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On August 2, 2001.

On August 2, 2001, “New Orleans International Airport” name was changed to the “Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport” in honor of the famous native-born musician’s 100th birthday.

On August 2, 2019.

On August 2, 2019, “Vertigo” label released “Rewind, Replay, Rebound”, the seventh Volbeat studio album. It was recorded in 2019 and was produced by Jacob Hansen, Michael Poulsen, and Rob Caggiano.

Personnel:

  • Michael Poulsen– lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Jon Larsen– drums
  • Rob Caggiano– lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Martin Pagaard Wolff – acoustic and electric guitar
  • Ray Jacildo – piano
  • Doug Corcoran – saxophone
  • Mia Maja – vocals
  • Carolynn Clyne – choir
  • Juanita Guinyard – choir
  • Lennasia Harvey – choir
  • Shacara McLaurin – choir
  • Sharifa Lubin – choir
  • Christine Stevens – choir
  • Julian Summers – choir
  • Lennox Van Cooten – choir
  • Justin Ward – choir
  • Harlem Gospel Choir – background vocals
  • Melissa Cross – synthaxe
  • Jacob Hansen – background vocals, engineer
  • Bryan Russell – organ, engineer, editing
  • Francesco Ferrini – string arrangements, engineer
  • Joe Barresi – mixing
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Karsten Sand – illustrations
  • Henrik Siegel – graphic design
  • Ross Halfin – band photography
  • Dan Scudamore – cover photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Michael Poulsen, except where noted. All music as noted. “Die to Live”, by Poulsen and Rob Caggiano.

  1. Last day Under the Sun – Michael Poulsen, Rob Caggiano
  2. Pelvis on Fire – Michael Poulsen
  3. Rewind the Exit – Michael Poulsen, Rob Caggiano
  4. Die To Live – lyrics and music by Michael Poulsen and Rob Caggiano
  5. When We Were Kids – Michael Poulsen, Jon Larsen, Rob Caggiano
  6. Sorry Sack of Bones – Michael Poulsen
  7. Cloud 9 – Michael Poulsen, Jon Larsen, Kaspar Boye Larsen
  8. Cheapside Sloggers – Michael Poulsen
  9. Maybe I Believe – Michael Poulsen, Jon Larsen, Rob Caggiano
  10. Parasite – Michael Poulsen
  11. Leviathan – Michael Poulsen, Rob Caggiano
  12. The Awakening of Bonnie Parker – Rob Caggiano, Michael Poulsen
  13. The Everlasting – Michael Poulsen, Jon Larsen
  14. 7:24 – Michael Poulsen

 

On August 2, 2005.

On August 2, 2005, “Savant” label released “Fun House”, the 15th Reuben Wilson album. It was recorded in December 2004, at “Van Gelder Studios” in Englewood, NJ, and was produced by Melvin Sparks.

Personnel:

  • Reuben Wilson– Hammond B-3
  • Cochemea Gastelum – tenor saxophone
  • Melvin Sparks– guitar
  • Mike Clark– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Reuben Wilson except where noted

  1. Easy Talk – Gene Redd, Hank Marr
  2. Fun House
  3. For the Love of You – The Isley Brothers, Chris Jasper
  4. Ronnie’s Bonnie
  5. Love Time
  6. Sweet Feet
  7. Minor Yours
  8. Loft Funk – Mike Clark

On August 2, 1994.

On August 2, 1994, “Butterfly Records” label released “Pandemonium”, the ninth Killing Joke studio album. It was recorded 1993 – 1994, at “Townhouse Studios”, “Metropolis Studios”, and “Butterfly Studios” in London, “York Street Studio” in Auckland, New Zealand, “EMI Studios”, “Hani Mehana Studios”, “The King’s Chamber”, and “Great Pyramid” in Cairo, Egypt, and was produced by Youth and Greg Hunter.

