- Performer:Dave Morehouse
- Title:Out from Under the Covers
- Date of release:April 2, 2008
- Size FLAC version1940 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1991 megabytes
- Size WMA version1764 megabytes
- Formats:RA MP2 VOC AC3 MPC RA
I love the song as it is, and Dan's singing is heavenly, so the combination ended up being almost too good. Produced by Ninja Sex Party and Jim Arsenault Tracks 4, 7, and 11 co-produced by Jim Roach Recorded, Engineered by Dave Dominguez Tracks 1-3, 5-6, 8-10, and 12 mixed by Jay Ruston at TRS West, assisted by John Douglass Tracks 4, 7, and 11 mixed by Thom Flowers Mastered by Randy Merrill at Sterling Sound, NYC. Management: Brent Lilley, brentlilleyl. All photos by Kristi Elias Album design by The Lazerhorse.
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CreditsDave Morehouse - Composer, Primary Artist
|1||I Can Hold You Dave Morehouse||Dave Morehouse||3:23|
|2||Sometime Special Dave Morehouse||Dave Morehouse||3:38|
|3||I Fell into Your Eyes Dave Morehouse||Dave Morehouse||3:37|
|4||Only You Dave Morehouse||Dave Morehouse||4:27|
|5||I'm Comin' Home Dave Morehouse||Dave Morehouse||4:07|
|6||Love at First Sight Dave Morehouse||Dave Morehouse||4:07|
|7||Do Me Dave Morehouse||Dave Morehouse||3:45|
|8||Crazy Dave Morehouse||Dave Morehouse||5:09|
|9||It Still Hurts Dave Morehouse||Dave Morehouse||4:21|
|10||Please Come Back Dave Morehouse||Dave Morehouse||3:33|
|11||Let's Go to Milwaukee Dave Morehouse||Dave Morehouse||3:22|
|12||What the Fire's For Dave Morehouse||Dave Morehouse||3:26|
|13||Harley Song (My Harley Davidson) Dave Morehouse||Dave Morehouse||1:51|