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In July 1973.

In July 1973, “RCA” label released “Berlin” the third Lou Reed solo album. It was recorded in 1973, at “Morgan Studios” in London, “Record Plant Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Bob Ezrin. In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked “Berlin” at number 344 on its list the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”

Personnel:

  • Lou Reed – vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Bob Ezrin– piano, mellotron, arrangement
  • Steve Hunter– electric guitar
  • Dick Wagner– electric guitar, background vocals
  • Jack Bruce– bass
  • Aynsley Dunbar– drums
  • Steve Winwood– organ, harmonium
  • Michael Brecker– tenor saxophone
  • Randy Brecker– trumpet
  • Tony Levin– bass
  • J. Wilson– drums
  • Allan Macmillan – piano
  • Gene Martynec– acoustic guitar, synthesizer, vocal arrangement, bass
  • Jon Pierson – bass trombone
  • Blue Weaver– piano
  • Steve Hyden, Elizabeth March, Lou Reed, Dick Wagner – choir
  • Jim Reeves – engineer
  • Allan Macmillan – arrangement

Track listing:

All tracks by Lou Reed.

  1. Berlin
  2. Lady Day
  3. Men of Good Fortune
  4. Caroline Says I
  5. How Do You Think It Feels
  6. Oh, Jim
  7. Caroline Says II
  8. The Kids
  9. The Bed
  10. Sad Song
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On June 24, 2014.

On June 24, 2014, “JEMP” label released “Fuego”, the twelfth Phish studio album. It was recorded in 2013, at “Muscle Shoals” in Alabama, Nashville, and was produced by Bob Ezrin.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio– guitar, vocals
  • Page McConnell– keyboards, vocals
  • Mike Gordon– bass, vocals
  • Jon Fishman– drums, vocals
  • Charles Rose, Harvey Thompson, Doug Moffet, Vincent Ciesielski – horns
  • Vicki Hampton, Maureen Murphy, Joshua Guillaume, Bob Ezrin, Marie Lewey, Cindy Walker, Carla Russell – background vocals
  • Mixed by Bob Ezrin
  • Recording engineers – Justin Cortelyou, John Gifford III
  • Mix engineers – Justin Cortelyou, Jarod Snowden
  • Additional engineers – Joshua Guillaume, Ben Collette, Kam Lutcherhand, Justin Francis, Jared Slomoff, Garry Brown
  • Pre-production engineer – Ben Collette
  • Programmer – Reavis Mitchell
  • Technical assistance – Mike Burns, Brian Brown, Kevin Brown, Lee Scott
  • Production coordinator – Kim Markovchick
  • Paco Pomet – paintings
  • Jeri Heiden, Julia Mordaunt – design

Track listing:

  1. Fuego – Trey Anastasio, Jon Fishman, Mike Gordon, Page McConnell
  2. The Line – Trey Anastasio, Jon Fishman, Mike Gordon,Page McConnell
  3. Devotion to a Dream – Trey Anastasio, Tom Marshall
  4. Halfway to the Moon – Page McConnell
  5. Winterqueen – Trey Anastasio, Tom Marshall
  6. Sing Monica – Trey Anastasio, Tom Marshall
  7. 555 – Spafford, Mike Gordon, Scott Murawski
  8. Waiting All Night – Trey Anastasio, Jon Fishman, Mike Gordon, Page McConnell
  9. Wombat – Trey Anastasio, Jon Fishman, Mike Gordon, Page McConnell
  10. Wingsuit – Trey Anastasio, Jon Fishman, Mike Gordon, Page McConnell

 

 

In June 1972.

In June 1972, “Warner Bros” label released “School’s Out”, the fifth Alice Cooper studio album. It was recorded in 1972, at “The Record Plant” in New York City, and was produced by Bob Ezrin. The album cover was by Craig Braun.

Personnel:

  • Alice Cooper– vocals
  • Glen Buxton– lead guitar
  • Michael Bruce– rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Dennis Dunaway– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Neal Smith– drums, backing vocals
  • Bob Ezrin– keyboards
  • Dick Wagner– lead guitar
  • Rockin’ Reggie Vincent – guitar, backing vocals
  • Wayne Andre– trombone

Track listing:

  1. School’s Out – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith
  2. Luney Tune – Alice Cooper, Dennis Dunaway
  3. Gutter Cat vs. the Jets – Glen Buton, Dennis Dunway, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim
  4. Street Fight – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith
  5. Blue Turk – Alice cooper, Michael Bruce
  6. My Stars – Alice Cooper, Bob Ezrin
  7. Public Animal #9 – Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce
  8. Alma Mater – Neal Smith
  9. Grand Finale – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Bob Ezrin, Neal Smith, Mack David, Leonard Bernstein

On July 29, 1997.

Catherine Wheel - Adam and Eve

On July 29, 1997, “Mercury” label released “Adam and Eve”, the fourth Catherine Wheel album. It was recorded 1996–1997, at  “Air Studios” and “Metropolis Studios” in London; “Machine Works Studios” in Vancouver, and was produced by Bob Ezrin, Garth Richardson and Rob Dickinson. “The Big Takeover” magazine named “Adam and Eve” its album of the year for 1997.

