Gene Watson’s Peers: Quote from Ed Seay: February 2017

Gene Watson’s Peers within the country music industry believe in the sheer talent of this unassuming man from east Texas, so much so that Gene is regarded by many of them as ‘the singer’s singer’ – and rightly so!

All of Gene Watson’s Peers, who were contacted by The Gene Watson Fan Site, during 2017, were most gracious with their time and words.

It is here, within this special part of The Gene Watson Fan Site, that you have an opportunity to read a quote from Ed Seay, which he submitted to this site on Sunday 12 February 2017.

Sean Brady would like to take this opportunity to say ‘thank you’ to Ed Seay who has made a special contribution to a unique part of this online ‘celebration of a Lone Star Hero’.

Ed Seay



Ed Seay
This quote was submitted on Sunday 12 February 2017.

Gene Watson, one of the truly fabulous singers and one that all country singers admire and respect.

You rarely see talent like Gene anymore

Thank you, Ed Seay, for your support of Gene Watson.

About Ed Seay…

Ed Seay

Ed Seay, who was born on Thursday 23 February 1950, is an acclaimed recording engineer and producer in Nashville.

Paul Davis: 'Southern Tracks & Fantasies' (Bang Records, 1976)

Paul Davis’ ‘Southern Tracks & Fantasies’ (Bang Records, 1976) / Paul Davis (Wednesday 21 April 1948 – Tuesday 22 April 2008) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing, guitar, trombone, background vocals, bass, acoustic guitar)

Paul Davis: 'Singer of Songs...Teller of Tales' (Bang Records, 1977)

Paul Davis’ ‘Singer of Songs…Teller of Tales’ (Bang Records, 1977) / Paul Davis (Wednesday 21 April 1948 – Tuesday 22 April 2008) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Paul Davis: 'Paul Davis' (Bang Records, 1980)

Paul Davis’ ‘Paul Davis’ (Bang Records, 1980) / Paul Davis (Wednesday 21 April 1948 – Tuesday 22 April 2008) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, arranger, mixing, electric guitar, trombone, background vocals, bass)

Paul Davis: 'Cool Night' (Arista Records, 1981)

Paul Davis’ ‘Cool Night’ (Arista Records, 1981) / Paul Davis (Wednesday 21 April 1948 – Tuesday 22 April 2008) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, keyboards, background vocals, bass)

Ricky Skaggs: 'Love's Gonna Get Ya!' (Epic Records, 1986)

Ricky Skaggs’ ‘Love’s Gonna Get Ya!’ (Epic Records, 1986) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Marie Osmond: 'I Only Wanted You' (Capitol Records, 1986)

Marie Osmond’s ‘I Only Wanted You’ (Capitol Records, 1986) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Foster & Lloyd: 'Foster & Lloyd' (RCA Records, 1987)

Foster & Lloyd’s ‘Foster & Lloyd’ (RCA Records, 1987) / Radney Foster & Bill Lloyd / Ed Seay (engineer, vocal harmony)

Highway 101: 'Highway 101' (Warner Bros. Records, 1987)

Highway 101’s ‘Highway 101’ (Warner Bros. Records, 1987) / Highway 101 lead vocalist Paulette Carlson / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

The Desert Rose Band: 'The Desert Rose Band' (MCA Records, 1987)

The Desert Rose Band’s ‘The Desert Rose Band’ (MCA Records, 1987) / Desert Rose band members: Chris Hillman, Herb Pedersen & John Jorgenson / Ed Seay (engineer)

Ricky Skaggs: 'Comin' Home to Stay' (Epic Records, 1987)

Ricky Skaggs’ ‘Comin’ Home to Stay’ (Epic Records, 1987) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Marie Osmond: 'All in Love' (Capitol Records, 1988)

Marie Osmond’s ‘All in Love’ (Capitol Records, 1988) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Highway 101: 'Highway 101, Volume 2' (Warner Bros. Records, 1988)

Highway 101’s ‘Highway 101, Volume 2’ (Warner Bros. Records, 1988) / Highway 101 lead vocalist Paulette Carlson / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing, audio production)

The Desert Rose Band: 'Running' (MCA Records, 1988)

The Desert Rose Band’s ‘Running’ (MCA Records, 1988) / Desert Rose band members: Chris HillmanHerb Pedersen & John Jorgenson / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing, digital engineer)

The McCarters: 'The Gift' (Warner Bros. Records, 1988)

