On September 22, 1969.

The_Band - The Band

On September 22, 1969, “Capitol” label released the second, self-titled Band studio album, also known as “The Brown Album”. It was recorded 1968 – 1969, at the “Pool House” in West Hollywood, and “The Hit Factory” in New York, and was produced by John Simon.


  • Rick Danko– bass guitar, fiddle, trombone, vocals
  • Levon Helm– drums, mandolin, rhythm guitar, vocals
  • Garth Hudson– electronic organ; clavinet; acoustic piano; accordion; melodica; soprano, tenor and baritone saxophones; slide trumpet; bass pedals
  • Richard Manuel– acoustic piano, drums, baritone saxophone, harmonica, vocals
  • Robbie Robertson– electric and acoustic guitars, engineer
  • John Simon– producer, tuba, electric piano, baritone horn, tenor saxophone, “high school and peck horns”, engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Robbie Robertson, except where noted.

  1. Across the Great Divide
  2. Rag Mama Rag
  3. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
  4. When You Awake – Richard Manuel, Robbie Robertson
  5. Up on Cripple Creek
  6. Whispering Pines – Richard Manuel, Robbie Robertson
  7. Jemima Surrender – Levon Helm, Robbie Roberston
  8. Rockin’ Chair
  9. Look Out Cleveland
  10. Jawbone – Richard Manuel, Robbie Robertson
  11. The Unfaithful Servant
  12. King Harvest



On September 16, 1988.


On September 16, 1988, “Parlaphone” label released “Spirit of Eden”, Talk Talk’s fourth album. Upon its release the album did not received critical acclaim or reached commercial succes, but it gained cult-status over the years and became highly influential.The album was recorded in 1987 and 1988, at the “Wessex Studios”, in London, and was produced by Tim Friese-Greene.


  • Mark Hollis– vocals, piano, organ, guitar
  • Lee Harris– drums
  • Paul Webb– electric bass guitar
  • Tim Friese-Greene– harmonium, piano, organ, guitar
  • Martin Ditcham – percussion
  • Robbie McIntosh– dobro, twelve-string guitar
  • Mark Feltham– harmonica
  • Simon Edwards– Mexican bass
  • Danny Thompson– double bass
  • Henry Lowther– trumpet
  • Nigel Kennedy– violin
  • Hugh Davies– shozygs
  • Andrew Stowell – bassoon
  • Michael Jeans – oboe
  • Andrew Marriner– clarinet
  • Christopher Hooker – cor anglais
  • Choir of Chelmsford Cathedral

Track listing:

All compositions by Tim Friese-Greene and Mark Hollis.

  1. The Rainbow
  2. Eden
  3. Desire
  4. Inheritance
  5. I believe in you
  6. Wealth

On September 16, 1985.


On September 16, 1985, “EMI Records” released “Hounds of Love”, the fifth Kate Bush studio album . It was recorded January 1984 – June 1985, at “Wickham Farm Home Studio” in Welling, and was produced by Kate Bush. ”Hounds of love” received critical acclaim on its release and became one of her bestselling albums ever.


  • Kate Bush– vocals, Fairlight CMI, piano
  • Stuart Elliott– drums
  • Del Palmer– bass, handclapping,backing vocals, Fairlight basson, Linn programming
  • Alan Murphy– guitar
  • Paddy Bush– violins, balalaika, backing vocals, didjeridu, harmonic vocals , fujara
  • Charlie Morgan– drums, handclapping
  • Jonathan Williams – cello
  • Youth– bass
  • Morris Pert– percussion
  • Eberhard Weber– bass
  • The Medici Sextet – strings
  • Dave Lawson– string arrangements
  • Brian Bath – backing vocal, guitar
  • John Carder Bush – backing vocals, narration
  • Dónal Lunny– bouzouki, Irish bouzouki
  • John Sheahan– whistles
  • Kevin McAlea– synthesiser sequences, synthesiser
  • Danny Thompson– double bass
  • Liam O’Flynn– uilleann pipes
  • The Richard Hickox Singers– choir
  • Richard Hickox– vocals, choir master
  • Michael Berkeley– vocal arrangements
  • John Williams– guitar

All tracks by Kate Bush.

  1. Running Up That Hill
  2. Hounds of Love
  3. The Big Sky
  4. Mother Stands for Comfort
  5. Cloudbusting
  6. And Dream of Sheep
  7. Under Ice
  8. Walking the Witch
  9. Watching You Without Me
  10. Jig of Life
  11. Hello Earth
  12. The Morning Fog

On September 16, 1977.

Talking Heads - 77

On September 16, 1977, “Sire” label released “77”, the debut Talking Heads album. It was recorded 1976 – 1977, at the “Sundragon Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Tony Bongiovi, Lance Quinn and Talking Heads. The album featured the composition “Psycho killer”, which became one of band’s most popular songs.  “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked “77” at number 290 on its list of “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.


