1977 Rusty Wier – Stacked Deck

Stacked Deck is an album by Rusty Wier, released in 1977.

Russell Allen “Rusty” Wier (May 3, 1944 – October 9, 2009) was an American singer-songwriter from Austin, Texas.[1] Wier’s career dates back to the 1960s and covers multiple music genres. Wier was the drummer in the Austin garage rock band The Wig, whose 1967 single “Crackin’ Up” (a Wier composition) was included on volume 1 of the Pebbles series of compilation albums.


1  Walkin\’ Thru New Orleans (Glen Spreen; Rusty Wier) 03:38
2  Sundown Sally (M James; J Christopher) 02:48
3  Good, Good Lovin\’ (Rusty Wier) 04:14
4  Black Queen (Stephen Stills) 03:18
5  Midnight Angel (Glen Spreen; Rusty Wier) 03:20
6  Black Molly Blues (Leonard Arnold) 04:53
7  Think About It (Stevie Nicks) 03:48
8  Burned (Richard Supa) 03:08
9  Lola (Lindsey Buckingham) 03:57
10  Don\’t Let Me Down Again (Lindsey Buckingham) 03:21
11  Let The Good Times Roll 00:42



BassBob Glaub
BassGeorge Rary
DrumsMike Baird
DrumsJimmy Marriot
GuitarWaddy Wachtel
GuitarLeonard Arnold
GuitarTodd Potter
GuitarRusty Wier
KeyboardsShane Keister
KeyboardsGlen Spreen
PianoKim Snider
PercussionSteve Forman
Background VocalsAddie Clement
Background VocalsBrenda Briant
Background VocalsPatrisha Smith
Background VocalsVenetta Fields
Background VocalsTodd Potter
VocalsRusty Wier

Liner Notes

Producer – Glen Spreen
Mastered By – Kirby Veach
Recorded By – Alex Kazanegras
Recorded By (Assistant) – John Fiore, Larry Robhun
Remix – Alex Kazanegras

Design – Nancy Donald
Illustration – Lou Beach
Photgraphy – David Williams

Manufactured By – Columbia Records
Mastered At – Allen Zentz Mastering
Recorded At – Big Bear Lake
Recorded At – Robin Hood Studios
Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.