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The Isley Brothers: Soul on the Rocks

On January 24, 1967, “Tamla” label released “Soul on the Rocks”, the fifth studio album by Isley Brothers (The). It was recorded in 1966, at “Studio A”, Hitsville, Detroit, and was produced by Norman Whitfield, Smokey Robinson and Ivy Jo Hunter.


  • Ronald Isley – vocals
  • Rudolph Isley – vocals
  • O’Kelly Isley Jr. – vocals

Track listing:

  1. Got to have You Back – Ivy Jo Hunter, Leon ware, Stephen Bowden
  2. That’s the Way Love Is – Norman Whitfield, Barrett Strong
  3. Whispers (Getting’ Louder) – David Scott, Barbara Acklin
  4. Tell Me It’s Just a Rumor baby – Harvey Fugua, Johnny Bristol, Vernon Bullock
  5. One Too Many Heartaches – Ivy Jo Hunter
  6. It’s Out of the Question – William “Smokey” Robinson, Berry Gordy
  7. Why When Love Is Gone – Ivy Jo Hunter
  8. Save Me from This Misery – Norman Whitfield, Roger Penzabene, Stephen Bowden
  9. Little Miss Sweetness – William “Smokey” Robinson
  10. Good Things – Robert Bruce, Leroy Kirkland
  11. Catching Up on Time – Clarence Paul, Leon Ware, Morris Broadnax
  12. Behind a Painted Smile – Ivy Jo Hunter, Beatrice Verdi

Daniel Knox: Won’t You Take Me With You

On January 15, 2021, “H. P. Johnson Presents” label released “Won’t You Take Me with You”, the fifth Daniel Knox studio album. It was recorded in 2020, and was produced by Daniel Knox and Joshua Fitzgerald Klocek.


  • Daniel Knox – vocals, piano, synth
  • Joshua Fitzgerald Klocek – guitar
  • Paul Parts – electric bass
  • Colby Starck – drums
  • Jim Cooper – string bass, orchestration
  • Nate Lepine – saxophone
  • Andra Kulans – violin, viola
  • Nora Barton – cello
  • Nick Jones – timpani
  • Greg Norman – engineer, mixing
  • Greg Obis – mastering
  • Sheila Sachs – design
  • John Atwood – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Daniel Knox.

  1. King of the Ball
  2. Vinegar Hill
  3. Fall Apart
  4. Fool in the Heart
  5. Girl from Carbondale
  6. Look at Me
  7. I Saw Someone Alone
  8. Lights Out
  9. No Horizon

You Me at Six: Night People

On January 6, 2017, “Infectious” label released “Night People”, the fifth You Me at Six studio album. It was recorded February – June 2016, at “Black Bird” in Nashville, Tennessee, and was produced by Jacquire King.


  • Josh Franceschi – lead vocals
  • Chris Miller – lead guitar
  • Max Helyer – rhythm guitar
  • Matt Barnes – bass guitar
  • Dan Flint – drums
  • Jacquire King – programming
  • Andrew Scheps – mixing
  • Eric Boulanger – mastering
  • Studio Juice – art direction
  • Alex Page – photography
  • David East – photography
  • Max Fairlough – photography
  • Matt Salacuse – photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Josh Franceschi, all music by Josh Franceschi, Chris Miller, Max Helyer, Matt Barnes and Dan Flint, except where noted.

  1. Night People
  2. Plus One – Josh Franceschi, Chris Miller, Max Helyer, Matt Barnes, Dan Flint, Crispin Hunt
  3. Heavy Soul
  4. Take on the World – Josh Franceschi, Chris Miller, Max Helyer, Matt Barnes, Dan Flint, Iain Archer
  5. Brand New
  6. Sweat
  7. Make Your Move
  8. Can’t Hold Back – Josh Franceschi, Chris Miller, Max Helyer, Matt Barnes and Dan Flint, Crispin Hunt
  9. Spell it Out
  10. Give

Barry White: Let the Music Play

On January2, 1976, “20th Century” label released “Let the Music Play”, the fifth Barry White album. It was recorded in 1975, and was produced by Barry White.


  • Barry White – lead vocals, arranger, conductor, design concept
  • Don Peake – orchestration
  • Barney Perkins – engineer
  • Frank Kejmar – engineer, mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Barry White, except where noted.

  1. I Don’t Know Where Love Has Gone
  2. If You Know, Won’t You Tell Me
  3. I’m So Blue and You Are Too
  4. Baby, We Better Try to Get It Together
  5. You See the Trouble with Me
  6. Let the Music Play

George Russell: Stratusphunk

In January 1961, “Riverside” label released “Stratusphunk”, the fifth George Russell album. It was recorded in October 1960 in New York City, and was produced by Orrin Keepnews.


  • George Russell – piano, arranger, conductor
  • Al Kiger – trumpet
  • David Baker: trombone
  • Dave Young: tenor saxophone
  • Chuck Israels: bass
  • Joe Hunt: drums

Track listing:

All tracks by George Russell except where noted

  1. Stratusphunk
  2. New Donna
  3. Bent Eagle – Carla Bley
  4. Kentucky Oysters – David Baker
  5. Lambskins – David Lahm
  6. Things New

Quintessence: Indweller

In December 1972, “RCA” label released “Indweller”, the fifth and final studio Quintessence studio album. It was recorded in July 1972, at “Morgan” in London, and was produced by Allan Mostert, Raja Ram, Sambhu Babaji and Jake Milton.


