In July 1976, “CBS” label released “Aftertones”, the eight Janis Ian album. It was recorded in 1976, at “Record Plant” in New York City, and was produced by Brooks Arthur.
Janis Ian – vocals, piano, guitar, arranger, conductor Jeff Layton – guitar Bucky Pizzerella – guitar Al Gorgoni – guitar Larry Harlow – piano Stu Woods – bass Richard Davis – bass Barry Lazarowitz – drums, percussion Arthur Jenkins – congas Artie Kaplan – bass clarinet, contractor George Young – tenor saxophone Artie Kaplan – baritone saxophone Larry Spencer, Pete Nater, Bobby Fortunato, Ernie Royal, Joe Shepley – trumpet Wayne Andre, Lewis Kahn, Tom Malone, Mickey Gravine – trombone Gonzalo Fernandez – flute Phil Bodner – oboe, alto flute, English horn Romeo Pengue – oboe, flute, English horn, piccolo flute Bruce Rogers, Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy, Kermit Moore, Max Hollander – cello Gene Orloff – violin Ezra Kliger – violin Manny Vardi – viola David Sackson, Manni Vardi, Eugenie Dengel, George Browne, Selward Clarke – viola Phoebe Snow – solo vocal Brooks Arthur, Claire Bay, Odetta, V. Martin Fink – vocals Claire Bay – 2 nd vocals Larry Harlow – arranger Mike Gibson – arranger, conductor Jerry Ragavoy – arranger, conductor Ron Frangipane – arranger, conductor Brooks Arthur – engineer David L’Heureux – design Peter Cunningham – photography Herb Gart – executive producer
All tracks by Janis Ian.
Aftertones I Would Like to Dance Love Is Blind Roses Belle of the Blues Goodbye to Morning Boy, I really Tied One on This Must be Wrong Don’t Cry, Old Man Hymn
On May 1, 2020, “Matador” label released “Making a Door Less Open”, the twelfth Car Seat Headrest studio album. It was recorded January – October 2019, at “Avast!” in Seattle, Washington, and was produced by Will Toledo and Andrew Katz.
Will Toledo – vocals, synthesizers, keyboards, organ, guitar, piano, drum programming, engineer, mixing Ethan Ives – vocals, guitars Seth Dalby – bass guitar Andrew Katz – vocals, drums, drum programming, mixing, digital mastering Gianni Aiello – guitar John Huggins – violin John McRae – engineer Bernie Grundman – vinyl mastering Cate Wurtz – artwork
All tracks by Will Toledo, except where noted.
Weightlifters Can’t Cool Me Down Hollywood – Will Toledo, Andrew Katz There Must Be More Than Blood Hymn Deadlines Martin What’s With You Lately Life Worth Missing Famous
On February 24, 1998, “Melankolic Records” label released “The Space Between Us”, the debut Craig Armstrong album. It was recorded in 1997, at “Olympic, Mayfair” and “Air Studios” in London, “Christchurch Studios” in Bristol and “Ca Va Studios” in Glasgow, and was produced by Craig Armstrong and Marius de Vries.
Craig Armstrong – piano, keyboards, orchestra arrangements, conductor, programming Marius de Vries – programming Richard T. Norris – programming Alan Douglas, Andy Bradfield, Ben Fenner, Neil Davidge, Richard T. Norris – engineer Andy Bradfield, Mark “Spike” Stent – mixing Kevin Metcalfe – mastering David James Associates – art direction, design Malcolm Webb – photography Steve Wiley – photography
All tracks by Craig Armstrong.
Weather Storm This Love Sly II After the Storm Laura’s Theme My Father Balcony Scene (Romeo and Juliet) Rise Glasgow Let’s Go Out Tonight Childhood Hymn
On December 4, 2006, “Columbia” label released “Albertine”, the second Brooke Fraser album. It was recorded 2005 – 2006, and was produced by Marshall Altman.
Brooke Fraser – vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, string arrangements, photography Marshall Altman – percussion, background vocals, string arrangements, engineering Michael Chaves – electric guitar Sean Hurley – bass guitar Stevie Blacke – strings, string arrangements Andy Hayes – assistant engineering Don Bartley – mastering Sophie Howarth – photography
All tracks by Brook Fraser, except where noted.
Shadowfeet Deciphering Me Love, Where Is Your Fire Love Is Waiting Albertine C.S. Lewis Song Epiloque Faithful Seeds – Dave Bassett, Brook Fraser Hosea’s Wife The Thief – Brook Fraser, Dan Wilson Hymn
On October 20, 1998, “DIW” label release “Forbidden Blues”, the 14
th James Blood Ulmer album. It was recorded July – September 1996, at “Avatar Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Kazunori Sugiyama and James Blood Ulmer.
