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In August 1970.

In August 1970, “Capitol” label released “Just for Love”, the fourth Quicksilver Messenger Service album. It was recorded May – June 1970, and was produced by John Palladino.

Personnel:

  • Dino Valenti– guitar, vocals, flute, conga
  • Gary Duncan– guitar, vocals, bass, maracas, wood block
  • John Cipollina– steel, slide and electric guitars, vocals
  • Nicky Hopkins– keyboards, piano
  • David Freiberg– bass, vocals, guitar
  • Greg Elmore– drums, percussion

Track listing:

  1. Just for Love (Part 1) – Farrow
  2. Cobra – John Cipollina
  3. The Hat – Farrow
  4. Freeway Flyer – Farrow
  5. Gone Again – Farrow
  6. Fresh Air – Farrow
  7. Just for Love (Part 2) – Farrow
  8. Wolf Run (Part 2) – Farrow
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In August 1970.

In August 1970, “Capitol” label released “Mongrel”, the third  Bob Seger System studio album. It was recorded 1970, and was produced by Punch Andrews and Bob Seger.

Personnel:

  • Bob Seger- guitar, vocals
  • Dan Honaker – bass, guitar, vocals
  • Pep Perrine – percussion, drums, vocals
  • Dan Watson – organ, piano, keyboards, vocals
  • Bob Schultz – organ, saxophone, vocals
  • Engineer: Jim Bruzzese, Greg Miller
  • Design: cover art, photography: Thomas Weschler

Track listing:

All tracks by Bob Seger, except where noted.

  1. Song to Rufus
  2. Evil Edna
  3. Highway Child
  4. Big River
  5. Mongrel
  6. Lucifer
  7. Teachin’ Blues
  8. Leanin on My Dream
  9. Mongrel Too
  10. River Deep, Mountain High – Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich, Phil Spector

In July 1967.

In August 1967, “Capitol” label released “Brighten the Corner”, studio album by Ella Fitzgerald. It was recorded July 17–18, 1967, and was produced by Dave Dexter, Jr.

Personnel:

  • Ella Fitzgerald- vocals
  • Ralph Carmichael Choir – vocals
  • John Kraus – engineer
  • Grace Price, Robert Black – arrangements

Track listing:

  1. Abide with Me – Henry Francis Lyte, arrangers; Grace Price, Robert Black
  2. Just a Closer Walk with Thee – traditional, arrangers; Grace Price, Robert Black
  3. The Old Rugged Cross – George Bennard
  4. Brighten the Corner Where You Are – Ina D. Ogdon, Charles H. Gabriel
  5. I Need Thee Every Hour – Annie S. Hawks, Robert Lowry
  6. In the Garden – Austin Miles
  7. God Be with You Till We Meet Again – Jeremiah E. Rankin, William G. Tomer
  8. God Will Take Care of You – Civilla D. Martin, W. Stillman Martin
  9. The Church in the Wildwood – William S. Pitts
  10. Throw Out the Lifeline – Edwin Ufford
  11. I Shall Not Be Moved – traditional, arrangers; Grace Price, Robert Black
  12. Let the Lower Lights Be Burning – Philip P. Bliss
  13. What a Friend We Have In Jesus – Joseph M. Scriven, Charles Crozat Converse
  14. Rock of Ages, Cleft for Me – Augustus Toplady, Thomas Hastings

In July 1979.

In July 1979, “Capitol” label released “First Under the Wire”, the fifth Little River Band album. It was recorded in 1979, and was produced by John Boylan. The album was certified Platinum in US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Glenn Shorrock- lead vocals
  • David Briggs- lead guitars, Roland synthesizer guitars, Electric Sitar
  • Beeb Birtles- electric and acoustic guitars, vocals
  • Graham Goble- electric and acoustic guitars, vocals, vocal arrangements
  • Derek Pellicci- Sonor and Syndrums drums, percussion
  • Clive Harrison – bass guitar
  • Mike Clarke – bass
  • Peter Sullivan – piano
  • Peter Jones – piano, keyboards, orchestrations
  • Bill Harrower – saxophones
  • John Boylan- acoustic guitar

Track listing:

  1. Lonesome Loser – David Briggs
  2. The Rumour – Glenn Shorrock
  3. By My Side – Beeb Birtles, Graham Goble
  4. Cool Change – Glenn Shorrock
  5. It’s Not a Wonder – Graham Goble
  6. Hard Life (Prelude) – David Briggs
  7. Hard Life – Graham Goble
  8. Middle Man – Beeb Birtles, Graham Goble
  9. Man on the Run – Beeb Birtles, Graham Goble
  10. Mistress of Mine – Graham Goble

On July 23, 1996.

On July 23, 1996, “Capitol” label released “Static Prevails”, the second Jimmy Eat World studio album. It was recorded 1995 – 1996, and was produced by Mark Trombino, Wes Kidd, Jim Adkins, Tom Linton, Rick Burch and Zach Lind.

