On March 10. 1980.

Billy_Joel_-_Glass_Houses

On March 10, 1980, “Family Productions/ Columbia” label released “Glass Houses”, the seventh Billy Joel studio album. “Glass Houses” was recorded in 1979 and was produced by Phil Ramone. The album was commercial success with sales of 7.1 million copies in the US alone. In 1981, Joel won a “Grammy Award” for “Best Male Rock Vocal Performance” for his work on Glass Houses.

Personnel:

  • Billy Joel– acoustic piano, synthesizers, harmonica, electric pianos, accordion, vocals
  • David Brown – acoustic& electric guitars
  • Richie Cannata– saxophones, organs, flute
  • Liberty DeVitto– drums & percussion
  • Russell Javors– acoustic & electric guitars
  • Doug Stegmeyer– bass guitar
  • Jim Houghton – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Billy Joel.

  1. You May Be Right
  2. Sometimes a Fantasy
  3. Don’t Ask Me Why
  4. It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me
  5. All for Leyna
  6. I Don’t Want to Be Alone
  7. Sleeping with the Television On
  8. C’était Toi (You Were the One)
  9. Close to the Borderline
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On March 10, 1978.

Buzzcocks_-_Another_Music_In_A_Different_Kitchen

On March 10, 1978, “United Artists” label released “Another Music in a Different Kitchen”, the debut Buzzcocks studio album. It was recorded in December 1977 and January 1978, at “Olympic Studios” in London, and was produced by Martin Rushent.

Personnel:

  • Pete Shelley– lead guitar, lead vocals
  • Steve Diggle– rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Steve Garvey– bass guitar
  • John Maher– drums, percussion
  • Malcolm Garrett– sleeve design

Track listing:

  1. Fast Cars – Howard Devoto,Steve Diggle and Pete Shelley
  2. No Reply – Pete Shelley
  3. You Tear Me Up – Howard Devoto and Pete Shelley
  4. Get on Our Own – Pete Shelley
  5. Love Battery – Howard Devoto and Pete Shelley
  6. Sixteen – Pete Shelley
  7. I Don’t Mind – Pete Shelley
  8. Fiction Romance – Pete Shelley
  9. Autonomy – Steve Diggle
  10. I Need – Steve Diggle and Pete Shelley
  11. Moving Away from the Pulsebeat – Pete Shelley

 

On March 10, 1972.

Jethro Tull Thick As A Brick

On March 10, 1972, “Chrysalis” label released “Thick as a Brick”, the fifth Jethro Tull studio album. “Thick as a Brick” was recorded in December 1971, at “Morgan Studios” in London, and was produced by Ian Anderson.

Personnel:

  • Ian Anderson– lead vocals, acoustic guitar, flute, violin, trumpet, saxophone, art cover
  • Martin Barre– electric guitar, lute
  • John Evan– organ, piano, harpsichord, art cover
  • Jeffrey Hammond(as “Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond”) – bass guitar, spoken words, art cover
  • Barriemore Barlow– drums, percussion, timpani
  • David Palmer– Orchestral arrangements[13]

Track listing:

All tracks by Ian Anderson.

  1. Thick as a Brick, Part I
  2. Thick as a Brick, Part II

 

On March 10, 1972.

Thin_Lizzy_-_Shades_of_a_Blue_Orphanage

On March 10, 1972, “Decca” label released “Shades of a Blue Orphanage”, the second Thin Lizzy studio album. It was recorded in 1971, and was produced by Nick Tauber.

Personnel:

  • Phil Lynott– vocals, bass guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Eric Bell– lead guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Brian Downey– drums, percussion
  • Clodagh Simonds– harpsichord, keyboards, mellotron

Track listing:

All tracks by Phil Lynott, except where noted.

  1. The Rise and Dear Demise of the Funky Nomadic Tribes – Phil Lynott,Eric Bell, Brian Downey
  2. Buffalo Gal
  3. I Don’t Want to Forget How to Jive
  4. Sarah
  5. Brought Down
  6. Baby Face
  7. Chatting Today
  8. Call the Police
  9. Shades of a Blue Orphanage

 

On March 10, 1967.

Aretha_Franklin_–_I_Never_Loved_a_Man_the_Way_I_Love_You

On March 10, 1967, “Atlantic” label released “I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You”, the eleventh Aretha Franklin studio album. It was recorded in January and February, 1967 at “Fame Studio”, “Muscle Shoals” and “Atlantic Recording Studios”, in New York, and was produced by Jerry Wexler.  In 2003, magazine “Rolling Stone” ranked the album at number 83 ranking on its list of the “500 greatest albums of all time”.

