On March 24, 2009.

TheHazardsofLove1

On March 24, 2009, “Capitol” label released “The Hazards of Love”, the fifth Decemberists album. It was produced by Tucker Martine and The Decemberists. “The Hazards of Love” is written and recorded as a rock opera.

Personnel:

  • Colin Meloy- vocals (voice of William, The Rake, First Voice, Second Voice), acoustic guitar, electric guitar, percussion
  • Chris Funk- electric guitar, tenor guitar, baritone guitar, pedal steel, mandolin, banjo, bouzouki, autoharp, hurdy-gurdy, hammered dulcimer, marxophone, piano, synthesizer, percussion
  • Jenny Conlee- piano, harpsichord, Hammond organ, Wurlitzer, synthesizer, accordion, marxophone, drums
  • Nate Query- bass guitar, upright bass, bowed bass, synthesizer
  • John Moen- drums, hand drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Becky Stark- vocals (voice of Margaret), backing vocals
  • Shara Worden- vocals (voice of the Forest Queen), backing vocals
  • Robyn Hitchcock- electric guitar Jim James – backing vocals
  • Rebecca Gates- backing vocals
  • Keiko Araki -violin
  • Greg Ewer – violin
  • Adam Hoornstra -viola
  • Collin Oldham -cello
  • Natalie Briare – vocals (voice of Charlotte)
  • Clara Ell – vocals (voice of Dawn)
  • Joseph Ell – vocals (voice of Isaiah)
  • Mastered by Roger Seibel
  • Jenny Conlee and Nate Query – string arrangements
  • Carson Ellis, Colin Meloy, and Mario Hugo for Hugo & Marie – design
  • Carson Ellis – illustrations
  • Autumn de Wilde – band photo

Track listing:

All tracks by Colin Meloy, except where noted.

  1. Prelude – Jenny Conlee
  2. The Hazards of Love 1 (The Prettiest Whistles Won’t Wrestle the Thistles Undone)
  3. A Bower Scene
  4. Won’t Want for Love (Margaret in the Taiga)
  5. The Hazards of Love 2 (Wager All)
  6. The Queen’s Approach
  7. Isn’t It a Lovely Night?
  8. The Wanting Comes in Waves/Repaid
  9. An Interlude
  10. The Rake’s Song
  11. The Abduction of Margaret
  12. The Queen’s Rebuke/The Crossing
  13. Annan Water
  14. Margaret in Captivity
  15. The Hazards of Love 3 (Revenge!)
  16. The Wanting Comes in Waves (Reprise)
  17. The Hazards of Love 4 (The Drowned)

 

 

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On March 24, 2008.

Diamond hoo ha

On March 24, 2008, “Parlaphone” label released “Diamond Hoo Ha”, the sixth and final Supergrass album. It was recorded January 2007–November 2007, at “Hansa Tonstudio” in Berlin, and was produced by Nick Launav.

Personel:

  • Gaz Coombes- lead vocals, backing vocals, guitar
  • Mick Quinn- bass, backing vocals
  • Rob Coombes- keyboards, backing vocals
  • Danny Goffey- drums and percussion, lead vocals
  • Pete Wareham- sax
  • Jodie Rose- additional vocals
  • Nick Launay– mixing
  • Steven Marcussen– mastering
  • Stuart Whitmore– editing
  • Rich Costey- mixing
  • Ian Davenport – additional recording
  • Sam Williams- additional arrangements
  • Traffic – artwork (sleeve)
  • Kevin Westenberg– photography
  • Greg Allum- photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Supergrass.

  1. Diamond Hoo Ha Man
  2. Bad Blood
  3. Rebel in You
  4. When I Needed You
  5. 345
  6. The Return Of…
  7. Rough Knuckles
  8. Ghost of a Friend
  9. Whiskey & Green Tea
  10. Outside
  11. Butterfly

On March 24, 1992.

ArrestedDevelopment3Years,5Months&2DaysintheLifeOf...

On March 24, 1992, “Chrysalis” label released “3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of…”, the debut Arrested Development album. It was recorded in 1991, and was produced by Speech. The album song “Tennessee” is part of the “The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll “list.