The McCarters’ ‘The Gift’ (Warner Bros. Records, 1988) / Jennifer McCarter, and Lisa & Teresa McCarter / Ed Seay (producer)

Cee Cee Chapman: 'Twist of Fate' (Curb Records, 1988)

Cee Cee Chapman’s ‘Twist of Fate’ (Curb Records, 1988) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing, digital mixing)

Ricky Skaggs: 'Kentucky Thunder' (Epic Records, 1989)

Ricky Skaggs’ ‘Kentucky Thunder’ (Epic Records, 1989) / Ed Seay (engineer)

Mark O'Connor: 'On The Mark' (Warner Bros. Records, 1989)

Mark O’Connor‘s ‘On The Mark’ (Warner Bros. Records, 1989) / Ed Seay (engineer)

Highway 101: 'Paint The Town' (Warner Bros. Records, 1989)

Highway 101’s ‘Paint The Town’ (Warner Bros. Records, 1989) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Dolly Parton: 'White Limozeen' (Columbia Records, 1989)

Dolly Parton’s ‘White Limozeen’ (Columbia Records, 1989) / Ed Seay (engineer)

Jennifer McCarter & The McCarters: 'Better Be Home Soon' (Warner Bros. Records, 1990)

Jennifer McCarter & The McCarters’ ‘Better Be Home Soon’ (Warner Bros. Records, 1990) / Jennifer McCarter, and Lisa & Teresa McCarter / Ed Seay (producer)

Emmylou Harris: 'Duets' (Reprise Records, 1990)

Emmylou Harris’ ‘Duets’ (Reprise Records, 1990) / Ed Seay (producer)

Highway 101: 'Greatest Hits: 1987 - 1990' (Warner Bros. Records, 1990)

Highway 101’s ‘Greatest Hits: 1987 – 1990’ (Warner Bros. Records, 1990) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Kevin Welch: 'Kevin Welch' (Reprise Records, 1990)

Kevin Welch’s ‘Kevin Welch’ (Reprise Records, 1990) Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

The Desert Rose Band: 'Pages of Life' ( Records, 1990)

The Desert Rose Band’s ‘Pages of Life’ (MCA Records, 1990) / Desert Rose band members: Chris HillmanHerb Pedersen & John Jorgenson / Ed Seay (producer, mixing)

The Desert Rose Band: 'A Dozen Roses: Greatest Hits' (MCA Records, 1991)

The Desert Rose Band’s ‘A Dozen Roses: Greatest Hits’ (MCA Records, 1991) / Desert Rose band members: Chris HillmanHerb Pedersen & John Jorgenson / Ed Seay (producer, mixing)

Highway 101: 'Bing Bang Boom' (Warner Bros. Records, 1991)

Highway 101’s ‘Bing Bang Boom’ (Warner Bros. Records, 1991) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Lionel Cartwright: 'Chasin' The Sun' (MCA Records, 1991)

Lionel Cartwright‘s ‘Chasin’ The Sun’ (MCA Records, 1991) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Jann Browne: 'It Only Hurts When I Laugh' (Curb Records, 1991)

Jann Browne‘s ‘It Only Hurts When I Laugh’ (Curb Records, 1991) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Wild Rose: 'Listen to Your Heart' (Curb Records, 1991)

Wild Rose’s ‘Listen to Your Heart’ (Curb Records, 1991) / Wild Rose (Pamela Gadd: lead vocals, background vocals, banjo), Kathy Mac: bass guitar, vocals, Pam Perry: lead vocals, harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin, Nancy Given: drums, vocals) and Wanda Vick: guitar, mandolin, fiddle, Dobro, steel guitar) / Ed Seay (engineer)

Ricky Skaggs: 'My Father's Son' (Epic Records, 1991)

Ricky Skaggs’ ‘My Father’s Son’ (Epic Records, 1991) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Pam Tillis: 'Put Yourself in My Place' (Arista Records, 1991)

Pam Tillis’ ‘Put Yourself in My Place’ (Arista Records, 1991) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

John Prine: 'The Missing Years' (Oh Boy Records, 1991)

John Prine’s ‘The Missing Years’ (Oh Boy Records, 1991) / John Prine (Thursday 10 October 1946 – Tuesday 7 April 2020) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Joy Lynn White: 'Between Midnight & Hindsight' (Columbia Records, 1992)

