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In September 1967.

In September 1967, “Elektra” label released the self-titled, debut Clear Light studio album. It was recorded April – August 1967, at “Sunset Sound Recorders” in Hollywood, and was produced by Paul A. Rotchild.

Personnel:

  • Cliff De Young – vocals
  • Bob Seal – vocals, guitar
  • Ralph Schuckett – keyboards
  • Douglas Lubahn – bass
  • Dallas Taylor – drums
  • Michael Ney – drums
  • Robbie Robison – guru
  • Lee Housekeeper – seer and overseer
  • Bruce Botnick – engineer
  • Jac Holzman – production supervisor
  • Gordon Anderson – executive producer

Track listing:

  1. Black Roses – Wolfgang Dios, Cliff De Young, Bob Seal, Ralph Schuckett, Douglas Lubahn, Dallas Taylor
  2. Sand – Douglas Lubahn
  3. A Child’s Smile – Cliff De Young, Bob Seal, Ralph Schuckett, Douglas Lubahn, Dallas Taylor, Michael Ney
  4. Street Singer – Greg Copeland, Steve Noonan
  5. The Ballad of Freddie and Larry – Cliff De Young, Ralph Schuckett
  6. With All in Mind – Bob Seal
  7. Mr. Blue – Tom Paxton
  8. Think Again – Cliff De Young, Bob Seal, Ralph Schuckett, Douglas Lubahn, Dallas Taylor
  9. They Who Have Nothing – Bob Seal
  10. How Many Days Have Passed – Bob Seal
  11. Night Sounds Loud – Douglas Lubahn

On September 9, 2008.

On September 9, 2008, “Mom + Pop” label released “Simple Times”, the second Joshua Radin album. It was recorded in 2008, at “Sunset Sound” in Hollywood and was produced by Rob Schnapf.

Personnel:

  • Joshua Radin – lead vocal, guitar
  • Patty Griffin – vocal
  • Meiko – vocal
  • Erin McCarley – vocal
  • Greg Leisz – guitar, mandolin
  • Jesse Harris – mixing
  • Rob Schnapf – guitar, mixing
  • Jason Borger – piano, electric piano, mellotron
  • Jonathan Flaugher – bass
  • Joey Waronker, Vic Indrizzo – drums
  • Lenny Castro – percussion
  • Denny Levine – brass
  • Bill Mimms – engineer
  • Dog Boehm – mixing
  • Alan Yoshida – mastering
  • Alexa Wilkinson – art direction, design
  • Autumn DeWilde – photography

Track listing:

  1. One of Those Days
  2. I’d Rather Be with You
  3. Sky
  4. Friend Like You
  5. Brand New Day
  6. They Bring Me to You
  7. Vegetable Car
  8. Free of Me
  9. You Got Growin’ Up to Do
  10. We Are Okay
  11. No Envy, No Fear

In August 1977.

In April 1977, “Arista” label released “Boats Against the Current”, the second Eric Carmen studio album. It was recorded in 1977, at “Crystal Sound” and “Studio 55” in Los Angeles, “Sound Factory” in Hollywood, “Brother Studio” in Santa Monica, and was produced by Eric Carmen.

Personnel:

