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On APRIL 6, 2004.

On April 6, 2004, “Elektra” label released “Seis De Mayo” the third Trey Anastasio studio album. It was recorded 2000 – 2003, and was produced by Trey Anastasio.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio – acoustic guitar, orchestration, arranger, conductor
  • Abou Sylla – balafon
  • Mike Gordon – bass
  • Mike Hopkins – double bass
  • John Fishman – drums
  • Tom Toner – marimba
  • Fode Bangoura – djembe
  • Troy Peters – conductor, string arrangements, orchestration
  • Karen Kevra – flute
  • Stacy Brubaker – flute
  • Steve Klimowski – clarinet
  • Craig Olzenak – bass clarinet
  • Peter Apfelbaum – soprano saxophone
  • Dave Grippo – baritone saxophone
  • Russell Remington – tenor saxophone
  • Andy Moroz – trombone
  • Jennifer Hartswick – trumpet
  • Margaret Phillips – bassoon
  • Jocelyn Crawford – French horn 
  • Shelagh Abate – French horn
  • Ann Greenawalt – oboe
  • David Gusakov – violin
  • Laura Markowitz – violin
  • Ana Ruesink – viola
  • John Dunlop – cello
  • Peter Wilson – timpani
  • Peter J. Carini – recording engineer
  • Bryce Goggin – recording engineer
  • Brian Valentino – recording engineer
  • Brian Montgomery, Danny Kadar – engineer assistant
  • Chris Shaw – additional recording, mixing
  • Fred Kevorkian – mastering
  • Scott Lenhardt – cover art
  • Susan Barber – design
  • Tim Barber – photography

Track listing:

  1. Andre The Giant
  2. Prologue (Pebbles and Marbles)
  3. The Inlaw Josie Wales
  4. All Things Reconsidered
  5. Coming To
  6. Discern (intro)
  7. Guyute (orchestral)

On February 6, 2007.

On February 6, 2007, “Simian”, “Elephant 6” and “Yep Roc” labels released “New Magnetic Wonder”, the sixth Apples in Stereo studio album. It was recorded in 2006, at “Trout Studios” in Brooklyn, New York, in Lexington, Kentucky, in Denver, Colorado,
in Benton, Kentucky, and was produced by Bryce Goggin and Robert Schneider.

Personnel:

  • Robert Schneider – lead and backing vocals, lead and rhythm guitar, acoustic and electric piano, organ, synthesizer, mellotron, vocoder, electronic effects, percussion, handclaps, bass guitar, non-Pythagorean music scale
  • Hilarie Sidney – lead and backing vocals, drums, percussion, handclaps, rhythm guitar
  • Eric Allen – bass guitar, echoplex, space guitar, handclaps, backing vocals,
  • John Hill – rhythm guitar, phase shift, handclaps, backing vocals
  • Anonymous studio musicians – Mellotron tape banks.
  • Per Ole Bratset – lead guitar, sound effects
  • Bill Doss – piano fun, acoustic guitar, handclaps, backing vocals, vocal arrangement
  • Will Cullen Hart – drums, electronic effects, handclaps, backwards poetry, plastic whistle, backing vocals
  • Otto Helmuth – mandolin, handclaps, backing vocals
  • Jeff Holland – lap steel, echoplex
  • London audience – anger due to Apples’ overly-loud guitars
  • Jeff Mangum – drums, cow object, backing vocals, handclaps
  • John Fernandes – bass clarinet, violins
  • Craig Morris – lead and backwards guitar, Mellotron, fuzz bass
  • Adam Sachs – cowbell, tambourine
  • Zack Shaw – alto sax, weird toys, echoplex
  • Pete Fitzpatrick – euphonium
  • Bryce Goggin – electronic effects
  • John Ferguson – backing vocals
  • Matthew Goodman – backing vocals
  • Tony Miller – backing vocals

Track listing:

The album consists of 14 songs and 10 musical segues (“link tracks”).

All tracks written by Robert Schneider except where noted.

