that must not be dimmed — especially in our current climate. 

 

Track Listing 

1. Drive  3:18 

(Terri Hendrix)

2. Happy   3:17

(Terri Hendrix)  

3. Move   3:18

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines/Pat Manske)

4. Woman   2:47

(Terri Hendrix)    

5. Grieve   3:58

(Terri Hendrix)

 

Recording

Produced by Terri Hendrix 

(Happy,” “Woman,” and Grieve") 

Produced by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix 

(Move Your Body,” “Drive”)   

Recorded at The Zone in Dripping Springs, Texas and Bubba's Place

Recorded at Wilory Farm, in Martindale, Texas 

Engineered, mixed, and mastered by Pat Manske at The Zone in Dripping Springs, Texas

 

Credits

Terri Hendrix: Vocals, harmony vocals, loops, samples 

Lloyd Maines: Acoustic, electric guitars, pedal steel, percussion, mandolin, papoose, bass guitar and ukulele

Pat Manske: Keypads 

Drew Womack: Harmony vocals 

 

Album Artwork: Melissa Webb 

 

This album is dedicated to Tammi Hendrix 

 

Information

THM Music Publishing, BMI

Art Mob Music Publishing, BMI

Administered by BUG/BMG Music 

 

Song by Song: By Terri Hendrix

 

1. “Drive”

I collect royalty-free electronica samples. For this song we merged pop samples with country music instrumentation. It's a spoken word piece where the pedal steel creates a moody vibe about love and loss. 

2. “Happy”  

This track features bullies, racists, homophobic religious zealots, hypocrites, mean-spirited politicians, and radio and television anomalies. I've been recording these voices that prey on fear, strive to divide, and distort religion for their own political aspirations for the past 15 years. I've now looped some of them and put them to a quirky little dance track. Why did I do this? Because I'm tired of their "song" and needed to write my own. Because there is no "us versus them." There is just us.

3. “Move" 

After my sister Tammi's death, I moved one limb at a time to get out of bed. I wrote this right before a show. I was under the weather and didn't want to cancel. But I "moved my body" and it all worked out. There comes a time to get back up. It took me a year. 

4. “Woman”

Attitude is everything and this song is my tribute to the women champions who stick their neck out, spread their wings, and fly in spite of adversity. 

5. “Grieve” 

I lost my sister, Tammi Hendrix, at 6:42 p.m. on March 8, 2018. I still grieve for my sister like a wounded animal. The waves come in and I find myself back in the ocean. That's why there are samples of the ocean in this track. The breathy vocal bursts are deliberate, and signify being unable to breath during the grieving process. 


Talk to a Human Project 5.3

 

 

Talk to a Human (Project 5.3)

Released: Sept. 6, 2019

 

We are in the digital age. There has never been more easy and efficient ways to communicate. If this is the case, why is it so hard to reach somebody? To listen to one another? To celebrate our differences while simultaneously championing those that bring out the good in our society. Talk to a Human is my chance to dive in headfirst into all things that both inspire me and cause me to question the kindness in my own heart. Can I forgive the unforgivable? Can I rise from my own battles with my medical condition and the often times crippling side effects? Can I stay kind and empathetic in a political climate hell-bent on warping my sensibilities? Musically, we are unapologetically all over the map on this. Because the focus is not on the genre. It's on what's rooted in the heart. 

 

Track Listing

1. Talk to a Human   3:02

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines)

2. Mi Madre   3:34 

(Terri Hendrix)

3. Choice   3:16 

(Terri Hendrix)

4. Way Over Yonder in the Minor Key   4:41

 (Stephen William Bragg/Woody Guthrie, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC)  

5. Don't Meddle in My Mood   3:10

(Cindy Walker, BMI) 

6. Dogging Me   3:39

(Verses: Terri Hendrix; Chorus and Music: Brownie McGhee/Sonny Terry, EMI Music Inc., BMI)

7. Worthy   3:12

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines)

8. WASP   3:45   

(Terri Hendrix)

9. The Dark   3:43 

(Guy Clark/Buddy Mondlock, EMI April Music Inc., Major Bob Music, ASCAP) 

10. The Water is Wide   3:23

(Traditional, arrangement by Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines)

11. I Hear Your Song   3:39   

(Terri Hendrix)

 

Recording

Produced by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix 

Recorded at The Zone in Dripping Springs, Texas and Bubba's Place.

Engineered, mixed, and mastered by Pat Manske at The Zone in Dripping Springs, Texas

 

Credits

Terri Hendrix: Vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica, harmony vocals

Lloyd Maines: Acoustic, electric and baritone guitars, dobro, pedal steel, mandolin, banjo, papoose, bass guitar and ukulele

Glenn Fukunaga: Bass 

Pat Manske: Drums, percussion, keypads 

John Silva: Drums, percussion

Riley Osbourn: Keyboards

Drew Womack: Harmony vocals 

Jeanne Ply: Fiddle

Tracy Miller: Harmony on "WASP"

Christal MooreTay HoyleTracy MillerJeanne PlyVicki GenfanPatty Sughrue: Group vocals on "WASP"

 

Album Artwork: Melissa Webb at little-dogcreative.com

 

This album is dedicated to Tammi Hendrix 

 

"I Hear Your Song" is dedicated to Bill and Bonnie Hearne 

 

Thanks: 

South Austin Music, Mullen Steel Guitars, Gibson, Peavy electronics, Bourgeois guitars, GHS strings, Fishman, and LR Baggs electronics

 

Information

THM Music Publishing, BMI

Art Mob Music Publishing, BMI

Administered by BUG/BMG Music 

 

Song by Song: By Terri Hendrix

 

1. “Talk to a Human”

This all started with an article I read about "MESSENGER," which is an acronym for "MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry and Ranging." It was the seventh Discovery class mission, and the first spacecraft to orbit Mercury. Its primary goal was to study the geology, magnetic field, and chemical composition of the planet. After I read this article, I wished a similar project could roll around our planet and study mankind and the effects that the social-media driven culture is having on our ability to communicate and have empathy and compassion for one another. 

2. “Mi Madre”  

The relationship between mother and daughter is a complicated one. The humor within my lyrics covers the wounds, but if you peak under the surface, you'll see the effects alcoholism and abuse can have on a person. 

3. “Choice”

I went through some dark times. It took losing faith in myself to find my way again. Once I turned 50 I began to doubt myself and my ability to make music. Health issues added to my crippling self doubt. For me, "freedom" was making positive choices about my future and launching the OYOU (https://www.ownyourownuniverse.org). I now define my success by the fabric of my character and not through the eyeballs of oftentimes jaded and cynical music industry insiders and gatekeepers. I own a whole lot of land. I open and close my own gates.  

4. “Way Over Yonder in the Minor Key”   

Billy Bragg set music to the words of Woody Guthrie and ended up with this song that touches on abuse, promiscuity, and the ending of innocence. At least that's my interpretation. It's abstract and frankly I've never met anyone that interprets it the same. That's why I covered it. What does it mean? You decide. 

