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On June 30, 1998.

On June 30, 1998, “Mercury” label released “Car Wheels on a Gravel Road”, the fifth Lucinda Williams studio album. It was recorded in 1997, at “Room and Board Studio” in Nashville, Tennessee, “Rumbo Studio” in Canoga Park, California, and was produced by Roy Bittan, Steve Earle, Ray Kennedy and Lucinda Williams. “Car Wheels on a Gravel Road: won a “Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album”, and was voted “The Best album of 1998” in The Village Voice’s annual “Pazz & Jop” critics poll.


  • Lucinda Williams – vocals, acoustic guitar, dobro guitar
  • Gurf Morlix – electric guitar, 12 string electric guitar, electric slide guitar, acoustic slide guitar, harmony vocal
  • Buddy Miller – acoustic guitar, mando guitar, electric guitar, harmony vocal
  • Ray Kennedy – 12 string electric guitar
  • Greg Leisz – 12 string electric guitar, mandolin
  • Charlie Sexton – electric guitar, dobro guitar
  • Steve Earle – acoustic guitar, harmonica, resonator guitar, harmony vocal
  • Johnny Lee Schell – electric guitar, electric slide guitar, dobro guitar
  • Bo Ramsey – electric guitar, slide guitar
  • Richard “Hombre” Price – dobro guitar
  • Roy Bittan – Hammond B3 organ, accordion, organ
  • Micheal Smotherman – B-3 organ
  • John Ciambotti – bass guitar, upright bass
  • Donald Lindley – drums, percussion
  • Jim Lauderdale – harmony vocal
  • Emmylou Harris – harmony vocal

Track listing:

All tracks by Lucinda Williams except where noted.

  1. Right in Time
  2. Car Wheels on a Grave Road
  3. 2 Kool 2 Be 4-Gotten
  4. Drunken Angel
  5. Concrete and Barbed Wine
  6. Lake Charles
  7. Can’t Let Go – Randy Weeks
  8. I Lost It
  9. Metal Firecrackers
  10. Greenville
  11. Still Looking for Your Kiss – Lucinda Williams, Duane Jarvis
  12. Joy
  13. Jackson

On February 13, 2015.

On February 13, 2015, “RCA” label released “Love Stuff”, the debut Elle King studio album. It was recorded in 2014, and was produced by John Hill, Dave Bassett, Jeff Bhasker, Martin Johnson, Jacknife Lee and Eg White.


  • Elle King – lead vocals, guitar, banjo, beats
  • Jacknife Lee – lead vocals
  • Dave Bassett, Martin Johnson Jacknife Lee, Blake Mills, Hunter Perrin, Mark Ronson, Eg White – guitar
  • Blake Mills – bouzouki
  • Dave Bassett – keyboards, bass, drums, percussion
  • Jacknife Lee – keyboards, bass, drums, percussion, organ, piano
  • John Hill – keyboards, synthesize, programming
  • Jeff Bhasker – organ, piano
  • Kyle O’Quin – organ, piano
  • Jamie Muhoberac – organ
  • Jeff Bhasker, Martin Johnson, Jamie Muhoberac, Brandon Paddock – piano
  • Brandon Paddock, Mark Ronson, Sebastian Steinberg – bass
  • Sam Bell, Jeff Bhasker, Patrick Carney, Zach Carothers, James Gadson, John Gourley, John Hill, Martin Johnson, Patrick Keeler, Kyle O’Quin, Darren Weiss – drums, percussion, beats
  • Zach Carothers, Scarlet Cherry, John Gourley, Martin Johnson, Tyler Sam Johnson, Elle King, Phillip Lawrence, Kyle O’Quin, Alisan Porter – backing vocals
  • Martin Johnson, Kyle Moorman, Brandon Paddock – programming
  • Jeff Bhasker, Michael H. Brauer, Tom Elmhirst, Martin Johnson, Vance Powell, Alex Salibian, Eg White – mixing
  • Mark Bengtson – mixing assistant
  • Ben Baptie, Tyler Sam Johnson, Brandon Paddock – production assistant

Track listing:

  1. Where the Devil Don’t Go – Elle King, Sterling Fox
  2. Ex’s & Oh’s – Elle King, Dave Bassett
  3. Under the Influence – Elle King, Dave Bassett
  4. Last Damn Night – Elle King, Jeff Bhasker
  5. Kocaine Karolina – Elle King, Jeff Bhasker
  6. Song of Sorrow – Elle King
  7. America’s Sweetheart – Elle King, Martin Johnson
  8. I Told You I Was Mean – Elle King
  9. Ain’t Gonna Drown – Elle King, Jeff Bhasker
  10. Jackson – Elle King, Amanda Ghost, Dave McCracken, Felipe Aparicio
  11. Make You Smile – Elle King, Garret “Jacknife” Lee
  12. See You Again – Elle King, Francis White

On July 4, 2005

On July 4, 2005, “Rough Trade” label released “Give Blood”, the debut Brakes studio album. It was recorded in January 2005, at Metropolis, and was produced by Iain Gore, Eamon Hamilton, Marc Beatty, Thomas White and Alex White.


