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On August 9, 1993.

On August 9, 1993, “4AD” label released “Perfect Teeth”, the seventh and final Unrest studio album. It was recorded in March 1993, at “Pachyderm Studios” in Cannon Falls, Minnesota.


  • Bridget Cross – bass guitar, lead vocals, backing vocals, guitar
  • Phil Krauth – drums, piano, guitar, lead vocals
  • Mark Robinson – lead vocals, guitar
  • Brian Paulson– engineering, recording, mixing
  • Brent Sigmeth – assistant recording

Track listing:

All lyrics by Mark Robinson, except “Light Command” and “Stylized Ampersand” by Bridget Cross and “West Coast Love Affair” by Phil Krauth; all music Bridget Cross, Phil Krauth and Mark Robinson.

  1. Angel I’ll Walk You Home
  2. Cath Carroll
  3. So Sick
  4. Light Command
  5. Food & Drink Synthesizer
  6. Soon It Is Going to Rain
  7. Make Out Club
  8. Breather X.O.X.O.
  9. West Coast Love Affair
  10. Six Layer Cake
  11. Stylized Ampersand



On July 30, 1968.

On July 30, 1968, “Atco” label released “Last Time Around”, the third and final  Buffalo Springfield album. It was recorded February 1967-April 1968, at “Sunset Sound”, “Sound Recorders” in Los Angeles, “Atlantic Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Jim Messina.


  • Stephen Stills- guitar, piano, organ, bass, vibes, percussion, handclaps, background vocals, vocals
  • Neil Young- guitar, harmonica, piano,, background vocals, vocals
  • Richie Furay- guitar, vocals
  • Dewey Martin- drums
  • Jim Messina- bass, vocals
  • Bruce Palmer- bass
  • Buddy Miles: drums
  • Jimmy Karstein : drums
  • Gary Marker: bass
  • Jeremy Stuart : harpsichord, calliope, bells
  • Rusty Young: pedal steel guitar
  • Richard Davis: bass
  • Engineers: Adrian Barber, Phil Iehle, Jim Messina

Track listing:

  1. On the Way Home – Neil Young
  2. It’s So Hard to Wait – Richie Furay, Neil Young
  3. Pretty Girl Why – Stephen Stills
  4. Four Days Gone – Stephen Stills
  5. Carefree Country Day – Jim Messina
  6. Special Care – Stephen Stills
  7. The Hour of Not Quite Rain – Callen, Richie Furay
  8. Questions – Stephen Stills
  9. I Am a Child – Neil Young
  10. Merry-Go-Round – Richie Furay
  11. Uno Mundo – Stephen Stills
  12. Kind Woman – Richie Furay


In July 1977.

In July 1977, “RCA” label released “Moody Blue”, the final Elvis Presley studio album. It was recorded February – October 1976, April 1977, and was produced by Felton Jarvis, Chick Crumpacker and Don Wardell. The album was a mixture of live and studio work, and included the four tracks from Presley’s final studio recording sessions in October 1976 and two tracks left over from the previous Graceland session in February 1976. The album was certified 2 x Platinum in Canada by “CRIA”, and 2 x Platinum in US by “RIIA”.


  • Elvis Presley – vocals, piano, guitars, executive producer
  • The Sweet Inspirations– background vocals
  • Sherrill Nielson – background vocals
  • Kathy Westmoreland – background vocals
  • D. Sumner& The Stamps – background vocals
  • Myrna Smith– background vocals
  • James Burton– lead guitar
  • John Wilkinson – rhythm guitar
  • Jerry Scheff– bass
  • Grayham Passmore – bass
  • David Briggs– keyboards
  • Ronnie Tutt– drums
  • Bergen White – string and horn arrangements
  • Don Wardell – executive producer
  • Dick Baxter – engineer

Track listing:

  1. Unchained Melody – Alex North, Hy Zaret
  2. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) – John Rostill
  3. Little Darlin’ – Maurice Williams
  4. Let Me Be There – John Rostill
  5. Way Down – Layng Martine, Jr.
  6. Pledging My Love – Don Robey, Ferdinand Washington
  7. Moody Blue – Mark James
  8. She Thinks I Still Care – Dickey Lee, Steve Duffy
  9. It’s Easy for You – Andrew Lloyd Webber, Tim Rice


In July 1975.