Personnel:

  • Rob Dickinson– vocals, guitar
  • Brian Futter – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Dave Hawes – bass guitar
  • Neil Sims – percussion, drums
  • Martin Ditcham – percussion
  • Tim Friese-Greene– organ, piano
  • Pete Whittaker – organ, piano
  • Audrey Riley– cello, string arrangements
  • Randy Staub – engineer, mixing
  • Gary Winger – engineer
  • Jon Bailey – assistant engineer
  • Darren Grahn – digital editing, assistant engineer
  • Anthony Lycenko – engineer, digital editing, assistant engineer
  • Storm Thorgerson– artwork
  • Julien Mills, Peter Curzon – artwork
  • Tony May – photography

Track listing:

  1. Intro
  2. Future Boy
  3. Delicious
  4. Broken Nose
  5. Phantom of the American Mother
  6. Ma Solituda
  7. Satellite
  8. Thunderbird
  9. Here Comes the Fat Controller
  10. Goodbye
  11. For Dreaming
  12. Outro

 

On July 22, 2003.

Jane's_Addiction-Strays

On July 22, 2003, “Capitol” label released “Strays”, the third Jane’s Addiction studio album. It was recorded 2002–2003 at “Henson Recording Studios”, and was produced by Bob Ezrin and Brian Virtue. The album cover art is “The Bottom Half” by Umphrey’s McGee,

Personnel:

  • Perry Farrell– lead vocals, programming
  • Dave Navarro– guitars, piano
  • Stephen Perkins– drums, percussion
  • Chris Chaney– bass
  • Bob Ezrin– mixing, additional keyboards, percussion, orchestral arrangements
  • Brian Virtue– engineer, mixing, programming
  • James Murray – additional engineering
  • Alex Gibson– additional engineering
  • Brian Humphrey – assistant engineer
  • Alex Uychocde – assistant engineer
  • Aaron Embry– keyboards, kalimba
  • Zack Ray – keyboards
  • Joe Bishara – programming
  • Scott Page –saxophones
  • John Shanks– mandolin
  • Mike Finnegan –organ
  • Brenden Hawkins – additional programming
  • James Murray – additional programming
  • Kim Hill– backing vocals
  • Dionna Brooks-Jackson – backing vocals
  • Leanna Sterios – orchestral arrangements
  • Brian Gardner– mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Bob Ezrin, Chris Chaney, except where noted.

  1. True Nature – Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Bob Ezrin, Martyn LeNoble
  2. Strays – Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Bob Ezrin, Aaron Embry, David J
  3. Just Because
  4. Price I Pay
  5. The Riches” – Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Bob Ezrin, Aaron Embry, Martyn LeNoble
  6. Superhero – Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Bob Ezrin, Aaron Embry
  7. Wrong Girl
  8. Everybody’s Friend – Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Bob Ezrin
  9. Suffer Some – Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Martyn LeNoble, Bob Ezrin
  10. Hypersonic – Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Bob Ezrin, Martyn LeNoble
  11. To Match the Sun – Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Bob Ezrin, Martyn LeNoble

On April 29, 1977.

Lace and Whiskey

On April 29, 1977, “Warner Bros” released “Lace and Whiskey”, the tenth Alice Cooper studio album.It was released at “Soundstage” in Toronto; “Cherokee Studios”, “RCA”, “Producer’s Workshop” in Los Angeles; “Record Plant” in New York, and was produced by Bob Ezrin.

Personnel:

  • Alice Cooper – vocals
  • Dick Wagner- guitar, vocals
  • Steve Hunter- guitar
  • Bob Babbitt- bass
  • Tony Levin- bass
  • Prakash John– bass
  • Allan Schwartzberg- drums
  • Jim Gordon- drums
  • Jimmy Maelen- percussion
  • Josef Chirowski – keyboards
  • Bob Ezrin- keyboards

Track listing:

All tracks by Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner and Bob Ezrin, ex

cept where noted.

  1. It’s Hot Tonight
  2. Lace and Whiskey
  3. Road rats
  4. Damned If You Do
  5. You and Me – Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner
  6. King of the Silver Screen
  7. Ubangi Stomp
  8. (No More) Love at Your Convenience
  9. I Never Wrote Those Song
  10. My God

On March 11, 1975.

Welcome_To_My_Nightmare

On March 11, 1975, “Atlantic” label released “Welcome to My Nightmare”, the eighth Alice Cooper studio album. It was recorded in 1974 and early 1975, at “Soundstage” in Toronto, “Plant East”, “Electric Lady” and “A&R Studios” in New York, and was produced by Bob Ezrin.The cover artwork was created by Drew Struzan for “Pacific Eye & Ear”. Magazine “Rolling Stone” ranked the album cover at number 90 on the list of the “Top 100 Album Covers Of All Time”.

Personnel:

  • Alice Cooper- vocals
  • Bob Ezrin- synthesizer, arranger, keyboards
  • Jozef Chirowski- keyboards, clavinet, vocals, Fender rhodes
  • Dick Wagner- electric and acoustic guitar, vocals
  • Steve Hunter- electric and acoustic guitar
  • Prakash John- bass
  • Tony Levin- bass
  • Pentti “Whitey” Glan- drums
  • Johnny “Bee” Badanjek– drums
  • Gerry Lyons- Vocals
  • Vincent Price- The Curator

Track list:

  1. Welcome to My Nightmare – Alice Cooper and Dick Wagner
  2. Devil’s Food – Alice Cooper, Bob Ezrin and Kelley Jay
  3. The Black Widow – Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner and Bob Ezrin
  4. Some Folks – Alice Cooper, Bob Ezrin and Alan Gordon
  5. Only Women Bleed – Alice Cooper and Dick Wagner
  6. Department of Youth – Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner and Bob Ezrin
  7. Cold Ethyl – Alice Cooper and Bob Ezrin
  8. Years Ago – Alice Cooper and Dick Wagner
  9. Steven – Alice Cooper and Bob Ezrin
  10. The Awakening – Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner and Bob Ezrin
  11. Escape – Alice Cooper, Mark Anthony and Kim Fowley