Personnel:

  • Aretha Franklin – piano, vocals
  • King Curtis– tenor saxophone
  • Carolyn Franklin– background vocals
  • Erma Franklin- background vocals
  • Cissy Houston– background vocals
  • Willie Bridges – baritone saxophone
  • Charles Chalmers– tenor saxophone
  • Gene Chrisman – drums
  • Tommy Cogbill– bass
  • Jimmy Johnson– guitar
  • Melvin Lastie – trumpet, cornet
  • Chips Moman– guitar
  • Dewey Oldham– keyboards

Track listing:

  1. Respect – Otis Redding
  2. Drown in My Own Tears – Henry Glover
  3. I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You) – Ronnie Shannon
  4. Soul Serenade – Curtis Ousley and Luther Dixon
  5. Don’t Let Me Lose This Dream – Aretha Franklin and Ted White
  6. Baby, Baby, Baby – Aretha Franklin and Carolyn Franklin
  7. Dr. Feelgood (Love Is a Serious Business – Aretha Franklin and Ted White
  8. Good Times – Sam Cooke
  9. Do Right Woman, Do Right Man – Dan Penn and Chips Moman
  10. Save Me – Curtis Ousley, Aretha Franklin and Carolyn Franklin
  11. A Change Is Gonna Come – Sam Cooke

 

On March 9, 1999.

Summerteeth

On March 9, 1999, “Reprise” label “Summerteeth”, the third “Wilco” studio album. “Summerteeth” was recorded from August 1997 to November 1998, at “Pedernales Recording Studio” in Spicewood, Texas, and was produced by Wilco.

Personnel:

  • Jeff Tweedy– vocals, electric guitar, backing vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica, 12-string guitar, synthesizers, baritone guitar, claps , bass guitar, tambourine, toy harp, bowed and tremolo guitars
  • Jay Bennett– piano, keyboards, bells, percussion, backing vocals, electric guitar, tambourine, lap steel, synthesizers, drums, Farfisa, bass drum, bass guitar, baritone guitar, e-bow guitar, claps, banjo, organ, Moog, slide bass, tiple
  • John Stirratt– bass guitar, backing vocals, piano
  • Ken Coomer– drums, timpani
  • Leroy Bach– piano
  • Dave Crawford – trumpet
  • Mark Greenberg – vibraphone
  • David Campbell— String arrangements
  • Lawrence Azerrad – artwork, graphic design

Track listing:

  1. Can’t Stand It – Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett
  2. She’s a Jar – Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett
  3. A Shot in the Arm – Jeff Tweedy, Jay Bennett John Stirratt
  4. We’re Just Friends – Jeff Tweedy, Jay Bennett and John Stirratt
  5. I’m Always in Love – Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett
  6. Nothing’severgonnastandinmyway (again) – Jeff Tweedy, Jay Bennett and John Stirratt
  7. Pieholden Suite – Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett
  8. How to Fight Loneliness – Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett
  9. Via Chicago – Jeff Tweedy
  10. ELT – Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett
  11. My Darling – Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett
  12. When You Wake Up Feeling Old – Jeff Tweedy
  13. Summer Teeth – Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett
  14. In a Future Age – Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett
  15. 23 seconds of silence – silence, hidden track
  16. Candyfloss – hidden track – Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett
  17. A Shot in the Arm – alternate version, hidden track – Jeff Tweedy, Jay Bennett and John Stirratt

 

On March 9, 1999.

Fb-pistolero

On March 9, 1999, “SpinART” released “Pistolero”, the second Frank Black and the Catholics album. “Pistolero” was recorded in 1998, and was produced by Nick Vincent.

Personnel:

  • Frank Black – vocals, guitar
  • Scott Boutier– drums
  • David McCaffery– bass, vocals
  • Rich Gilbert– lead guitar
  • Billy Bowers – recording engineer

Track listing:

  1. Bad Harmony
  2. I Switched You
  3. Western Star
  4. Tiny Heart
  5. You’re Such a Wire
  6. I Love Your Brain
  7. Smoke Up
  8. Billy Radcliffe
  9. So Hard to Make Things Out
  10. 85 Weeks
  11. I Think I’m Starting to Lose It
  12. I Want Rock & Roll
  13. Skeleton Man
  14. Bay

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