On August 29, 2006.


On August 29, 2006, “Columbia” label released “Modern Times”, the thirty-second Bob Dylan studio album. It was recorded in February 2006, and was produced by Jack Frost (Bob Dylan pseudonym).  The album’s cover photo is Ted Croner’s 1947 photograph Taxi, New York at Night. In the 2012, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 204 on its list of “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time”. In 2007, Dylan won “Grammy Award” for “Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album” for “Modern Times” and the “Grammy Award” for “Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance” for the song “Someday Baby”.


  • Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano
  • Denny Freeman– guitar
  • Tony Garnier– bass guitar, cello
  • Donnie Herron – steel guitar, violin, viola, mandolin
  • Stu Kimball – guitar
  • George G. Receli – drums, percussion
  • Greg Calbi– mastering engineering
  • Chris Shaw – engineering
  • Tom Aiezza – assistant engineer
  • Sheldon Yellowhair – assistant engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Bob Dylan.

  1. Thunder on the Mountain
  2. Spirit on the Water
  3. Rollin’ and Tumblin
  4. When the Deal Goes Down
  5. Someday Baby
  6. Workingman’s Blues #2
  7. Beyond the Horizon
  8. Nettie Moore
  9. The Levee’s Gonna Break
  10. Ain’t Talkin

On August 29, 1994.

Oasis - Definitely Maybe

On August 29, 1994, “Creation Records” released “Definitely Maybe”, the debut Oasis studio album.It was recorded December 1993– April 1994, at “Clear Studios” in Manchester and “The Pink Museum” in Liverpool, and was produced by Oasis, Mark Coyle, Owen Morris and David Batchelor. The album front cover photography was taken, by photographer Michael Spencer Jones, in guitarist Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs’ house. In June 2006, “NME” magazine conducted a readers’ poll in which “Definitely Maybe” was voted the greatest album of all time. The album was certified Platinum in Australia by “ARIA”; Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada”; Platinum in France by “SNEP”; Platinum in Sweden by “GLF”; 7 x Platinum in the UK by the “BPI, and Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”


  • Liam Gallagher– vocals, tambourine, production
  • Noel Gallagher– lead guitar, backing vocals, production, bass, piano
  • Paul “Bonehead” Arthurs– rhythm guitar, piano
  • Paul “Guigsy” McGuigan– production
  • Tony McCarroll– drums, production
  • Anthony Griffiths– backing vocals
  • Mark Coyle – production, mixing
  • Owen Morris– additional mixing
  • Barry Grint– mastering
  • Anjali Dutt – engineering
  • Dave Scott – engineering, mixing
  • Roy Spong – engineering
  • Brian Cannonfor Microdot – sleeve concept, design, art direction
  • Michael Spencer Jones – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Noel Gallagher.

  1. Rock ‘n’ Roll Star
  2. Shakermaker
  3. Live Forever
  4. Up in the Sky
  5. Columbia
  6. Supersonic
  7. Bring It On Down
  8. Cigarettes & Alcohol
  9. Digsy’s Dinner
  10. Slide Away
  11. Married with Children

On August 29, 1989.

Steel Wheels

On August 29, 1989, “Rolling Stones” label released “Steel Wheels”, the 19th Rolling Stones studio album. It was recorded March – June 1989, at “Air Studios” in Montserrat, and was produced by Chris Kimsey and The Glimmer Twins. The album was certified 3 x Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada”, and 2 x Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”. “Steel Wheels” was the last Bill Wyman’s full-length studio album with The Rolling Stones.


  • Mick Jagger– lead and backing vocals, electric and acoustic guitars; harmonica, percussion, keyboards
  • Keith Richards– electric, acoustic and classical guitar, backing vocals; lead vocals, bicycle spokes
  • Ronnie Wood– electric and acoustic guitar, bass guitar and acoustic bass, backing vocals, dobro
  • Bill Wyman– bass guitar
  • Charlie Watts– drums
  • Chuck Leavell– organ, piano, keyboards
  • Matt Clifford – electricand acoustic piano, clavinet, harmonium, percussion programming, strings
  • Sarah Dash– backing vocals
  • Lisa Fischer– backing vocals
  • Bernard Fowler– backing vocals
  • Luis Jardim– percussion
  • Phil Beer– mandolin, fiddle
  • The Kick Horns– brass
  • Roddy Lorimer– trumpet
  • The Master Musicians of Jajouka led by Bachir AttarFarafina – African-Moroccan instruments
  • Sonia Morgan – backing vocals
  • Tessa Niles– backing vocals
  • Recording engineer – Christopher Marc Potter
  • Assistant engineer – Rupert Coulson
  • Recorded at Air Studios, Montserrat
  • Mixed by Michael Brauer, Christopher Marc Potter, Chris Kimsey
  • Art direction and design – John Warwicker
  • Logo design – Mark Morton
  • Mastering – Ted Jensen

Track listing:

All tracks by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except “Almost Hear You Sigh” co-written by Steve Jordan.

