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On May 20, 2013.

On May 20, 2013, “Virgin” label released “Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams”, the fourth Thirty Seconds to Mars studio album. It was recorded April – December 2012, at “The International Centre for the Advancement of the Arts and Sciences of Sound” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Jared Leto and Steve Lillywhite.

Personnel:

  • Jared Leto – vocals, guitar, mixing, art direction, design, photography
  • Tomislav Miličević – guitar
  • Solon Bixler – vocals, piano, keyboards, synthesizer
  • Matt Watcher – bass
  • Shannon Leto – drums
  • Deepak – vocals
  • Knights of the White Shadow – additional vocals
  • Zhu Zhu – additional vocals
  • Michael Joyce – additional programming
  • Morgan Kibby – additional programming
  • Patrick Nissley – additional programming
  • Jacob Plant – additional programming
  • Cory Enemy – additional programming
  • Jamie Reed Schefman – engineer, mixing
  • Steve Lillywhite – mixing
  • Manny Marroquin – mixing
  • Tony Hoffer – mixing
  • Clay Blair – mixing
  • Serban Ghenea – mixing
  • John Hanes – mixing
  • Delbert Bowers – mixing assistant
  • Chris Galland – mixing assistant
  • Cameron Lister – mixing assistant
  • Dan Gerbarg – mastering
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering
  • Damien Hirst – art direction, design
  • Alexandra Morton – art direction, design
  • Bartholomew Cubbins – photography
  • David Devlin – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Jared Leto, except where noted.

  1. Birth
  2. Conquistador
  3. Up in the Air
  4. City of Angels
  5. The Race
  6. End of All Days
  7. Pyres of Varanasi
  8. Bright Lights
  9. Do or Die
  10. Convergence – Shannon Leto
  11. Northern Lights
  12. Depuis le début

On September 9, 2003.

On September 9, 2003, “Hyena” label released “No Escape from the Blues: The Electric Lady Sessions”, the 17th James Blood Ulmer album. It was recorded in April 2003, at “Electric Lady Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Vernon Reid.

Personnel:

  • James Blood Ulmer– vocals, guitar
  • Vernon Reid– guitar
  • Charles Burnham- violin
  • Leon Gruenbaum- piano, keyboards
  • David Barnes – harmonica
  • Mark Peterson – bass
  • Aubrey Dayle- drums
  • Queen Esther– vocals
  • Olu Dara- pocket trumpet
  • John Kruth- tambourine
  • Maya Smullyan Jenkins- tap

Track listing:

  1. Goin’ to New York – Mary Lee Reed
  2. Hustle Is On – Eddy H. Owens
  3. Who’s Been Talkin’ – Chester Burnett
  4. Ghetto Child – Johnny Copeland
  5. Are You Glad to Be in America – James Blood Ulmer
  6. You Know, I Know – John Lee Hooker
  7. Let the Good Times Roll – Earl King
  8. Bright Lights, Big City – Jimmy Reed
  9. No Escape from the Blues – McKinley Morganfield, Charles Edward Williams
  10. Satisfy (Story of My Life) – James Blood Ulmer
  11. Trouble in Mind – Richard M. Jones
  12. The Blues Had a Baby and Called It Rock N Roll – Brownie McGhee, McKinley Morganfield

 

On March 19, 1982.

On March 19, 1982, “CBS” label released “Batteries Not Included”, the fourth and final After the Fire album. It was recorded in 1981, at “The Record Plant” in New York City, and was produced by Mack.

Personnel:

  • Andy Piercy – vocals, guitar, bass
  • Peter Banks – keyboards
  • John Russell – guitar
  • Pete King – drums

All tracks by Andy Piercy and Peter Banks, except where noted.

  1. Short Change
  2. Frozen Rivers
  3. Sometimes – Andy Piercy, Peter Banks, John Russell
  4. Sailing Ship
  5. I Don’t Understand Your Love
  6. The Stranger
  7. Rich Boys
  8. Carry Me Home
  9. Dancing in the Shadows
  10. Space Walking
  11. Gina
  12. Stuck in Paris (Nowhere To Go)
  13. Bright Lights

On February 18, 2008.

