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On August 31, 1999.

On August 31, 1999, “Outpost” label released “Days of the New” (The Green album or Days of the New II), the second Days of the New studio album. It was recorded in 1999, at “Distillery Sound Studios” in Louisville, “Louie’s Clubhouse” and “Ocean Way Recording” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Travis Meeks and Todd Smith.

Personnel:

  • Travis Meeks: lead vocals, guitar
  • Max Maxwell: drums
  • Pete Peterson: arrangements
  • Peter Rhee: drums
  • Ray Rizzo: percussion
  • Nicole Scherzinger: backing vocals
  • Carl Shields: drums
  • Matt Taul: drums
  • Alex Tench: backing vocals
  • Brian Vinson: bass
  • Orchestra conducted and arranged – Suzie Katayama
  • Rick Baptist, Charles Boito, Eve Butler, Jon Clarke, Larry Corbett, Mario DeLeon, Joel Derouin, Virginia Frazer, Matthew J. Funes, Geraldo Hilera, Steven M. Holtman, Ronald Janelli, John T. Johnson, Renita Koven, Daniel Smith, David Stone, John Wittenberg, Phillip E. Yao – choir members
  • Choir – Sandie Hall, Linda Harmon, Luana Jackman, Victor Janacua, Bob Joyce, Jon Joyce, Rick Logan, Suzie Katayama, Donna Medina, Oren Waters
  • Todd Smith, Mike Baker, Clark Hagan – engineers
  • Scott Litt, Travis Meeks, Todd Smith – mixing
  • Greg Fidelman – digital engineering
  • Victor Janacua, Bill McCord, Al Sanderson, Alex Tench – second engineers
  • Jeral Tidwell – creative direction
  • Chip Dumstorf – art and digital direction
  • Jeral Tidwell – illustrations
  • Chip Dumstorf , Travis Meeks – design
  • Theresa Carpenter, Chaz Rough, Larry Smith – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Travis Meeks except where noted.

  1. Flight Response
  2. The Real – Travis Meeks, Todd Whitener
  3. Enemy
  4. Weapon & the Wound
  5. Skeleton Key
  6. Take Me Back Then
  7. Bring Yourself
  8. I Think
  9. Longfellow
  10. Untitled
  11. Phobics of Tragedy
  12. Not the Same
  13. Provider
  14. Last One – Travis Meeks, Todd Whitener
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On August 24, 1999.

On August 24, 1999, Feist self-released their debut album “Monarch (Lay Your Jewelled Head Down)”. It was recorded 1998 – 1999, in Toronto, and was produced by Dan Kurtz.

Personnel:

  • Leslie Feist – vocals, guitar
  • Jamie Shields – keyboards
  • Dan Kurtz – bass
  • Josh Hicks – drums
  • Daniel Stone – percussion
  • Jurij Konje – percussion
  • Daddy Szigeti – string arrangements
  • Akiko Kojima, Sandy Baron – violin
  • Pam Bettger – viola
  • Alex Mac Master – cello
  • Martin Tielli, Andrew Whiteman – guitar
  • Simon Craig – percussion
  • José Contreras- guitar
  • Jason Beck- melodica
  • Dan Kurtz- recording, mixing
  • Eric Ratz – recording
  • Glen Marshall – mixing
  • Noah Mintz – mastering

Track listing:

 

All tracks by Leslie Feist, except: where noted.

  1. It’s Cool to Love Your Family
  2. The Onliest
  3. La Sirena
  4. One Year A.D.
  5. Monarch
  6. That’s What I Say, It’s Not What I Mean
  7. Flight #303
  8. Still True
  9. The Mast
  10. New Torch – Jason Beck

On August 10, 1999.

On August 10, 1999, “CMC International” label released “Edge of Forever”, the tenth Lynyrd Skynyrd studio album. It was recorded in 1999, and was produced by Ron Nevison.

