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On March 6, 2012.

On March 6, 2012, “Columbia” label released “Wrecking Ball”, the seventeenth Bruce Springsteen studio album. It was recorded 2011 – 2012, at Stone Hill at Bruce’s House, New Jersey, and was produced by Ron Aniello and Bruce Springsteen. In 2012, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked “Wrecking Ball” at number-one on its “Top 50 albums of 2012” list.

Personnel:

  • Bruce Springsteen– vocals,  guitars,  banjo,  piano,  organ,  drums,  percussion, loops
  • Ron Aniello– guitar, bass, keyboards, piano, drums, loops
  • Max Weinberg– drums
  • Matt Chamberlain– drums
  • Charlie Giordano– accordion, piano, organ, synth, celeste
  • Soozie Tyrell– violin
  • Clarence Clemons– saxophone
  • Tom Morello– electric guitar
  • Greg Leisz– banjo, mandocello, lap steel guitar
  • Marc Muller – pedal steel
  • Steve Van Zandt– mandolin
  • Curt Ramm, Clark Gayton, Stan Harrison, Ed Manion, Dan Levine, Art Baron – horns
  • Curt Ramm, Darrel Leonard – trumpet solo
  • Kevin Buell – marching drum
  • Rob Lebret – electric guitar
  • Clif Norrell– tuba
  • Steve Jordan – tambourine
  • Patti Scialfa– vocal arrangements
  • Lisa Lowell
  • Soozie Tyrell
  • Michelle Moore
  • Cindy Mizelle – outro vocal
  • Steve Van Zandt
  • Ron Aniello
  • Kevin Buell
  • Ross Petersen, Ron Aniello, Clif Norrell, Rob Lebret – group vocals
  • Victorious Gospel Choir
  • Lilly “Crawford” Brown – founder, director
  • New York Chamber Consort
  • Strings arranged and conducted by Rob Mathes
  • Mark “Spike” Stent, Rich Costey, Bob Clearmountain, Chris Lord-Alge, Ron Aniello, Ross Petersen – mixing engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Bruce Springsteen.

  1. We Take Care of Our Own
  2. Easy Money
  3. Shackled and Drawn
  4. Jack of All Trades
  5. Death to My Hometown
  6. This Depression
  7. Wrecking Ball
  8. You’ve Got It
  9. Rocky Ground
  10. Land of Hope and Dreams
  11. We Are Alive

 

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On March 2, 1979.

On March 2, 1979, “Warner Bros” label released “Thanks I’ll Eat It Here”, the only Lowell George solo album. It was recorded in 1078, at “Sunset Sound” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Lowell George. The cover art, painted by Neon Park, is a version of Édouard Manet’s painting “Le déjeuner sur l’herbe” with Marlene Dietrich, Fidel Castro and Bob Dylan as the diners.

Personnel:

  • Lowell George – vocals, guitar
  • Bonnie Raitt- vocals
  • James Newton Howard- keyboards
  • Chuck Rainey- bass
  • Denny Christianson – keyboards, horns
  • David Foster- keyboards
  • Chilli Charles – drums
  • Nicky Hopkins- keyboards
  • Jim Price- horns
  • Jim Keltner- drums
  • Jim Gordon- drums
  • Michael Baird- drums
  • Dennis Belfield – bass
  • Bobby Bruce – violin, guitar
  • Turner Stephen Bruton- guitar
  • Luis Damian – guitar, keyboards
  • Gordon DeWitty – keyboards, piano
  • Maxine Dixon – piano
  • Arthur Gerst – piano
  • Jimmy Greenspoon – guitar, piano
  • Roberto Gutierrez – vocals, guitar, drums
  • Richie Hayward- drums
  • Jerry Jumonville – saxophone, guitar
  • Ron Koss – guitar, engineering
  • Darrell Leonard – horn, vocals
  • Maxayn Lewis- vocals
  • David Paich- keyboards
  • Jeff Porcaro- drums
  • Dean Parks- guitar, keyboards
  • Bruce Paulson – keyboards
  • Bill Payne- keyboards, vocals
  • Herb Pedersen- vocals
  • Joel Peskin – vocals, saxophone
  • John Phillips- saxophone, drums
  • Peggy Sandvig – piano
  • James Self – tuba
  • Steve Madaio – horns
  • Floyd Sneed – drums, vocals
  • D. Souther- bass, vocals
  • Paul Stallworth – bass, guitar
  • Fred Tackett- guitar, vocals
  • Maxine Willard Waters – vocals
  • Donn Landee, George Massenburg– engineering
  • Billy Youdelman, Bruce Botnick, Doug Botnick – assistant engineer
  • Michael Ward – truck driver, drum tech
  • Brad Kanawyer, Michael Hollyfield – design
  • Elizabeth George, Bob Marks, Nancy Goldfarb – photography

