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On July 2, 1996.

On July 2, 1996, “Interscope” label released “It’s Martini Time”, the fourth Reverend Horton Heat (The) album. It was recorded 1995 – 1996, at “Crystal Clear Studios” in Dallas, Texas, “The Village Recorder” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Thom Panunzio.

Personnel:

  • Jim “Reverend Horton” Heath – vocals, guitar
  • Jimbo Wallace – vocals, upright bass, fiddle
  • Scott Churilla – vocals, drums, percussion
  • Tim Alexander – piano, organ, accordion
  • Dan Phillips – steel guitar
  • Billy Pitman – guitar
  • Jim Lehnert – tenor sax, baritone sax
  • Gary Sweet – trumpet
  • Erik Swanson – trombone
  • Thom Panunzio – engineer, mixing
  • Keith Rust – assistant engineer, mixing
  • Terry Slemmons – assistant engineer
  • David Nottingham – assistant mixer
  • Chris Shaw – mixing
  • Robert Vosgien – mastering
  • Tony Ferguson – A&R
  • Unleashed – art direction
  • Richard Lee Smith, Jr. – additional illustration
  • Jennifer Broussard – photography
  • Marina Chavez – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Jim Heath except where noted.

  1. Big Red Rocket of Love
  2. Slow
  3. It’s Martini Time
  4. Generation Why
  5. Slingshot – Jim Heath, Jimbo Wallace, Scott Churilla
  6. Time to Pray
  7. Crooked Cigarette
  8. Rock the Joint – Crafton, Keene, Bagby
  9. Cowboy Love
  10. Now, Right Now
  11. Spell On Me
  12. Or Is It Just Me
  13. Forbidden Jungle
  14. That’s Showbiz

On June 27, 1995.

On June 27, 1995, “Avex” label released “Mirror Mirror”, the eleventh and final 10cc album. It was recorded 1975, 1985, 1981, and was produced by Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman, Adrian Lee and Rod Gammons.

Personnel:

  • Eric Stewart — lead and backing vocals, lead guitar, keyboards, percussion
  • Graham Gouldman — lead and backing vocals, guitars, bass guitar, percussion, mandolin
  • Rick Fenn — lead guitar
  • Steve Pigott — keyboard, drum programming
  • Gary Wallis — drums, percussion
  • Kevin Godley — bass drum, musical box, backing vocals
  • Lol Creme — grand piano, backing vocals
  • Adrian Lee — bass, programming, arrangements, keyboard, brass section, percussion, accordion, vibes, acoustic guitar, backing vocals
  • Paul McCartney — rhythm guitar, strings, electric piano, frogs, crickets, percussion
  • Andrew Gold — lead and backing vocals
  • Ian Thomas — drums
  • Gary Barnacle — saxophone
  • Peter Thoms — trombone
  • Lise Aferiat, Nicola Burton – violin
  • Chris Goldscheider – viola
  • Patrick Jones – cello
  • Andrew Hines – cello

Track listing:

  1. Yvonne’s the One – Paul McCartney, Eric Stewart
  2. Code of Silence – Eric Stewart
  3. Blue Bird – Graham Gouldman
  4. Age of Consent – Eric Stewart
  5. Take This Woman – Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldon
  6. The Monkey and the Onion – Graham Gouldman, Tim Rice
  7. Everything Is Not Enough – Eric Stewart
  8. Ready to Go Home – Andrew Gold, Graham Gouldman
  9. Grow Old with Me – Graham Gouldman
  10. Margo Wants the Mustard – Eric Stewart
  11. Peace in Our Time – Graham Gouldman, Steve Pigott
  12. Why Did I Break Your Heart – Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman
  13. Now You’re Gone – Graham Gouldman
  14. I’m Not in Love (acoustic version 95’) – Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman

On May 23, 1995.

On May 23, 1995, “Giant” label released “Mutineer”, the ninth Warren Zevon studio album. It was recorded in 1994, and was produced by Warren Zevon.

Personnel:

  • Warren Zevon – vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards, percussion
  • Peter Asher – additional vocals
  • Rosemary Butler – additional vocals
  • Jorge Calderón – bass guitar, additional vocals
  • Bruce Hornsby – accordion
  • Larry Klein – bass
  • David Lindley – fiddle, cittern 
  • Michael Wolff – keyboards
  • Duncan Aldrich – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Warren Zevon, except where noted.

