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On November 22, 2019.

On November 22, 2019, “New West” label released “A Jazz Celebration of The Allman Brothers Band”, an album by the Big Band of Brothers. It was recorded in June 2018, at “Bates Brothers Recording” in Hueytown, Alabama, and was produced by John Harvey, Mark Lanter and Charles Driebe.

Personnel:

  • Mart Avant – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Rob Alley – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Barney Floyd – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Chris Gordon – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Billy Bargetzi – trombone
  • Chad Fisher – trombone
  • Bill Huber – trombone
  • Wycliffe Gordon – soprano trombone
  • Brandon Slocumb – bass trombone
  • Jimmy Bowland – alto saxophone
  • Mace Hibbard – alto saxophone
  • Kelley O’Neal – alto saxophone
  • Dick Aven – tenor, soprano saxophone
  • Nathan McLeod – tenor saxophone
  • Steve Collins – baritone saxophone
  • Marc Broussard – vocals
  • Ruthie Foster – vocals
  • Andy Nevala – piano, Hammond B-3, Rhodes
  • Jack Pearson – slide guitar
  • Matt Casey – guitar
  • Tom Wolfe – guitar
  • Abe Becker – double bass, bass guitar
  • Chris Kozak – double bass, bass guitar
  • David Ray – double bass, bass guitar
  • Mark Lanter – drums
  • Dave Crenshaw – congas, percussion

Track listing:

  1. Statesboro Blues – Blind Willie McTell
  2. Don’t Want You No More – Spencer Davis, Edward Hardin
  3. It’s Not My Cross to Bear – Gregg Allman
  4. Hot ‘Lanta – Duane Allman, Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Butch Trucks, Berry Oakley, Jai Johanny Johanson
  5. Whipping Post – Gregg Allman
  6. Stand Back – Gregg Allman
  7. Dreams – Gregg Allman
  8. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed – Bickey Betts
  9. Don’t Keep me Wonderin’ – Gregg Allman
  10. Les Brers in A Minor – Dickey Betts

On September 28, 2010.

On September 28, 2010, “Dreyfus Records” label released “You Can Always Turn Around”, the 20th Lucky Peterson album. It was recorded in March 2010, in Woodstock, NY, and was produced by Doug Yoel, Francis Dreyfus, and Lucky Peterson. “You Can Always Turn Around” won “Grand Prix du Disque” (Best Blues Album in 2010 in France).

Personnel:

  • Lucky Peterson– vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, national duolian, piano, arranger
  • Larry Campbell – acoustic and pedal steel guitar, mandolin, national duolian, arranger
  • Gary Burke – drums, arranger
  • Scott Petito – bass, octave mandolin, shaker, arranger, engineer, mixing, mastering
  • Tamara Peterson – vocals
  • Doug Yoel- arranger, cover photo, liner notes
  • Beth Reineke – assistant engineer, inside photo
  • Valérie Lefebvre – package coordinator
  • Djémila Boukhlifa – package coordinator

Track listing:

  1. I Believe I’ll Dust My Broom – Robert Johnson
  2. I’m New Here – Bill Callahan
  3. Statesboro Blues – Blind Willie McTell
  4. Trouble – Ray LaMontagne
  5. Trampled Rose – Tom Waits, Katleen Brennan
  6. Atonement – Lucinda Williams
  7. Why Are People Like That – Bobby Charles
  8. Four Little Boys – Lucky Peterson, James Peterson
  9. Death Don’t Have No Mercy – Reverend Gary Davis
  10. I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free- Billy Taylor, Dick Dallas
  11. Think – Curtis Mayfield

In January 1967.

In January 1967, “RCA Victor” label released the self-titled, debut Youngbloods  album. It was recorded in 1966, at “RCA Victor’s Studio B” in New York City, and was produced by Felix Pappalardi.

Personnel:

  • Jesse Colin Young– lead vocals, bass, rhythm guitar
  • Jerry Corbitt– rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Lowell “Banana” Levinger – lead guitar, electric piano
  • Joe Bauer – drums, percussion
  • George Ricci – cello
  • Bob Cullen – recording supervision
  • Mike Moran – engineer
  • Mickey Crofford – engineer
  • Ray Hall – engineer

Track listing:

  1. Grizzly Bear – Jerry Corbitt
  2. All Over the World (La-La) – Jerry Corbitt
  3. Statesboro Blues – Blind Willie McTell
  4. Get Together – Chet Powers
  5. One Note Man – Paul Arnoldi
  6. The Other Side of This Life – Fred Neil
  7. Tears Are Falling – Jesse Colin Young
  8. Four in the Morning – George Remailly
  9. Foolin’ Around (The Waltz) – Jesse Colin Young
  10. Ain’t That Lovin’ You – Jimmy Reed
  11. C. Rider – Mississippi John Hurt

On June 10, 2014.

