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On July 16, 1982.

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.

Personnel:

  • 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

 Track listing:

All tracks by Warren Zevon, except where noted.

  1. The Envoy
  2. The Overdraft – Thomas McGuane, Warren Zevon
  3. The Hula Hula Boys
  4. Jesus Mentioned
  5. Let Nothing Come Between You
  6. Ain’t That Pretty at All – LeRoy Marinell, Warren Zevon
  7. Charlie’s Medicine
  8. Looking for the Next Best Thing – Kenny Edwards, LeRoy Marinell, Warren Zevon

On June 24, 1980.

On June 24, 1980, “Asylum” label released “Hold Out”, the sixth Jackson Browne album. It was recorded 1979 – 1980, at “The Sound Factory”, “Record One” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Jackson Browne and Greg Ladanyi.

Personnel:

  • Jackson Browne – lead vocals, acoustic piano, guitar
  • David Lindley– electric guitar, lap steel guitar
  • Craig Doerge– acoustic piano, Hammond organ, string synthesizer, Fender Rhodes, Wurlitzer electric piano
  • Bill Payne– Hammond organ, string synthesizer
  • Bob Glaub– bass guitar
  • Russ Kunkel– drums
  • Rick Marotta– hi-hat, tom-toms, drums
  • Joe Lala– percussion
  • Danny Kortchmar– maracas
  • Rosemary Butler– background vocals
  • Doug Haywood – background vocals
  • Rusty Conway, Donald Miller – production assistant
  • Greg Ladanyi – engineer
  • Brent Averill, Niko Bolas, James Ledner, Jim Nipar, Sergio Reyes, Karen Siegal, George Ybarra – assistant engineer
  • Buford Jones – mixing
  • Doug Sax– mastering
  • Dawn Patrol – album cover
  • Jimmy Wachtel – design, photography

 Track listing:

All tracks by Jackson Browne except where noted.

  1. Disco Apocalypse
  2. Hold Out
  3. That Girl Could Sing
  4. Boulevard
  5. Of Missing Persons
  6. Call It a Loan – Jackson Browne, David Lindley
  7. Hold On Hold Out – Jackson Browne, Craig Doerge

On June 18, 1973.

On June 18, 1973, “ABC – Dunhill” label released “The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get”, the second Joe Walsh studio album. It was recorded 1972 – 1973 and was produced by Joe Walsh and Bill Szymczyk.

Personnel:

  • Joe Walsh– lead and backing vocals, guitars, keyboards, synthesizer
  • Kenny Passarelli– lead and backing vocals, bass, guitar
  • Joe Vitale– lead and backing, drums, percussion, piano, keyboards, flute
  • Rocke Grace – lead and backing vocals, keyboards
  • Joe Lala– percussion
  • Venetta Fields– backing vocals
  • Clydie King– backing vocals
  • Bill Szymczyk– engineering, mixing
  • Mike D. Stone– engineering
  • Ronnie Alpert – engineering
  • Al Blazek – engineering
  • Jimmy Wachtel– album design
  • Bob Jenkins– photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Walsh, except where noted.

  1. Rocky Mountain Way – Joe Walsh, Joe Vitale, Kenny Passarelli, Rock Grace
  2. Book Ends – Joe Vitale
  3. Wolf
  4. Midnight Moodies – Rocke Grace
  5. Happy Ways – Kenny Passarelli, Bernard Zoloth
  6. Meadows
  7. Dreams
  8. Days Gone By – Joe Vitale
  9. Day Dream (Prayer)

 

On June 6, 1989.

On June 6, 1989, “Elektra” label released “World in Motion”, the ninth Jackson Browne album. It was recorded in 1988, at “Groove Masters” in Santa Monica, CA, “The Power Station” in New York City, “Island Studios” in London, “Studio Devout” in  Paris, and was produced by Jackson Browne and Scott Thurston.

