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On August 14, 2006.

On August 14, 2006, “Merge” label released “Damaged”, the ninth Lambchop studio album. It was recorded in 2006, at “Rhonda Court” in Austin, TX, and was produced by Dave Cobb.

Personnel:

  • Kurt Wagner– vocals, guitar
  • William Tyler – guitars
  • Tony Crow – piano
  • Sam Baker – drums
  • Matt Swanson – bass
  • Alex McManus – guitars
  • Deanna Varagona – baritone saxophone
  • Paul Niehaus– steel guitar, electric guitar
  • Marc Trovilion – electronics
  • Jonathon Marx – electronics, sound interludes
  • Ryan Norris – keyboards, electronics, sound interludes
  • Scott Martin – drums, electronics, sound interludes
  • Roy Agee – trombones
  • Gary Tussing – cellos
  • G daddy – acoustic guitar
  • Bruce Colson – violin
  • Ames Asbell – viola
  • Ben Westney – cello
  • Doctor Matt Gorham – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Kurt Wagner, except where noted.

  1. Paperback Bible
  2. Prepared – Tony Crow, Kurt Wagner
  3. The Rise and Fall of the Letter P
  4. A Day Without Glasses
  5. Beers Before the Barbican
  6. I Would Have Waited Here All Day
  7. Crackers
  8. Fear
  9. Short
  10. The Decline of Country and Western Civilization

 

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On August 14, 1978.

On August 14, 1978, “Philly Jazz” label released “Lanquidity”, the 49th Sun Ra studio album. It was recorded on July 17, 1978, at “Blank tapes Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Sun Ra.

Personnel:

  • Sun Ra – vocals, organ, synthesizer, piano, keyboards, Hammond organ, electric piano, bells, Arp, Fender Rhodes, orchestra bells, Mini Moog, arranger
  • John Gilmore –  tenor saxophone
  • Danny Ray Thompson – flute, baritone saxophone
  • Eddie Gale – trumpet
  • Michael Ray – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Marshall Allen – flute, oboe, alto saxophone
  • Luqman Ali – percussion
  • Michael Anderson – percussion
  • Artaukatune – drums, tympani
  • Disco Kid ( Slo Johnson ) – guitar
  • Dale Williams – guitar
  • Atakatun Odun –  congas
  • Elo Omoe – Flute, bass clarinet
  • Julian Pressley – baritone saxophone
  • James Jacson – oboe, basson, flute, voices
  • June Tyson -voices

Track listing:

All tracks by Sun Ra.

  1. Lanquidity
  2. Where Pathways Meet
  3. That’s How I Feel
  4. Twin Stars of Thence
  5. There Are Other Worlds (They Have Not Told You Of)

 

On August 14, 2015.

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On August 14, 2015, “Saddle Creek Records” label released “Everybody’s Coming Down”, the fifth Good Life studio album. It was recorded in 2015, at “ARC Studios” in Omaha, Nebraska.

Personnel:

  • Tim Kasher– vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Stefanie Drootin-Senseney– vocals, bass, keyboards
  • Ryan Fox – vocals, guitars, keyboards, electronic percussion
  • Roger L. Lewis – drums, acoustic and electronic percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Tim Kasher, Stefanie Drootin-Senseney, Ryan Fox and Roger L. Lewis.

  1. 7 in the Morning
  2. Everybody
  3. The Troubadour’s Green Room
  4. Holy Shit
  5. Flotsam Locked into a Groove
  6. Forever Coming Down
  7. Happy Hour
  8. Diving Bell
  9. Skeleton Song
  10. How Small We Are
  11. Ad Nausea
  12. Midnight Is Upon Us

 

On August 14, 2001.

On August 14, 2001, “Rounder” by label released “New Favorite”, the ninth Alison Krauss & Union Station album. It was recorded in 2001, and was produced by Alison Krauss, Dan Tyminski, Ron Block, Jerry Douglas, Barry Bales and Larry Atamanuik.

