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In July 1971.

In July 1971, “Capitol” label released “Happy Birthday, Ruthy Baby”, the second McGuinness Flint album. It was recorded in 1971, and was produced by Glyn Johns.

Personnel:

  1. Tom McGuinness – vocals, electric guitar, bass
  2. Hughie Flint – drums
  3. Benny Gallagher – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, bass, piano, harmonica, ocarina
  4. Graham Lyle – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, bass
  5. Nicky Hopkins – keyboards
  6. Dennis Coulson – vocals
  7. Jimmy Jewell – saxophone
  8. John Mumford – trombone
  9. Brian Rogers, Jimmy Jewell, John Mumford – arranger
  10. Glyn Johns – engineer

Track listing:

  1. Happy Birthday, Ruthy Baby – Benny Gallagher
  2. Conversation – Benny Gallagher
  3. When I’m Alone with You – Tom McGuinness, Hughie Flint
  4. Fixer – Benny Gallagher
  5. Faith and Gravy – Benny Gallagher
  6. Klondike – Benny Gallagher
  7. Reader to Writer – Benny Gallagher
  8. Changes – Benny Gallagher
  9. Friends of Mine – Benny Gallagher
  10. Piper of Dreams – Benny Gallagher
  11. Jimmy’s Song – Benny Gallagher
  12. Sparrow – Benny Gallagher

On July 15, 2016.

On July 15, 2016, “Illusive Sounds” label released “As Above, So Below”, the second Stonefield album. It was recorded in 2016, and was produced by John Lee.

Personnel:

  • Amy Findlay – vocals, drums
  • Hannah Findlay – guitar
  • Holly Findlay – bass
  • Sarah Findlay – keyboards, vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Amy Findlay, Hannah Findlay, Sarah Findlay and Holly Findlay.

  1. Sister
  2. Dream
  3. Changes
  4. Love
  5. Stranger
  6. Eyes
  7. Higher
  8. Midnight
  9. Lonely
  10. Eagle

In June 1970.

In June 1970, “Colgems” label released “Changes”, the ninth Monkees studio album. It was recorded in October 1966 and September 1969, at “RCA Victor Studios” and “The Sound Factory” in Hollywood, and was produced by Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones, Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart, Bill Chadwick and Jeff Barry.

Personnel:

  • Davy Jones – lead vocals
  • Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart, Ron Hicklin – backing vocals
  • Wayne Erwin, Gerry McGee, Louie Shelton – guitars
  • Tommy Boyce – acoustic guitar
  • Larry Taylor – bass
  • Billy Lewis – drums
  • Bobby Hart – organ
  • Harold Ayres, John DeVoogdt, James Getzoff, Joy Lulu, Norman Serkin – violins
  • William Hymanson, Gareth Nuttycombe – violas
  • Frederick Seykora – cello
  • Jay Miglior – saxophone
  • Chuck Findley – trumpet
  • Alan Robinson – French horn
  • Dick Hyde – trombone
  • Gene Estes – bell
  • Arranged by: Jimmie Haskell

Track listing:

All tracks by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim, except where noted.

  1. Oh My My
  2. Ticket on a Ferry Ride – Jeff Barry, Bobby Bloom
  3. You’re So Good to Me – Jeff Barry, Bobby Bloom
  4. It’s Got to Be Love – Neil Goldberg
  5. Acapulco Sun – Ned Albright,Steven Soles
  6. 99 Pounds – Jeff Barry
  7. Tell Me Love – Jeff Barry
  8. Do You Feel It Too?
  9. I Love You Better
  10. All Alone in the Dark – Ned Albright, Steven Soles
  11. Midnight Train – Micky Dolenz
  12. I Never Thought It Peculiar – Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart

On June 14, 2011.

On June 14, 2011, “Tuff Gong Worldwide” label released “Wild and Free”, the fourth Ziggy Marley album. It was recorded 2010–2011, at “Ocean Way Studios” and “Barefoot Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Ziggy Marley and Don Was.

Personnel:

  • Carlton “Santa” Davis – drums
  • Daryl Jones – bass
  • Takeshi Akimoto, Ziggy Marley – guitars
  • James Poyser, Ziggy Marley – keyboards
  • Rock Deadrick, Ziggy Marley – percussions
  • Tracy Hazzard, Ziggy Marley – backing vocals
  • Executive producer – Orly Marley
  • Mixed by Bob Clearmountain
  • Assisted by Brandon Duncan
  • Mastered by Stephen Marcussen
  • Recorded by Krish Sharma
  • Additional engineering by Marc “Maka” Moreau

All words and music by David Marley; except where noted.

