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On February 27, 1976.

On February 27, 1976, “Rolling Stones Records” released “Stone Alone”, the second Bill Wyman album. It was recorded in 1976 and was produced by Bill Wyman.


  • Bill Wyman – vocals, bass, acoustic and electric guitar, piano, tack piano, keyboards, percussion, horn arrangements, mixing
  • Van Morrison – acoustic guitar, harmonica, alto saxophone
  • John – piano, electric piano, organ, marimba
  • Ruth Pointer – vocals
  • Bonnie Pointer – vocals
  • Venetta Fields – vocals
  • Paula Harrison – vocals
  • Clydie King – vocals
  • Bonnie Pointer – vocals
  • Ron Wood – electric guitar
  • Jackie Clark – electric guitar
  • Danny Kortchmar – electric guitar
  • Bob Welch – acoustic and electric guitar
  • Joe Walsh – electric and slide guitar
  • Terry Taylor – electric and slide guitar
  • Nicky Hopkins – piano, keyboards
  • Joe Vitale – piano, electric piano, keyboards, drums
  • Mark Naftalin – piano, keyboards
  • Al Kooper – piano, keyboards
  • Paul Harris – organ, keyboards
  • Hubert Heard – organ, keyboards
  • Albhy Galuten – synthesizer
  • Jim Keltner – drums
  • Hubert Heard – drums, fiddle, pedal steel
  • Greg Errico – drums
  • Robert Greenidge – drums
  • Dallas Taylor – drums, percussion
  • Kwasi “Rocky” Dzidzornu – percussion
  • Guille Garcia – percussion
  • Emilio Castillo – horn, horn arrangements
  • Stephen “Doc” Kupka – horn, horn arrangements
  • Lenny Pickett – horn, horn arrangements
  • Mic Gillette – horn, horn arrangements
  • Mark Colby – horn, saxophone
  • Floyd Cooley – tuba
  • Craig Dentweiler – horn
  • Gary Kjellgren – engineer, mixing
  • Howard Albert – engineer
  • Ron Albert – engineer
  • Anita Wexler – mixing
  • Tom Dowd – mixing
  • Tom Moulton – mixing
  • Dennis King – mastering
  • Bill King – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Bill Wyman, except where noted.

  1. A Quarter to Three – Gene Barge, Gary “U.S.” Bonds, Frank Guida, Joseph Royster
  2. Gimme Just One Chance
  3. Soul Satisfying
  4. Apache Woman
  5. Every Sixty Seconds
  6. Get It On
  7. Feet – Danny Kortchmar
  8. Peanut Butter Time
  9. Wine and Wimmen
  10. If You Wanna Be Happy – Carmela Guida, Frank Guida, Joseph Royster
  11. What’s the Point
  12. No More Foolin’

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.


  • 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


On October 29, 1987.

On October 29, 1987, “Warner Bros” label released “Got Any Gum?” the eighth Joe Walsh. It was recorded in 1987, at “Ardent Recordings” and “Alpha Sound” in  Memphis, Tennessee, and was produced by Terry Manning.


  • Joe Walsh– lead and background vocals; guitar; synthesizer; keyboards
  • Terry Manning– keyboards; E-mu Emulator; piano; backing vocals, engin
  • Dave Cochran – bass guitar
  • Chad Cromwell– drums; percussion
  • Mark Rivera– saxophone
  • Rick Rosas(credited as Rick the Bass Player) – bass guitar
  • Jimi Jamison– backing vocalseer
  • D. Souther(credited as John David Souther) – backing vocals, vocal arrangements
  • Kevin Allison– production coordination
  • David “Snake” Reynolds – assistant engineer
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering
  • Kevin Allison – equipment technician
  • Alan Wyse – synthesizer programming
  • Carole Manning – art direction; photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Walsh, except where noted.

  1. The Radio Song
  2. Fun – Joe Walsh, Joe Vitale
  3. In My Car – Joe Walsh, Richard Starkey, Mo Foster
  4. Malibu – Joe Walsh, Joe Vitale
  5. Half of the Time
  6. Got Any Gum? – Terry Manning, Joe Walsh
  7. Up to Me
  8. No Peace in the Jungle – Tommy Dean
  9. Memory Lane
  10. Time


On June 18, 1976.

On June 18, 1976, “Riva” label released “A Night on the Town”, the seventh Rod Stewart album. It was recorded December 1975 – April 1976, at “Cherokee Recording Studios” in Hollywood, “Muscle Shoals Sound” in Sheffield, “Criteria” in  Miami” in Nederland, CO, and was produced by Tom Dowd. The cover art is based on Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s painting “Bal du moulin de la Galette”.


