In April 1968, “Atlantic” label released “Tones for Joan’s Bones”, the debut Chick Corea album. It was recorded November – December, 1966, at “Atlantic Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Herbie Mann.
On April 15, 2016, “Atlantic” label released “A Sailor’s Guide to Earth” the third Sturgill Simpson studio album. It was recorded in 2015 at “The Butcher Shoppe” in Nashville, and was produced by Sturgill Simpson. At the 59th “Grammy Awards” it won award for “Best Country Album”.
Sturgill Simpson – lead and backing vocals, 12-string and acoustic guitar, Moog synthesizer, synthesizer
On April 6, 1999, “Atlantic” label released “Utopia Parkway” the second Fountains of Wayne studio album. It was recorded in 1998, at “Stratosphere Sound” in New York City, and was produced by Adam Schlesinger and Chris Collingwood.
Chris Collingwood – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Jody Porter – lead guitar, backing vocals
Adam Schlesinger – bass, keyboards, backing vocals
On March 31, 1998, “Atlantic” label released “12 Bar Blues”, the debut Scott Weiland album. It was recorded in 1997 at Scott’s house, “Foxy Dead Girl”, “Royaltone”, “Oceanway”, “The Village”, “Master Control” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Blair Lamb, Daniel Lanois, Scott Weiland and Tracy Chishol.
Scott Weiland – lead vocals, beatbox, guitar, keyboards, piano, bass, synthesized bass, drum loops
Sheryl Crow – accordion
Brad Mehldau – piano
Victor Indrizzo – vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards, bass, drums
Daniel Lanois – synthesizers, additional engineering, mixing, mastering
Holly Reiger – guitars
Jeff Nolan – guitars
Zander Schloss – guitars
Peter DiStefano – guitars, bass
Tony Castaneda – guitars, bass
Martyn LeNoble – bass, cello
Suzie Katayama – cello
Novi Novog – viola
Joel Derouin, Robin Lorentz – violin
Tracy Chisolm – theremin
Blair Lamb – beatbox
Michael Weiland – drums, percussion, drum loops
Tracy Chisolm – recording, engineer, mixing
Chad Banford – recording, engineer
Chris Goss – recording, engineer
Jason Gladden, David Nottingham, Eric Greedy, Jeff Robinson, John Sorensen, Rafa Sardina, Reid Miller – additional engineering
Mark Howard – mixing
Mark Chalecki – mastering
All tracks by Scott Weiland, except where noted.
Barbarella – Tony Castaneda
About Nothing – Tony Castaneda
Where’s the Man
Divider – Victor Indrizzo, Famous Music Corp.
Son – Victor Indrizzo, Famous Music Corp. (dedicated to Zack)
Jimmy Was a Stimulator
Lady, Your Roof Brings Me Down – Victor Indrizzo, Famous Music Corp.
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.
On March 17, 1969, “Atlantic” label released “Freedom Suite” the fifth Rascals studio album. It was recorded May – December 1968, and was produced by Arif Mardin, Felix Cavaliere, Eddie Brigati, Gene Cornish and Dino Danelli.
Felix Cavaliere – lead and backing vocals, organ, piano
Gene Cornish – lead and backing vocals, guitar
Eddie Brigati – lead and backing vocals, conga drums, tambourine
Dino Danelli – drums
Chuck Rainey – bass guitar
Richard Davis – bass guitar
Gerald Jemmott – bass guitar
King Curtis – tenor saxophone
David Newman – tenor saxophone
David Brigati – backing vocals
Arif Mardin – arrangements
Charles Morrow – arrangements
Adrian Barber – recording engineer
Tom Dowd – recording engineer
Don Casale – recording engineers
America the Beautiful – Felix Cavaliere
Me and My Friends – Gene Cornish
Any Dance’ll Do – Felix Cavaliere
Look Around – Eddie Brigati, Felix Cavaliere
A Ray of Hope – Eddie Brigati, Felix Cavaliere
Island of Love – Eddie Brigati, Felix Cavaliere
Of Course – Eddie Brigati, Felix Cavaliere
Love Was So Easy to Give – Gene Cornish
People Got to Be Free – Eddie Brigati, Felix Cavaliere
Baby I’m Blue – Felix Cavaliere
Heaven – Felix Cavaliere
Adrian’s Birthday – Felix Cavaliere, Gene Cornish, Dino Danelli
Boom – Dino Danelli
Cute – Eddie Brigati, Felix Cavaliere, Gene Cornish, Dino Danelli
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.
On March 10, 1995, “Atlantic” label released “The Real Quiet Storm”, the third James Carter studio album. It was recorded October – November 1994, at “Power Station” in New York City, and was produced by Yves Beauvais.
James Carter – soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophone, bass flute, bass clarinet