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Cabaret Voltaire: 2 x 45

In May 1982, “Rough Trade” label released “2×45”, the fourth Cabaret Voltaire studio album. It was recorded in October 1981 – February 1982, at “Western Works” in Sheffield, “Pluto Studios” in Manchester, and was produced by Phil Bush, Stephen Mallinder, Richard H. Kirk and Chris Watson.


  • Stephen Mallinder – vocals, bass guitar, percussion, tape
  • Richard H. Kirk – guitar, saxophone, synthesizer, clarinet
  • Chris Watson – organ, tape
  • Alan Fish – drums, percussion
  • Nort – drums, percussion
  • Eric Random – guitar, percussion
  • Phil Bush – engineer
  • Neville Brody – inside sleeve artwork
  • George Peckham – cutting

Track listing:

All tracks by Richard H. Kirk and Stephen Mallinder, except where noted.

  1. Breathe Deep – Richard H. Kirk, Stephen Mallinder Chris Watson
  2. Yashar – Richard H. Kirk, Stephen Mallinder Chris Watson
  3. Protection – Richard H. Kirk, Stephen Mallinder Chris Watson
  4. War of Nerves (T.E.S.)
  5. Wait and Shuffle
  6. Get Out of My Face

Prism: Young and Restless

In May 1980, “Capitol” label released “Young and Restless”, the fourth Prism studio album. It was recorded in 1979, at “Little Mountain Sound Studios” in Vancouver, Canada, and was produced by Bruce Fairbairn, Ron Tabak, John Hall, Lindsay Mitchell, Rocket Norton and Al Harlow.


  • Ron Tabak — lead vocals
  • Lindsay Mitchell — guitars, backing vocals
  • John Hall — keyboards
  • Al Harlow — bass guitar, guitars, backing vocals
  • Rocket Norton — drums
  • Bruce Fairbairn — horn section
  • Bob Rock — engineer
  • Mike Fraser — engineer
  • Doug Grover — engineer

Track listing:

  1. American Music – Lindsay Mitchell
  2. Young and Restless – Al Harlow, Lindsay Mitchell
  3. Satellite – Al Harlow, Lindsay Mitchel
  4. Party Line – Lindsay Mitchell
  5. Acid Rain – Lindsay Mitchell
  6. Another World – Al Harlow, Lindsay Mitchell
  7. The Visitor – Lindsay Mitchell
  8. Deception – Al Harlow
  9. Hideaway – Al Harlow
  10. Runnin’ for Cover – Rocket Norton, Timothy McHugh

The Proclaimers: Persevere

On May 22, 2001, “Persevere Records” label released “Persevere”, the fourth Proclaimers (The) studio album. It was recorded 2000 – 2001, at “Mastermix Studios” in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and was produced by Chris Kimsey.


  • Charlie Reid – vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Craig Reed – vocals, harmonica
  • Stuart Nisbel – acoustic and electric guitar, baritone guitar, mandoilin
  • Andy Dee – twelve string guitar, lap steel and slide guitar, baritone guitar, sitar, dobro
  • Greg Leisz – pedal steel and slide guitar
  • Dirk Freymouth – acoustic guitar
  • Daithi Sproule – acoustic guitar
  • Jerry Donahue – electric guitar
  • Rick Sampson – banjo
  • Peter Ostroushko – mandolin, fiddle
  • Chuck Leavell – piano, grand piano, electric piano, organ, sampler
  • Dan Newton – accordion
  • Hutch Hutchinson – bass
  • Pete Thomas – drums, tambourine, bell tree, shaker, handclaps
  • Andy Green – musical assistance
  • Mall Field – musical assistance
  • Chris Kimsey – arrangements, recording, mixing, mastering
  • Tom Tucker – recording
  • Colin Usher – design, photography
  • Daniel Corrigan – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Craig Reid and Charlie Reid.

  1. There’s a Touch
  2. Sweet Little Girls
  3. A Land Fit for Zeros
  4. How Many Times
  5. One Too Many
  6. That’s When He Told Her
  7. Scotland’s Story
  8. When You’re in Love
  9. She Arouses Me So
  10. Everybody’s a Victim
  11. Don’t Give It to Me
  12. Heaven Right Now
  13. Slowburner
  14. Act of Remembrance

Quintessence: Self

In May 1972, “RCA” label released “Self”, the fourth Quintessence studio album. Tracks 8 and 9 were recorded live in December 1971 at Exeter University, and the other tracks were recorded in 1972, at “Olympic Studios” in London. The album was produced by Sambhu Babaji, Maha Dev, Shiva Shankar Jones, Jake Milton, Allan Mostert and Raja Ram.


