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On October 11, 2019.

On October 11, 2019, “Polydor” label released “Giants of All Sizes”, the eighth Elbow studio album. It was recorded 2018 – 2019, at “Clouds Hill” in Hamburg, “The Dairy” in Brixton, “604 Studios” in Vancouver, “Blueprint Studios” in Salford, and was produced by Craig Potter.

Personnel:

  • Guy Garvey – vocals, string arrangements, art direction
  • Craig Potter – keyboards, mixing, art direction
  • Mark Potter – guitars, art direction
  • Pete Turner – bass guitar, art direction
  • The Plumedores (Dean Casement, Andy Hargreaves, Danny McTague, Mark Potter, Mat Skinner) – vocals
  • Nathan “Nathan Sudders” Sudders – vocals
  • Jesca Hoop – additional vocals
  • Chilli Chilton – backing vocals
  • Sarah Field – trumpet, soprano and tenor saxophone
  • Alex Reeves – drums, percussion
  • Matt Robertson – string arrangement
  • Marius de Vries – string arrangements
  • Violeta Barreña – violin
  • The Hallé Orchestra – strings
    • Jonathan Heyward – conductor
    • Sarah Ewins, Nicola Clarke, Zoe Coleman, Peter Liang, Michelle Marsh, Steven Proctor – first violin
    • Rosemary Attree, Paulette Bayley, Elizabeth Bosworth, Helena Buckie, Philippa Heys, John Purton – second violin
    • Cameron Campbell, Chris Emerson, Julian Mottram, Timothy Pooley – viola
    • Dale Culliford, Jane Hallett, David Petri, Clare Rowe, Nick Trygstad, Simon Turner – cello
    • Daniel Storer, Yi Xin Salvage – double bass
  • Danny Evans – engineer
  • Tom Baird – additional engineer
  • Pedro Dzelme – assistant engineer
  • Charlie Leake – additional engineer
  • Sebastian Muxfeldt – additional engineer
  • Gary Hadfield – assistant engineer
  • Katie May – assistant engineer
  • Ollie Middleton – assistant engineer
  • Ian Stewart – assistant engineer
  • VGC – cover photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Guy Garvey, all music by Guy Garvey, Craig Potter, Mark Potter and Pete Turner.

  1. Dexter & Sinister
  2. Seven Veils
  3. Empires
  4. The Delayed
  5. White Noise White Heat
  6. Doldrums
  7. My Trouble
  8. On Deronda Road
  9. Weightless

On July 28, 2009.

On July 28, 2009, “Capitol” label released “The Dirty Dozen”, the fourteenth George Thorogood and the Destroyers studio album. It was recorded in 2009, at “Glenwood Place Studios” in Burbank, CA, and was produced by Jim Gaines  and Delaware Destroyers.

Personnel:

  • George Thorogood – vocals, guitar
  • Jim Suhler– guitar
  • Bill Blough – bass
  • Jeff Simon – drums
  • Buddy Leach – saxophone
  • Hank Carter – saxophone
  • Steve Chrismar – guitar
  • Ian Stewart– piano
  • Jake Vest – backing vocals
  • Mike Donahue – executive producer
  • Shawn Berman – engineer

Track listing:

  1. Tail Dragger – Willie Dixon
  2. Drop Down Mama – John Adam Estes
  3. Run Myself Out of Town – Wendell Holmes
  4. Born Lover – McKinley Morganfield
  5. Twenty Dollar Gig – Mickey Bones
  6. Let Me Pass – Ellas McDaniel
  7. Howlin’ for My Baby – Willie Dixon, Howlin’ Wolf
  8. Highway 49 – Big Joe Williams
  9. Six Days on The Road – Earl Green, Carl Montgomery
  10. Treat Her Right – Roy Head, Gene Kurtz
  11. Hello Little Girl – Chuck Berry
  12. Blue Highway – Nick Gravenites, David Getz

In June 1969.

In June 1969, “Regal Zonophone” label released “A Salty Dog”, the third Procol Harum studio album. It was recorded in March 1969, and was produced by Matthew Fisher.