Joy Lynn White’s ‘Between Midnight & Hindsight’ (Columbia Records, 1992) / Ed Seay (engineer, overdub engineer)

Pam Tillis: 'Homeward Looking Angel' (Arista Records, 1992)

Pam Tillis’ ‘Homeward Looking Angel’ (Arista Records, 1992) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer)

Molly & The Heymakers: 'Molly & The Heymakers' (Reprise Records, 1992)

Molly & The Heymakers’ ‘Molly & The Heymakers’ (Reprise Records, 1992) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer)

Martina McBride: 'The Time Has Come' (RCA Records, 1992)

Martina McBride’s ‘The Time Has Come’ (RCA Records, 1992) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Boy Howdy: 'Welcome to Howdywood' (Curb Records, 1992)

Boy Howdy’s ‘Welcome To Howdywood’ (Curb Records, 1992) / Ed Seay (mixing)

The Bellamy Brothers: 'Rip Off The Knob' (Bellamy Brothers Records, 1993)

The Bellamy Brothers‘ ‘Rip Off The Knob’ (Bellamy Brothers Records, 1993) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Ronny Cox: 'Ronny Cox' (Polygram Records, 1993)

Ronny Cox’s ‘Ronny Cox’ (Polygram Records, 1993) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Martina McBride: 'The Way That I Am' (RCA Records, 1993)

Martina McBride’s ‘The Way That I Am’ (RCA Records, 1993) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, audio engineer, mixing)

Gibson Miller Band: 'Where There's Smoke' (Epic Records, 1993)

Gibson Miller Band’s ‘Where There’s Smoke’ (Epic Records, 1993) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

John Prine: 'A John Prine Christmas' (Oh Boy Records, 1993)

John Prine’s ‘A John Prine Christmas’ (Oh Boy Records, 1994) / John Prine (Thursday 10 October 1946 – Tuesday 7 April 2020) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Darryl & Don Ellis: 'Day in The Sun' (Epic Records, 1993)

Darryl & Don Ellis’ ‘Day In The Sun’ (Epic Records, 1993) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Davis Daniel: 'Davis Daniel' (Polydor Nashville Records, 1994)

Davis Daniel’s ‘Davis Daniel’ (Polydor Nashville Records, 1994) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Collin Raye: 'Extremes' (Epic Records, 1994)

Collin Raye‘s ‘Extremes’ (Epic Records, 1994) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

The Bellamy Brothers' 'Let Your Love Flow' (Bellamy Brothers Records, 1994)

The Bellamy Brothers‘ ‘Let Your Love Flow’ (Intersound Records, 1994) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer)

Gibson Miller Band: 'Red, White & Blue Collar' (Epic Records, 1994)

Gibson Miller Band’s ‘Red, White & Blue Collar’ (Epic Records, 1994) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Boy Howdy: 'She'd Give Anything' (Curb Records, 1994)

Boy Howdy’s ‘She’d Give Anything’ (Curb Records, 1994) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Jeff & Sheri Easter: 'The Gift' (Riversong Records, 1994)

Jeff & Sheri Easter’s ‘The Gift’ (Riversong Records, 1994) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Chely Wright: 'Woman in The Moon' (Polydor Records, 1994)

Chely Wright‘s ‘Woman in The Moon’ (Polydor Records, 1994) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Molly & The Heymakers: 'Big Things' (Mouthpiece Records, 1995)

Molly & The Haymakers’ ‘Big Things’ (Mouthpiece Records, 1995) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Boy Howdy: 'Born That Way' (Curb Records, 1995)

Boy Howdy’s ‘Born That Way’ (Curb Records, 1995) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Clinton Gregory: 'Clinton Gregory' (Polydor Records, 1995)

Clinton Gregory‘s ‘Clinton Gregory’ (Polydor Records, 1995) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Paul Davis: 'Greatest Hits' (Sony Records, 1995)

Paul Davis’ ‘Greatest Hits’ (Sony Records, 1995) / Paul Davis (Wednesday 21 April 1948 – Tuesday 22 April 2008) / Ed Seay (producer)

Collin Raye: 'I Think About You' (Epic Records, 1995)

Collin Raye‘s ‘I Think About You’ (Epic Records, 1995) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing, 6-string bass)

Ty Herndon: 'What Mattered Most' (Epic Records, 1995)

Ty Herndon‘s ‘What Mattered Most’ (Epic Records, 1995) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Ken Mellons: 'Where Forever Begins' (Epic Records, 1995)