  • Allan Mostert – lead guitar
  • Maha Dev – rhythm guitar
  • Shiva Shankar Jones – vocals, keyboards
  • Sambhu Babaji – bass guitar
  • Jake Milton – drums
  • Raja Ram – flute, percussion

Track listing:

  1. Cosmic Surfer
  2. Wonders of the Universe
  3. Hari Om
  4. Vishnu Narain
  5. Hallelujad
  6. Celestial Procession
  7. Self
  8. Freedom
  9. Water Goddess (includes Ganga Mai)

Hammock: Chasing After Shadows…Living with the Ghosts

On May 18, 2010, “Hammock Music” label released “Chasing After Shadows… Living with the Ghosts”, the fourth Hammock studio album. It was recorded in 2010, and was produced by Marc Byrd and Andrew Thompson.


  • Marc Byrd – vocals, guitars, percussion
  • Andrew Thompson – vocals, guitars, percussion
  • Steve Hindalong – drums, percussion
  • Tim Powles – drums, mixing, additional production
  • Love Sponge Strings and Horns – strings, horns
  • Matt Slocum – cello
  • Christine Glass Byrd – vocals
  • Derri Daughterty – mixing
  • William Bowden – mastering
  • Thomas Petillo – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Marc Byrd and Andrew Thompson.

  1. The Backward Step
  2. Tristia
  3. Little Fly/Mouchette
  4. Breathturn
  5. In the Nothing of a Night
  6. Andalusia
  7. The Whole Catastrophe
  8. The World We Knew as Children
  9. Dust is the Devils Snow
  10. How Can I Make You Remember Me
  11. You Lost the Starlight in Your Eyes
  12. Something Other Than Remaining

The Isley Brothers: This Old Heart of Mine

On May 17, 1966, “Tamla” label released “This Old Heart of Mine”, the fourth Isley Brothers (The) studio album. It was recorded 1965 – 1966, at “Studio A, Hitsville USA” in Detroit, Michigan, and was produced by Robert Gordy, Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier and William Stevenson.


  • Ronald Isley – lead vocals
  • O’Kelly Isley, Jr. – backing vocals
  • Rudolph Isley – backing vocals
  • The Andantes (Jackie Hicks, Marlene Barrow, Louvain Demps) – backing vocals
  • The Funk Brothers – all instruments

Track listing:

All tracks by Holland-Dozier-Holland, except where noted.

  1. Nowhere to Run
  2. Stop! In the Name of Love
  3. This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You) – Holland-Dozier-Holland, Sylvia Moy
  4. Take Some Time for Love – Thomas Kemp, Robert Gordy
  5. I Guess I’ll Always Love You
  6. Baby Don’t You Do It
  7. Who Could Ever Doubt My Love
  8. Put Yourself in My Place – Holland-Dozier-Holland, John Thornton
  9. I Hear a Symphony
  10. Just Ain’t Enough Love
  11. There’s No Love Left – Holland-Dozier-Holland, James Dean
  12.  Seek and You Shall Fine – Ivy Jo Hunter, William Stevenson

The Horrors: Luminous

On May 5, 2014, “XL” label released “Luminous”, the fourth Horrors (The) studio album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Craig Silvey, Faris Badwan, Joshua Hayward, Tom Furse, Rhys Webb and Joe Spurgeon.  


  • Faris Badwan – lead vocal, arrangements, art direction, design
  • Joshua Hayward – guitar, arrangements, art direction, design
  • Tom Furse – keyboards, synthesizer, arrangements, art direction, design
  • Rhys Webb – bass, arrangements, art direction, design
  • Joe Spurgeon – drums, percussion, arrangements, art direction, design
  • Cathy Lucas – violin 
  • Frank Ricotti – marimba, vibraphone 
  • Craig Silvey – recording, mixing
  • Eduardo de la Paz Canal – recording
  • Greg Calbi, Ryan Smith – mastering
  • Marc Donaldson – art direction, design
  • Nic Shonfeld – art direction, design, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Faris Badwan, Joshua Hayward, Tom Furse, Rhys Webb and Joe Spurgeon, except where noted.

  1. Chasing Shadows
  2. First Day of Spring
  3. So Now You Know
  4. In and Out of Sight
  5. Jealous Sun
  6. Falling Star – Joshua Hayward, Tom Furse, Rgys Webb, Joe Spurgeon, Paul Epworth  
  7. I See You
  8. Change Your Mind
  9. Mine and Yours
  10. Sleepwalk

Ornette Coleman: Change of the Century

In May 1960, “Atlantic” label released “Change of the Century”, the fourth Ornette Coleman album. It was recorded in October 1959, in New York City, and was produced by Nesuhi Ertegün.