Personnel:

  • Gary Brooker– lead vocals, piano, celeste, three-stringed guitar, bells, harmonica, recorder, wood, orchestral arrangements
  • Robin Trower– lead and acoustic guitars, lead vocals, sleigh tambourine
  • Matthew Fisher– organ, lead vocals, marimba, rhythm and acoustic guitars, piano, recorder, orchestral arrangements, production
  • Dave Knights– bass
  • J. Wilson– drums, conga drums, tabla
  • John “Kellogs” Kalinowski – bosun’s whistle, refreshments
  • Keith Reid– lyrics
  • Ken Scott– engineering
  • Ian Stewart – engineering
  • Henry Lewy – engineering

Track listing:

  1. A Salty Dog – Gary Brooker, Keith Reid
  2. The Milk of Human Kindness – Gary Brooker, Keith Reid
  3. Too Much Between Us – Gary Brooker, Robin Trower, Keith Reid
  4. The Devil Came from Kansas – Gary Brooker, Keith Reid
  5. Boredom – Matthew Fisher, Gary Brooker, Keith Reid
  6. Juicy John Pink – Robin Trower, Keith Reid
  7. Wreck of the Hesperus – Matthew Fisher, Keith Reid
  8. All This and More – Gary Brooker, Keith Reid
  9. Crucifiction Lane – Robin Trower, Keith Reid
  10. Pilgrim’s Progress – Matthew Fisher, Keith Reid

On September 24, 1965.

outofourheads

On September 24, 1965, “Decca” label released “Out of Our Heads”, the third Rolling Stones album. It was recorded 2 November 1964 – 6 September 1965, and was produced by Andrew Loog Oldham.

Personnel:

  • Mick Jagger– lead vocals, harmonica, percussion
  • Keith Richards– electric and acoustic guitars, backing vocals
  • Brian Jones– electric and acoustic guitars, harmonica, organ, backing vocals, percussion
  • Bill Wyman– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Charlie Watts– drums and percussion
  • Jack Nitzsche– harpsichord, percussion
  • Phil Spector– detuned “bass” guitar
  • Ian Stewart– piano

Track listing:

  1. She Said Yeah – Sonny Bono, Roddy Jackson
  2. Mercy, Mercy – Don Covay, Ronnie Miller
  3. Hitch Hike – Marvin Gaye, Clarence Paul, William “Mickey” Stevenson
  4. That’s How Strong My Love Is – Roosevelt Jamison
  5. Good Times – Sam Cooke
  6. Gotta Get Away – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  7. Talkin’ ‘Bout You – Chuck Berry
  8. Cry to Me – Bert Russell
  9. Oh, Baby (We Got a Good Thing Going) – Barbara Lynn Ozen
  10. Heart of Stone – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  11. The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man – Nanker Phelge
  12. I’m Free – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards

On September 16, 1977.

rough-mix

On September 16, 1977, “Polydor” label released “Rough Mix”,album by Pete Townshend and Ronnie Lane.It was recorded 1976 – 1977, at “Olympic Studios” in London, and was produced by Glyn Johns.

Personnel:

  • Ronnie Lane, Pete Townshend – vocals, guitars, electric guitars, mandolins, bass guitars, banjos, ukuleles
  • Charlie Watts– drums
  • Edwin Astley– orchestrations
  • John “Rabbit” Bundrick– organ, Fender Rhodes
  • Boz Burrell– bass guitar
  • Mel Collins– saxophones
  • Eric Clapton– guitars, dobro
  • Julian Diggle – percussion
  • John Entwistle– horns, vocal help
  • Peter Hope Evans– harmonica
  • Benny Gallagher– accordion
  • Tony Gilbert – orchestral leader
  • Chris Green – principal cello
  • Charlie Hart – violin
  • Chris Laurence – principal bass
  • Graham Lyle– twelve-string guitar
  • Dave Marke – double bass
  • Billy Nicholls– vocal help
  • Steve Shingles – principal viola
  • Henry Spinetti– drums
  • Ian Stewart– piano
  • Charles Vorsanger – principal second violin

Track listing:

  1. My Baby Gives It Away – Pete Townshend
  2. Nowhere to Run – Ronnie Lane
  3. Rough Mix – Pete Townshend, Ronnie Lane
  4. Annie – Ronnie Lane, Kate Lambert, Eric Clapton
  5. Keep Me Turning – Pete Townshend
  6. Catmelody – Ronnie Lane, Kate Lambert
  7. Misunderstood – Pete Townshend
  8. April Fool – Ronnie Lane
  9. Street in the City – Pete Townshend
  10. Heart to Hang Onto – Pete Townshend
  11. Till the Rivers All Run Dry – Don Williams, Wayland Holyfield

On August 14, 1964.