Ken Mellons‘ ‘Where Forever Begins’ (Epic Records, 1995) / Ed Seay (engineer)

Martina McBride: 'Wild Angels' (RCA Records, 1995)

Martina McBride’s ‘Wild Angels’ (RCA Records, 1995) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Caryl Mack Parker: 'Caryl Mack Parker' (Magnatone Records, 1996)

Caryl Mack Parker’s ‘Caryl Mack Parker’ (Magnatone Records, 1996) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Collin Raye: 'Christmas: The Gift' (Epic Records, 1996)

Collin Raye‘s ‘Christmas: The Gift’ (Epic Records, 1996) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

The Bellamy Brothers: 'Dancin' (Bellamy Brothers Records, 1996)

The Bellamy Brothers‘ ‘Dancin’ (Bellamy Brothers Records, 1996) / Ed Seay (producer)

Carlene Carter: 'Hindsight 20/20' (Giant Records, 1996)

Carlene Carter’s ‘Hindsight 20/20’ (Giant Records, 1996) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Stephanie Bentley: 'Hopechest' (Epic Records, 1996)

Stephanie Bentley’s ‘Hopechest’ (Epic Records, 1996) / Ed Seay & Doug Johnson produced ‘Half Empty Heart’ (written by Gary Burr and Desmond Child), which was a duet with Ty Herndon

Davis Daniel: 'I Know a Place' (A&M Records, 1996)

Davis Daniel’s ‘I Know A Place’ (A&M Records, 1996) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Rick Trevino: 'Learning as You Go' (Columbia Records, 1996)

Rick Trevino’s ‘Learning As You Go’ (Columbia Records, 1996) / Ed Seay (engineer)

Ty Herndon: 'Living in a Moment' (Epic Records, 1996)

Ty Herndon‘s ‘Living In A Moment’ (Epic Records, 1996) / Ed Seay (engineer, recording technician)

Kevin Sharp: 'Measure of a Man' (Asylum Records, 1996)

Kevin Sharp’s ‘Measure of A Man’ (Asylum Records, 1996) / Kevin Sharp (Thursday 10 December 1970 – Saturday 19 April 2014) / Ed Seay (engineer)

Highway 101 & Paulette Carlson: 'Reunited' (Intersound Records, 1996)

Highway 101 & Paulette Carlson‘s ‘Reunited’ (Intersound Records, 1996) / Ed Seay (producer)

Ricochet: 'Ricochet' (Columbia Records, 1996)

Ricochet’s ‘Ricochet’ (Columbia Records, 1996) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing, overdubs)

Chely Wright: 'Right in The Middle of It' (Polydor Records, 1996)

Chely Wright‘s ‘Right In The Middle of It’ (Polydor Records, 1996) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing, acoustic guitar)

David Ball: 'Starlite Lounge' (Warner Bros. Records, 1996)

David Ball‘s ‘Starlite Lounge’ (Warner Bros. Records, 1996) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

James Bonamy: 'What I Live to Do' (Epic Records, 1996)

James Bonamy’s ‘What I Live To Do’ (Epic Records, 1996) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Ricochet: 'Blink of an Eye' (Columbia Records, 1997)

Ricochet’s ‘Blink of An Eye’ (Columbia Records, 1997) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, background vocals)

Martina McBride: 'Evolution' (RCA Records, 1997)

Martina McBride’s ‘Evolution’ (RCA Records, 1997) / Ed Seay (engineer)

Pam Tillis: 'Greatest Hits' (Arista Records, 1997)

Pam Tillis’ ‘Greatest Hits’ (Arista Records, 1997) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Highway 101: 'Latest & Greatest' (Intersound Records, 1997)

Highway 101’s ‘Latest & Greatest’ (Intersound Records, 1997) / Ed Seay (producer)

John Prine: 'Live on Tour' (Oh Boy Records, 1997)

John Prine’s ‘Live On Tour’ (Oh Boy Records, 1997) / John Prine (Thursday 10 October 1946 – Tuesday 7 April 2020) / Ed Seay (mixing)

James Bonamy: 'Roots & Wings' (Epic Records, 1997)

James Bonamy’s ‘Roots & Wings’ (Epic Records, 1997) / Ed Seay (engineer)

Collin Raye: 'The Best of Collin Raye: Direct Hits' (Epic Records, 1997)

