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On September 23, 2016.

On September 23, 2016, “Cooking Viny;” label released “Shine a Light: Field Recordings from the Great American Railroad”, an album of field recordings made by Billy Bragg and Joe Henry, as they performed in waiting rooms and trackside at railway stations on a journey between Chicago and Los Angeles in March 2016. The album was produced by Billy Brag and Joe Henry.

Personnel:

  • Billy Bragg – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar
  • Joe Henry – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, harmonica
  • Ryan Freeland – engineer, mixing

Track listing:

  1. Rock Island Line – traditional, arranged by Billy Bragg, Joe Henry
  2. The L&N Don’t Stop Here Any More – Jean Ritchie
  3. Midnight Special – Huddie Ledbetter
  4. Railroad Bill – traditional, arranged by Billy Bragg, Joe Henry
  5. Lonesome Whistle – Hank Williams; Jimmie Davis
  6. KC Moan – Tewee Blackman
  7. Waiting for a Train – Jimmie Rodgers
  8. In the Pines – traditional, arranged by Billy Bragg, Joe Henry
  9. Gentle on My Mind – John Hartford
  10. Hobo’s Lullaby – Goebel Reeves
  11. Railroading on the Great Divide – Sara Carter
  12. John Henry – traditional, arranged by Billy Bragg, Joe Henry
  13. Early Morning Rain – Gordon Lightfoot

In August 1973.

In August 1973, “Reprise” label released the self-titled, debut Maria Muldaur album. It was recorded in 1973, at “Warner Bros Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Lenny Waronker and Joe Boyd.

Personnel:

  • Maria Muldaur – vocals
  • Ry Cooder – acoustic guitar
  • Andrew Gold – acoustic guitar
  • David Nichtern – acoustic and electric guitar
  • Clarence White – acoustic guitar
  • David Lindley – Hawaiian guitar
  • Bill Keith – banjo, steel guitar
  • David Grisman – mandolin
  • Dr. John – keyboards, horn arrangements
  • Jim Dickinson – piano
  • Mark T. Jordan – piano
  • Spooner Oldham – piano
  • Greg Prestopino – vocal and background vocals, piano
  • James Gordon – organ, clarinet
  • Chris Ethridge – bass
  • Klaus Voormann – bass
  • Ray Brown – bass
  • Dave Holland – bowed bass
  • Jimmy Calhoun – bass
  • Tommy McClure – bass
  • Freebo – bass
  • Amos Garrett – vocals, bass, guitar
  • Jim Keltner – drums
  • Ed Shaughnessy – drums
  • John Boudreaux – drums
  • Jim Gordon – drums
  • Chris Parker – drums
  • Nick DeCaro – accordion, string arrangements
  • Jerry Jumonville – alto horn, horn arrangements
  • Artie Butler – alto horn, horn arrangements
  • Richard Greene – violin
  • Beryl Marriott – violin
  • Larry Packer – violin, viola
  • Karen Alexander – backing vocals
  • Gloria Jones – backing vocals
  • Ellen Kearney – backing vocals
  • Bettye LaVette – backing vocals
  • Jessica Smith – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Any Old Time – Jimmie Rodgers
  2. Midnight at the Oasis – David Nichtern
  3. My Tennessee Mountain Home – Dolly Parton
  4. I Never Did Sing You a Love Song – David Nichtern
  5. The Work Song – Kate McGarrigle
  6. Don’t You Feel My Leg (Don’t You Get Me High) – Blue Lu Barker, Danny Barker, J. Mayo Williams
  7. Walkin’ One and Only – Dan Hicks
  8. Long Hard Climb – Ron Davies
  9. Three Dollar Bill – Mac Rebennack
  10. Vaudeville Man – Wendy Waldman
  11. Mad Mad Me – Wendy Waldman

In July 1973.

In July 1973, “Atco” label released “Have a Good Time for Me”, the third Jonathan Edwards studio album. It was recorded in June 1973, at “Record Plant” in New York City, and was produced by Peter Casperson.

