David Egan

Reuben David Egan (March 20, 1954 – March 18, 2016) was an American singer, songwriter, and pianist based in Lafayette, Louisiana, who composed, recorded, and performed rock, Cajun-rock, soul, and blues.[1][2] Egan died March 18, 2016 at his home from cancer.[3]

For the American soccer player, see David Egan (soccer).
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  • “Underground Stream,” by David Egan
  1. Album: Irma Thomas, Simply Grand, Rounder Records (2008);

    OCLC 237222844

Irma Thomas, vocals; David Egan, piano
  • “One Foot In The Bayou,” by David Egan
  1. Album: Tab Benoit, Power of the Pontchartrain, Telarc (2007); OCLC 153996636
  2. Album: Filé, La Vie Marron, Green Linnet (1996); OCLC 36638767
David Egan, vocals and piano
  • “Good To You Baby,” by David Egan and Buddy Flett (né Bruce Mechlin Flett; born 1951)
  1. Album: Tab Benoit, Power of the Pontchartrain, Telarc (2007); OCLC 153996636
  • “If You Knew How Much,” by David Egan
  • “Stone Survivor,” by David Egan
  • “These Honey-Do’s,” by Irma Thomas and David Egan
  1. Album: Irma Thomas, After the Rain, Rounder Records (2007); OCLC 68175294
  1. Album: Marcia Ball, Peace, Love and BBQ, Alligator Records (2008); OCLC 224558754
  • “Fading Footsteps” by David Egan
  1. Album: Solomon Burke, Make Do with What You Got, Shout Factory (2005); OCLC 58462519
  • “Please No More,” by David Egan and Greg Hansen
  1. Album: Etta James, Let’s Roll, Private Music (2003); OCLC 52219644
  2. Album: Sing It, Rounder Records (1988); OCLC 38572290
Performed by Marcia Ball, Irma Thomas and Tracy Nelson
  1. Album:
  2. Joe Cocker, Night Calls, Capitol Records (1992); OCLC 26287406

  3. Album: Terry Evans, Come To The River, AudioQuest Music (1997); OCLC 38034296
  1. Debut Album: Marc Broussard, Momentary Setback, Ripley Records (2002); OCLC 52770347
  • “First You Cry,” by David Egan and Buddy Flett (né Bruce Mechlin Flett; born 1951)
  1. Album: Percy Sledge, Blue Night, Point Blank Records (1994); OCLC 33813037
  2. Album: Lil’ Band O’ Gold, Shanachie Records (2000); OCLC 44797864
Performed by Lil’ Band O’ Gold (David Egan, vocals and keyboards)
  1. Album:
  2. Maura O’Connell, Blue Is The Color Of Hope, Warner Bros. Records (1992); OCLC 27421522

  • “Wake Up Call,” by David Egan and David Love Lewis (born 1946)
  1. Album: Performed by John Mayall and Mavis Staples on the Wake Up Call, Silvertone (1993); OCLC 28739821
  2. Album Jimmy Witherspoon, The Blues, The Whole Blues, And Nothing But The Blues, Indigo (1992); OCLC 28502087
Produced by Mike Vernon
  • “Sing It,” by David Egan
  1. Album: Marcia Ball, Irma Thomas and Tracy Nelson, Sing It, Rounder Records (1998); OCLC 38558587
  • “People Will Be People,” by David Egan
  1. Album: Marcia Ball, Irma Thomas and Tracy NelsonSing It, Rounder Records (1998); OCLC 38558587
  2. Album: The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Live, Sanctuary Records Group (2001); OCLC 49801033
  • “Even Now,” by David Egan and Buddy Flett (né Bruce Mechlin Flett; born 1951)
  1. Album: Johnny Adams, Man Of My Word, Rounder Records (1998); OCLC 40622686
  • “Too Much Wine,” by David Egan
  • “Can’t Get Nothin’ Sucka,” by David Egan and Nathan Williams
  1. Album: Nathan and the Zydeco Cha-Chas, Let’s Go, Rounder Records (2000); OCLC 45091358
  • “When I Was A Dinosaur,” by David Egan and Larry Armer (né John Larry Armer; born 1949)
  1. Album: Trout Fishing in America, Big Trouble, Trout Records (1991); OCLC 26154305
  2. Album: Dr. Demento’s 25th Anniversary Collection: More of the Greatest Novelty Records of All Time, Rhino Records (1995); OCLC 33275688
  3. Album: Bill Mumy and Robert Haimer, The Dinosaur Album: A Musical Adventure Through The Jurassic Age, Kid Rhino (1993); OCLC 29787478
  4. Album: Chenille Sisters, 1-2-3 For Kids, Red House Records (1989); OCLC 23284804

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