Personnel:

  • Jaz Coleman– vocals, synthesizer
  • Kevin “Geordie” Walker– guitar
  • Martin “Youth” Glover– bass guitar, mixing
  • Geoff Dugmore– drums
  • Tom Larkin– drums
  • Larry De Zoete – drums
  • Hossam Ramzy– percussion
  • Said El Artist– percussion
  • Aboud Abdel Al – violin
  • Matt Austin – programming
  • Paddy Free – programming
  • Greg Hunter– engineering, mixing
  • Ron Saint Germain– mixing
  • Sameh Almazny – engineering assistance
  • Natalie Heath – engineering assistance
  • Matt Howe – engineering assistance
  • Sheldon Isaac – engineering assistance
  • Mike Coles – cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Jaz Coleman, Youth, and Geordie Walker.

  1. Pandemonium
  2. Exorcism
  3. Millennium
  4. Communion
  5. Black Moon
  6. Labyrinth
  7. Jana
  8. Whiteout
  9. Pleasures of the Flesh
  10. Mathematics of Chaos

On August 2, 1994.

On August 2, 1994, “Arista” label released the self-titled, debut Tractors album. It was recorded 1993 – 1994, and was produced by Steve Ripley and Walt Richmond. The album was certified 2 x Platinum in US by “RIAA”.

Personnel:

  • Steve Ripley– lead vocals, electric guitar, drums, engineer, original art, design
  • Ron Getman – electric guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar, steel guitar, Dobro, mandolin, high harmony vocals
  • Jamie Oldaker– drums, “groove snares”, tambourine, percussion
  • Walt Richmond – Steinway piano, Hammond B–3 organ, accordion, Wurlitzer, clavinet, drums, horns, bassvocals
  • Casey van Beek – bass guitar, low harmony vocals
  • J. Cale– guitar
  • Joe Davis – saxophones
  • Jim Keltner– drums
  • Glen Mitchell – Hammond B-3 organ
  • Bonnie Raitt– slide guitar
  • Angelene Ripley – Hammond B-3 organ
  • Elvis Ripley – tremologuitar
  • Leon Russell– synthesizer, MIDI
  • Ed Richmond – fiddle
  • Joe Davis – saxophones
  • Ron Morgan – upright bass
  • Debbie Campbell – background vocal
  • John Crowder – background vocals
  • Jim Sweney – background vocals
  • Steve Collier – steel guitar
  • Gene Crownaver – steel guitar
  • Curly Lewis – fiddles
  • Waddy Pass – steel guitar
  • Rick Morton – fiddle
  • Jim Pulte – bass vocals
  • Bonnie Raitt – slide guitar
  • Angelene Ripley – Hammond B-3 organ
  • Elvis Ripley – tremolo guitar, engineer
  • James Burton– “Master of the Telecaster”
  • Steve Bagsby – steel guitar
  • Curly Lewis – fiddle
  • Ry Cooder– slide guitar
  • Eldon Shamblin– guitar
  • Joe Davis – horns
  • Junior Markham & the Tulsa All-Stars
  • Jimmy “Junior” Markham – harmonica
  • Jimmy Karstein – drums
  • Chuck Blackwell – drums
  • Chuck Browning – drums
  • David Teegarden – drums
  • Steve Hickerson – guitar
  • Tommy Tripplehorn – guitar
  • Glen Mitchell, Larry Bell, Carl Bickhardt, Dick Sims, Angelene Ripley, Ed Robinson – Hammond B-3 organs
  • Steve Allen, Rick Beilke, Mike Bruce, Mark Bruner, Jim Byfield, Robert Coggins, Jon Crowder, Gary Cundiff, Jim Edwards, Richard Feldman, Huey Flannery, Ron Flynt, Michael Garrett, Gary Gilmore, Doc James, Roger Linn, Steve Pryor, Jim Pulte, Gordon Shryock, “Skee”, Roger Tillison, Don White – guitar
  • Chuck DeWalt, Bill Belknap, Rich Brown, Jim Keltner – additional drums
  • Stacey Grant – trombone
  • Danny Mayo– life observations and noises
  • Ron Morgan – bass guitar riffs
  • Bonnie Raitt – slide guitar
  • Charlene Ripley – trumpet
  • Pat “Taco” Ryan – saxophone
  • Jim Strader – bass guitar licks
  • Spencer Sutton – piano
  • Ron Getman – engineer
  • Walt Richmond – engineering, photography
  • Angelene Ripley – engineering
  • Denny Purcell – mastering
  • Maude Gilman – art direction
  • Señor McGuire – photography

