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On August 15, 2013.

On August 15, 2013, Days Between Stations self released “In Extremis”, band’s second album.

Personnel:

  • Sepand Samzadeh– synthesizer, guitar
  • Oscar Fuentes – synthesizer, piano, acoustic guitar
  • Peter Banks – 2nd lead and rhythm guitar
  • Billy Sherwood– lead vocals, drums
  • Matt Bradford – dobro
  • Tony Levin– bass
  • Rick Wakeman- keyboard solo
  • Colin Moulding- lead vocals
  • Ali Nouri – tar solo
  • Jeffery Samzadeh – sonati vocals
  • The Barbershop Quartet – Pat Claypool, Matt Gray, Eric Orr, David Rakita
  • Chris Tedesco and The Angel City Orchestra
  • Paul Whitehead – artwork, layout

Track listing:

All music by Sepand Samzadeh and Oscar Fuentes. All lyrics by Sepand Samzadeh, Oscar Fuentes and Billy Sherwood.

  1. No Cause For Alarm
  2. In Utero
  3. Visionary
  4. Blackfoot
  5. The Man Who Died Two Time
  6. Waltz In E Minor
  7. Eggshell Man
  8. In Extremis
  • Part I: Mass
  • Part II: On The Ground
  • Part III: A Requiem
  • Part IV: Writing on Water
  • Part V: Overland
  • Part VI: Traveler
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On August 6, 2013.

On August 6, 2013, “Good Records” and “Kirtland” labels released “Yes, It’s True”, the fourth   Polyphonic Spree studio album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Tim DeLaughter, The Speakers, John Congleton, Philip E Karnats and Julie A. Doyle.

Personnel:

  • Kelly Test – glockenspiel, marimba, percussion, shaker, suspended cymbals, tambourine, timpani, triangle, tubular bells, wood block
  • Tim DeLaughter – vocals, beats, guitar, Linn drum, piano, sampling, artwork
  • Eric Drew Feldman – bass, piano, keyboards
  • Jason Garner – drums
  • Tim Palmer – guitar, keyboards, background vocals, mixing
  • Cory Helms – guitar
  • Philip E Karnats – guitar
  • Mark Pirro – bass guitar
  • Bryan Wakeland – drums
  • Sean Redman – steel drums, violin
  • Matt Bricker – trumpet
  • Mike St. Clair – trombone
  • Heather Test – French horn
  • Jim Lenhart – baritone saxophone
  • Audrey Easley – flute, piccolo
  • Jessie Hester – piano, choir
  • Buffi Jacobs – cello, choir
  • Tamara Cauble – violin, choir
  • Jessica Jordan – choir
  • Jennie Kelley – choir
  • Jenny Kirtland – choir
  • Julie Doyle – choir
  • Natalie Young – choir
  • John Congleton – engineer
  • Casey Dilorio – engineer
  • Stuart Sikes – engineer
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Jonathon Kimbrell – artwork, layout, typography

Track listing:

All tracks by Tim DeLaughter, except where noted.

  1. You Don’t Know Me
  2. Popular by Design – Tim DeLaughter, Julie A. Doyle
  3. Hold Yourself Up – Tim DeLaughter, Julie Doyle
  4. Carefully Try
  5. You’re Golden
  6. Heart Talk
  7. Blurry up the Lines
  8. Let Them Be
  9. Raise Your Head
  10. What Would You Do? – Tim DeLaughter, Julie Doyle
  11. Battlefield – hidden track

On July 31, 2015.

On July 31, 2015, “Fiction Records” label released “Marks to Prove”, the fourth and final Maccabees studio album. It was recorded September 2013 – February 2015, at “Elephant Studios”, and was produced by Laurie Latham, Orlando Weeks, Hugo White, Felix White, Sam Doyle and Rupert Jarvis.

Personnel:

  • Orlando Weeks – vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Hugo White – guitars, backing vocals
  • Felix White – guitars, backing vocals
  • Sam Doyle – drums, percussion, portrait photography
  • Rupert Jarvis – bass
  • Fabiana Palladino – piano
  • Geraint Watkins – piano
  • Rebekah Raa – piano, background vocals
  • Mike Davis – bass, trumpet
  • Paul Burton – bass
  • Kenji Fenton – bass
  • Laurie Latham – percussion
  • Stephanie Oyerinde – background vocals
  • Polly Mackey – background vocals
  • Sam White – background vocals
  • Iain Harvie – string arrangements
  • Go De Jong – design
  • David Busfield – cover photo
  • Pooneh Ghana – portrait photography
  • James Caddick – photography
  • James Cronin – photography
  • Andy Goldsworthy – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Orlando Weeks, Hugo White, Felix White, Sam Doyle and Rupert Jarvis.