Collin Raye‘s ‘The Best of Collin Raye: Direct Hits’ (Epic Records, 1997) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Wynonna: 'The Other Side' (Universal / Curb Records, 1997)

Wynonna’s ‘The Other Side’ (Universal / Curb Records, 1997) / Ed Seay (mixing, assistant engineer)

Sherrié Austin: 'Words' (Arista Nashville Records, 1997)

Sherri√© Austin’s ‘Words’ (Arista Nashville Records, 1997) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing)

Daryle Singletary: 'Ain't It The Truth' (Giant Records, 1998)

Daryle Singletary’s ‘Ain’t It The Truth’ (Giant Records, 1998) / Daryle Singletary (Wednesday 10 March 1971 – Monday 12 February 2018) / Ed Seay (engineer)

Monty Holmes: 'All I Ever Wanted' (Bang II Records, 1998)

On Tuesday 9 June 1998, Monty Holmes saw the release of ‘All I Ever Wanted’ (Bang II Records, 1998), which was produced by Ed Seay and Paul Davis (Wednesday 21 April 1948 – Tuesday 22 April 2008); the album, which was engineered and mixed by Ed Seay, included three tracks, which were hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

‘Why’d You Start Lookin’ So Good’, which was written by Paul Davis (Wednesday 21 April 1948 – Tuesday 22 April 2008)
(No.43, 1998)

‘Aone’, which was written by Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, CBE (Thursday 22 December 1949 – Sunday 12 January 2003) and Robin Gibb, CBE (Thursday 22 December 1949 – Sunday 20 May 2012) (No.53, 1998)

‘Leave My Mama Out of This’ (written by Kent Blazy and Monty Holmes) (No.59, 1998)

Monty Holmes‘ ‘All I Ever Wanted’ (Bang II Records, 1998) also included the following tracks:

‘Man’s Best Friend’ (written by Monty Holmes and Gerry House)

‘What I Do The Best’ (written by Monty Holmes and Donny Kees)
‘Love You Right Out of This’ (written by Monty Holmes)
‘Enough to Lie’ (written by Monty Holmes and Tony Toliver)
‘Jolie’, which was written by Paul Davis (Wednesday 21 April 1948 – Tuesday 22 April 2008), Skip Ewing and Paul Overstreet
‘All I Ever Wanted’ (written by Monty Holmes and Gerry House)
‘Basic Goodbye’ (written by Monty Holmes)
‘You’re Not All Here Tonight’ (written by Monty Holmes and Terry McBride)
‘Lost in The Shuffle’ (written by Monty Holmes and Barbie Isham)
‘While You Were Gone’ (written by Monty Holmes and Donny Kees)

Ty Herndon: 'Big Hopes' (Epic Records, 1998)

Ty Herndon‘s ‘Big Hopes’ (Epic Records, 1998) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Kevin Sharp': 'Love Is' (Asylum Records, 1998)

Kevin Sharp’s ‘Love Is’ (Asylum Records, 1998) / Kevin Sharp (Thursday 10 December 1970 – Saturday 19 April 2014) / Ed Seay (engineer)

Suzy Bogguss: 'Nobody Love, Nobody Gets Hurt' (Capitol Records, 1998)

Suzy Bogguss’ ‘Nobody Love, Nobody Gets Hurt’ (Capitol Records, 1998) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

The Wilkinsons: 'Nothing But Love' (Giant Records, 1998)

The Wilkinsons’ ‘Nothing But Love’ (Giant Records, 1998) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Collin Raye: 'The Walls Came Down' (Epic Records, 1998)

Collin Raye‘s ‘The Walls Came Down’ (Epic Records, 1998) / Ed Seay (producer)

Keith Harling: 'Bring It On' (Giant Records, 1999)

Keith Harling’s ‘Bring It On’ (Giant Records, 1999) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Mindy McCready: 'I'm Not So Tough' (BNA Records, 1999)

Mindy McCready’s ‘I’m Not So Tough’ (BNA Records, 1999) / Mindy McCready (Sunday 30 November 1975 – Sunday 17 February 2013) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Tracy Byrd: 'It's About Time' (RCA Nashville Records, 1999)

Tracy Byrd’s ‘It’s About Time’ (RCA Nashville Records, 1999) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Clay Walker: 'Live, Laugh, Love' (Giant Records, 1999)

Clay Walker‘s ‘Live, Laugh, Love’ (Giant Records, 1999) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Sherrié Austin: 'Love in The Real World' (Arista Records, 1999)