5. “Don't Meddle in My Mood”   

The men get the winning cup and all the glory when it comes to songwriting here in Texas. Van Zandt, Clark, Earle, and on and on. What about the women? Case in point, Cindy Walker. A native Texan, she was a true craftsman, and often tailored particular songs to specific recording artists. She had Top 10 hits that spread over five decades. Another reason why I covered this song is because I can totally relate to it and this country blues style is among my favorites to sing. 

6. “Dogging Me"  

I grabbed the chorus of a Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee tune and wrote my own verses about someone that enjoys belittling the very person they are supposed to lift up and support.

7. “Worthy”  

I was gifted a bright orange 1994 Chevy Sidestep. Having this truck to use on my property has proven invaluable. One day I was cleaning it and stumbled across a plastic tag from the gas station Allsup's with the name "Mandie" on it. It got my wheels turning. I wondered who and where she was. That morphed into a song about being worthy of my friends. From the friend that gave me the truck to my friends that circle their wagons when I need them, I am lucky to have this handful of loved ones in my life. I strive to be worthy of them.  

8. “WASP” 

The Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) were a U.S. Army Air Forces program that hired around 1,100 civilian women with non-combat military flight duties during World War II. They were the first women to fly U.S. military aircraft. They tested planes and shuttled them from base to base and oftentimes did the work that men refused to do or were incapable of doing as well as they could. Some women lost their lives on the job and were denied military benefits and burials. The women had to collectively pool their money to pay for their fallen comrades to bring them home. I first learned about them at an exhibit featuring their story at the Bob Bullock museum in Austin, Texas. I've wanted to write my own interpretation of their experience ever since.

9. “The Dark”    

I first covered this song for a compilation called, This One's for Him: A Tribute to Guy Clark. But I wanted to record it again, from scratch, for "Talk to a Human" just because it fit too much not to. The song is a painting about there always being light in the darkness. And the importance of that light to see through dark skies. I consider it a companion piece to the Carter Family song "Sun of Your Soul," which I recorded for The Slaughterhouse Sessions

10. “The Water is Wide”  

I've collected versions of this song since I was in high school. At one time I think I owned every recorded version of this song. It was time for me to do my own interpretation. It's a bookend to "Trouble's on Your Mind," a song about self-sabotage that I recorded on The Slaughterhouse Sessions. I "brought the mountain to me" and the water closed in over my head. My friends kept me from drowning. They brought a boat, lifted me up, and ferried me to the other side. 

11. “I Hear Your Song”    

I first got this idea after seeing the animated film "Happy Feet." The movie's about the importance of discovering one's own "heart song," to attract true love and happiness. It's my mission to hear the heart songs of my friends, family, and colleagues, and to support them. I also hope that my own heart song is heard and that my music will continue to be heard when my time on this earth is done. 


Slaughterhouse Sessions Project 5.2

 

The Slaughterhouse Sessions (Project 5.2)

Released: Oct. 7, 2016

 

Faith. Hope. Love. 

My second album in Project 5 is an acoustic blues and gospel record. We recorded some of these tracks at a former slaughterhouse in El Prado, New Mexico. Now converted into an eclectic guesthouse for family, friends, and artists, it's a beautiful and inspiring place to visit and write. As an animal lover, I originally shied away from naming the record after a slaughterhouse. But the truth is, the title fit the music and subject matter. On this album, the groove made for a comfortable place to tackle uncomfortable subject matter like religious hypocrisy, war, poverty, and racism. We intentionally composed and arranged the music so as to create tension within the songs. In the end though, regardless of what I'm singing about or the music it's folded into, The Slaughterhouse Sessions is still about eventually arriving at a better place than where you began — be it mentally, spiritually, or physically. 

 

Track Listing

1. The News  3:04

(Terri Hendrix)

2. Bury the Devil  3:58 

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines)

3. Trouble’s on Your Mind  2:52 

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines)

4. Ain’t It a Shame   3:55

(Elder Roma Wilson)  

5. I Will Arise   3:52

(J. Hart/Traditional/Arranged by Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

6. One of These Mornings   2:344

(J.C. Burris) 

7. Crocodile Man   2:59

(David Robert Carter [BMI, admin. by Tracy Grammer Music])

8. Call You to the Carpet   3:49   

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines)

9. The Lowdown   3:26 

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

10. Double Shift Tuesday  2:46

(Terri Hendrix/Slaid Cleaves [Magic Rat Music, BMI])

11. Sun of the Soul   3:59   

(A.P. Carter)

 

Recording

Produced by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix 

Recorded at Bubba's Studio and The Zone in Dripping Springs, Texas

Engineered, mixed, and mastered by Pat Manske at The Zone in Dripping Springs, Texas

 

Credits

Terri Hendrix: Vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica, harmony vocals

Lloyd Maines: Acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, banjo, papoose, bass guitar, harmony vocals

Leeann Atherton: Harmony vocals on “Bury the Devil” and “Call You to the Carpet”

Glenn Fukunaga: Bass

Pat Manske: Drums, percussion

John Silva: Drums, percussion

Riley Osbourn: Keyboards

Bukka Allen: Accordion

 

Album Artwork: Melissa Webb

 

Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines would like to than: 
Peavy CA Composite Guitars, Collings Guitars, Gibson Guitars and Dobro, Fender Guitars, Fishman Electronics, Baggs Electronics, GHS Strings, South Austin Music, Strait Music, and Ross Jennings Instrument Repair.

 

Thanks to Milke & Vee Yaccino, and Nat & Connie Troy for the use of their beautiful renovated slaughterhouse in El Prado, New Mexico

 

This album is dedicated to Mike Lawrence

 

Information

THM Music Publishing, BMI

Art Mob Music Publishing, BMI

Administered by BUG/BMG Music 

 

Song by Song: By Terri Hendrix

 

1. “The News”

One of my favorite things to do, is to throw a ball for my dog. He fetches it. We sit outside and watch the stars. I cherish those moments when I'm free from worrying about loved ones, politics, lunatics, and places in between. 

2. “Bury the Devil”

This song was inspired by the wisdom and writings of Hafiz. He was a Persian poet who targeted religious hypocrisy. 

3. “Trouble's on Your Mind”

By committing to finish "Project 5," I brought a mountain to my doorstep. This song also touches on alcoholism and the consequences of reaching for the wrong spirits. 

4. “Ain’t It a Shame” 

This is a timeless Elder Roma Wilson classic about racism, bigotry, and division. Elder was a harp-playing, gospel-singing traveling musician and minister. 

5. “I Will Arise”

I've loved this traditional hymn a long time. I adapted the lyrics to where I am with my own faith and religion. 

6. “One of These Mornings” 

I grabbed this song off an album by J.C. Burris. He was the nephew of Sonny Terry. Burris is noted for his use of African rhythm bones, two sticks played like castanets that can be played off the harmonica. 

7. “Crocodile Man”

The late great Dave Carter wrote this masterpiece. He left this world too young and long before the significance of his artistry was able to reach the masses. His partner at the time, Tracy Grammar, carries on his legacy. 

8. “Call You to the Carpet” 

I wrote this about a political figure who lies, cheats, bullies, and distorts facts for political gain and manipulation of the very same people he's supposed to lead. 

9. “The Lowdown”

I played the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. En route to the event site, I came across a street performer playing a concert on five-gallon plastic buckets. Watching him inspired me to finish this song and flip my doldrums into something positive. 