  • Rod Stewart – vocals
  • Donald Dunn, Bob Glaub, David Hood, Willie Weeks, Lee Sklar– bass guitar
  • Steve Cropper, Billy Peek, Joe Walsh, Jesse Ed Davis, David Lindley, Fred Tackett– guitar
  • John Barlow Jarvis, David Foster, Barry Beckett, J. Smith – keyboards
  • Roger Hawkins, Andy Newmark, Al Jackson Jr., Rick Shlosser– drums
  • Tommy Vig, Joe Lala– percussion
  • Jimmy Horowitz, Mel Lewis, Arif Mardin– string arrangements
  • Tower of Power Horn section – French horn
  • Jerry Jumonville, Plas Johnson– tenor saxophone

Track listing:

All tracks by Rod Stewart, except where noted.

Slow Side

  1. Tonight’s the Night (Gonna Be Alright)
  2. The First Cut Is the Deepest – Cat Stevens
  3. Fool for You
  4. The Killing of Georgie (Part I and II)

Fast Side

  1. The Balltrap
  2. Pretty Flamingo – Mark Barkan
  3. Big Bayou – Gib Guilbeau
  4. The Wild Side of Life – Arlie Carter, William Warren
  5. Trade Winds – Ralph MacDonald, William Salter

On June 6, 2019.

On June 6, 2019, Malcolm John Rebennack aka Dr. John, died aged 77. He was singer – songwriter and musician (piano, keyboards and guitar), regarded as one of the greatest New Orleans music icons. He had successful solo career and performed and recorded with many famous musicians and bands, including Art Blakey, Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band, Van Morrison, Dan Auerbach, Eric Clapton, Bob Seger, Joe Walsh, Canned Heat, The Rolling Stones, Mike Bloomfield, Spiritualized, David Newman, Ray Anderson, Levon Helm, John Hammond, Gregg Allman, Papa John Creach, Bennie Wallace, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Harry Connick Jr., Hank Crawford, Jimmy Smith, Jools Holland, Steve Tyrell, B. B. King and Marcus Miller. Dr. John won six “Grammy Awards”, and was inducted into the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” in 2011. In May 2013, he received honorary doctorate of fine arts from “Tulane University.

On March 10, 1981.

On March 10, 1981, “Asylum” label released “On There Goes the Neighborhood”, the fifth Joe Walsh album. It was recorded October – November 1980, and was produced by Joe Walsh and George “Chocolate” Perry.


  • Joe Walsh– vocals, guitars, piano, synthesizer, bass guitar
  • Don Felder– guitar, pedal steel, backing vocals
  • Joe Vitale– drums, keyboards, flute
  • Victor Feldman– percussion
  • Russ Kunkel– percussion
  • David Lindley– percussion, violin, backing vocals
  • Bob Mayo– guitar
  • Kenny Passarelli– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • George “Chocolate” Perry– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Tom Stephenson – keyboards
  • Timothy B. Schmit– backing vocals
  • Jody Boyer – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Walsh, except where noted.

  1. Things
  2. Made Your Mind Up
  3. Down on the Farm
  4. Rivers (Of the Hidden Funk) – Joe Walsh, Don Felder
  5. A Life of Illusion – Kenny Passarelli, Joe Walsh
  6. Bones
  7. Rockets
  8. You Never Know

On January 12, 2010.

On January 12, 2010, “Hip-O” and “UMe” labels released “Y Not”, the 16th Ringo Starr studio album. It was recorded in 2009, and was produced by Ringo Starr and Bruce Sugar.


  • Ringo Starr– lead and backing vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboards, piano, drums, percussion
  • Steve Dudas – guitar
  • Benmont Tench– Hammond organ, piano
  • Michael Bradford– bass guitar
  • Bruce Sugar – keyboards, engineer
  • Keith Allison – guitar, backing vocals
  • Don Was– bass guitar, upright bass
  • Joe Walsh– guitar, bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Dave Stewart– guitar
  • Paul McCartney– bass guitar, additional vocals
  • Billy Squier– guitar
  • Edgar Winter– horns, tenor and alto saxophones, backing vocals
  • Joss Stone– lead vocals
  • Ben Harper– backing vocals
  • Richard Marx– backing vocals
  • Ann Marie Calhoun– violin
  • Tina Sugandh– tabla, chanting
  • Cindy Gomez– backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Fill in the Blanks – Richard Starkey, Joe Walsh
  2. Peace Dream – Richard Starkey, Gary Wright, Gary Nicholson
  3. The Other Side of Liverpool – Richard Starkey, Dave Stewart
  4. Walk with You – Richard Starkey, Van Dyke Parks
  5. Time – Richard Starkey, Dave Stewart
  6. Everyone Wins – Richard Starkey, Johnny Warman
  7. Mystery of the Night – Richard Starkey, Richard Marx
  8. Can’t Do It Wrong – Richard Starkey, Gary Burr
  9. Y Not – Richard Starkey, Glen Ballard
  10. Who’s Your Daddy – Richard Starkey, Joss Stone