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On October 5, 1993.

On October 5, 1993, “Sire” label released “Anodyne”, the fourth and final Uncle Tupelo studio album. It was recorded May – June 1993 at “Cedar Creek Studio” in Austin, Texas, and was produced by Brian Paulson.

Personnel:

  • Jay Farrar – vocals and guitar, mandolin
  • Max Johnston – fiddle and lap steel guitar, banjo, dobro
  • John Stirratt – guitar, bass guitar
  • Jeff Tweedy – vocals, bass guitar, guitar
  • Ken Coomer – drums
  • Joe Ely – vocals
  • Brian Henneman – vocals
  • Lloyd Maines – pedal steel guitar
  • Doug Sahm – vocals, guitar
  • Brian Paulson – engineering, mixing
  • Scott Hull – mastering
  • Dave C. Birke – graphic design, art direction
  • Dan Corrigan – photography

Track listing:

  1. Slate – Jay Farrar
  2. Acuff-Rose – Jedd Tweedy
  3. The Long Cut – Jeff Tweedy
  4. Give Back the Key to My Heart – Doug Sahm
  5. Chickamauga – Jay Farrar
  6. New Madrid – Jeff Tweedy
  7. Anodyne – Jay Farrar
  8. We’ve Been Had – Jeff Tweedy
  9. Fifteen Keys – Jay Farrar
  10. High Water – Jay Farrar
  11. No Sense in Lovin’ – Jeff Tweedy
  12. Steal the Crumbs – Jay Farrar

On September 3, 1996.

On September 3, 1996, “Capitol” label released “Venus Isle”, the third Eric Johnson studio album. It was recorded in 1996, at “Saucer One Studio” and “Arlyn Studios” in Austin, Texas, “A&M Studios” in Hollywood, “Digital Services Recording”, “Rocket Ranch Studios” in Houston, “Reelsound Recording Company” in Buda, Texas, and was produced by Eric Johnson and Richard Mullen.

Personnel:

  • Eric Johnson – lead vocals, guitar, guitar synthesizer, synthesizer, piano, electric sitar, arrangements, engineer
  • Amit Chatterjee – vocals
  • Christopher Cross – vocals
  • Jimmie Vaughan – additional guitar
  • Steve Barber – synthesizer, Hammond B3, arrangements
  • Kyle Brock – bass, arrangements
  • Roscoe Beck – bass, engineering
  • Chris Maresh – bass
  • Tommy Taylor – drums, percussion, arrangements
  • Bill Maddox – drums, engineer
  • James Fenner – percussion
  • Chris Searles – percussion
  • Richard Kilmer – strings
  • Bruce Williams – strings
  • Jennifer Bourianoff – strings
  • Anthony Stogner – strings
  • Scott McIntosh – trumpet

Track listing:

All tracks by Eric Johnson, except where noted.

  1. Venus Isle
  2. Battle We Have Won
  3. All About You
  4. S.R.V.
  5. Lonely in the Night – Vince Mariani
  6. Manhattan
  7. Camel’s Night Out – Kyle Brock, Mark Younger-Smith
  8. Song for Lynette
  9. When the Sun Meets the Sky – Johnson, Steve Barber
  10. Pavilion
  11. Venus Reprise

On July 5, 1994.

On July 5, 1994, “Play It Again Sam” label released “Hot Boxing”, the second Magnapop studio album. It was recorded in August 1993 at “Pedernales Recording Studio” in Austin, Texas, “Bosstown Studios” in Atlanta, Georgia, and was produced by Bob Mould.

Personnel:

  • Linda Hopper – lead vocals
  • Ruthie Morris – guitar, backing vocals
  • Shannon Mulvaney – bass guitar
  • David McNair – drums
  • Jim Wilson – engineer
  • David Collins – remastering
  • Valerie Raimonde – design
  • Ruth Leitman – art direction, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Linda Hopper and Ruthie Morris.

