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On May 24, 1994.

On May 24, 1994, “Geffen” label released “The Woman’s Boat”, the third Toni Childs album. It was recorded in 1993, and was produced by Toni Childs and David Bottrill.

Personnel:

  • Toni Childs – vocals, synthesizer
  • Peter Gabriel– vocals
  • Sultan Khan – sarangui
  • Trey Gunn– stick
  • Ron Aslan – programming, engineer
  • Caroline Dale – cello
  • Robert Fripp– guitar
  • Lee Ann Harris – percussion
  • Peter McKinney – drums
  • David Rhodes– guitar
  • Jimmy Smyth – synthesizer, bass, guitar, piano
  • Kate St. John– cor Anglais
  • Martin Tillman – cello
  • Ron Reeves – didjerid
  • Sabine Kabongo – voices
  • Carole Rowley – voices
  • Pandit Dinesh – tabla, voices
  • Eric Flickinger – voices
  • Ben Findlay – voices
  • Kirsty Allen – voices
  • Max Jules Brooks – programming

Track listing:

All tracks by Toni Childs and Jimmy Smyth, except where noted.

  1. Womb – Tony Childs
  2. Welcome to the World
  3. Predator
  4. I Just Want Affection – Tony Childs
  5. I Met a Man – Tony Childs
  6. The Woman’s Boat – Tony Childs, David Rhodes
  7. Wild Bride
  8. Sacrifice
  9. Lay Down Your Pain – Tony Childs, David Rhodes
  10. Long Time Coming
  11. Death

 

 

 

On April 11, 2000.

On April 11, 2000, “Narada” label released “Waters of Eden”, the second Tony Levin album. It was recorded 1999 – 2000, and was produced by Tony Levin and Artie Traum.

Personnel:

  • Tony Levin – Music Manelectric bass, fretless bass, NS electric upright bass, NS electric cello, engineer
  • Warren Bernhardt– piano, engineer
  • California Guitar Trio– acoustic guitars
  • Larry Fast– synthesizer, engineer
  • Steve Gorn– bansuri flute, engineer
  • Pete Levin – synthesizer
  • Jerry Marotta– percussion, drums, Taos drum, engineer
  • Jeff Pevar – acoustic and electric guitars, engineer
  • David Sancious– synthesizer, piano, virtual soprano saxophone
  • David Torn– acoustic and electric guitars, electric oud, loops, drum processing
  • David Bottrill – mixing
  • David Tom – Engineer
  • Robert Frazza – engineer
  • Brandon Mason – engineer, assistant engineer
  • Trevor Sadler – mastering

Tracks listing:

All tracks by Tony Levin.

  1. Bone & Flesh
  2. Waters of Eden
  3. Icarus
  4. Gecko Walk
  5. Belle
  6. Pillar of Fire
  7. Boulevard of Dreams
  8. Opal Road
  9. Utopia

On June 5, 1989.

On June 5, 1989, “Real Word Records” label released “Babeti Soukous”, studio/live album by Tabu Ley Rochereau and the Afrisa International Orchestra. It was recorded in 1989, in one night as a live studio session at “Real World Studios”,  Wiltshire, UK,  and was produced by Tabu Ley Seigneur Rochereau.

Personnel:

  • Taba Ley Siegneur Rochereau – lead vocals, director
  • Akazol Kalula – alto saxophone
  • Shaba Kahamba Vzalu – bass
  • Longi Makesa – congas
  • Mavambu Lukombo – drums
  • Nseka Huit-Kilos – guitar solo
  • Fumunani Freddy – keyboard
  • Beyou Ciel, Monoko Dodo, Faya Tess – lead vocals
  • Lossikiya Maneno – musical assistance
  • Apewayi Matshi, Onya Amisi – performer (dancer)
  • Madoka Kaïen, Makondele Dave – rhythm guitar
  • Mekanisi Modero – tenor saxophone, announcements
  • Kabasele Kaber, Ntumba Mwamba – trumpet
  • Lukombo Djeffar, Bonane Wawali – vocals
  • Richard Chappel – engineer assistant
  • David Bottrill – engineer, mixing
  • Mouat – design
  • Rani Charrington – cover (composite)
  • Celline Bourdon, Philip Sweeney – liner notes
  • Francis Drake – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Tabu Ley Seigneur Rochereau, except where noted

  1. Presentation
  2. Kinshasa
  3. Sorozo
  4. Linga Ngai – Munoko Dodo
  5. Moto Akokufa
  6. Nairobi
  7. Seli Ja
  8. I Need You
  9. Amour Nala
  10. Tu As Dit Que
  11. Sentimenta
  12. Pitié
  13. Mosolo

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

 

On March 16, 1999.

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On March 16, 1999, “Island” label released “The Ideal Crash”, the third dEUS studio album. It was recorded in 1998, and was produced by David Bottrill.

Personnel:

  • Tom Barman – vocals, guitars
  • Klaas Janzoons – violin, keyboards
  • Craig Ward – vocals, guitar
  • Julle DeBorgher – drums
  • Danny Mommens – bass
  • Guy Van Nueten – synthesizer
  • Piet Jorens – percussion
  • David Bottrill – piano, mixing
  • Bart Maris – horns
  • Ben Findlay – engineer

Track listing:

  1. Put the Freaks Up Front – dEUS
  2. Sister Dew – Tom Barman, Craig Ward
  3. One Advice, Space – Tom Barman, Craig Ward, Kelvin Smits
  4. The Magic Hour – Tom Barman, Craig Ward
  5. The Ideal Crash – Tom Barman, Craig Ward, Danny Mommens
  6. Instant Street – Tom Barman, Craig Ward, Danny Mommens
  7. Magdalena – Tom Barman, Craig Ward, Danny Mommens
  8. Everybody’s Weird – Tom Barman, Craig Ward
  9. Let’s See Who Goes Down First – Klaas Janzoons, Craig Ward
  10. Dream Sequence #1 – Tom Barman, Craig Ward