  • Ornette Coleman — alto saxophone
  • Don Cherry — pocket trumpet
  • Charlie Haden — bass
  • Billy Higgins — drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Ornette Coleman.

  1. Ramblin’
  2. Free
  3. The Face of the Bass
  4. Forerunner
  5. Bird Food
  6. Una Muy Bonita
  7. Change of the Century

Birdy: Young Heart

On April 30, 2021, “Atlantic” label released “Young Heart”, the fourth Birdy (Jasmine Van den Bogaerde) studio album. It was recorded 2019 – 2020, at “Mill Pond Music Studio”, “Moxe Studio” in Nashville, Tennessee, “Sound Emporium”, “Studio 53” and “The Church” in London, and was produced by Ian Fitchuk, Daniel Tashian and James Ford.


  • Jasmine Van den Bogaerde – vocals, guitar, piano, mellotron, synthesizer, organ, vocal recording
  • Daniel Tashian – synthesizer, bass, mellotron, backing vocals, recording
  • James Ford – synthesizer, 12-string guitar, drums, harmonium, Hammond organ
  • Ian Fitchuk – bass guitar, drums, mellotron, recording
  • Tyler Summers – bass clarinet, flute
  • Matt Combs – strings
  • Austin Hoke – cello
  • Rachel Moore – engineer assistant
  • Cenzo Townshend – mixing
  • Mark Stent – mixing
  • Camden Clarke – mixing assistant
  • Matt Wolach – mixing assistant
  • Robert Sellens – mixing assistant
  • Stuart Hawkes – mastering
  • Josh Moore – music editor
  • Jonny Wright – additional production
  • Sara Law – executive production

Track listing:

  1. The Witching Hour – Intro – Jasmine Van den Bogaerde, Daniel Tashian
  2. Voyager – Jasmine Van den Bogaerde, Ian Fitchuk, Daniel Tashian
  3. Loneliness – Jasmine Van den Bogaerde, Jamie Scott
  4. The Otherside – Jasmine Van den Bogaerde, Ian Fitchuk, Daniel Tashian
  5. Surrender – Jasmine Van den Bogaerde, Ian Fitchuk, Daniel Tashian
  6. Nobody Knows Me Like You Do – Jasmine Van den Bogaerde
  7. River Song – Jasmine Van den Bogaerde, Ian Fitchuk, Daniel Tashian
  8. Second Hand News – Jasmine Van den Bogaerde, Jonathan Wright
  9. Deepest Lonely – Jasmine Van den Bogaerde, Neil Ormandy
  10. Lighthouse – Jasmine Van den Bogaerde, Rachel Furner
  11. Chopin Waltz in A Minor (Interlude) – Frederic Chopin
  12. Evergreen – Jasmin Van den Bogaerde, Benjamin Jaffe, Wendy Wang
  13. Little Blue – Jasmin Van den Bogaerde, Bastian Langebaek
  14. Celestial Dancers – Jasmine Van den Bogaerde, Foy Vance, James Ford
  15. New Moon – Jasmine Van den Bogaerde, Ian Fitchuk, Daniel Tashian
  16. Young Heart – Jasmine Van den Bogaerde, Ethan Johns

The Spencer Davis Group: With Their New Faces On

In April 1968, “United Artists” label released “With Their New Face On”, the fourth Spencer Davis Group (The) studio album. It was recorded in 1967, and was produced by Mike Hurst, Spencer Davis and Eddie Hardin.


  1. Phil Sawyer – lead and co-lead vocals, lead guitar
  2. Ray Fenwick – lead vocals, lead guitar
  3. Eddie Hardin – lead vocals, keyboards
  4. Spencer Davis – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  5. Charlie McCracken – bass, backing vocals
  6. Pete York – drums, percussion

Track listings:

All tracks by Spencer Davis and Eddie Hardin except where noted.

  1. With His New Face On
  2. Mr. Second Class
  3. Alec in Transit Land – Spencer Davis, Eddie Hardin, Kirk Duncan, Pete York
  4. Sanity Inspector
  5. Feel Your Way
  6. Morning Sun – Spencer Davis, Eddie Hardin, Kirk Duncan, Nicky James
  7. Moonshine – Spencer Davis, Eddie Hardin, Pete York
  8. Don’t Want You No More
  9. Time Seller
  10. Stop Me, I’m Falling