On April 30, 2012.

Fear funf at her johnmisty

On April 30, 2012, “Sub Pop” label released “Fear Fun”, the debut Josh Tillman aka Father John Misty studio album. It was recorded in 2012, and was produced by Jonathan Wilson and Josh Tillman.

Personnel:

  • Josh Tillman– vocals, guitar, drums, percussion, various instruments
  • Jonathan Wilson– electric guitar , bass guitar, piano, organ, 12-string guitar , mandolin , wurlitzer, acoustic guitars , trumpet, baritone guitar
  • Keefus Green– piano , synthesizers, mellotron
  • Gabriel Noel – strings, upright bass
  • Casey Wescott– bass guitar, harpsichord, piano
  • Wylie Gelber– bass guitar
  • Leslie Stevens – backing vocals
  • Zach Tillman – bass guitar
  • Ben Peeler – pedal steel
  • Hugo Nicolson– omni-chord program
  • Sara Watkins– fiddle
  • Jonathan Wilson– producer, engineer
  • Hugo Nicolson– engineer
  • Wylie Gelber– assistant engineer
  • Phil Ek– mixing
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Dimitri Drjuchin – cover painting, interior artwork
  • Emma Garr – insert photograph
  • Jeff Kleinsmith – design
  • Sasha Barr – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Josh Tilman.

  1. Funtimes in Babylon
  2. Nancy from Now On
  3. Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings
  4. I’m writing a Novel
  5. O I Long to Feel Your Arms Around Me
  6. Misty’s Nightmares 1&2
  7. Only Son of the Ladiesman
  8. This is Sally Hatchet
  9. Well, You Can Do Without Me
  10. Now I’m Learning to Lobe the War
  11. Tee Pees 1-12
  12. Everyman Needs a Companion
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On April 30, 1991.

The_Violent_Femmes-Why_Do_Birds_Sing

On April 30, 1991, “Reprise” label released “Why Do Birds Sing?”,the fifth Violent Femmes studio album. It was recorded in 1990, and was produced by Violent Femmes and Michael Beinhorn.

Personnel:

  • Gordon Gano- vocals, guitar
  • Brian Ritchie- bass, guitar, bouzouki, banjo, ukulele, mouth harp, didgeridoo, xylophone, glockenspiel, vocals
  • Victor DeLorenzo- drums, brushes, tranceaphone, tambourine, shakers, sleigh bells, tympani, firewood, cowbell, bongos, conga, fire extinguisher, vocals
  • Michael Beinhorn- Hammond organ, Mellotron, piano, harmonium
  • Sid Page, Suzie Katayama, Ilene Novog, Larry Corbett – strings
  • Tommy Mandel- keyboards
  • Eric “ET” Thorngren – engineer, mixing
  • David Vartanian – mixing
  • Susan Rogers – engineer
  • Tom Fritze – assistant engineer
  • Lori Fumar – assistant engineer
  • Mike Kloster – assistant engineer
  • Howie Weinberg– mastering
  • Mary Jones – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Gordon Gano, except where noted.

  1. American Music
  2. Out of the Window
  3. Look Like That
  4. Do You Really Want to Hurt Me? – George O’Dowd,Mikey Craig, Roy Hay, Jon Moss, Gano
  5. “Hey Nonny Nonny – Shepard Tonie, Gano
  6. Used to Be
  7. Girl Trouble
  8. He Likes Me
  9. Life is a Scream
  10. Flamingo Baby
  11. Lack of Knowledge
  12. More Money Tonight
  13. I’m Free

 

On April 30, 1991.

Yes_-_Union

On April 30, 1991, “Arista” label released “Union”, the thirteenth Yes studio album. It was recorded at “Studio Miraval” in Correns, France; “Studio Guillaume Tell” in Paris; “SARM West Studios” in London; “Record Plant Studios”, “The Jacaranda Room”and “Cherokee Studios” in Los Angeles; “Vision Sound Studios” in New York City; and “Langley Studios” in  Devon, UK, and was produced by Jonathan Elias, Steve Howe, Trevor Rabin, Mark Mancina and Eddie Offord.

