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On January 19, 2018.

On January 19, 2018, “Columbia” label released “Ruins”, the fourth First Aid Kit album. It was recorded in 2017, at “Flora Recording & Playback” in Portland, Oregon, and was produced Tucker Martine.

Personnel:

  • Klara Söderberg – vocals, guitar
  • Johanna Söderberg – vocals, keyboards, autoharp, bass
  • Peter Buck – acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin
  • Tucker Martine – choir, tambourine, noise, drums, percussion, engineer
  • Eli Moore – choir, acoustic and electric guitar, dulcimer, piano, pump organ
  • Steve Moore – choir, piano, keyboards, organ, synthesizer, marxophone, melodica, trombone
  • Justin Chase – choir, keyboards, assistant engineer
  • Benkt Söderberg – choir, electric guitar
  • McKenzie Smith – choir, drums, percussion
  • Glenn Kotche – drums, percussion
  • Melvin Duffy – pedal steel
  • Paul Brainard – trumpet
  • Patti King – violin
  • Eyvind Kang – viola
  • Kyleen King – viola
  • Anna Fritz – cello
  • Anna Söderberg – choir
  • Isak Söderberg – choir
  • Mikael Tot – choir
  • Laura Veirs – choir
  • Michael Finn – choir, engineer
  • EE Storey – artwork, design
  • Lauren Dukoff – photography
  • Jason Quigley – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Klara Söderberg and Johanna Söderberg.

  1. Rebel Heart
  2. It’s a Shame
  3. Fireworks
  4. Postcard
  5. To Live a Life
  6. My Wild Sweet Love
  7. Distant Star
  8. Ruins
  9. Hem of Her Dress
  10. Nothing Has to Be True

 

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On January 19, 2018.

On January 19, 2018, “Idlewild” label released “I Like Fun”, the twentieth They Might Be Giants studio album. It was recorded in April 2017, and was produced by Pat Dillett, John Flansburgh and John Linnell.

Personnel:

  • John Flansburgh– vocals, guitars
  • John Linnell– vocals, keyboards, woodwinds
  • Marty Beller– drums, percussion
  • Danny Weinkauf– bass
  • Dan Miller– guitars
  • Curt Ramm – trumpet
  • Chris Anderson – mellotron
  • Pat Dillett– mixing
  • James Yost – engineering
  • UE Nastasi – mastering
  • Paul Sahre– design
  • Joe Hollier – photography

Track listing:

All tracks written by John Flansburgh and John Linnell, except where noted.

  1. Let’s Get This Over With
  2. I Let My Body
  3. All Time What
  4. By the Time You Get This
  5. An Insult to the Fact Checkers
  6. Bluebeard
  7. I Like Fun
  8. Push Back the Hands
  9. This Microphone
  10. The Bright Side
  11. When the Lights Come On
  12. Lake Monsters
  13. McCafferty’s Bib

On January 19, 1987.

On January 19, 1987, “Slash” label released “By the Light of the Moon”, the fourth Los Lobos album. It was recorded in 1987, at “Sunset Sound” in Los Angeles, and was produced by T-Bone Burnett, David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, Conrad Lozano, Louie Pérez and Steve Berlin.

Personnel:

  • David Hidalgo– lead vocals, guitars, accordion, six-string bass, lap steel, violin, hidalguera, percussion
  • Cesar Rosas– lead vocals, guitars, bajo sexto, mandolin, vihuela
  • Conrad Lozano– vocals, Fender electric bass, acoustic bass, guitarrón
  • Louie Pérez– drums, guitars, tenor longneck plecktrum, hidalguera
  • Steve Berlin– tenor and baritone saxophones, harmonica
  • Alex Acuña– percussion
  • T-Bone Burnett– vocals
  • Mickey Curry– drums
  • Anton Fier– drums
  • Mitchell Froom– keyboards
  • Ron Tutt– drums
  • Bernie Grundman– mastering
  • Larry Hirsch – recording, mixing
  • David Glover, Mike Kloster, Stephen Shelton, Jimmy Preziosi, Doug Schwartz, Tony Chiappa, Magic Moreno – assistant recording
  • Mark Linett – remixing
  • Jeff Price, Jeri McManus – art direction
  • Lendon Flanagan – photography