Personnel:

  • Arrested Development  – arranger
  • Baba Oje
  • Brother Larry  – guitar
  • Montsho Eshe
  • Dionne Farris– vocals
  • Headliner
  • Aerle Taree  – stylist
  • Tom Held  – engineer
  • Larry Jackson  – saxophone
  • Terrance Cinque Mason  – vocals
  • Rasa Don
  • Sister Paulette  – vocals
  • Speech  –executive producer, mixing
  • Alvin Speights  – engineer
  • Howie Weinberg  – mastering
  • Richard Wells  – engineer
  • Lindsey Williams  – project director
  • Jeffrey Henson Scales  – photography
  • Matt Still  – assistant engineer
  • Randall Martin – art direction

Track listing:

  1. Man’s Final Frontier
  2. Mama’s Always on Stage – Speech
  3. People Everyday – Speech
  4. Blues Happy
  5. Wendal – Speech
  6. Children Play with Earth
  7. Raining Revolution – Speech
  8. Fishin’ 4 Religion – Speech
  9. Give a Man a Fish – Headliner and Speech
  10. U – Speech
  11. Eve of Reality
  12. Natural – Speech
  13. Dawn of the Dreads – Speech
  14. Tennessee – Speech
  15. Washed Away – Speech
  16. People Everyday [Metamorphosis Mix] – Speech

 

On March 24, 1992.

Apollo_18

On March 24, 1992, “Elektra” label released “Apollo 18”, the fourth They Might Be Giants studio album. It was recorded in March 1991,  at “The Magic Shop” in New York City, and was produced by They Might Be Giants. The album was associated with “International Space Year”, for which They Might Be Giants were declared the official “musical ambassadors” by “NASA”.

Personnel:

  • John Flansburgh– songwriting, vocals, guitars, bass, synth bass, programming, horns, percussion, sound effects
  • John Linnell– vocals, accordion, keyboards, saxophones, clarinet, programming, synth bass
  • Mark Feldman– violin
  • Garo Yellin –cello
  • Jim Thomas –drums
  • Laura Cantrell– vocals
  • Julie Cohen – vocals
  • Peter Stampfel– banjo, vocals
  • Nicholas Hill – vocals
  • Elma Mayer – vocals
  • Brian Dewan– vocals
  • Amy Allison – vocals
  • Edward Douglas IV – engineer
  • Bruce Calder – engineer
  • Brian Pollack – engineer
  • UE Nastasi – engineer
  • Patrick Dillett– mixing
  • Paul Angelli – recording
  • John Flansburgh – design
  • Marjorie Galen – art assistance
  • Ralph Morse– photography
  • Don Uhrbrock – photography
  • Otto Seibold– photography
  • Fred Tomaselli– sculpture

Track listing:

All tracks by They Might Be Giants, except where noted.

  1. Dig My Grave
  2. I Palindrome I
  3. She’s Actual Size
  4. My Evil Twin
  5. Mamma
  6. The Statue Got Me High
  7. Spider
  8. The Guitar (The Lion Sleeps Tonight) – They Might Be Giants,Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore and George David Weiss
  9. Dinner bell
  10. Narrow Your Eyes
  11. Hall of heads
  12. Which Describes How You’re Feeling
  13. See the Constellation
  14. If I Wasn’t Shy
  15. Turn Around
  16. Hypnotist of Ladies
  17. Fingertips: Everything’s Catching On Fire
  18. Fingertips: Fingertips
  19. Fingertips: I Hear The Wind Blow
  20. Fingertips: Hey Now Everybody Now
  21. Fingertips: Who’s That Standing Out My Window?
  22. Fingertips: I Found A New Friend
  23. Fingertips: Come On And Wreck My Car
  24. Fingertips: Aren’t You The Guy Who Hit Me In The Eye?
  25. Fingertips: Please Pass the Milk, Please
  26. Fingertips: Leave Me Alone
  27. Fingertips: Who’s Knocking On The Wall?
  28. Fingertips: All Alone
  29. Fingertips: What’s That Blue Thing Doing Here?
  30. Fingertips: Something Grabbed Ahold Of My Hand
  31. Fingertips: I Cannot Understand You
  32. Fingertips: I Heard A Sound
  33. Fingertips: Mysterious Whisper
  34. Fingertips: The Day That Love Came To Play
  35. Fingertips: I’m Having A Heart Attack
  36. Fingertips: Fingertips”(reprise)
  37. Fingertips: I Walk Along Darkened Corridors
  38. Space Suit

On March 24, 1986.

Dirtywork

On March 24, 1986, “Rolling Stones” label released “Dirty Work” the eighteen Rolling Stones album. It was recorded 5 April – 17 June, 16 July – 17 August 1985, 10 September – 15 October 1985, at “Pathe  Marconi Studios” in Paris, and was produced by Steve Lillywhite and The Glimmer Twins. The album was dedicated to Ian Stewart, band’s long time collaborative and friend.

