On May 10, 2019, “BMG” label released “Space Between” first Sammy Hagar and the Circle album, the eighteenth Sammy Hagar studio album overal. It was recorded in 2019 and was produced by Jaimeson Durr, Sammy Hagar and Vic Johnson.
Sammy Hagar – lead vocals
Vic Johnson – guitar, backing vocals
Michael Anthony – bass guitar, backing vocals
Jason Bonham – drums, percussion, backing vocals
Audie DeLone – keyboards
Brett Tuggle – keyboards
Ian Hatton – additional guitar
Steven Campodonico – engineer
Ian Hatton – engineer
Alan Howarth – engineer
Jaimeson Durr – recording, mixing
F. Reid Shippen – mixing
Ted Jensen – mastering
All lyrics by Sammy Hagar, except where noted, all music as noted.
Devil Came to Philly – Sammy Hagar
Full Circle Jam (Chump Change) – Jason Bonham, Michael Anthony, Vic Johnson
On April 4, 1998, “ECM” label released “Points of View”, the first Dave Holland’s Quintet, and eleventh Dave Holland album overall. It was recorded in September 1997, at “Avatar Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Dave Holland.
On August 10, 1993, “Capitola” label released “Dig”, the debut I Mother Earth album. It was recorded in 1993, at “A&M Studios” in Los Angeles; “Rumbo Recorders” in Canoga Park; “Studio 56” in “Track Record Studios” in Hollywood, “Red Zone” in Burbank, and was produced by Mike Clink.
Jagori Tanna– guitars, bass, backing vocals
Bruce Gordon– bass
Christian Tanna– drums
Luis Conte– percussion
Armando Borg– percussion
Mike Finnigan– Hammond B3 organ
All tracks by Edwin, Jagori Tanna, Bruce Gordon and Christian Tanna.
On April 24, 2007, “Drag City” label released “Woke on a Whaleheart”, the first Bill Callahan album under his own name (previous releases he made under the name Smog). It was recorded in November 2006, and was produced by Bill Callahan and Neil Michael Hagerty.
On March 11, 1983, “Mirage Music” label released “Adventures in the Land of the Good Groove”, the first Nile Rodgers solo album. It was recorded in 1983, at “The Power Station” in New York City, and was produced by Nile Rodgers.
Nile Rodgers– lead and backing vocals, drums, guitar, keyboards
Sarah Dash– lead vocals
Carmine Rojas, Curtis King, David Spinner, Eddie Martinez, Fonzi Thornton, Frank Simms, George Simms, John Wright, Kenny Williams, Phillip Balou, Rachel Sweet– backing vocals
On February 15, 1980, “Charisma” label released “Smallcreep’s Day”, the first Mike Rutherford studio album. It was recorded in 1979, at “Polar Studios” in Stockholm, Sweden, and was produced by David Hentschel. The album name and the 24-minute title track are based on the 1965 novel “Smallcreep’s Day” by Peter Currell Brown.
Mike Rutherford– guitars, basses
Ant Phillips– keyboards
Noel McCalla– vocals
Simon Phillips– drums
Morris Pert– percussion
David Hentschel– engineering
David Bascombe – production and engineering assistant
Andy Mackrill, Dale Newman, Geoff Banks – equipment
On February 9, 1977, “Purple” label released “White Snake”, the first David Coverdale album. It was recorded in August 197, at “Kingsway Recorders” in London, “Musicland Studios” in Munich, and was produced by Roger Glover.
David Coverdale- lead vocals, piano, percussion
Micky Moody- guitars, percussion, backing vocals
Tim Hinkley– vocals, organ, percussion
Ron Aspery- baritone, tenor, alto, and soprano saxophones, flute
DeLisle Harper – vocals, bass, percussion
Roger Glover– vocals, bass, melodica, ARP 2600 synthesizer, percussion
Simon Phillips- drums, percussion
Liza Strike, Helen Chappelle, Barry St. John – backing vocals
All tracks by David Coverdale, except where noted.