Personnel:

  • Johnny Van Zant- vocals, harmonica
  • Gary Rossington- lead, rhythm, slide and acoustic guitars
  • Billy Powell- piano, keyboards
  • Leon Wilkeson- bass
  • Rickey Medlocke– vocals, lead, rhythm, slide and acoustic guitars, harmonica
  • Hughie Thomasson– vocals, lead, rhythm, slide and acoustic guitars
  • Kenny Aronoff– drums
  • Dale Krantz-Rossington, Carol Chase – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Workin’ – Rickey Medlocke, Gary Rossington, Hughie Thomasson, Johnny Van Zant
  2. Full Moon Night – Rickey Medlocke, Gary Rossington, Hughie Thomasson, Johnny Van Zant
  3. Preacher Man – Rickey Medlocke, Gary Rossington, Hughie Thomasson, Johnny Van Zant
  4. Mean Streets – Rickey Medlocke, Gary Rossington, Hughie Thomasson, Johnny Van Zant
  5. Tomorrow’s Goodbye – Gary Burr, Rickey Medlocke, Gary Rossington, Hughie Thomasson, Johnny Van Zant
  6. Edge of Forever – Rickey Medlocke, Jim Peterik, Johnny Van Zant
  7. Gone Fishin’ – Rickey Medlocke, Gary Rossington, Hughie Thomasson, Johnny Van Zant
  8. Through It All – Jim Peterik, Johnny Van Zant, Robert White Johnson
  9. Money Back Guarantee – Rickey Medlocke, Gary Rossington, Hughie Thomasson, Johnny Van Zant
  10. W.T.G.G.- Rickey Medlocke, Gary Rossington, Hughie Thomasson, Johnny Van Zant
  11. Rough Around the Edges – Rickey Medlocke, Gary Rossington, Hughie Thomasson, Johnny Van Zant
  12. FLA – Rickey Medlocke, Gary Rossington, Hughie Thomasson, Johnny Van Zant

 

On August 3, 1999.

On August 3, 1999, “Rounder” label released “Forget About It”, the eighth Alison Krauss studio album. It was recorded in 1999, at “Emerald Sound Studios” and “Seventeen Grand Recording” in Nashville, Tennessee, and was produced by Alison Krauss and Union Station.

Personnel:

  • Alison Krauss– vocals, harmony vocals, fiddle
  • Viktor Krauss– bass
  • Barry Bales– bass, harmony vocals
  • Jim Keltner– drums
  • Kenny Malone– drums
  • Pat Bergeson– guitar
  • Ron Block– guitar, harmony vocals
  • Sam Bush– mandolin, slide mandolin, harmony vocals
  • Lyle Lovett, Evelyn Cox, Sidney Cox, Suzanne Cox, Dolly Parton– harmony vocals
  • Jerry Douglas– dobro, lap steel guitar
  • Joey Miskulin– accordion
  • Matt Rollings– piano
  • Dan Tyminski– guitar, harmony vocals
  • Gary Paczosa– engineer, mixing
  • Doug Sax– mastering
  • Sandy Jenkins – engineer, assistant engineer
  • Thomas “Snake” Johnson – engineer, assistant engineer
  • Tim Waters – assistant engineer
  • Chuck Turner, Tracy Martinson – digital editing
  • Matthew Barnes – photography
  • Nancy Given – art direction, design

Track listing:

  1. Stay – Larry Byrom, Allyson Taylor
  2. Forget About It -Robert Lee Castleman
  3. It Wouldn’t Have Made Any Difference – Todd Rundgren
  4. Maybe – Gordon Kennedy, Phil Madeira
  5. Empty Hearts – Michael McDonald, Michael Johnson
  6. Never Got Off the Ground – Danny O’Keefe
  7. Ghost in This House – Hugh Prestwood
  8. It Don’t Matter Now – Michael McDonald
  9. That Kind of Love – Pat Bergeson, Michael McDonald
  10. Could You Lie – Ron Block
  11. Dreaming My Dreams With You – Allen Reynolds

On July 27, 1996.