  1. Slowly, Slowly
  2. Texas
  3. Lay It Down
  4. Here It Comes
  5. Piece of Cake
  6. Free Mud
  7. Leo
  8. The Crush
  9. Ride
  10. In the Way
  11. Idiot Song
  12. Get It Right
  13. Emergency
  14. Skinburns

On July 3, 2020.

On July 3, 2020, “Legacy Recordings” label released “First Rose of Spring”, the seventieth Willie Nelson studio album. It was recorded in 2019 at “The Tracking Room”, UMG Studios”, “Blackbird Studios” and “The Tone Dock” Nashville, “Pedernales Studios” in Austin, and was produced by Buddy Cannon.

Personnel:

  • Willie Nelson – Trigger, vocals
  • Buddy Cannon – acoustic guitar, background vocals
  • Bobby Terry – acoustic and electric guitar, steel guitar
  • Mike Johnson – steel guitar
  • Catherine Marx – piano, B3 organ, Wurlitzer, Rhodes
  • Mickey Raphael – harmonica
  • Kevin “Swine” Grantt – upright bass
  • Larry Paxton – upright bass
  • Chad Cromwell – drums
  • Lonnie Wilson – drums
  • Sari Reist – strings
  • Kristin Wilkinson – strings
  • David Davidson – strings
  • Connie Ellisor – strings
  • Alicia Enstrom – strings
  • Anthony La Marchina – strings
  • Dave Angell – strings
  • Monisa Angell – strings
  • Jerry Bifano – strings
  • Karen Winkelmann – strings
  • Kristin Wilkinson – string arrangements
  • Melodie Cannon – background vocals
  • Ward Davis – background vocals
  • Tony Castle – recording, mixing
  • Steve Chadie – recording
  • Andrew Mendelson – mastering
  • Luke Armentrout – mastering assistant
  • Kevin Boettger – assistant engineer
  • Michelle Freetley – assistant engineer
  • Matt Leigh – assistant engineer
  • Steve Mazur – assistant engineer
  • Nick Molino – assistant engineer
  • Bryce Roberts – assistant engineer
  • Bobby Terry – additional engineer
  • Bobbi Giel – mastering assistant
  • Andrew Darby – mastering assistant
  • Shannon Finnegan – production coordinator
  • Steven Lamb – copyist
  • Micah Nelson – artwork
  • Alexandra Dascalu Nelson – back cover photo

Track listing:

  1. First Rose of Spring – Randy Houser, Allen Shamblin, Mark Beeson
  2. Blue Star – Willie Nelson, Buddy Cannon
  3. I’ll Break Out Again – Sanger D. Shafer, A. L. “Doodle” Owens
  4. Don’t let the Old Man In – Toby Keith
  5. Just Burnin’ Around – Pete Graves
  6. Our Song – Chris Stapleton
  7. We Are the Cowboys – Billy Joe Shaver
  8. Stealing Home – Maria Cannon-Goodman, Casey Beathard, Don Sampson
  9. I’m the Only Hell My Mama Ever Raised – Wayne Kemp, Bobby Borchers, Mack Vickery
  10. Love Just Laughed – Willie Nelson, Buddy Cannon
  11. Yesterday When I Was Young – Charles Aznavour, Herbert Kretzmer

On May 24, 2011.

On May 24, 2011, “Downtown Records” label released “D”, the fourth White Denim album. It was recorded in 2011, at “Lakeside Studio” and “Mob House” in Austin, Texas, and was produced by Mike McCarthy, James Petralli, Austin Jenkins, Steven Terebecki and Joshua Block.

Personnel:

  • James Petralli – vocals, guitars, arranger
  • Austin Jenkins – guitars, arranger
  • Steven Terebecki – bass guitar, arranger
  • Joshua Block – drums, percussion, mixing, arranger
  • Alex Coke – flute
  • Brian Hall – violin
  • Heather Anderson – viola
  • Amy Harris – viola
  • Elizabeth S. Lee – cello
  • Jonathan Geer – string arrangements
  • Danny Reisch – engineer
  • Mike McCarthy – engineer, mixing
  • Jim Vollentine – assistant engineer
  • Emily Lazar – mastering
  • Joe LaPorta – mastering
  • Michael Hammett – artwork designer, photography
  • Bobby Weiss – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by James Petralli, Austin Jenkins, Steven Terebecki and Joshua Block, except where noted.

