Shelley Rogers
Shelley Rogers' album was Blonde Vinyl's lone foray into the realm of adult contemporary pop music. Dreaming Awake features many top-notch guest musicians (including Michael Knott and Steve Hindalong, among others). The quality and credibility of these musicians seems to push Shelley Rogers' music beyond the blandness of most pop, almost into the realm of alternative pop.
  Shelley Rogers

Blonde Vinyl Releases
album cover  
Dreaming Awake
BVCD3332 (1991)
Produced by Michael Knott & David Hackbarth

Shelley Rogers - Vocals, acoustic and classical guitar
Steve Hindalong - Drums, percussion
Mike Sauerbrey - Bass
Jeffrey Thomas - Electric, acoustic, and classical guitar
Dan Michaels - Wind synthesizer
Mike Knott - Percussion, acoustic and classical guitar
Chuck Cummings - Drums
Glenn Homes - Bass
Greg Flesch - Electric, acoustic, and e-bow guitar
Dave Thrush - Alto and soprano sax
Dave Hackbarth - Rhodes, keyboard, six-string bass
Dave Koval - Electric guitar
Michael Hackett - Keyboard, treatments, cello arrangement

01) Love Is 3:39 Rogers
02) Carry Me Away 3:44 Rogers, Sauerbrey, Knott
03) Don't You Worry 3:00 Rogers
04) You & I 4:07 Rogers
05) Song In The Distance 3:47 Rogers
06) Dreaming Awake 4:01 Rogers, Knott
07) Parallels 3:51 Rogers
08) Time 4:05 Rogers
09) Talk With You At Midnight 3:19 Rogers
10) Dreams 3:27 Rogers

Comments about Shelley Rogers
I'll remember the recording time of Dreaming Awake. Glad it blossomed into a CD.

Comment posted by Larisa Kocic on Monday, November 12, 2007 at 03:52 AM
talk with you at midnight should be on itunes

Comment posted by Eli on Saturday, April 12, 2008 at 01:29 AM
Your name:


Only press the Submit button once. Your comment will be held for moderation. Your comments will become property of Knott Heads on H. Any inappropriate comments will be deleted. Kids can read this site, you know. So keep it nice. Also, please - no begging for music. Please keep the comments about the music - not begging for copies of it. Also, its a really bad idea to leave your email address in a comment. That is like begging for spam.