Disc 1:

  1. Can You Feel It? – co-written by Bill Doss
  2. Skyway
  3. Mellotron 1
  4. Energy
  5. Same Old Drag
  6. Joanie Don’t U Worry
  7. Sunndal Song – Hilarie Sidney
  8. Droplet
  9. Play Tough
  10. Sun is Out
  11. Non-Pythagorean Composition 1
  12. Hello Lola
  13. 7 Stars
  14. Mellotron 2

Disc 2:

  1. Sunday Sounds – Hilarie Sidney
  2. Open Eyes
  3. Crimson
  4. Pre-Crimson – Eric Allen
  5. Vocoder Ba Ba
  6. Radiation
  7. Beautiful Machine Parts 1-2
  8. Beautiful Machine Parts 3-4
  9. My Pretend
  10. Non-Pythagorean Composition 3

On January 24, 2011.

On January 24, 2011, “Reveal Records” label released “The Deep Field”, the fourth Joan as Police Woman album. It was recorded in 2010, at “Trout Recording”, “The maid Room” in New York City, and was produced by Bryce Goggin and Joan Wasser.

Personnel:

  • Joan Wasser (Joan As Police Woman) – vocals, guitar, electric piano, synthesizer, strings, percussion, photography
  • Doug Wielselman – guitar, baritone and tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
  • Timo Ellis – guitar
  • Oren Bloedow – guitar, bass
  • Tyler Wood – vocals, organ, electric piano, synthesizer
  • Oren Bloedow – bass
  • Brad Truax – bass
  • Frad Cash – bass
  • Nathan Larson – vocals, bass
  • Chris Brown – clavinet, organ
  • Adam Sachs – tambourine, percussion, recording, mixing
  • Parker Kindred – vocals, tambourine, shaker, percussion
  • Michele Zayla, Stephanie Mckay, Toshi Reagon, Joseph Arthur,  Louis Schwadron – vocals
  • Jack McKeever – recording
  • Merritt Jacob – engineer assistant
  • Bryce Goggin – mixing
  • Fred Kevorkian – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Joan Wasser.

  1. Nervous
  2. The Magic
  3. The Action Man
  4. Flash
  5. Run for Love
  6. Human Condition
  7. Kiss the Specifics
  8. Chemmie
  9. Forever and a Year
  10. I Was Everyone

On October 22, 2007.

On October 22, 2007, “Samadhi Sound” label released “Slope”, the debut Steve Jansen album. It was recorded in 2007, at “The Vestry” in London, “Straysound Studio” in Sweden, Samadhisound Studios, “Trout Recording” in Brooklyn, “Blue Sky Falls” in London, “Slovak Radio” in Bratislava, “Studio 5” in Bratislava, and was produced by Steve Jensen.

Personnel:

  • Steve Jansen – drums, acoustic and electronic percussion, sampled instruments, synth, piano, guitar, string arrangements, recording, mixing
  • David Sylvian – vocals, guitar, art direction
  • Theo Travis – sax, flute, clarinet
  • Tim Elsenburg – vocals, guitar, electric piano
  • Anja Garbarek – vocals
  • Thomas Feiner – vocals, mandolin, sampler
  • Bratislava Movie Orchestra arranged and conducted by Ingo Frenzel
  • Joan Wasser – vocals, violin
  • Alberto Tafuri – piano
  • Nina Kinert – vocals
  • Steve D’Agostino, David Sylvian, Tim Elsenburg, John Mallison, Ján Machut and Ladislav Krajãoviã, Bryce Goggin, Alberto Tafuri, Love Olzon – recording
  • Ingo Frenzel – mixing
  • Tony Cousins – mastering
  • Chris Bigg – design
  • Dan McPharlin – models created and photographed

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Jensen, except where noted.

  1. Grip
  2. Sleepyard – Steve Jansen, Tim Elsenburg
  3. Cancelled Pieces – Steve Jansen, Anja Garbarek
  4. December Train
  5. Sow the Salt – Steve Jansen, Thomas Feiner
  6. Gap of Cloud
  7. Playground Martyrs – Steve Jansen, David Sylvian
  8. A Way of Disappearing
  9. Ballad of a Deadman – Steve Jansen, David Sylvian
  10. Conversation Over
  11. Life Moves On
  12. Playground Martyrs (reprise) – Steve Jansen, David Sylvian

On May 16, 2000.

