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On October 24, 2011.

On October 24, 2011, “Wire-Sound” label released “No Thyself”, the fifth and final Magazine studio album. It was recorded in 2011, at “Red Bird”, “Apollo Control”.

Personnel:

  • Howard Devoto – vocals
  • John Doyle – drums
  • Dave Formula – keyboards
  • Norman Fisher-Jones (aka Noko) – guitar, backing vocals
  • Jonathan “Stan” White – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Christine Hanson – cello, strings
  • Rosalie Cunningham – backing vocals
  • Ashley Krajewski – engineer
  • Mike Nielsen – mixing
  • Kevin Metcalfe – mastering
  • Odilon Redon – illustrations

Track listing:

All lyrics by Howard Devoto, except where noted, all music by Howard Devoto, John Doyle, Dave Formula and Norman Fisher-Jones, except where noted.

  1. Do the Meaning – Howard Devoto, John Doyle, Dave Formula, Norman Fisher-Jones, Pete Shelley 
  2. Other Thematic Material
  3. The Worst of Progress….
  4. Hello Mister Curtis (With Apologies)
  5. Physics
  6. Happening in English
  7. Holy Dotage
  8. Of Course Howard (1979)
  9. Final Analysis Waltz
  10. The Burden of a Song
  11. Blisterpack Blues” (bonus track)

On October 18, 2004.

On October 18, 2004, “Anti” label released “From a Basement on the Hill”, the sixth and final Elliott Smith studio album. It was recorded 2000 – 2003, and was produced by Elliott Smith, Rob Schnapf and Joanna Bolme.

Personnel:

  • Elliott Smith – various instruments, recording, front cover handwriting
  • Sam Coomes – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Steven Drozd – drums
  • Aaron Embry – keyboards
  • Scott McPherson – drums
  • Fritz Michaud – drums
  • Aaron Sperske – drums
  • Nelson Gary – poetry reading
  • Joanna Bolme – mixing
  • Rob Schnapf – mixing
  • Scott Wiley – engineering assistance
  • Ted Jensen – mastering
  • Autumn DeWilde – sleeve typography

Track listing:

All tracks by Elliott Smith, except where noted.

  1. Coast to Coast
  2. Let’s get Lost
  3. Pretty (Ugly Before)
  4. Don’t Go Down
  5. Strung Out Again
  6. A Fond Farewell
  7. King’s Crossing
  8. Ostrich & Chirping – David McConnell
  9. Twilight
  10. A Passing Feeling
  11. The Last Hour
  12. Shooting Star
  13. Memory Lane
  14. Little One
  15. A Distorted Reality Is Now a Necessity to Be Free

On September 22, 2008.

On September 22, 2008, “Eagle Records” label released “Bad for You Baby”, the seventeenth and final Gary Moore solo album. It was recorded in 2008, at “Sarm West”, “Sphere Studios” in London, and was produced by Gary Moore.

Personnel:

  • Gary Moore – vocals, guitar, harmonica
  • Vic Martin – keyboards
  • Pete Rees – bass
  • Sam Kelly – drums
  • Special guest appearance: Otisand daughter Cassie Taylor

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Moore, except where noted.

  1. Bad for You Baby
  2. Down the Line
  3. Umbrella Man
  4. Holding On
  5. Walkin’ Thru the Park – McKinley Morganfield
  6. I Love You More Than You’ll Ever Know – Al Kooper
  7. Mojo Boogie – J.B. Lenoir
  8. Someday Baby – McKinley Morganfield
  9. Did You Ever Feel Lonely?
  10. Preacher Man Blues
  11. Trouble Ain’t Far Behind

On August 26, 2008.

On August 26, 2008, “Geffen” label released “One Kind Favor”, the 42nd and the final B.B. King album. It was recorded in 2008, at “The Village Recorder”, and “Electro Magnetic Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by T- Bone Burnett.