Track listing:

  1. What Do You Want the Girl to Do – Allen Toussaint
  2. Honest Man – Lowell George, Fred Tackett
  3. Two Trains – Lowell George
  4. I Can’t Stand the Rain – Ann Peebles, Don Bryant, Bernie Miller
  5. Cheek to Cheek – Lowell George, Van Dyke Parks, Martin Kibbee (aka Fred Martin))
  6. Easy Money – Rickie Lee Jones
  7. Twenty Million Things – Lowell George, Jed Levy
  8. Find a River – Fred Tackett
  9. Himmler’s Ring – Jimmy Webb

 

On August 8, 1983.

On August 8, 1983, “Family Productions” label released “An Innocent Man”, the ninth Billy Joel studio album. It was recorded in 1983, at “Chelsea Sound” and “A&R Recording, Inc.” in New York, and was produced by Phil Ramone.

Personnel:

  • Billy Joel– Baldwin acoustic piano, Fender Rhodes, Hammond B3 organ, lead  and background vocals
  • Liberty DeVitto– drums
  • Doug Stegmeyer– bass guitar
  • David Brown – lead electric and acoustic guitars
  • Russell Javors– rhythm electric and acoustic guitars
  • Mark Rivera– alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, percussion
  • Ralph MacDonald– percussion
  • Leon Pendarvis – Hammond B3 organ
  • Richard Tee– acoustic piano
  • Eric Gale– electric guitar
  • Toots Thielemans– harmonica
  • “String Fever” – strings
  • Ronnie Cuber– baritone saxophone
  • Jon Faddis– trumpet
  • David Sanborn– alto saxophone
  • Joe Shepley – trumpet
  • Michael Brecker– tenor saxophone
  • John Gatchell – trumpet
  • Tom Bahler, Rory Dodd, Frank Floyd, Lani Groves, Ullanda McCullough, Ron Taylor, Terry Textor, Eric Troyer, Mike Alexander – background vocal
  • Engineers: Jim Boyer, Bradshaw Leigh
  • Assistant engineers: Mike Allaire, Scott James
  • Production coordinator: Laura Loncteaux
  • Mastering: Ted Jensen
  • Horn and string arrangements: David Matthews
  • Background vocal arrangements: Tom Bahler
  • Musical advisor: Billy Zampino
  • Photography: Gilles Larrain
  • Cover design: Christopher Austopchuk, Mark Larson

Track listing:

All tracks by Billy Joel, except for the chorus for “This Night,” credited to L. v. Beethoven.

  1. Easy Money
  2. An Innocent Man
  3. The Longest Time
  4. This Night
  5. Tell Her About It
  6. Uptown Girl
  7. Careless Talk
  8. Christie Lee
  9. Leave a Tender Moment Alone
  10. Keeping the Faith

In May 1983.

In May 1983, “Capitol” label released “The Net”, the seventh Little River Band studio album. It was recorded in 1982, and was produced by Ernie Rose, John Farnham, Beeb Birtles, Greaham Gobie, David Hirschfelder, Stephen Housden, Wayne Nelson  and Derek Pellicci.

Personnel:

  • John Farnham- vocals
  • Beeb Birtles- guitars, vocals
  • Graeham Goble- guitars, vocals
  • David Hirschfelder- keyboards
  • Stephen Housden – guitar, vocals
  • Wayne Nelson- bass guitar, vocals
  • Derek Pellicci – drums, percussion

Track listing:

  1. You’re Driving Me Out of My Mind – Beeb Birtles, Graeham Goble
  2. We Two – Graeham Goble
  3. No More Tears – Beeb Birtles
  4. Socialite – Beeb Birtles
  5. Down On The Border – Graeham Goble
  6. The Danger Sign – Beeb Birtles, F Howson
  7. Falling – Stephen Housden, Wakeford
  8. Sleepless Nights – Graeham Goble
  9. Easy Money – Graeham Goble
  10. The Net – Graeham Goble

In May 1978.