10. “Double Shift Tuesday” 

I wrote this with Slaid Cleaves. The song centers around someone who's trying with all their might to get above their financial worries. 

11. “Sun of the Soul” 

This is an old Carter Family classic. I first heard this song on a Smithsonian Records compilation and have been waiting for the right album to record it on for well over a decade. Without a light in your soul, it's virtually impossible to get through the dark times to reach the sun on the other side of the mountain. 

 


Love You Strong Project 5.1

Love You Strong (Project 5.1)

Originally Released: Feb. 5, 2016

Remixed, remastered, and re-released: Jan. 20, 2017

 

Love. Loyalty. Friendship.

Love You Strong is a collection of songs that put the concept of love under the microscope. Love isn’t all hearts and flowers and it’s not just about broken hearts. Love is being there for someone in both sickness and in health. It’s the unspoken vows given in lifelong friendships. It’s the marriage of trust, loyalty, and convictions that stand the test of time. However, this isn’t an album of “love songs.” It's not a happy record. It's not a sad record. It's an honest record about stepping in and being there for someone when the world steps out. Musically, it’s very straight forward. We intentionally composed and arranged the music so that the songs didn't leave the earthy parameters of storytelling. 

 

Track Listing

1. Feel the Time   4:32

(Terri Hendrix) 

2. Vulnerable   3:40

(Terri Hendrix) 

3. Love You Strong   4:07

(Terri Hendrix/Dana Pendland Jones) 

4. The Rant   3:50

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

5. The Texas Star   3:57

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

6. Calle de los Niños   4:34

(Terri Hendrix) 

7. Northern Lights   3:01

(Terri Hendrix) 

8. Earth-Kind Rose   5:19

(Terri Hendrix) 

9. Fifty Shades of Hey   3:52

(Terri Hendrix) 

10. Found   3:18

(Terri Hendrix) 

11. Mingulay Boat Song   4:29

(Traditional/Arranged by Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

 

Recording

Produced by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix 

Recorded at Bubba's Studio and The Zone in Dripping Springs, Texas

Additional recording: Cedar Creek Recording in Austin, Texas, by Wade Josey

Additional recording on “The Texas Star” by Cisco Gilliland

Engineered, mixed, and mastered by Pat Manske at The Zone in Dripping Springs, Texas

 

 

Credits

Terri Hendrix: Vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica, banjo, ukulele, papoose, harmony vocals

Lloyd Maines: Acoustic and electric guitar, pedal steel, dobro, mandolin, banjo, papoose, baritone and bass guitar, harmony vocals

Glenn Fukunaga: Bass guitar

Pat Manske: Drums, percussion

John Silva: Drums, percussion

Riley Osbourn: Keyboards

Bukka Allen: Accordion

Dennis Ludiker: Fiddle

Eliza Gilkyson: Harmony on “Texas Star”

Drew Womack: Harmony on "Mingulay Boat Song"

 

Album Artwork: Melissa Webb 

 

This album is dedicated to Ron and Marie Jager 

 

Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines would like to thank:

Peavy CA Composite Guitars, Collings Guitars, Gibson Guitars and Dobro, Trace Elliot amps, Fender Guitars, Fishman Electronics, Baggs Electronics, GHS Strings, South Austin Music, Strait Music, Mullen Street Guitars, and Ross Jennings Instrument Repair

 

Information

THM Music Publishing, BMI

Art Mob Music Publishing, BMI

Administered by BUG/BMG Music 

 

Song By Song: By Terri Hendrix

 

1. “Feel the Time”

I'm entering that time in my life when I've begun to lose loved ones and friends. Every single moment is precious. I can literally feel the time and want to savor every moment I can each day both alone and with those I’m closest to.

2. “Vulnerable”

To love someone, be it friends or family, is to make oneself vulnerable to get hurt. The holidays tend to bring this hurt to the surface and in doing so highlight the best and worst qualities in ourselves. 

3. “Love You Strong”

My father is both a caregiver and caretaker for my physically disabled mother. This highly decorated veteran and retired Command Sergeant Major in the United States Army now shows the rest of us what true love is: Loyalty. In both sickness and in health. He can't love my mother well. But every day, he can love her strong.

4. “The Rant”

If someone says I can't do something, I’ll eventually prove the person wrong. I’ve found that attitude is everything and belief over doubt is crucial for creating a better future. Well, that, and leaving the cork in the wine bottle and getting off the couch.

5. “The Texas Star”

The Texas Star at the State Fair in Dallas is much like our political infrastructure. It's a constant spin cycle on both sides of the aisle. But years ago, things could still get accomplished in spite of our differences. Gridlock has replaced our ability to function in spite of our diversity. Ann Richards, Molly Ivins, Barbara Jordan, Liz Carpenter, and Lady Bird Johnson may have all been the Democratic darlings of their time, but their legacy has outlived their political affiliation.

6. “Calle De Los Niños”

I used to live near a largely Hispanic cemetery in San Marcos. Sometimes I’d venture out to photograph the colorful wreaths and offerings the families, rich in cultural heritage, left for their loved ones. After spending time making music with underprivileged youth, and being unable to get these kids off my mind, I decided to write a portrait of a traditional Mexican funeral for a child lost to violence.

7. “Northern Lights”

Being in limbo is not a healthy state of mind. And complacency and despondency are evil twins that can undermine the best intentioned of plans. In "Northern Lights" I’ve traded in the doldrums for the promise of a new adventure.

8. “Earth-Kind Rose”

Earth-Kind roses are tougher than the rest. So tough in fact, that they are considered by many avid gardeners to be the world’s strongest rose. They’re pesticide free, drought resistant, and receive no protection during winter. This variety of rose inspired me to write this song because it’s resilient enough to withstand the elements and still bloom. They remind me of my parents, friends, and anyone that’s “reaching for the light underneath a bed of snow.”   

9. “Fifty Shades of Hey”

I heard a friend talk about how she went back to school to get a teaching degree. After she completed her masters, she went out to find a job only to find out how, at 54, she was, “too old to teach.” As an older woman, my body might be changing more rapidly than the Texas weather, but my inner fire is intact enough to thumb my nose at a segment of pop culture that only seems to value women my age when they need us to turn up at election time.  

10. “Found”

After dealing with my own health issues for as long I have, I wanted to tackle the surreal battle of conquering fear when facing illness and how life can be lived to the fullest even in the most heartbreaking of times.

11. “Mingulay Boat Song”

This is a classic old traditional folk song that tells the tale of those at sea fighting through a storm to get back home, and those anxiously waiting at the pier head for their loved ones to return to them. I have been fascinated by this song for years and have always wanted to record it; it haunts me in the way that, although the music alludes to the fact that the sailors eventually make it home, the lyrics leave their fate ambiguous.