Sherri√© Austin’s ‘Love In The Real World’ (Arista Records, 1999) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing, overdubs)

Suzy Bogguss: 'Suzy Bogguss' (Platinum Records, 1999)

Suzy Bogguss’ ‘Suzy Bogguss’ (Platinum Records, 1999) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

The Roger Springer Band: 'The Roger Springer Band' (Giant Records, 1999)

The Roger Springer Band’s ‘The Roger Springer Band’ (Giant Records, 1999) / Ed Seay (producer, engineer, mixing, overdubs)

Neal McCoy: '24-7-365' (Giant Records, 2000)

Neal McCoy‘s ’24-7-365’ (Giant Records, 2000) / Ed Seay (producer)

Collin Raye: 'Counting Sheep' (Epic Records, 2000)

Collin Raye‘s ‘Counting Sheep’ (Epic Records, 2000) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing, overdubs, overdub engineer)

The Wilkinsons: 'Here & Now' (Giant Records, 2000)

The Wilkinsons’ ‘Here & Now’ (Giant Records, 2000) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing, recorder)

The Kinleys (Heather & Jennifer): 'II' (Epic Records, 2000)

The Kinleys’ ‘II’ (Epic Records, 2000) / The Kinleys (Heather & Jennifer) / Ed Seay (mixing, assistant)

Blake Shelton: 'Blake Shelton' (Warner Bros. Records, 2001)

Blake Shelton’s ‘Blake Shelton’ (Warner Bros. Records, 2001) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Georgia Middleman: 'Endless Possibilities' (Giant Records, 2001)

Georgia Middleman’s ‘Endless Possibilities’ (Giant Records, 2001) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Martina McBride: 'Greatest Hits' (RCA Records, 2001)

Martina McBride’s ‘Greatest Hits’ (RCA Records, 2001) / Ed Seay (producer)

Clay Walker: 'Say No More' (Giant Records, 2001)

 Clay Walker‘s ‘Say No More’ (Giant Records, 2001) / Ed Seay (engineer)

Tracy Byrd: 'Ten Rounds' (RCA Records, 2001)

Tracy Byrd’s ‘Ten Rounds’ (RCA Records, 2001) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Suzy Bogguss: 'Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas' (Loyal Dutchess Records, 2001)

Suzy Bogguss’ ‘Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas’ (Loyal Dutchess Records, 2001) / Ed Seay (mixing)

The Bellamy Brothers: 'The 25 Year Collection' (Delta Records, 2001 / Koch Records, 2001)

The Bellamy Brothers‘ ‘The 25 Year Collection’ (Delta Records, 2001 / Koch Records, 2001) / Ed Seay (producer)

Pam Tillis: 'It's All Relative' (Epic Records, 2002)

Pam Tillis’ ‘It’s All Relative’ (Epic Records, 2002) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Tammy Cochran: 'Life Happened' (Epic Records, 2002)

Tammy Cochran’s ‘Life Happened’ (Epic Records, 2002) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Joe Nichols: 'Man With a Memory' (Universal South Records, 2002)

Joe Nichols‘ ‘Man With A Memory’ (Universal South Records, 2002) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

Mark Chesnutt: 'Mark Chesnutt' (Columbia Records, 2002)

Mark Chesnutt‘s ‘Mark Chesnutt’ (Columbia Records, 2002) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Mindy McCready: 'Mindy McCready' (Capitol Records, 2002)

Mindy McCready’s ‘Mindy McCready’ (Capitol Records, 2002) / Mindy McCready (Sunday 30 November 1975 – Sunday 17 February 2013) / Ed Seay (engineer)

Lane Brody: 'Pieces of Life' (Scream Records, 2002)

Lane Brody‘s ‘Pieces of Life’ (Scream Records, 2002) / Ed Seay (engineer)

Pam Tillis: 'RCA Country Legends' (RCA Records, 2002)

Pam Tillis’ ‘RCA Country Legends’ (RCA Records, 2002) / Ed Seay (producer)

Various Artists: 'Sharp Dressed Men: A Tribute to ZZ Top' (RCA Records, 2002)

Various Artists: ‘Sharp Dressed Men: A Tribute to ZZ Top’ (RCA Records, 2002) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)

The various artists compilation, ‘Sharp Dressed Men: A Tribute to ZZ Top’ (RCA Records, 2002), included the following tracks:

‘Gimme All Your Lovin’, which was written by Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons and Joe Michael ‘Dusty’ Hill (Thursday 19 May 1949 – Wednesday 28 July 2021) / this track was performed by Lonestar

‘Sharp Dressed Man’, which written by Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons and Joe Michael ‘Dusty’ Hill (Thursday 19 May 1949 – Wednesday 28 July 2021) / this track was performed by Brad Paisley

‘Jesus Just Left Chicago / Waitin’ For The Bus’ (medley), which was written by Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons and Joe Michael ‘Dusty’ Hill (Thursday 19 May 1949 – Wednesday 28 July 2021) / this track was performed by Hank Williams Jr.

