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On April 15, 2016.

On April 15, 2016, “Drag City”, “Turnstile Music”, and “Caroline International” labels released “Crab Day”, the fourth Cate Le Bon studio album. It was recorded in 2016, at “Panoramic House” in Stinson Beach, California, and was produced by Josiah Steinbrick and Noah Georgeson.

Personnel:

  • Cate Le Bon– guitar, piano, percussion, synthesizer, marimba
  • Josiah Steinbrick– bass, piano, percussion
  • Stephen Black– bass, clarinet, saxophone
  • Huw Gwynfryn Evans– guitar, marimba, synthesizer
  • Stella Mozgawa– drums
  • Noah Georgeson– mixing
  • Samur Khouja – engineering
  • JJ Golden – mastering
  • Isabel Vollrath – kimono jacket
  • Christian Fritzenwanker – make up
  • Ivana Klickovic – cover photography, insert photography
  • Hawkline– sleeve

Track listing:

All tracks written Cate Le Bon.

  1. Crab Day
  2. Love Is Not Love
  3. Wonderful
  4. Find Me
  5. I’m a Dirty Attic
  6. I Was Born on the Wrong Day
  7. We Might Revolve
  8. Yellow Blinds, Cream Shadows
  9. How Do You Know?
  10. What’s Not Mine

 

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On April 15, 2014.

On April 15, 2014, “Sub Pop” label released “Do to the Beast”, the seventh Afghan Whigs studio album. It was recorded in 2014, at “Burbank” in Joshua Tree, Silverlake,” Algiers Point” in New Orleans, Cincinnati, and was produced by Greg Dulli.

Personnel:

  • Greg Dulli- vocals, rhythm guitar, mixing
  • Dave Rosser, Jon Skibic, Mark McGuire – guitars
  • John Curley- bass
  • Patrick Keeler – drums
  • Kerry Brown, Rick Nelson, David Rosser, Justin Smith, Christopher Thorn, John Curley – engineer
  • Gavin Lurssen – mastering
  • Mike Napolitano, Mathias Schneeberger – engineer, mixing
  • Christopher Friedman – artwork, layout
  • Amanda Demme– photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Greg Dulli.

  1. Parked Outside
  2. Matamoros
  3. It Kills
  4. Algiers
  5. Lost in the Woods
  6. The Lottery
  7. Can Rova
  8. Royal Cream
  9. I Am Fire
  10. These Sticks

 

On April 15, 2011.

On April 15, 2011, “Edition Records” label released “Golden Xplosion”, the second Marius Neset studio album. It was recorded by in January 2010, at “Village Recording”, and was produced by Marius Neset and Anton Eger.

Personnel:

  • Marius Neset- tenor and soprano saxophones
  • Django Bates- piano, keyboards, E-flat horn, trumpet
  • Jasper Høiby- double bass
  • Anton Eger– drums
  • August Wanngren – mixing
  • Thomas Eberger – mastering
  • Siv-Anne Skogen – front cover photography
  • Tim Dickeson, Dave Stapleton – additional photography
  • Dave Stapleton – artwork, design
  • Dave Stapleton – executive producer

Track listing: 

All tracks by Marius Neset except where noted.

  1. Introducing: Golden Xplosion
  2. Golden Xplosion
  3. City On Fire
  4. Sane
  5. Old Poison (XL)
  6. Shame Us – Marius Neset, Anton Eger
  7. Saxophone Intermezzo – Marius Neset, Daniel Davidsen
  8. The Real YSJ
  9. Saxophone Intermezzo II
  10. Angel Of The North
  11. Epilogue

PJ Harvey: The Hope Six Demolition Project

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“The Hope Six Demolition Project” is the ninth PJ Harvey studio album. It was recorded 16 January 2015–14 February 2015, at “Somerset House” in London, and is produced by Flood, John Parish and PJ Harvey.

Label: Island

Released: April 15, 2016

Track listing:

All songs written and composed by PJ Harvey.

  1. The Community of Hope
  2. The Ministry of Defence
  3. A Line in the Sand
  4. Chain of Keys
  5. River Anacostia
  6. Near the Memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln
  7. The Orange Monkey
  8. Medicinals
  9. The Ministry of Social Affairs
  10. The Wheel
  11. Dollar, Dollar

 

On April 15, 2003.

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On April 15, 2003, “Reprise” label released “Say You Will”, the 17th Fleetwood Mac studio album. It was recorded 1995, 1997–2002, and was produced by Lindsey Buckingham, Rob Cavallo and John Shanks. In 2003, the album was certified Gold by the “RIAA” in the US, and Gold by “BPI” in UK.