Track listing:

  1. The Tulsa Shuffle – Steve Ripley
  2. Fallin’ Apart – Steve Ripley, Ron Getman
  3. Thirty Days – Chuck Berry
  4. I’ve Had Enough – Steve Ripley
  5. The Little Man — Jim Pulte, Ripley, Tim DuBois
  6. Baby Likes to Rock It – Steve Ripley, Walt Richmond
  7. Badly Bent – Steve Ripley, Richmond, Martha Ellis
  8. The Blue Collar Rock – Steve Ripley
  9. Doreen – Steve Ripley
  10. Settin’ the Woods on Fire – Fred Rose, Ed G. Nelson
  11. Tryin’ to Get to New Orleans – Steve Ripley, Richmond, DuBois
  12. The Tulsa Shuffle (revisited) – Steve Ripley

On August 2, 2010.

The Suburbs

On August 2, 2010, “Merge” label released “The Suburbs”, the third Arcade Fire studio album. It was recorded 2008 – 2010, and was produce by Arcade Fire and Markus Dravs. “The Suburbs” won “Album of the Year” at the 2011 “Grammy Awards”, “Best International Album” at the 2011 “BRIT Awards”, “Album of the Year” at the 2011 “Juno Awards”, and the 2011 “Polaris Music Prize” for best Canadian album. The album was certified 2 x Platinum in Canada by “CRIA” and Platinum in UK by the “BPI”.

Personnel:

  • Will Butler
  • Win Butler
  • Régine Chassagne
  • Jeremy Gara
  • Tim Kingsbury
  • Sarah Neufeld
  • Richard Reed Parry
  • Sarah Neufeld, Owen Pallett, Richard Reed Parry, Marika Anthony Shaw – strings
  • Clarice Jensen, Nadia Sirota, Yuki Numata, Caleb Burhans, Ben Russell, Rob Moose – additional strings
  • Colin Stetson– saxophones
  • Pietro Amato– French horn
  • Arcade Fire – mixing, arrangement
  • Owen Pallett– string arrangements
  • Mark Lawson – recording
  • Craig Silvey – mixing
  • Nick Launay– additional mixing
  • Marcus Paquin, Don Murnaghan and Noah Goldstein – additional recording
  • Brian Thorn – assistant (Magic Shop)
  • Brad Bell – assistant (Public Hi-Fi)
  • Adam Greenspan – assistant
  • Caroline Robert – artwork design
  • Vincent Morisset– art direction
  • Gabriel Jones – photography (assisted by Joey Matthews & Stephane Fiore)

Track listing:

All tracks by Sarah Neufeld, Richard Reed Parry, Jeremy Gara, Win Butler, Will Butler, Régine Chassagne & Tim Kingsbury.

  1. The Suburbs
  2. Ready to Start
  3. Modern Man
  4. Rococo
  5. Empty Room
  6. City With No Children
  7. Half Light I
  8. Half Light II (No Celebration)
  9. Suburban War
  10. Month of May
  11. Wasted Hours
  12. Deep Blue
  13. We Used to Wait
  14. Sprawl I (Flatland)
  15. Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)
  16. The Suburbs (continued)

On August 2, 1989.

Cinderrela Theory

On August 2, 1989, “Paisley Park Records” released “The Cinderella Theory”, the fifth George Clinton solo studio album. It was recorded in 1989, and was produced by George Clinton.

Personnel:

  • Joseph Fiddler, David Spradley, Bill Brown, Greg Crockett – keyboards
  • Bootsy Collins, DeWayne “Blackbyrd” McKnight, Andre Foxxe, Steve Washington – bass
  • DeWayne “Blackbyrd” McKnight, Bootsy Collins, Tracey Lewis, Andre Foxxe – guitars
  • William Payne, Dean Ragland, Lelan Zales, Richie Stevens Scratchin’, Anthony Jones – – drums, drums programming
  • Eric Leeds – tenor sax
  • Atlanta Bliss – trumpet
  • Mike Fleming – flute
  • Larry Fratangelo – percussion
  • AJ – spoons
  • Pat Lewis, Sheila Washington, Jimmy Giles, Sandra Feva Dance, Lige Curry, Belita Woods, Tambra Makowsky, Navarro Berman, Pennye Ford, Patty Curry, Jennie Peters, Dean Ragland, Robert Johnson, Joe Harris, Andre Foxxe Williams, Tracey Lewis, Jessica Cleaves, Karen Foster, Anita Johnson, Louis Kabbabie, Mike Harris, Garry Shider, Daryl Johnson, Daryl Clinton, Shirley Hayden, Steve Boyd, Angela Workman, “Doe” Holiday – vocals