  1. Seminole Bingo – Carl Hiaasen, Warren Zevon
  2. Something Bad Happened to a Clown
  3. Similar to Rain
  4. The Indifference of Heaven
  5. Jesus Was a Cross Maker – Judee Sill
  6. Poisonous Lookalike
  7. Piano Fighter
  8. Rottweiler Blues – Carl Hiaasen, Warren Zevon
  9. Monkey Wash Donkey Rinse – Duncan Aldrich, Warren Zevon
  10. Mutineer

On May 21, 1996.

On May 21, 1996, “Warner Music Canada” label released “Open Heart Symphony”, the eight Spirit of the West album. It was recorded in May 1995, at “Orpheum Theatre” and “Mushroom Studios” in Vancouver, Canada, and was produced by Cliff Jones, John Mann, Geoffrey Kelly, Hugh McMillan, Vince Ditrich, Tobin Frank, J. Knutson, Matthew Harder,

Personnel:

  • John Mann – vocals, guitar
  • Geoffrey Kelly – guitars, flutes and bodhran
  • Hugh McMillan – guitars, bass, banjo, trombone, mandolins, Chapman stick, piano, keyboards
  • J. Knutson – vocals
  • Tobin Frank – bass
  • Vince Ditrich – drums
  • George Blondheim – piano
  • The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra
  • George Blondheim – orchestra arrangements
  • Clyde Mitchell – conductor
  • Brian Larson, Cam Wilson – violin, fiddle
  • Charles Inkman – cello
  • Reg Quiring – viola
  • Clyde Mitchell – French horn
  • Rob Nevaleinen – monitor engineer
  • Don Harder, Greg Reely – live recordings engineer
  • Brian Chanpong, Glen Reely, John Henderson – live recordings engineer assistant
  • Pete Wonsiak – recording assistant
  • Greg Reely – recording, mixing
  • Brian K. Lee – mastering
  • John Rummen – artwork, design
  • Petra Erstenuk – violin/heart drawing
  • Dwayne Brown – cover photography
  • David Cooper – live performances photography

Track listing:

All tracks John Mann and Geoffrey Kelly, except where noted.

  1. Williamson’s Garage
  2. Daisy’s Dead
  3. Frankfurt, I’m Sorry
  4. Christmas Eve – traditional
  5. Resurrection
  6. The Miller’s Daughter – Geoffrey Kelly
  7. Bare Branches
  8. Strange Bedfellows
  9. Kiss and Tell
  10. Milk, Tea and Oranges
  11. Let the Ass Bray

On April 30, 1996.

On April 30, 1996, “Rykodisc” and “Creation” labels released the self-titled, third Bob Mould album. It was recorded September – November 1995, and was produced by Bob Mould.

Personnel:

  • Bob Mould – vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, loops, artwork
  • Jim Wilson – engineer
  • Andy Katz – assistant engineer
  • Phil Magnotti – assistant engineer
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering
  • Barbara Longo – artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by Bob Mould

  1. Anymore Time Between
  2. I Hate Alternative Rock
  3. Fort Knox, King Solomon
  4. Next Time That You Leave
  5. Egøverride
  6. Thumbtack
  7. Hair Stew
  8. Deep Karma Canyon
  9. Art Crisis
  10. Roll Over and Die

On April 23, 1996.

On April 23, 1996, “Matador” label released “Telephono”, the debut Spoon studio album. It was recorded in 1995, and was produced by John Croslin.

Personnel:

  • Britt Daniel – vocals, guitar
  • Andy Maguire – bass, backing vocals
  • Jim Eno – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Britt Daniel, except where noted.

  1. Don’t Buy the Realistic
  2. Not Turning Off
  3. All the Negatives Have Been Destroyed
  4. Cvantez
  5. Nefarious
  6. Claws Tracking – Britt Daniel, Andy Maguire
  7. Dismember
  8. Idiot Driver
  9. Towner
  10. Wanted to Be Your
  11. Theme to Wendel Stivers
  12. Primary
  13. The Government Darling
  14. Plastic Mylar

On April 11, 1995.

On April 11, 1995, “RCA” label released “You’d Prefer an Astronaut”, the third Hum studio album. It was recorded 1994 – 1995, at “Playground” in Chicago, “Pachyderm Studio” in Cannon Falls, Minnesota, and was produced by Keith Cleversley, Matt Talbott, Jeff Dimpsey, Tim Lash and Bryan St. Pere.

