On July 1, 1970.

Cactus - Cactus

On July 1, 1970, “Atco” label released the self-titled, debut Cactus album. It was recorded October–December 1969, at “Ultra-Sonic Recording Studios” in Hempstead, New York, and was produced by Carmine Appice, Tim Bohert, Rusty Day and Jim McCarty.


  • Carmine Appice– drums, backing vocals
  • Tim Bogert– bass, backing vocals
  • Rusty Day– lead and backing vocals, harmonica
  • Jim McCarty– guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by Carmine Appice, Tim Bogert, Rusty Day and Jim McCarty, except where noted.

  1. Parchman Farm – Mose Allison
  2. My Lady from South of Detroit
  3. Bill
  4. You Can’t Judge a Book by the Cover – Willie Dixon
  5. Let Me Swim
  6. No Need to Worry
  7. Oleo
  8. Feel So Good


On July 1, 1968.

Music from Big Pink

On July 1, 1968, “Capitol” label released “Music from Big Pink”, the debut Band studio album. It was recorded in 1968, in Los Angeles and New York, and was produced by John Simon. The album cover illustration was by Bob Dylan.


  • Rick Danko— vocals, bass guitar, fiddle
  • Levon Helm— vocals, drums, tambourine
  • Garth Hudson— electronic organ, piano, clavinet, soprano and tenor saxophone
  • Richard Manuel— vocals, piano, organ, drums
  • Jaime Robbie Robertson— vocals, electric and acoustic guitars
  • John Simon— baritone horn, tenor saxophone, piano

Track listing

  1. Tears of Rage – Bob Dylan, Richard Manuel
  2. To Kingdom Come – Robbie Robertson
  3. In a Station – Richard Manuel
  4. Caledonia Mission – Robbie Robertson
  5. The Weight – Robbie Robertson
  6. We Can Talk – Richard Manuel
  7. Long Black Veil – Marijohn Wilki, Danny Dill
  8. Chest Fever – Robbie Robertson
  9. Lonesome Suzie – Richard Manuel
  10. This Wheels of Fire – Bob Dylan, Rick Danko
  11. I Shall be Released – Bob Dylan


On June 30, 1993.


On June 30, 1993, “Dischord ” label released “In on the Kill Taker”, the third Fugazi studio album. It was recorded November–December 1992, at “Inner Ear Studios” in Arlington, Virginia, and was produced by Ted Niceley, Don Zientara and Fugazi. The album design was by Jem Cohen.


  • Ian Mackaye- vocals, guitar
  • Guy Picciotto- vocals, guitar
  • Joe Lally- bass
  • Brendan Canty– drums
  • Don Zientara– engineering
  • Jason Farrell– cover mechanic
  • Cynthia Connolly– carry out photo
  • The Spectra System – band photo
  • Jem Cohen, Jeremy Blake – texts

Track listing:

All tracks Guy Picciotto, Ian MacKaye, Joe Lally, and Brendan Canty.

  1. Facet Squared
  2. Public Witness Program
  3. Returning the Screw
  4. Smallpox Champion
  5. Rend It
  6. 23 Beats Off
  7. Sweet and Low
  8. Cassavetes
  9. Great Cop
  10. Walken’s Syndrome
  11. Instrument
  12. Last Chance for a Slow Dance

On June 30, 1986.


On June 30, 1986, “Sire” label released “True Blue”, the third Madonna studio album. It was recorded December 1985–April 1986, at “Channel Recording Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Madonna, Stephen Bray and Patrick Leonard. “True Blue” was global commercial success, reaching number one in record-breaking 28 countries worldwide, spending 34 consecutive weeks at the top of the “European Top 100 Albums” chart, longer than any other album in history. It became the world’s top-selling album of 1986,and the best-selling album of the 1980s by a female artist. In 1986, as recognition of her impact on the popular culture, Madonna became the first female artist to receive the “Video Vanguard Award” at the 1986 “MTV Video Music Awards”.


