© 2019 by Aireene Espiritu Music.

2011 Goodnight Aireene Goodnight EP, $5 
Six song EP, Aireene on vocals and tenor ukulele recorded in a live setting.

 

2006 Self titled Release, $5 
Recorded raw, with no mastering at Studio 132with BZ Lewis.

>> BUY: Only digital version available.

 

2010 The Ten Ton Feather$14 
Rick & Aireene's first official duo release. With special guests Scott Amendola (drums), Jon Evans(bass and more), Bill Evans (banjo), Karen Goodman (vocals), Brian Judd (mandolin), Chad Manning (fiddle), and Julie Wolf (keys).


 

2008 Live at the Freight & Salvage DVD, $5 

This DVD captures Rick and Aireene at their best, held the Freight's old location in Berkeley, CA. This nearly sold-out performance was clearly a night to remember, and we were lucky that 'tape was rolling' to catch it all for you. Catch a glimpse.

OTHER STORES/COMPILATIONS

2015 Songs from the Fog, Volume 2

A compilation of San Francisco Bay Area singer-songwriters. Available at live shows only. More info here.

2014 Put Back Charlie, $14 

Review from Pasadena Weekly, TRAX by Bliss.

Throughout this nicely varied album, Oakland-based songwriter Espiritu’s dusky vocals are solidly supported by session aces like guitarist/producer Ed Tree, mandolinist Tom Corbett and percussionist Debra Dobkin, who shift comfortably from a slide-filled rewrite of the folk standard “Stagger Lee” to a grooving cover of Big Jay McNeely’s “There is Something on Your Mind” and the lively bluegrass closer “Wide Open.” Espiritu impresses most with observant originals like “Truth” (“Truth woke me early one morning/ And he asked me, How do you feel?/ Heart grabbed a chance to speak/ While mind was still half asleep”).

 

2012 Best of the Fest-San Francisco Free Folk Festival 

A compilation of various artists from the 2012 San Francisco Free Folk Festival which includes my version of the traditional "Oh Come, Angel Band."

2010 Hootenanny Saturday Night 

A collection of 18 of the best Bay Area folk & acoustic performers from the famed SF Hootenanny night, the monthly free acoustic music showcase at the Cafe International in SF. All proceeds benefit Hootenanny Night. A big thanks to Richard Rice, who's made it happen for many years.

2012 Ruby's Juke Joint Americana Cookbook 

Not only does Grammy nominee, Ruby Dee, from Ruby Dee & the Snakehandlers, put out great Americana music, she also cooks a mean meal. Her cookbook is accompanied by a compilation CD of Americana music, including "Down at Albert Brown's" by yours truly.

2010 Barkissimo 
A compilation of music from the Music on the Water Concert Series aboard the yacht, The Barkissimo in Emeryville, CA. Hosted by Scott Locker, all proceeds are going to go to a charity Scott's choosing.

 

Back Where I Belong, $14

2016 release under Little Village Foundation label also now available in iTunes, Amazon and most online retail stores. 

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