On July 27, 1999, “Capricorn” label released “Til the Medicine Takes”, the sixth Widespread Panic studio album. It was recorded in January 1999, and was produced by John Keanem.

Personnel:

  • John Bell– vocals, guitar
  • John Hermann– vocals, keyboards
  • Michael Houser– vocals, guitar
  • Todd Nance– vocals, drums
  • Domingo S. Ortiz– percussion
  • Dave Schools– basses, acid loop
  • Anne Richmond Boston – background vocals
  • Colin Butler– turntables
  • Efrem Towns, Kevin Harris, Roger Lewis, Julius McKee, Gregory Davis, Corey Henry– horns
  • Josh Hauser – trombone
  • Dave Henry. Ned Henry – strings
  • John Keane- pedal steel guitar, banjo, keyboards
  • Dottie Peoples – vocals
  • John Keane – engineer, mixing
  • Matt Coby, Rob Haddock – assistant engineer
  • David Farrell, Bradshaw Leigh– engineer
  • Ted Jensen– mastering
  • Joel Morris – sheet music
  • Jim Scott – mixing
  • Flournoy Holmes – artwork, art direction, design, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by John Bell, John Hermann, Michael Houser, Todd Nance, Domingo S. Ortiz and Dave Schools, except where noted.

  1. Surprise Valley
  2. Bear’s Gone Fishin’
  3. Climb to Safety – Jerry Joseph, Glen Esparanza
  4. Blue Indian
  5. The Walker
  6. Party At Your Mama’s House
  7. Dyin’ Man
  8. You’ll Be Fine
  9. One Arm Steve
  10. Christmas Katie
  11. All Time Low
  12. Nobody’s Loss

On July 12, 1999.

On July 12, 1999, “Island” label released “Before the Calm”, the debut Witness album. It was recorded 1998–1999 at “Rockfield Studios” in Wales, and was produced by Phil Vinall.

Personnel:

  • Gerard Starkie – vocals, guitars
  • Ray Chan – guitars
  • Dylan Keeton – bass
  • John Langley – drums
  • Julian Pransky-Poole – additional instrumentation
  • Paul Read – engineer
  • Phelan Kane – programming

Track listing:

All tracks by Gerard Starke, Ray Chan, Dylan Keeton and John Langley, except where noted.

  1. Second Life
  2. Scars
  3. Freezing Over Morning
  4. Hijacker
  5. My Own Old Song
  6. So Far Gone
  7. Cause and Effect
  8. Heirloom – Gerard Starke, Ray Chan, Dylan Keeton, John Langley,, Harte
  9. Audition
  10. My Friend Will See Me Through
  11. Still

 

On July 11, 2000.

On July 11, 2000, “Magna Carta” label released “Somewhere to Elsewhere”, the fourteenth Kansas studio album. It was recorded in 1999, at “GrandyZine Recording Co.” in Berryton, Kansas, and was produced by Kerry Livgren, Phil Ehart and Rich Williams.

Personnel:

  • Steve Walsh– lead and backing vocals
  • Kerry Livgren- guitars, keyboards, engineer, mixing
  • Robby Steinhardt- violin, viola, lead and backing vocals
  • Rich Williams- guitars
  • Billy Greer- bass guitar, lead and backing vocals
  • Dave Hope- bass guitar
  • Phil Ehart- drums
  • Jake Livgren, Jessica Livgren – additional background vocals
  • Brad Aaron – engineer, mixing

Track listing:

All songs by Kerry Livgren.

  1. Icarus II
  2. When the World Was Young
  3. Grand Fun Alley
  4. The Coming Dawn (Thanatopsis)
  5. Myriad
  6. Look at the Time
  7. Disappearing Skin Tight Blues
  8. Distant Vision
  9. Byzantium
  10. Not Man Big – (1:00 of silence)
  11. Geodesic Dome (hidden track)