New Album from PRoJECT PERCoLAToR - Pulse.
Percolator PERCoLAToR, Jim Weider 2005
Groove, Guitar Instrumental Record.
Mavis Staples Have a Little Faith , Mavis Staples 2004
Co-wrote the Title song and played guitar on five tracks.
Roger Morris Beholder,Roger Morris,2004
Year of the Big Wind ,Tom Pachecho Produced and recorded and all guitars by Jim Weider 2003
High On The Hog Remedy, Jim Weider Band ,2002 Moonhaw Records, Produced and Performed
Love Doesn't Ask, John Hall (Siren Songs), 2000
High On The Hog Big Foot, Jim Weider and The Honky Tonk Gurus,2000
Produced and performed (Dreamsville Records, Japan; Ulftone Music, Germany; EKG Recordings, USA), 2000 Nobodies, Steinar Albrigtsen & Tom Pacheco (Norske Gram), 2000
Times Like These, Rick Danko (Breeze Hill), 2000
Live On Breeze Hill, Rick Danko (Breeze Hill), 1999
Young Guns, produced by Jerry Marrotta, 1999
The Best of The Band, Vol. II The Best of The Band, Vol. II (the '90s), The Band; co-wrote three songs (Pyramid Records), 1999
The Lost American Song Writer, Tom Pacheco, produced and performed (The Road Goes On Forever), 1998
Meetings With Remarkable Friends, Artie Traum (Narada), 1998
One Too Many Mornings, with The Band and Derek Trucks, single recorded for House Of Blues, 1998
Jubilation, The Band, co-writer (River North Records), 1998
Lilith Lilith, Boris Grebenshikov with members of The Band (Pro Forma), 1997
Train Kept A Rollin' Train Kept A Rollin', Paul Burlison with The Band, Kim Wilson, Los Lobos, Mavis Staples, Rocky & Billy Burnette and Jim Weider as producer/performer (Sweetfish Records), 1997
High On The Hog High On The Hog, with The Band, co-writer (Pyramid Records) 1996
Woodstock Winter Woodstock Winter, Tom Pacheco, produced and performed, (Polygram/Mercury), 1996
Doc Pomus Tribute Album Doc Pomus Tribute Album, with The Band (Rhino Records), 1995
Through The Storm, Through The Night, Colin Linden (Columbia Records), 1995
Untitled, with Champion Jack Dupree, produced by Garth Hudson, 1995
Heart of Woodstock Let It Rock, The Band with Ronnie Hawkins (Quality), 1995
Breaking Point, Laurie Yates (EMI/Virgin), 1994
Heart of Woodstock Heart of Woodstock (Pioneer Records, Japan), 1994
Happy Traum Test Of Time, Happy Traum (Roaring Stream), 1993
Jericho Jericho, The Band, co-writer (Pyramid Records), 1993
Jim co-wrote songs and recorded lead guitar for The Band's album "Jericho" released on Pyramid Records. Recorded for Robbie Dupree, Happy and Artie Traum's newest releases.
Walking On Water Walking On Water, Robbie Dupree, 1993
Woodstock Holidays Woodstock Holiday, "Many Rivers To Cross" Jim Weider's first solo recording (Pioneer Records, Japan), 1993
Bob Dylan 30th Bob Dylan's 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration (Columbia), 1993
The "Bob Dylan Tribute" at Madison Square Garden, which was aired world wide and available on video and CD.
Staying Together Staying Together, Levon Helm and the All-Stars (Rhino Records), 1989
He is multi-talented and has worked on and appeared in commercials, e.g.; Pacific Bell Television commercial with Levon Helm and The All-Stars and played on the musical soundtrack, and appeared in the motion picture "Staying Together".

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With Rockabilly Guitar, Lesson One and Lesson Two, the folks at Homespun have put together one of the best video guitar lessons available. Taught by the great Jim Weider, guitarist for the Band, the two-DVD set offers a king’s ransom of classic rock ’n’ roll. This is must-know material for anybody who really wants to play the music of the pioneers, and Weider is a genius at tracing the music up from its roots. With in-depth lessons on the styles of the great Scotty Moore, Paul Burlison, Duane Eddy, and Eddie Cochran, Weider points out where icons like Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck copped their first licks. Throughout, he is backed by one of the most incredible rhythm sections of all time: the Band’s Levon Helm on drums and the sorely missed Rick Danko playing doghouse bass.

Here is just a glimmer of what the lessons offer as Weider breaks down one of the most famous sounds in all music—Chuck Berry’s incredible intros. Master these while you’re waiting for the mailman to deliver your discs!

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