Tag Archives: Georgia

On October 19, 2010.

On October 19, 2010, “Favorite Gentlemen” and “Razor & Tie” labels digitally released the debut, self-titled, Bad Books album. It was recorded April–May 2010 at “Favorite Gentlemen Studios” in Atlanta, Georgia, and was produced by Robert McDowell.

Personnel:

  • Kevin Devine- lead vocals, guitar, piano
  • Andy Hull- lead vocals, guitar, piano
  • Robert McDowell – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Chris Freeman – keyboards, backing vocals, design
  • Jonathan Corley – bass
  • Ben Homola – drums, percussion
  • Brian Manley – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Andy Hull, except where noted.

  1. How This All Ends
  2. The Easy Mark & the Old Maid – Kevin Devine
  3. Baby Shoes
  4. You’re a Mirror I Cannot Avoid – Kevin Devine
  5. Holding Down the Laughter – Kevin Devine
  6. You Wouldn’t have to Ask
  7. I Begged You Everything
  8. Please Move
  9. Mesa, AZ – Kevin Devine
  10. Texas
  11. Thanklin Franklin (Fish Ass Baby) pre-order bonus track – Kevin Devine

On October 2, 2015.

On October 2, 2015, “Vanguard” label released “See What You Started by Continuing”, the ninth Collective Soul studio album. It was recorded February – October 2014, in Sandy Springs, Georgia, and was produced by Ed Roland.

Personnel:

  • Ed Roland– vocals, acoustic guitar, piano
  • Johnny Rabb– drums, percussion
  • Dean Roland– rhythm guitar
  • Jesse Triplett– lead guitar
  • Will Turpin– bass
  • Eric Frampton – organ
  • Mama Jan Smith– background vocals
  • Ebony Childs – background vocals
  • Sweet Tea Project(Christopher Alan Yates, Brian Bisky, Mike Rizzi) – background vocals
  • Joseph Guay – photography
  • Jolie Rizzi – photo editing
  • NUU Group LLC – package design
  • Shawn Grove – engineering, mixing
  • Greg Archilla – additional engineering
  • Stevie Blackie – strings, string arrangement, engineering
  • Anthony J. Resta– additional production, programming
  • Karyadi Sutedja – recording
  • Steve Rawls – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks written by Ed Roland, except where noted.

  1. This
  2. Hurricane
  3. Exposed
  4. Confession
  5. AYTA
  6. Contagious
  7. Life
  8. Am I Getting Through
  9. Memories of 2005
  10. Tradition
  11. Without Me

On August 21, 2000.

On August 21, 2000, “ECM” label released “The Water Is Wide”, the 31st Charles Lloyd album. It was recorded December 1999, at “Cello Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.

Personnel:

  • Charles Lloyd– tenor saxophone
  • John Abercrombie– guitar
  • Brad Mehldau– piano
  • Larry Grenadier– bass
  • Billy Higgins– drums
  • Darek Oles– bass

Track listing:

All tracks by Charles Lloyd except where noted.

  1. Georgia – Hoagy Carmichael, Stuart Gorrell
  2. The Water Is Wide – traditional
  3. Black Butterfly – Duke Ellington, Irving Mills
  4. Ballade and Allegro
  5. Figure in Blue
  6. Lotus Blossom – Billy Strayhorn
  7. The Monk and the Mermaid
  8. Song of Her – Cecil McBee
  9. Lady Day
  10. Heaven – Duke Ellington
  11. There Is a Balm in Gilead – traditional
  12. Prayer

On August 3, 1992.

On August 3, 1992, “Rockville” label released “March 16–20, 1992”, the third Uncle Tupelo studio album. It was recorded March 16–20, 1992, at “John Keane Studios” in Athens, Georgia, and was produced by Peter Buck.

Personnel:

  • Jay Farrar– vocals, bass guitar, guitar, 12 string guitar, harmonica
  • Jeff Tweedy– vocals, bass guitar, guitar, 12 string guitar
  • Mike Heidorn– drums, cymbals, tambourine
  • Brian Henneman– banjo, bouzouki, guitar, mandolin, slide guitar
  • John Keane– banjo, bass guitar, guitar, pedal steel guitar, steel guitar, engineering, mixing
  • Peter Buck– feedback
  • David Barbe– bass guitar, engineering
  • Andy Carlson – violin
  • Billy Holmes – accordion

Track listing:

  1. Grindstone – Jay Farrar
  2. Coalminers – traditional
  3. Wait Up – Jeff Tweedy
  4. Criminals – Jay Farrar
  5. Shaky Ground – Jay Farrar
  6. Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down – traditional
  7. Black Eye – Jeff Tweedy
  8. Moonshiner – traditional
  9. I Wish My Baby Was Born – traditional
  10. Atomic Power – Louvin, Louvin, Bain
  11. Lilli Schull – traditional
  12. Warfare – traditional
  13. Fatal Wound – Jeff Tweedy
  14. Sandusky – Jay Farrar, Jeff Tweedy
  15. Wipe The Clock – Jay Farrar

 

On October 29, 1996.

On October 29, 1996, “Reprise” label released “Being There”, the second Wilco studio album. It was recorded September 1995 – July 1996, at “Chicago Recording Company” and “Warzone Recorders” in Chicago,”The Studio” in Springfield, Missouri, “Moonshine Studios” in Atlanta, Georgia, and was produced by Jeff Tweedy, John John Stirratt, Jay Bennett, Ken Coomer, Max Johnston and Bob Egan.

