On April 23, 1976.

Black and blue

On April 23, 1976, “Rolling Stones” label released “Black and Blue”, the 13th Rolling Stones album. It was recorded December 1974, January – February 1975, March – April 1975, and was produced by The Glimmer Twins. It was the band’s first studio album with Ronnie Wood as the replacement for Mick Taylor.

Personnel:

  • Mick Jagger– lead vocals; backing vocals; harmony vocals; percussion; rhythm guitar; electric piano; acoustic piano; foot stomp
  • Keith Richards– electric guitars; backing vocals, harmony vocals; bass guitar; Fender Rhodes electric piano, electric wah-wah guitar
  • Ronnie Wood– lead electric guitar; electric guitar, co-lead guitar; backing vocals
  • Bill Wyman– bass guitar, percussion
  • Charlie Watts– drums, percussion
  • Billy Preston– organ; piano; string synthesizer; harmony vocal; backing vocals; percussion
  • Nicky Hopkins– piano and ARP String Ensemble
  • Harvey Mandel– lead electric guitar
  • Wayne Perkins– acoustic guitar; lead electric guitar
  • Ollie Brown– percussion
  • Ian Stewart– percussion
  • Arif Mardin– horn arrangement
  • Engineers– Keith Harwood, Glyn Johns, Phil McDonald, Lew Hahn
  • Assistant engineers – Jeremy Gee, Dave Richards, Tapani, Steve Dowd, Gene Paul
  • Lee Hulko – LP masteringat Sterling Sound

Track listing:

All tracks by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except where noted.

  1. Hot Stuff
  2. Hand of Fate
  3. Cherry on Baby – Eric Donaldson
  4. Memory Motel
  5. Hey Negrita – inspiration by Ron Wood
  6. Melody – Inspiration by Billy Preston
  7. Fool to Cry
  8. Crazy Mama
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On April 23, 1973.

Down the roads

On April 23, 1973, “Atlantic” label released “Down the Road”, the second and last Manassas album. It was recorded in 1973, and was produced by Stephen Stills, Chris Hillman and Dallas Taylor.

Personnel:

  • Stephen Stills – guitar, piano, bass, vocals
  • Dallas Taylor- drums
  • Chris Hillman- guitar, bass, mandolin, vocals
  • Joe Lala- percussion, vocals
  • Al Perkins- guitar, pedal steel guitar, banjo
  • Calvin “Fuzzy” Samuel – bass, vocals
  • Paul Harris- piano
  • Joe Walsh- slide guitar
  • Bobby Whitlock- keyboards
  • Sydney George – flute
  • Jerry Aiello – organ
  • Charlie Grimes – guitar
  • Guille Garcia – percussion
  • Lachy Espinol – percussion
  • Pat Arnold- vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Stephen Stills; except where noted.

  1. Isn’t It About Time
  2. Lies – Chris Hillman
  3. Pensamiento – Stephen Stills, Nelson Escoto
  4. So Many Times – Chris Hillman, Stephen Stills
  5. Business on the Street
  6. Do You Remember The Americans
  7. Down The Road
  8. City Junkies
  9. Guaguancó de Veró – Stephen Stills, Joe Lala
  10. Rollin’ My Stone – Stephen Stills, Calvin Samuel

On April 23, 1969.

Joe_Cocker-With_a_Little_Help_from_My_Friends

On April 23, 1969, “Regal Zonophone” label released released “With a Little Help from My Friends”, the debut Joe Cocker album. It was recorded in 1968, at “Olympic Studios” and “Trident Studios” in London, and was produced by Denny Cordell.

Personnel:

  • Joe Cocker: vocals
  • David Cohen: guitar
  • Tony Visconti: guitar
  • Jimmy Page: guitar
  • Henry McCullough: guitar
  • Albert Lee: guitar
  • Chris Stainton: piano, organ, bass guitar
  • Tommy Eyre: piano, organ
  • Artie Butler: piano
  • Matthew Fisher: organ
  • Stevie Winwood: organ
  • Carol Kaye: bass guitar
  • Clem Cattini: drums
  • Mike Kellie: drums
  • J. Wilson: drums
  • Kenny: drums
  • Laudir: tumba, maracas
  • Brenda Holloway: backing vocals
  • Patrice Holloway: backing vocals
  • Merry Clayton: backing vocals
  • Madeline Bell: backing vocals
  • Rosetta Hightower: backing vocals
  • Sue Wheetman: backing vocals
  • Sunny Wheetman: backing Vocals
  • Paul Humphrey: drums
  • Tony Visconti: mixing engineer
  • Tom Wilkes: album design
  • Martin Keeley: front cover shot
  • Eric Hays: Back Cover Shot
  • Herb Greene: back cover shot

