On June 1, 2010.

On June 1, 2010, “Kscope” label released “Someone Here Is Missing”, the eighth Pineapple Thief (The) studio album. It was recorded in 2009, and was produced by Brice Soord.

Personnel:

  • Bruce Soord – vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, keyboards, programming, arranger, engineer
  • Steve Kitch – keyboards, synthesizers, arranger, mixing
  • Jon Sykes – vocals, acoustic and electric bass
  • Keith Harrison – vocals, drums, percussion
  • Mark Bowyer – mixing
  • Dave Turner – mastering
  • Storm Thorgerson – artwork, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Bruce Soord.

  1. Nothing at Best
  2. Wake Up the Dead
  3. The State We’re In
  4. Preparation for Meltdown
  5. Barely Breathing
  6. Show a Little Love
  7. Someone Here Is Missing
  8. 3000 Days
  9. So We Row

On June 1, 2009.

On June 1, 2009, “4AD” label released “Until the Earth Begins to Part”, the debut Broken Records studio album. It was recorded in January 2009, at “Monnow Valley Studio” in Monmouth, and was produced by Ian Caple, James Sutherland, Rory Sutherland, Ian Turnbull, Arne Kolb, Dave Smith, Andrew Keeny and David Fothergill.

Personnel:

  • Jamie Sutherland – vocals
  • Rory Sutherland – violin, guitar, accordion
  • Ian Turnbull – guitar, piano, accordion
  • Arne Kolb – cello
  • Dave Smith – piano, trumpet
  • David Fothergill – bass
  • Andrew Keeny – drums
  • E. Harvard – tenor horn
  • J. Pippen – trombone
  • C. Sefton – tuba
  • D. Guy – double bass
  • J. Bayley – viola
  • Ian Caple – engineer, mixing
  • Tom Manning – engineer assistant
  • Jean-Pierre Chalbos – mastering
  • Sarah Foley – art direction, design, illustrations

Track listing:

  1. Nearly Home
  2. If the News Makes You Sad, Don’t Watch It
  3. Until the Earth Begins to Part
  4. A Promise
  5. Thoughts on a Picture (In a Paper, January 2009)
  6. If Eilert Loveborg Wrote a Song, It Would Sound Like This
  7. Wolves
  8. Ghosts
  9. A Good Reason
  10. Slow Parade

On June 1, 1977.

On June 1, 1977, “Arista” label released “I Robot”, the second Alan Parsons Project (The), studio album. It was recorded December 1976 – March 1977, at “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by Alan Parsons. The album cover photo features Storm Thorgerson’s assistants in the escalator tubes of the circular Terminal 1 building of the “Charles de Gaulle Airport” outside of Paris

Personnel:

  • Alan Parsons – keyboards, vocoder, acoustic guitar, backing vocals, engineer
  • Ian Bairnson – acoustic and electric guitars, backing vocals
  • B.J. Cole – steel guitar
  • Eric Woolfson – keyboards, vocoder, backing vocals
  • Duncan Mackay – keyboards
  • John Leach – cimbalom, kantele
  • David Paton – bass, acoustic guitar, backing vocals
  • Stuart Tosh – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Lenny Zakatek, Allan Clarke, Steve Harley, Jack Harris, Peter Straker, Jaki Whitren, Dave Townsend, the English Chorale, the New Philharmonia Chorus – vocals
  • Hilary Western – backing vocals
  • Smokey Parsons – backing vocals
  • Tony Rivers, John Perry and Stu Calver – backing vocals
  • Andrew Powell – choir and orchestra arrangements
  • Eric Woolfson – executive producer

Track listing:

All tracks by Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfson, except where noted.

  1. I Robot
  2. I Wouldn’t Want to Be Like You
  3. Some Other Time
  4. Breakdown
  5. Don’t Let it Snow
  6. The Voice
  7. Nucleus
  8. Day After Day (The Show Must Go On)
  9. Total Eclipse – Andrew Powell
  10. Genesis Ch. 1V. 32

In May 2006.

