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Weezer: OK Human

On January 29, 2021, “Crush Music” and “Atlantic” labels released “OK Human”, the fourteenth Weezer studio album. It was recorded 2018 – 2020, and was produced by Jake Sinclair.

Personnel:

  • Rivers Cuomo – lead vocals, piano
  • Brian Bell – piano, acoustic guitar, organ, backing vocals
  • Scott Shriner – bass, backing vocals
  • Patrick Wilson – drums, backing vocals
  • Tara Helen O’Connor – flute, piccolo
  • Keisuke Ikuma – English horn, oboe
  • Pavel Vinnitsky – clarinet, bass clarinet
  • Dan Shelly – bassoon
  • Erik Ralske – French horn
  • Anne Sharer – French horn
  • Tony Kadleck – trumpet
  • Ray Riccomini – trumpet
  • Ryan Keberle – trombone
  • Sasha Romero – trombone
  • Lisa Kim – concert master, violin
  • Peter Bahng – violin
  • Ann Lehmann – violin
  • Matt Lehmann – violin
  • Joanna Maurer – violin
  • Sharon Yamada – violin
  • Jung Sun Yoo – violin
  • Will Frampton – viola
  • Joel Noyes – viola
  • Michael Roth – viola
  • Becky Young – viola
  • Alan Stepansky – cello
  • Rob Mathes – arranger, horn conductor, string conductor, woodwind arrangement
  • Jonathan Allen – engineer
  • Perry Margouleff – engineer
  • Paul Pritchard – engineer
  • Suzy Shinn – engineer, vocal producer
  • Maureen Sickler – engineer
  • William Carroll – engineer
  • Zach Fisher – engineer
  • Brian Fombona – engineer
  • Rachel White – engineer
  • William Wittman – engineer
  • Karl Wingate – assistant engineer
  • Lazaro Zarate – assistant engineer
  • Andy Maxwell – assistant engineer
  • Branko Presley – assistant engineer
  • Lawton Burris – engineer assistant
  • John Sinclair – mixing
  • Pete Lyman – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks are written by Rivers Cuomo, except where noted.

  1. All My Favorite Songs – Rivers Cuomo, Ashley Gorley, Ben Johnson, Ilsey Juber
  2. Aloo Gobi
  3. Grapes of Wrath
  4. Numbers
  5. Playing My Piano
  6. Mirror Image
  7. Screens
  8. Bird with a Broken Wind
  9. Dead Roses
  10. Everything Happens for a Reason
  11. Here Comes the Rain
  12. La Brea Tar Pits

Weezer: Same

On January 24, 2019, “Crush Music” and “Atlantic” labels released the self-titled, twelfth Weezer studio album (known as Teal Album). It was recorded in 2018, and was produced by Mark Rankin, Rivers Cuomo, Patrick Wilson, Brian Bell and Scott Shriner.

Personnel:

  • Rivers Cuomo – lead and backing vocals, lead guitar, piano, keyboards
  • Brian Bell – lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards
  • Scott Shriner – bass, backing vocals
  • Patrick Wilson – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Mark Rankin – engineer, mixing
  • Jason Clark – engineer
  • Suzy Shinn – vocal engineer
  • Eric Boulanger – mastering

Track listing:

  1. Africa – David Paich, Jeff Porcaro
  2. Everybody Wants to Rule the World – Roland Orzabal, Ian Stanley, Chris Hughes
  3. Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) – Annie Lennox, David A. Stewart
  4. Take on Me – Magne Furuholmen, Morten Harket, Pål Waaktaar
  5. Happy Together – Alan Gordon, Garry Bonner
  6. Paranoid – Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi, Ozzy Osborne, Bill Ward
  7. Mr. Blue Sky – Jeff Lynne
  8. Np Scrubs – Kevin Briggs, Kandi Burruss, Tameka Cottle, Lisa Lopes
  9. Billie Jean – Michael Jackson
  10. Stand by Me – Ben E. King, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller

Peter Frampton: When All the Pieces Fit

On January 8, 1989, “Atlantic” label released “When All the Pieces Fit”, the tenth Peter Frampton studio album. It was recorded in 1988, and was produced by Chris Lord Alge and Peter Frampton.