Personnel:

  • Lindsey Buckingham– guitar, percussion, keyboards, vocals
  • Stevie Nicks– keyboards, vocals
  • John McVie– bass guitar, black keys
  • Mick Fleetwood– drums, percussion
  • Christine McVie– keyboards, backing vocals
  • Sheryl Crow– Hammond organ and backing vocals
  • Jamie Muhoberac– Hammond organ
  • John Pierce – bass guitar
  • John Shanks– keyboards
  • Dave Palmer– piano
  • Jessica James Nicks, Molly McVie, Madelyne Felsch – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. What’s the World Coming To? – Lindsey Buckingham, Julian Raymond
  2. Murrow Turning Over in His Grave – Lindsey Buckingham
  3. Illume (9–11) – Stevie Nicks
  4. Throw Down – Stevie Nicks
  5. Miranda – Lindsey Buckingham
  6. Red Rover – Lindsey Buckingham
  7. Say You Will – Stevie Nicks
  8. Peacekeeper – Lindsey Buckingham
  9. Come – Lindsey Buckingham, Neale Heywood
  10. Smile at You – Stevie Nicks
  11. Running Through the Garden – Stevie Nicks, Ray Kennedy, Gary Nicholson
  12. Silver Girl – Stevie Nicks
  13. Steal Your Heart Away – Lindsey Buckingham
  14. Bleed to Love Her – Lindsey Buckingham
  15. Everybody Finds Out – Stevie Nicks, Rick Nowels
  16. Destiny Rules – Stevie Nicks
  17. Say Goodbye – Lindsey Buckingham
  18. Goodbye Baby – Stevie Nicks

On April 15, 1991.

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On April 15, 1991, “Capitol” label released “Brotherhood”, the eleventh Doobie Brothers studio album. It was recorded in 1990 at “The Plant” in Sausalito, and was produced by Rodney Mills.

Personnel:

  • Tom Johnston- guitars, vocals
  • Patrick Simmons- guitars, vocals
  • Tiran Porter- bass, vocals
  • John Hartman- drums
  • Michael Hossack- drums, percussion
  • Steve Canali – slide guitar
  • Jimi Fox – percussion
  • Dale Ockerman – keyboards
  • Richard Bryant – background vocals
  • Vicki Randle- background vocals
  • Rodney Mills, Devon Rietveld – engineer
  • Robert Doisneau, Peter Miller – photography
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Rodney Mills, Chris Lord-Alge – mixing
  • John Kehe – design
  • Tommy Steele – art direction

Track listing:

  1. Something You Said – M. Lunn, A. Gorrie
  2. Is Love Enough – Jerry Lynn Williams, W. Richmond
  3. Dangerous – Patrick Simmons
  4. Our Love – Jerry Lynn Williams
  5. Divided Highway – Patrick Simmons, Jimi Fox, Peterik
  6. Under the Spell – Peterik, Syniar, Wertico
  7. Excited – Tom Johnston, Jerry Lynn Williams
  8. This Train I’m On – Simmons, Dale Ockerman
  9. Showdown – Tom Johnston
  10. Rollin’ On – Tom Johnston

 

On April 15, 1988.

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On April 15, 1988, “Elektra” label released the self-titled Tracy Chapman debut album. It was recorded at the “Powertrax” in Hollywood, and was produced by David Kershenbaum. The album was certified six-times platinum by the “Recording Industry Association of America”.

Personnel:

  • Tracy Chapman – acoustic guitar, percussion, rhythm guitar, vocals
  • Ed Black – steel guitar
  • Paulinho Da Costa– percussion
  • Denny Fongheiser – percussion, drums
  • Jack Holder – organ, dulcimer, dobro, piano, electric guitar, Hammond organ, sitar
  • Steve Kaplan– harmonica, keyboard
  • Larry Klein– bass guitar
  • David LaFlamme – electric violin
  • Bob Marlette – keyboard
  • Carol Bobolts – art direction
  • Brian Koppelman– executive production
  • Matt Mahurin – photography
  • Don Rubin – executive production
  • Kevin Smith – engineering, mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Tracy Chapman.

  1. Talkin’ Bout a Revolution
  2. Fast Car
  3. Across the Lines
  4. Behind the Wall
  5. Baby Can I Hold You
  6. Mountains o’ Things
  7. She’s Got Her Ticket
  8. Why
  9. For My Lover
  10. If Not Now…
  11. For you