All words and music by David Marley; except where noted.

  1. Wild and Free – lyrics David Marley, Woody Harreison
  2. Forward to Love
  3. It – lyrics David Marley, Heavy D
  4. Changes – lyrics David Marley, Linda Perry, Daniel Marley
  5. Personal Revolution
  6. Get Out of Town
  7. Roads Less Traveled
  8. Mmmm Mmmm
  9. Welcome to the World
  10. A Sign
  11. Reggae in My Head
  12. Elizabeth

In May 1978.

In May 1978, “Capitol” label released “Welcome Home”, the tenth Carole King album. It was recorded in January 1978 at “Sound Labs” in Hollywood, and was produced by Carole King and Norm Kinney.

Personnel:

  • Carole King – vocals, background vocals, string arrangements
  • Robert McEntee – guitar, background vocals
  • Mark Hallman- guitars, background vocals
  • Rob Galloway – bass, background vocals
  • Michael Wooten – drums
  • Miguel Rivera – congas, percussion
  • Richard Hardy – flute, saxophone, clarinet, vocals
  • George Bohanon- trombone, horn arrangement
  • Dick “Slyde” Hyde- trombone
  • Ernie Watts- saxophone
  • Nolan Andrew Smith, Jr – trumpet, fluegelhorn
  • Oscar Brashear- trumpet, fluegelhorn
  • Charles Veal, Jr. – concertmaster, violin
  • Israel Baker- violin
  • Frank Foster – violin
  • William H. Henderson – violin
  • Marcia Van Dyke – violin
  • Dorothy Wade – violin
  • John Wittenberg – violin
  • Kenneth Yerke – violin
  • Rollice Dale – viola
  • Denyse Buffum – viola
  • Dennis Karmazyn – cello
  • Ronald Cooper – cello
  • The Trio on “Changes” was played by Charles Veal, Rollice Dale, Dennis Karmazyn
  • Bob Harrington – hammer dulcimer
  • Anne Golia – tamboura
  • Georgia Kelly – harp
  • Rick Evers – cowbell
  • Carole King, Mark Hallman, Robert McEntee, Richard Hardy, Stephanie Spruill, Alexandra Brown, Ann White – choir
  • Engineered by Norm Kinney, Linda Tyler and Steve Katz
  • Roy Reynolds – photography
  • Roy Kohara and Roy Reynolds – art direction

Track listing:

All tracks by Carole King except where noted.

  1. Main Street Saturday Night
  2. Sunbird – Carole King, Rick Evers
  3. Venusian Diamond – Carole King, Rick Evers, Mark Hallman, Robert McEntee, Robb Galloway, Miguel Rivera, Richard Hardy, Michael Wooten
  4. Changes
  5. Morning Sun
  6. Disco Tech – Carole King, Mark Hallman, Robert McEntee, Robb Galloway, Miguel Rivera, Michael Wooten, Richard Hardy
  7. Wings of Love – Carole King, Rick Evers
  8. Ride the Music
  9. Everybody’s Got the Spirit
  10. Welcome Home

 

In April 1981.

In April 1981, “Columbia” label released “Zebop!”, the eleventh Santana studio album. It was recorded 1980-1981, and was produced by Carlos Santana and Bill Graham. The album was certified Platinum in the U.S. by “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Alex Ligertwood– vocals, background vocals
  • Carlos Santana– guitar, percussion, producer, vocals, background vocals
  • Chris Solberg – guitar, keyboards, vocals, background vocals
  • Alan Pasqua– keyboards, vocals, background vocals
  • Richard Baker – keyboards, organ, piano, synthesizer
  • David Margen – bass
  • Graham Lear– drums
  • Armando Peraza– bongos, percussion, vocals
  • Raul Rekow – congas, percussion, background vocals
  • Orestes Vilató– percussion, timbales, background vocals
  • Keith Olsen– engineer
  • Fred Catero– associate producer, engineer

Track listing:

  1. Changes – Cat Stevens
  2. E Papa Ré – Carlos Santana, Richard Baker, David Margen, Orestes Vilató, Alex Ligertwood
  3. Primera Invasion – Graham Lear, David Margen, Alan Pasqua, Carlos Santana
  4. Searchin’ – Alex Ligertwood, Carlos Santana, Chris Solberg
  5. Over and Over – Rick Meyers
  6. Winning – Russ Ballard
  7. Tales of Kilimanjaro – Alan Pasqua, Armando Peraza, Raul Rékow, Carlos Santana
  8. The Sensitive Kind – J. Cale
  9. American Gypsy – Russ Ballard, Graham Lear, Alex Ligertwood
  10. I Love You Much Too Much – Alexander Olshanetsky, Don Raye, Chaim Tauber
  11. Brightest Star – Alex Ligertwood, Carlos Santana
  12. Hannibal – Alex Ligertwood, Alan Pasqua, Raul Rékow, Carlos Santana

 

In April 1972.

