|Larry produced and arranged the songs on Kinky Freidman's album, Kinky Freidman.|
|Larry played pedal steel, fiddle and guitar on Kinky Freidman's album, Live From The Lone Star Cafe. He also contributed vocals. In addition, the songs were arranged and produced by Larry.|
|In 1993, Larry co-produced Songs In Bengali, an album by Gautam Dasgupta, along with Lincoln Schleifer and John Leventhal. He also performed on the album. In 1998, he again co-produced another album by Gautam Dasgupta called Friends, along with Lincoln Schleifer and John Leventhal.|
|Stephen Ackles' album, Let's Keep The Night, which Larry produced, was nominated for a Norwegian grammy when it came out.|
|Larry co-produced the song "Holy Man", a song by Charles Lyonhart, along with Lincoln Schleifer. He also co-wrote it with Charles Lyonhart and Lincoln Schleifer. He played mandolin, acoustic and electric guitars and contributed background vocals. The song has not been released.|
|Larry produced One For The Moon, a Stephen Ackles' album. Larry wrote a song called "Betina" for the album.|
|Larry produced 3 songs on Lucy Kaplansky's album, Flesh and Bone. The songs: "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding", "Don't Renege on Our Love", and "The Return of the Grievous Angel". He also performed on the album.|
|Richard Shindell's Reunion Hill which Larry produced and played on was awarded Contemporary Folk Album Of The Year from The Association For Independent Music in 1998.|
|Larry co-produced the song, "Shades of Black Shades of Blue", along with Lincoln Schleifer on Charles Lyonhart's album, Leap of Faith. He also performed on the song.|
|Larry played cittern, pedal steel guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, electric baritone guitar, lap dulcimer, fiddle, dobro and mandolin on Richard Shindell's album, Somewhere Near Patterson which Larry also produced. In addition, he wrote an instrumental Irish sounding tune called "Summer Reel" for the album. It's part of a song called "Spring".|
A single was released from
Somewhere Near Paterson, the album which Larry produced for
The "Spring" EP contained:
1) The radio edit of "Spring"
2) A special acoustic-band rendition of "Confession"
3) The previously-unavailable song "Shades of Black, Shades of Blue"
4) The album version of "Spring/Summer Reel"
|Larry co-produced two songs on Stefanie Fix's album, Survival. He also played fiddle, mandolin, guitar and bass on the album.|
|In August of 2000, Larry was in the studio with Charles Lyonhart, recording Down To The Hard Line. The album was dedicated to Bill Campbell, Larry's dad, who passed away in January of 2001. Larry wrote/co-wrote several songs on the album: "Sweet Release" was written by Larry, "Just Like You" was written by Larry & Charles Lyonhart and "The Sad Sad Romance of the Road" was written by Larry & Lincoln Schleifer. In addition Larry produced several songs on the album ("Just Like You", "Sweet Release" and "Days Gone By") and co-produced one tune ("The Sad Sad Romance of the Road") with Lincoln. Larry also played on the album. (electric guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar, baritone guitar, pedal steel guitar, lap steel guitar, resophonic guitar, cittern, violin (fiddle), and mandolin)|
Larry produced and played on
The Dixie Hummingbirds'
album, Diamond Jubilation,
which was released on July 15, 2003 through Treasure Records.
The album was also distributed through
Rounder Records and Valley Entertainment.
It was The Dixie Hummingbirds' 75th Anniversary album. Levon Helm,
Garth Hudson, George Recile and Dr. John were
brought in to work on the album.
"City Of Gold", a Bob Dylan song, was recorded by the Dixie Hummingbirds for this album and also released on the soundtrack for
Masked and Anonymous.
In addition a song from
Julie Miller called "Too Many Troubles" was on the album.
Larry also wrote two songs for this project. "Someday" was a
song he wrote in the 70's with The Hummingbirds in mind, and "When I Go Away"
was a song he wrote on the 2002 Australian leg of Bob Dylan's tour.
The February/March 2004 issue of Relix Magazine had a review, stating Diamond Jubilation was, simply put, one of the year's finest releases.
|Larry produced his first solo acoustic guitar album Rooftops in 2005. He also wrote two songs for the album, one being the title track. The other song he wrote was called "Henderson County".|
|Larry, Tony Garnier, George Recile and Mickey Rafael recorded "He Was A Friend Of Mine" for the movie Brokeback Mountain with Willie Nelson on December 6th, 2004. Larry produced the song (along with Gustavo Santaolalla) and played guitar, dobro and mandolin. The soundtrack was released in December, 2005. It was nominated but did not win a grammy (2007) for Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media.|
Larry produced Ollabelle's second album, Riverside Battle Songs, with
them and played
guitars, lap steel, pedal steel, banjo, cittern, and fiddle.