On February 18, 2008, “Stolen Recordings” label released “Little Death’”, the debut Pete & the Pirates album. It was recorded in 2007, at “The Fortress Studios” in London, and was produced by Gareth Parton.

Personnel:

  • Thomas Sanders – vocals
  • Peter Hefferan – vocals, guitar
  • David Thorpe – guitar
  • Peter Cattermoul – bass
  • Jonny Sanders – drums
  • Gareth Parton – engineer
  • Jonny & Co – artwork

Track listing:

  1. Ill Love
  2. Come On Feet
  3. She Doesn’t Belong To Me
  4. Lost In The Woods
  5. Moving
  6. Knots
  7. Humming
  8. Dry Wing
  9. Understanding
  10. Bears
  11. Eyes Like Tar
  12. Song For Today
  13. Bright Lights

 

 

 

 

 

On July 8, 2008.

On July 8, 2008, “Blue Engine” label released “Two Men with the Blues”, album by Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis. It was recorded on January 12 – 13, 2007, at “Lincoln Center” in New York City, and was produced by Delfeayo Marsalis.

Personnel:

  • Wynton Marsalis– vocals, trumpet
  • Willie Nelson– vocals, guitar
  • Walter Blanding – saxophone
  • Carlos Henriquez – bass
  • Dan Nimmer– piano
  • Mickey Raphael– harmonica
  • Ali Jackson– drums

Track listing:

  1. Bright Lights, Big City – Jimmy Reed
  2. Night Life – Willie Nelson
  3. Caldonia – Fleecie Moore
  4. Stardust – Hoagy Carmichael
  5. Basin Street Blues – Spencer Williams
  6. Georgia on My Mind – Hoagy Carmichael, Stuart Gorrell
  7. Rainy Day Blues – Willie Nelson
  8. My Bucket’s Got a Hole in It – Clarence Williams
  9. Ain’t Nobody’s Business – Porter Grainger, Everett Robbins
  10. That’s All – Merle Travis
  11. Down by the Riverside

 

In June 1984.

In June 1984, “2 Tone Records” label released “In the Studio” the third The Specials AKA (The Specials) album. It was recorded 1983 – 1984, and was produced by Jerry Dammers.

Personnel:

  • Stan Campbell – vocals
  • Rhoda Dakar– vocals
  • Jerry Dammers– organ, piano, vocals
  • Gary McManus – bass guitar
  • John Shipley – lead guitar
  • John Bradbury– drums
  • Dick Cuthell– flugelhorn
  • Claudia Fontaine– backing vocals
  • Edgio Newton – vocals, percussion
  • Horace Panter– bass guitar
  • Roddy Radiation– lead guitar, vocals
  • Nigel Reeve – saxophone
  • Caron Wheeler– backing vocals
  • Adrian Thrills – sleeve notes
  • David Storey– album cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Jerry Dammers except where noted.

  1. Bright Lights – John Bradbury, Stan Campbell, Dick Cuthell, Jerry Dammers
  2. The Lonely Crowd – Stan Campbell, Jerry Dammers, John Shipley
  3. What I Like Most About You Is Your Girlfriend
  4. Housebound
  5. Night on the Tiles – Jerry Dammers, John Shipley
  6. (Free) Nelson Mandela
  7. War Crimes
  8. Racist Friend – John Bradbury, Dick Cuthell, Jerry Dammers
  9. Alcohol
  10. Break Down the Door – John Bradbury, Dick Cuthell, Jerry Dammers

On June 8, 2009.

On June 8, 2009, “PIAS” label released “Battle for the Sun”, the sixth Placebo studio album. It was recorded August-September 2008, at “Metalworks Studios” in Canada, and was produced by David Bottrill.