  1. Sad Sad sad
  2. Mixed Emotions
  3. Terrifying
  4. Hold On to Your Heart
  5. Hearts for Sale
  6. Blinded by Love
  7. Rock and a Hard Place
  8. Can’t Be Seen
  9. Almost Hear Your Sign
  10. Continental Drift
  11. Break the Spell
  12. Slipping Away


On August 28, 2015.


On August 28, 2015, “Merge” label released “Poison Season”, the tenth Destroyer studio album. It was recorded in 2015, and was produced by Dan Bejar and David Carswell.


  • Daniel Bejar– MIDI, mixing, vocals
  • John Collins– bass
  • Ted Bois – piano, Roland D50
  • Nicolas Bragg – electric guitar
  • Fabiola Carranza – cover photo
  • David Carswell– acoustic and electric guitars, MIDI, mixing,
  • JP Carter – effects, trumpet
  • Maggie Fost – design
  • Dave Graham – engineer
  • Henry Lee – viola
  • Peggy Leo – cello
  • Jeff Lipton – mastering
  • Tyson Naylor – DX-7, piano
  • Erik Nielsen – assistant engineer
  • Dylan Palmer – contrabass
  • John Raham – editing, engineer, string mixing
  • Maria Rice – mastering engineer
  • Joseph Shabason – flute, saxophone
  • Stefan Udell – string arrangements
  • Josh Wells – bongos, congas, drums, percussion
  • Rebecca Whitling – violin
  • Jesse Zubot – arranger, editing, string mixing, viola, violin

Track listing:

All tracks by Daniel Bejar.

  1. Times Square, Poison Season I
  2. Dream Lover
  3. Forces From Above
  4. Hell
  5. The River
  6. Times Square
  7. Archer on the Beach
  8. Midnight Meet the Rain
  9. Solace’s Bride
  10. Bangkok
  11. Sun in the Sky
  12. Times Square, Poison Season II

On August 28, 1983.


On August 28, 1983, “Threshold” label released “The Present”, the eleventh Moody Blues album. It was recorded March – December 1982, at “Strawberry Studios” in London, and was produced by Pip Williams. The Present” was band’s album with the keyboards player Patrick Moraz.


  • Justin Hayward –vocals, guitar
  • John Lodge – vocals,bass guitar
  • Ray Thomas – vocals,harmonica, flute
  • Graeme Edge –drums
  • Patrick Moraz –keyboards
  • Pip Williams – sequencing

Track listing:

  1. Blue World – Justin Hayward
  2. Meet Me Halfway – Justin Hayward,John Lodge
  3. Sitting at the Wheel – John Lodge
  4. Going Nowhere – Graeme Edge
  5. Hole in the World – John Lodge
  6. Under My Feet – John Lodge
  7. It’s Cold Outside of Your Heart – Justin Hayward
  8. Running Water – Justin Hayward
  9. I Am – Ray Thomas
  10. Sorry – Ray Thomas


On August 28, 1972.


On August 28, 1972, “Atco” label released “’Ot ‘n’ Sweaty”, the fourth Cactus album. It was recorded in 1972, and was produced by Geoffrey Haslam. “’Ot ‘n’ Sweaty” was the band’s final album before their long hiatus until 2006.


