On June 1, 2009.

On June 1, 2009, “Bloody Chamber Music” released “The Bachelor”, the fourth Patrick Wolf studio album. It was recorded 2008-2009, at ”Parkgate Studios” in Battle Hastings, “Olympic Studios”, “Assault and Battery Studios”, “The Dairy”, “Bankside Lofts”, “Ken Thomas’s House”, “The Fritzl Dungeon” in London, “The Hellish Vortex” in Berlin, “Studio de La Reine” in Paris, and was produced by Patrick Wolf. The organ parts were recorded using the organ at St. George’s church in Brede, East Sussex, England.

Personnel:

  • Patrick Wolf – vocals, balalaika, ukulele, electronics, viola, grand piano, organ, harmonium, programming, string arrangements
  • Helen Rathbone,Ivan Hussey, Tim Wells, Vicky Matthews – cello
  • Ondes Martenot –Thomas Bloch
  • Emma Owens,Fiona Leggat, Lucy Morgan – viola
  • Debs White,Gillon Cameron, Louisa Aldridge, Sarah Button, Stephen Hussey, Victoria Sutherland – violin
  • Aaron Sokell,Amy Stead, Chinique Blackwood, Jenny LaTouche, Patsy McKay, Waleed Isaacs (Gospel Choir) – vocals
  • Alice Davies, Edward Larrikin, Eliza Carthy, Patrick Wolf, Victoria Sutherland,William Pollock (Tribe Vocals) – vocals
  • Fiona Brice,Patrick Wolf, Patsy McKay – conductor choir
  • Fiona Brice – string arrangements
  • Thomas White – guitar
  • Nick Haward – bass guitar, double bass
  • Marcello Vig – drums
  • Tilda Swinton – narrator
  • Eliza Carthy – fiddle, vocals
  • Rose Marie – Irish whistle
  • Derek Apps – clarinet
  • David Coulter – saw
  • Engineer – Al Lawson, Catherin Marks, Dave Emery*, Jonathan Krisp, Jonathan Shakhovskoy, Ken Thomas, Mark Allaway
  • Co-producer – Jonathan Shakhovskoy
  • Mixed By – Jonathan Shakhovskoy, Patrick Wolf
  • Nick Thornton Jones, Warren Du Preez – artwork
  • Nick Thornton Jones, Warren Du Preez – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Patrick Wolf, except “Damaris” lyrics from the old Appalachian folk song “Poor Little Turtle Dove”; “Blackdown” and “The Messenger” by Patrick Wolf and Alec Empire.

  1. Kriegspiel
  2. Hard Times
  3. Oblivion
  4. The Bachelor
  5. Damaris
  6. Thickets
  7. Count of Casualty
  8. Who Will?
  9. Vulture
  10. Blackdown
  11. The Sun Is Often Out
  12. Theseus
  13. Battle
  14. The Messenger

 

On June 1, 1999.

On June 1, 1999, “Uptown / Universal” labels released “Here Comes the Bride”, the fourth Spin Doctors studio. It was recorded in 1999, and was produced by Aaron Comess.

Personnel:

  • Chris Barron –guitar, vocals
  • Aaron Comess –drums, bass, guitar, accordion, keyboards
  • Eran Tabib – guitar
  • Mark White – bass
  • Ivan Neville– keyboards, vocals
  • Joe Bonadio –tambourine, hand drums
  • Lani Groves – background vocals
  • Todd Horton –trumpet
  • Arnie Lawrence –saxophone
  • Andrew Lippman –trombone
  • Catherine Russell– background vocals
  • Judith Talvi –cello
  • Engineers: Peter Denenberg, Tom Fritze
  • Mixing: Aaron Comess, Peter Denenberg
  • Mastering:Ted Jensen

Track listing:

All tracks by Chris Barron and Aaron Comess except where noted.

  1. Here Comes the Bride
  2. Vampires in the Sun
  3. Waiting for the Blow – Chris Barron, Aaron Comess, Bennie Benjamin, Eddie Durham, Sol Marcus, Eddie Seiler
  4. The Man
  5. Gone Mad
  6. Wow
  7. Siren Dress
  8. Gorilla Boy
  9. Key to the Kingdom
  10. Fisherman’s Delight
  11. The Bigger I Laugh, the Harder I Cry
  12. Dodging Assassins
  13. Diamond
  14. Tomorrow Can Pay the Rent – Chris Barron
  15. Let´s Try Again

On June 1, 1998.

On June 1, 1998, “Polydor” label released “Let It Ride”, the third Shed Seven studio album. It was recorded 1996-1998, at “Olympic Studios”, and “RAK Studios” in London, “Ric Rac Sound Studio” in Leeds, and was produced by Stephen Street, Chris Sheldon and Dave Leaper.

Personnel:

  • Rick Witter– vocals
  • Paul Banks– guitars, keyboards, harmonica
  • Tom Gladwin – bass
  • Alan Leach – drums, percussion
  • Clint Boon– keyboards
  • Heather Findlay – backing vocals
  • The Kick Horns– brass

Track listing:

All tracks by Rick Witter and Paul Banks.