‘Grange’, which was written by Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons and Joe Michael ‘Dusty’ Hill (Thursday 19 May 1949 – Wednesday 28 July 2021) / this track was performed by Tracy Byrd

‘Rough Boy’, which was written by Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons and Joe Michael ‘Dusty’ Hill (Thursday 19 May 1949 – Wednesday 28 July 2021) / this track was performed by Brooks & Dunn (Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn)

‘I’m Bad, I’m Nationwide’, which was written by Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons and Joe Michael ‘Dusty’ Hill (Thursday 19 May 1949 – Wednesday 28 July 2021) / this track was performed by Dwight Yoakam

‘She Loves My Automobile’, which was written by Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons and Joe Michael ‘Dusty’ Hill (Thursday 19 May 1949 – Wednesday 28 July 2021) / this track was performed by Willie Nelson

‘I Need You Tonight’, which was written by Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons and Joe Michael ‘Dusty’ Hill (Thursday 19 May 1949 – Wednesday 28 July 2021) / this track was performed by Andy Griggs

‘Cheap Sunglasses’, which was written by Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons and Joe Michael ‘Dusty’ Hill (Thursday 19 May 1949 – Wednesday 28 July 2021) / this track was performed by The Warren Brothers

‘Legs’, which was written by Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons and Joe Michael ‘Dusty’ Hill (Thursday 19 May 1949 – Wednesday 28 July 2021) / this track was performed by Trace Adkins

‘Tush’, which was written by Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons and Joe Michael ‘Dusty’ Hill (Thursday 19 May 1949 – Wednesday 28 July 2021)
/ this track was performed by Kenny Chesney

‘Just Got Paid’, which was written by Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons, Bill Ham and Joe Michael ‘Dusty’ Hill (Thursday 19 May 1949 – Wednesday 28 July 2021)
/ this track was performed by Montgomery Gentry

‘I Thank You’, which was written by Isaac Hayes (Thursday 20 August 1942 – Sunday 10 August 2008) and David Porter
/ this track was performed by Phil Vassar

‘Fearless Boogie’, which was written by Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons and Joe Michael ‘Dusty’ Hill (Thursday 19 May 1949 – Wednesday 28 July 2021)
/ this track was performed by Hank Williams III

‘Sure Got Cold After The Rain Fell’ (written by Billy Gibbons) / this track was performed by Alan Jackson

Travis Tritt: 'Strong Enough' (Columbia Records, 2002)

Travis Tritt’s ‘Strong Enough’ (Columbia Records, 2002) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Collin Raye: 'Super Hits' (Epic Records, 2002)

Collin Raye‘s ‘Super Hits’ (Epic Records, 2002) / Ed Seay (producer)

Ty Herndon: 'This is Ty Herndon: Greatest Hits' (Epic Records, 2002)

Ty Herndon‘s ‘This is Ty Herndon: Greatest Hits’ (Epic Records, 2002) / Ed Seay (producer)

Brad Martin: 'Wings of a Honky Tonk Angel' (Epic Records, 2002)

Brad Martin’s ‘Wings of A Honky Tonk Angel’ (Epic Records, 2002) / Ed Seay (mixing)

Chely Wright: '20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Chely Wright' (MCA Records, 2003)

Chely Wright‘s ’20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best of Chely Wright’ (MCA Records, 2003) / Ed Seay (producer)

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Ashley Gearing’s ‘Can You Hear Me When I Talk to You?’ (Lyric Street Records, 2003) / this track, which was released as a non-album single, reached No.36 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart in 2003 / Ed Seay (mixing)

