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On July 8, 2016.

On July 8, 2016, “Play It Again Sam” label released “Take Her Up to Monto”, the fourth Róisín Murphy studio album. It was recorded 2014 – 2016, at “The Damp Squid”, “RMS”, “Fish Factory” in London, and was produced by Eddie Stevens.

Personnel:

  • Róisín Murphy– lead and backing vocals, design, art direction, video concept, video direction
  • Eddie Stevens– vocals, keyboards, percussion, flutes, guitar,  violin, floor toms, programming
  • Rhianna Kenny– backing vocals
  • Jodie Scantlebury – backing vocals
  • Rob Mullarkey – bass
  • Dave De Rose – drums, floor toms
  • Jamie McCredie – guitar
  • Ally McNeil – additional programming
  • Mark Allaway – additional recording
  • Darius van Helfteren – mastering
  • Ian Anderson – design, art direction
  • Ben Wearing – director of photography
  • Katie Lambert – video production

Track listing:

All tracks by Róisín Murphy and Eddie Stevens.

  1. Mastermind
  2. Pretty Gardens
  3. Thoughts Wasted
  4. Lip Service
  5. Ten Miles High
  6. Whatever
  7. Romantic Comedy
  8. Nervous Sleep
  9. Sitting and Counting
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On April 2, 2012.

On April 2, 2012, “Chrysalis/EMI Records” labels released “Thick as a Brick 2”,(abbreviated TAAB 2 and subtitled Whatever Happened to Gerald Bostock?), the fifth Ian Anderson studio album. It was recorded March – November 2011, and was produced by Ian Anderson.

Personnel:

  • Ian Anderson – vocals, flutes, acoustic guitars
  • Florian Opahle– electric guitar
  • John O’Hara– accordion, Hammond organ, piano, keyboards
  • Pete Judge– trumpet, flugelhorn, tenor horn, E-flat tuba
  • Ryan O’Donnell– additional vocals
  • David Goodier– bass guitar, glockenspiel
  • Scott Hammond– drums, percussion
  • Steven Wilson– mixing engineer
  • Mike Downs – recording engineer
  • Ian Anderson – liner notes
  • Peter Mew– mastering engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Ian Anderson.

  1. From a Pebble Thrown
  2. Medley: Pebbles Instrumental / Might-Have-Beens
  3. Medley: Upper Sixth Loan Shark / Banker Bets, Banker Wins
  4. Swing It Far
  5. Adrift and Dumfounded
  6. Old School Song
  7. Wootton Bassett Town
  8. Medley: Power and Spirit / Give Till It Hurts
  9. Medley: Cosy Corner / Shunt and Shuffle
  10. A Change of Horses
  11. Confessional
  12. Kismet in Suburbia
  13. What-ifs, Maybes and Might-Have-Beens

On February 17, 2017.

On February 17, 2017, “Inside Out Music” label released “Lost in the Ghost Light”, the fourth Tim Bowness album. It was recorded in 2016, and was produced by Tim Bowness and Stephen Bennett.

Personnel:

  • Tim Bowness – lead and backing vocals, synthesizer
  • Stephen Bennett – organ, piano, synthesizer, guitar, editing
  • Ian Anderson – flute
  • Andrew Keeling – flute, arranger
  • Kit Watkins – flute, waterphone
  • Bruce Soord – acoustic and electric guitar
  • David Rhodes – electric guitar
  • Colin Edwin – bass
  • Charlotte Dowding, Steve Bingham – violin
  • Andrew Booker – drums
  • Ricard Nettermalm – drums

Track listing:

  1. Worlds of Yesterday – Stephen Bennett, Tim Bowness
  2. Moonshot Manchild – Stephen Bennett, Tim Bowness
  3. Kill The Pain That’s Killing You – Alistair Murphy, Andrew Butler, Tim Bowness
  4. Nowhere Good To Go – Stephen Bennett, Tim Bowness
  5. You’ll Be The Silence – Stephen Bennett, Tim Bowness
  6. Lost In The Ghost Light – Tim Bowness
  7. You Wanted To Be Seen – Stephen Bennett, Tim Bowness
  8. Distant Summers – Stephen Bennett, Tim Bowness

 

On August 23, 1999.