  • Madonna – lead and background vocals
  • Paulinho da Costa– percussion
  • Bruce Gaitsch – guitars
  • Siedah Garrett– background vocals
  • Dann Huff– guitar
  • Jackie Jackson– background vocals
  • Paul Jackson, Jr.– guitar
  • Dave Boroff – saxophone
  • Stephen Bray– music programming, drums, keyboards, drum programming
  • Keithen Carter – background vocals
  • Edie Lehmann – background vocals
  • John Putnam – guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar
  • David Williams – background vocals, guitar, rhythm guitar
  • Fred Zarr – keyboards
  • Patrick Leonard– drum programming, drums, keyboards, programming
  • Richard Marx– background vocals
  • Billy Meyers – string arrangements
  • Jonathan Moffett – background vocals, drums, percussion
  • Dan Nebenzal – mixing, mixing assistant
  • Michael Hutchinson – engineer
  • Michael Verdick – engineer, mixing
  • Ted Jensenat Sterling Sound, NYC – mastering
  • Jeffrey Kent Ayeroff – art direction
  • Jeri McManus – art direction, design
  • Herb Ritts– photography

Track listing:

  1. Papa Don’t Preach – Brain Elliot, Madonna
  2. Open Your Heart – Madonna, Gardner Cole, Peter Rafelson
  3. White Heat – Patrick Leonard, Madonna
  4. Live to Tell – Patrick Leonard, Madonna
  5. Where’s the Party – Madonna, Stephen Bray, Patrick Leonard
  6. True Blue – Madonna, Stephen Bray
  7. La Isla Bonita – Madonna, Patrick Leonard, Bruce Gaitsch
  8. Jimmy Jimmy – Madonna, Stephen Bray
  9. Love Makes the World Go Round – Madonna, Patrick Leonard



On June 30, 1986.


On June 30, 1986, “RCA” label released “Revenge”, the sixth Eurythmics album. It was recorded July 1985 – May 1986, and was produced by David A. Stewart. The album was certified 2 x Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada” and 2 x Platinum in UK by the “BPI”.


  • Annie Lennox- vocals, percussion, keyboard
  • Dave Stewart- guitar, keyboard, programming, vocals
  • Jon Bavin – keyboards, engineer, mixing
  • Clem Burke– drums
  • Phil Chen- bass guitar
  • Gully – synthesizer, noise
  • Joniece Jamison- vocals, background vocals
  • Michael Kamen- strings, conductor, orchestration
  • John McKenzie- bass guitar
  • Patrick Seymour– keyboard
  • Jannick Top- bass guitar
  • Bernita Turner – vocals, background vocals
  • Jimmy “Z” Zavala- harmonica, saxophone
  • Serge Pauchard – engineer assistant
  • Manu Guiot – mixing

Track Listing:

All tracks by Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart, except where noted.

  1. Missionary Man
  2. Thorn in My Side
  3. When Tomorrow Comes – Annie Lennox, David A. Stewart, Patrick Seymor
  4. The Last Time
  5. The Miracle of Love
  6. Let’s Go
  7. Take Your Pain Away
  8. A Little of You
  9. In This Town
  10. I Remember You


On June 30, 1980.


On June 30, 1980, “EMI” label released “The Game”, the eighth Queen studio album. It was recorded June – July 1979, February – May 1980, at “Musicland Studios” in Munich, and was produced by Mack, Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon and Roger Taylor. The album was certified 4 x Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”, and became the best sold Queen album in the US.


  • Freddie Mercury– lead and backing vocals, piano, rhythm guitar, keyboards
  • Brian May– lead and backing vocals, electric, acoustic and twelve-string guitars, piano, keyboards
  • Roger Taylor– lead and backing vocals, drums, electronic drums, electric guitar, keyboards
  • John Deacon– bass guitar, acoustic and electric guitar, piano
  • Reinhold Mack– keyboards

Track listing:

  1. Play the Game – Freddie Mercury
  2. Dragon Attack – Brian May
  3. Another One Bites the Dust – John Deacon
  4. Need Your Love Tonight – John Deacon
  5. Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Freddie Mercury
  6. Rock It (Prime Jive) – Roger Taylor
  7. Don’t Try Suicide – Freddie Mercury
  8. Sail Away Sweet Sister – Brian May
  9. Coming Soon – Roger Taylor
  10. Save Me – Brian May

On June 30, 1973.

Sly & the Family Stone-Fresh

On June 30, 1973, “Epic” label released “Fresh”, the sixth Sly and the Family Stone album. It was recorded 1972 –1973, at “Record Plant” in Sausalito, California, and was produced by Sly Stone. The album cover photo was by Richard Avedon. In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked “Fresh” at number 186 on its list of the “500 greatest albums of all time”


  • Sly Stone: vocals, organ, guitar, bass guitar, piano, harmonica, and more
  • Freddie Stone: vocals, guitar
  • Rose Stone: vocals, piano, keyboard
  • Cynthia Robinson: trumpet
  • Jerry Martini: saxophone
  • Pat Rizzo: saxophone
  • Rusty Allen: bass guitar
  • Larry Graham: bass guitar
  • Andy Newmark: drums
  • Little Sister(Vet Stone, Mary McCreary, Elva Mouton): vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Sly Stone, except where noted.