Personnel:

  • Jon Anderson– lead vocals
  • Steve Howe– guitar, backing vocals
  • Trevor Rabin– guitar, backing vocals
  • Chris Squire– bass, backing vocals
  • Tony Kaye– keyboards, backing vocals
  • Rick Wakeman– keyboards
  • Bill Bruford– drums
  • Alan White– drums, backing vocals
  • Jonathan Elias– synthesizer, keyboards, vocals
  • Tony Levin– bass guitar, Chapman Stick
  • Jimmy Haun– guitar
  • Billy Sherwood– bass, guitars, keyboards, vocals
  • Allan Schwartzberg– percussion
  • Gary Barlough – synthesizer
  • Jerry Bennett – synthesizer, percussion
  • Jim Crichton – synthesizer, keyboards
  • Pauline Cheng – Cambodian poetry
  • Gary Falcone – vocals
  • Ian Lloyd– vocals
  • Tommy Funderburk– vocals
  • Sherman Foote – synthesizer
  • Brian Foraker – synthesizer
  • Chris Fosdick – synthesizer
  • Rory Kaplan – synthesizer
  • Alex Lasarenko – synthesizer, keyboards
  • Steve Porcaro– synthesizer
  • Michael Sherwood– vocals
  • Danny Vaughn– vocals
  • Deborah Anderson– vocals
  • Roger Dean– design and paintings
  • Jon Anderson – associate production

Track listing:

  1. I Would Have Waited Forever – Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Jonathan Elias
  2. Shock to the System – Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Jonathan Elias
  3. Masquerade – Steve Howe
  4. Lift me Up – Trevor Rabin, Chris Squire
  5. Without Hope You Cannot Start the Day – Jon Anderson, Jonathan Elias
  6. Saving My Heart – Trevor Rabin
  7. Miracle of Life – Trevor Rabin, Mark Mancina
  8. Silent Talking – Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman, Bill Bruford, Jonathan Elias
  9. The More We Live- Let Go – Chris Squire, Billy Sherwood
  10. Angkor War – Jon Anderson, Rick Wakeman, Jonathan Elias
  11. Dangerous – Jon Anderson, Jonathan Elias
  12. Holding On – Jon Anderson, Jonathan Elias, Steve Howe
  13. Evensong – Tony Levin, Bill Bruford
  14. Take the Water to the Mountain – Jon Anderson

On April 30,1991.

Joe Jackson Laughter And Lust

On April 30, 1991, “Virgin” label released “Laughter & Lust”, album by Joe Jackson. It was recorded in 1991, and was produced by Joe Jackson and Ed Roynesda.

Personnel:

  • Joe Jackson – keyboards, vocals
  • Joy Askew – keyboards, vocals
  • Sue Hadjopoulos – percussion, drums
  • Dan Hickey – drums
  • Graham Maby– bass, vocals
  • Tom Teeley – guitar, vocals
  • Tony Aiello – saxophone
  • Charles McCracken – cello
  • Michael Morreale – trumpet
  • Annie Whitehead– trombone

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Jackson, except as noted

  1. Obvious Song
  2. Goin’ Downtown – Joe Jackson, Drew Barfield
  3. Stranger than Fiction
  4. Oh Well – Peter Green
  5. Jamie G.
  6. Hit Single
  7. It’s All Too Much
  8. When You’re Not Around
  9. The Other Me
  10. Trying to Cry
  11. My House
  12. The Old Songs
  13. Drowning

On April 30, 1984.

The_Cure_-_The_Top

On April 30, 1984, “Fiction Records” label released “The Top”, the fifth Cure studio album. It was recorded 1983–1984, at “Genetic”, “Garden Studios” and “Trident Studios”, and was produced by David M. Allen, Chris Parry and Robert Smith.

Personnel:

  • Robert Smith- vocals, guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, organ, violin, harmonica, recorder
  • Lol Tolhurst- keyboards
  • Andy Anderson- drums, percussion
  • Porl Thompson- saxophone, keyboards, guitar
  • Phil Thornalley- bass guitar
  • Engineers: Dave Allen, Howard Grey
  • Instrumentation: Robert Smith, Lol Tolhurst

Track listing:

All tracks by Robert Smith, except where noted.