Cry Till You Laugh

 

 

Cry Till You Laugh
Released 2010

 

Track Listing 

1. Wail Theory   2:00
(Poems by Dorothy Parker, Arranged by Terri Hendrix)

2. Slow Down   3:44
(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines)
3. Automatic   3:45
(Jon Michael Summer [Western Desert, BMI])
4. Hand Me Down Blues   3:50
(Terri Hendrix)
5. Roll On   4:15
(Terri Hendrix)
6. Einstein’s Brain   3:25
(Terri Hendrix)
7. You Belong in New Orleans   3:05
(Ike Eichenberg [BMI])
8. Sometimes   3:25
(Terri Hendrix, Lloyd Maines)

9. The Berlin Wall   3:05
(Terri Hendrix)

10. Hand Me Down Blues Reprise   1:27
(Terri Hendrix, Lloyd Maines)
11. 1000 Times   3:00
(Terri Hendrix, Lloyd Maines)
12. Hula Mary   4:32
(Terri Hendrix, Lloyd Maines)
13. Come Tomorrow   3:02
(Terri Hendrix)
14. Whatachoice   0:33
(Terri Hendrix)
15. Take Me Places   3:05
(Ike Eichenberg/Amy Hall [Ike Eichenberg Music, BMI)

 

Recording

Produced by Lloyd Maines
Recorded at The Zone Recording Studio in Drippings Springs, Texas 

Additional recording done at Bubba's Studio and Cedar Creek Studio in Austin, Texas  

Engineered by Pat Manske and Mike Morgan  

Mixed and Mastered by Pat Manske 

 

Credits
Terri Hendrix: Vocals, acoustic guitars, electric guitar, harmonica, papoose, mandolin 

Lloyd Maines: Acoustic guitar, electric guitars, mandolin, papoose, steel, mandotar, gitjo, banjo, steel, dulcimer, percussion, harmony vocals  

Glenn Fukunaga: Bass guitar, ukulele 

Pat Manske: Drums and percussion, keyboards on song 11 

John Silva: Drums on songs 2 and 12  

Riley Osbourn: Piano and keyboards 

Drew Womack: Harmony vocals on songs 2, 4,5, 10 

Richard Bowden: Fiddle and cello 

John Mills: Saxophone and clarinet 

Mark "Speedy" Gonzalez: Trombone 

Stan Smith: Clarinet 

 

Package Design: Melissa Webb at 2Dezign

Photos: Mary Bruton

Stylist: Anne Currie

Hair and Make-up: Michelle Williamson and Emily Veintemillas

 

Terri Hendrix would like to thank Dean Barkley Strings, Tradition Electric Guitars, Gibson Guitars, Guild Guitars, Collings Guitars, and Ross Jennings Instrument Repair

Also Jack and Sharon for the Vintage Shure Green Bullet microphone

 

Lloyd Maines would like to thank Collings Guitars, Mullin Pedal Steels, Gitjo, Gibson Guitar/Dobro, Larrivee Guitars, Guild Guitars, Tradition Electric Guitars, South Austin Music, GHS Strings, and Ross Jennings Instrument Repair

 

To Lloyd and Tina Maines, John Laird and Lucy Haislip, Veronica Samo, Janet Morgan, Jana Green, Anne Currie, Melissa Webb, the musicians who played on my project, and the rest of my friends — a simple thanks could never be enough. 

With gratitude, Terri

Information

THM Music Publishing, BMI

Art Mob Music Publishing, BMI

Administered by BUG Music 


Left Overalls

Left Over Alls

Released 2008

 

This album is a mixture of both old and new songs that were recorded from 1998 (for the album Wilory Farm) to the year 2008. For one reason or another these recordings never made it to a record — till now.

 

Track Listing
1. Posey Road Stomp   3:30

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines)

2. Wallet   3:56 
(Terri Hendrix)

3. Blue Eyed Cowboy   3:40
(John Hadley, Sony ATV/Tree Publishing)

4. Bring ‘Em All In   5:04
(Mike Scott, Sony, ATV Songs LLC)

5. Be Willing (Anne’s Song)   3:36
(Terri Hendrix)

6. Bottom of the Hill 2  3:10
(Terri Hendrix)

7. Waiting on Trains   3:48
(Terri Hendrix)
8. Summer Fly   3:36
(Cheryl Wheeler, Penrod and Higgins Music/Amachrist Music ACF Music Group)
9. Hole in My Pocket   4:32
(Terri Hendrix)

10. Wilderness Song   4:02
(Bob Livingston, Presume Music, BMI)

11. Rockin’ on the River   3:31 
(Steven Fromholz, Highside Music, BMI)
12. Walkin’ on the Moon   3:34
(K.S. Taylor [Pecan Pie Music, BMI], Herb McCullough [Walden Holler, BMI])

13. Give Me My Flowers   3:55
(Public Domain, arranged by Lloyd Maines)

 

Recording

Produced by Lloyd Maines

Recorded at The Zone, The Firestation, and Cedar Creek

Engineered by Pat Manske, Bobby Arnold, Adam Odor, Fred Remmert, and John Silva

Mastered by Pat Manske at The Zone

 

Credits

Terri Hendrix: Vocals, guitar, harmonica, mandolin

Lloyd Maines: Guitars, pedal steel, mandolin, Dobro

Pat Manske: Percussion, drums

Paul Pearcy: Percussion, drums

Glenn Fukunaga: Bass

Rick Ramirez: Bass

Bukka Allen: Accordion

Adam Odor: Accordion

Ponty Bone: Accordion

Riley Osbourn: Keyboards

Pat Manske: Keyboards

Mark Suitcase Stedman: Harmonica

 

Cover Photo: Mary Keating Bruton

 

Information

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Art Mob Music Publishing, BMI

Administered by BUG Music 


Christmas on Wilory Farm


The Spiritual Kind

The Spiritual Kind

Released: 2007

 

Track Listing

1. Life’s a Song   2:56

(John Hadley [Hadley Six Music BMI, Admin. Sony/ATV Songs, Tree, BMI] & Sean Locke [Moraine Music Group, BMI]) 

I’ve started many a show with this song ... it’s how I feel about music. 

2. Bottom of a Hill   3:30

(Terri Hendrix) 

3. The Spiritual Kind   4:03

(Terri Hendrix) 

4. Pastures of Plenty  3:42

(Woody Guthrie, TRO Folkways Music Inc., BMI) 
I wish it was mandatory that before you could hold public office, you had to learn how to play guitar and learn a Woody Guthrie song.

5. Acre of Land   3:42

(Terri Hendrix) 

6. What is the Color of the Soul   3:57

(Jimmy Driftwood [Combine Music Corp, BMI] / arrangement and additional lyrics by Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

In this day and age, it’s hard to believe there are still some people that are racist. We’re all one big family sharing this earth. 

7. Soul of My Soul   3:51

(Terri Hendrix) 

8. Things Change   3:40

(Terri Hendrix) 

People change and forget to tell each other. 

9. No Love in Texas   3:16

(Terri Hendrix) 

Erica Jong said “While we’re alive, let’s live.” It’s just the fear of flying part that’s tough.

10. Jim Thorpe’s Blues   4:06

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

Grace Thorpe, the daughter of legendary Olympic athlete Jim Thorpe, fought to get her father’s medals returned and to keep nuclear waste dumps out of the backyards of Indian reservations. 

11. If I Had a Daughter   3:56
(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines)

This is a spoken word piece I’ve had in my heart for years. 

12. Mood Swing   4:01

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

Thanks to Marion Williamson and Stanley Smith for introducing me to jazz. 