  1. It’s Him!
  2. Burnished – James Petralli, Austin Jenkins, Steven Terebecki, Joshua Block, Lucas Anderson
  3. At the Farm
  4. Street Joy
  5. Anvil Everything
  6. River to Consider
  7. Drug
  8. Bess St.
  9. Is and Is and Is
  10. Keys

On April 28, 1998.

On April 28, 1998, “Elektra” label released “A Series of Sneaks”, the second Spoon studio album, It was recorded in 1997, at “Dogland” in Cedar Creek, “Music Lane”, “The Hit Shack”, “Blue World” and “The Catacomb” in Austin, Texas, and was produced by John Croslin, Britt Daniel, Joshua Zarbo and Jim Eno.

Personnel:

  • Britt Daniel – vocals, guitar
  • Joshua Zarbo – bass
  • Jim Eno – drums
  • John Groslin – recording, engineer, mixing
  • Dave Collins – mastering
  • Giacomo Balla – artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by Britt Daniel except where noted.

  1. Utilitarian
  2. The Minor Tough
  3. The Guestlist/The Execution
  4. Reservations
  5. 30 Gallon Tank –Britt Daniel, Jim Eno
  6. Car Radio
  7. Metal Detektor
  8. June’s Foreign Spell
  9. Chloroform
  10. Metal School – Britt Daniel, Josh Zarbo
  11. Starting at the Board
  12. No You’re Not
  13. Quincy Punk Episode
  14. Advance Cassette

On April 22, 2003.

On April 22, 2003, “Aligator” label released “So Many Rivers” the eleventh Marcia Ball album. It was recorded in 2002, at “The Hit Shack” in Austin, Texas, “Greenleaf Place” in Hollywood, California, and was produced by Stephen Bruton.

Personnel:

  • Marcia Ball – vocals, piano
  • Stephen Bruton – acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin
  • James Pennebaker – guitar, lap steel, baritone guitar, fiddle
  • Pat Boyack – guitar
  • Wayne Toups – vocal, accordion
  • Johnny Nicholas – harmonica
  • Red Young – Hammond B3 Organ
  • Don Bennett – bass
  • Yoggie Musgrove – bass
  • Chris Maresh – bass
  • Tom Fillman – drums
  • Keith Robinson – drums
  • Deborah Dobkin: percussion
  • Chet Himes – engineer, mixing
  • Ross Hogarth – engineer
  • Todd Dillon – assistant engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Marcia Ball, except where noted.

  1. Foreclose On The House Of Love – John Lee Sanders
  2. Dance with Me – Danny Timms
  3. Baby, Why Not
  4. Honeypie – Danny Timms
  5. Give Me a Chance
  6. Didn’t You Know
  7. Give It Up (Give In)
  8. So Many Rivers to Cross – Jodi Siegel, Daniel Moore
  9. The Storm
  10. The Lowdown
  11. Hurricane on China Lake – Danny Timms
  12. Three Hundred Pounds of Hongry – Donnie Fritts, Eddie Hinton
  13. If It’s Really Got To Be This Way – Donnie Frits, Arthur Alexander, Gary Nicholson
  14. If It Ain’t One Thing – Doug Duffey

On April 11, 2006.

On April 11, 2006, “Light in the Attic Records” label released “Passover” the debut Black Angels album. It was recorded in 2005, at “Cacophony Recorders”, “Wire Recording”, and “Shh! Recording Studios” in Austin, Texas, and was produced by Erik Wofford, Ross Ingram, Christian Bland, Nate Ryan, Alex Maas and Stephanie Bailey.