  1. Shake Dog Shake
  2. Bird Mad Girl – Robert Smith, Lol Tolhurst
  3. Wailing Wall
  4. Give Me It
  5. Dressing Up
  6. The Caterpillar – Robert Smith, Lol Tolhurst
  7. Piggy in the Mirror – Robert Smith, Lol Tolhurst
  8. The Empty World
  9. Bananafishbones
  10. The Top

 

On April 30, 1984.

Pros_Cons_HH

On April 30, 1984, “Harvest” label released “The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking”, the first Roger Waters solo album. It was recorded February – December 1983, and was produced by Roger Waters and Michael Kamen. In April 1995, the album was certified Gold in the US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Roger Waters– bass guitar, rhythm guitar, tape effects, lead vocals
  • Eric Clapton– lead guitar, backing vocals, Roland guitar synthesizer
  • Ray Cooper– percussion
  • Andy Newmark– drums, percussion
  • David Sanborn– saxophone
  • Michael Kamen– piano
  • Andy Bown– hammond organ, 12-string guitar
  • Madeline Bell, Katie Kissoon, Doreen Chanter– backing vocals
  • Raphael Ravenscroft, Kevin Flanagan, Vic Sullivan – horns
  • The National Philharmonic Orchestra, Conducted and Arranged by Michael Kamen
  • Andy Jackson– engineer
  • Laura Boisan – assistant engineer
  • Michael King – SFX boffin
  • Zuccarelli Labs – holophonics
  • Doug Sax and Mike Reese – mastering
  • Roger Waters and Gerald Scarfe– sleeve design
  • Alex Henderson – photography
  • The Artful Dodgers – co-ordination
  • Recorded & Engineered By Andy Jackson
  • Assistant Engineer: Laura Boisan
  • Mastered By Doug Sax& Mike Rees

Track listing:

All tracks by Roger Waters.

  1. 4:30 am (Apparently They Were Travelling Abroad)
  2. 4:33 am (Running Shoes)
  3. 4:37 am (Arabs with Knives and West German Skies)
  4. 4:39 am (For the First Time Today, Part 2)
  5. 4:41 am (Sexual Revolution)
  6. 4:47 am (The Remains of Our Love)
  7. 4:50 am (Go Fishing)
  8. 4:56 am (For the First Time Today, Part 1)
  9. 4:58 am (Dunroamin, Duncarin, Dunlivin)
  10. 5:01 am (The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking, Part 10)
  11. 5:06 am (Every Stranger’s Eyes)
  12. 5:11 am (The Moment of Clarity)

On April 30, 1976.

Bob Marley and the Wailers-Rastaman Vibration

On April 30, 1976, “Island” label released “Rastaman Vibration”,album by Bob Marley and the Wailers. It was recorded 1975 – 1976, at “Harry J. Studios” and “Joe Gibbs Studio” in Kingston, Jamaica, and was produced by Bob Marley and the Wailers.

Personnel:

  • Bob Marley– vocals
  • Earl “Chinna” Smith– guitar, percussion
  • Al Anderson– guitar
  • Carlton Barrett– drums
  • Aston Barrett– bass guitar
  • Tyrone Downie– keyboards
  • I Threes– backing vocals
  • Tommy McCook– saxophone
  • Donald Kinsey– guitar overdubs

Track listing:

  1. Positive Vibration – Vincent Ford
  2. Roots, Rock, Reggae – Vincent Ford
  3. Johnny Was – Rita Marley
  4. Cry to Me – Rita Marley
  5. Want More – Aston Barrett
  6. Crazy Baldhead – Rita Marley, Vincent Ford
  7. Who the Cap Fit – Aston Barrett, Carlton Barrett
  8. Night Shift – Bob Marley
  9. War – Allen Cole, Carlton Barrett
  10. Rat Race – Rita Marley

 

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