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On May 14, 2021.

On May 14, 2021, “Easy Eye Sound” and “Nonesuch” labels released “Delta Kream”,  tenth Black Keys (The) studio album. It was recorded in December 2019, at “Easy Eye Sound” in Nashville, and was produced by Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney.

Personnel:

  • Dan Auerbach – lead vocals, electric guitar
  • Patrick Carney – drums, percussion
  • Kenny Brown – electric guitar
  • Eric Deaton – bass
  • Sam Bacco – additional percussion
  • Tchad Blake – mixing
  • Ryan Smith – mastering
  • M. Allen Parker – engineer
  • Caleb Van Buskirk – additional engineering
  • Michael Deano – engineer assistant
  • Mickey Smay – engineer assistant

Track list

  1. Crawling Kingsnake – John Lee Hooker, Bernard Besman
  2. Louise – Mississippi Fred McDowell
  3. Poor Boy a Long Way from Home – R. L. Burnside
  4. Stay All Night – Junior Kimbrough
  5. Going Down South – R. L. Burnside
  6. Coal Black Mattie – Ranre Burnette
  7. Do the Romp – Junior Kimbrough
  8. Sad Days, Lonely Nights – Junior Kimbrough
  9. Walk with Me – Junior Kimbrough
  10. Mellow Peaches – Big Joe Williams
  11. Come On and Go with Me – Junior Kimbrough

On July 28, 2009.

On July 28, 2009, “Capitol” label released “The Dirty Dozen”, the fourteenth George Thorogood and the Destroyers studio album. It was recorded in 2009, at “Glenwood Place Studios” in Burbank, CA, and was produced by Jim Gaines  and Delaware Destroyers.

Personnel:

  • George Thorogood – vocals, guitar
  • Jim Suhler– guitar
  • Bill Blough – bass
  • Jeff Simon – drums
  • Buddy Leach – saxophone
  • Hank Carter – saxophone
  • Steve Chrismar – guitar
  • Ian Stewart– piano
  • Jake Vest – backing vocals
  • Mike Donahue – executive producer
  • Shawn Berman – engineer

Track listing:

  1. Tail Dragger – Willie Dixon
  2. Drop Down Mama – John Adam Estes
  3. Run Myself Out of Town – Wendell Holmes
  4. Born Lover – McKinley Morganfield
  5. Twenty Dollar Gig – Mickey Bones
  6. Let Me Pass – Ellas McDaniel
  7. Howlin’ for My Baby – Willie Dixon, Howlin’ Wolf
  8. Highway 49 – Big Joe Williams
  9. Six Days on The Road – Earl Green, Carl Montgomery
  10. Treat Her Right – Roy Head, Gene Kurtz
  11. Hello Little Girl – Chuck Berry
  12. Blue Highway – Nick Gravenites, David Getz

On January 3, 1966.

On January 3, 1966, “Columbia” label released “Just Like Us!” the fourth Paul Revere & the Raiders studio album. It was recorded in 1965, and was produced by Terry Melcher.

Personnel:

  • Paul Revere – organ
  • Mark Lindsay– vocals, saxophone
  • Drake Levin– guitar
  • Philip “Fang” Volk– bass
  • Mike “Smitty” Smith – drums

Track listing:

  1. Steppin’ Out – Mark Lindsay, Paul Revere
  2. Doggone – Marvin Tarplin, Smokey Robinson, Warren Moore
  3. Out of Sight – Ted Wright
  4. Baby, Please Don’t Go – Big Joe Williams
  5. I Know – Barbara George
  6. Night Train – Jimmy Forrest, Lewis P. Simpkins, Oscar Washington
  7. Just Like Me – Richard Dey, Roger Hart
  8. Catch the Wind – Donovan Leitch
  9. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  10. I’m Crying – Alan Price, Eric Burdon
  11. New Orleans – Frank Guida, Joseph Royster
  12. Action – Steve Venet, Tommy Boyce

In November 1967.

In November 1967, “Mainstream” label released the debut, self-titled Amboy Dukes album. It was recorded in 1967, and was produced by Bob Shad.

Personnel:

  • Ted Nugent– guitar
  • John (J.B.) Drake – vocals
  • Steve Farmer– guitar
  • Rick Lober– piano, organ
  • Dave Palmer – drums
  • Bill White – bass

Track listing:

  1. Baby, Please Don’t Go – Big Joe Williams
  2. I Feel Free – Jack Bruce, Pete Brown
  3. Psalms of Aftermath – Ted Nugent, Steve Farmer
  4. Colors – Ted Nugent, Steve Farmer, Rick Lober, Bill White
  5. Let’s Go Get Stoned – Valerie Simpson, Nick Ashford, Jo Armstead
  6. Down on Philips Escalator – Ted Nugent, Steve Farmer
  7. The Lovely Lady – Steve Farmer
  8. Night Time – Ted Nugent, Steve Farmer
  9. It’s Not True – Pete Townshend
  10. Gimme Love – Ted Nugent, Steve Farmer

In August 1970.

In August 1970, “Columbia” label released “Easy Does It”, the third Al Kooper album. It was recorded in 1969, and was produced by Al Kooper.