Personnel:

  • Matt Talbott – vocals, guitar
  • Tim Lash – guitar
  • Jeff Dimpsey – bass
  • Bryan St. Pere – drums

Track listing:

  1. Little Dipper
  2. The Pod
  3. Stars
  4. Suicide Machine
  5. The Very Old Man
  6. Why I Like the Robins
  7. I’d Like Your Hair Long
  8. I Hate It Too
  9. Songs of Farewell and Departure

On April 3, 1995.

On April 3, 1995, “Virgin” label released “Thrak” the eleventh King Crimson studio album. It was recorded October – December 1994, and was produced by David Bottrill, Belew, Bill Bruford, Fripp, Trey Gunn, Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto.

Personnel:

  • Robert Fripp – electric guitar, Mellotron, soundscapes
  • Adrian Belew – lead vocals, acoustic and electric guitars
  • Tony Levin – bass guitar, Chapman Stick, electric upright bass, backing vocals
  • Trey Gunn – Chapman Stick, Warr guitar, backing vocals
  • Bill Bruford – drums, percussion
  • Pat Mastelotto – drums, percussion
  • David Bottrill – production, recording

Track listing:

All lyrics by Adrian Belew, except where noted, all music by Adrian Belew, Bill Bruford, Fripp, Trey Gunn, Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto.

  1. Vroom
  2. Cod: Marine 475 – lyrics by Robert Fripp
  3. Dinosaur
  4. Walking on Air
  5. B’Boom
  6. Thrak
  7. Inner Garden I
  8. People
  9. Radio I
  10. One Time
  11. Radio II
  12. Inner Garden II
  13. Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream
  14. Vrooom Vrooom
  15. Vrooom Vrooom: Coda

On March 28, 1995.

On March 28, 1995, “Mammoth” and “Atlantic” labels released “Only Everything” the third Juliana Hatfield studio album. It was recorded in 1994, and was produced by Juliana Hatfield, Sean Slade and Paul Q. Kolderie.

Personnel:

  • Juliana Hatfield – vocals, guitar, bass guitar, keyboards
  • Dean Fisher – bass guitar
  • Josh Freese – drums
  • Mike Levesque – drums
  • Paul Q. Kolderie – drum machine
  • Sean Slade – drum machine, clavinet, engineer, mixing
  • Jim Fitting – baritone saxophone
  • Walter Sear – theremin
  • Paul Q. Kolderie – engineer, mixing
  • Edward Douglas, Bill Emmons, Fred Kevorkian, Carl Plaster – engineer assistant
  • Thomas Bricker – art direction
  • Michael Lavine – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Juliana Hatfield.

  1. What a Life
  2. Fleur de Lys
  3. Universal heart-Beat
  4. Dumb Fun
  5. Live on Tomorrow
  6. Dying Proof
  7. Bottles and Flowers
  8. Outsider
  9. Ok Ok
  10. Congratulations
  11. Hang Down from Heaven
  12. My Darling
  13. Simplicity is Beautiful
  14. You Blues

On March 14, 1995.

On March 14, 1995, “Atlantic” label released the self-titled, second Collective Soul studio album. It was recorded October – December 1994, at “Criteria Studios” in Miami, Florida, and was produced by Ed Roland and Matt Serletic.

Personnel:

  • Ed Roland – lead vocals, guitars
  • Ross Childress – lead guitar, background vocals
  • Dean Roland – rhythm guitar
  • Will Turpin – bass, background vocals
  • Shane Evans – drums
  • Janet Clippard – contrabass
  • Luis Enrique – percussion
  • Steven Sigurdson – cello
  • David Chappell – viola
  • Geremy Miller – violin
  • John DiPuccio – violin
  • Jackie Johnson – background vocals
  • Bertram Brown – background vocals
  • Becky Russell – background vocals
  • Greg Archilla – engineer
  • Malcolm Springer – second engineer
  • Bjorn Thorsrud – second engineer
  • Tom Gordon – assistant engineer
  • Bob Clearmountain – mixing

 Track listing:

All tracks by Ed Roland, except where noted.

  1. Simple – Ed Roland, Ross Childress
  2. Untitled
  3. The World I Know – Ed Roland, Ross Childress
  4. Smashing Young Man
  5. December
  6. Where the Rivers Flows
  7. Gel
  8. She Gathers Rain
  9. When the Water Falls
  10. Collection of Goods
  11. Bleed
  12. Reunion