Five_by_five

On August 14, 1964, “Decca” label released “Five by Five”, the second Rolling Stones EP. It was recorded June 11, 1964, at “Chess Studios” in Chicago, and was produced by Andrew Loog Oldham.

Personnel:

  • Mick Jagger– lead vocals, tambourine
  • Brian Jones– guitar, backing vocals,harmonica, organ
  • Keith Richards– guitar, backing vocals
  • Charlie Watts– drums
  • Bill Wyman– bass guitar
  • Ian Stewart– organ, piano

Track listing:

  1. If You Need Me – Wilson Pickett, Robert Bateman
  2. Empty Heart – Nanker Phelge
  3. 2120 South Michigan Avenue – Nanker Phelge
  4. Confessin’ the Blues – Jay McShann, Walter Brown
  5. Around and Around – Chuck Berry

On June 20, 1980.

Emotional Rescue

On June 20, 1980, “Rolling Stones” label released “Emotional Rescue”, the fifteen Rolling Stones studio album. It was recorded in 1979, at “Compass Point Studios” in Nassau, Bahamas, “Pathé Marconi” in Paris, and was produced by The Glimmer Twins. The album cover was by Peter Corriston. The album was certified Gold in France by “SNEP”, Netherlands by “NVPI”, Spain by “PROMUSICAE”, UK by the “BPI”, and 2 x Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Mick Jagger– lead and backing vocals, electric guitar, acoustic and electric piano
  • Keith Richards– electric and acoustic guitars, backing vocals; piano, lead vocals, bass guitar on
  • Ronnie Wood– electric, acoustic, slide and pedal steel guitar, backing vocals; bass guitar
  • Bill Wyman– bass guitar, synthesiser
  • Charlie Watts– drums
  • Ian Stewart– electric and acoustic piano, percussion
  • Nicky Hopkins– keyboards
  • Sugar Blue– harmonica
  • Bobby Keys– saxophone
  • Michael Shrieve– percussion
  • Max Romeo– backing vocals
  • Jack Nitzsche– horn arrangement
  • Chris Kimsey– associate producer. engineer
  • Snake Reynolds, Sean Fullan – Assistant Engineers
  • Ted Jensen- mastering engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except “Dance (Pt. 1)” co-written by Ronnie Wood

  1. Dance (Pt. 1)
  2. Summer Romance
  3. Send It to Me
  4. Let Me Go
  5. Indian Girl
  6. Where the Boys Go
  7. Down in the Hole
  8. Emotional Rescue
  9. She’s So Cold
  10. All About You

 

On May 12, 1972.

Exile on the MainSt

On May 12, 1972, “Rolling Stones Records” label released “Exile on Main Street”,  the twelve Rolling Stones album. It was recorded October 1970 – March 1972, at “Olympic Studios” in London, in Nellcote in France, and “Sunset Sound Recorders” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Jimmy Miller. In 1998, “Q” magazine readers voted “Exile on Main Street” the 42nd greatest album of all time, and in 2000 the same magazine ranked it at number 3 in its list of the “100 Greatest British Albums Ever”. In 2003, the album was ranked 7th on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.

Personnel:

  • Mick Jagger– lead and backing  vocals, harmonica, percussion, rhythm guitar
  • Keith Richards– lead and backing vocals, guitars, electric piano, bass guitar
  • Mick Taylor– guitars, slide guitar, bass guitar
  • Bill Wyman– bass guitar
  • Charlie Watts– drums
  • Nicky Hopkins– piano
  • Bobby Keys– saxophone; percussion
  • Jim Price– trumpet, trombone, organ
  • Ian Stewart– piano
  • Jimmy Miller– drums, percussion
  • Bill Plummer – upright bass
  • Billy Preston– piano, organ
  • Al Perkins– pedal steel guitar
  • Richard Washington – marimba
  • Clydie King, Venetta Fields– backing vocals
  • Joe Green – backing vocals
  • Gram Parsons– backing vocals
  • Chris Shepard – tambourine
  • Jerry Kirkland – backing vocals
  • Mac Rebennack, Shirley Goodman, Tami Lynn– backing vocals
  • Kathi McDonald– backing vocals
  • Glynand Andy Johns, Joe Zaganno, Jeremy Gee – engineers
  • Doug Sax – mastering
  • Robert Frank – cover photography concept
  • John Van Hamersveld, Norman Seeff – layout design

Track listing:

All tracks by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except where noted.

