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On August 3, 2021.

On August 3, 2021, “Drag City” label released “Harmonizer”, the thirteenth Ty Segall studio album. It was recorded in 2020, at “Harmonizer Studios” in Topanga, California, and was produced by Cooper Crain and Ty Segall.

Personnel:

  • Ty Segall – vocals, guitar, synthesizer, bass, drums, percussion, mixing
  • Emmett Kelly – guitar, backing vocals
  • Ben Boye – Rhodes piano, piano
  • Denée Segall – lead vocals
  • Cooper Crain – synthesizer
  • Mikal Cronin – bass guitar
  • Charles Moothart – drums, percussion
  • Cooper Crain – engineer, mixing
  • Ben Boye – piano recording 
  • Denée Segall – artwork, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Ty Segall.

  1. Learning
  2. Whisper
  3. Erased
  4. Harmonizer
  5. Pictures
  6. Ride
  7. Waxman
  8. Paly
  9. Feel Good
  10. Changing Contours

On August 3, 2018.

On August 3, 2018, “Infectious Music” label released “Living in Extraordinary Times”, is the 15th James studio album. It was recorded October – December 2017, at “Livingston” and “Iguana” in London, and was produced by Charlie Andrew and Beni Giles.

Personnel:

  • Tim Booth – lead and backing vocals, percussion
  • Adrian Oxaal – guitar, cello, backing vocals
  • Mark Hunter – keyboards, percussion, drum programming
  • Jim Glennie – bass guitar, percussion
  • David Baynton-Power – drums, percussion
  • Saul Davies – percussion, guitar, violin
  • Andy Diagram – trumpet, backing vocals
  • Brian Eno – synth programming
  • Charlie Andrew – drums, percussion, congas, bells, synth programming, additional drum programming, horns arrangements
  • Beni Giles – lead guitar, drums, percussion, bells, Moog bass, harmonium, synth programming, additional drum programming, horns arrangements
  • Rick Webster – additional programming, backing vocals
  • Adam Betts – drums, percussion
  • Peter Robertson – drums, percussion
  • Katie Earl – percussion
  • Tom Archer – percussion
  • Henri Davis – additional percussion
  • Mark Brown – saxophone
  • Pat Hartley – trombone
  • Trevor Mires – trombone, bass trombone
  • Larion Stolk – backing vocals
  • Ron Yeadon – backing vocals
  • Josephine Stephenson – choir
  • Kate Huggett – choir
  • Sarah Latto – choir
  • Dan Moyler – recording
  • Billy Halliday – recording
  • Tom Archer – recording assistant
  • Henri Davis – recording assistant
  • Charlie Andrew – mixing
  • Beni Giles – mixing
  • Jay Pocknell – mixing assistant
  • Katie Earl – mixing assistant
  • Dick Beetham – mastering
  • Magnus Gjoen – artwork
  • Studio Juice – design, layout

Track listing:

All lyrics by Tim Booth, all music by Tim Booth, Jim Glennie, Saul Davies and Mark Hunter, except where noted.

  1. Hank
  2. Coming Home (Pt.2) – Tim Booth, Jim Glennie, Saul Davies, Mark Hunter, Larry Gott
  3. Leviathan
  4. Heads
  5. Many Faces
  6. How Hard the Day
  7. Extraordinary Times
  8. Picture of This Place
  9. Hope to Sleep
  10. Better Than That
  11. Mask
  12. What’s It All About

On August 3, 2018.

On August 3, 2018, “Forasteiro” and “Universal” labels released “O Tempo É Agora”, the second Anavitória studio album. It was recorded May – June 2018, and was produced by Tiago Iorc and Moogie Canazio. In 2019, the album won the “Latin Grammy” forBest Portuguese Language Contemporary Pop Album”.

Personnel:

  • Ana Caetano – lead vocals
  • Vitória Falcão – lead vocals
  • Mike Tulio – co lead vocals
  • Tim Pierce – guitars
  • Roberto Pollo – keyboards
  • Jamie Muhoberac – keyboards
  • Sean Hurley — bass
  • Jamie Wollam — drums
  • Moogie Canazio – recording engineer, digital editing
  • Matt Wolach, Bo Bodnar, June Murakawa, Daniel Pampury = recording engineer assistant
  • Felipe Simas – executive producer
  • Isadora Silveira – production manager

Track listing:

  1. Ai, Amor – Ana Caetano
  2. Porgue Eu Te Amo – Ana Caetano, Tiago lorc
  3. Calendário – Ana Caetano
  4. Outrória – Ana Caetano, Mike Tulio
  5. A Gentle Junto – Ana Caetano, Tiago lorc
  6. O Tempo É Agora – Ana Caetano, Vitória Falcão
  7. Preta – Ana Caetano
  8. Canção de Hotel – Ana Caetano, Mike Tulio
  9. Cecilia – Ana Caetano
  10. Se Tudo Acaba – Ana Caetano, Mike Tulio

On August 3, 2000.