On May 16, 2000, “Elektra” label released “Farmhouse”, the ninth Phish studio album. It was recorded July 1999 – February 2000, at “Oswego County Airport” in Volney, New York, “The Barn” in Chittenden County, Vermont, and was produced by Bryce Goggin and Trey Anastasio.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio– lead vocals, guitars, horn and string arrangements
  • Page McConnell– keyboards, backing vocals
  • Mike Gordon– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Jon Fishman– drums, backing vocals
  • Jerry Douglas– dobro
  • John Dunlop – cello
  • Roy Feldman – viola
  • Béla Fleck– banjo
  • Dave Grippo – saxophone
  • David Gusakov – violin
  • Jennifer Hartswick – trumpet
  • James Harvey – trombone
  • Laura Markowitz – violin
  • Andy Moroz – trombone

Track listing:

All tracks by Trey Anastasio and Tom Marshall, except where noted.

  1. Farmhouse
  2. Twist
  3. Bug
  4. Back on the Train
  5. Heavy Things – Trey Anastasio, Herman, Tom Marshall
  6. Gotta Jibboo – Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis
  7. Dirt – Trey Anastasio, Herman, Tom Marshall
  8. Piper
  9. Sleep
  10. The Inlaw Josie Wales – Trey Anastasio
  11. Sand – Trey Ansatasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis, Tom Marshall
  12. First Tube – Trey Anastasio, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis

On April 30, 2002.

On April 30, 2002, “Elektra” label released the self – titled, second Trey Anastasio studio album. It was recorded June – December 2001, at “The Barn” in Westford, Vermont, and was produced by Trey Anastasio and Bryce Goggin.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio – vocals, guitar
  • Tony Markellis – vocals, bass guitar
  • Russ Lawton – vocals, drums
  • Jennifer Hartswick – vocals, trumpet
  • Ray Paczkowski – keyboards
  • Russell Remmington – tenor saxophone, flute
  • Dave Grippo – alt and baritone saxophone
  • Dana Colley – saxophone
  • Rob Volo – trombone
  • Nicholas Payton – trumpet
  • Andy Moroz – trumpet
  • Stacey Brubaker – flute
  • Karen Kevra – flute
  • Ann Greenawalt – oboe, English horn
  • Steve Klimowski – clarinet, bass clarinet
  • Craig Olzenak – bass clarinet
  • Margaret Phillips – bassoon
  • Shelagh Abate – French horn
  • Jocelyn Crawford – French horn
  • Mike Hopkins – double bass
  • Cyro Baptista – percussion
  • Curtis King Jr. – vocals
  • Lisa Fisher – vocals
  • David Gusacov – violin
  • Laura Markowitz – violin
  • Ana Ruesink – viola
  • John Dunlop – cello
  • Peter Wilson – timpani
  • Tom Toner – marimba

Track listing:

  1. Alive Again
  2. Cayman Review
  3. Push On ‘Til the Day
  4. Night Speaks to a Woman
  5. Flock of Words
  6. Money, Love and Change
  7. Drifting
  8. At the Gazebo
  9. Mister Completely
  10. Ray Dawn Balloon
  11. Last Tube
  12. Ether Sunday

On April 10, 2001.

On April 10, 2001, “Artemis Records” label released “The Hogyssey”, the third  Spacehog album. It was recorded in 1999, and was produced by Sean Slade, Paul Ebersold, Bryce Goggin and Paul Q. Kolderie.

Personnel:

  • Antony Langdon – vocals, guitar
  • Richard Steel – lead guitar
  • Royston Langdon – vocals, bass guitar
  • Jonny Cragg – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Royston Langdon, except where noted.

  1. Jupiter’s Moon
  2. This Is America – Antony Langdon, Royston Langdon
  3. I Want to Live
  4. Earthquake
  5. A Real Waste of Food
  6. Perpetual Drag
  7. Dancing on My Own
  8. And It Is
  9. The Hogyssey – Richard Strauss
  10. The Strangest Dream
  11. At Least I Got Laid
  12. The Horror” – 17:25

The song “The Horror” ends at 4:47, after 11 minutes of silence (4:47 – 15:47), begins the hidden track “I Can’t Hear You”.

On February 25, 2003.

On February 25, 2003, “Bar / None” label released “Baby I’m Bored”, the debut Evan Dando album. It was recorded in 2002, at “Trout Recording” in Brooklyn, “Sage & Sound” in Los Angeles, “Wavelab Studio” in Tucson, AZ, and was produced by Jon Brion and Bryce Goggin.

