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On August 1973.

In August 1973, “Elektra” label released “Valley Hi”, the fifth Ian Matthews album. It was recorded in 1973, and was produced by Michael Nesmith.

Personnel:

  • Ian Matthews- guitar, vocals
  • Michael Nesmith- guitar
  • Red Rhodes- steel guitar
  • Byron Berline- fiddle, violin
  • David Barry- keyboards
  • Billy Graham- bass, fiddle
  • Danny Lane- drums
  • Robert Warford- guitar
  • Jay Lacy– guitar
  • Recording engineer: Terry Dunavan, Fritz Richmond
  • Art direction: Robert Heimall
  • Photography, cover art: Paul Slaughter, Bruce Atkins

Track listing:

  1. Keep On Sailing – Ian Matthews
  2. Old Man at the Mill – traditional
  3. Shady Lies – Richard Thompson
  4. These Days – Jackson Browne
  5. Leaving Alone – Ian Matthews
  6. Seven Bridges Road – Steve Young
  7. Save Your Sorrows -Ian Matthews
  8. What Are You Waiting For – Randy Newman
  9. Propinquity – Michael Nesmith
  10. Blue Blue Day – Don Gibson

 

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In August 1973.

In August 1973, “United Artists” label released “Future Days”, the fifth Can studio album. It was recorded in 1973, and was produced by Holger Czukay, Michael Karoli, Jaki Liebezeit, Irmin Schmidt and Damo Suzuki.”Future Days” was ranked at number 8 on the Rolling Stone’s “50 Greatest Prog Rock Albums of All Time” list. In 1995, “Mojo” magazine named it the 62nd greatest album of all time.

Personnel:

  • Holger Czukay– bass, double bass
  • Michael Karoli– guitar, violin
  • Jaki Liebezeit– drums, percussion
  • Irmin Schmidt– keyboards, synthesizers
  • Damo Suzuki– vocals, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks written by Holger Czukay, Michael Karoli, Jaki Liebezeit, Irmin Schmidt, and Damo Suzuki.

  1. Future Days
  2. Spray
  3. Moonshake
  4. Bel Air

On August 17, 2009.

On August 17, 2009, “Evil Office” label released “No More Stories Are Told Today, I’m Sorry They Washed Away // No More Stories, The World Is Grey, I’m Tired, Let’s Wash Away”, the fifth Mew studio album. It was recorded in 2008, at “Brooklyn Recording”, “Electric Lady Studios” in New York City, “Evil Office” in Copenhagen, Denmark, and was produced by Rich Costey, Jonas Bjerre, Silas Utke Graae Jørgensen and Bo Madsen.

Personnel:

  • Jonas Bjerre– electric guitars, synthesizers, harmonium, piano, acoustic guitar
  • Bo Madsen – electric guitars, acoustic guitar
  • Silas Graae – drums, percussion, African percussion, drum programming
  • Steve Coleman– alto saxophone
  • Sellasi Dewornu – African percussion
  • Marthisa Friis-Hansen – percussion, Kalimba, marimba
  • Mari Helgerlikova – additional vocals
  • Bastian Juel – bass
  • Nico Muhly– string, piano, piccolo, flute arrangements
  • Damon Tutunjian – bass
  • Nick Watts – additional keyboards
  • Choir
    • Anne Berggren
    • Anni Mogensen
    • Nanna Larsch
    • Lianna Quarshie
  • Children’s choir
    • Mia-Marie Olesen
    • Maria Bruun
    • Fannie Klint
    • Solveig Honore
    • Mathilde Lerentzen
    • Emily Piercy
    • Roselil Hansen
    • Fritjof Nørretranders
    • Sally Risell
    • Vera Kwederis
  • Rich Costey – mixing
  • Bob Ludwig- mastering
  • Ari Marcopoulos- photography
  • Vlado Meller- mastering
  • M/M Paris- album cover, design
  • Charlie Stavish – engineering, mixing
  • Mark Santangelo – recording assistant
  • Alan Mintz, Will Botwin- management
  • Noah Goldstein, Ben Liscio – mixing

Track listing:

  1. New Terrain
  2. Introducing Palace Players
  3. Beach
  4. Repeaterbeater
  5. Intermezzo 1
  6. Silas the Magic Car
  7. Cartoons and Macramé Wounds
  8. Hawaii Dream
  9. Hawaii
  10. Vaccine
  11. Tricks of the Trade
  12. Intermezzo 2
  13. Sometimes Life Isn’t Easy
  14. Reprise
  15. Nervous

 

In August 1972.