Personnel:

  • Mick Jagger– lead and backing vocals, harmonica
  • Keith Richards– electric and acoustic guitars, piano, vocals
  • Ronnie Wood– electric, acoustic and pedal steel guitar, tenor saxophone, backing vocals; drums
  • Bill Wyman– bass guitar, synthesizer
  • Charlie Watts– drums
  • Chuck Leavell– keyboards
  • Ivan Neville– backing vocals, bass guitar, organ, synthesizer
  • Jimmy Page– electric guitar
  • Bobby Womack– backing vocals, electric guitar
  • Philippe Saisse– keyboards
  • Anton Fig– shakers
  • John Regan – bass guitar
  • Dan Collette– trumpet
  • Ian Stewart– piano
  • Marku Ribas – percussion
  • Jimmy Cliff,Don Covay, Beverly D’Angelo, Kirsty MacColl, Dolette McDonald, Janice Pendarvis, Patti Scialfa and Tom Waits – backing vocals
  • Dave Jerden – engineer
  • Steve Parker – additional engineer
  • Tom Crich, Mike Krowiak – assistant engineers
  • Janet Perr – Art direction and package design
  • Annie Leibovitz – Art direction and photography
  • Mark Marek – Inner sleeve artwork

Track listing:

  1. One Hit (To the Body) – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood
  2. Fight – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood
  3. Harlem Shuffle – Bob Relf and Ernest Nelson
  4. Hold Back – Mick Jagger and Keith Richards
  5. Too Rude – Lindon Roberts
  6. Winning Ugly – Mick Jagger and Keith Richards
  7. Back to Zero – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Chuck Leavell
  8. Dirty Work -Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood
  9. Had It With You – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood
  10. Sleep Tonight – Mick Jagger and Keith Richards
  11. Untitled hidden track”(uncredited excerpt from “Key to the Highway”)

On March 24, 1979.

Overkill_

On March 24, 1979, “Bronze” label released “Overkill”, the second Motörhead album. It was recorded December 1978 – January 1979 at “Roundhouse Studios” and “Sound Development Studios” in London, and was produced by Jimmy Miller and Neil Richmond. “Kerrang!” magazine ranked the album at number 46 on its list of “100 Greatest Heavy Metal Albums of All Time.”

 

Personnel:

  • Lemmy(Ian Kilmister) – bass guitar, lead vocals, guitar
  • “Fast” Eddie Clarke– guitars, backing vocals
  • Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor– drums
  • Joe Petagno– sleeve artwork
  • Engineered by Ashley Howe and Trevor Hallesy

Track listing:

All tracks by Ian Kilmister, Phil Taylor and Eddie Clarke, except where noted.

  1. Overkill – Phil Yay
  2. Stay Clean
  3. (I Won’t) Pay Your Price
  4. I’ll Be Your Sister
  5. Capricorn
  6. No Class
  7. Damage Case – Eddie Clarke, Ian Kilmister,Phil Taylor and Mick Farren
  8. Tear Ya Down
  9. Metropolis
  10. Limb from Limb

 

 

 

On March 24, 1975.

Specs_Appeal

On March 24, 1975, “Columbia” label released “Specs Appeal”, the tenth Shadows album. It was recorded in April, May and August 1974.

Personnel:

  • Hank Marvin, John Farrar, Bruce Welch – vocals, guitars
  • Brian Bennett – drums, percussion, piano
  • Alan Tarney, Dave Richmond – bass guitar
  • Brian Bennett, John Farrar – ARP Synthesizer
  • John Fiddy – string arrangements
  • Graham Todd – keyboards

Track listing:

  1. God Only Knows – Tony Asher and Brian Wilson
  2. Cool Clear Air – Guy Fletcher and Doug Flett
  3. Rose, Rose – Bruce Welch and John Rostill
  4. This House Runs on Sunshine – Brian Bennett and Mike Redway
  5. Colorado Songbird – Brian Bennett
  6. No No Nina – John Farrar and Peter Best
  7. Honourable Puff-Puff – Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Brian Bennett, John Farrar and Dave Richmond
  8. Don’t Throw It All Away – Gary Benson and Dave Mindel
  9. Spider Juice – Hank Marvin
  10. Let Me Be the One – Paul Curtis
  11. Like Strangers – Ben Findon and Michael Myers
  12. Stand Up Like a Man – Ben Findon and Michael Myers

 

 

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