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On March 29, 2011.

On March 29, 2011, “Island” label released “Screaming Bloody Murder”, the fifth Sum 41 studio album. It was recorded January-June 2010, at “Perfect Sound Studios”, “Capitol Studios”, “EastWest Studios” and “Studio Mr. Biz” in Hollywood, and was produced by Deryck Whibley.

Personnel:

  • Deryck Whibley– lead vocals, lead & rhythm guitars, keyboards, piano, mixing
  • Jason McCaslin– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Steve Jocz– drums, percussion
  • James Levine– piano
  • Dan Chase – percussion
  • Roger Joseph Manning, Jr.– additional keyboards
  • Tom Lord-Alge– mixing
  • Chris Lord-Alge– mixing
  • Femio Hernández – mixing assistant
  • Nik Karpen – mixing assistant
  • Ted Jensen– mastering
  • Gil Norton– additional drums
  • Ryan Hewitt – engineering
  • Jason Donaghy – engineering
  • Travis Huff – additional engineering
  • Joe Hirst – additional engineering
  • Robbes Steiglitz – assistant engineering
  • Ben O’Neil – assistant engineering
  • Ken Sluiter – assistant engineering
  • Brad Townsend – mixdown engineering
  • Andrew Schubert – mixdown engineering
  • Evan Lipschultz – A&R
  • Javon Greene – A&R
  • Kristen Yiengst – artwork, photo coordination
  • James Minchin – photography
  • Paul Resta – marketing
  • Kristen Yiengst – artwork, photo coordination
  • Marjan Malakpour – stylist

Track listing:

All tracks by Deryck Whibley, except where noted.

  1. Reason to Believe
  2. Screaming Bloody Murder – Deryck Whibley, Tom Thacker
  3. Skumfuk
  4. Time for You to Go
  5. Jessica Kill
  6. What Am I to Say
  7. Holy Image of Lies (A Dark Road Out of Hell Part 1)
  8. Sick of Everyone (A Dark Road Out of hell Part II)
  9. Happiness Machine (A Dark Road Out of Hell Part III)
  10. Crash
  11. Blood in My Eyes
  12. Baby You Don’t Wanna Know – Deryck Whibley, Matt Squire
  13. Back Where I Belong
  14. Exit Song

 

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In March 1982.

In March 1982, “Atlantic” label released “One to One”, the thirteen Carole King album. It was recorded in 1982, at “Studio South” in Austin, Texas and “Kendun Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Mark Hallman and Carole King. The album was accompanied by concert video featuring on-camera comments by Carole King, live performances from “One to One” studio album, and some of her best-known songs from previous LP’s.

Personnel:

  • Carole King – vocals, piano
  • Mark Hallman- guitar, harmonica, background vocals
  • Reese Wynans- keyboards
  • Danny Kortchmar- guitar
  • Robert McEntee – guitar
  • Eric Johnson- guitar, Fender Rhodes
  • Charles Larkey – bass
  • Steve Meador – drums
  • Christopher Dennis – percussion
  • Richard Hardy – flute, saxophone
  • Louise Goffin- background vocals
  • Engineered by Chet Himes, James Tuttle

Track listing:

All tracks by Carole King except where noted.

  1. One to One – Carole King, Cynthia Weil
  2. It’s a War
  3. Lookin’ Out for Number One
  4. Life Without Love – Gerry Goffin, Louise Goffin, Warren Pash
  5. Golden Man
  6. Read Between the Lines
  7. (Love Is Like A) Boomerang
  8. Goat Annie
  9. Someone You Never Met Before – Louise Goffin, Carole King
  10. Little Prince

 

In March 1975.

In March 1975, “RCA Victor” label released “Duit on Mon Dei”, the eleventh Harry Nilsson album. It was recorded 1974-1975, at “RCA’s Music Center of the World” in Hollywood, and was produced by Harry Nilson.

Personnel:

  • Jesse Ed Davis– guitar
  • Danny Kortchmar– guitar
  • Dennis Budimir – guitar
  • Ringo Starr– drums
  • Jim Keltner– drums
  • Robert Greenidge – drums
  • Klaus Voormann– bass
  • Van Dyke Parks– piano
  • Jane Getz – piano
  • Perry Botkin, Jr.– arranger, orchestra
  • Fredric Nyrow – arranger
  • Bobby Keys– saxophone
  • Gene Cipriano – saxophone
  • Charles Dinwiddie – saxophone
  • Martin M. Drystall – saxophone
  • Jerry Jumonville – saxophone
  • Trevor Lawrence – saxophone
  • John Rotella – saxophone
  • Clifford Shank – saxophone
  • Tommy Shepard – trombon
  • Tony Terran– trumpet
  • Malcolm McNabb – trumpet
  • Joey Deaguero – marimba
  • John Bergamo – marimba
  • Doug Dillard – banjo
  • John– banjo
  • Gene Estes– percussion, Tympani
  • Milt Holland– percussion
  • Emmett Kennedy – percussion
  • Pat Murphy – percussion, conga
  • Denzil Lauchton – harp
  • Gayle Levant – harp
  • Gordon Howard Marrow – violin
  • Fredric Myrow – organ
  • Harry Nilsson – vocals
  • Gloria Jones– vocals
  • Zodiac Singers – vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Harry Nilsson, except where noted

  1. Jesus Christ You’re Tall
  2. It’s a Jungle Out There
  3. Down by the Sea
  4. Kojak Columbo
  5. Easier for Me
  6. Turn Out the Light
  7. Salmon Falls – Harry Nilsson, Klaus VoormannPuget Sound
  8. What’s Your Sign” (featuring Gloria Jonesand the Zodiac Singers
  9. Home
  10. Good for God

 

 

In March 1973.