In August 1972, “Palladium” label released “Smokin’ O.P.’s”, the fifth Bob Seger studio album. It was recorded in 1972, at “Pampa Studios” in Warren, Michigan, and was produced by Punch Andrews.The album cover design was by Thomas Leroy Weschler.

Personnel:

  • Bob Seger – guitar, piano, vocals
  • Jack Ashford- percussion, tambourine
  • Eddie Bongo – percussion, conga
  • Mike Bruce – guitar
  • Jim Bruzzese – tambourine
  • Crystal Jenkins – vocals, background vocals
  • Skip Knape – organ, bass, piano, keyboard
  • David Teegarden- drums, maracas, marimba
  • Pam Todd – vocals, background vocals
  • Engineer: Jim Bruzzese
  • Assistant engineer: Greg Miller
  • Mixing: Jim Cassily, Mabel Louise Smith, Thomas Weschler
  • Photography: Thomas Weschler, Peter Lumetta

Track listing:

  1. Bo Diddley/Who Do You Love? – Bo Diddley(Ellas McDaniel)
  2. Love the One You’re With – Stephen Stills
  3. If I Were a carpenter – Tim Hardin
  4. Hummin’ Bird – Leon Russell
  5. Let It Rock – Chuck Berry (E. Anderson)
  6. Turn on Your Love Light – Don Robey(Deadric Malone), Joseph Wade Scott
  7. Jesse James – traditional
  8. Someday – Bob Seger
  9. Heavy Music – Bob Seger

 

In August 1972.

In August 1972, “RCA” label released “And the Hits Just Keep on Comin’”, the fifth Michael Nesmith album. It was recorded in March 1972, and was produced by Michael Nesmith.

Personnel:

  • Michael Nesmith – vocals, guitar
  • J. “Red” Rhodes– pedal steel guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by Michael Nesmith.

  1. Tomorrow & Me
  2. The Upside of Good-Bye
  3. Lady Love
  4. Listening
  5. Two Different Roads
  6. The Candidate
  7. Different Drum
  8. Harmony Constant
  9. Keep On
  10. Roll With the Flow

On August 15, 2005.

On August 15, 2005, “Parlaphone” label released “Road to Rouen”, the fifth  Supergrass album. It was recorded in 2005, at “Studio St. Mard” in Rouen, France, and was produced by Gaz Coombes, Mick Quinn, Danny Goffey and Robert Coombes.

Personnel:

  • Gaz Coombes– vocals, guitar
  • Mick Quinn– bass, vocals
  • Danny Goffey– drums
  • Robert Coombes– keyboards
  • Andy Lovegrove, Laura Capillaire, Jules Francis – backing vocals
  • Engineered by Pierre Olivier Margerand
  • Mixed by Michael Ilbert, Pierre Olivier Margerand
  • Strings and horns arranged by Simon Hale, Gaz Coombes, Mick Quinn, Danny Goffey, Robert Coombes.
  • Conducted by Simon Hale
  • Arranged and recorded by Andy Lovegrove
  • Traffic, Mick Quinn- album design
  • Photography by Paul Wilson, M. Quinn, and Pierre Olivier Margerand

Track listing:

All tracks by Gaz Coombes, Mick Quinn, Danny Goffey and Robert Coombes.

  1. Traffic and Mick Quinn
  2. Petersburg
  3. Sad Girl
  4. Roxy
  5. Coffee in the Pot
  6. Road to Rouen
  7. Kick in the Teeth
  8. Low C
  9. Fin

On August 3, 1970.

On August 3, 1970, “Liberty” label released “Future Blues”, the fifth Canned Heat album. It was recorded in 1970, at “Village Recorders” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Skip Taylor, Bob Hite, Alan Wilson, Harvey Mandel, Larry Taylor and Adolfo de la Parra.

Personnel:

  • Bob Hite– vocals
  • Alan Wilson– slide guitar, vocals, harmonica
  • Harvey Mandel– lead guitar
  • Larry Taylor– bass
  • Adolfo de la Parra– drums
  • John– piano, horn arrangements
  • Ernest Lane – piano
  • Tommy Oliver – engineer

Track listing:

  1. Sugar Bee – Eddie Shuler
  2. Shake It and Break It – Charlie Patton
  3. That’s All Right (Mama) – Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup
  4. My Time Ain’t Long – Alan Wilson
  5. Skat – Alan Wilson
  6. Let’s Work Together – Wilbert Harrison
  7. London Blues – Alan Wilson
  8. So Sad (The World’s in a Tangle) – Bob Hite, Alan Wilson, Harvey Mandel, Larry Taylor, Adolfo de la Parra.
  9. Future Blues – Bob Hite, Alan Wilson, Harvey Mandel, Larry Taylor, Adolfo de la Parra.