Personnel:

  • Christian Bland – vocals, guitar, bass
  • Nate Ryan – bass, guitar
  • Alex Maas – vocals, bass
  • Stephanie Bailey – drums, percussion
  • Jennifer Raines – drone machine
  • Erik Wofford – recording, mixing
  • Ross Ingram – recording, mixing
  • Dave Cooley – mastering
  • Christian Bland – design
  • Brian Jones – design

Track listing:

  1. Young Men Dead
  2. The First Vietnamese War
  3. Sniper at the Gates of Heaven
  4. The Prodigal Sun
  5. Black Grease
  6. Manipulation
  7. Empire
  8. Better Off Alone
  9. Bloodhounds on My Trail
  10. Call to Arms

The track “Call to Arms” ends at minute 10:42. After 3 minutes and 30 seconds of silence (10:42 – 14:12), begins a hidden song, a cover of Jimmy Cliff’s track “Vietnam”.

On March 29, 2019.

On March 29, 2019, “City Slang” label released “Side Effects” the tenth White Denim album. It was recorded in 2018, at “Studio De La Ronjo” and “Radio Milk” in Austin, Texas, “Lakeside”, and was produced by James Petralli, Jim Vollentine and Steve Terebecki.

Personnel:

  • James Petralli – vocals, guitar, vocoder, omnichord, recording
  • Steve Trebecki – bass, organ, synthesizer, sampling keyboard, omnichord
  • Michael Hunter – acoustic and electric piano, synthesizer
  • Gregory Clifford – drums, percussion
  • Sam Coben – guitar
  • Conrad Choucroun – drums
  • Jordan Richardson – drums, kalimba
  • Daniel Dufour – drums
  • Jeff Olson – drums, percussion, tom tom
  • Stephen Petterson – synthesizer, percussion
  • Marshall Lowry – tenor saxophone
  • Mike St. Clair – iRig application, electric piano, synthesizer, omnichord 
  • Jim Vollentine – recording engineer, tracking, mixing
  • Daniel McNeill – recording engineer, sampling
  • Joe LaPorta – mastering
  • William Gaynor – artwork

Track listing:

  1. Small Talk (Feeling Control)
  2. Hallelujah Strike Gold
  3. Shanalala
  4. NY Money
  5. Out of Doors
  6. Reversed Mirror
  7. So Emotional
  8. Head Spinning
  9. Introduce Me

On March 4, 2003.

On March 4, 2003, “Sanctuary Records” label released “The Power to Believe”, the thirteenth King Crimson studio album. It was recorded in 2002, at “The Tracking Room” and “Studio Belew” in Nashville, “Pat’s Garage” in Austin, “St. Peter’s Church” in Newlyn, and was produced by Machine, David Singleton, Robert Fripp, Adrian Belew, Pat Mastelotto and Trey Gunn.

Personnel:

  • Robert Fripp – guitar
  • Adrian Belew – vocals, guitar
  • Pat Mastelotto – acoustic and electric drums, percussion
  • Trey Gunn – Warr touch bass
  • Tim Faulkner – voice source 
  • Ken Latchney – haiku voice recording
  • Jeff Juliano – additional engineering
  • Machine – programming, engineering, mixing
  • David Singleton – mastering
  • Simon Heyworth – mastering
  • P. J. Crook – artwork
  • Hugh O’Donnell – sleeve design

Track listing:

All lyrics by Adrian Belew, all music by by Adrian Belew, Robert Fripp, Trey Gunn and Pat Mastelotto except where noted.

  1. The Power to Believe I: A Cappella
  2. Level Five
  3. Eyes Wide Open
  4. Elektrik
  5. Facts of Life: Intro
  6. Facts of Life
  7. The Power to Believe II: Power Circle
  8. Dangerous Curves
  9. Happy with What You have to Be Happy With
  10. The Power to Believe III: Deception of the Trush
  11. The Power to Believe IV: Coda