Personnel:

  • Brian Molko– vocals, guitar, Springtime guitar, keyboards, piano
  • Stefan Olsdal– bass guitar, guitar, keyboards, piano, organ, backing vocals
  • Steve Forrest– drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Bill Lloyd – keyboards
  • Fiona Brice– string arrangements
  • Peter Cardinalli – brass arrangements
  • Alex Cooksey – keyboards, piano, backing vocals
  • Hazel Fernandes – backing vocals
  • Valerie Etienne – backing vocals
  • James Brown – engineering
  • Wayne Cochrane – engineering assistance
  • Kevin Dietz – engineering
  • Alan Moulder– mixing
  • Darren Lawson – mixing assistance
  • John Davis – mastering
  • Joseph Llanes – sleeve photography
  • Tim Young – Redux Edition remastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Brian Molko, Stefan Olsdal and Steve Forrest, except as noted.

  1. Kitty Litter
  2. Ashtray Heart – Brian Molko, Steve Ludwin, Jordan Page
  3. Battle for the Sun – Brian Molko, Stefan Olsdal
  4. For What It’s Worth
  5. Devil in the Details
  6. Bright Lights
  7. Speak in Tongues
  8. The Never-Ending Why
  9. Julien
  10. Happy You’re Gone
  11. Breathe Underwater
  12. Come Undone
  13. Kings of Medicine

 

In May 1965.

In May 1965, “Columbia” label released “Animal Tracks”, the second Animals studio album. It was recorded 1964-1965, and was produced by Mickie Most.

Personnel:

  • Eric Burdon– vocals
  • Alan Price– keyboards
  • Hilton Valentine– guitar
  • Chas Chandler– bass
  • John Steel– drums
  • Mickie Most– liner notes
  • Val Valentin– engineer

Track listing:

  1. Mess Around – Ahmet Ertegün
  2. How You’ve Changed – Chuck Berry
  3. Hallelujah I Love Her So – Ray Charles
  4. I Believe to My Soul – Ray Charles, Allan Learner
  5. Worried Life Blues – Big Maceo Merriweather
  6. Roberta – Al Smith, John Vincent
  7. I Ain’t Got You – Calvin Carter
  8. Bright Lights, Big City – Jimmy Reed
  9. Let the Good Times Roll – Shirley Goodman, Leonard Lee
  10. For Miss Caulker – Eric Burdon
  11. Roadrunner – Ellas McDaniel

On February 27, 1996.

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On February 27, 1996, “WEA” label released “Pogue Mahone”, the seventh and last studio album by The Pogues. It was recorded in 1995, and was produced by Steve Brown and Stephen Hague.

Personnel:

  • Spider Stacy- vocals
  • Jem Finer- banjo, guitar, hurdygurdy, translation
  • Andrew Ranken- drums, vocals
  • Darryl Hunt- bass guitar, backing vocals
  • James McNally- accordion, whistle, low whistle, Uillean Pipes
  • David Coulter – mandolin, ukulele, djembe, shaker, tambourine
  • Jamie Clarke – guitar
  • Stephen Warbeck- mandolin, piano, accordion
  • Jon Sevink – fiddle
  • Caroline Lavelle- cello
  • Jocelyn Pook- viola
  • Jules Singleton – violin
  • Sonia Slany – violin
  • Anne Wood – violin
  • Debsey Wykes – backing vocals
  • Steve Brown – backing vocals
  • Stephen Hague- backing vocals
  • Darryl Hunt- cover design, cover art
  • Claudia Pöschl – cover design, cover art
  • Steve Pyke- photography, portraits

Track listing:

  1. How Come – Ronnie Lane, Kevin Westlake
  2. Living in a World Without Her -Darryl Hunt, James McNally
  3. When the Ship Comes In – Bob Dylan
  4. Anniversary – Jem Finer
  5. Amadie – Andrew Ranken
  6. Love You ‘Till the End – Darryl Hunt
  7. Bright Lights – Jem Finer
  8. Oretown – Jem Finer
  9. Pont Mirabeau – Jem Finer
  10. Tosspint – Jem Finer
  11. Four O’Clock in the Morning – Andrew Ranken
  12. Where That Love’s Been Gone – Andrew Ranken, Steven Skull
  13. The Sun and the Moon – James Clarke, Spider Stacy