Personnel:

  • Peter Frampton – vocals, guitar, bass guitar, bass synthesizer, synthesizer, sequencer, drum programming
  • Nathan East – bass
  • John Regan – bass guitar
  • Chris Lord-Alge – synthesizer
  • John Robinson, Steve Ferrone – drums
  • Lenny Castro – percussion
  • Sam Riney – tenor saxophone
  • Rick Wills, Jean McClain, Mark Williamson, Alfie Silas, Danny Wilde, B.A. Robertson – backing vocals
  • Leo Posillico – cover painting

Track listing:

  1. More Ways Than One – Peter Frampton, Danny Wilde
  2. Holding On to You – Peter Frampton, Will Jennings
  3. My Heart Goes Out to You – Peter Frampton, John Regan
  4. Hold Tight – Peter Frampton
  5. People All Over the World – Peter Frampton, B.A. Robertson
  6. Back to the Start – Peter Frampton, Danny Wilde
  7. Mind over Matter – Peter Frampton
  8. Now and Again – Peter Frampton, John Regan, B.A. Robertson
  9. Hard Earned Love – Peter Frampton, Jon Dworkow, Danny White
  10. This Time Around – Peter Frampton, Will Jennings, John Regan

Shelly Manne: Daktari

In December 1967, “Atlantic” label released “Daktari”, the 34th Shelly Manne album. It features music from the TV show “Daktari”, and was recorded November – December 1967, at “Annex Recording Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Nesuhi Ertegun.

Personnel:

  • Shelly Manne – drums, percussion
  • Justin Gordon, Bud Shank, Arthur C. Smith, Frank Strozier – woodwinds
  • Mike Wofford – piano
  • Bob Bain – guitar
  • Bill Pitman – bass
  • Larry Bunker, Frank Carlsson, Victor Feldman, Emil Richards – percussion
  • Richard Hazard – arranger

Track listing:

All tracks by Shelly Manne.

  1. Daktari
  2. Out on a Limb
  3. Clarence
  4. Africa
  5. Stay with Me
  6. Elephantime
  7. Wameru
  8. Toto
  9. Galloping Giraffes
  10. Judy Judy
  11. Ivan
  12. Rhino Trot

The J. Geils Band: Same

On November 16, 1970, “Atlantic” label released the self-title, debut J. Geils Band (The) album. It was recorded in August 1970, at “A&R Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Dave Crawford and Brad Shapiro.

Personnel:

  • Peter Wolf – lead vocals
  • J. Geils – guitar
  • Seth Justman – piano, organ
  • Magic Dick – harmonica
  • Danny Klein – bass
  • Stephen Jo Bladd – drums, backing vocals
  • Jay Messina, Geoffrey Haslam – engineer
  • Lloyd Ziff – design
  • Stephen Paley – photography
  • Fred Lewis – special assistance

Track listing:

  1. Wait – Seth Justman, Peter Wolf
  2. Ice Breaker (For the Big M) – J. Geils
  3. Cruisin’ for Love – Juke Joint Jimmy (Juke Joint Jimmy is a pseudonym used by The J. Geils Band for group compositions
  4. Hard Drivin’ Man – Peter Wolf, J. Geils
  5. Serves You Right to Suffer – John Lee Hooker
  6. Homework – Otis Rush, Al Perkins, Dave Clark
  7. First I Look at the Purse – Robert Rogers, Smokey Robinson
  8. What You Hurry – Peter Wolf, Seth Justman
  9. On Borrowed Time – Peter Wolf, Set Justman
  10. Pack Fair and Square – Big Walter Price
  11. Sho-Cone – Albert Collins

Bette Midler: The Divine Miss M

On November 7, 1972, “Atlantic” label released “The Divine Miss M”, the debut Bette Midler studio album. It was recorded 1971 – 1972, at “Atlantic Recording Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Ahmet Ertegun, Barry Manilow. Geoffrey Haslam and Joel Dorn. The album was certified Platinum in US and Canada.