On June 10, 2014, “Third Man Records” label released “Lazaretto”, the second Jack White studio album. It was recorded 2012 – 2014, at “Third Man Studio” in Nashville, and was produced by Jack White.

Personnel:

  • Jack White – lead vocals. electric and acoustic guitars, piano, maracas, shaker, percussion, layout, design, mixing, composition
  • Ruby Amanfu– shaker, tambourine, backing vocals (tracks
  • Carla Azar– drums, timpani
  • Maggie Björklund – acoustic guitar, pedal steel guitar
  • Ben Blackwell– drums
  • Timbre Cierpke – harp
  • Bryn Davies– upright bass
  • Dominic Davis – bass guitar, bass VI, upright bass
  • Olivia Jean – African drum, backing vocals
  • Daru Jones – drums
  • Fats Kaplin– fiddle, mandolin, pedal steel guitar
  • Patrick Keeler– drums
  • Ikey Owens– B3 Organ, keyboards, Moog Synthesizer, piano, Rhode
  • Catherine Popper– bass guitar
  • Lillie Mae Rische – fiddle, mandolin, backing vocals
  • Brooke Waggoner– B3 Organ, clavinet, Moog Synthesizer, piano
  • Cory Younts– harmonica, Korg Synthesizer, mandolin, piano, shaker
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering
  • Joshua V. Smith – assistant, engineering, mixing, backing vocals
  • Lars Fox– editing
  • Mindy Watts – assistant
  • C. Gundlach – back cover photo
  • Lewis Hine – back cover, images
  • Mary Ellen Matthews – photography
  • Jo McCaughey – photography
  • Ian Montone – management
  • Ryon Nishimori – design, layout
  • Vance Powell – engineering
  • Nathanio Strimpopulos – design, layout
  • Trent Thibodeaux – design, layout
  • Elfred Tseng – images

Track listing:

All tracks by Jack White, except where noted.

  1. Three Women – Blind Willie McTell
  2. Lazaretto
  3. Temporary Ground
  4. Would You Fight for My Love?
  5. High Ball Stepper
  6. Just One Drink
  7. Alone in My Home
  8. Entitlement
  9. That Black Bat Licorice
  10. I Think I Found the Culprit
  11. Want and Able

In May 1974.

In May 1974, “Reprise” label released “Paradise and Lunch”, the fourth Ry Cooder album. It was recorded in 1974, at “Warner Brothers Studios” in Hollywood and
“The Burbank Studios” in Burbank, California, and was produced by Russ Titelman and Lenny Waronker.

Personnel:

  • Ry Cooder- guitars, mandolin, vocals
  • Milt Holland– drums, percussion
  • Jim Keltner– drums
  • Russ Titelman, Chris Ethridge– electric bass
  • Ronnie Barron– piano, organ
  • Red Callender, John Duke – bass
  • Plas Johnson– alto saxophone
  • Oscar Brashear– cornet
  • Bobby King, Gene Mumford, Bill Johnson, George McCurn, Walter Cook, Richard Jones, Russ Titelman, Karl Russell – voices
  • Earl Hines- piano
  • George Bohanon- horn arrangement
  • Nick DeCaro – string arrangement
  • Susan Titleman– cover paintings, photography

Track listing:

  1. Tattler – Washington Phillips, Ry Cooder, Russ Titelman
  2. Married Man’s a Fool – Blind Willie McTell
  3. Jesus on the Mainline – traditional
  4. It’s All Over Now – Bobby Womack, Shirley Womack
  5. Fool for a Cigarette/Feelin’ Good – Sidney Bailey,  B. Lenoir, Jim Dickinson (medley)
  6. If Walls Could Talk – Bobby Miller
  7. Mexican Divorce – Burt Bacharach, Bob Hilliard
  8. Ditty Wah Ditty – Arthur Blake

On October 26, 1993.

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On October 26, 1993, “Columbia” label released “World Gone Wrong”, the twenty-ninth Bob Dylan studio album. It was recorded in 1983, and was produced by Bob Dylan. It was Dylan’s second consecutive collection of only traditional folk songs, performed acoustically with guitar and harmonica. “World Gone Wrong” received “Grammy Award” for “Best Traditional Folk Album”.

Personnel:

  • Bob Dylan– vocals, guitar, harmonica, production, liner notes

Track listing:

  1. World Gone Wrong
  2. Love Henry
  3. Ragged & Dirty – Willie Brown
  4. Blood In My Eyes
  5. Broke Down Engine – Blind Willie McTell
  6. Della
  7. Stack A Lee – arr. Frank Hutchinson
  8. Two Soldiers
  9. Jack-A-Roe
  10. Lone Pilgrim – Benjamin Franklin White, Adger M. Pace