  1. Rocks Off
  2. Rip This Joint
  3. Shape Your Hips – Slim Harpo
  4. Casino Boogie
  5. Tumbling Dice
  6. Sweet Virginia
  7. Torn and Frayed
  8. Sweet Black Angel
  9. Loving Cup
  10. Happy
  11. Turd on the Run
  12. Ventilator Blues – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Mick Taylor
  13. I Just Want to See His Face
  14. Let it Loose
  15. All Down the Line
  16. Stop Breaking Down – Robert Johnson
  17. Shine a Light
  18. Soul Survivor

On April 23, 1976.

Black and blue

On April 23, 1976, “Rolling Stones” label released “Black and Blue”, the 13th Rolling Stones album. It was recorded December 1974, January – February 1975, March – April 1975, and was produced by The Glimmer Twins. It was the band’s first studio album with Ronnie Wood as the replacement for Mick Taylor.

Personnel:

  • Mick Jagger– lead vocals; backing vocals; harmony vocals; percussion; rhythm guitar; electric piano; acoustic piano; foot stomp
  • Keith Richards– electric guitars; backing vocals, harmony vocals; bass guitar; Fender Rhodes electric piano, electric wah-wah guitar
  • Ronnie Wood– lead electric guitar; electric guitar, co-lead guitar; backing vocals
  • Bill Wyman– bass guitar, percussion
  • Charlie Watts– drums, percussion
  • Billy Preston– organ; piano; string synthesizer; harmony vocal; backing vocals; percussion
  • Nicky Hopkins– piano and ARP String Ensemble
  • Harvey Mandel– lead electric guitar
  • Wayne Perkins– acoustic guitar; lead electric guitar
  • Ollie Brown– percussion
  • Ian Stewart– percussion
  • Arif Mardin– horn arrangement
  • Keith Harwood, Glyn Johns, Phil McDonald, Lew Hahn – engineers
  • Jeremy Gee, Dave Richards, Tapani, Steve Dowd, Gene Paul – assistant engineers
  • Lee Hulko – LP mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except where noted.

  1. Hot Stuff
  2. Hand of Fate
  3. Cherry on Baby – Eric Donaldson
  4. Memory Motel
  5. Hey Negrita – inspiration by Ron Wood
  6. Melody – Inspiration by Billy Preston
  7. Fool to Cry
  8. Crazy Mama

On April 16, 1964.

RS

On April 16, 1964, “Decca” label released the self-titled, debut Rolling Stones album. It was recorded 3 January – 25 February 1964, at “Regent Studios” in London, and was produced by Eric Easton and  Andrew Loog Oldham.

Personnel:

  • Mick Jagger– lead and backing vocals, harmonica, percussion
  • Keith Richards– guitar, backing vocals
  • Brian Jones– guitar, harmonica, percussion, backing vocals, co-lead vocals
  • Bill Wyman– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Charlie Watts– drums, percussion
  • Ian Stewart – piano
  • Gene Pitney– piano
  • Phil Spector– maracas

Track listing:

  1. Route 66 – Bobby Troup
  2. I Just Want to Make Love to You – Willie Dixon
  3. Honest I Do – Jimmy Reed
  4. I Need You Baby – Ellas McDaniel
  5. Now I’ve Got a Witness – Nanker Phelge
  6. Little by Little – Nanker Phelge, Phil Spector
  7. I’m a King Bee – James Moore
  8. Carol – Chuck Berry
  9. Tell Me (You’re Coming Back) – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  10. Can I Get a Witness – Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland
  11. You Can Make It If you Try – Ted Jarrett
  12. Walking the Dog – Rufus Thomas