  1. Return
  2. Let It Ride
  3. The Heroes
  4. Halfway Home
  5. Devil in Your Shoes
  6. She Left Me on Friday
  7. A Hole
  8. Drink Your Love
  9. Stand Up and Be Counted
  10. Chasing Rainbows
  11. Goodbye

 

On June 1, 1967.

On June 1, 1967, “Smash Records” released “James Brown Plays the Real Thing”, the twentieth James Brown studio album. It was recorded in 1967, and was produced by James Brown.

Track listing:

  1. Jimmy Mack – Holland, Dozier, Holland
  2. What Do You Like – Alfred Ellis
  3. PeeWee’s Groove In “D” – Alfred Ellis
  4. Bernadette – Holland, Dozier, Holland
  5. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy – Joe Zawinul
  6. I Never Loved a Man The Way I Love You – Ronnie Shannon
  7. Funky Broadway – Arlester Christian
  8. D Thing – Ted Wright

On June 1, 1966.

On June 1, 1966, “Elektra” label released the debut, self-titled Incredible String Band album. It was recorded in 1966, at “Sound Techniques” in London, and was produced by Joe Boyd. In the Melody Maker’s annual poll, “The Incredible String Band” won the title “Folk Album of the Year”.

Personnel:

  • Mike Heron– lead and backing vocals; guitar
  • Clive Palmer– lead and backing vocals; banjo, guitar; kazoo
  • Robin Williamson– lead vocals, violin, guitar,  tin whistle; mandolin; backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Maybe Someday – Mike Heron
  2. October Song – Robin Williamson
  3. When the Music Starts to Play – Mike Heron
  4. Schaeffer’s Jig – traditional
  5. Womankind – Robin Williamson
  6. The Tree – traditional, arr. Robin Williamson
  7. Whistle Tune – traditional, arr. Robin Williamson
  8. Dandelion Blues – Robin Williamson
  9. How Happy I Am – Mike Heron
  10. Empty Pocket Blues – Clive Palmer
  11. Smoke Shovelling Song – Robin Williamson
  12. Can’t Keep Me Here – Mike Heron
  13. Good as Gone – Robin Williamson
  14. Footsteps of the Heron – Mike Heron
  15. Niggertown – traditional, arr. Clive Palmer
  16. Everything’s Fine Right Now – Mike Heron

 

On June 1, 1966.

On June 1, 1966, “Parlaphone” label released “Would You Believe?”, the fourth Hollies albums. It was recorded September 1965-March 1966, and was produced by Ron Richards.

Personnel:

  • Allan Clarke– vocals, harmonica
  • Bobby Elliott– drums
  • Eric Haydock– bass guitar
  • Tony Hicks– lead guitar, vocals
  • Graham Nash– rhythm guitar, vocals

Track listing:

  1. I Take What I Want – David Porter, Mabon “Teenie” Hodges, Isaac Hayes
  2. Hard Hard Year – Allan Clarke,Tony Hicks, Graham Nash
  3. That’s How Strong My Love Is – Roosevelt Jamison
  4. Sweet Little Sixteen – Chuck Berry
  5. Oriental Sadness – Allan Clarke,Tony Hicks, Graham Nash
  6. I Am a Rock – Paul Simon
  7. Take Your Time – Buddy Holly, Norman Petty
  8. Don’t You Even Care – Clint Ballard, Jr.
  9. Fifi the Flea – Allan Clarke,Tony Hicks, Graham Nash
  10. Stewball – Bob Yellin, Ralph Rinzler, John Herald
  11. I’ve Got a Way of My Own – Allan Clarke,Tony Hicks, Graham Nash
  12. I Can’t Let Go – Chip Taylor, Al Gorgoni

On May 31, 2011.

On May 31, 2011, “Universal Music Canada” label released “Lights of Endangered Species”, the fifth Matthew Good studio album. It was recorded October-November 2010, at “Vogville Recording” in Port Coquitlam, Canada, and was produced by Warne Livesey.

Personnel:

  • Matthew Good – piano, guitar, bass, claratron, vocals
  • Stuart Cameron – guitar, lap steel
  • Blake Manning – drums, percussion, glockenspiel, backing vocals
  • Warne Livesey- organ, mellotron
  • Terry Townson – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Rod Murray – trombone
  • Oliver De Clercq – French horn
  • Bill Runge – baritone saxophone
  • Jeremy Berkman – trombone
  • Brad Muirhead – bass trombone
  • Avery Grace – backing vocals
  • Jennifer Zall – backing vocals
  • David Harding – viola
  • Andrew Brown – viola
  • Mary Sokol Brown – violin
  • David Brown – double bass
  • Brenda Fedoruk – flute
  • Fracois Houle – clarinet
  • David Owen – cor anglais
  • Ingrid Chiang – bassoon
  • Warne Livesey- mixer, engineer
  • Joel Livesey – engineer
  • Rob Sommerfeldt, Jennifer Zall, Paul Dutil – session assistants
  • Tim Young – mastering
  • Matthew Good and Susan Michalek – art direction
  • Susan Michalek – design
  • Miriam Aroeste – cover artwork
  • Strings, brass, and woodwinds arranged by Matthew Good and Warne Livesey

Track listing:

  1. Extraordinary Fades
  2. How It Goes
  3. Shallow’s Low
  4. What If I Can’t See the Stars Mildred?
  5. Zero Orchestra
  6. Non Populus
  7. In a Place of Lesser Men
  8. Set Me On Fire
  9. Lights of Endangered Species

On May 31, 2011.