The album was mixed by GRAMMY® winners T-Bone Burnett and Mike Piersante and engineered by Tom Schick.
Ollabelle appeared on the September 2006 Paste Magazine sampler CD. "Fall Back" from the album appeared on the Issue 24 sampler.
|In 2007, Larry produced Marie Knight's album, Let Us Get Together, her first in over 25 years. The album was a tribute to the late Reverend Gary Davis. Larry played all the stringed instruments as well. The album was nominated by The Blues Foundation for Best Acoustic Album for 2008.|
|During 2007, Larry was in the studio with Levon Helm, along with Amy Helm, Levon's daughter, Teresa Williams, Brian Mitchell, Byron Isaacs, Glenn Patscha and George Receli recording Levon Helm's first album in over a decade. Dirt Farmer was released through Vanguard Records. The cd contained music reminiscent of Levon's past and songs handed down from Levon's parents. Larry and Amy co-produced the album. At the 2008 Grammy Awards, Dirt Farmer won a grammy for Best Traditional Folk Album. At the 2008 Americana Music Awards, Dirt Farmer was a nominee for Album of the Year and "Poor Old Dirt Farmer" from Dirt Farmer was a nominee for Song of the Year.|
|Larry worked with Catherine Russell in 2007 and produced her second album, Sentimental Streak , for her at Levon Helm's Woodstock Studio. The album was released on February 12, 2008. Larry played mandolin, guitar, resonator guitar,violin, and pedal steel guitar on the album. Also on the album were Matt Munisteri on guitar and banjo, Lee Hudson on acoustic bass, and Larry Ham or Mark Shane on piano. In addition, guest musicians included Byron Isaacs of Ollabelle on acoustic bass, Rachelle Garniez on accordion, James Wormworth on drums, Howard Johnson on tuba, Steven Bernstein on trumpet, cornet, and slide trumpet, Erik Lawrence on saxophones, and Brian Mitchell on piano.|
|Larry produced two songs for The Imus Ranch Record , a cd that raised money for Don Imus' Ranch for kids with cancer. The songs were covers by Levon Helm. Larry played guitar, fiddle and mandolin. They recorded the Arthur Alexander tune "You Better Move On" and "It Takes A Lot To Laugh" by Bob Dylan. "You Better Move On" appeared on the album. Also performing on the song were Mike Merritt, Jimmy Vivino, Brian Mitchell, Teresa Williams and Amy Helm. (The Bob Dylan song eventually appeared on The Imus Ranch Record II.)|
|Larry produced Jorma Kaukonen's album, River Of Time. Larry also played a variety of instruments on the album. It was recorded at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock and featured 5 original Jorma songs and covers by Reverend Gary Davis, Mississippi John Hurt, The Grateful Dead, The Delmore Brothers, Merle Haggard and Big Bill Broonzy. Levon Helm (drums), Teresa Williams (vocals), Barry Mitterhoff (mandolin), Lincoln Schleifer (bass) and Myron Hart (bass) also performed on the album.|
|Larry produced Levon Helm's album, Electric Dirt, which was awarded a Grammy for Best Americana Album for 2009. This project followed Levon's Grammy-winning album, Dirt Farmer, released in 2007 and also produced by Larry. Selections included covers of the Grateful Dead's "Tennessee Jed," Happy Traum's "Golden Bird" and Randy Newman's "Kingfish," as well as "Growing Trade," a new song written by Levon and Larry, about a farmer's struggle to preserve his livelihood. Joining Levon on the album, which was recorded at Levon's’s famed Barn in Woodstock, was his daughter, vocalist Amy Helm, singer Teresa Williams and horn arrangements by Allen Toussaint.|
|Levon Helm recorded Bob Dylan's "It Takes Alot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry" for The Imus Ranch Record II , and Larry produced the song. The album is a follow-up to the 2008 The Imus Ranch Record that raised money for Don Imus' Ranch for kids with cancer.|
|Recorded at Levon Helm Studios, Larry produced Hot Tuna's album, Steady As She Goes , their 1st studio album since 1990. Larry also played guitar and fiddle on the album, and Teresa Williams provided some backing vocals. Jorma Kaukonen and Larry wrote "Angel Of Darkness", a new song for the album. Larry wrote the music and they both wrote the lyrics.|
