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On October 3, 2006.

On October 3, 2006, “Rubber Jungle Records” label released “Bar 17”, the fifth Trey Anastasio album. It was recorded in 2006, and was produced by Bryce Goggin and Trey Anastasio.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio – vocal, guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, percussion, horns arrangements
  • Carmen Keegan, Christina Durfee, Joan Wasser, Jen Hartswick – vocals
  • John Medeski, Les Hall, Marco Benevento, Ray Paczkowski – keyboards
  • Mike Gordon, Peter Chwazil, Todd Sickafoose, Tony Markellis – bass
  • Elisabeth Stewart, Jacqueline Pickett – string bass
  • Ben Perowski, Joe Russo, Russ Lawton, Skeeto Valdez, Jonathan Fishman – drums
  • Cyro Baptista – percussion
  • Dave Grippo – alto saxophone
  • Briggan Krauss – alto and baritone saxophone
  • Peter Apfelbaum, Russell Remington – tenor saxophone
  • Erik Lawrence – tenor and baritone saxophone
  • Jared Slomoff, Jen Hartswick, Steven Bernstein – trumpet
  • Andy Moroz – trombone
  • Russel Remington – flute
  • Sue Schick – clarinet
  • Conni Ellisor, David Angell, David Davidson, Janet Askey, Mark Reneau, Karen Winkelmann – violin
  • Jim Grosjean, Kristin Wilkinson, Monisa Angell – viola
  • David Hancock, Sarighani Reist, Gary Tussing – cello
  • Greg Adams – horns arrangements
  • Don Hart – strings arrangements, conductor
  • Adam Sachs, Anthony Ruotolo, Jared Slomoff, Rick Beato, Peter Carini, Ken Lanyon, Bobby Shin – recording
  • Fred Kevorkian – mastering
  • Ben Collette – additional editing, production assistant
  • W.F.N. Productions – art direction, design
  • Beth Mantuori Rowles – studio coordinator
  • Danny Clinch – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Trey Anastasio, except where noted.

  1. Host Across the Potomac
  2. If You’re Walking
  3. Dragonfly – Joe Russo, Marco Benevento, Mike Gordon, Trey Anastasio
  4. Bar 17
  5. Mud City
  6. Let me Lie – Tom Marshall, Trey Anastasio
  7.  What’ Done
  8. Goodbye Head – Eliza Anastasio, Trey Anastasio
  9. A Case of Ice and Snow – Cruz (Benny Stockling), Kevin Hoffman, Trey Anastasio
  10. Empty House
  11. Gloomy Sky
  12. Shadow
  13. Cincinnati – Tom Marshall, Trey Anasatsio

On October 2, 1990.

On October 2, 1990, “Ensign” label released “Room to Roam”, the fifth Waterboys (The) studio album. It was recorded February – June 1990, at “Spiddal House” in Galway, Ireland, and was produced by Barry Beckett and Mike Scott.

Personnel:

  • Mike Scott – lead vocals, guitar, piano
  • Colin Blakey – whistle, flute, Hammond organ, piano
  • Anthony Thistlethwaite – saxophone, mandolin
  • Steve Wickham – vocals, fiddle, Hammond organ
  • Sharon Shannon – accordion, fiddle
  • Trevor Hutchinson – bass guitar, bouzouki
  • Noel Bridgeman – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Barry Beckett – piano
  • Roddy Lorimer – trumpet
  • J. Neil Sidwell – trombone
  • Kieran Wilde – clarinet
  • Ken Samson – didjeridu
  • John “Turps” Burke – backing vocals
  • Seamus Begley – backing vocals
  • Eileen Begley – backing vocals
  • Diarmuid O’Suilleabhan – backing vocals
  • Tim Martin – engineer
  • Annie Siggins – sleeve design
  • Simon Fowler – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Mike Scott, except where noted.

  1. In Search of a Rose
  2. Song from the End of the World
  3. A Man Is in Love – Mike Scott / Kaliope House – Dave Richardson
  4. Bigger Picture – Mike Scott, Anthony Thistlethwaite
  5. Natural Bridge Blues – traditional, arranged by Mike Scott, Colin Blakey, Anthony Thistlethwaite, Steve Wickham, Sharon Shannon, Trevor Hutchinson, Noel Bridgeman
  6. Something That Is Gone
  7. The Star and the Sea
  8. A Life of Sundays
  9. Islandman
  10. The Raggle Taggle Gypsy – traditional, arranged by Mike Scott, Colin Blakey, Anthony Thistlethwaite, Steve Wickham, Sharon Shannon, Trevor Hutchinson, Noel Bridgeman
  11. How Long Will I Love You?
  12. Upon the Wind and Waves – Steve Wickham
  13. Spring Comes to Spiddal
  14. The Trip to Broadford – Kieran Donnellan
  15. Further Up, Further In – traditional, arranged by Mike Scott, Colin Blakey, Anthony Thistlethwaite, Steve Wickham, Sharon Shannon, Trevor Hutchinson, Noel Bridgeman, lyrics by Mike Scott
  16. Room to Roam – George MacDonald, arranged by Mike Scott, Colin Blakey, Anthony Thistlethwaite, Steve Wickham, Sharon Shannon, Trevor Hutchinson, Noel Bridgeman
  17. The Kings of Kerry – Mike Scott, Sharon Shannon, Steve Wickham