  • Eric Carmen – lead vocals, acoustic piano, synthesizers, 12 string acoustic guitar, electric guitar, conductor, electric harpsichord, drums, percussion, backing vocals, arrangements
  • Andrew Gold – electric guitar solo, electric guitar
  • Richard Reising – acoustic and electric guitar, acoustic piano, backing vocals
  • Richie Zito – acoustic and electric guitar, backing vocals
  • Michael Boddicker – synthesizers
  • Dave Wintour – bass
  • Jeff Porcaro – drums
  • Nigel Olsson – drums, backing vocals
  • Gene Estes – percussion
  • Ollie E. Brown – percussion
  • Jim Horn – saxophone
  • Bobby Keys – saxophone
  • Tom Scott – saxophone
  • Steve Madaio – trumpet
  • Paul Buckmaster – string arrangements, conductor
  • Burton Cummings – backing vocals
  • Curt Becher – backing vocals
  • Joe Chemay – backing vocals
  • Bruce Johnston – backing vocals, arrangements
  • Brian Wilson – backing vocals
  • Kevin Beamish – engineer
  • Larry Emerine – engineer
  • David Henson – engineer
  • Mark Howlett – engineer
  • Dennis Kirk – engineer
  • Tim Kramer – engineer
  • Earle Mankey – engineer
  • Howard Steele – engineer
  • Thom Wilson – engineer
  • Val Garay – mixing
  • Doug Sax – mastering
  • Bob Heimall – art direction
  • Ed Caraeff – design, photography
  • Benno Friedman – inside photography effects
  • Norman Adams – inside artwork
  • Michael Manoogian – calligraphy

All tracks by Eric Carmen:

  1. Boats Against the Current
  2. Marathon Man
  3. Nowhere To Hide
  4. Take It or Leave It
  5. Love Is All That Matters
  6. She Did It
  7. I Think I Found Myself
  8. Run Away

In August 1973.

In August 1973, “Reprise” label released the self-titled, debut Maria Muldaur album. It was recorded in 1973, at “Warner Bros Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Lenny Waronker and Joe Boyd.

Personnel:

  • Maria Muldaur – vocals
  • Ry Cooder – acoustic guitar
  • Andrew Gold – acoustic guitar
  • David Nichtern – acoustic and electric guitar
  • Clarence White – acoustic guitar
  • David Lindley – Hawaiian guitar
  • Bill Keith – banjo, steel guitar
  • David Grisman – mandolin
  • Dr. John – keyboards, horn arrangements
  • Jim Dickinson – piano
  • Mark T. Jordan – piano
  • Spooner Oldham – piano
  • Greg Prestopino – vocal and background vocals, piano
  • James Gordon – organ, clarinet
  • Chris Ethridge – bass
  • Klaus Voormann – bass
  • Ray Brown – bass
  • Dave Holland – bowed bass
  • Jimmy Calhoun – bass
  • Tommy McClure – bass
  • Freebo – bass
  • Amos Garrett – vocals, bass, guitar
  • Jim Keltner – drums
  • Ed Shaughnessy – drums
  • John Boudreaux – drums
  • Jim Gordon – drums
  • Chris Parker – drums
  • Nick DeCaro – accordion, string arrangements
  • Jerry Jumonville – alto horn, horn arrangements
  • Artie Butler – alto horn, horn arrangements
  • Richard Greene – violin
  • Beryl Marriott – violin
  • Larry Packer – violin, viola
  • Karen Alexander – backing vocals
  • Gloria Jones – backing vocals
  • Ellen Kearney – backing vocals
  • Bettye LaVette – backing vocals
  • Jessica Smith – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Any Old Time – Jimmie Rodgers
  2. Midnight at the Oasis – David Nichtern
  3. My Tennessee Mountain Home – Dolly Parton
  4. I Never Did Sing You a Love Song – David Nichtern
  5. The Work Song – Kate McGarrigle
  6. Don’t You Feel My Leg (Don’t You Get Me High) – Blue Lu Barker, Danny Barker, J. Mayo Williams
  7. Walkin’ One and Only – Dan Hicks
  8. Long Hard Climb – Ron Davies
  9. Three Dollar Bill – Mac Rebennack
  10. Vaudeville Man – Wendy Waldman
  11. Mad Mad Me – Wendy Waldman

In August 1976.

In August 1976, “RCA” label released “Bigger Than Both of Us”, the fifth Daryl Hall and John Oates studio album. It was recorded in 1976, at “Cherokee Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Cristopher Bond.