  • Allan Mostert – lead guitar
  • Raja Ram – flute
  • Sambhu Babaji – bass guitar
  • Jake Milton – drums

Track listing:

  1. Jesus My Life
  2. Butterfly Music
  3. It’s All the Same
  4. Indweller
  5. Holy Roller
  6. Portable Realm
  7. Sai Baba
  8. On the Other Side of the Wall
  9. Dedication
  10. Bliss Trip
  11. Mother of the Universe

Vangelis: Spiral

In December 1977, “RCA” label released “Spiral”, the fifth Vangelis studio album. It was recorded in 1977, at “Nemo Studios” in London, and was produced by Vangelis. In 1978, the Vangelis received “Midem International Instrumental Award” for the album track “To the Unknown Man”,


  • Vangelis — synthesizers, keyboards, various instruments, arranger, design
  • Keith Spencer-Allen — engineer
  • Marlis Duncklau — engineer assistant
  • Jack Wood — art direction
  • Michael Hudson — design
  • Michael Plomer, Veronique Skawinska — photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Vangelis.

  1. Spiral
  2. Ballad
  3. Dervish D
  4. To the Unknown Man
  5. 3 + 3

Jimmy Buffett: A1A

In December 1974, “Dunhill” label released “A1A”, the fifth Jimmy Buffett studio album. It was recorded in 1974, and was produced by Don Gant.


The Third Coral Reefer Band

  • Jimmy Buffett – vocals, guitar
  • Roger Bartlett – acoustic lead guitar
  • Steve Goodman – acoustic lead guitar
  • Reggie Young – electric lead guitar
  • Doyle Gresham – pedal steel
  • Greg “Fingers” Taylor – harmonica
  • Tommy Cogbill – bass
  • Mike Utley – piano, organ
  • Farrell Morris – percussion
  • Sammy Creason – drums
  • Buzz Cason, Bergen White, Don Gant – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Making Music for Money – Alex Harvey
  2. Door Number Three – Jimmy Buffett, Steve Goodman
  3. Dallas – Roger Bartlett
  4. Presents to Send You – Jimmy Buffett
  5. Stories We Could Tell – John B. Sebastian
  6. Life Is Just a Tire Swing – Jimmy Buffett
  7. A Pirate Looks at Forty – Jimmy Buffett
  8. Migration – Jimmy Buffett
  9. Trying to Reason with Hurricane Season – Jimmy Buffett
  10. Nautical Wheelers – Jimmy Buffett
  11. Tin Cup Chalice – Jimmy Buffett

Noir Désir: 666.667 Club

On December 17, 1996, “Barclay” label released “666.667 Club”, the fifth Noir Désir studio album. It was recorded in 1996, and was produced by Ted Niceley, Bertrand Cantat, Serge Teyssot-Gay, Jean-Paul Roy and Denis Barthe. French edition of “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked “666.667 Club” at number 12 on its list of the “Greatest 100 French Albums of all Time”. The album was certified 2 x Platium in France by “SNEP”.


  • Bertrand Cantat – vocals, guitars, harmonica, percussion
  • Serge Teyssot-Gay – guitars, organ
  • Jean-Paul Roy – bass
  • Denis Barthe – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Frédéric Vidalenc – bass
  • Akosh Szelevényi – saxophone, kalimba, oboe, bass clarinet, Tibetan bells
  • Lajkó Félix – violin
  • Alain Perrier, Les Elèves De L’Ecole Nationale De Musique Et De Danse Des Landes, Patrice Labèque, Thierry Duvigneau – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Bertrand Cantat, Serge Teyssot-Gay, Jean-Paul Roy and Denis Barthe, except where noted.

  1. 666.667 Club
  2. Fin de siècle
  3. Un jour en France
  4. À ton étoile
  5. Ernestine
  6. Comme elle vient
  7. Prayer for a Wanker
  8. Les persiennes
  9. L’homme pressé
  10. Lazy
  11. A la longue
  12. Septembre, en attendant – lyrics by Bertrand Cantat, music by Frédéric Vidalenc
  13. Song for JLP (bonus track, not listed in album cover)

Charlie Daniels Band: Fire on the Mountain

On November 29, 1974, “Kama Sutra” label released “Fire on the Mountain”, the second Charlie Daniels Band album, and the fifth Charlie Daniels studio album overall. Seven studio tracks were recorded in 1974, at “Capricorn Studios” in Macon, Georgia, and two live tracks were recorded at “The War Memorial Auditorium” in Nashville, Tennessee. The album was produced by Paul Hornsby. In 1992, it was certified Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”. 

Track listing:

  • Charlie Daniels – lead vocals, acoustic, electric, slide guitars, banjo
  • Barry Barnes – vocals, acoustic and electric guitars
  • Joel “Taz” DiGregorio – vocals, keyboards
  • Mark Fitzgerald – bass guitar
  • Gary Allen – drums, percussion
  • Fred Edwards – drums
  • Richard Betts – dobro
  • Jaimie Nichol – congas
  • Ovie Sparks – engineer
  • Tony Humphreys – engineer assistant
  • Roslav Szaybo, Simon Cantwell – design
  • James Flournoy Holmes, Kent Griggs – cover art, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Charlie Daniels, except where noted.

  1. Caballo Diablo
  2. Long Haired Country Boy
  3. Trudy
  4. Georgia
  5. Feeling Free – Barry Barnes
  6. The South’s Gonna Do It
  7. New York City, King Size Rosewood Bed
  8. No Place to Go (live)
  9. Orange Blossom Special (live) – Ervin T. Rouse