In March 1973, “Asylum” label released “Closing Time”, the debut Tom Waits studio album. It was recorded in 1972, at “Sunset Sound Recorders” and “United Western Recorders” in Hollywood, and was produced by Jerry Yester.

Personnel:

  • Tom Waits– vocals, piano, guitar, harmonium, harpsichord, celeste
  • Delbert Bennett – trumpet
  • Shep Cooke – guitar; backing vocals
  • Peter Klimes – guitar; pedal steel guitar
  • Bill Plummer – double bass
  • John Seiter– drums; backing vocals
  • Arni Egilsson – bass guitar
  • Jesse Ehrlich – cello
  • Tony Terran– trumpet
  • Ed Caraeff– photography
  • Richie Moore – additional engineering
  • Cal Schenkel– design, artwork
  • Jerry Yester– engineering

Track listing:

All tracks by Tom Waits.

  1. Ol’ 55
  2. I Hope That I Don’t Fall in Love With You
  3. Virginia Avenue
  4. Old Shoes (& Picture Postcards)
  5. Midnight Lullaby
  6. Martha
  7. Rosie
  8. Lonely
  9. Ice Cream Man
  10. Little Trip Heaven (On the Wings of Your Love)
  11. Grapefruit Moon
  12. Closing Time

 

 

In March 1971.

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In March 1971, “Atco” label released the debut, self-titled Black Oak Arkansas album. It was recorded in 1970, at “Paramamount Recording Studios” and “Gold Star Recording Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Lee Dorman and Mike Pinera.

Personnel:

  • Jim “Dandy” Mangrum -lead vocals, washboard
  • Rickie “Ricochet” Reynolds – 12 string rhythm guitar, vocals
  • Pat “Dirty” Daugherty – bass guitar, vocals
  • Harvey “Burley” Jett – lead guitar, banjo, piano, vocals
  • Stanley “Goober” Knight – lead& steel guitar, organ, vocals
  • Wayne “Squeezebox” Evans – drums
  • Sheldon Krechman, Lee Weisel – executive producers.
  • Brian Bruderlin, Stan Ross – engineers.
  • Remixed by Jay Senter and Doc Siegel.
  • Eve Babitz – cover design, photos

Track listing:

All tracks by Jim “Dandy” Mangrum,  Rickie “Ricochet” Reynolds, Pat “Dirty” Daugherty, Harvey “Burley” Jett, Stanley “Goober” Knight  and Wayne “Squeezebox” Evans, except where noted.

  1. Uncle Lijiah
  2. Memories at the Window
  3. The Hills of Arkansas
  4. I Could Love You
  5. Hot and Nasty – Pat “Dirty” Daugherty, Harvey “Burley” Jett, Knight, Rickie “Ricochet” Reynolds, Smith, Stone
  6. Singing the Blues – Melvin Endsley
  7. Lord Have Mercy on My Soul
  8. When Electricity Came to Arkansas

In March 1970.

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In March 1970, “Straight Records” label released “Easy Action”, the second Alice Cooper studio album. It was recorded 1969 – 1970, at “Sunwest Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by David Briggs.

Personnel:

  • Alice Cooper– vocals
  • Glen Buxton– lead guitar
  • Michael Bruce– rhythm guitar, piano, backing and lead vocals
  • Dennis Dunaway– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Neal Smith– drums, backing vocals
  • David Briggs– piano

Track listing:

All songs written by Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, and Neal Smith.

  1. & Misdemeanor
  2. Shoe Salesman
  3. Still No Air
  4. Below Your Means
  5. Return of the Spiders
  6. Laughing at Me
  7. Refrigerator Heaven
  8. Beautiful Flyaway
  9. Lay Down and Die, Goodbye

In March 1969.

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In March 1969, “MGM” label released the third, self-titled Velvet Underground album. It was recorded November – December 1968, at “T.T.G. Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Lou Reed, Doug Yule, Sterling Morrison and Maureen Tucker. In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 314 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.

Personnel:

  • Lou Reed– lead and rhythm guitar, piano, lead and co-vocals
  • Doug Yule– bass guitar, organ, lead vocals on “Candy Says”, chorus co-vocals, backing vocals
  • Sterling Morrison– rhythm and lead guitar, verse co-vocals, backing vocals
  • Maureen Tucker– percussion, lead vocals, chorus co-vocals, backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Lou Reed.

  1. .Candy Says
  2. What Goes On
  3. Some Kinda Love
  4. Pale Blue Eyes
  5. Jesus
  6. Beginning to See the Light
  7. I’m Set Free
  8. That’s the Story of My Life
  9. The Murder Mystery
  10. After Hours