The Badlees - Discography - Other Projects Involving Badlee Members

Other Projects Involving Badlee Members

Year Project Type Badlee member / contribution
2004 The Road Goes Other Places Album by Jay Young Bret Alexander, Guitars
Paul Smith, Bass
Ron Simasek, Drums
2004 Rest Out Album by Jared Campbell Bret Alexander, Guitars
Paul Smith, Bass
Ron Simasek, Drums
2004 Carson's Window Album by Carson's Window Bret Alexander, Guitars, Mandolin, Banjo
Paul Smith, Organ
2005 Wishful Drinkin Album by Shawn Z Bret Alexander, Guitars
Paul Smith, Bass
Ron Simasek, Drums
2005 "Keep On the Sunny Side" Song by K8 Bret Alexander, Guitars
Paul Smith, Bass
Ron Simasek, Drums
Used for a national Days Inn commercial.
2005 Imaginary Lines I Album by Imaginary Lines Bret Alexander, Guitars
Ron Simasek, Drums
2007 Imaginary Lines II Album by Imaginary Lines Ron Simasek, Drums
2008 St. Jude Avenue Album by Shawn Z Bret Alexander, Guitars
Paul Smith, Bass
Ron Simasek, Drums
2009 Love EP by Mycenea Worley Bret Alexander, Multi Instrumentss
Ron Simasek, Drums
2009 Imaginary Lines 33 Album by Imaginary Lines Bret Alexander, Guitars
Ron Simasek, Drums
2010 "Song for Diane" Song by Ric Albano Bret Alexander, Multi Instrumentss
Ron Simasek, Drums
For use on Dollars for Diane Benefit CD.
2010 See That My Grave is Kept Clean Album by Ed Randazzo Bret Alexander, Multi Instrumentss

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