Track listing:

  1. Airbound – Tracey Lewis
  2. Tweakin’ – Bob Bishop, Chuck D, David Spradley, Flavor Flav
  3. Cinderella Theory – Amp Fiddler, George Clinton
  4. Why Should I Dog U Out? – Amp Fiddler, DeWayne McKnight, George Clinton
  5. Serious Slammin’ – Greg Crockett
  6. There I Go Again – Amp Fiddler, George Clinton, Joe Harris
  7. (She Got It) Goin’ On – Amp Fiddler, Shawn Clinton
  8. Banana Boat Song – Burgess, W. Attaway
  9. French Kiss – Andre Foxxe, DeWayne McKnight, George Clinton, Steve Washington
  10. Rita Bewitched – George Clinton, Tracey Lewis
  11. Kredit Kard – Clip Payne, George Clinton
  12. Airbound (Reprise) – Tracey Lewis

 

 

On August 2, 1983.

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On August 2, 1983, “Asylum” label released “Lawyers in Love”, the seventh Jackson Browne album. It was recorded in 1983, and was produced by Jackson Browne and Greg Ladanyi.

Personnel:

  • Jackson Browne – guitar, vocals
  • Craig Doerge– synthesizer, piano
  • Bob Glaub– bass, organ
  • Doug Haywood – organ, vocals, bass
  • Russ Kunkel– drums
  • Billy Payne– organ
  • Rick Vito– lead guitar, vocals
  • Danny Kortchmar– arranger
  • Greg Ladanyi– engineer
  • James Geddes – engineer
  • Ed Wong – engineer
  • Brian Reed – production assistant
  • Dawn Patrol – design, art direction, cover design
  • Jimmy Wachtel– design, art direction, cover design
  • Matti Klatt – photography

Track list:

All tracks by Jackson Browne except where noted:

  1. Lawyers in Love
  2. On the Day
  3. Cut It Away
  4. Downtown
  5. Tender Is the Night – Jackson Browne, Danny Kortchmar, Russ Kunkel
  6. Knock on Any Door – Jackson Browne, Craig Doerge, Danny Kortchmar
  7. Say It Isn’t True
  8. For a Rocker

 

On August 2, 1978.

Boston_-_Don't_Look_Back

On August 2, 1978, “Epic” label released “Don’t Look Back”, the second Boston studio album. It was recorded 1977–1978, at  “Hideaway Studio” and “Northern Studio” in Maynard, Massachusetts, and was produced by Tom Scholz. The album was certified 7 x Platinum in the US by the “RIIA” and 5 x Platinum in Canada by “CRIA”.

Personnel:

  1. Brad Delp– lead and harmony vocals
  2. Barry Goudreau– lead guitar, slide guitar, rhythm guitar
  3. Sib Hashian– drums, percussion
  4. Tom Scholz– lead guitar, rhythm guitar, bass guitar, organs, piano, percussion,engineer, arranger, digital remastering, cover concept
  5. Fran Sheehan– bass guitar, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Tom Scholz, except “Party”, co-written with Brad Delp, and “Used to Bad News” written by Brad Delp.

  1. Don’t Look Back
  2. The Journey
  3. It’s Easy
  4. A Man I’ll Never Be
  5. Feelin’ Satisfied
  6. Party
  7. Used to Bad News
  8. Don’t Be Afraid

 

On August 2, 1997.

Fela Kuti

On August 2, 1997, Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti aka Fela Kuti, died aged 58. The Nigerian born multi instrumentalist (Saxophone, vocals, keyboards, trumpet, guitar, drums), singer and composer was human right and political activist and one of the pioneers of the Afrobeat music style and one of the biggest propagators of the African music worldwide.