That’s My Girl: Originally written and recorded circa 1986 by Jon Sheffield, this song was rerecorded by the short lived Highland Band in October 1999. It features Jon Sheffield on guitars/lead and backing vocals/bass, Joe Fussinger on drums/backing vocals/tambourine, Joy Fussinger on backing vocals
Shine The Light: Originally written circa 1986 by Jon Sheffield, this song features Les on lead guitar/drums, Jon on lead and backing vocals/acoustic guitar/bass. In 1999, I added backup and other percussion tracks and also cleaned up and added effects to the original 2 tracks.
Wasting Time: Written in August of 1999 by Jon Sheffield and recorded with Joe Fussinger and Jon Sheffield that same year. All tracks re-recorded in April 2009.
Innocent eyes: Originally written circa 1985 by Les Soltecsz, this song featured Les on rhythm guitar, Jon Sheffield on drums/backing vocals/tambourine/maracas, Rick Warsing on Lead Guitar, Brett Schultz on Bass. In April of 2000, I removed all tracks except the lead guitar and some of Les’s rhythm guitar and rearranged and rerecorded all other tracks featuring Joe Fussinger on drums. The lyrics were rewritten by Joe Fussinger.
Time Goes By: Written circa 1986 by Jon Sheffield. Originally recorded with Joe Fussinger circa 2000 and remixed and rerecorded with new drum track in 2008.
Long Way Home: Written circa 2000, this was recorded for the first time in 2009
End of the line: Written in October of 1999 by Jon Sheffield and Joe Fussinger, this song features Jon on Lead and backing vocals/lead, rhythm and bass guitars, Joe Fussinger on drums/backing vocals. This song was written about a bar that was once in the Cincinnati area called the End of the Line where people would take the trolley into Cincinnati and where it turned around in northern Kentucky, this bar was at the end of the trolley line.
Why Why Why: Written circa 2002 by Jon Sheffield. Recorded on May 25th, 2009
Another Closed Door: Written in 1999 by Jon Sheffield and Joe Fussinger.
Its Me: Written circa 1984 by Jon Sheffield. This was originally called “You’ll See” but was rewritten in 1999 to this version.
Leaving me blue: Written in August of 1999 by Jon Sheffield and Joe Fussinger, this song features Jon on Lead and backing vocals/lead, rhythm and bass guitars, oh and cow bell. Joe Fussinger on drums/backing vocals. The lyrics were also rewritten from the concept version by Joe. (this version was recorded April 16, 2000).