  • Eamon Hamilton- vocals, guitar
  • Marc Beatty – bass guitar, lapsteel
  • Thomas White – electric guitar, percussion
  • Alex White – drums, piano
  • Matt Eaton – backing vocals
  • Liela Moss, Rose Elinor Dougall, Rebecca Stephens, Julia Clarke-Lowes – duet vocals
  • Iain Gore – mixing
  • Tim Young – mastering
  • Matt Paul, Fergus McHugh, Carlos Olmos – assistant engineering

Track listing:

All tracks by Eamon Hamilton, Marc Beatty, Thomas White and Alex White, except where noted.

  1. Ring a Ding Ding
  2. NY Pie
  3. The Most Fun
  4. Heard About Your Band
  5. What’s in It for Me? – Eamon Hamilton, Farmer, Eaton, Gray
  6. You’ll Always Have a Place to Stay
  7. Cheney
  8. I Can’t Stand to Stand Beside You
  9. Pick Up the Phone
  10. You’re So Pretty
  11. Jackson – Jerry Leiber, Billy Edd Wheeler
  12. All Night Disco Party
  13. Hi How Are You
  14. Comma Comma Comma Full Stop
  15. Sometimes Always – William Reid
  16. Fell in Love with a Girl


On May 5, 1973.

There Goes Rhymin' Simon

On May 5, 1973, “Columbia” label released “There Goes Rhymin’ Simon”, the third Paul Simon solo studio album. It was recorded September 1972 – January 1973, at “Columbia Studios” in New York City, “Malaco Recording Studios” in Jackson, Mississippi, “Muscle Shoals Sound Studio” in Sheffield, Alabama and “Morgan Studios” in London, and was produced by Paul Simon, Phil Ramone, Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, Paul Samwell-Smith and Roy Halee.


  • Paul Simon– vocals, guitar
  • Pete Carr– acoustic and  electric guitar
  • Jimmy Johnson– electric guitar
  • Cornell Dupree– guitar
  • Alexander Gafa – guitar
  • David Spinozza– guitar
  • Jerry Puckett – guitar
  • David Hood– bass guitar
  • Gordon Edwards – bass guitar
  • Bob Cranshaw– bass guitar
  • Vernie Robbins – bass guitar
  • Richard Davis– double bass
  • Barry Beckett– keyboard; piano; vibraphone
  • Paul Griffin– piano
  • Bobby James– keyboard
  • Bobby Scott– piano
  • Carson Witsett – organ
  • Don Elliott– vibraphone
  • Roger Hawkins– drums; percussion , tambourine
  • Rick Marotta– drums
  • Grady Tate– drums
  • James Stroud– drums
  • Airto Moreira– percussion
  • The Onward Brass Band– horns
  • The Dixie Hummingbirds– group vocals
  • Claude Jeter– falsetto vocals
  • Maggie and Terre Roche– backing vocals
  • Allen Toussaint– horn arrangements
  • Quincy Jones– string arrangements
  • Del Newman – string arrangements
  • Uncredited – flute

Track listing:

Al tracks by Paul Simon.

  1. Kodachrome
  2. Tenderness
  3. Take Me to the Mardi Gras
  4. Something So Right
  5. One Man’s Ceiling Is Another Man’s Floor
  6. American Tune
  7. Was a Sunny Day
  8. Learn How to Fall
  9. Judy’s Comet
  10. Loves Me Like a Rock

On June 25, 2009.


On June 25, 2009, Michael Joseph Jackson died aged 50. Being singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer, and actor, he was called the “King of Pop” and is regarded as one of the most important artists in the history of the popular music and culture. His 1982 album “Thriller” is the best-selling album of all time and the video clips for his songs “Beat It”, “Billie Jean” and “Thriller” turned down the racial barriers and transformed the music videos into an art form. Jackson is the most awarded artists in the history of the modern music – he was inducted into the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”, he was inducted into the “Songwriters Hall of Fame” and in to the “Dance Hall of Fame” as the first and only dancer from pop and rock music. He is multiple winner of “Guinness World Records”, he won thirteen “Grammy Awards”, the “Grammy Legend Award”, the “Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award”, twenty six “American Music Awards”, he was voted the “Artist of the Century” and “Artist of the 1980s”. In his solo career, Jackson had thirteen number-one singles in the US, he is the only artist to have top ten singles in the “Billboard Hot 100” and sold more than four hundred millions records worldwide. For his humanitarian job and activities, in 2000, Jackson was recognized by the “Guinness World Records” as the most humanitarian entertainer in the history, supporting 39 various charities.