 

Recording

Produced by Lloyd Maines 

Recorded by Lloyd Maines at Bubba’s Studio, John Silva at Cedar Creek, and Pat Manske at The Zone
Mixed and mastered by Pat Manske at The Zone in Dripping Springs, Texas

 

Credits

Terri Hendrix: Vocals, guitar, papoose, harmonica, mandolin

Lloyd Maines: Guitar, mandolin, Dobro, dulcimer, banjo, pedal steel, papoose, harmonium, harmony vocals
Paul Pearcy: Drums, percussion

Glenn Fukunaga: Bass

Riley Osbourn: Keyboards

Bukka Allen: Accordion
Adam Odor: Accordion

Richard Bowden: Cello and fiddle
Michael O’Connor: Harmony vocals

Walt Wilkins: Harmony vocals

 

Cover Illustration: Arthur “Artman” James 

 

Terri plays Guild Guitars and uses GHS Strings

Lloyd plays Guild Guitars, Dobro by Gibson, Tradition Electric Guitars, 6 String Gitjo and uses GHS Strings

 

THANK YOU
James Pennebaker and Donnie Wade at Guild Guitars

Ron Kronewitter at Fender

Val Denn at The Val Denn Agency

Lori Lopez and Vickie Lucero at Propaganda Media

Tina Maines

Ross Jennings

Mike and Janet Morgan at The Zone

Julian Henslee

Karen Moore

Ana Johnson

Matt Wiedemann at Solo Media

 

Information

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Art Mob Music Publishing, BMI

Administered by BUG/BMG Music 


The Spiritual Kind on the Road (Bootleg)


Celebrate the Difference (Kid's)

Celebrate the Difference

Released: 2005

 

This one’s for the KIDS!

 

Track Listing

1. Peggy the Goat   1:33

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

2. Celebrate the Difference   1:53

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines/Anita Donatto [BMI]) 

3. Play Ball   3:31

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

4. Get Your Goat On  4:30

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

5. First Place   2:53

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

6. I Want to Be Your Friend   4:14

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

7. Invisible Friend   3:47

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

8. Car Car   2:19

(Woody Guthrie, TRO Folkways Music Inc.) 

9. Nerves   3:16

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

10. Critters   0:16 

11. A Place in the Choir   2:43
(Bill Staines, copyright by Mineral River Music, BMI)

12. Lluvia de Estrellas   3:08

(Terri Hendrix) 
13. Yeah Yeah Yeah   2:31

(Terri Hendrix)
14. Walkin’ on the Moon   3:33
(K.S. Taylor [Pecan Pie Music, Inc., BMI] / Herb McCullough [Walden Holler, BMI])

15. Peggy the Goat Reprise   1:06
(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines)

 

Recording

Produced and recorded by Lloyd Maines at Bubba’s Studio, Austin, TX

Additional recording by John Silva at Cedar Creek, Austin, Texas, and by Jim Urban at Seashell Studio, Port Aransas TX
Mixed at Cedar Creek Recording by John Silva and Fred Remmert, Austin, TX

Mastered by Fred Remmert

Remixed and remastered by Pat Manske, The Zone, Dripping Srpings, TX

 

Credits

Terri Hendrix: Vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin, harmonica

Lloyd Maines: Acoustic and electric guitar, papoose, mandolin, steel, banjo, electric bass, vocals
Glenn Fukunaga: Upright bass and ukulele

Paul Pearcy: Percussion

Riley Osbourn: Keyboards

Dennis Ludiker: Fiddle

Noah Jeffries: Mandolin

Mark Rubin: Tuba

Stan Smith: Clarinet

Mark “Speedy” Gonzalez: Trombone

Joel Guzman: Accordion

Kids Choir: Declan Maguire, Slad Pasdar, Danielle Meador, Jacy Meador, Rainey Tsukifuji, Carolene Tsukifuji, and Lili Remmert

 

Cover Painting: Steve Smock

 

THANK YOU
Dick and Suzanne Renko, Tina Maines, Vickie Lucero, Lori Lopez, Karen Leipziger, South Austin Music, Melissa Webb, Bart Bacon, Julian Henslee, Ron Kronewitter, Kevin Young at Tacoma Guitars, Tradition Electric Guitars, and GHS Strings.

 

In loving memory of Marion Williamson, who introduced me to Peggy the Goat and taught me how to “get my goat on” and make a living doing what I enjoy.

 

Information

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Art Mob Music Publishing, BMI

Administered by BUG Music 


Friendswood and Beyond (Bootleg)


The Art of Removing Wallpaper

The Art of Removing Wallpaper 2012

Originally Released: 2004 / Remixed, remastered, and re-released 2012

 

Track Listing

1. Reflection   1:08

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

2. Breakdown   3:44

(Terri Hendrix) 

3. Enjoy the Ride   3:21

(Terri Hendrix) 

4. It’s About Time  3:30

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

5. One Way   3:37

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

6. Judgment Day   2:55

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

7. Monopoly   3:42

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

8. One Night Stand   3:00

(Terri Hendrix/Glenn Fukunaga) 

9. I Need Love   4:50

(James Todd Smith, Robert Ervin, Steve Ettinger, Dwayne Simon, Darryl Pierce) 

10. Jeannie’s Song   1:51

(Terri Hendrix) 

11. Quiet Me   4:12
(Jeff Barbra/Sara Pirkle)

12. Long Ride Home   3:05

(K.S. Taylor) 
13. Hey Now   3:26

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines)

 

Recording

Produced by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix

Recorded at Cedar Creek Studios, Austin, TX
Additional recording at Bubba’s Place, Austin, TX

Engineered by Fred Remmert, Adam Odor, and John Silva at Cedar Creek Studio in Austin, TX
Additional mixing and mastering by Pat Manske at The Zone Studio in Dripping Springs, TX

 

Credits

Terri Hendrix: Vocals, harmony vocals, guitar, harmonica, mandolin, papoose

Lloyd Maines: Harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin, Dobro, steel, papoose, banjo

Glenn Fukunaga: Bass, upright bass

Paul Pearcy: Drums, percussion

Adam Odor: Accordion

Riley Osbourn: Keyboards

Matt Wiedemann: Drum programming, samples

Bonnie Whitmore: Cello

Eleanor Whitmore: Violin

Bonnie and Eleanor: Harmony vocals on “Breakdown”

Ruthie Foster and Cyd Cassone: Harmony vocals on “Judgment Day” and “Monopoly”

 

Art Direction and Design: Melissa Webb/2dezign
Photography: Kim Maguire 

 

THANKS

I want to thank the following for their support during this recording:
Dick and Suzanne Renko at Muzik Management Productions, Lloyd and Tina Maines and family, Anne Currie, Glenn Fukunaga, Paul Pearcy, Melissa Webb, Richard Skanse, Fred Remmert, Adam Odor, John Silva, Julian Henslee at Tacoma (Lloyd and I used Tacoma instruments for this recording), Tammi Hendrix, Kirstie Cambell, Jana Green, Cathy Frederickson, Cyd Cassone, Ruthie Foster, Vickie Lucero, Julie Carr, Robert Worth for the Dulcimer, Ying at Bamboo Garden for the food, and ... you! Thanks for listening to my music!

