On January 24, 2019, “Crush Music” and “Atlantic” labels released the self-titled, twelfth Weezer studio album (known as Teal Album). It was recorded in 2018, and was produced by Mark Rankin, Rivers Cuomo, Patrick Wilson, Brian Bell and Scott Shriner.
Rivers Cuomo – lead and backing vocals, lead guitar, piano, keyboards
Brian Bell – lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards
Scott Shriner – bass, backing vocals
Patrick Wilson – drums, percussion, backing vocals
Mark Rankin – engineer, mixing
Jason Clark – engineer
Suzy Shinn – vocal engineer
Eric Boulanger – mastering
Africa – David Paich, Jeff Porcaro
Everybody Wants to Rule the World – Roland Orzabal, Ian Stanley, Chris Hughes
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) – Annie Lennox, David A. Stewart
Take on Me – Magne Furuholmen, Morten Harket, Pål Waaktaar
Happy Together – Alan Gordon, Garry Bonner
Paranoid – Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi, Ozzy Osborne, Bill Ward
Mr. Blue Sky – Jeff Lynne
Np Scrubs – Kevin Briggs, Kandi Burruss, Tameka Cottle, Lisa Lopes
Billie Jean – Michael Jackson
Stand by Me – Ben E. King, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
In April 1977, “Arista” label released “Boats Against the Current”, the second Eric Carmen studio album. It was recorded in 1977, at “Crystal Sound” and “Studio 55” in Los Angeles, “Sound Factory” in Hollywood, “Brother Studio” in Santa Monica, and was produced by Eric Carmen.
Eric Carmen – lead vocals, acoustic piano, synthesizers, 12 string acoustic guitar, electric guitar, conductor, electric harpsichord, drums, percussion, backing vocals, arrangements
Andrew Gold – electric guitar solo, electric guitar
Richard Reising – acoustic and electric guitar, acoustic piano, backing vocals
Richie Zito – acoustic and electric guitar, backing vocals
In July 1979, “Portrait” label released “Dream of a Child”, the third Burton Cummings studio album. It was recorded in 1979, at “Studio 55”, “Cherokee Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Burton Cummings.
Burton Cummings – vocals, grand piano, piano, synthesizer, clavinet, percussion
Randy Bachman – acoustic and electric guitars, percussion
On April 15, 1982, “Columbia” label released “Lite Me Up”, the 28th Herbie Hancock album. It was recorded 1981 – 1982, at “George Massenburg Studio” in Los Angeles, “El Dorado Studios” in Hollywood, “Garden Rake Studios”, and was produced by Herbie Hancock, Jay Graydon and Narada Michael Walden.
On June 17, 1992, “Elektra” label released “Brasileiro”, the 37th Sérgio Mendes album. It was recorded April – October 1991, and was produced by Sérgio Mendes. In 1993, “Brasileiro” won “Grammy Award” for “BestWorld Music Album”.
Sérgio Mendes – lead and background vocals, keyboards, synthesizer, percussion, arranger, liner notes
On November 17, 1975, “Nemperor Records” label released “Teaser”, the debut Tommy Bolin album. It was recorded in July 1975 at “The Record Plant” in Los Angeles, “Electric Lady Studios” in New York City, “Trident Studios” in London, and was produced by Tommy Bolin and Lee Kiefer.
Tommy Bolin – lead vocals, guitar
Stanley Sheldon – bass
Paul Stallworth – bass
Dave Foster – piano, synthesizer
Jan Hammer – synthesizer, drums
Ron Fransen – piano
David Sanborn – saxophone
Jeff Porcaro – drums
Prairie Prince – drums
Michael Walden – drums
Bobbie Berge – drums
Phil Collins – percussion
Sammy Figueroa – percussion
Rafael Cruz – percussion
Dave Brown – background vocals
Lee Kiefer – background vocals
The Grind – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook, Stanley Sheldon, John Tesar
On July 16, 1982, “Asylum” label released “The Envoy”, the fifth Warren Zevon studio album. It was recorded in 1981, at “Record One” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Warren Zevon, Greg Ladanyi, and Waddy Wachtel.
Warren Zevon– vocals, guitar, piano, synthesizer, electric piano
Waddy Wachtel– guitar, percussion, harmony vocals
David Landau – guitar, backing vocals
Leland Sklar– bass guitar
Jeff Porcaro– drums, log drums, puili sticks
Don Henley– harmony vocals
Lindsey Buckingham– harmony vocals
Jim Horn– recorders, saxophone
Jordan Zevon– harmony vocals
Steve Lukather– guitar
Jorge Calderón– harmony vocals
Danny Kortchmar– guitar
LeRoy Marinell – guitar
Mike Botts– drums
Steve Forman – percussion
D. Souther– backing and harmony vocals
Bob Glaub– bass guitar
Rick Marotta– drums
Kenny Edwards– bass guitar
Graham Nash– harmony vocals
Russ Kunkel– drums
Jamie Ledner, Wayne Tadouye – engineers
Jimmy Wachtel– design, cover photography
All tracks by Warren Zevon, except where noted.
The Overdraft – Thomas McGuane, Warren Zevon
The Hula Hula Boys
Let Nothing Come Between You
Ain’t That Pretty at All – LeRoy Marinell, Warren Zevon
Looking for the Next Best Thing – Kenny Edwards, LeRoy Marinell, Warren Zevon
On May 21, 1985, “Warner Bros” label released “The Confessor”, the seventh Joe Walsh studio album. It was recorded in 1984 at “Goodnight L.A Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Keith Olsen and Joe Walsh.
Joe Walsh- lead vocals, lead guitar, synthesizer, bass guitar, talk box
On May 14, 1981, “A&M” label released “Breaking All the Rules”, the seventh Peter Frampton studio album. It was recorded 1979 – 1981, at “The Charlie Chaplin Sound Stage”, “A & M Studios”, and was produced by Peter Frampton, David Kershenbaum, Chris Kimsey and Harvey Goldberg.
Peter Frampton – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Steve Lukather- guitar
John Regan- bass guitar
Arthur Stead- piano, synthesizer, electric piano, organ, Fender Rhodes
Jeff Porcaro- drums, percussion
All tracks by Peter Frampton except where noted.
Dig What I Say
I Don’t Wanna Let You Go
Rise Up – Alessi Brothers
Wasting the Night Away
Going to L.A.
You Kill Me
Friday on My Mind – George Young, Harry Vanda
Lost a Part of You
Breaking All the Rules – Peter Frampton, Keith Reid