Personnel:

  • Daryl Hall – lead and backing vocals, keyboards, mandola, synthesizer, arrangements, cover concept, design
  • John Oates – lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitars, harmonica, arrangements
  • Christopher Bond – lead guitars, keyboards, synthesizer, arrangements
  • Tom Hensley – acoustic piano
  • Scotty Edwards – bass
  • Leland Sklar – bass
  • Jim Gordon – drums
  • Ed Greene – drums
  • Slugger Blue – “G kick” drums
  • Gary Coleman – percussion
  • Tom Scott – flute, saxophone, Lyricon
  • Charles DeChant – saxophone
  • James Getzoff – concertmaster, conductor
  • Stephen Dees – co-arrangements
  • John Arrias, John Mills – engineer, mixing
  • Armin Steiner – engineer
  • Allen Zentz – mastering
  • Ron Barry – covert art work
  • Gribbitt Photography – cover photography
  • Kathy Hohl, Sam Emmerson – insert photography

Track listing:

  1. Back Together Again – John Oates
  2. Rich Girl – Daryl Hall
  3. Crazy Eyes – John Oates
  4. Do What You Want, Be What You Are – Daryl Hall, John Oates
  5. Kerry – Stephen Dees, Daryl Hall
  6. London Luck & Love – Sara Allen, Daryl Hall, John Oates
  7. Room to Breathe – Sara Allen, Daryl Hall
  8. You’ll Never Learn – Daryl Hall, John Oates
  9. Falling – Daryl Hall

On August 15, 1989.

On August 15, 1989, “RCA” label released “Love Among the Cannibals”, the third Starship album. It was recorded 1988 – 1989, at “ Studio 55” in Hollywood, “Record Plant Studios” and “Studio D” in Sausalito, “Different Fur” in San Francisco, “The Kiva” and “Soundcastle” in Los Angeles, “Fantasy Studios” in Berkeley, and “Maison Rouge” in London, and was produced by Mike Shipley, Larry Klein, Phil Galdston, Tom Lord-Alge, Mickey Thomas, Arne Frager, Craig Chaquico, Mark Morgan, Brett Bloomfield and Donny Baldwin.

Personnel:

  • Mickey Thomas – vocals
  • Craig Chaquico – guitars
  • Mark Morgan – keyboards
  • Brett Bloomfield – bass, backing vocals
  • Donny Baldwin – drums, backing vocals
  • Greg Shaw – electronics, trumpet
  • Pete Woodroffe – electronics
  • Sammy Merendino – electronics
  • Collyer Spreen – electronics
  • Michael Landau – additional rhythm guitar
  • Larry Klein – Fairlight programming
  • Robert John “Mutt” Lange – backing vocals
  • Tommy Funderburk – additional backing vocals
  • Chris Thompson – additional backing vocals
  • Jeff Pescetto – additional backing vocals
  • Tom Lord-Alge – additional backing vocals, engineer, mixing
  • Larry Klein – arrangements
  • Robert John “Mutt” Lange – arrangements
  • Mike Shipley – engineer, mixing
  • Arne Frager – engineer
  • Stephan Benben – engineer
  • Pete Woodroffe – additional engineering
  • Rob Beaton – additional engineering, assistant engineer
  • Tony Phillips – additional engineering
  • Mark Slagle – engineer assistant
  • Julie Last – engineer assistant
  • Randy Wine – engineer assistant
  • Greg Laney – engineer assistant
  • Tom Sadzeck – engineer assistant
  • Michael Semanick – engineer assistant
  • Greg Wilkinson – engineer assistant
  • Paula “Max” Garcia – engineer assistant
  • Jim “Watts” Vereecke – engineer assistant
  • Tom Size – engineer assistant
  • Michael Rosen – engineer assistant
  • Paul Lani – mixing
  • Joe Fiorello – mixing assistant
  • Ria Lewerke – creative director
  • Norman Moore – art direction, design
  • Taylor King – photography

Track listing:

  1. The Burn – Martin Page, Bernie Taupin
  2. It’s Not Enough – Martin Page, Tommy Funderburk
  3. Trouble in Mind – Joel Feeny, Tim Thorney, Rachel Oldfield
  4. I Didn’t Mean to Stay All Night – Robert John Lange
  5. Send a Message – Mickey Thomas, Mark Morgan, Steve Diamond
  6. Wild Again – John Bettis, Michael Clark
  7. Love Among the Cannibals – Mickey Thomas, Mark Morgan
  8. Dream Sequence / We Dream in Color – Mark Morgan, Mickey Thomas, Phil Galdston
  9. Healing Waters – Martin Page
  10. Blaze of Love – Chris Thompson, John Van Tongeren, Phil Galdston
  11. I’ll Be There – Mickey Thomas, Craig Chaquico, Steve Diamond

On July 19, 2005.

On July 19, 2005, “Columbia” label released “Moonlight Serenade”, the fourth Carly Simon album of standards (19th album overall). It was recorded 2004 – 2005, at “Fox Force Five” in Hollywood, “Reagan’s Garage” and “Westlake Recorders” in Los Angeles, “The Cutting Room” in New York City, and was produced by Richard Perry.

Personnel:

  • Carly Simon – vocals
  • Vin D’Onofrio – guitars, guitar solo
  • Michael Thompson – acoustic piano, synth strings, arrangements, additional synthesizers, synth vibraphone, Fender Rhodes
  • Jim Cox – acoustic piano
  • Andy Chukerman – synth strings, additional synthesizers, arrangements
  • Alex Navarro – synth strings, additional synthesizers
  • Chris Golden – bass
  • John Ferraro – drums
  • Sammy Merendino – drum programming, percussion
  • Doug Webb – saxophone, clarinet, sax solo, clarinet solo, “stritch” sax solo, flute, arrangements
  • Tom Evans – sax
  • Lee Thornburg – trombone, trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Larry Lunetta – trumpet
  • William Galison – harmonica
  • Sam Fischer, Samuel Formicola, Alyssa Park, Mark Robertson and Shalini Vijayan – violin
  • Danny Seidenberg – viola
  • Victor Lawrence – cello
  • Richard Perry – arrangements
  • Lauren Wild – arrangements
  • Michael Thompson – arrangements
  • Alex Navarro – arrangements
  • Bobby Ginsburg – recording, mixing
  • Carter William Humphrey – recording
  • Dylan Margerum – recording
  • Marcos González – additional engineering, Pro Tools technician
  • Jimmy Paar – additional engineering, Pro Tools technician
  • Jeff Phurrough – additional engineering, Pro Tools technician
  • Nick Sample – additional engineering, Pro Tools technician
  • Phil Carbo – engineer assistant
  • Anthony Gallo – engineer assistant
  • Cesar Ramirez – engineer assistant
  • Robert Hadley – mastering
  • Lauren Dooreck Camara – art direction, design
  • Ben McCarthy – production coordinator
  • Shauna Krikorian – production assistant
  • Bob Gothard – photography
  • Lauren Wild – associate producer

Track listing:

  1. Moonlight Serenade – Glenn Miller, Mitchell Parish
  2. I’ve Got You Under My Skin – Cole Porter
  3. I Only Have Eyes for You – Al Dubin, Harry Warren
  4. Moonglow – Eddie DeLange, Will Hudson, Irving Mills
  5. Alone Together – Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz
  6. In the Still of the Night – Cole Porter
  7. The More I See You – Mack Gordon, Harry Warren
  8.  Where or When – Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
  9. My One and Only Love – Robert Mellin, Guy Wood
  10. All the Things You Are – Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael
  11. How Long Has This Been Going On? – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin

On July 18, 2007.

On July 18, 2007, “Island” label released “Underclass Hero”, the fourth Sum 41 studio album. It was recorded November 2006 – March 2007, at “Ocean Way” in Los Angeles, “Sound City” in Van Nuys, California, and “Sage & Sound” in Hollywood, and was produced by Deryck Whibley.

