Greg Brown (3)

Also known as Brown, G. Brown, Greg. Brown
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Discography of Greg Brown (3):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Honey In The Lion's Head 12 Audio 2004-01-27 Trailer Records (2)
2 Slant 6 Mind 13 Audio 1997 Red House Records
3 The Poet Game 12 Audio 1994 Red House Records
4 The Poet Game 12 Audio 1994 Sky Ranch Records
5 Yellow Dog 12 Audio 2007-09-04 Earthwork Music
6 The Evening Call 12 Audio 2006-08-06 Red House Records
7 Down In There 10 Audio 1990 Red House Records
8 Songs Of Innocence And Of Experience 16 Audio 1986 Red House Records Inc.
9 In The Dark With You 10 Audio 1985 Red House Records
10 Freak Flag 11 Audio 2011 Yep Roc Records
11 44 & 66 10 Audio 1984 Red House Records
12 44 & 66 10 Audio 1980 Rose Alley Records
13 The Poet Game 12 Audio 1994 Red House Records
14 Songs Of Innocence And Of Experience 16 Audio 1986 Red House Records Inc.
15 Hacklebarney 12 Audio 1974 Mountain Railroad Records
16 Covenant 11 Audio 2000 Red House Records
17 I Don't Know That Guy 2 Audio 1993 Virgin
18 One Night... 11 Audio 1982 Coffeehouse Extemporé Records
19 In The Dark With You 13 Audio 1992 Red House Records
20 One Big Town 10 Audio 1989 Red House Records
21 Bath Tub Blues 16 Audio 1993 Red House Records
22 Dream Cafe 12 Audio 1993 Sky Ranch Records
23 Over And Under 14 Audio 2000 Trailer Records
24 Dream Café 12 Audio 1992 Red House Records
25 Milk Of The Moon 12 Audio 2002 Red House Records
26 Further In 12 Audio 1996 Sky Ranch Records
27 44 & 66 12 Audio Red House Records

Greg Brown (born July 2, 1949) is a folk musician from the Hacklebarney region of southeast Iowa. His song, 'Iowa Waltz' was unsuccessfully proposed to replace the state song of Iowa.

During the 1980s, his reputation was established through frequent touring and recurring performances on A Prairie Home Companion. Subsequently, his work has been nominated for Grammy awards. He also founded his own record label, named [l=Red House Records] after a home in which he lived in Iowa. To date, over 200 recordings have been released on Red House by artists such as [a=Pat Donohue], [a=Ramblin' Jack Elliott], [a=Eliza Gilkyson], [a=John Gorka], [a=Lucy Kaplansky], [a=John McCutcheon] and many more.

He has recorded more than two dozen albums, including his 1986 release, "Songs of Innocence and of Experience", when he put aside his own lyric writing to set poems of William Blake to music. "One Big Town", recorded in 1989, earned Brown three and a half stars in Rolling Stone, chart-topping status in AAA and The Gavin Report's Americana rankings and Brown's first Indie Award from NAIRD (National Association of Independent Record Distributors).

"The Poet Game", his 1994 CD, received another Indie award from NAIRD. His critically acclaimed 1996 release, Further In, was a finalist for the same award. Rolling Stone's 4-star review of Further In called Brown "a wickedly sharp observer of the human condition." 1997's "Slant 6 Mind" earned Brown his second Grammy nomination. In 1999, Red House re-released "One Night", a 1983 live performance originally on Minneapolis' Coffeehouse Extemporé Records.

Brown has an established history for allowing his music to be used to raise funds and awareness for environmental and social causes. In 2005, a live benefit for Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve was recorded and released in 2007 as "Yellow Dog" on the EarthWorks Music label.

In 2007, he was nominated for a Folk Alliance Award in the category of Contemporary Artist of the Year. Brown's songwriting has been lauded by many, and his songs have been performed by [a=Willie Nelson], [a=Jack Johnson], [a=Carlos Santana], [a=Michael Johnson], [a=Ani DiFranco], [a=Shawn Colvin], [a=Mary Chapin Carpenter], [a=Iris Dement] and [a=Joan Baez], who covered his song 'Rexroth's Daughter' on "Dark Chords on a Big Guitar".

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