Personnel:

  • Bette Midler – lead vocals
  • Dickie Frank – guitar
  • David Spinozza – guitars
  • Don Arnone – guitar
  • Dick Hyman – piano
  • Barry Manilow – piano
  • Pat Rebillot – piano
  • Ron Carter – bass guitar
  • Michael Federal – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Milt Hinton – bass
  • Ted Sommer – drums
  • Ray Lucas – drums
  • Kevin Ellman – drums
  • Ralph MacDonald – percussion instruments
  • Cissy Houston – backing vocals
  • Tender Loving Care (Renelle Broxton, Diedre Tuck, Beverly McKenzie) – backing vocals
  • Gail Kantor – backing vocals
  • Melissa Manchester – backing vocals
  • Merle Miller – backing vocals
  • Gene Orloff – violin
  • Emanuel Green – violin
  • Selwart Clarke – viola
  • Kermit Moore – cello
  • Thom Bell – horn and string arrangements
  • Barry Manilow – arranger, conductor
  • William S. Fischer – string arrangement
  • Marty Nelson – vocal arranger
  • Arif Mardin – arrangements
  • Lew Hahn – engineer
  • Richard Amsel – illustration
  • Richard Mantel – art direction, design
  • Kenn Duncan – photography
  • Geoffrey Haslam, Lew Hahn, Bob Liftin – remix

Track listing:

  1. Do You Want to Dance – Bobby Freeman
  2. Chapel of Love – Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich, Phil Spector
  3. Superstar – Bonnie Bramlett, Leon Russell
  4. Daytime Hustler – Jeff Kent
  5. Am I Blue – Harry Akst, Grant Clarke
  6. Friends (Session 1) – Mark Klingman, Buzzy Linhart
  7. Hello in There – John Prine
  8. Leader of the Pack – George Morton, Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich
  9. Delta Dawn – Larry Collins, Alex Harvey
  10. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy – Don Raye, Hughie Prince
  11. Friends (Session 2) – Mark Klingman, Buzzy Linhart

The War on Drugs: I Don’t Live Here Anymore

On October 29 2021, “Atlantic” label released “I Don’t Live Here Anymore” the fifth War on Drugs (The). It was recorded 2018 – 2021, at “Outlier Inn” in Woodridge, New York, “Studio G” in Brooklyn, “Electric Lady” in Manhattan, “Electro Vox”, “Sound City”, “Sunset Sound”, “East West” in Hollywood, and was produced by Adam Granduciel and Shawn Everett.

Personnel:

  • Adam Granduciel – vocals, acoustic and lead guitar, lead electric guitar, piano, Juno 106, celesta, electric guitar, synth guitar, bass, Juno 60, Hammond organ, Wurlitzer, Kurzweil, Prophet 6, MPC, 808 drum programming, Korg K2, Walter Becker’s old bass, felt piano, harmonica, ARP Quartet, Mellotron, percussion, art direction
  • Robbie Bennett – piano, Prophet 12, Akai AX60, Oberheim OB-X, New Jersey electric guitar, Juno 60, Eventide piano, ARP Solina
  • Dave Hartley – bass, VP-330, Rickenbacker bass, electric guitar, OP-1, cover and gatefold photography
  • Charlie Hall – drums, percussion, prepared piano
  • Anthony LaMarca – drums, percussion, Hammond organ, electric vibes, acoustic, electric and pedal steel guitar
  • Jon Natchez – Prophet-6, baritone saxophone, Hammond organ, Wurlitzer
  • Michael Bloch – Mellotron, nylon AMS dub guitar, Ursa Major Telecaster, electric guitar, electric swamp guitar, lead electric guitar, lead electric raindrop guitar
  • James Elkington – lead acoustic and electric guitar
  • Lee Pardini – grand piano, piano
  • Daniel Clarke – Hammond organ, organ
  • Patrick Berkery – drums, percussion
  • Christopher Bear – drums, percussion
  • Matt Lowell – backing vocals
  • Lucius – vocals
  • Shawn Everett – recording, mixing
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Steve Fallone – mastering assistant
  • Ivan Wayman – additional engineering
  • Nick Krill – additional engineering
  • Quarantine Cowboys – additional engineering
  • Rob Carmichael (SEEN) – art direction, design
  • Dominic East – art direction
  • Daniel Topete – additional studio photography
  • Dustin Condren – additional studio photography

Traclk listing:

All tracks by Adam Granduciel, except where noted.