Personnel:

  • Deryck Whibley – vocals, guitars, keyboards, piano
  • Cone – bass
  • Stevo – drums, percussion
  • Michael Railton – piano
  • Jamie Muhoberac – keyboards
  • Dan Chase – percussion
  • David Campbell – string arrangement
  • Doug McKean – engineer
  • Keith Armstrong – engineer assistant
  • Adam Fuller – engineer assistant
  • Nathan Johns – engineer assistant
  • Nik Karpen – engineer assistant
  • Wesley Seidman – engineer assistant
  • Chris Lord-Alge – mixing
  • Ted Jensen – mastering
  • Patrick Hegarty – design
  • Brian Lauzon – package design, photography
  • Matt Taylor – package design, photography
  • Jonathan Mannion – cover photo

Track listing:

All tracks by Deryck Whibley, except where noted.

  1. Underclass Hero – Deryck Whibley, Steve Kocz
  2. Walking Disaster
  3. Speak of the Devil
  4. Dear Father
  5. Count Your Last Blessings
  6. Ma Poubelle – Deryck Whibley, Steve Kocz
  7. March of the Dogs
  8. The Jester
  9. With Me
  10. Pull the Curtain
  11. King of Contradiction
  12. Best of Me
  13. Confusion and Frustration in Modern Times
  14. So Long Goodbye

In July 1966.

In July 1966, “Valiant Records” label released “And Then… Along Comes”, the debut Association (The) album. It was recorded March – May 1966, at “Homewood Studios”, “GSP Studios” and “Columbia Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Curt Boettcher.

Personnel:

  • Terry Kirkman – vocals, wind instruments, percussion
  • Jules Alexander – vocals, lead guitar
  • Jim Yester – vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards
  • Russ Giguere – vocals, rhythm guitar, percussion
  • Brian Cole – bass, vocals, woodwinds
  • Ted Bluechel, Jr. – vocals, drums, rhythm guitar, bass
  • Mike Deasy, Lee Mallory, Ben Benay – guitars
  • Jim Henderson – piano
  • Jerry Scheff – bass guitar
  • Jim Troxel – drums
  • Doug Rhodes or Butch Parker – celesta
  • Toxey French – vibraphone
  • Curt Boettcher – backing vocals
  • Gary Paxton, Pete Romano – engineer
  • Peter Whorf Graphics – design
  • Fred Poore – photography
  • Phyllis Burgess – liner notes

Track listing:

  1. Enter the Young – Terry Kirkman
  2. Your Own Love – Jules Alexander, Jim Yester
  3. Don’t Blame It on Me – Don Addrisi, Dick Addrisi
  4. Blistered – Billy Ed Wheeler
  5. Along Comes Mary – Tandyn Almer
  6. Cherish – Terry Kirkman
  7. Standing Still – Ted Bluechel
  8. Message of Our Love – Tandyn Almer, Curt Boettcher
  9. Round Again – Jules Alexander
  10. Remember – Jules Alexander
  11. Changes – Jules Alexander

On June 8, 1993.

On June 8, 1993, “Big Life” label released “Hey Zeus!”, the seventh X studio album. It was recorded September – December 1992, at “Zeitgeist Studios” in Los Angeles, “Groove masters” in Hollywood, and was produced by Tony Berg.

Personnel:

  • Exene Cervenka – vocals
  • John Doe – vocals, bass
  • Tony Gilkyson – vocals, guitar
  • D.J. Bonebrake – percussion, drums, marimba
  • Patrick Warren, Tony Berg – keyboards
  • Tchad Blake – engineer, mixing
  • Casey McMackin – engineer
  • Brian Schuebie – engineer
  • Dale Lavi – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Exene Cervenka and John Doe; except where noted.

  1. Someone’s Watching – John Doe, Tony Gilkyson
  2. Big Blue House
  3. Clean Like Tomorrow
  4. New Life
  5. Country at War
  6. Arms for Hostages
  7. Into the Light – John Doe, Tony Gilkyson
  8. Lettuce and Vodka – Duke McVinnie
  9. Everybody
  10. Baby You Lied
  11. Drawn in the Dark