  1. Marks to Prove It
  2. Kamakura
  3. Ribbon Road
  4. Spit It Out
  5. Silence
  6. River Song
  7. Slow Sun
  8. Something Like Happiness
  9. WW1 Portraits
  10. Pioneering Systems
  11. Dawn Chorus

On July 30, 2013.

On July 30, 2013, “Rusted Blue Records” label released “About Farewell”, the fourth Alela Diane studio album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Alela Diane and John Askew.

Personnel:

  • Alela Diane – vocals, guitar, photography
  • John Askew – electric guitar, bass, mellotron, engineer,mixing
  • Heather Woods Broderick – keyboards, flute, arranger
  • Tom Menig – guitar, bass
  • Dave Hartley – bass, drums
  • Neal Morgan – percussion
  • Kelly Christ – violin, viola
  • Steve Landsverk – viola
  • Galen Cohen – cello
  • Ben Landsverk – strings
  • Holcombe Waller – strings arrangement
  • Joe Bisirri – engineer
  • Roger Seibel – mastering
  • Diane Chonette – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Alela Diane.

  1. Colorado Blue
  2. About Farewell
  3. The Way We Fall
  4. Nothing I Can Do
  5. Lost Land
  6. I Thought I Knew
  7. Before the Leaving
  8. Hazel Street
  9. Black Sheep
  10. Rose & Thorn

On July 20, 2014.

On July 20, 2013, “Tzadik” label released “Dreamachines”, album by John Zorn. It was recorded in April 2013, and was produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama .

Personnel:

  • John Zorn – saxophones, arranger, conductor
  • John Medeski- piano
  • Kenny Wollesen- vibraphone
  • Trevor Dunn- bass
  • Joey Baron- drums
  • Marc Urselli – engineer, audio mixer

Track listing:

All tracks by John Zorn

  1. Psychic Conspirators
  2. Git-le-Coeur
  3. The Conqueror Worm
  4. The Third Mind
  5. Light Chapels
  6. The Dream Machine
  7. Note Virus
  8. 1001 Nights in Marrakech
  9. The Wild Boys

 

 

 

On June 10, 2014.

On June 10, 2014, “Equal Vision Records” label released “Hebrews”, the sixth Say Anything studio album. It was recorded 2013 – 2104, and was produced by Max Bemis.

Personnel:

  • Max Bemis- vocals, arrangement
  • Reed Murray – drums
  • Garron DuPree- bass guitar, upright bass
  • Jeremy Larson – cello, viola, violin
  • Sarah Reno – French horn
  • Joel Adair – trumpet
  • Sam Reyes – tuba
  • Unknown – fiddle
  • Darren King– drums
  • Weston DuPree– drums
  • Jeremy Bolm, Keith Buckley, Gareth Campesinos, Kim Campesinos, Chris Conley, Tom DeLonge, Chauntelle DuPree-D’Agostino, Christie DuPree, Sherri DuPree-Bemis, Andy Hull, Stacy King, Bob Nanna, Matt Pryor, Brian Sella, Jon Simmons, Aaron Weiss – guest vocals
  • Garron DuPree– engineer
  • Brad Wood– mixing
  • Emily Lazar- mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Max Bemis, Reed Murray and Garron DuPree.

  1. John McClane
  2. Six Six Six
  3. Judas Decapitation
  4. Kall Me Kubrick
  5. My Greatest Fear Is Splendid
  6. Hebrews
  7. Push
  8. The Shape of Love to Come
  9. Boyd
  10. A Look
  11. Lost My Touch
  12. Nibble Nibble

On June 6, 2019.

On June 6, 2019, Malcolm John Rebennack aka Dr. John, died aged 77. He was singer – songwriter and musician (piano, keyboards and guitar), regarded as one of the greatest New Orleans music icons. He had successful solo career and performed and recorded with many famous musicians and bands, including Art Blakey, Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band, Van Morrison, Dan Auerbach, Eric Clapton, Bob Seger, Joe Walsh, Canned Heat, The Rolling Stones, Mike Bloomfield, Spiritualized, David Newman, Ray Anderson, Levon Helm, John Hammond, Gregg Allman, Papa John Creach, Bennie Wallace, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Harry Connick Jr., Hank Crawford, Jimmy Smith, Jools Holland, Steve Tyrell, B. B. King and Marcus Miller. Dr. John won six “Grammy Awards”, and was inducted into the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” in 2011. In May 2013, he received honorary doctorate of fine arts from “Tulane University.