Personnel:

  • Evan Dando – vocals, acoustic guitar, tambourine, organ, snare drums, drums, handclaps, effects, artwork
  • Bryce Goggin – piano
  • Jon Brion – vocals, various instruments
  • Joey Burns – double bass
  • Howe Gelb – guitar
  • Royston Langdon – vocals, bass, handclaps
  • Chris Brokaw – guitar, organ, drums, percussion
  • Arthur Johnson – drums
  • John Convertino – drums
  • Sim Cain – drums
  • Errin Familia- engineer
  • Craig Schumacher, Nick Luca- recording
  • Doug Sax, Robert Hadley – mastering
  • Nicholas Marantz – mixing
  • Mike Kelly – artwork
  • Elisabeth Moses – photography

Track listing:

  1. Repeat – Jon Brion, Evan Dando
  2. My Idea – Chris Brokaw, Tom Morgan
  3. Rancho Santa Fe – Evan Dando, Patrick Doyle
  4. Waking Up – Evan Dando, Royston Langdon
  5. Hard Drive – Ben Lee
  6. Shots Is Fired – Jon Brion, Evan Dando
  7. It Looks Like You – Jon Brion, Evan Dando
  8. The Same Thing You Thought Hard About Is the Same Part I Can Live Without – Evan Dando, Ben Lee, Tom Morgan
  9. Why Do You Do This to Yourself? – Jon Brion, Evan Dando
  10. All My Life – Ben Lee
  11. Stop My Head – Jon Brion, Evan Dando
  12. In the Grass All Wine Colored – Evan Dando

 

 

On December 10, 2002.

On December 10, 2002, “Elektra” label released “Round Room”, the tenth  Phish  studio album. It was recorded in October 2002, at “The Barn” in Vermont, and was produced by Bryce Goggin.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio– vocals, guitars
  • Page McConnell– vocals, keyboards
  • Mike Gordon– vocals, bass guitar
  • Jon Fishman– vocals, drums

Track listing:

  1. Pebbles and Marbles – Trey Anastasio, Marshall
  2. Anything but Me – Trey Anastasio, Herman, Marshall
  3. Round Room – Mike Gordon, Linitz
  4. Mexican Cousin – Trey Anastasio, Marshall
  5. Friday – Trey Anastasio, Herman, Marshall
  6. Seven Below – Trey Anastasio, Marshall
  7. Mock Song – Mike Gordon
  8. 46 Days – Trey Anastasio, Marshall
  9. All of These Dreams – Trey Anastasio, Herman, Marshall
  10. Walls of the Cave – Trey Anastasio, Marshall
  11. Thunderhead – Trey Anastasio, Marshall
  12. Waves – Trey Anastasio, Herman, Marshall

 

On August 20, 1996.

On August 20, 1996, “Sub Pop” label released “Harmacy”, the sixth Sebadoh album. It was recorded in 1996, and was produced by Wally Gagel, Bryce Goggin, Eric Masunaga and Tim O’Heir.

Personnel:

  • Lou Barlow– lead vocals, guitar, bass, mellotron, synthesizer
  • Jason Loewenstein– lead vocals, guitar, bass, drums
  • Bob Fay – lead vocals, drums, bass
  • Mark Perretta – lead guitar, bass
  • Wally Gagel, Eric Masunaga, Tim O’Heir – engineer, mixing
  • Bryce Goggin– mixing
  • Charles Peterson– photography

Track listing:

  1. On Fire – Lou Barlow
  2. Prince-S – Jason Loewenstein
  3. Ocean – Lou Barlow
  4. Nothing Like You – Jason Loewenstein
  5. Crystal Gypsy – Jason Loewenstein
  6. Beauty of the Ride – Lou Barlow
  7. Mind Reader – Jason Loewenstein
  8. Sforzando! – Bob Fay
  9. Willing to Wait – Lou Barlow
  10. Hillbilly II – Jason Loewenstein
  11. Zone Doubt – Jason Loewenstein
  12. Too Pure – Lou Barlow
  13. Worst Thing – Jason Loewenstein
  14. Love to Fight – Jason Loewenstein
  15. Perfect Way – Lou Barlow
  16. Can’t Give Up – Jason Loewenstein
  17. Open Ended – Lou Barlow
  18. Weed Against Speed – Lou Barlow
  19. I Smell a Rat -Jon Hardy, Jim Janota, Crispin Wood