|Larry produced Tara Nevins's, Wood and Stone at Levon Helm's Woodstock studio, her first solo album since 1999. Tara Nevins is a member of the band, Donna The Buffalo. Ten of the thirteen tracks were originals. Larry played acoustic guitar, electric guitar, pedal steel guitar,cittern, harmonium, mandolin and provided harmony vocals on "Down South Blues". Larry also played fiddle on "All I Ever Needed" and "Beauty of Days Gone By", and banjo on "Wood And Stone". Levon Helm played drums on a couple of the songs, and Teresa Williams provided harmony vocals on several of the songs. Other guests on the album included Jim Lauderdale and Allison Moorer.|
|Larry recorded for and co-produced Garland Jeffreys' album, The King Of In Between. Larry arranged and played the strings on "Streetwise". He also played guitar on "The Contortionist", "'Til John Lee Hooker Calls Me", "Rock and Roll Music", "The Beautiful Truth" and "In God's Waiting Room". Some of the other artists contributing to the album included Steve Jordan, Mike Merritt, Duke Levine, Duncan Sheik, and Lou Reed.|
|Larry produced and played on "Bring It with You When You Come" and "Tongue", two songs for David Bromberg's album Use Me . Larry played mandolin on "Bring It With You When You Come", and he played electric guitar and did the horn arrangement on "Tongue". Levon Helm also performed on the songs.|
|Larry produced The Gourds' album, Old Mad Joy . The Gourds are an American alternative country band that formed in Austin, Texas during the summer of 1994. They recorded the album at Levon Helm Studios, and Larry played pedal steel or electric guitar on 8 of the 12 tracks. Old Mad Joy is a celebratory and heartfelt mix of country twang, rambling blues, and Southern gospel.|
|Larry produced "What Good Can Drinkin' Do", "St. Marks", " Golden Stairs", and "Shine On" on Carolyn Wonderland's album, Peace Meal.|
|The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams, a collection of previously unheard songs by the country great was released in 2011. Larry and Levon Helm completed the lyrics and wrote the music for "You'll Never Again Be Mine", a song half finished by Hank Williams. Larry also produced the song. Other artists on the album included Jack White, Bob Dylan, Alan Jackson, Norah Jones, Lucinda Williams, Vince Gill with Rodney Crowell, Patty Loveless, Holly Williams, Jakob Dylan, Sheryl Crow and Merle Haggard.|
|Larry was in Levon Helm Studios with Corky Laing and The Memory Thieves in August of 2011, producing House of Thieves, their debut EP. The EP was released in March of 2012.|
|Larry produced Steep Canyon Rangers' album, Tell The Ones I Love. The Steep Canyon Rangers are an American bluegrass band from Brevard, North Carolina. In addition to producing the album, Larry played acoustic guitar on "Hunger"and "Mendocino County Blue", and he played pedal steel on "Bluer Words Were Never Spoken".|
|Larry produced David Bromberg's album, Only Slightly Mad. In addition to producing the album, Larry played electric guitar on "Nobody's Fault But Mine" and "Keep On Drinkin'", acoustic guitar on "Jenny's Chickens", "Cattle In The Cane", "Forked Deer", "World Of Fools", and "You've Got To Mean It Too", pedal steel guitar on "Last Date" and "You've Got To Mean It Too", and National guitar on "Nobody Knows The Way I Feel This Mornin'".|
Along with Brendan McDonough, Larry produced The Midnight Ramble Sessions Volume 3 .
This collection of songs features select Ramble performances circa 2005 to 2010 with such guest artists as Chris Robinson,
Elvis Costello and Allen Toussaint with The Levon Helm Band: Levon Helm, Larry Campbell, Jimmy Vivino,
Mike Merritt, Jimmy Weider, Amy Helm, Teresa Williams, Jay Collins, Eric Lawrence, Clark Gayton, Brian Mitchell,
Steven Bernstein, Howard Johnson and Byron Isaacs.
The Midnight Ramble Sessions Volume 3 represents the last musical project with which Levon Helm was involved. Along with Larry, Levon Helm hand-picked the album's 13 songs.