Track listing:

  1. Feeling Alright – Dave Mason
  2. Bye Bye Blackbird – Ray Henderson, Mort Dixon
  3. Change in Louise – Joe Cocker, Chris Stainton
  4. Marjorine – Joe Cocker, Chris Stainton
  5. Just Like a Woman – Bob Dylan
  6. Do I Still Figure in Your Life? – Pete Dello
  7. Sandpaper Cadillac – Joe Cocker, Chris Stainton
  8. Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood – Gloria Caldwell, Sol Marcus, Bennie Benjamin
  9. With a Little Help from My Friends – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  10. I Shall Be Released – Bob Dylan

 

On April 22, 2008.

Syr7

On April 22, 2008, “SYR” label released “SYR7: J’Accuse Ted Hughes”, the seventh Sonic Youth’s release in the “SYR” series. It was recorded 2000 – 2003, and was produced by Sonic Youth. As the rest of the “SYR” series, “SYR7” liner notes are in foreign language, in this case, Arpitan, a French regional language.

Track listing:

  1. J’Accuse Ted Hughes
  2. Agnès B Musique

On April 22, 2003.

Shine - Daniel_Lanois

On April 22, 2003, “Anti Records” label released “Shine”, album by Daniel Lanois. It was recorded 2002 – 2003, and was produced by Daniel Lanois.

Personnel:

  • Daniel Lanois– guitar, bass, pedal steel guitar, vocals
  • Malcolm Burn– guitar, keyboards
  • Brian Blade– drums
  • Brady Blade, Jr.– drums
  • Daryl Johnson– bass
  • Bono– vocal
  • Emmylou Harris– backing vocal
  • Aaron Embry- Piano, Hammond B3, melodica

Track listing:

All tracks by Daniel Lanois, except where noted.

  1. I Love You
  2. Falling at Your Feet – Bono, Daniel Lanois
  3. As Tears Roll By
  4. Sometimes
  5. Shine
  6. Transmitter
  7. San Juan
  8. Matador
  9. Space Kay
  10. Slow Giving
  11. Fire
  12. Power of One
  13. JJ Leaves LA

On April 22, 1997.

I can hear the heart

On April 22, 1997, “Matador Records” label released “I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One”, the eighth Yo La Tengo. It was recorded in 1997, at “House of David” in Nashville, “Tennessee” and “Big House” and “Magic Shop” in New York City, and was produced by Roger Moutenot. In 2010, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 86 on its list of “100 Best Albums of the Nineties”.

Personnel:

  • Yo La Tengo– performers, writers of tracks 1 to 8 and 10 to 15
  • Roger Moutenot – production
  • Greg Calbi– mastering
  • Jad Fair– artwork
  • Steve Thornton – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Yo La Tengo, except where noted.

  1. Return to Hot Chicken
  2. Moby octopad
  3. Sugarcube
  4. Damage
  5. Stockholm Syndrome
  6. Autumn Sweater
  7. Little Honda – Brian Wilson, Mike Love
  8. Green Arrow
  9. One PM Again
  10. The Lie and How We Told It
  11. Center of Gravity
  12. Spec Bebop
  13. We’re an American Band
  14. My Little Corner of the World – Bob Hilliard, Lee Pockriss

 

On April 22, 1997.

Pennywise_-_Full_Circle

On April 22, 1997, “Epitaph” label released “Full Circle”, the fourth Pennywise album. It was recorded in 1996, at “Total Access Recording” in Redondo Beach, California, and was produced by Pennywise and Eddie Ashworth. The album was dedicated to the memory of Thirsk,  Pennywise key song writer until his death, and a close friend to all the band’s members.

Personnel:

  • Jim Lindberg – vocals
  • Fletcher Dragge – guitar
  • Randy Bradbury – bass
  • Byron McMackin – drums
  • Eddie Ashworth- engineer, mixing
  • Milton Chan – mixing
  • Fred Hidalgo – logo
  • Jesse Fischer – artwork
  • Brett Gurewitz- mixing
  • Pennywise – engineer, artwork, mixing
  • Darian Rundall – assistant engineer, mixing
  • Eddy Schreyer – mastering
  • Justin Thirsk – vocals
  • Ronnie King- piano

Track listing:

All tracks by Pennywise.

  1. Fight Till You Die
  2. Date with Destiny
  3. Get a Life
  4. Society
  5. Final Day
  6. Broken
  7. Running Out of Time
  8. You’ll Never Make It
  9. Every Time
  10. Nowhere Fast
  11. What If IGo Away
  12. Did You Really?
  13. Bro Hymn(Tribute)

 

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