Personnel:

  • Jeff Tweedy– lead and backing vocals, guitars, bass, radio
  • John Stirratt– bass, piano, violin, backing vocals
  • Jay Bennett– guitars, piano, organ, harmonica, lap steel, drums, accordion, backing vocals
  • Ken Coomer – drums, percussion, guitars, backing vocals
  • Max Johnston – dobro, fiddle, mandolin, banjo, backing vocals
  • Bob Egan – pedal steel, national steel guitar
  • Greg Leisz– pedal steel
  • Larry Williams – tenor sax
  • Gary Grant, Jerry Hey– trumpet
  • Jessy Greene – violin
  • Dan Higgins – baritone sax, tenor sax
  • Jim Rondinelli, Chris Shepard– mastering
  • Ron Lowe, Mike Scotella, Lou Whitney, Chris Shepard– engineers
  • Bob Ludwig, Skip Saylor, Jim Scott – mastering
  • Dahn Davis – graphic design
  • Brad Miller – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Jeff Tweedy.

  1. Misunderstood – the verse starting “Take the Guitar Player for a Ride” written by Peter Laughner
  2. Far, Far Away
  3. Monday
  4. Outtasite (Outta Mind)
  5. Forget the Flowers
  6. Red-Eyed and Blue
  7. I Got You (At the End of the Century)
  8. What’s the World Got in Store
  9. Hotel Arizona
  10. Say You Miss Me
  11. Sunken Treasure
  12. Someday Soon
  13. Outta Mind (Outta Sight)
  14. Someone Else’s Song
  15. Kingpin
  16. (Was I) In Your Dreams
  17. Why Would You Wanna Live
  18. The Lonely 1
  19. Dreamer in My Dreams

 

On July 27, 1993.

On July 27, 1993, “Virgin” label released “Siamese Dream”, the second Smashing Pumpkins studio album. It was recorded December 1992 – March 1993, at “Triclops Sound Studios” in Marietta, Georgia, and was produced by Butch Vig and Billy Corgan. In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked it number 362 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”. The album was certified 4 x Platinum in Canada by “CRIA”, and 4 x Platinum in US by “RIAA”.

Personnel:

  • Billy Corgan– lead vocals, lead guitar, bass guitar, Mellotron, string arrangements, mixing
  • James Iha– rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • D’arcy Wretzky– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Jimmy Chamberlin– drums
  • Mike Mills– piano
  • Eric Remschneider– string arrangements, cello
  • David Ragsdale– string arrangements, violin
  • Butch Vig– engineering, mixing, string arrangements
  • Jeff Tomei – engineering
  • Tim Holbrook – special technical engineering
  • Alan Moulder– mixing
  • Howie Weinberg– mastering
  • Len Peltier – sleeve art direction
  • Steve J. Gerdes – sleeve design
  • Melodie McDaniel – sleeve photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Billy Corgan, except where noted.

  1. Cherub Rock
  2. Quiet
  3. Today
  4. Hummer
  5. Rocket
  6. Disarm
  7. Soma – Billy Corgan, James Iha
  8. Geek U.S.A
  9. Mayonaise – Billy Corgan, James Iha
  10. Spacebot
  11. Silverfuck
  12. Sweet Sweet
  13. Luna

On June 22, 2004.

On June 22, 2004, “DRT Entertainment” label released “Scream & Whisper”, the sixth Edwin McCain album. It was recorded in 2004, at “Sonica Studios” in Atlanta, Georgia, and “Dirtmachine Studios” in Studio City, California, and was produced by Noel Golden.

Personnel:

  • Edwin McCain – vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin
  • Larry Chaney – acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin
  • Pete Riley – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin
  • Craig Shields – bass clarinet, keyboards, Hammond organ, saxophone, wind controller
  • Lee Hendricks – bass guitar
  • Dave Harrison – percussion, drums
  • Noel Golden – keyboards, engineer, mixing
  • John Lancaster – piano, wurlitzer
  • Maia Sharp – vocals
  • Mike Froedge – drum technician
  • George Marino – mastering
  • John Briglevich – engineer
  • Phillip Ducker – engineer
  • Branon Thames – assistant engineer
  • Christopher Wade Damerst, Mark Dobson – programming
  • Bryce Alexender – photography
  • Angie Little – photography
  • Rodney Bursiel – cover photo
  • Shawn Grove – digital editing
  • Scott Johnson – art direction
  • Colin Miller – assistant

Track listing:

  1. Coming Down – Edwin McCain, Pete Riley
  2. Shooting Stars – Angie Aparo, Edwin McCain, Pete Riley
  3. Throw It All Away – Malcolm Pardon, Pete Riley, Fredrik Rinman
  4. Say Anything – Edwin McCain, Pete Riley, Maia Sharp
  5. Turning Around – Edwin McCain
  6. Couldn’t Love You More – Larry Chaney, Edwin McCain
  7. Good Enough – Tyrone Coleman, Edwin McCain
  8. Farewell to Tinkerbell – Edwin McCain
  9. How Can You Say That to Me – Edwin McCain, Pete Riley
  10. Day Will Never Come – Pete Riley
  11. Save the Rain – Paul O’Brien, Pete Riley
  12. White Crosses – Edwin McCain
  13. Wild at Heart – Edwin McCain
  14. Maggie May (bonus track) – Martin Quittenton, Rod Stewart