With appreciation, Terri Hendrix

 

Information

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Art Mob Music Publishing, BMI

Administered by BUG Music 


The Ring

The Ring

Released: 2002

 

Track Listing

1. Goodbye, Charlie Brown   3:16

(Terri Hendrix) 

2. Spinning Off  4:00

(Terri Hendrix) 

3. I Found the Lions   3:35

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

4. Truth is Strange  3:20

(Terri Hendrix) 

5. From Another Planet   2:52

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

6. Long Time Coming   3:25

(Marcus Hummon [Careers-BMG Music Publishing, Inc/Our Trinity Music, BMI] / Martie Seidel Maguire [Woolly Puddin’ Music, BMI) 

7. Consider Me   3:36

(Terri Hendrix) 

8. Night Wolves   3:30

(Terri Hendrix/Glenn Fukunaga) 

9. The Fact Is   3:19

(Terri Hendrix) 

10. The Ring   3:58

(Terri Hendrix) 

11. Prayer for My Friends   2:40
(Jeff Barbra/Sara Pirkle, Barb Hollow Music, BMI)

 

Recording

Produced by Lloyd Maines and Terri Hendrix 

Recorded at Cedar Creek Studios Austin, Texas 

Additional recording done at Bubba's Place Austin, Texas 

Engineered by Fred Remmert and Adam Odor assisted by John Silva 

Mastered by Fred Remmert 

 

Credits

Terri Hendrix: Vocals, harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin, harmonica, papoose 

Lloyd Maines: Harmony vocals, guitar, dobro, steel, mandolin, papoose, banjo 

Paul Pearcy: Drums and percussion 

Glenn Fukunaga: Bass and upright bass 

Adam Odor: Accordion 

Riley Osbourn: Keyboards 

John Mills: Saxaphone 

Marcus Hummon: Baritone mandolin, accordion on “Long Time Coming”

Sara Hickman: Harmony on “Consider Me”

 

Art Direction and Design: Melissa Webb/2dezign
Photography: Kim Maguire 

 

Gracias to the following for their support during this recording: Ying at Bamboo Garden, South Austin Music, Julian Hensley at Tacoma, Hill Country Dulcimers, Vickie Lucero & Julie Carr at Propoganda Media Group, Dick & Suzanne Renko at Muzik Management Productions, Jana Green at Wilory Records, Kirstie Cambell, Tammi Hendrix, Tina Maines, Jim Yanaway

 

Information

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Art Mob Music Publishing, BMI

Administered by BUG Music 


Live in San Marcos @ Cheatham Street Warehouse

Live in San Marcos

Released 2001

 

Recorded live January 19th and 20th, 2001

 

Cheatham Street Warehouse is a San Marcos Treasure. It has been a musical home and stomping grounds for me and for many others who have found their way through Kent Finlay’s open doors. I am proud to have been able to record this CD at Cheatham during two special evenings of music, laughs, and an occasional “Simpsons pop culture moment” when we made a mistake ... DOH!

 

Intro: Al Barlow and Kent Finlay
I met Al at one of Cheatham’s songwriter nights. He has been one of my favorite songwriters ever since. Kent is the musician and mentor behind the success of Cheatham Street Warehouse.

 

Track Listing
1. Intro   1:04

2. Goodtime Van  3:22 
(Terri Hendrix)

3. Fishing Blues   3:34
(Henry Thomas, BMI)

4. Hole in My Pocket   5:12
(Terri Hendrix)

5. Walk on Me   3:51
(Terri Hendrix)
6. Get Up   4:07
(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines/Glenn Fukunaga/Paul Pearcy)
7. Don’t Pet the Dog   3:05
(John Hadley, Sony ATV Songs LLCDB Tree, BMI)

8. Fair   4:41
(Terri Hendrix)

9. Love Like This   3:14
(Pat Bunch/Pam Rose/Mary Ann Kennedy, Aresville, Egypt Hollow, My Choy, BMI)

10. All Woman   3:12
(Terri Hendrix)
11. Old Joe Clark   4:08
(Scott, Thompson, BMI, April Music INC, Vernon Songs, ASCAP)
12. My Own Place   3:21
(Terri Hendrix)
13. Flowers   3:43
(Terri Hendrix)
14. Country John   4:57
(Allen Toussaint, Weal, Warner Bros., BMI)

15. New Orleans   2:42
(Ike Eichenberg, BMI)

16. Where the Crossroads End   (3:16)
(Terri Hendrix)
17. Born to Be Wild   3:52
(Mars Bonfire, MCA Music, BMI)

 

Recording

Produced by Lloyd Maines
Recorded Live January 19th, 20th, and 21st in 2001 at Cheatham Street Warehouse in San Marcos, TX
Live sound by Bernd Knemoeller and TJ Swanson at Prime Audio

Engineered by Adam Odor

Mixed and mastered by Adam Odor and Fred Remmert and assisted by Chris Lynch at Cedar Creek Studios in Austin, TX 

 

Credits

Terri Hendrix: Vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin, harmonica, papoose

Lloyd Maines: Acoustic guitar, Dobro, steel guitar, mandolin, mandator, papoose, jangle, vocals

Paul Pearcy: Drums, percussion 

Glenn Fukunaga: Bass 

 

Cover Photo: Diana Finlay Hendricks

Cover Design and Layout: Adrian Quesada for Chocolate Media

 

Thanks
Thanks to Kent and Diana Finlay and the entire staff at Cheatham Street Warehouse for the hospitality, Rivendell Restaurant and Pizza Classics for keeping the whole crew fed. We also thank: Al Barlow, Jim Beal, Jason Best, Julie Carr, Beverly and Barney Goodman, Jana Green, Ha Lam, Vickie Lucero, Tina Maines, Shaila Martin, and Bob Pennington for the Jangle. We also thank you for supporting our music. 

Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines play Tacoma Guitars

 

Information

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Art Mob Music Publishing, BMI

Administered by BUG Music 


Places in Between

Places in Between

Released: June 1, 2000

 

I have always been scared. Scared of the light and scared of the dark. Fear has cultivated the weeds in the garden of my dreams. It has been the root of insecurity, jealousy, and prejudice. Last year I took a good look at my fears and wrote songs about them. Places in Between is the result of the confrontation. 

 

Track Listing

1. Prelude   0:48

2. Goodtime Van   3:04

(Terri Hendrix) 

3. It’s a Given   3:42

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

4. Places in Between   3:37

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

5. Wish   3:45

(Terri Hendrix) 

6. Eagles   3:05

(Terri Hendrix) 

7. Intro   0:10

(Thanks to Emilie Maguire, Shane Maguire and the talented Caitlin McIlheran for their help in the Gaelic translation in the chorus.