In May 2006, “Ropeadope Records” label released “The Coalition of the Willing”, the 24th Bobby Previte album. It was recorded July – September 2005, at “Frank Booth Studio” in Brooklyn, NY, and was produced by Bobby Previte.

Personnel:

  • Bobby Previte – drums, percussion
  • Charlie Hunter – electric guitars, electric basses
  • Stew Cutler – harmonica, slide guitar
  • Jamie Saft – organ, mellotron, Moog, electric guitars, electric basses
  • Skerik – tenor and baritone saxophones
  • Steve Bernstein – trumpet, slide trumpet
  • Stanton Moore – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Bobby Previte.

  1. The Ministry of Truth
  2. Airstrip One
  3. Versificator
  4. The Ministry of Love
  5. Oceania
  6. The Inner Party
  7. Memory Hole
  8. Anthem for Andrea

In May 1990.

In May 1990, “Virgin” label released “1234”, the second Propaganda studio album. It was recorded in 1990, and was produced by Ian Stanley and Chris Hughes. The cover art is a close-up of part of the statue “Unique Forms of Continuity in Space” by Umberto Boccioni.

Personnel:

  • Betsi Miller – vocals
  • Michael Mertens – keyboards, electronics
  • Ian Stanley – Fairlight synthesizer
  • Chris Hughes – computer
  • Derek Forbes – bass guitar
  • Brian McGee – drums
  • Neil Taylor, Andy Ross, David Gilmour – guitar
  • Ross Cullum – rhythm guitar
  • David Paton, Pino Palladino – bass guitar
  • Jürgen Dahmen – keyboards
  • Andy Richards, Blue Weaver – Fairlight synthesizer
  • Simon Clark – Hammond organ, keyboards
  • Greg Hawkes – synthesizer
  • Mel Collins – soprano saxophone
  • Alan Lee Kirkendale – trumpet
  • Susanne Freytag – voice
  • Howard Jones, Tessa Niles – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Vicious Circle – Michael Mertens, Betsi Miller, Derek Forbes, Ralf Dörper
  2. Heaven Give Me Words – Howard Jones, Ian Stanley, Michael Mertens
  3. Your Wildlife – Betsi Miller, Michael Mertens, Ian Stanley, Chris Hughes, Howard Jones
  4. Only One World – Derek Forbes, Michael Martens, Betsi Miller, Ralf Dörper
  5. How Much Love – Michael Mertens, Betsi Miller, Derek Forbes
  6. Vicious (reprise) – Michael Mertens, Betsi Miller, Derek Forbes, Ralf Dörper
  7. Ministry of Fear – Michael Mertens, Derek Forbes
  8. Wound in My Heart – Derek Forbes, Michael Mertens, Betsi Miller, Ralf Dörper
  9. La Carne, La Morte E Il Diavolo – Michael Mertens

In May 1989.

In May 1989, “Fontana” label released “Cloudland”, the seventh Pere Ubu studio album. It was recorded in 1989, and was produced by Paul Hamann, Stephen Hague and Daniel Miller.

Personnel:

  • David Thomas – vocals
  • Jim Jones – guitar, backing vocals
  • Allen Ravenstine – EML synthesizers, backing vocals
  • Tony Maimone – bass, backing vocals
  • Chris Cutler – drums
  • Scott Krauss – drums
  • Stephen Hague – keyboards

Track listing:

  1. Breath
  2. Race the Sun
  3. Cry
  4. Why Go It Alone?
  5. Waiting for Mary
  6. Ice Cream Truck
  7. Bus Called Happiness
  8. Monday Night
  9. Love Love Love
  10. Lost Nation Road
  11. Fire
  12. Nevada!
  13. The Wire
  14. Flat
  15. The Waltz
  16. Pushin’

In May 1979.