On August 23, 1999, “Varèse Sarabande” label released “J-Tull Dot Com”, the 20th Jethro Tull studio album. It was recorded in 1999, and was produced by Ian Anderson.

Personnel:

  • Ian Anderson– vocals, concert flute, bamboo flute, bouzouki, acoustic guitar
  • Martin Barre– electric and acoustic guitars
  • Andrew Giddings– Hammond organ, piano, accordion, chromatic and qwerty keyboards
  • Jonathan Noyce– bass guitar
  • Doane Perry– drums, percussion
  • Najma Akhtar– additional vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Ian Anderson, except where noted.

  1. Spiral
  2. Dot Com
  3. AWOL
  4. Nothing @ All – Andrew Giddings
  5. Wicked Windows
  6. Hunt by Numbers
  7. Hot Mango Flush – Martin Barre, Ian Anderson
  8. El Niño
  9. Black Mamba
  10. Mango Surprise
  11. Bends Like a Willow
  12. Far Alaska
  13. The Dog-Ear Years
  14. A Gift of Roses

In June 1970.

In June 1970, “Warner Bros” label released “Vehicle” the debut Ides of March studio album. It was recorded in 1970 and was produced by Bob Destocki and Frank Rand.

Personnel:

  • Jim Peterik- lead guitar, lead vocal
  • Larry Millas – rhythm guitar, bass, keyboards, backing vocal
  • Bob Bergland – bass, saxophone, backing vocals
  • Ray Herr – bass, backing vocals
  • Michael Borch – drums, percussion
  • John Larson – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Chuck Soumar – trumpet, backing vocal
  • Recorded and engineered – Dick Dearborn, Richard Brayfield

Track listing:

All tracks by Jim Peterik, except where noted.

  1. Vehicle
  2. Factory Band
  3. Sky Is Falling
  4. Home
  5. Wooden Ships/Dharma for One – David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Paul Kantner, Ian Anderson, Clive Bunker
  6. Bald Medusa – Mike Borch, Jim Peterik
  7. Aire of Good Feeling
  8. Time for Thinking – John Larson
  9. One Woman Man
  10. Symphony for Eleanor (Eleanor Rigby) -John Lennon, Paul McCartney

In March 1974.

In March 1974, “Chrysalis” label released “Now We Are Six”,the sixth Steeleye Span album. It was recorded December 1973-January 1974, at “Morgan Studios” in London, and was produced by Ian Anderson.

Personnel:

  • Maddy Prior- vocals
  • Tim Hart- vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, electric dulcimer, banjo
  • Peter Knight- vocals, violin, mandolin, tenor banjo, acoustic guitar, piano
  • Bob Johnson- vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, synthesizer
  • Rick Kemp- vocals, bass guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Nigel Pegrum- drums, tambourine, oboe, recorder, flute, synthesizer
  • David Bowie- alto sax

Track listing:

  1. Seven Hundred Elves
  2. Edwin – traditional
  3. Drink Down the Moon – traditional
  4. Now We Are Six – traditonal
  5. Thomas the Rhymer – traditional
  6. The Mooncoin Jig – traditional
  7. Long-a-Growing – traditional
  8. Two Magicians – traditional
  9. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star – traditional
  10. To Know Him Is To Love Him – Phil Spector

On November 18, 1983.

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On November 18, 1983, “Chrysalis” label released “Walk into Light”, the debut Ian Anderson solo album. It was recorded in 1983, and was produced by Ian Anderson.

Personnel:

  • Ian Anderson– vocals, flute, guitar, bass, keyboards
  • Peter-John Vettese– keyboards

Track listing:

  1. Fly by Night – Ian Anderson, Peter-John Vettese
  2. Made in England – Ian Anderson, Peter-John Vettese
  3. Walk into Light – Ian Anderson
  4. Trains – Ian Anderson, Peter-John Vettese
  5. End Game – Ian Anderson
  6. Black and White Television – Ian Anderson
  7. Toad in the Hole – Ian Anderson
  8. Looking for Eden – Ian Anderson
  9. User-Friendly – Ian Anderson, Peter-John Vettese
  10. Different Germany – Ian Anderson, Peter-John Vettese