Personnel:

  • Jackson Browne – lead vocals, lead, resonator and baritone guitar, piano, baritone guitar, keyboards, drum programming
  • Craig Doerge– keyboards
  • Doug Haywood – keyboards, organ, harmony vocals
  • Ray Lema– keyboards, harmony vocals
  • Jorge Strunz – acoustic gut-string guitar
  • Scott Thurston– bass, keyboards, guitar, harmony vocals
  • Bob Glaub– bass guitar, guitar
  • Kevin Dukes– guitar, acoustic and electric guitar
  • David Lindley– lap steel guitar
  • Yves N’Djock – guitar
  • Robbie Shakespeare– bass
  • Sly Dunbar– drums
  • Walfredo Reyes, Jr.– drums
  • Michael Jochum– drums, tom tom
  • Russ Kunkel– drums, drum programming
  • Alex Acuña– percussion
  • Brice Wouassy – percussion
  • Hugo Pedroza – charango, tiple
  • Salif Keita– Malian vocals
  • David Crosby– harmony vocals
  • Bonnie Raitt– harmony vocals
  • Lori B. Williams – harmony vocals
  • Drummie Zeb– harmony vocals
  • Djene Doumbouya – harmony vocals
  • Brinsley Dan Forde– harmony vocals
  • Tony Gad – harmony vocals
  • Bill Irvin – production assistant
  • James Geddes, Paul Smykle – engineer
  • Terry Becker, Jim Nipar, David Tickle, Phillippe Boisse, Roy Hendrickson – additional engineer
  • Scott Blockland, Ingmar Kiang – assistant engineer
  • Doug Sax– mastering
  • Ed Wong – technical engineer
  • Dawn Patrol, Jimmy Wachtel – art direction, design
  • Annie Leibovitz – photography
  • Francisco Letelier – paintings

Track listing:

All tracks by Jackson Browne except where noted:

  1. World in Motion – Jackson Browne, Craig Doerge
  2. Enough of the Night
  3. Chasing You into the Light
  4. How Long
  5. Anything Can Happen
  6. When the Stone Begins to Turn
  7. The Word Justice – Jackson Browne, Scott Thurston
  8. My Personal Revenge – Tomás Borge, Luis Enrique Mejía Godoy, translation by Jorge Calderón
  9. I Am a Patriot – Steven Van Zandt
  10. Lights and Virtues

 

On December 14, 1974.

On December 14, 1974, “ABC – Dunhill” label released “So What”, the third Joe Walsh studio album. It was recorded December 1973 – April 1974, and was produced by Joe Walsh, John Stronach and Bill Szymczyk.

Personnel:

  • Joe Walsh– lead and background vocals, synthesizer, bass, guitar, piano, Moog synthesizer, mellotron, ARP, photography
  • Jody Boyer – lead and background vocals
  • Dan Fogelberg– vocals, guitar
  • Glenn Frey– lead and background vocals
  • Guille Garcia – percussion, conga
  • Bryan Garofalo – lead and background vocals, bass
  • Ron Grinel – drums
  • Don Henley– vocals, background vocals
  • Russ Kunkel– drums
  • Randy Meisner– vocals, background vocals
  • Kenny Passarelli– vocals, bass
  • D. Souther– lead and background vocals, guitar
  • Leonard Southwick – harmonica
  • Tom Stephenson – organ, keyboards
  • John Stronach – vocals
  • Joe Vitale– flute, drums, keyboards
  • Al Blazk, John Stronach, Bill Szymczyk – engineer
  • John Stronach, Bill Szymczyk – mixing
  • Rick Collins – mastering
  • Jimmy Wachtel – design, artwork
  • Lorrie Sullivan – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Walsh, except where noted.

  1. Welcome to the Club
  2. Falling Down – Joe Walsh, Don Henley
  3. Pavanne for the Sleeping Beauty – Maurice Ravel
  4. Time Out – Joe Walsh, Terry Trebandt
  5. All Night Laundry Mat Blues
  6. Turn to Stone – Joe Walsh, Terry Trebandt
  7. Help Me Through the Night
  8. Country Fair
  9. Song for Emma

 

In September 1976.