  • David Byrne – guitar, vocals
  • Chris Frantz– drums
  • Jerry Harrison– guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Tina Weymouth– bass guitar

All tracks by David Byrne, except where noted.

  1. Uh-Oh, Love Comes to Town
  2. New Feeling
  3. Tentative Decisions
  4. Happy Day
  5. Who Is It
  6. No Compassion
  7. The Book I Read
  8. Don’t Worry About the Government
  9. First Week/Last Week..Carefree
  10. Psycho Killer – David Byrne, Chris Frantz, Tina Weymouth
  11. Pulled Up

On September 16, 1967.


On September 16, 1967, “Philips” label released “Scott”, the debut Scott Walker solo album. It was recorded in 1967, and was produced by John Franz. The album was released only six months after the release of the Walker Brothers third album “Images”, and was produced by John Franz. “Scott” is mixture of Walker’s original compositions and cover versions of compositions by other authors.


  • Scott Walker – vocals
  • Wally Stott– arrangements, conductor
  • Reg Guest – arrangements, conductor
  • Peter Knight– arrangements, conductor

Track listing:

  1. Mathilde – Jacques Brel, Gérard Jouannest and Mort Shuman
  2. Montague Terrace – Noel Scott Engel
  3. Angelica – Cynthia Well and Barry Mann
  4. The Lady came from Baltimore – Tim Hardin
  5. When Joanna loved me – Robert Wells and Jack Segal
  6. My death – Jacques Brell and Mort Shuman
  7. The Big hurt – Wayne Shankin
  8. Such a small love – Noel Scott Engel
  9. You’re gonna hear from me – Andre Previn and Dory Previn
  10. Through a long and sleepless night – Mark Gordon and Alfred Newman
  11. Always coming back to you – Noel Scott Engel
  12. Amsterdam – Jacques Brel and Mort Shuman


On September 15, 1978.


On September 15, 1978, “DiscReet” label released “Studio Tan”, the twenty – fourth Frank Zappa album. It was recorded from 1969, 1974 – 1976 at “The Record Plant” in Los Angeles; “Royce Hall”, “UCLA” and “Caribou Studios” in Nederland, Colorado and was produced by Frank Zappa.


  • Frank Zappa – guitar, vocals, percussion
  • George Duke– keyboards
  • John Berkman – piano
  • Tom Fowler– bass guitar
  • Terry Bozzio– drums
  • Davey Moire – vocals
  • Eddie Jobson– keyboards, yodeling
  • Max Bennett– bass guitar
  • Paul Humphrey– drums
  • Don Brewer– bongos
  • James “Bird Legs” Youmans – bass guitar
  • Ruth Underwood– percussion, synthesizer
  • Michael Zearott– conductor
  • Pamela Goldsmith – viola
  • Murray Adler – violin
  • Sheldon Sanov – violin
  • Jerry Kessler – cello
  • Edward Meares – upright bass
  • Bruce Fowler– trombone
  • Don Waldrop – trombone
  • Jock Ellis – trombone
  • Dana Hughes – bass trombone
  • Earle Dumler – oboe
  • JoAnn Caldwell McNab – bassoon
  • Mike Altschul – flute
  • Graham Young – trumpet
  • Jay Daversa – trumpet
  • Malcolm McNab– trumpet
  • Ray Reed – flute
  • Victor Morosco – saxophone
  • John Rotella – woodwind instruments
  • Alan Estes – percussion
  • Emil Richards– percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Frank Zappa.

  1. Greggery Peccary
  2. Let Me Take You to the Beach
  3. Revised Music for Guitar & Low-Budget Orchestra

On September 15, 1975.


On September 15, 1975, “Bearsville” label released “Fool for the City”, the fifth Foghat album . It was recorded in 1974 at the “Suntreader Studios” in Sharon, Vermont, and was produced by Nick Jameson. It was their most successful commercial album so far and featured band’s most popular song “Slow ride”.


  • Lonesome Dave Peverett- lead vocals, guitar
  • Rod “The Bottle” Price- guitar, slide guitar, steel guitar, vocals
  • Roger Earl- drums, percussion
  • Nick Jameson- bass guitar, keyboards, guitar, vocals
  • Tony Loew – photography
  • Tony Outeda – coordinator

Track listing:

  1. Fool for the City – Dave Peverett
  2. My Babe – Hatfield and Medley
  3. Slow Ride – Dave Peverett
  4. Terraplane Blues – Robert Johnson
  5. Save Your Loving – Rod Price, Dave Peverett
  6. Drive Me Home – Dave Peverett
  7. Take it or Leave it – Nick Jameson, Dave Peverett


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