On September 22, 2009.


On September 22, 2009, “Arts % Crafts” label released “Origin:Orphan”, the fifth Hidden Cameras (The) album. It was recorded in 2009, at “The Gas Station” in Las Vegas, and was produced by Joel Gibb.

Personnel:

  • Joel Gibb – guitar, piano, keyboards, organ, cello, drums, percussion, choir, engineer, artwork
  • Valerie Renay – tambourine
  • Laura Barrett – piano
  • Michael Johnston – piano
  • Maggie MacDonald – keyboards, organ
  • Paul Mathew – double bass, bass, electric bass, acoustic guitar
  • John Power – drums, choir
  • Lex Vaughn – drums
  • Don Kerr – drums
  • Mocky (Dominic Salole) – drums, congas, engineer
  • Shaun Brodie – trumpet, choir
  • Tom Richards – trombone
  • Andrew Everett – trombone
  • Micajah Sturgess – French horn
  • Jamie McCarthy – violin
  • Aisslinn Nosky – violin
  • Lief Mosbaugh – viola
  • Mike Olsen – cello
  • Ivan Turkali – cello
  • Amy Bowles, Ange MacNeil, Anthony Johnston, Catherine Stockhausen, Jill Barber, Katie Richie, Laura Barrett, Lia Maston, Paul Banwatt, Samara Liu,
  • Sebastian Müller – programming
  • Don Kerr – recording, engineer
  • Sebastian Lee Philipp – recording
  • Don Pyle – engineer
  • John Critchley – engineer
  • Grant Leslie – engineer
  • Shapemood – mixing
  • Noah Mintz – mastering
  • Robyn Kotyk – layout, design
  • Guntar Kravis – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Joel Gibb.

  1. Ratify the New
  2. In the NA
  3. He Falls to Me
  4. Colour of a Man
  5. Do I Belong
  6. Walk On
  7. Kingdom Come
  8. Origin: Orphan
  9. Underage
  10. The Little Bit
  11. Silence Can Be a Headline

On September 11, 2020.

On September 11, 2020, “Infinity Industries” label released “Re-Animator”, the fifth Everything Everything studio album. It was recorded in 2019, at “RAK Studios” in London, and was produced by John Congleton and Alex Robertshaw.

Personnel:

  • Jonathan Higgs – lead vocals, keyboards, rhythm guitar
  • Alex Robertshaw – lead guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Peter Sené – keyboards, percussion
  • Jeremy Pritchard – bass guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Michael Spearman – drums, backing vocals
  • John Congleton – engineer, mixing
  • Duncan Fuller,  Tom A.D. Fuller – engineer
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Antony Kitson – artwork, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Jonathan Higgs, Jeremy Pritchard, Alex Robertshaw, and Michael Spearman.

  1. Lost Powers
  2. Big Climb
  3. It Was a Monstering
  4. Planets
  5. Moonlight
  6. Arch Enemy
  7. Lord of the Trapdoor
  8. Black Hyena
  9. In Birdsong
  10. The Actor
  11. Violent Sun

In August 1981.

In August 1981, “Charisma” label released “Cured”, the fifth Steve Hackett album. It was recorded in 1981, and was produced by John Acock, Steve Hackett and Nick Magnus.

Personnel:

  • Steve Hackett – vocals, guitars, bass guitar
  • Nick Magnus – keyboards, LM-1 drum machine
  • Kim Poor – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Hackett except where noted.

  1. Hope I Don’t Wake
  2. Picture Postcard
  3. Can’t Let Go
  4. The Air-Conditioned Nightmare
  5. Funny Feeling – Steve Hackett, Nick Magnus
  6. A Cradle of Swans
  7. Overnight Sleeper – Steve Hackett, Kim Poor
  8. Turn Back Time

In August 1976.

In August 1976, “RCA” label released “Bigger Than Both of Us”, the fifth Daryl Hall and John Oates studio album. It was recorded in 1976, at “Cherokee Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Cristopher Bond.