In April 1972, “Capitol” label released “Comin’ Thru”, the seventh Quicksilver Messenger Service album.

Personnel:

  • Dino Valenti– vocals, guitar, congas
  • Gary Duncan– guitar, vocals
  • Chuck Steaks – organ
  • Mark Ryan – bass
  • Greg Elmore– drums
  • Ken Balzell – trumpet
  • Dalton Smith– trumpet
  • Bud Brisbois– trumpet
  • Pat O’Hara – trombone
  • Charles C. Loper – trombone
  • Sonny Lewis – saxophone
  • Donald Menza– saxophone

Track listing:

  1. Doin’ Time in the U.S.A. – Gary Duncan
  2. Chicken – traditional, arranged by Dino Valenti
  3. Changes – Dino Valenti
  4. California State Correctional Facility Blues – Dino Valenti, Gary Duncan, Greg Elmore, Chuck Steaks
  5. Forty Days – Dino Valenti, Gary Duncan, Greg Elmore
  6. Mojo – Dino Valenti
  7. Don’t Lose It – Gary Duncan, Dino Valenti

In January 1966.

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In January 1966, “United Artists” label released “Lightfoot!” the debut Gordon Lightfoot album. It was recorded in 1964 in New York City, and was produced by John Court.

Personnel:
• Gordon Lightfoot – guitar, piano, vocals
• David Rea or Bruce Langhorne – second guitar
• Bill Lee – bass
• Barry Feinstein – cover photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Gordon Lightfoot, except where noted.

1. Rich Man’s Spiritual
2. Long River
3. The Way I Feel
4. For Lovin’ Me
5. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face – Ewan MacColl
6. Changes – Phil Ochs
7. Early Morning Rain
8. Steel Rail Blues
9. Sixteen Miles (To Seven Lakes)
10. I’m Not Sayin’
11. Pride of Man – Hamilton Camp
12. Ribbon of Darkness
13. Oh, Linda
14. Peaceful Waters

On September 25, 1972.

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On September 25, 1972, “Vertigo” label released “Vol. 4”, the fourth Black Sabbath studio album. It was recorded May 1972, at “Record Plant” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Patrick Meehan and Black Sabbath. In 1977, the album was certified Platinum in Canada by “CRIA”, and Platinum in the US by the “RIIA” in 1986.

Personnel:

  • Ozzy Osbourne– vocals
  • Tony Iommi– guitars, piano, mellotron
  • Geezer Butler– bass guitar, mellotron
  • Bill Ward– drums, percussion
  • Colin Caldwell, Vic Smith– engineering

Track listing

All music by Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi, Ozzy Osbourne and Bill Ward; all lyrics by Geezer Butler.

  1. Wheels of Confusion/The Straightener
  2. Tomorrow’s Dream
  3. Changes
  4. FX
  5. Supernaut
  6. Snowblind
  7. Cornucopia
  8. Laguna Sunrise
  9. Vitus Dance
  10. Under the Sun/Every Day Comes and Goes

On June 6, 1967.

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On June 6, 1967, “Columbia” label released the self-titled, debut  Moby Grape album. It was recorded March – April 1967, at “CBS Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by David Rubinson.

Personnel:

  • Peter Lewis– vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Jerry Miller– vocals, lead guitar
  • Bob Mosley– vocals, bass
  • Skip Spence– vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Don Stevenson– vocals, drums

Track listing:

  1. Hey Grandma – Jerry Miller, Donn Stevenson
  2. Blues – Bob Mosley
  3. 8:05 – Jerry Miller, Don Stevenson
  4. Come in the Morning – Bob Mosley
  5. Omaha – Skip Spence
  6. Naked, If I Want To – Jerry Miller
  7. Someday – Jerry Miller, Don Stevenson, Skip Spence
  8. Ain’t No Use – Jerry Miller, Don Stevenson
  9. Sitting by the Window – Peter Lewis
  10. Changes – Jerry Miller, Don Stevenson
  11. Lazy Me – Bob Mosley
  12. Indifference – Skip Spence