On September 1, 1992.

Nerve Net

On September 1, 1992, “Warner Bros” label released “Nerve Net”, the twelve Brian Eno studio album. It was recorded in 1992, and was produced by Brian Eno.

Personnel:

  1. Brian Eno– vocals and voices, organ, synthesizer, bass guitar, guitar, keyboards, tenor saxophone, treatments, African organ, animal sounds, arabesque
  2. Roger Eno– piano, sampling
  3. John Paul Jones– piano
  4. Rod Melvin– piano
  5. Robert Quine– guitar, rhythm guitar
  6. Robert Fripp– guitar
  7. Jamie West-Oram – guitar, rhythm guitar
  8. Romeo WIlliams – bass guitar
  9. John May – voices, speech, speaker, speaking part
  10. Robert Ahwai – guitar
  11. Peter Anderson – guitar
  12. Richard Bailey – drums
  13. Sugarfoot Moffett – drums
  14. Markus Dravs – drums, drum programming, treatments
  15. Cecil Stamper III – drums
  16. Benmont Tench– percussion
  17. Ian Dench– drum loop
  18. Winston Ngukwe – conga
  19. Isaac Osapanin – conga
  20. Wayne Duchamp – alto saxophone
  21. Alice Ngukwe – tenor saxophone
  22. Curtis Pelican – trumpet
  23. Christine West-Oram – vocals
  24. Duchess Nell Catchpole – vocals and voices
  25. John Moorby – voices, speech, speaker, speaking part
  26. Anita Patel – voices, speech, speaker, speaking part
  27. Sunita Patel – voices, speech, speaker, speaking part
  28. Yogish Patel – voices, speech, speaker, speaking part

Track listing:

All tracks by Brian Eno.

  1. Fractal Zoom
  2. Wire Shock
  3. What Actually Happened?
  4. Pierre in Mist
  5. My Squelchy Life
  6. Juju Space Jazz
  7. The Roil, the Choke
  8. Ali Click
  9. Distributed Being
  10. Web
  11. Web (Lascaux Mix)
  12. Decentre

On September 1, 1987.

R.E.M._-_Document

On September 1, 1987, “I.R.S.” label released “Document”, the fifth R.E.M. studio album. It was recorded April – May 1987, at “Sound Emporium” in Nashville, and was mixed at “Master Control” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Scott Litt, Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Michael Stipe.. In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 470 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time. In 1988, “Document” was certified Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Michael Stipe– lead vocals
  • Peter Buck– guitar, dulcimer
  • Mike Mills– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Bill Berry– drums, backing vocals
  • Steve Berlin– horns
  • Carl Marsh – Fairlight CMI synthesizer
  • Steve Catania – engineer
  • Tom Der – engineer
  • Toni Greene – engineer
  • Gary Laney – engineer
  • Ted Pattison – engineer
  • Todd Scholar – engineer
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering
  • Jim McKay – photography
  • Michael Meister – photography
  • Sandra-Lee Phipps – photography
  • Ron Scarselli – packaging

Track listing:

All tracks by Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Michael Stipe, except where noted.

  1. Finest Worksong
  2. Welcome to the Occupation
  3. Exhuming McCarthy
  4. Disturbance at the Heron House
  5. Strange – Bruce Gilbert, Graham Lewis, Colin Newman, Robert Gotobed
  6. It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
  7. The One I Love
  8. Fireplace
  9. Lightnin’ Hopkins
  10. King of Birds
  11. Oddfellows Local 151

 

On September 1, 1976.

Bloody Tourists

On September 1, 1976, “Mercury” label released “Bloody Tourists”, the sixth 10cc studio album. It was recorded in 1976, at “Strawberry Studios” in Stockport, England, and was produced by Graham Gouldman and Eric Stewart.

Personnel:

  • Eric Stewart– lead vocal, guitars, piano, Moog synthesizer, organ
  • Graham Gouldman– lead vocals, bass, guitar, percussion
  • Rick Fenn– vocals, guitar, organ, Moog synthesizer
  • Duncan Mackay– synthesizer, piano, violin, keyboards, electric piano, backing vocals
  • Stuart Tosh– vocals, drums, percussion, tambourine, bells
  • Paul Burgess– drums, percussion, congas, glockenspiel, marimba, tambourine, timbales, triangle, bells, vibraphone

Track listing:

  1. Dreadlock Holiday – Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart
  2. For You and I – Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart
  3. Take These Chains – Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart
  4. Shock on the Tube (Don’t Want Love) – Eric Stewart
  5. Last Night – Graham Gouldman, Rick Fenn
  6. The Anonymous Alcoholic – Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart
  7. Reds in My Bed – Eric Stewart, Stuart Tosh
  8. Life Line – Graham Gouldman
  9. Tokyo – Eric Stewart
  10. Old Mister Time – Duncan Mackay, Eric Stewart
  11. From Rochdaleto Ocho Rios – Graham Gouldman
  12. Everything You’ve Wanted to Know About!!! – Eric Stewart

On August 31, 2004.