8. Joy or Sorrow   3:12

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

9. My Own Place   3:33

(Terri Hendrix) 

10. Throw My Love   3:00

(Terri Hendrix) 

11. Invisible Girl   4:22

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

12. Motherless Children   4:15
(Traditional, Arrangement by Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines)

13. Fair   4:20
(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines)
14. Reprise   0:44
15. Moon on the Water   3:50
(Terri Hendrix)

 

Recording

Produced by Lloyd Maines

Engineered and mastered by Fred Remmert at Cedar Creek Studios in Austin, TX

Assistant Engineer: Adam Odor

 

Credits

Terri Hendrix: Vocals, acoustic guitar, papoose, mandolin, mouth harp (Terri picks Tacoma instruments)

Lloyd Maines: Acoustic guitar, electric guitar, baritone guitar, steel guitar, papoose, mandolin, Dobro, tambourine, background vocals (Lloyd picks Tacoma instruments)

Glenn Fukunaga: Bass

Paul Pearcy: Drums, percussion

Bukka Allen: Accordion, keyboards

Riley Osbourn: Keyboards

Bukka Allen: Accordion

Richard Bowden: Cello, violin

Danny Barnes: Banjo

John Mills: Horns
George Morgan: Penny whistle

 

Cover Photo: Ha Lam, assisted by Emily Joyce 

Album Artwork: H. Michale Karshis, Jason Best and Terri Hendrix

Design: H. Michael Karshis, Bigthings.com

 

Thanks

Many thanks to the following for their support during this recording: Ying at Bamboo Garden, South Austin Music, Mazak Music, Julian Hensley at Tacoma Instruments, Vickie Lucero and Julie Carr at Propaganda Media Group, Jason Best for the website, Jana Green and Shaila Martin for help in the office, the Hendrix family and the Maines family

 

Information

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Art Mob Music Publishing, BMI

Administered by BUG Music 


1999 Live at Cibolo

 

Terri Hendrix Live

Released 1999

 

Cibolo Creek Country Club is an old original Texas dance hall. This album was recorded live on March 5th, 1999.

 

Track Listing
1. The Know How   2:47
(Terri Hendrix)

Introduction of Band

2. Two Dollar Shoes  2:12 
(Terri Hendrix)

3. Le Mazet   3:12
(Ike Eichenberg, BMI)

Ike is one of my favorite songwriters. He wrote this song about his visit to Europe. 

4. Fisherman’s Blues   3:54
(Mike Scott/Steve Wickham, Blue Mountain Music/Dizzy Heights Music/Chrysalis Songs, BMI)

5. Sister’s Song   3:06
(Terri Hendrix)

Tammi and I shared a room for 16 years. We turned my mom’s hair grey. 
6. Wallet   2:34
(Terri Hendrix)
7. You Mangled My Dog   2:56
(Don Metz, BMI)

Don Metz is up there with Al Barlow when it comes to humor in songs. Enjoy. 

8. Clicker   3:42
(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines)
During the holidays I had some time off. One night, I found myself watching TV. This is the result of a night of channel surfing. 

Blooper ... for the curious, my gold sneakers I wore the night of the show out $18. They may not be $2 shoes but they were well worth the money. P.S. Please don’t request ‘Blooper’ at our shows. We don’t know it.

9. Dana Blues   3:39
(Terri Hendrix)

I hate cake. 

10. Who Needs You  3:11
(Darcie Deaville, Exoteric Music/Taller Dog Music, BMI)

Many thanks to the multi-talented Darcie Deaville for letting us include our version of her tune on this recording. 
11. Blue Eyed Cowboy   3:20
(John Hadley, Sony/ATV Songs, LLC DBA Tree/John Hadley Songs, BMI)

I think John Hadley read my diary
12. Gravity   4:13
(Terri Hendrix)
13. Take Me Places   2:27
(Ike Eichenberg/Carrie Todd Pratt, BMI)

There is a wonderful songwriter named Amy Pratt. Amy’s mom, Carrie Todd Pratt, gave Amy and Ike the idea for this tune. It is our hope that this album and this song will take you places.
14. If Love Was a Train   6:26
(Michelle Shocked, Polygram Songs, Inc, BMI)

Love is a ride. Remember to fasten your seatbelt.

15. Wind Me Up   4:34
(Terri Hendrix/Al Barlow)
Al Barlow is one of the finest human beings and most wonderfully gifted songwriters I know.

 

We had the gift of a great audience the evening that we recorded this live album. We hope that you feel that you are right with us when you give this a spin. Best wishes from us to you ... see you at the next show. Until then, kind regards. — Terri Hendrix

 

Recording

Produced by Lloyd Maines
Live sound at Cibolo Creek Country Club - Tim Holt, assisted by Ralph Barrios

Recorded at Cibolo Creek Country Club - Fred Remmert

Mixed and Mastered by Fred Remmert, assisted by Joey Brown at Cedar Creek Studios in Austin, TX

Credits

Terri Hendrix: Vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin, harmonica, papoose

Lloyd Maines: Vocals, mandolin, acoustic guitar, Dobro, steel guitar

Glenn Fukunaga: Bass 

Paul Pearcy: Percussion, drums

 

Artwork: Jason Best

Photos: Ha Lam

 

Muchos Gracias ...
Denny Johnson & the entire crew at Cibolo Creek Country Club

Vickie Lucero & Julie Carr at Propaganda Media

Jason Best (webmaster, www.terrihendrix.com), Jana Green (mailing list)

Thanks to our fans for your endless support of our music. You are appreciated.

Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines play Tacoma Guitars.

 

Information

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Art Mob Music Publishing, BMI

Administered by BUG Music 


Wilory Farm

Wilory Farm

Released: June 1, 1998

 

Wilory Farm is the place where I learned to “live with passion.” Marion Williamson owned Wilory Farm and gave me guitar lessons. In return I worked on the farm with her. She taught me guts and not to quit. She showed me the value of individualism and strength of character in my music and as a human being on this big revolving planet we call Earth. 

Throughout her lifetime Marion anonymously funded several organizations. She was one of Central Texas’ quiet heroes. She was magic. 

This is a tribute to Marion Williamson. “Lluvia de Estrellas,” my friend — my teacher. 

— Terri Hendrix

 

Track Listing

1. Flowers   3:08

(Terri Hendrix) 

This came to me while I was driving. I saw a florist shop and thought ABOUT LOVE ...

2Walk on Me   3:06

(Terri Hendrix) 
“My heart’s this big, dumb but well-meaning ambling mutt of a dog and I’m too stupid to keep it on a leash, so off it goes romping off down the hill getting into mud and brambles and sticking its nose in rabies-infested rabbit holes and all sorts of other troubles, and I spend years chasing after it and stumbling all over myself in the process.” — Richard Skanse

3Wallet   2:47

(Terri Hendrix) 

This song is a collection of quotes I gathered from what people at my shows have told me. My favorite is ‘live with passion.’ And yes, my best friend and I really did roll in the grass and kiss this earth. 

4. Sister’s Apartment   2:44

(Terri Hendrix) 

Race and sexual preference shouldn’t be an issue in love.

5Love Like This   3:13

(Pat Bunch/Pam Rose/Mary Ann Kennedy, Aresville/Egypt Hollow/My Choy, BMI) 

6. Hole in My Pocket   4:18

(Terri Hendrix) 

7. Gravity   4:20

(Terri Hendrix) 

"After 12 years of therapy my psychiatrist said something that brought tears to my eyes. He said, ‘No hablo ingles.” — Ronnie Shakes

8. The Know How   2:19

(Terri Hendrix) 
I wrote this before a gig in San Angelo. I was getting on my nerves ... To get back on your feet, miss two car payments.