Hank Williams Jr.’s ‘I’m One of You’ (Curb Records, 2003) / Ed Seay (engineer)
Blake Shelton’s ‘The Dreamer’ (2003) / Ed Seay (engineer, mixing)
Billy Ray Cyrus’ ‘The Other Side’ (2003) / Ed Seay (mixing)
Various Artists: ‘The Songs of Hank Williams Jr.: A Bocephus Celebration’ (2003) / Ed Seay (mixing)
Tracy Byrd’s ‘The Truth About Men’ (2003) / Ed Seay (mixing, mastering)
Various Artists: ‘Ultimate Songs of Faith & Inspiration’ (2003) / Ed Seay (producer)

Highway 101: ’10 All Time Greatest Hits’ (2004) Ed Seay (producer)
Blake Shelton: ‘Barn & Grill’ (2004) Ed Seay (engineer, audio engineer, mixing, cymbals, recording)
2004 Blue County Blue County Engineer, Mixing
2004 Country Christmas, Vol. 3 [Reprise] Producer
2004 Outlaws and Angels Willie Nelson Mixing
2004 Super Hits [Arista 2004] Pam Tillis Producer
2004 Undeniable Lisa Brokop Engineer, Mixing)

2005 Angels & Outlaws, Vol. 1 The Bellamy Brothers Mixing
2005 III Joe Nichols Mixing
2005 R.I.D.E. Trick Pony Mixing)

2006 Billboard #1s: Classic Country Mixing Engineer
2006 Brand New Girlfriend Steve Holy Engineer, Mixing
2006 It’s About Time Paulette Carlson Mixing
2006 That’s How They Do It in Dixie: The Essential Collection Hank Williams Engineer, Mixing)

2007 Big Love in a Small Town Sarah Johns Engineer, Mixing, Main Personnel, Vocals (Background), Vocal Overdubs
2007 Missing Years Little Texas Mixing
2007 Music Inspired by the Motion Picture Amazing Grace Producer
2007 Pure BS Blake Shelton Engineer, Mixing
2007 The Definitive Collection Chely Wright Producer, Audio Production
2007 The Platinum Collection Clay Walker Remix Engineer
2007 The Very Best of Dolly Parton [BMG 2007] Dolly Parton Audio Production
2007 The Very Best of Little Texas: Live and Loud Little Texas Producer, Mixing, Audio Production)

2008 Collections: Best of Dolly Parton Dolly Parton Audio Production
2008 Collector’s Edition Martina McBride Producer
2008 Cool Country Hits: Collector’s Edition Producer
2008 Dancing with the Best of Marie Osmond Marie Osmond Producer
2008 Julia Burton Julia Burton Engineer
2008 Songs That Changed The Church: Hymns Producer
2008 Startin’ Fires Blake Shelton Engineer, Mixing
2008 The Very Best of Neal McCoy Neal McCoy Producer, Original Recording Producer)

2009 127 Rose Avenue Hank Williams Engineer, Mixing, Vocals (Background)
2009 Pilgrimage Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers Band Engineer, Mixing)

2010 Let It Be Me: Mathis in Nashville Johnny Mathis Vocal Engineer
2010 Love Like Crazy Lee Brice Engineer, Mixing)

2011 Faroe Islands Russ Taff Engineer
2011 It’s About Time/Ten Rounds Tracy Byrd Mixing
2011 The Best of Paul Davis Paul Davis Producer
2011 The Gathering Diane Schuur Engineer, Mixing)

2012 God Gave Me You: 12 Inspirational Hits from Today’s Top Country Artists Producer
2012 Hard 2 Love Lee Brice Engineer, Mixing, Vocals (Background)
2012 Hits and More Martina McBride Producer
2012 Honesty Whitney Wolanin Mixing, Mixing Engineer
2012 Let’s Be Honest Pt.1 Whitney Wolanin Mixing Engineer
2012 The Very Best of Collin Raye Collin Raye Producer
2012 The Essential Martina McBride Martina McBride Producer)

2013 Alabama & Friends Alabama Engineer, Mixing
2013 Blame It All on My Roots: Five Decades of Influences Garth Brooks Tracking)

2014 The Best of Desert Rose Band Desert Rose Band Producer)

2015 Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits Blake Shelton Cymbals, Engineer, Mixing, Recording
2015 Turn Down the Lights Rainey Qualley Engineer, Mixing)

Hank Williams’s ‘A Country Boy Can Survive’ ( Records, 2016) / Ed Seay (remixing)
Mark Chesnutt’s ‘Tradition Lives’ ( Records, 2016) / Ed Seay (mixing, editing, overdubs, tracking)

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