On August 3, 2000, Maurice Kinn, died aged 66. He was publisher, in 1953 bought “The New Musical Express”, and turned it into the world’s foremost music paper, between 1963 and 1966 he organized the annual “NME” poll-winners concerts, and staged the first all-star jazz concerts at the “Royal Albert Hall”, becoming one of the most influential figures of the world music scene in the 1950’ and 1960’.

On August 3, 2010.

On August 3, 2010, “XOXO Records” label released “Spot the Difference”, the 14th Squeeze album. It was recorded in 2010 and was produced by Andrew J. Jones and Glenn Tilbrook.

Personnel:

  • Chris Difford– vocals, guitar
  • Glenn Tilbrook– vocals, guitars, keyboards
  • John Bentley– vocals, bass
  • Simon Hanson– drums
  • Stephen Large– keyboards
  • Paul Carrack– vocals, keyboards
  • Andrew J. Jones – synthesizer, percussion
  • Bob Litten, Paul Pott, Ray Tabor – horns
  • Phil Veacock – saxophone
  • Alexandra Baybutt, Bryan Chambers, Derek Green, Suzanne Hunt, Jean-Marie Lincoln, Siobhan Parr, Louis Tilbrook – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook.

  1. Another Nail in My Heart
  2. Black Coffee in Bed
  3. Cool for Cats
  4. Goodbye Girl
  5. Hourglass
  6. Is That Love
  7. Labelled with Love
  8. Loving You Tonight
  9. Pulling Mussels (from the Shell)
  10. Slap and Tickle
  11. Some Fantastic Place
  12. Take Me I’m Yours
  13. Tempted
  14. Up the Junction

 

On August 3, 2004.

On August 3, 2004, “InsideOut Music” label released “Adam & Eve”, the eighth  Flower Kings studio album. It was recorded in 2004 and was produced by Roine Stolt.

Personnel:

  • Roine Stolt– vocals, guitars, keyboards
  • Tomas Bodin– keyboards
  • Hasse Bruniusson– percussion
  • Zoltan Csörsz– drums
  • Hasse Fröberg– vocals, guitars
  • Daniel Gildenlöw– vocals
  • Jonas Reingold– bass guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by Roine Stolt, except where noted.

  1. Love Supreme
  2. Cosmic Circus
  3. Babylon – Tomas Bodin
  4. A Vampire’s View
  5. Days Gone By – Tomas Bodin
  6. Adam & Eve
  7. Straight Man
  8. Timelines – Jonas Reingold, Roine Stolt
  9. Driver’s Seat
  10. The Blade of Cain

On August 3, 1983.

On August 3, 1983, “Arion Records” and “Sound Resources” labels released “Journey of the Dunadan”, the debut Glass Hammer album. It was recorded in 1983 and was produced by Feed Schendel and Stephen DeArge. It is a concept album based on  J.R.R. Tolkien’s novel “The Lord of the Rings”.

Personnel:

  • Fred Schendel – lead and backing vocals, organ, keyboards, acoustic guitar, recorder, drums
  • Stephen DeArqe – lead and backing vocals, synthesizer, bass guitar, trurus pedal, medieval guitar, percussion
  • Piper Kirk – lead and backing vocals
  • Michelle Young– lead and backing vocals
  • Basil Clouse – bass
  • David Carter – electric guitar
  • Rod Lambert – electric violin
  • Tony Mac – rhythm programming
  • Rosana Azar – cover art

Track listing:

All tracks by Fred Schendel and Stephen DeArqe.

  1. Shadows of the Past
  2. Something’s Coming
  3. Song of the Dunadan
  4. The Prancing Pony
  5. The Way to Her Heart
  6. The Ballad of Balin Longbeard
  7. Rivendell
  8. Khazed-Dum
  9. Nimrodel
  10. The Palantir
  11. Pelennor Fields
  12. Why I Cry (Arwen’s Song)
  13. Anduni
  14. Morannon Gate
  15. The Return of the King
  16. Why I Cry (single edit)

On August 3, 1982.