Personnel:

  • Daryl Hall – lead and backing vocals, keyboards, mandola, synthesizer, arrangements, cover concept, design
  • John Oates – lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitars, harmonica, arrangements
  • Christopher Bond – lead guitars, keyboards, synthesizer, arrangements
  • Tom Hensley – acoustic piano
  • Scotty Edwards – bass
  • Leland Sklar – bass
  • Jim Gordon – drums
  • Ed Greene – drums
  • Slugger Blue – “G kick” drums
  • Gary Coleman – percussion
  • Tom Scott – flute, saxophone, Lyricon
  • Charles DeChant – saxophone
  • James Getzoff – concertmaster, conductor
  • Stephen Dees – co-arrangements
  • John Arrias, John Mills – engineer, mixing
  • Armin Steiner – engineer
  • Allen Zentz – mastering
  • Ron Barry – covert art work
  • Gribbitt Photography – cover photography
  • Kathy Hohl, Sam Emmerson – insert photography

Track listing:

  1. Back Together Again – John Oates
  2. Rich Girl – Daryl Hall
  3. Crazy Eyes – John Oates
  4. Do What You Want, Be What You Are – Daryl Hall, John Oates
  5. Kerry – Stephen Dees, Daryl Hall
  6. London Luck & Love – Sara Allen, Daryl Hall, John Oates
  7. Room to Breathe – Sara Allen, Daryl Hall
  8. You’ll Never Learn – Daryl Hall, John Oates
  9. Falling – Daryl Hall

On August 20, 2021.


On August 20, 2021, “Hassle Records” label released “Into the Blue”, the fifth The Joy Formidable album. It was recorded in 2021, and was produced by Rhiannon Bryan and Rhydian Dafydd.

Personnel:

  • Rhiannon Bryan – vocal, guitar
  • Rhydian Dafydd – bass, artwork, mixing
  • Matt Thomas – drums
  • Kevin Ratterman – mastering
  • Bryan Owens, Ritzy Bryan, Lynn Padam, Salerafus – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Rhiannon Bryan and Rhydian Dafydd.

  1. Into the Blue
  2. Chimes
  3. Sevier
  4. Interval
  5. Farrago
  6. Bring It to Front
  7. Back to Nothing
  8. Only Once
  9. Left Too Soom
  10. Gotta Feed My Dog
  11. Somewhere New

In August 1966.

In August 1966, “Blue Note” label released “Unity”, the fifth Larry Young album. It was recorded in November 1965, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and was produced by Alfred Lion.

Personnel:

  • Larry Young – Hammond B-3 organ
  • Woody Shaw – trumpet
  • Joe Henderson – tenor saxophone
  • Elvin Jones – drums
  • Rudy Van Gelder – engineer
  • Reid Miles – design
  • Francis Wolff – photography
  • Nat Hentoff – liner notes

Track listing:

  1. Zoltan – Woody Shaw
  2. Monk’s Dream – Thelonious Monk
  3. If – Joe Henderson
  4. The Moontrane – Woody Shaw
  5. Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise – Oscar Hammerstein II, Sigmund Romberg
  6. Beyond All Limits – Woody Shaw

On August 6, 2013.

On August 6, 2013, “Modular Recordings” label released “Hobo Rocket”, the fifth Pond studio album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Kevin Parker.

Personnel:

  • Nicholas Allbrook – vocals, guitar, bass, synthesizer
  • Jay Watson – vocals, guitar, keyboards, synthesizer, zither
  • Joe Ryan – acoustic and electric guitar, rhythm guitar, sitar, tambourine, bass, synthesizer, drums
  • Jamie Terry – acoustic and electric guitar, bass
  • Cam Avery – slide guitar, drums
  • Dave Parkin – saxophone
  • Cowboy John – vocals

Track listing:

  1. Whatever Happened to the Million Head Collide
  2. Xanman
  3. O Dharma
  4. Aloneaflameaflower
  5. Giant Tortoise
  6. Hobo Rocket
  7. Midnight Mass (At the Market St. Payphone)

In July 1965.

In July 1965, “Blue Note” label released “JuJu”, the fifth Wayne Shorter album. It was recorded in August 1964, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, in New Jersey, and was produced by Alfred Lion.

Personnel:

  • Wayne Shorter – tenor saxophone
  • McCoy Tyner – piano
  • Reggie Workman – bass
  • Elvin Jones – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Wayne Shorter.

  1. JuJu
  2. Deluge
  3. House of Jade
  4. Mahjong
  5. Yes or No
  6. Twelve More Bars to Go