Personnel:

  • B. B. King- vocals, guitar
  • John- piano
  • Neil Larsen – Hammond organ
  • Johnny Lee Schell- guitar
  • Nathan East- bass guitar
  • Mike Elizondo- bass guitar, double bass
  • Jim Keltner- drums, percussion
  • Jay Bellerose- drums, percussion
  • Snooky Young- trumpet
  • Ricky Woodard – tenor sax
  • Ernie Fields Jr.- baritone saxophone
  • Jeffrey Clayton – alto saxophone
  • Darrell Leonard- trumpet, arranger, horn Arrangements
  • Ira Nepus – trombone
  • Charles Owens II – tenor saxophone

Track listing:

  1. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean – Blind Lemon Jefferson
  2. I Get So Weary – T-Bone Walker
  3. Get These Blues Off Me – Lee Vida Walker
  4. How Many More Years – Chester Burnett
  5. Waiting for Your Call – Oscar Lollie
  6. My Love Is Down – Lonnie Johnson
  7. The World Is Gone Wrong – Waletr Vinson, Lonnie Chatmon
  8. Blues Before Sunrise – Leroy Carr
  9. Midnight Blues – John Willie “Shifty” Henry
  10. Backwater Blues – Big Bill Broonzy
  11. Sitting on Top of the World – Vinson Chaatmon
  12. Tomorrow Night – Lonnie Johnson

On August 19, 1997.

On August 19, 1997, “Mapleshade” label released “When Alto Was King”, the fifth and the final C. I. Williams album. It was recorded May 1995 – March 1996 and was produced by Hamiet Bluiett.

Personnel:

  • I. Williams- alto saxophone
  • Larry Willis- piano
  • Don Blackman- piano
  • Ed Cherry- guitar
  • Keter Betts- bass
  • Jimmy Cobb- drums

Track listing:

All tracks by C. I. Williams except where noted.

  1. You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To – Cole Porter
  2. Punkin Juice
  3. ‘Round Midnight – Thelonious Monk
  4. Catfish Sammich
  5. Misty – Erroll Garner
  6. Lover Man – Jimmy Davis, Ram Ramirez, James Sherman
  7. Because of You – Arthur Hammerstein, Dudley Wilkinson
  8. Jeep’s Blues – Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges
  9. I’ll Close My Eyes – Buddy Kaye, Billy Reid
  10. Avalon – Buddy DeSylva, Al Jolson, Vincent Rose
  11. Precious Lord – Thomas A. Dorsey

On July 31, 2015.

On July 31, 2015, “Fiction Records” label released “Marks to Prove”, the fourth and final Maccabees studio album. It was recorded September 2013 – February 2015, at “Elephant Studios”, and was produced by Hugo White, Laurie Latham, Orlando Weeks, Felix White, Hugo White, Rupert Jarvis, and Sam Doyle.

Personnel:

  • Orlando Weeks – lead and backing vocals, guitar, organ, kazoo
  • Felix White– guitar, piano, backing vocals
  • Hugo White – vocals, guitar, organ, piano
  • Rupert Jarvis – bass guitar
  • Sam Doyle – drums, percussion
  • Iain Harvie- string arranger
  • Laurie Latham– percussion
  • Polly Louise Mackey – backing vocals
  • Rebekah Raa – piano, backing vocals
  • Fabiana Palladino – piano
  • Kenji Fenton – saxophone
  • Mike Davis – trumpet
  • Sam White – backing vocals
  • Stephanie Oyerinde – backing vocals
  • Geraint Watkins– piano
  • Paul Burton – trombone
  • Joe McCann – assistant recording engineer, assistant mixer
  • Sean Juilliard – assistant recording engineer, assistant mixer
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering engineer
  • Cenzo Townshend– mixer
  • Jag Jago – recording engineer
  • Tom Stanley – recording engineer
  • David Busfield – cover photo
  • Go De Jong – design
  • Andy Goldsworthy – photography
  • James Caddick – photography
  • James Cronin – photography
  • Pooneh Ghana – portrait photography
  • Sam Doyle – portrait photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Orlando Weeks, Felix White, Hugo White, Rupert Jarvis, and Sam Doyle.

  1. Marks to Prove It
  2. Kamakura
  3. Ribbon Road
  4. Spit It Out
  5. Silence
  6. River Song
  7. Slow Sun
  8. Something Like Happiness
  9. WW1Portraits
  10. Pioneering Systems
  11. Down Chorus

On July 22, 2014.

On July 22, 2014, “Tooth & Nail” label released “Lowborn”, the seventh and final Anberlin studio album. It was recorded in 2014 and was produced by Stephen Christian, Joseph Milligan, Christian McAlhaney, Deon Rexroat, and Nathan Young.

Personnel:

  • Stephen Christian- lead vocals, keyboards
  • Joseph Milligan – vocals, lead guitar
  • Christian McAlhaney – vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Deon Rexroat – bass guitar
  • Nathan Young – drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Stephen Christian, Joseph Milligan, Christian McAlhaney, Deon Rexroat, and Nathan Young, except where noted.