Medulla

On August 31, 2004, “One Little Indian” label released “Medúlla” the fifth Björk solo album. It was recorded at “Greenhouse” in Iceland, “Estúdio Ilha dos Sapos” in Brazil, “La Hoyita Studios” in Spain, and was produced by Björk and Mark Bell.

Personnel:

  • Björk – lead vocals, bass line, bass synth, piano, arrangements, choir arrangement, programming
  • Nico Muhly – piano
  • Mark Bell – bass synthesizer, programming
  • Peter Van Hook – gong
  • Rahzel – beatboxing
  • Shlomo – beatboxing
  • Dokaka – beatboxing
  • Gregory Purnhagen – human trombone
  • Tagaq – inuit throat singing
  • Mike Patton – vocals
  • Robert Wyatt – vocals
  • The Icelandic Choir – choral vocals
  • The London Choir – choral vocals
  • Little Miss Specta – programming
  • Matmos – programming
  • Olivier Alary – programming
  • Valgeir Sigurdsson – programming
  • Mark “Spike” Stent – mixing

Track listing:

  1. Pleasure is All Mine – Björk
  2. Show Me Forgiveness – Björk
  3. Where Is the Line – Björk
  4. Vökuró (Vigil) – Jórunn Viðar, Jakobína Sigurðardóttir
  5. Öll Birtan (All the Brightness) – Björk
  6. Who Is It (Carry My Joy on the Left, Carry My Pain on the Right) – Björk
  7. Submarine – Björk
  8. Desired Constellation – Björk, Olivier Alary
  9. Oceania – Björk, Sjón
  10. Sonnets/Unrealities XI – Björk, E. Cummings
  11. Ancestors – Björk,Tagaq
  12. Mouth’s Cradle – Björk
  13. Miðvikudags  (Wednesday) – Björk
  14. Triumph of a Heart – Björk

On August 31, 1993.

Giant_Steps

On August 31, 1993, “Creation” label released “Giant Steps”, the third Boo Radleys album. It was recorded February – March 1993, at “First Protocol Studios” in London; and was produced by Martin Carr, Tim Brown and Andy Wilkinson.The album title was inspired by John Coltrane’s album of the same name. “Giant Step” was voted album of the year by “NME” and “Select”.

Personnel:

  • Sice (Simon Rowbottom) – vocals
  • Martin Carr – vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Timothy Brown – bass guitar, keyboards
  • Rob Cieka – drums, percussion
  • Steve Kitchen – trumpet, flugel horn
  • Jackie Toy – clarinet, bass clarinet
  • Chris Moore – trumpet
  • Yvette Lacey – vocals
  • Meriel Barham– vocals
  • Nick Addison – vocals
  • Guy Fixsen – vocals
  • Kle – vocals
  • Laurence – vocals
  • Keith Cameron – vocals
  • Moose – handclaps, vocals
  • Russell – handclaps
  • Margaret Fiedler – cello
  • Lindsay Johnston – cello
  • Andy Wilkinson – engineer
  • Giles Hall – engineer assistant
  • Anjali Dutt – mixing
  • Kevin & Barry – mastering
  • Alan Moulder– remixi
  • Sarah Bedingham – assistance
  • Stephen A. Wood – sleeve art
  • Designland Limited – layout

Tracks listing:

All lyrics by Martin Carr, all music by Martin Carr, Simon Rowbottom, Rob Hanson and Timothy Brown.

  1. I Hang Suspended
  2. Upon 9th and Fairchild
  3. Wish I Was Skinny
  4. Leaves and Sand
  5. Butterfly McQueen
  6. Rodney King (Song for Lenny Bruce)
  7. Thinking of Ways
  8. Barney (…and Me)
  9. Spun Around
  10. If You Want It, Take It
  11. Best Lose the Fear
  12. Take the Time Around
  13. Lazarus
  14. One Is For
  15. Run My Way Runway
  16. I’ve Lost the Reason
  17. The White Noise Revisited

On August 31, 1971.

Sun Moon Herbs

 On August 31, 1971, “Atco” label released “The Sun Moon & Herbs”, the fourth Dr. John album. It was recorded July – October 1970, at “Trident Studios” in London, “Criteria Studios” in Miami, and was produced by Mac Rebennack and Charles Greene.

Personnel:

  • Dr. John (Mac Rebbenack) – vocals, piano, organ, guitar, vibes, percussion
  • Eric Clapton- guitar
  • Tommy Ferrone – rhythm guitar
  • Walter Davis Jr. – piano
  • Ronnie Barron- keyboards
  • Steve York- bass
  • Jesse Boyce – bass
  • Carl Radle- bass
  • John Boudreaux – drums
  • Fred Staehle – trap drums
  • Freeman Brown – percussion
  • Calvin “Fuzzy” Samuels – percussion
  • Jim Gordon- percussion, conga
  • Vic Brox- pocket trumpet, organ
  • Graham Bond- alto saxophone
  • Ray Draper- tuba, percussion, backing vocals
  • Wayne Jackson- trumpet, horn
  • Chris Mercer – saxophone
  • Jerry Jumonville – saxophone
  • James Mitchell – baritone saxophone
  • Ed Logan – tenor saxophone
  • Andrew Love- tenor saxophone
  • Bobby Keys- tenor saxophone
  • Jim Price- trumpet
  • Jack Hale – trombone
  • Kenneth Terroade – flute
  • Mick Jagger, Doris Troy, Shirley Goodman, Tami Lynn,  P. Arnold, Bobby Whitlock- backing  vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Mac Rebennack except where noted.