In May 1978, “Bearsville” label released “Stone Blue”, the seventh Foghat studio album. It was recorded in 1978, and was produced by Eddie Kramer.

Personnel:

  • Dave Peverett- rhythm guitar, vocals
  • Rod Price- lead guitar, slide guitar
  • Craig MacGregor- bass guitar
  • Roger Earl- drums

Track listing:

  1. Stone Blue – Dave Peverett
  2. Sweet Home Chicago – Robert Johnson
  3. Easy Money – Dave Peverett
  4. Midnight Madness – Dave Peverett, Rod Price
  5. It Hurts Me Too – Elmore James
  6. High on Love – Dave Peverett, Rod Price
  7. Chevrolet – Earl McDaniel
  8. Stay with Me – Dave Peverett, Rod Price

On March 23, 1973.

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On March 23, 1973, “Island” label released “Larks’ Tongues in Aspic”, the fifth King Crimson studio album. It was recorded January – February 1973, at “Command Studios” in London, and was produced by King Crimson.

Personnel:

  • Robert Fripp – guitars, Mellotron, electric piano
  • John Wetton – bass, vocals, piano
  • Bill Bruford – drums
  • David Cross – violin, viola, Mellotron, electric piano, flute
  • Jamie Muir – percussion

Track listing

  1. Larks’ tongues in aspic, Part One – David Cross, Robert Fripp, John Wetton, Bill Bruford, Jamie Muir
  2. Book of Saturday – Robert Fripp, John Wetton, Richard Palmer-James
  3. Exiles – David Cross, Robert Fripp, John Wetton, Richard Palmer-James
  4. Easy Money – Robert Fripp, John Wetton, Richard Palmer-James
  5. The Talking Drum – David Cross, Robert Fripp, John Wetton, Bill Bruford, Jamie Mur
  6. Larks’ tongues in aspic, Part Two – Robert Fripp

 

On February 28, 1979.

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On February 28, 1979, “Warner Bros” released the self-titled, debut Rickie Lee Jones album. It  was recorded in 1978, at “Warner Bros. Recording Studios” and “The Burbank Studios”, and was produced by Lenny Waronker  and  Russ Titelman. In 1980, the album won Rickie Lee Jones “Grammy” for “Best New Artist.”

Personnel:

  • Rickie Lee Jones – vocals, guitar, keyboards, percussion, horn arrangements, drums, bass
  • Dr. John- keyboards
  • Michael McDonald- vocals
  • Randy Newman- synthesizer
  • Victor Feldman- percussion, drums, keyboards
  • Tom Scott- horns
  • Ralph Grierson – keyboards
  • Michael Boddicker- synthesizer
  • Red Callender- bass
  • Nick DeCaro – accordion, orchestral arrangements
  • Buzz Feiten- guitar
  • Chuck Findley- horns
  • Steve Gadd- drums
  • Randy Kerber- keyboards
  • Neil Larsen – keyboards
  • Arno Lucas- background vocals
  • Johnny Mandel- orchestral arrangements
  • Andy Newmark- drums
  • Jeff Porcaro- drums
  • Leslie Smith – background vocals
  • Mark Stevens – drums, percussion
  • Fred Tackett- guitar, mandolin
  • Joe Turano – background vocals
  • Ernie Watts- horns
  • Willie Weeks- bass
  • Matthew Weiner- background vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Rickie Lee Jones, except where noted.

  1. Chuck E.’s in Love
  2. On Saturday Afternoons in 1963
  3. Night Train
  4. Young Blood
  5. Easy Money
  6. The Last Chance Texaco
  7. Danny’s All-Star Joint
  8. Coolsville
  9. Weasel and the White Boys Cool – Rickie Lee Jones, Alfred Johnson
  10. Company – Rickie Lee Jones, Alfred Johnson
  11. After Hours (Twelve Bars Past Goodnight)