Personnel:

  • Al Kooper – piano, organ, guitars, ondioline, sitar, vibraphone, prepared guitar, electronic effects, vocals
  • Stu Woods – electric bass, backing vocal
  • Rick Marotta– drums, backing vocal
  • David Bromberg– pedal steel, guitar
  • Tom Cosgrove, Louie Shelton, Stu Scharf, Joe Beck, Tommy Tedesco, Keith Allison, Freddie Weller, Wayne Moss, Charlie Daniels– guitar
  • Lyle Ritz, John Miller, Joe Osborn, Charlie McCoy– electric bass
  • Earl Palmer, Joe Corero, Jr, Ken Buttrey, Al Rogers – drums
  • Larry Knechtel– piano
  • Fred Lipisus – tenor saxophone
  • Peter Ivers– harmonica
  • George Devens – percussion
  • Milt Holland– tabla
  • Pete Drake– pedal steel
  • The Blossoms– backing vocal
  • Bobby Colomby– congas
  • Charlie Calello– string and horn arrangements
  • Jackson Marlie – vocals
  • Jimmie Haskell– arrangements and conductor
  • Don Puluse, Neil Wilburn, Stan Tonkel, Sy Mitchell, Tim Geelan – engineers
  • Mike Ruschack – mastering engineer
  • Stan Weiss – remix engineer

Track listing:

  1. Brand New Day – Al Kooper
  2. Piano Solo Introduction to I Got a Woman
  3. I Got a Woman – Ray Charles, Renald Richard
  4. Country Road – James Taylor
  5. I Bought You the Shoes (You’re Walking Away In) – Bob Brass, Irwin Levine, Kooper
  6. Introduction
  7. Easy Does It – Al Kooper
  8. Buckskin Boy – Al Kooper, Charlie Calello
  9. Love Theme from The Landlord – Al Kooper
  10. Sad, Sad Sunshine – Al Kooper
  11. Let the Duchess No – John Gregory, Jim Roberts
  12. She Gets Me Where I Live – Al Kooper, Charlie Calello
  13. A Rose and a Baby Ruth – D. Loudermilk
  14. Baby, Please Don’t Go – Big Joe Williams
  15. God Sheds His Grace on Thee – Al Kooper, Charlie Calello

In August 1969.

In August 1969, “Chess” label released “Fathers and Sons”, the seventh Muddy Waters studio album. The album features both studio and live recordings. The studio tracks were recorded in April 21–23, 1969 at “Ter Mar Studios” in Chicago, April 24, 1969 at the “Super Cosmic Joy-Scout Jamboree” in Chicago. Producer on all tracks was Norman Dayron.The cover illustration was by Don Wilson and was based on Michelangelo’s design on the Sistine Chapel.

Personnel:

  • Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield) – vocals, guitar
  • Otis Spann– piano
  • Michael Bloomfield– guitar
  • Paul Butterfield– harmonica
  • Donald “Duck” Dunn– bass guitar
  • Sam Lay– drums
  • Paul Asbell – rhythm guitar
  • Buddy Miles– drums
  • Jeff Carp – chromatic harmonica
  • Phil Upchurch– bass guitar
  • Ron Malo– engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by McKinley Morganfield, except where noted.

  1. All Aboard
  2. Mean Disposition
  3. Blow Wind Blow
  4. Can’t Lose What You Ain’t Never Had
  5. Walkin’ Thru The Park
  6. Forty Days and Forty Nights – Bernard Roth
  7. Standin’ Round Crying
  8. I’m Ready – Willie Dixon
  9. Twenty Four Hours – Eddie Boyd
  10. Sugar Sweet – Mel London
  11. Long Distance Call
  12. Baby, Please Don’t Go – Big Joe Williams
  13. Honey Bee
  14. The Same Thing – Willie Dixon
  15. Got My Mojo Working, Part 1 – Preston Foster, McKinley Morganfield
  16. Got My Mojo Working, Part 2 – Preston Foster, McKinley Morganfield

 

In June 1973.

In June 1973, “MCA” label released “Never Turn Your Back on a Friend”, the third Budgie album. It was recorded in 1973, and was produced by Burke Shelley, Tonu Bourge and Ray Phillips. The album cover art was by Roger Dean.

Personnel:

  • Burke Shelley- bass, lead vocals
  • Tony Bourge- guitars, backing vocals
  • Ray Phillips- drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Burke Shelley, Tony Bourge and Ray Phillips, except where noted.

  1. Breadfan
  2. Baby, Please Don’t Go – Big Joe Williams
  3. You Know I’ll Always Love You
  4. You’re the Biggest Thing Since Powdered Milk
  5. In the Grip of a Tyrefitter’s Hand
  6. Riding My Nightmare
  7. Parents

On February 17, 1975.

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On February 17, 1975, “Albert Productions” released (only in Australia) “High Voltage”, the debut  AC/DC album. It was recorded in November 1974, at “Albert Studios” in Sydney, and was produced by Harry Vanda and George Young.

Personnel:

  • Bon Scott– lead vocals
  • Angus Young– lead guitar
  • Malcolm Young– rhythm guitar, backing vocals, bass guitar, lead guitar
  • George Young– production, bass guitar, rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Rob Bailey– bass guitar
  • Peter Clack– drums
  • Tony Currenti– drums
  • Harry Vanda– production, backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott, except where noted.

  1. Baby, Please Don’t Go – Big Joe Williams
  2. She’s Got Balls
  3. Little Lover
  4. Stick Around
  5. Soul Stripper – Angus Young, Malcolm Young
  6. You Ain’t Got a Hold on Me
  7. Love Song
  8. Show Business