  1. Living Proof
  2. Harmonia Dream – music by Adam Granduciel, Robbie Bennett
  3. Change – music by Adam Granduicel, Anthony LaMarca, Dave Hartley
  4. I Don’t Wanna Wait – music by Adam Granduciel, Anthgony LaMarca, Dave Hartley
  5. Victim
  6. I Don’t Live Here Anymore – music by Adam Granduciel, Robbie Bennett
  7. Old Skin
  8. Wasted
  9. Rings Around My Father’s Eyes
  10. Occasional Rain

Death Cab for Cutie: Thank You for Today

On August 17, 2018, “Atlantic” label released “Thank You for Today” is the ninth Death Cab for Cutie studio album. It was recorded in 2018 in Santa Monica, California, and was produced by Rich Costey.

Personnel:

  • Benjamin Gibbard – lead and backing vocals, guitars, piano, keyboards, samples
  • Dave Depper – guitars, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Zac Rae – keyboards, guitars, backing vocals
  • Nick Harmer – bass, backing vocals
  • Jason McGerr – drums, percussion, programming
  • Lauren Mayberry – additional vocals

Track listing:

All lyrics by Ben Gibbard, all music as noted.

  1. I Dreamt We Spoke Again – Ben Gibbard
  2. Summer Years – Ben Gibbard, Jason McGerr
  3. Gold Rush – Ben Gibbard, Dave Depper, Yoko Ono
  4. Your Hurricane – Ben Gibbard
  5. When We Drive – Ben Gibbard
  6. Autumn Love – Ben Gibbard
  7. Northern Lights – Ben Gibbard
  8. You Moved Away – Ben Gibbard
  9. Near / Far – Ben Gibbard
  10. 60 & Punk – Ben Gibbard

Sonny Stitt: Stitt Plays Bird

In July 1964, “Atlantic” label released “Stitt Plays Bird”, a Sonny Stitt album. It was recorded in January 1963, at “Atlantic Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Nesuhi Ertegun.

Personnel:

  • Sonny Stitt – alto saxophone
  • John Lewis – piano
  • Jim Hall – guitar
  • Richard Davis – bass
  • Connie Kay – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Charlie Parker, except where noted.

  1. Ornithology – Benny Harris, Charlie Parker
  2. Scrapple from the Apple
  3. My Little Suede Shoes
  4. Parker’s Mood
  5. Au Privave
  6. Ko-Ko
  7. Confirmation
  8. Hootie Blues – Jay McShann
  9. Constellation

Lotti Golden: Motor-Cycle

In May 1969, “Atlantic” label released “Motor-Cycle”. the debut Lotti Golden studio album. It was recorded in 1968, at “Atlantic Studios”, “Sound Center”, “A&R Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Bob Crewe.

Personnel:

  • Lotti Golden – vocal
  • Billy Suyker, Charley Macey, Everett Barskdale, Hugh McCracken, Ralph Cassales, Vinnie Bell – guitar
  • Ernie Hayes – piano, organ
  • Everett Barksdale, Lou Mauro – bass
  • Bobby Gregg, Buddy Saltzman, Herb Lovelle – drums
  • Jack Jennings, Joie Venuto – percussion
  • Joe Grimm – saxophone
  • Alan Raph – trombone
  • Ernie Royal – trumpet
  • Charles Fox – arrangements
  • Bob Crewe – directed by, arrangements
  • Angel Sandoval – engineer
  • Joe Venneri – mixing
  • Dennis King – mastering
  • Marvin Israel – design
  • Bob Gruen – photography
  • Ellen Blume – photography
  • Stephen Paley – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Lotti Golden, except where noted.

  1. Motor-cycle Michael
  2. Gonna Fay’s
  3. A Lot Like Lucifer (Celia Said Long Time Loser)
  4. The Space Queens (Silky is Sad)
  5. Who Are Your Friends – Lotti Golden, Bob Crewe
  6. Get Together (With Yourself)
  7. You Can Find Him