The album includes some of Helm's favorites, from Muddy Waters' "The Same Thing", Sam Cooke's "Ain't That Good News", Blind Willie Johnson's "God Don't Never Change", Junior Parker's "Drivin' Wheel", Bob Dylan's "Simple Twist of Fate", Carl Perkins' "Turn Around" to Dolly Parton's "The Beautiful Lie", Elmore James' "Shake Your Money Maker" and Al Green's "Take Me to the River".
|Larry produced and played on Jorma Kaukonen's album, Ain't In No Hurry. This album is a collection of songs that is a blend of American roots, blues, rockers and Jorma originals. Other musicians on the album include Jack Casady, Barry Mitterhoff, Teresa Williams, Myron Hart and Justin Guip. Ain't in No Hurry presents a mix of covers (the Depression Era standards "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out" and "Brother Can You Spare a Dime," a musical reimagining of Woody Guthrie's "Suffer the Little Children to Come Unto Me," the Carter Family's "Sweet Fern") and Jorma Kaukonen's originals, including "In My Dreams," "The Other Side of the Mountain" and "Ain't In No Hurry".|
|Larry produced Tomorrow You're Going, a duet album by Richard Shindell and Lucy Kaplansky calling themselves The Pine Hill Project. Larry also performed on the album. (electric and acoustic guitar, cittern, mandolin, pedal steel, fiddle) The album also features bassist Byron Isaacs, pianist Bill Payne, and drummer Dennis McDermott. Tomorrow You're Going is an evocative, sometimes rollicking, deeply moving collection of 11 songs from writers as diverse as Greg Brown ("Lately"), Nick Lowe ("I Live on a Battlefield") , U2 ("Sweetest Thing"), and Elizabeth Ziman ("Open Book"). There's also the lovely, wistful country twang they bring to Little Feat's "Missing You", and Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton's "Making Plans" from which the album's title is culled.|
|Larry produced his self-titled debut album with Teresa Williams. Larry also performed on the album. (electric and acoustic guitar, mandolin, and fiddle) The album is a mix of country, blues, gospel, and rock and roll. Guests on the album include drummer Justin Guip, bassist Byron Isaacs, keyboardist Bill Payne, vocalist Amy Helm and Levon Helm (Levon's sessions were previously recorded during sessions for Levon's Dirt Farmer.) Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams features eight original songs and three cover songs. Larry wrote six of the original songs on the album: "Surrender To Love", "Bad Luck Charm", "Another One More Time", "Everybody Loves You", "Did You Love Me At All", and "Ain't Nobody For Me". He co-wrote two other original songs on the album: "Down On My Knees" with Louie Ortega and "Midnight Highway" with Julie Miller. The three remaining songs include "You're Running Wild", "Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning" and "Attics Of My Life".|
|Larry co-produced and played on Happy Traum's album, Just For The Love Of It . Other musicians on the album include David Amram, Marco Benevento, Justin Guip, Byron Isaacs, Jerry Marotta, Abby Newton, John Sebastian, Martin Simpson, Adam Traum, and Teresa Williams. Larry performed on "Deep Blue Sea", "Church Street Blues", "High Muddy Water", "Things Are Coming My Way", "The Water Is Wide", and "In The Pines".|
|Larry produced The Hackensaw Boys' album, Charismo , their first studio album in almost 10 years. The album is all original songs, six written by guitarist David Sickman (Larry co-wrote one of these songs) and the other five products of fiddler Fred Moyse. Larry pitches in on two songs adding fiddle to "The Sweet", the one he co-wrote, and guitar to "Wolves Howling." Justin Guip engineered and mixed the album.|
|Larry produced The Woodstock Sessions as Marley's Ghost celebrated its 30th anniversary. He was also credited with playing acoustic guitar, fiddle, mandolin, electric guitar, 12-string guitar, and resonator guitar on the album. Recorded at the Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, New York, the album embraces varied musical styles from country, folk, gospel, blues and bluegrass. Marley's Ghost is a sextet is comprised of singer/multi-instrumentalists Dan Wheetman, Jon Wilcox, Mike Phelan, Ed Littlefield Jr., Jerry Fletcher, and Bob Nichols.|
|Larry produced The Stray Birds' album, Magic Fire. This album marked the first time that The Stray Birds worked with an outside producer. In addition, Larry played pedal steel, fiddle, mandolin, acoustic and electric guitar on the album. Larry also enlisted engineer Justin Guip for the album. The Stray Birds is an accomplished country, folk and Americana trio out of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Original members include Maya de Vitry (vocals guitar, banjo, fiddle), Oliver Craven (vocals, guitar, fiddle), and Charles Muench (vocals, double bass, banjo). The band was also joined in the studio by Shane Leonard (drums/percussion/vocals) and Jake Sherman (organist).|
|Larry produced an album for David Bromberg called The Blues, The Whole Blues and Nothing But the Blues . In addition to producing the album, Larry also played acoustic slide guitar on a duet rendition of "Delia". David Bromberg's band includes Butch Amiot (bass), Josh Kanusky (drums), Mark Cosgrove (guitar), Nate Grower (fiddle), and Peter Ecklund (cornet). The group covers material by Robert Johnson, Bessie Smith and Sonny Boy Williamson, among others.|