In September 1976, “Columbia” label released “Private Eyes”, the second and the last Tommy Bolin album. It was recorded in June 1976, at “Cherokee Studios” in Los Angeles,and ”Trident Studios” in London, and was produced by Dennis MacKay, Tommy Bolin.

Personnel:

  • Tommy Bolin– guitars, keyboards, vocals, piano
  • Reggie McBride – bass, vocals
  • Mark Stein– keyboards, vocals
  • Carmine Appice– drums
  • Bobby Berge – percussion, drums
  • Bobbye Hall– percussion
  • Norma Jean Bell – percussion, vocals, saxophone
  • Del Newman – string arrangements
  • Engineered by Thomas La Tonore, Stephen W Tayler
  • Jimmy Wachtel – design

Track listing:

  1. Bustin’ Out for Rosey – Tommy Bolin
  2. Sweet Burgundy – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  3. Post Toastee – Tommy Bolin
  4. Shake the Devil – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  5. Gypsy Soul – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  6. Someday We’ll Bring Our Love Home – Tommy Bolin, John Tesar
  7. Hello, Again – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  8. You Told Me That You Loved Me –Tommy Bolin

 

In April 1981.

In April 1981, “Asylum” label released “El Rayo-X”, the debut David Lindley album. It was recorded in 1981, at “Record One” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Jackson Browne and Greg Ladanyi.

Personnel:

  • David Lindley – bass, fiddle, guitar, violin, guitars, vocals, whistle, bandurria, divan saz
  • Curt Bouterse – hammer dulcimer
  • Jackson Browne- vocals
  • Jorge Calderón- vocals
  • Bob Glaub- bass
  • Garth Hudson- horn, keyboards
  • Greg Ladanyi- engineer
  • Reggie McBride – bass
  • Bill Payne- organ, keyboards
  • Doug Sax- mastering
  • William D. “Smitty” Smith- organ, keyboards
  • Gloria Von Jansky – lettering
  • Jimmy Wachtel- art direction, design
  • Ian Wallace- drums
  • George Ybara – assistant
  • George “Ras Baboo” Pierre – percussion, timbales, vocals, accordion

Track listing:

  1. She Took Off My Romeos – Bob “Frizz” Fuller
  2. Bye Bye Love – Boudleaux Bryant, Felice Bryant
  3. Mercury Blues – C. Douglas, Bob Geddins
  4. Quarter of a Man – Bob “Frizz” Fuller
  5. Ain’t No Way – Bob “Frizz” Fuller
  6. Twist and Shout – Phil Medley, Bert Russell
  7. El Rayo-X – Jorge Calderón, David Lindley
  8. Your Old Lady – Elmo Glick, O’Kelly Isley, King Curtis
  9. Don’t Look Back – Smokey Robinson, Ronald White
  10. Petit Fleur – Solomon Feldthouse, Nancy Lindley
  11. Tu-Ber-Cu-Lucas and the Sinus Blues – Huey “Piano” Smith
  12. Pay the Man – David Lindley, George “Baboo” Pierre

On April 29, 1981.

Gary_U.S._Bonds_-_Dedication

On April 29, 1981, “EMI” label released “Dedication”,  the third Gary U.S. Bonds album. It was recorded in 1981, and was produced by Steven Van Zandt, Bruce Springsteen, Gary U.S. Bonds, Rob Parissi and Lanny Lambert.

Personnel:

  • Gary U.S. Bonds- lead vocals
  • Bruce Springsteen- guitars, background vocals
  • Steven Van Zandt- bass, fuzz bass, guitar, bongos, background vocals
  • Roy Bittan- keyboards
  • Clarence Clemons- saxophone, background vocals
  • Danny Federici- accordion, keyboards
  • Max Weinberg– drums
  • Chuck Jackson– vocals
  • Ben E. King– vocals
  • Ellie Greenwich- background vocals
  • Carol Williams – background vocals
  • John Clemente – bass
  • Rusty Cloud – keyboards
  • Luis Conte– guitar
  • Rick Gazda – trumpet, background vocals
  • Ula Hedwig – background vocals
  • Brenda Hilliard – background vocals
  • La Bamba– trombone
  • Eddie Manion- tenor saxophone
  • Mike Micara – drums
  • Rob Parissi – guitar
  • Michael Spengler – trumpet
  • Joey Stann- baritone saxophone, background vocals
  • Carole Sylvan – background vocals
  • Brenda Joyce Hillard – background vocals
  • Mikie Harris – background vocals
  • Larry Alexander – engineer
  • Tony Bongiovi – engineer
  • Bob Clearmountain– engineer
  • Neil Dorfsman– engineer
  • Larry Emerine – mastering
  • Stephen Marcussen – mastering
  • Garry Rindfuss – assistant engineer
  • Bill Scheniman – engineer
  • Garry Tallent – associate producer
  • Raymond Willhard – assistant engineer
  • Dave Greenberg – assistant engineer
  • Jimmy Wachtel- design, photography
  • Jeffry Hendirkcson – assistant engineer
  • Gloria Von Jansky – hand lettering
  • Dane Lawing – art direction

Track listing:

  1. Jole Blon – traditional arranged by  Michael Hurley, Moon Mullican
  2. This Little Girl – Bruce Springsteen
  3. Your Love- Bruce Springsteen
  4. Dedication – Bruce Springsteen
  5. Daddy’s Come Home – Steven Van Zandt
  6. It’s Only Love – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  7. The Pretender – Jackson Browne
  8. Way Back When – Gary U.S. Bonds, George Bruno
  9. From a Buick 6 – Bob Dylan
  10. Just Like a Child – Leroy Anderson, John Clemente, Lou Conte

 

On February 18, 1986.

Jackson_Browne_-_Lives_in_the_Balance

On February 18, 1986, “Asylum” released “Lives in the Balance”, the Jackson Browne eighth album. It was recorded in 1985, and was produced by Jackson Browne.

Personnel:

  • Jackson Browne – acoustic guitar,  guitar,  piano,  keyboards, vocals, harmony vocals, gut string guitar, vocoder
  • Jorge Calderón– bass, vocals, harmony vocals, gut string guitar
  • Phil Chen– bass
  • Jennifer Condos – bass
  • Quique Cruz – percussion, zampona
  • Deborah Dobkin – vocals, harmony vocals, gut string guitar
  • Craig Doerge– synthesizer, keyboards
  • Kevin Dukes– guitar
  • Bob Glaub– bass
  • Doug Haywood – bass, vocals
  • Jim Keltner– drums
  • Phil Kenzie – alto saxophone
  • Danny “Kootch” Kortchmar– guitar, percussion
  • Russ Kunkel– drums
  • Bernie Larsen – organ, guitar, clavinet
  • David Lindley– guitar, violin, steel guitar
  • Steve Lukather– guitar
  • Stan Lynch– drums
  • Kevin McCormick – guitar, vocals, harmony vocals, gut string guitar
  • Ian McLagan– organ, keyboards
  • Gary Myrick – guitar
  • Bill Payne– synthesizer, piano, keyboards
  • Hugo Pedroza – charango, tiple
  • Bonnie Raitt– vocals, harmony vocals, gut string guitar
  • Walfredo Reyes, Jr.– conductor, conga, drum set
  • Mindy Sterling – vocals, gut string guitar, harmony
  • Jorge Strunz – acoustic guitar, guitar, nylon string guitar
  • Rick Vito – guitar, vocals
  • Waddy Wachtel– guitar
  • Ian Wallace– drums
  • Jai Winding – organ, synthesizer, piano, keyboards
  • Dawn Patrol – art direction
  • Jimmy Wachtel– art direction

Track listing:

All tracks by Jackson Browne except where noted.

  1. For America
  2. Soldier of Plenty
  3. In the Shape of a Heart
  4. Candy – Greg Copeland, Wally Stocker
  5. Lawless Avenues – Jackson Browne, Jorge Calderon
  6. Lives in the Balance
  7. Till I Go Down
  8. Black and White