  1. We Are Destroyers – Stephen Christian, Joseph Milligan, Christian McAlhaney, Deon Rexroat, Nathan Young, Micah Tawlks
  2. Armageddon
  3. Stranger Ways
  4. Velvet Covered Brick
  5. Atonement
  6. Birds of Prey
  7. Dissenter
  8. Losing It All
  9. Hearing Voices
  10. Harbinger

On June 30, 2009.

On June 30, 2009, “Dirt Farmer” label released “Electric Dirt”, the sixth and the final Levon Helm album. It was recorded in 2009, at “Levon Helm Studio” in Woodstock, New York, and was produced by Larry Campbell.

Personnel:

  • Levon Helm – vocals, drums, mandolin
  • Larry Campbell – acoustic, electric and resonator guitar, fiddle, mandolin, dulcimer, harmony vocals
  • Brian Mitchell – piano, organ, harmonium, accordion
  • Jimmy Vivino – organ. acoustic and electric guitar
  • Byron Isaacs – bass, backing vocals
  • Steven Bernstein – alto horn, horn arrangements
  • Erik Lawrence – soprano saxophone
  • Jay Collins – tenor saxophone
  • Clark Gayton – trombone
  • Howard Johnson – tuba
  • Teresa Williams – acoustic guitar, autoharp, harmony vocals
  • Any Helm – mandolin, bass drum, harmony vocals
  • George Receli – backing vocals
  • Jay Collins – backing vocals
  • Allen Toussaint – horn arrangements
  • Justin Guip – recording, mixing
  • Chris Edwards, James Smith, Rocky Talent – engineer assistant
  • Doug Sax – mastering
  • Sangwook “Sunny” Nam – mastering
  • Levon Helm – artwork
  • Michael DuBois – artwork
  • Carrie Smith – layout, design
  • Ahron R. Foster – photography
  • Georgette Cartwright – creative director

Track listing:

  1. Tennessee Jed – Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter
  2. Move Along Train – Roebuck Staples
  3. Growin’ Trade – Levon Helm, Larry Campbell
  4. Golden Bird – Happy Traum
  5. Stuff You Gotta Watch – Muddy Waters
  6. White Dove – Carter Stanley
  7. Kingfish – Randy Newman
  8. You Can’t Lose What You Ain’t Never Had – Muddy Waters
  9. When I Go Away – Larry Campbell
  10. Heaven’s Pearls – Anthony Leone, Byron Isaacs, Fiona McBain, Amy Helm, Glenn Patscha
  11. I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free – Richard Carroll Lamp, Willy E. Taylor

 

In June 1980.

In June 1980, “Topic Records” label released “Penguin Eggs”, the fifth and the final Nic Jones album. It was recorded in 1980, at “Livingston Studios” in London, and was produced by Tony Engle.

Personnel:

  • Nic Jones– vocals, guitar, fiddle, arrangements
  • Dave Burland– harmony vocals
  • Bridget Danby – recorder, harmony vocals
  • Tony Hall – melodeon
  • Nic Kinsey – engineering
  • Billy Kinsley – engineering

Track listing:

The detail after the title is the composer’s name or references from the three major numbering schemes for traditional folk songs, the “Roud Folk Song Index”, “Child Ballad Numbers”, and the “Laws Numbers”.

  1. Canadee – Roud 309
  2. The Drowned Lovers – Roud 91, Child 216
  3. The Humpback – Harry Robertson
  4. The Little Pot Stove – Harry Robertson
  5. Courting is a Pleasure – Roud 454
  6. Barrack Street – Roud 1902, Laws K42
  7. Planxty Davis
  8. The Flandyke Shore – Roud 2636
  9. Farewell to the Gold – Paul Metsers

On June 19, 2006.

On June 10, 2006, “4AD” label released “Puzzles Like You”, the fifth and final Mojave 3 studio album. It was recorded in 2006 at “The Farms”, and was produced by Alan Forrester, Neil Halstead, Rachel Goswell, and Ian McCutcheon.

Personnel:

  • Neil Halstead – vocals, guitar
  • Alan Forrester – piano, Hammond organ, keyboards
  • Rachel Goswell – vocals, bass
  • Ian McCutcheon – drums, percussion
  • Dave Naughton – engineer
  • Victor Van Vugt – mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Neil Halstead.

  1. Truck Driving Man
  2. Puzzles Like You
  3. Breaking the Ice
  4. Running with Your Eyes Closed
  5. Most Days
  6. Big Star Baby
  7. Ghostship Waiting
  8. Kill the Lights
  9. You Said It Before
  10. To Hold Your Tiny Toes
  11. Just a Boy
  12. The Mutineer