Track listing:

  1. One Time One Night – David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez
  2. Shakin’ Shakin’ Shakes – Cesar Rosas, T-Bone Burnett
  3. Is This All There Is? – David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez
  4. Prenda Del Alma – traditional
  5. All I Wanted to Do Was Dance – David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez, T-Bone Burnett
  6. Set Me Free (Rosa Lee) – Cesar Rosas
  7. The Hardest Time – David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez
  8. My Baby’s Gone – Cesar Rosas
  9. River of Fools – David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez
  10. The Mess We’re In – David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez
  11. Tears of God – David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez

On January 19, 1982.

On January 19, 1982, “Epitaph Records” label released “How Could Hell Be Any Worse?”, the debut Bad Religion album. It was recorded October–November 1980 and January 1981, at “Track Record Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Greg Graffin, Brett Gurewitz, Jay Bentley and Pete Finestone.

Personnel:

  • Greg Graffin– vocals
  • Brett Gurewitz– guitars
  • Jay Bentley– bass
  • Pete Finestone- drums
  • Jay Ziskrout- drums
  • Greg Hetson- guitar solo
  • Edward Colver– cover photography
  • Gustave Dore – back cover illustrations

Track listing:

  1. We’re Only Gonna Die – Greg Graffin
  2. Latch Key Kids – Greg Graffin
  3. Part III – Jay Bentley
  4. Faith in God – Greg Graffin
  5. Fuck Armageddon…This Is Hell – Greg Graffin
  6. Pity – Greg Graffin
  7. In the Night – Brett Gurewitz
  8. Damned to Be Free – Greg Graffin
  9. White Trash (2nd Generation) – Brett Gurewitz
  10. American Dream – Brett Gurewitz
  11. Eat Your Dog – Greg Graffin
  12. Voice of God Is Government – Jay Bentley
  13. Oligarchy – Brett Gurewitz
  14. Doing Time – Brett Gurewitz

 

On January 19, 1970.

On January 19, 1970, “Polskie Nagrania Muza” label released “Enigmatic”, the fourth Czesław Niemen album. It was recorded in 1969, and was produced by Zofia Gajewska.

  • Czesław Niemen– vocal, Hammond organ
  • Michał Urbaniak– tenor saxophone, flute
  • Zbigniew Namysłowski– alto saxophone
  • Janusz Zieliński– bass
  • Tomasz Jaśkiewicz– guitar
  • Czesław Bartkowski– drums
  • Zbigniew Sztyc– tenor saxophone
  • Alibabki– background vocals
  • Jacek Złotkowski – engineer
  • Marian Sanecki – photography

Track listing:

All music by Czesław Niemen, lyrics as noted.

  1. Bema pamięci żałobny rapsod – lyrics by Cyprian Kamil Norwid
  2. Jednego serca – lyrics by Adam Asnyk
  3. Kwiaty ojczyste – lyrics by Tadeusz Kubiak
  4. Mów do mnie jeszcze – lyrics by Kazimierz Przerwa-Tetmajer

On January 19, 2015.

girls-in-peace-time-want-to-dance

On January 19, 2015, “Matador” label released “Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance”, the ninth Belle and Sebastian studio album. It was recorded in 2014, in Atlanta, Georgia, and was produced by Ben H. Allen III.