On May 31, 2011, “Atlantic” label released “Codes and Keys”, the seventh Death Cab for Cutie studio album.  It was recorded in 2010, at “Sound City” in Van Nuys, California, “The Warehouse” in Vancouver, “London Bridge”, “Avast Recordings” and “Two Sticks Audio” in Seattle, “Tiny Telephone” in San Francisco, “Bright Street Recorders” in Hollywood, “Jackpot! Recording” in Portland, and was produced by Chris Walla.

Personnel:

  • Benjamin Gibbard– lead vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards
  • Nicholas Harmer– bass guitar, guitar
  • Jason McGerr– drums, percussion
  • Chris Walla– guitar, backing vocals, piano, keyboards
  • Magik*Magik Orchestra – strings
  • Minna Choi – arrangements, conducting
  • Krish Lingala – oboe, theremi
  • Chris Walla– recording, mixing
  • Beau Sorenson– recording, mixing
  • Alan Moulder– mixing
  • Roger Siebel – mastering
  • Sean Oakley, Dave “Squirrel” Covell, Sally Pickett, Mark Richards, Adam Greenholtz, Ryan Enockson, Stephen Hogan, Jackson Long, John Vanderslice, Jay Pellicci, Pierre de Reeder, Kendra Lynn, Stuart Hallerman, Johnny Mendoza, Cathy Ferrante – recording assistant
  • Catherine Marks – mixing assistant
  • John Catlin – mixing assistant
  • Nicholas Harmer– front cover, “coin slot” photograph
  • Storey Elementary – additional photography, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Ben Gibbard, except where noted.

  1. Home Is a Fire – Ben Gibbard, Chris Walla
  2. Codes and Keys
  3. Some Boys
  4. Doors Unlocked and Open
  5. You Are a Tourist
  6. Unobstructed Views – Ben Gibbard, Chris Walla
  7. Monday Morning
  8. Portable Television
  9. Underneath the Sycamore – Ben Gibbard, Chris Walla
  10. Peter’s Cathedral
  11. Stay Young, Go Dancing

 

In May 1990.

In May 1990, “Utility Records” label released “The Internationale”, the fifth Billy Brag studio album (seven tracks EP). It was recorded January–March 1990, at “Gateway Studios”, “Cathouse Studio” and “Pier House Studio”, and was produced by Grant Showbiz, Kenny Jones and Wiggy.

Personnel:

  • Billy Bragg – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals
  • Cara Tivey– piano, vocals, shakuhachi
  • Lorraine Bowen– clarinet, soprano recorder, piano, accordion, organ
  • The Christie Tyler Cory Band –brass
  • Côr Cochion Caerdydd – vocals
  • Marc Duff –whistles
  • Jim Sutherland –bodhran, percussion
  • Dick Gaughan– vocals
  • Wiggy – bass guitar, vocals, compiled by
  • Charlie Llewellin – drum,cymbal
  • Grant Showbiz– vocals
  • David Bedford– arrangement, conducting
  • Charlie Llewellin –engineer
  • Derek Bolland – engineer
  • Peter Haigh – engineer
  • Step Parikian – engineer

Track listing:

  1. The Internationale – Pierre De Geyter,Billy Bragg
  2. I Dreamed I SawPhil Ochs Last Night – Earl Robinson, Billy Bragg
  3. The Marching Song of the Covert Battalions – Billy Bragg
  4. Blake’sJerusalem – William Blake, Hubert Parry
  5. Nicaragua Nicaraguita – Carlos Mejía Godoy
  6. The Red Flag – Jim Connell, traditional
  7. My Youngest Son Came Home Today – Eric Bogle

In May 1990.

In May 1990, “Mute” label released “Manscape”, the seventh Wire studio album. It was recorded in 1990, at “RAK Studios” and was produced by David M. Allen.

Personnel:

  • Robert Grey– drums
  • Graham Lewis– bass guitar, vocals
  • Colin Newman– vocals, guitar
  • Bruce Gilbert– guitar
  • Roy Spong – engineer
  • Jon Wozencroft, Neville Brody – design

Track listing:

  1. Patterns Of Behavior
  2. Goodbye Ploy
  3. Morning Bell
  4. Small Black Reptile
  5. Torch It!
  6. Other Moments
  7. Sixth Sense
  8. What Do You See? (Welcome)
  9. Where’s The Deputation?