Personnel:

  • Jim Adkins – lead and rhythm guitar, co-lead vocals, additional photography
  • Tom Linton – rhythm and lead guitar, co-lead vocals
  • Rick Burch – bass guitar
  • Zach Lind – drums, accordion, concertina
  • Sarah Pont – violin
  • Wes Kidd– acoustic guitar
  • Eric Richter– additional vocals
  • Craig Aaronson – executive producer
  • Billy Bowers – engineering assistant
  • Peter Doell – engineering assistant
  • Paul Drake – cover, band photography
  • Larry Elyea – pre-production engineering
  • Steve Genewick – engineering assistant
  • Cappy Japngie – engineering assistant
  • Stephen Marcussen– mastering
  • Andy Mueller – additional photography
  • Tom Rothrock, Rob Schnapf – engineering, mixing
  • Jeff Sheehan, Billy Smith – engineering assistant
  • Mark Trombino– Moog, engineering, mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Jim Adkins, Tom Linton, Rick Burch and Zach Lind.

  1. Thinking, That’s All
  2. Rockstar
  3. Claire
  4. Call it in the Air
  5. Seventeen
  6. Episode IV
  7. Digits
  8. Caveman
  9. World is Static
  10. In the Same Room
  11. Robot Factory
  12. Anderson Mesa

 

In July 1975.

In July 1975, “Capitol” label released “Stop” the second Eric Burdon Band album. It was recorded 1971-1973, at “Far Out Studios” in San Francisco, and “Dieter Dierks Studios” in Cologne Germany, and was produced by Jerry Goldstein and John Sterling.

Personnel:

  • Eric Burdon – lead vocals
  • Kim Kesterson, Randy Rice – bass
  • John Sterling, Aalon Butler – guitar
  • Terry Ryan – keyboards
  • Alvin Taylor, George Suranovich – drums
  • Moses Wheelock, Alvin Taylor – percussion
  • Recording engineers: Chris Huston, Dieter Dierks
  • Remix engineers: Chris Huston, Ed Barton
  • Album design, design concept: Thomas Warkentin, Jerry Goldstein, Bob Weiner
  • Illustration: Thomas Warkentin (from photo by Jim Newport)

Track listing:

  1. City Boy – Eric Burdon, John Sterling
  2. Gotta Get it On – John Sterling, Peter Hodgson
  3. The Man – John Sterling, Jay Mitthauer, Terry Ryan
  4. I’m Lookin’ Up – John Sterling, Kim Kesterson
  5. Rainbow – Eric Burdon, Kim Kesterson, Billy Ray Morris
  6. All I Do – Eric Burdon, Kim Kesterson, John Sterling
  7. Funky Fever – Terry Ryan, John Sterling
  8. Be Mine – John Sterling
  9. The Way it Should Be – John Sterling
  10. Stop – John Sterling, Kim Kesterson, Robert Haney

On July 15, 1997.

On July 15, 1997, “Capitol” label released “…The Dandy Warhols Come Down”, the second Dandy Warhols studio album. It was recorded in 1996, at “Sound Impressions”, “Stiles Recording”, “Falcon Studios”, and Courtney Taylor-Taylor’s apartment in Portland, Oregon, and was produced by Tony Lash, Courtney Taylor – Taylor, Peter Holmstrom, Zia McCabe, Eric Hedford and  Aquaman.

Personnel:

  • Courtney Taylor-Taylor– guitar, vocals, mixing, sleeve design, art direction
  • Peter Holmström– guitar, additional vocals
  • Zia McCabe– keyboards, percussion, additional vocals
  • Eric Hedford – drums, backing vocals
  • Tony Lash – keyboards, percussion
  • Stephen Birch – sleeve design, art direction
  • Jeff Bizzell – sleeve photography
  • Tchad Blake – mixing
  • Mario Caldato Jr. – mixing
  • Husky Hoskolds – engineeringassistance
  • Lisa Johnson – sleeve photography
  • Mario Lalich – album cover photography
  • Tony Lash – mixing, recording
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Mickey Petralia – mixing
  • David Schiffman – additional recording
  • Clark Stiles – additional recording

Track listing:

All tracks by Courtney Taylor-Taylor, except where noted.

  1. Be – In
  2. Boy Better
  3. Minnesoter
  4. Orange
  5. I Love You
  6. Not If You Were the Last Junkie on Earth
  7. Every Day Should Be a Holiday
  8. Good Morning
  9. Whipping Tree
  10. Green
  11. Cool as Kim Deal
  12. Hard On for Jesus – Courtney Taylor – Taylor, Peter Holmström
  13. Pete International Airport – Courtney Taylor – Taylor, Peter Holmström
  14. The Creep Out – Courtney Taylor – Taylor, Peter Holmström, Zia McCabe, Eric Hedford