  • Carmine Appice– drums, backing vocals, percussion
  • Tim Bogert– bass, backing Vocals
  • Werner Fritzschings– guitar
  • Peter French– lead and backing vocals
  • Duane Hitchings– keyboards, organ, electric and acoustic pianos
  • Yves Bigot– liner notes
  • Michael Delugg – engineer
  • Jimmy Douglass– engineer
  • David Gahr – photography
  • Geoffrey Haslam – remixing, mixing
  • Joel Kerr – engineer
  • Bernie Kirsh – assistant engineer
  • Richard Mantel – art direction, design
  • David Palmer – engineer
  • Buzz Richmond – assistant engineer
  • Jean Ristori – mastering
  • Tom Scott – engineer
  • Ray Thompson – engineer
  • Urs Tschuppert – design
  • James E. Vickers – engineer
  • David Willardson – cover art

Track listing:

  1. Swim (Let Me Swim) – Carmine Appice, Tim Bogert, Day, McCarty
  2. Bad Mother Boogie (Big Mama Boogie – Part II) – Carmine Appice,Tim Bogert, Peter French, Werner Fritzschings, Duane Hitchings
  3. Our Lil Rock ‘n’ Roll Thing – Carmine Appice,Tim  Bogert, Peter French, Werner Fritzschings, Duane Hitchings
  4. Bad Stuff – Peter French, Johnson
  5. Bringing Me Down – Carmine Appice,Tim Bogert, Peter French, Werner Fritzschings, Duane Hitchings
  6. Bedroom Mazurka – Peter French, Duane Hitchings
  7. Telling You – Peter French, Duane Hitchings
  8. Underneath the Arches – Connely, Flanagan, Jim McCarty

On August 27, 2002.


On August 27, 2002, “Interscope” label released “Songs for the Deaf”, the third Queens of the Stone Age studio album. It was recorded October–November 2001, March–June 2002, at “The Site” in San Rafael, California, “Conway Recording Studios”;“Barefoot” in Hollywood, and was produced by  Josh Homme, Adam Kasper and  Eric Valentine.The album features Foo Fighters and former Nirvana member Dave Grohl as a guest drummer. In 2008, “Songs for the Deaf” was certified Platinum in Europe by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry” (IFPI).


  • Josh Homme– vocals, guitar
  • Nick Oliveri– bass, vocals
  • Mark Lanegan– vocals
  • Dave Grohl– drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Alain Johannes– e-bow, organ, piano, flamenco guitar, theremin, lap steel guitar
  • Natasha Shneider– e-bow, organ, piano, theremin
  • Gene Trautmann– drums
  • Dean Ween– guitar
  • Brendon McNichol– lead guitar
  • Chris Goss– guitar, keyboard, backing vocals
  • Paz Lenchantin– strings
  • Ana Lenchantin– strings
  • Molly McGuire– accordion
  • John Gove –horns
  • Kevin Porter – horns
  • Brad Kintscher – horns
  • Chris Goss- recording, assisting production
  • Alain Johannes– recording
  • Brian Gardner – mastering
  • Dan Druff– guitar technician
  • Hutch– sound technician
  • Bob Brunner “Mates” – pre-production

The album songsare interluded by staged bits of radio chatter with guest DJs. In order of appearance:

  • Blag Dahliaas DJ “Kip Kasper” of KLON – KLONE Radio of Los Angeles
  • Alain Johannesas DJ “Héctor Bonifacio Echeberria Cervantes de la Cruz Arroyo Rojas”
  • Chris Gossas DJ “Elastic Ass” of KRDL – Kurdle 109 of Chino Hills
  • C-Minus as DJ for KOOL
  • Casey Chaosas station ad promoting “All Death Metal, all the time.”
  • Jeordie Whiteas DJ Tom Sherman of Banning College Radio
  • Lux Interioras DJ for AM580
  • Jesse Hughesas Preacher
  • Natasha Shneideras DJ for WOMB – The Womb
  • Dave Catchingas DJ for WANT of Wonder Valley

Track listing:

All tracks by Joshua Homme and Nick Oliveri, except where noted.

  1. The Real Song for the Deaf
  2. You Think I Ain’t Worth a Dollar, But I Feel Like a Millionaire – Josh Homme, Mario Lalli
  3. No One Knows – Josh Homme, Mark Lanegan
  4. First It Giveth
  5. A Song for the Dead – Josh Homme, Mark Lanegan
  6. The Sky Is Fallin’
  7. Six Shooter
  8. Hangin’ Tree – Josh Homme, Alan Johannes
  9. Go With the Flow
  10. Gonna Leave You
  11. Do It Again
  12. God is in the Radio
  13. Another Love Song
  14. A Song for the Deaf” (Contains a hidden outtake version of “Feel Good Hit of the Summer” with all lyrics replaced with manic laughter.) – Josh Homme, Nick Oliveri, Mark Lanegan
  15. Mosquito Song

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