  1. In Time
  2. If You Want Me to Stay
  3. Let Me Have It All
  4. Frisky
  5. Thankful N’ Thoughtful
  6. Skin I’m In
  7. I Don’t Know (Satisfaction)
  8. Keep on Dancin
  9. Qué Será, Será (Whatever Will Be, Will Be) – Ray Evans, Jay Livingston)
  10. If It Were Left Up to Me
  11. Babies Makin’ Babies


On June 30, 1971.

Stephen Stills

On June 30, 1971, “Atlantic” label released “Stephen Stills 2”, the second Stephen Stills album. It was recorded in 1971, and was produced by Stephen Stills and Bill Halverson.


  • Stephen Stills – guitar, keyboards, bass, lead and backing vocals
  • Eric Clapton, Nils Lofgren – guitar
  • Billy Preston, Mac Rebennack, Nils Lofgren, Paul Harris – keyboards
  • Floyd Newman, James Mitchell – baritone saxophone
  • Andrew Love, Ed Logan, Sidney George – tenor saxophone
  • Jack Helm – trombone
  • Roger Hopps, Wayne Jackson – trumpet
  • David Crosby, Fearless Freddy, Henry Diltz, Nils Lofgren – backing vocals
  • Jerry Garcia – pedal steel guitar
  • Calvin “Fuzzy” Samuels – bass
  • Gaspar Lawrawal, Rocky Dijon – congas
  • Conrad Isidore, Dallas Taylor, Ringo Starr – drums
  • Bill Halverson – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Stephen Stills, except where noted.

  1. Change Partners
  2. Nothin’ to Do But Today
  3. Fishes and Scorpions
  4. Sugar Babe
  5. Know You Got to Run – Stephen Stills, John Hopkins
  6. Open Secret
  7. Relaxing Town
  8. Singin’ Call
  9. Ecology Song
  10. Word Game
  11. Marianne
  12. Bluebird Revisited


On June 29, 2004.

The Cure - The Cure

On June 29, 2004, “I Am” and “Geffen” labels released the self-titled, twelve Cure album. It was recorded 2003–2004 in Los Angeles and was produced by Ross Robinson and Robert Smith.


  • Robert Smith– vocals, guitar
  • Perry Bamonte– guitar
  • Simon Gallup– bass guitar
  • Jason Cooper– drums
  • Roger O’Donnell– keyboards

Track listing:

All lyrics by Robert Smith, all music by Robert Smith, Perry Bamonte, Simon Gallup, Jason Cooper, and Roger O’Donnell.

  1. Lost
  2. Labyrinth
  3. Before Three
  4. Truth, Goodness and Beauty
  5. The End of the World
  6. Anniversary
  7. Us or Them
  8. Fake
  9. End
  10. (I Don’t Know What’s Going) OnTaking Off
  11. Never
  12. The Promise
  13. Going Nowhere
  14. This Morning

On June 29, 1993.

Crazy Legs

On June 29, 1993, “Epic” label released “Crazy Legs”, the twelfth Jeff Beck album. It was recorded in 1993, and was produced by Stuart Colman. “Crazy Legs” is tribute to Gene Vincent and in particular to Vincent’s early guitarist Cliff Gallup, whom Beck recognized as his big influence.


  • Jeff Beck- guitars, vocals
  • Ian Jennings- upright bass, backing vocals
  • Leo Green- saxophone
  • Clive Deamer- drums, backing vocals
  • Mike Sanchez- vocals, piano
  • Adrian Utley- rhythm guitar

Track listing:

  1. Race with the Devil
  2. Cruisin
  3. Crazy Legs
  4. Double Talkin’ Baby
  5. Woman Love
  6. Lotta Lovin’
  7. Catman
  8. Pink Thunderbird
  9. Baby Blue
  10. You Better Believe
  11. Who Slapped John?
  12. Say Mama
  13. Red Blue Jeans and a Pony Tail
  14. Five Feet of Lovin
  15. B-I-Bickey-Bi, Bo-Bo-Go
  16. Blues Stay Away from Me
  17. Pretty Pretty Baby
  18. Hold Me, Hug Me, Rock Me