On August 3, 1982,”A&M” label released “The Art of Control”, the eighth Peter Frampton studio album. It was recorded in 1982 and was produced by Peter Frampton and Eddie Kramer.

Personnel:

  • Peter Frampton – lead vocals, lead guitar, guitar synthesizer, bass guitar, keyboards
  • Mark Goldenberg- rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • John Regan- bass guitar
  • Harry Stinson- drums
  • Ian Lloyd- backing vocals
  • Eddie Kramer- backing vocals
  • JD Dworkow – backing vocals
  • Eddie Kramer- engineer, mixer
  • Guy Charbonneau – assistant engineer
  • Alan Myerson – assistant engineer
  • Cliff Bonnell – assistant engineer
  • Phil Magnotti – assistant engineer
  • Mike Scott – assistant engineer
  • Don Wershba – assistant engineer
  • George Marino – mastering engineer
  • Hitoshi Takiguchi – mastering engineer
  • Norman Moore – artwork direction, cover artwork, cover artwork concept, design
  • Glenn Wexler- cover artwork photography
  • Jeffrey Kent Ayeroff – artwork direction
  • Shinjiro Kawashima – artwork research
  • Chihiro Nozaki – artwork coordinator

Track listing:

All tracks by Peter Frampton and Mark Goldenberg.

  1. I Read the News
  2. Sleepwalk
  3. Save Me
  4. Back to Eden
  5. An Eye for an Eye
  6. Don’t Think About Me
  7. Heart in the Fire
  8. Here Comes Caroline
  9. Barbara’s Vacation

 

On August 3, 1992.

On August 3, 1992, “Rockville” label released “March 16–20, 1992”, the third Uncle Tupelo studio album. It was recorded March 16–20, 1992, at “John Keane Studios” in Athens, Georgia, and was produced by Peter Buck.

Personnel:

  • Jay Farrar– vocals, bass guitar, guitar, 12 string guitar, harmonica
  • Jeff Tweedy– vocals, bass guitar, guitar, 12 string guitar
  • Mike Heidorn– drums, cymbals, tambourine
  • Brian Henneman– banjo, bouzouki, guitar, mandolin, slide guitar
  • John Keane– banjo, bass guitar, guitar, pedal steel guitar, steel guitar, engineering, mixing
  • Peter Buck– feedback
  • David Barbe– bass guitar, engineering
  • Andy Carlson – violin
  • Billy Holmes – accordion

Track listing:

  1. Grindstone – Jay Farrar
  2. Coalminers – traditional
  3. Wait Up – Jeff Tweedy
  4. Criminals – Jay Farrar
  5. Shaky Ground – Jay Farrar
  6. Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down – traditional
  7. Black Eye – Jeff Tweedy
  8. Moonshiner – traditional
  9. I Wish My Baby Was Born – traditional
  10. Atomic Power – Louvin, Louvin, Bain
  11. Lilli Schull – traditional
  12. Warfare – traditional
  13. Fatal Wound – Jeff Tweedy
  14. Sandusky – Jay Farrar, Jeff Tweedy
  15. Wipe The Clock – Jay Farrar

 

On August 3, 2009.

On August 3, 2009, “Domino” label released “Two Dancers”, the second  Wild Beasts studio album. It was recorded in January 2009, at “Ladders Farm” in Norfolk, UK, and was produced by Richard Formby, Hayden Thorpe, Tom Fleming, Ben Little and Chris Talbot.

Personnel:

  • Hayden Thorpe – lead and backing vocals, guitar, bass guitar, keyboards
  • Tom Fleming – lead and backing vocals, bass guitar, keyboards, guitar
  • Ben Little – lead guitar
  • Chris Talbot – drums, backing vocals
  • Richard Formby, David Pye – engineering
  • Lexxx – mixing
  • Russell Fawcus – assistance

Track listing:

  1. The Fun Powder Plot
  2. Hooting & Howling
  3. All the King’s Men
  4. When I’m Sleepy
  5. We Still Got the Taste Dancin’ on Our Tongues
  6. Two Dancers (i)
  7. Two Dancers (ii)
  8. This Is Our Lot
  9. Underbelly
  10. Empty Nest