Personnel:

  • Stuart Murdoch– vocals, electric and acoustic guitar, keyboards
  • Stevie Jackson– vocals, electric and acoustic guitar
  • Chris Geddes– keyboards
  • Richard Colburn– drums, percussion
  • Sarah Martin– keyboards, electric and acoustic guitar, vocals
  • Bobby Kildea– guitar, bass
  • Dave McGowan – bass, guitar, keyboards
  • Erica Burton – viola
  • Dan Lawonn – cello
  • Joe Grandsen – trumpet
  • Kevin Hyde – trombone
  • Will Scruggs – saxophones
  • The Laurels String Quartet – strings
  • Josh Misner – violin
  • Jesse Peterson – violin
  • Dave McGowan – bass
  • Dee Dee Penny – vocals
  • Natsha Evans – background vocals
  • Alfreda Gerald – background vocals
  • Tanya Smith – background vocals
  • Charles Antonio Hightower – background vocals
  • Ben H. Allen III – percussion, synthesizer, mixing, programming
  • Andy Thompson – engineer, string arrangements
  • Bo Bodnar – engineer
  • Summer Jones – engineer
  • Jason Kingsland – engineer, mixing
  • Frank Arkwright – mastering
  • Tony Doogan – mixing
  • Adam Klafke – studio assistant
  • Zach Pyles – studio assistant
  • John Rosser – studio assistant
  • Ryan Wright – studio assistant
  • Bill Zimmerman – studio asistant
  • Katherine Heath – illustrations
  • Emma Howlett – sleeve design
  • Stuart Murdoch – photography
  • Suzie Beith – photo assistant
  • Marisa Privitera – photo assistance
  • Monica Tannian – session coordinator

Track listing:

All tracks by Stuart Murdoch, Stevie Jackson , Chris Geddes, Richard Colburn, Sarah Martin, Bobby Kildea and Dave McGowan

  1. Nobody’s Empire
  2. Allie
  3. The Party Line
  4. The Power of Three
  5. The Cat with the Cream
  6. Enter Sylvia Plath
  7. The Everlasting Muse
  8. Perfect Couples
  9. Ever Had a Little Faith?
  10. Play for Today
  11. The Book of You
  12. Today (This Army’s for Peace)

On January 19, 1993.

Juliet letters

On January 19, 1993, “Warner Bros” label released “The Juliet Letters”, the fourteen Elvis Costello studio album.  It was recorded in 1992, and was produced by The Brodsky Quartet, Elvis Costello and and Kevin Killen. The album instrumental backing is performed by The Brodsky String Quartet.

Personnel:

  • Declan MacManus (Elvis Costello)– vocal
  • Ian Belton– violin
  • Michael Thomas– violin
  • Paul Cassidy– viola
  • Jaqueline Thomas– cello

Track listing:

All tracks by Declan MacManus, except where noted.

  1. Deliver Us
  2. For Other Eyes – MacManus,Paul Cassidy, Marina Thomas
  3. Swine – Declan MacManus, Paul Cassidy
  4. Expert Rites
  5. Dead Letter – Paul Cassidy
  6. I Almost Had a Weakness – Declan MacManus, Michael Thomas
  7. Why? – Declan MacManus, Ian Belton
  8. Who Do You Think You Are? – Declan MacManus, Marina Thomas, Michael Thomas
  9. Taking My Life in Your Hands – Declan MacManus,Jaqueline Thomas, Marina.Thomas, Paul Cassidy
  10. This Offer Is Unrepeatable – Declan MacManus, Paul Cassidy, Ian Belton, Jaqueline Thomas, Michael Thomas
  11. Dear Sweet Filthy World – Declan MacManus, Ian Belton, Marina Thomas
  12. The Letter Home – Declan MacManus, Ian Belton, Paul Cassidy
  13. Jacksons, Monk and Rowe – Declan MacManus, Jaqueline Thomas, Michael Thomas
  14. This Sad Burlesque – Declan MacManus, Paul Cassidy
  15. Romeo’s Séance – Declan MacManus, Marina Thomas, Michael Thomas
  16. I Thought I’d Write to Juliet
  17. Last Post – Michael Thomas, traditional
  18. The First to Leave
  19. Damnation’s Cellar
  20. The Birds Will Still Be Singing