In May 1979, “Arista” label released the debut, self-titled Sky album. It was recorded in 1978, and was produced by Haydn Bendall, Tony Clark, John Williams, Kevin Peek, Francis Monkman, Herbie Flowers and Tristan Fry.

Personnel:

  • John Williams – acoustic guitars
  • Kevin Peek – electric and acoustic guitars
  • Francis Monkman – piano, synthesizer, harpsichord
  • Herbie Flowers – bass guitar
  • Tristan Fry – drums, percussion

Track listing:

  1. Westway – Herbie Flowers, Francis Monkman
  2. Carillon – Herbie Flowers, Ian Gomm
  3. Danza – Antonio Ruiz-Pipò, arranged by Kevin Peek
  4. Gymnopedie No. 1 – Erik Satie
  5. Cannonball – Francis Monkman
  6. Where Opposites Meet – Francis Monkman

On May 30, 2000.

On May 30, 2000, “Cryptogramophone” label released “The Inkling”, the eleventh Nels Cline album. It was recorded in May 1999, and was produced by Jeff Gauthier.

Personnel:

  1. Nels Cline – acoustic and electric guitar
  2. Mark Dresser – contrabass
  3. Billy Mintz – drum set
  4. Zeena Parkins – harp, electric harp

Track listing:

All tracks by Nels Cline

  1. New Old Hat
  2. Spider Wisdom
  3. Circular
  4. Sunken Song
  5. Shale Bed
  6. Alstromeria
  7. Moth Song
  8. Cork Farm
  9. Queen of Angels
  10. Lullaby for Ian

On May 30, 1979.

On May 30, 1979, “A&M” label released “Where I Should Be”, the sixth Peter Frampton studio album. It was recorded November 1978 – May 1979, at “The Record Plant” in New York City, and was produced by Peter Frampton.

Personnel:

  • Peter Frampton – vocals, guitars, keyboards
  • Steve Cropper – guitar
  • Bob Mayo – keyboards
  • Eddie N. Watkins, Jr. – bass
  • Stanley Sheldon – bass
  • Donald Dunn – bass
  • Tower of Power – horn section
  • Gary Mallaber – drums
  • Jamie Oldaker – drums
  • Steve Forman – percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Peter Frampton, except where noted.

  1. I Can’t Stand It No More
  2. Got My Feet Back on the Ground – Peter Frampton, Rodney Eckerman
  3. Where I Should Be (Monkey Song)
  4. Everything I Need – Peter Frampton, Bob Mayo
  5. May I Baby – Isaac Hayes, David Porter
  6. You Don’t Know Like I Know – Isaac Hayes, David Porter
  7. She Don’t Reply
  8. We’ve Just Begun – Peter Frampton, Bob Mayo
  9. It’s a Sad Affair

In May 1977.

In May 1977, “Columbia” label released “Function at the Junction”, the fourth B.T. Express album. It was recorded in 1977, at “Ultra-Sonic Recording Studios” in Hempstead, New York, and was produced by Jeff Lane.

Personnel:

  • Richard Thompson – vocals, guitar
  • Michael Jones – vocals, keyboards
  • Carlos Ward – flute, piccolo flute, alto, tenor and baritone saxophone, clarinet
  • Bill Risbrook – flute, soprano and tenor saxophone
  • Jamal Rasool – vocals, bass
  • Dennis Rowe – bongos, congas, timbales, percussion
  • Leslie Ming – vocals, drums, percussion
  • Irving Spice – strings

Track listing:

  1. Funky Music – Bill Risbrook
  2. Expose Yourself – Emanuel Johnson, Michael Stokes, Tash Howard
  3. Scratch My Itch – Sam Taylor, Tash Howard
  4. Eyes – Carlos Ward
  5. We Got It Together – Carlos Ward
  6. Sunshine – Michael Jones
  7. The Door to My Mind – Gloria Risbrook, Louis Risbrook
  8. Star Gazer – Ken Williams, Rudy Clark
  9. How Big Can You Dream – Bill Risbrook