Personnel:

  • Jonathan Edwards – vocals, chorus, acoustic guitar, harmonica, tambourine, lettering
  • Stuart Schulman – electric bass guitar, violin, piano, chorus
  • Bill Keith– banjo, pedal steel guitar, chorus
  • Bill Elliot – piano, organ, chorus
  • George Grantham– drums, vibes, harmony
  • Richard Davis– acoustic double bass
  • David Bromberg– mandolin, dobro, electric guitar
  • Al Anderson– electric guitar
  • Eric Lilljequist – harmony, chorus
  • Keith Spring – string arrangements, conductor
  • Jay Messina – engineer
  • Kristine Weaver – photography
  • Ann Christopher – album design

 Track listing:

  1. Have Yourself a Good Time for Me – Eric Lilljequist
  2. King of Hearts – Joe Dolce
  3. Places I’ve Been – Eric Lilljequist
  4. I’m Alone – Eric Lilljequist
  5. Travelin’ Blues – Jimmie Rodgers, Shelly Lee Alley
  6. Rollin’ Along – Joe Dolce
  7. My Home Ain’t in the Hall of Fame – Joe Dolce
  8. Angelina – Malcolm McKinney
  9. Thirty Miles to Go – Malcolm McKinney
  10. Sit Down Rock and Roll Man – Eric Lilljequist
  11. When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder – James Milton Black

 

In February 1963.

In February 1963, “Columbia” label released “Blood, Sweat and Tears”, the fifteenth Johnny Cash album. It was recorded June – August 1962, and was produced by Don Law and Frank Jones.

Personnel:

  • Johnny Cash – guitar , vocals
  • The Carter Family- background vocals
  • Luther Perkins- guitar
  • Bob Johnson – guitar, banjo
  • Marshall Grant- bass
  • S. Holland- drums
  • Maybelle Carter- autoharp
  • Bill Pursell– piano
  • Frank Bez – photography

Track listing:

  1. The Legend of John Henry’s Hammer – Johnny Cash, June Carter
  2. Tell Him I’m Gone – Johnny Cash
  3. Another Man Done Gone – Vera Hall, Alan Lomax, John Lomax, Ruby Tartt, Johnny Cash
  4. Busted – Harlan Howard
  5. Casey Jones – traditional, arranged by Johnny Cash
  6. Nine Pound Hammer – Merle Travis
  7. Chain Gang – Harlan Howard
  8. Waiting for a Train – Jimmie Rodgers
  9. Roughneck – Sheb Wooley

In December 1981.

In December 1981, “Slash” label released the self-titled, second Blasters album. It was recorded in 1981, at “United Western Studios”, and was produced by Phil Alvin, Dane Alvin, Gene Taylor, John Bazz and Bill Baterman.

Personnel:

  • Phil Alvin – vocals, guitar
  • Dave Alvin – guitar
  • John Bazz – bass
  • Bill Bateman – drums
  • Gene Taylor – piano
  • Lee Allen– tenor saxophone
  • Steve Berlin- baritone sax
  • Roger Harris, Pat Burnette – engineers
  • David Ahlert – second engineer
  • Steve Bartel – art direction
  • Gustav Alsina – cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Dave Alvin, except where noted.

  1. Marie Marie
  2. No Other Girl
  3. I’m Shakin’ – Rudy Toombs
  4. Border Radio
  5. American Music
  6. So Long Baby Goodbye
  7. Hollywood Bed
  8. Never No Mo’ Blues – Elsie McWilliams, Jimmie Rodgers
  9. This is It
  10. Highway 61 – Albert Laundrew
  11. I Love You So – Bo Diddley
  12. Stop the Clock – Bob Ehret, Damon Robertson

In August 1969.

In August 1969, “Atlantic” label released the self-titled, second Boz Scaggs album. It was recorded in 1969, at “Muscle Shoals Sound Recorders” in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and was produced by Boz Scaggs, Marlin Greene and Jann Wenner. In 2012,  “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 496 on its list of  “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.