In July 1975, “RCA Victor” label released “Power in the Music”, the fifteenth and final  Guess Who album. It was recorded in March 1975, and was produced by Jack Richardson.


  • Burton Cummings– lead vocals, keyboards
  • Garry Peterson– drums, backing vocals
  • Domenic Troiano– guitars, backing vocals
  • Bill Wallace– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Brian Christian – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Burton Cummings and Domenic Troiano.

  1. Down and Out Woman
  2. Women
  3. When the Band Was Singin’ (Shakin’ All Over)
  4. Dreams
  5. Rich World/Poor World
  6. Rosanne
  7. Coors for Sunday
  8. Shopping Bag Lady
  9. Power in the Music

In July 1973.

In July 1973, “Windfall“label released “Whatever Turns You On”, the second and final West, Bruce and Laing studio album. It was recorded in 1973, and was produced by Andy Johns, Leslie West, Jack Bruce and Corky Laing.


  • Leslie West – guitar; vocals
  • Jack Bruce – bass; vocals
  • Corky Laing – drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Leslie West, Jack Bruce and Corky Laing, except where noted.

  1. Backfire –Jack Bruce, Pete Brown, Leslie West, Corky Laing
  2. Token
  3. Sifting Sand
  4. November Song – Jack Bruce, Pete Brown, Leslie West, Corky Laing
  5. Rock ‘n’ Roll Machine
  6. Scotch Crotch –Jack Bruce, Pete Brown, Leslie West, Corky Laing
  7. Slow Blues
  8. Dirty Shoes
  9. Like a Plate – Jack Bruce, Pete Brown, Leslie West, Corky Laing

On July 5, 1999.

On July 5, 1999,“Hut” label released “How I Learned to Love the Bootboys”, the fourth and final The Auteurs album. It was recorded in 1999, and was produced by Luke Haines, Pete Hofmann and Phil Vinall.


  • Luke Haines– vocal, guitar, keyboards
  • James Banbury – keyboards, programming, strings
  • Alice Readman – bass guitar
  • Barny C. Rockford – drums
  • Chris Wyles – drums
  • Sarah Nixey– backing vocals
  • John Moore – backing vocals
  • Theresa Whipple – viola
  • Abigail Trundle, Bern Davis – cello
  • Pete Hofmann – mixing
  • Rip – portrait photograph

Track listing:

All tracks by Luke Haines, except where noted.

  1. The Rubettes – Luke Haines, John Moore, Bickerton, Waddington
  2. 1967
  3. How I Learned to Love the Bootboys
  4. Your Gang, Our Gang
  5. Some Changes
  6. School
  7. Johnny and the Hurricanes
  8. The South Will Rise Again
  9. Asti Spumante – Luka Haines, S. Medway–Smith
  10. Sick of Hari Krisna
  11. Lights Out
  12. Future Generation

In June 1975.


In June 1975, “MGM” label released “Trying to Burn the Sun”, the third and the final Elf album. It was recorded in 1975, and was produced by Roger Glover.


  • Ronnie James Dio: lead vocals
  • Steve Edwards: lead guitar
  • Mickey Lee Soule: keyboards, rhythm guitar
  • Craig Gruber: bass guitar
  • Gary Driscoll: drums
  • Mark Nauseef: percussion
  • Helen Chappelle, Barry St. John, Liza Strike: additional vocals
  • MountainFjord Orchestra: strings

Track listing:

All tracks  Ronnie James by Dio and Mickey Lee Soule.

  1. Black Swampy Water
  2. Prentice Wood
  3. When She Smiles
  4. Good Time Music
  5. Liberty Road
  6. Shotgun Boogie
  7. Wonderworld
  8. Streetwalker