  1. Black John the Conqueror
  2. Where Ya at Mule
  3. Craney Crow
  4. Familiar Reality (Opening) – Mac Rebennack, Jesse Hill
  5. Pots on Fiyo (Filé Gumbo) / Who I Got to Fall On (If the Pot Get Heavy)
  6. Zu Zu Mamou
  7. Familiar Reality (Reprise)

 

 

On August 31, 1970.

Sunflower

On August 31, 1970, “Reprise” label released “Sunflower”, the 16th Beach Boys studio album. It was recorded June–October 1967, January 1969, July 1970, at “Sunset Sound Recorders”, “Gold Star Studios”, and Brian Wilson’s home studio in Los Angeles, and was produced by Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Al Jardine, Mike Love and Bruce Johnston.. In 1997, “Guardian” ranked “Sunflower” at number 66 on its list of the “100 Best Albums Ever”.

Personnel:

  • Brian Wilson– vocals, piano, bass,  Moog synthesizer
  • Carl Wilson– vocals, guitar, bass
  • Al Jardine– vocals, guitar
  • Bruce Johnston– vocals
  • Mike Love– vocals
  • Daryl Dragon– drums, tubular bell, harpsichord, piano, vibraphone
  • Igor Horeshevsky– cello
  • Michel Colombier– arranger, string arrangement
  • Stephen Desper– chief engineer, mixing
  • Ed Thrasher– art direction, inner photography
  • Ricci Martin– cover photo

Track listing:

  1. Slip On Through – Dennis Wilson
  2. This Whole World – Brian Wilson
  3. Add Some Music to Your Day – Brian Wilson, Joe Knott, Mike Love
  4. Got to Know the Woman – Dennis Wilson
  5. Deirdre – Bruce Johnston, Brian Wilson
  6. It’s About Time – Dennis Wilson, Bob Burchman, Al Jardine
  7. Tears in the Morning – Bruce Johnston
  8. All I Wanna Do – Brian Wilson, Mike Love
  9. Forever – Dennis Wilson, Gregg Jakobson
  10. Our Sweet Love – Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Al Jardine
  11. At My Window – Brian Wilson, Al Jardine
  12. Cool, Cool Water – Brian Wilson, Mike Love

 

 

 

On August 30, 1999.

Yesterday_Went_Too_Soon

On August 30, 1999, “The Echo” label released “Yesterday Went Too Soon”, the second Feeder album. It was recorded 1998-1999, and was produced by Grant Nicholas, Taka Hirose and Jon Henry Lee.

Personnel:

  • Grant Nicholas – vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Taka Hirose- bass guitar
  • Jon Henry Lee- drums, percussion
  • Audrey Riley- string arrangements
  • Matt Sime – engineer
  • Andy Wallace- mixing
  • Al Clay – mixing, additional engineering
  • George Marino – mastering
  • Rick Guest – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Grant Nicholas.

  1. Anaesthetic
  2. Insomnia
  3. Picture of Perfect Youth
  4. Yesterday Went Too Soon
  5. Waiting For Changes
  6. Radioman
  7. Day In Day Out
  8. Tinsel Town
  9. You’re My Evergreen
  10. Dry
  11. Hole in My Head
  12. So Well
  13. Paperfaces – Paperfaces – ends at 4:28, hidden track “Bubblehead” starts at 9:25, “Bubblehead”

On August 29, 2006.

Bob_Dylan_-_Modern_Times

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). 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”.

Personnel:

  • Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano
  • Donnie Herron – steel guitar, violin, viola, mandolin
  • Denny Freeman– guitar
  • Stu Kimball – guitar
  • Tony Garnier– bass guitar, cello
  • George G. Receli – drums, percussion
  • Chris Shaw – engineer
  • Tom Aiezza – engineer assistant
  • Sheldon Yellowhair – engineer assistant
  • Greg Calbi– mastering
  • Ted Croner – cover photography (1947 photograph “Taxi, New York at Night”)

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” label 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 Liam Gallagher, Noel Gallagher, Paul Arthurs, Paul McGuigan, Tony McCarroll, Mark Coyle, Owen Morris and David Batchelor . 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”

Personnel:

  • Liam Gallagher– vocals, tambourine
  • Noel Gallagher– lead guitar, bass, piano, backing vocals
  • Paul “Bonehead” Arthurs– rhythm guitar, piano
  • Paul McGuigan – bass
  • Tony McCarroll – drums
  • Anthony Griffiths– backing vocals
  • Anjali Dutt – engineer
  • Dave Scott – engineer, mixing
  • Roy Spong – engineer
  • Mark Coyle – mixing
  • Owen Morris– additional mixing
  • Barry Grint– mastering
  • 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