Personnel:

  • Alison Krauss– lead vocals, fiddle, viola
  • Dan Tyminski– background vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin
  • Ron Block– background vocals, acoustic guitar, banjo
  • Jerry Douglas– dobro, lap steel guitar
  • Barry Bales– background vocals, upright bass
  • Larry Atamanuik – drums, percussion

Track listing:

  1. Let Me Touch You for Awhile – Robert Lee Castleman
  2. The Boy Who Wouldn’t Hoe Corn – traditional
  3. The Lucky One – Robert Lee Castleman
  4. Choctaw Hayride – Jerry Douglas
  5. Crazy Faith – Mark Simos
  6. Momma Cried – Bob Lucas
  7. I’m Gone – Eric Kaz, Wendy Waldman
  8. Daylight – Bob Lucas
  9. Bright Sunny South – traditional
  10. Stars – Dan Fogelberg
  11. It All Comes Down to You – Ron Block
  12. Take Me for Longing – Mark Simos
  13. New Favorite – David Rawlings, Gillian Welch

On August 14, 1970.

Hawkwind

On August 14, 1970, “Liberty” label released the debut, self-titled Hawkwind studio album. It was recorded in April 1970, at “Trident Studios” in London, and was produced by Dick Taylor  and Hawkwind. It is regarded as one of the first space rock albums.

Personnel:

  • Dave Brock– vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica
  • Nik Turner– saxophone, flute, vocals,
  • Mick Slattery– guitar (bonus tracks)
  • Huw Lloyd-Langton– guitar, vocals
  • John A. Harrison– bass guitar, vocals
  • Dik Mik(Michael Davies) – synthesizer
  • Terry Ollis– drums

Track listing:

  1. Hurry on Sundown – Dave Brock, Hawkwind
  2. The Reason Is? – Dave Brock, Hawkwind
  3. Be Yourself – Dave Brock, Hawkwind
  4. Paranoia – Part 1 – Dave Brock, Hawkwind
  5. Paranoia – Part 2 – Dave Brock, Hawkwind
  6. Seeing It as You Really Are – Dave Brock, Hawkwind
  7. Mirror of Illusion – Dave Brock, Hawkwind

On August 14, 1964.

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On August 14, 1964, “Decca” label released “Five by Five”, the second Rolling Stones EP. It was recorded June 11, 1964, at “Chess Studios” in Chicago, and was produced by Andrew Loog Oldham.

Personnel:

  • Mick Jagger– lead vocals, tambourine
  • Brian Jones– guitar, backing vocals,harmonica, organ
  • Keith Richards– guitar, backing vocals
  • Charlie Watts– drums
  • Bill Wyman– bass guitar
  • Ian Stewart– organ, piano

Track listing:

  1. If You Need Me – Wilson Pickett, Robert Bateman
  2. Empty Heart – Nanker Phelge
  3. 2120 South Michigan Avenue – Nanker Phelge
  4. Confessin’ the Blues – Jay McShann, Walter Brown
  5. Around and Around – Chuck Berry

On August 14, 1971.

Whos next

On August 14, 1971, “Track” label released “Who’s Next”, the fifth Who studio album. It was recorded April -June 1971, at the “Olympic Studios” and “Stargroves” (Rolling Stones Mobile Studio)  in London, and was produced by Glyn Johns, Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle and Keith Moon. The album was developed from Pete Townshend’s aborted multi-media rock opera “Lifehouse”, written as a follow-up to 1969 album “Tommy”. “Lifehouse” was cancelled due to its complexity and conflicts with band’s manager Kit Lambert, but Townshend was insisting to record the songs and they finally appeared as “Who’s next”, as a straightforward studio album.

Personnel:

  • Roger Daltrey– vocals
  • Keith Moon– drums, percussion
  • John Entwistle– vocals, bass, brass, piano
  • Pete Townshend– vocals, guitar, VCS3, organ, R.P. synthesiser, piano
  • Dave Arbus– violin
  • Nicky Hopkins– piano
  • Al Kooper– organ
  • Leslie West– lead guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by Pete Townshend, except  where noted.

  1. Baba o’Riley
  2. Bargain
  3. Love Ain’t for Keeping
  4. My Wife – John Entwistle
  5. The Song is Over
  6. Getting it True
  7. Going Mobile
  8. Behind Blue Eyes
  9. Won’t Get Fooled Again