Personnel:

  • Boz Scaggs – guitar, vocals
  • Duane “Skydog” Allman– guitar, dobro, slide guitar
  • Eddie Hinton– guitar
  • Jimmy Johnson– guitar
  • David Hood– bass
  • Roger Hawkins– drums
  • Barry Beckett– keyboards
  • Al Lester – fiddle, violin
  • Joe Arnold, Charles Chalmers– tenor saxophone
  • James Mitchell, Floyd Newman– baritone saxophone
  • Ben Cauley– trumpet
  • Gene “Bowlegs” Miller– trombone, trumpet
  • Jeanie Greene, Mary Holliday, Donna Jean Godchauxnée, Thatcher, Joyce Dunn, Tracy Nelson, Imma Routen – background vocals
  • Engineer – Marlin Greene
  • Mastered by Rob Grenell
  • Design – Robert Kingsbury
  • Photography – Elaine Mayes
  • Inner liner photos – Stephen Paley

Track listing:

All tracks by Boz Scaggs; except where noted.

  1. I’m Easy – Boz Scaggs, Barry Beckett
  2. I’ll Be Long Gone
  3. Another Day (Another Letter)
  4. Now You’re Gone
  5. Finding Her
  6. Look What I Got – Charles Chalmers, Donna Rhodes
  7. Waiting for a Train – Jimmie Rodgers
  8. Loan Me a Dime – Fenton Robinson
  9. Sweet Release (aka Desolation Avenue) – Boz Scaggs, Barry Beckett

 

In April 1973.

In April 1973, “Fantasy” label released “The Blue Ridge Rangers”, the first John Fogerty solo album. It was recorded in 1973, and was produced by John Fogerty.

Personnel:

  • John Fogerty – vocals, guitar, keyboards, arrangements
  • Russ Gary – engineer
  • Skip Shimmin – engineer
  • Tony Lane – art direction
  • Bob Fogerty – photography

Track listing:

  1. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues – traditional
  2. Somewhere Listening (For My Name) – Archie Brownlee
  3. You’re the Reason – Fred Henley, Terry Fell, Mildred Imes, Bobby Edwards
  4. Jambalaya (On the Bayou) – Hank Williams
  5. She Thinks I Still Care – Dickey Lee Lipscomb, Steve Duffy
  6. California Blues (Blue Yodel #4) – Jimmie Rodgers
  7. Workin’ on a Building – traditional
  8. Please Help Me, I’m Falling – Don Robertson, Hal Blair
  9. Have Thine Own Way, Lord – Adelaide A. Pollard, George C. Stebbins
  10. I Ain’t Never – Mel Tillis, Webb Pierce
  11. Hearts of Stone – Rudy Jackson, Eddy Ray
  12. Today I Started Loving You Again – Merle Haggard, Bonnie Owens

On February 22, 1994.

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On February 22, 1994, “Flipside” label released “Stereopathetic Soulmanure”, the second Beck studio album.  It was recorded 1992 -1993, and was produced by Tom Grimley, Beck Hansen and Gus Hudson. The album consisted of home recordings, studio recordings, live performances, field recordings, sound collages, and abstract noise experiments.

Personnel:

  • Beck Hansen- vocals, banjo, bass, guitar
  • Ken ? – vocals
  • Bobby Hecksher- guitar
  • Leo LeBlanc- pedal steel
  • Rachel- drums
  • Rusty Cusak – engineer
  • Tom Grimley – engineer
  • Gibran Evans – design

. All tracks by Beck Hansen , except where noted.

  1. Pink Noise
  2. Rowboat
  3. Thunder Peel
  4. Waitin’ for a Train – Jimmie Rodgers
  5. The Spirit Moves Me
  6. Crystal Clear
  7. No Money No Honey
  8. ‘8.6.82
  9. Total Soul Future
  10. One Foot in the Grave
  11. Aphid Manure Heist
  12. Today Has Been a Fucked Up Day
  13. Rollins Power Sauce
  14. Puttin It Down
  15. 6.45
  16. Cut 1/2 Blues
  17. Jagermeister Pie
  18. Ozzy
  19. Dead Wild Cat
  20. Satan Gave Me a Taco
  21. 4.82′
  22. Tasergun
  23. Modesto
  24. Ken
  25. Bonus Noise