James Blood Ulmer – vocals, guitar, flute Charles Burnham – violin Michael Musutafa – keyboards Calvin X Jones – acoustic bass Amin Ali – electric bass Calvin Weston – drums Dana Manno – vocals
All tracks by James Blood Ulmer
What Is Forbidden Blues Eviction Do You Wanna Forget Not High Yellow Hymn We Got to Get Together Inspiration
On August 22, 2014, “Rune Grammofon” label released “The Nature Of Connections”, the sixth Arve Henriksen studio album. It was recorded in 2014, at “Rainbow Studio” in Oslo, Sand was produced by Arve Henriksen.
Arve Henriksen- trumpet, piccolo trumpet, piano, mixing
Gjermund Larsen– violin, Hardanger fiddle
Nils Økland– violin, Hardanger fiddle, viola d’Amore
Svante Henryson– cello
Mats Eilertsen– double bass
Audun Kleive– drums
Jan Erik Kongshaug – recording, mixing
Kim Hiorthøy – design
Blå Veg – Arve Henriksen
Hambopolskavalsen – Gjermund Larsen
Budbringeren – Nils Økland
Seclusive Song – Svante Henryson
Hymn – Ståle Storløkken
Aceh – Mats Eilertsen
Keen – Svante Henryson
Arco Akropolis – Arve Henriksen, Audun Kleive, Gjermund Larsen, Mats Eilertsen, Nils Økland, Svante Henryson
Salm – Mats Eilertsen
In May 1973, “Harvest” label released “Bananamour”, the fourth Kevin Ayers studio album. It was recorded September-October 1972, at “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by Kevin Ayers and Andrew King.
Kevin Ayers- guitar, vocals
Archie Legget – bass, harmony and lead vocals
Eddie Sparrow – drums
Steve Hillage- leead guitar
Mike Ratledge- organ
Robert Wyatt- harmony vocal
David Bedford- orchestral arrangement
Howie Casey- tenor saxophone
Dave Caswell – trumpet
Tristan Fry- cymbal
Lyle Jenkins – baritone saxophone
Ronnie Price – piano
Barry St. John- vocals
Liza Strike – vocals
Doris Troy- vocals
All tracks by Kevin Ayers
Don’t Let It Get You Down (For Rachel)
Shouting in a Bucket Blues
When Your Parents Go to Sleep
Oh! Wot A Dream
Beware of the Dog
On November 1, 1972, “Warner Bros” label released “One Man Dog”, the fourth James Taylor studio album. It was recorded in 1972, and was produced by Peter Asher.
James Taylor – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals, harmonica, autoharp, bells, cross-cut saw
Arthur Baron – bass trombone
George Bohanon- trombone
Michael Brecker- flute, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone
Randy Brecker- trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet
Dash Crofts- mandolin
Craig Doerge- piano, Fender Rhodes electric piano
Bobbye Hall- percussion, congas, bongos, tambourine, shaker, bells
Abigale Haness – backing vocals
Steven Edney – backing vocals
John Hartford- banjo, fiddle
Carole King- backing vocals
Danny Kortchmar- electric guitar, acoustic guitar, timbales
Russ Kunkel- drums, congas, tambourine, cabasa
John McLaughlin- acoustic guitar
Mark Paletier – sound effects, saw
Red Rhodes- pedal steel guitar
Barry Rogers – trombone
Linda Ronstadt- backing vocals
Carly Simon- backing vocals
Leland Sklar- bass, guitarron mexicano
Alex Taylor- backing vocals
Hugh Taylor- backing vocals
Kate Taylor- backing vocals
All tracks by James Taylor, except where noted.
One Man Parade
Nobody But You
Fool for You
Back on the Street Again – Danny Kortchmar
Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
Woh, Don’t You Know – Danny Kortchmar, Leland Sklar, James Taylor
One Morning in May – Traditional
Someone – John McLaughlin
On May 17, 1979, “Arista” label released “Wave”, the fourth Patti Smith Group studio album. It was recorded in 1979 at “Bearsville Studios” in New York, and was produced by Todd Rundgren.
Patti Smith– vocals
Jay Dee Daugherty– drums, consultant
Ivan Kral– bass guitar, guitar, cello, keyboards
Richard Sohl– piano
Lenny Kaye– vocals, guitar, bass guitar
Andi Ostrowe – percussion, timpani
Todd Rundgren– bass guitar, engineering
Vic Anesini – mastering
George Carnell – assistant engineer
Tom Edmonds – assistant engineer
Frederick – Patti Smith
Dancing Barefoot – Patti Smith, Ivan Kral
So you want to Be (a Rock ‘n’ Roll Star) – Jim McGuinn, Chris Hillman
Hymn – Patti Smith, Lenny Kaye
Revenge – Patti Smith, Ivan Kral
Citizen Ship – Patti Smith, Ivan Kral
Seven Ways of Going – Patti Smith
Broken Flag – Patti Smith, Lenny Kaye
Wave – Patti Smith