9. Lluvia de Estrellas   3:07
(Terri Hendrix)

Doris and Joe Sanchez run a bed and breakfast in Boquillas (Big Bend National Park). Al Barlow introduced me to these folks, and this song is the result of playing music with Doris, Joe, Al, and Michael Daniels underneath a sky of big falling stars. The children of Boquillas are beautiful.

10. Albert the Perfect Friend   2:42
(Terri Hendrix)

Name changed to protect the identity of the accused. 
11. Wind Me Up   5:02
(Terri Hendrix/Al Barlow)

They have since moved this Post Office to Guadalupe Street. 
12. Last Song   2:09
(Bill Mallonee and Julie Miller, Tinkie Tunes, ASCAP, Martha Road Music, ASCAP, Admin. By Bug Music, Russach Cybrenjosh Music, BMI)

13. Sister’s Song   3:52
(Terri Hendrix)

 

Recording

Most of Wilory Farm was engineered, recorded and mixed by Bobby Arnold and Lloyd Maines  at The Firestation Studios in San Marcos, TX. 

Lloyd Maines along with Fred Remmert of Cedar Creek Studios engineered, recorded, and mixed “Hole in My Pocket,” “Sister’s Song,” “Flowers,” “Walk on Me,” “Love Like This,” and “Last Song.” 

Fred Remmert Mastered Wilory Farm

Lloyd Maines Produced Wilory Farm

 

The Wilory Farm Hands

Terri Hendrix: Acoustic guitar and vocals and backing vocals and laughter

Ric Ramirez: Upright and electric bass and backing vocals
John Inmon: Acoustic guitar and sitar and electric guitar

Ron Welch: Acoustic guitar lead on “Wallet,” “Hole in My Pocket,” “Wind Me Up”

Lloyd Maines: Acoustic guitar, electric guitar, pedal steel, Dobro, banjo, and mandolin and backing vocals and ... and ... etc. ...

Paul Pearcy: Drums, percussion

Mark Patterson: Drums on “Hole in My Pocket”

Mark “Suitcase” Stedman: Harmonical

Gene Elders: Fiddle

Riley Osbourn: Organ, keyboards, and piano

Ponty Bone: Accordion

Joel Guzman: Accordion “Lluvia de Estrellas”

Bukka Allen: Accordion “Hole in My Pocket”
Stan Smith: Clarinet

Freddy Mendoza: Trombone

Pat Murray: Trumpet

 

The “Wind Me Up” Choir
I invited some friends to one to the Fire Station Studio to witness the recording process. Some had no idea that we were going to have the sing ... Special thanks. 

Cathy Frederickson, Al Barlow, Michael Dietz, Jay Horton, Wendy Hundere, Tim Holt, Linda Holt, Mark Griffin, Kathy Griffin, Todd “Union #8886669,” Paul Taylor, Viki Wernert, Bobby Madrigal, Charlie Walker, Shannon Dowell, Billy Curtis, “Chief” Dan O’Leary, Janis Hendrix, Shaila “Lipstick” Martin, James Dunn, Jana Green, Joe Green, and Hal Spivey

 

p.s. Pizza Classics in San Marcos fed us LOTS of Pizza! Muchos Gracias Dave and Michael and Jeff Thompson

 

We used some of the musical ideas for this album from Ace at the Sonic Deli, Ray Symczyk, Billy Thomas, “Guitar Wizard” Jim Volk, and Noel Vickers.

 

Special thanks to South Austin Music for the banjo, Grant Mazak at Mazak Music for guitars and amps, Denny, DavaSue and John Mark and John at Cibolo Creek Country Club, Dave Spriggs, Kathy and Mark, Charlie and Sharon, “Chief,” Al Barlow and Family, Ike Eichenberg, Lloyd Maines “Praise the Lloyd,” Michael Dietz, Chris Perez, Billy Curtis, Jim Beal at the San Antonio Express News, Richard Skanse, Sam Kendrick at Action Magazine in San Antonio, Jana and Joe and Davis, Cathy and Henry at Cathy’s Corner, Paul McLaughlin, Rick Heysquierdo at KPFT, David Okomoto at Dallas Morning News, Andy Lange at Austin Chronicle, Jenn Garrison, Mike Crowley, John Conquest at Third Coast Music and Velvet at KSYM. KSYM kicks butt!

And big thanks to Julie Carr, Vickie Lucero, Jason Best, Jana Green, Jan Mirkin and Lloyd Maines who have totally busted their ass for my music. 

 

Photography by Ruben Garcia of Lamplight Photography except where otherwise noted.

CD Design: Will Hornaday and Jason Best 

 

Information

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Two Dollar Shoes

 

Two Dollar Shoes

Originally Released: 1996 / Remixed and Remastered: 1997

 

Track Listing

1. Cathy’s Corner   3:44
(Terri Hendrix)

2. Know What You Hold   2:26

(Terri Hendrix) 

3. Last   3:46

(Terri Hendrix)

4. Eagles   3:08

(Terri Hendrix) 

5. Somebody Like Me   3:42

(Terri Hendrix) 

6. Sister’s Song   3:20

(Terri Hendrix) 

My sister and I shared a room for many years. This song goes out with love and gratitude to Tammi Hendrix.

7. Two Dollar Shoes   3:19

(Terri Hendrix

8. Where the Crossroads End   4:45

(Terri Hendrix/Lloyd Maines) 

9. Stones   4:01

(Terri Hendrix) 

10. Moon on the Water   3:15

(Terri Hendrix) 

 

Recording

This album was produced and engineered by Mark Rubinstein @ Horizon Hill Studios in Seguin, TX and mastered @ Ben Blank Studios in Austin, Texas

It was later remixed and remastered by Lloyd Maines in 1997.

 

Credits

Terri Hendrix: Vocals, 12 and 6 string guitars

Keith Kimble: Banjo

Jim Volk: Guitar (classical and acoustic)

Jay Rozen: Tuba
Erik Hokkanen: Mandolin, fiddle, guitar

Rene Saenz: Sax

Darrel Tidaback: Upright bass

Chris Voelker: Viola

Michael O’Connor: Electric and acoustic guitar

Stan Smith: Clarinet

John Santos: Harmonica

Mark Rubenstein: Piano, mandolin, electric bass, accordion, keys, congas and more
Jim Kalson: Bass (fretless)

Esten Cooke: Drums

Paul McLaughlin: Acoustic guitar

 

Art and Stuff: H. Michael Karshis @Shark Thang

 

This collection of songs is dedicated to Marion, Cathy & Henry and you! 

 

Special Thanks

Michael Daniels, John “Mr. Drums” Lopez, Paul McLaughlin, Mark Johnson, Studio 16, Tommy Kommenda, Bobby Medina, Mike Byrne, Jim Volk, Michael O’Connor, JB Braden, Greg Goodman, Ike Eichenberg and Al Barlow, my favorite songwriters. And Gary & Irene for giving me a chance. 
Bruce & Debra @ BIGA, everyone @ Cibolo Creek Country Club Kate & Jake @ Spechts Store, Randy & Barbara @ Boardwalk Bistro, and Chuck Lamb. 

 

Information

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Administered by BUG Music