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On April 26, 1999.

On April 26, 1999, “Parlaphone” label released “Twisted Tenderness”, the third and final Electronic studio album. It was recorded in 1998, and was produced by Bernard Sumner, Johnny Marr and Arthur Baker.

Personnel:

  • Bernard Sumner – vocals, guitars, bass
  • Johnny Marr – vocals, guitars, bass, harmonica
  • Jimi Goodwin – bass, backing vocals
  • Ged Lynch – drums, percussion
  • Phil Spalding – bass
  • Arthur Baker – scratches, harmonica, keyboards
  • Merv de Peyer – keyboards, programming, mixing
  • Mac Quayle – keyboards, programming
  • Fridge – beats, effects
  • Jason Mad Doctor X – scratches
  • Lindsay Reed – backing vocals
  • Astrid Williamson – backing vocals
  • James Spencer – engineer
  • Darren Allison – engineer
  • James Spencer – mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Johnny Marr and Bernard Sumner, except where noted.

  1. Make It Happen
  2. Haze
  3. Vivid
  4. Breakdown
  5. Can’t Find My Way Home – Steve Winwood
  6. Twisted Tenderness
  7. Like No Other
  8. Late at Night
  9. Prodigal Son
  10. When She’s Gone
  11. Flicker

On April 15, 2003.

On April 15, 2003, “Ineffable” and “iMusic” labels released “Lullaby for Liquid Pig”, the tenth Lisa Germano album. It was recorded 2002 – 2003, and was produced by Jamie Candiloro, Joey Waronker and Lisa Germano.

Personnel:

  • Lisa Germano – vocals
  • Craig Ross – guitar
  • Johnny Marr – guitar
  • Neil Finn – keyboards
  • Sebastian Steinberg – bass
  • Butch Norton – drums
  • Joey Waronker – drums
  • Wendy Melvoin – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Lisa Germano.

  1. Nobody’s Playing
  2. Paper Doll
  3. Liquid Pig
  4. Pearls
  5. Candy
  6. Dream Glasses Off
  7. From a Shell
  8. It’s Party Time
  9. All the Pretty Lies
  10. Lullaby for Liquid Pig
  11. Into the Night
  12. ….to Dream

On November 17, 2014.

On November 17, 2014, “BMG Rights Management” label released “Avonmore”, the fifteenth Bryan Ferry studio album. It was recorded in 2014, and was produced by Bryan Ferry, Rhett Davies, Johnson Somerset, and Todd Terje.

Personnel:

  • Bryan Ferry – vocals, keyboards
  • Johnny Marr, Nile Rodgers, Neil Hubbard, Oliver Thompson, Chris Spedding, David Williams, Steve Jones, Jacob Quistgaard – guitar
  • Colin Good – piano
  • Paul Beard – keyboards
  • Maceo Parker – alto saxophone
  • Iain Dixon, Robert Fowler, Richard White – saxophone
  • Marcus Miller, Guy Pratt, Flea, Neil Jason – bass
  • Tara Ferry, Andy Newmark, Cherisse Osei – drums
  • Cherisse Osei – percussion
  • Frank Ricotti – percussions
  • John Moody – oboe
  • Richard White – saxophone
  • Enrico Tomass –  trumpet
  • Fonzi Thornton, Laura Mann, Emily Panic, Hannah Khemoh, Jodie Scantlebury, Bobbie Gordon – backing vocals
  • Todd Terje –  programming, synth

Track listing:

All tracks by Bryan Ferry, except where noted.

  1. Loop De Li
  2. Midnight Train
  3. Soldier of Fortune – Brian Ferry, Johnny Marr
  4. Drivig Me Wild
  5. A Special Kind of Guy
  6. Avonmore – Bryan Ferry, Oliver Thompson
  7. Lost
  8. One Night Stand
  9. Send in the Clowns – Stephen Sondheim
  10. Johnny and Mary – Robert Palmer

On August 15, 2000.

On August 15, 2000, “Castle Communications” label released “Crimson Moon”, the 21st Bert Jansch album. It was recorded 1999 – 2000, at Bert Jansch’s home studio, and was produced by Bert Jansch.

Personnel:

  • Bert Jansch – vocals, guitar
  • Johnny Marr- guitar, harmonica, backing vocals
  • Bernard Butler- guitar
  • Johnny “Guitar” Hodge- guitar, harmonica
  • Adam Jansch- bass
  • Makoto Sakamoto- drums, percussion
  • Loren Jansch- vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Bert Jansch except where noted.

  1. Caledonia
  2. Going Home
  3. Crimson Moon
  4. Downunder
  5. October Song – Robin Williamson
  6. Looking for Love
  7. Fool’s Mate
  8. The River Bank
  9. Omie Wise – traditional
  10. My Donald – Owen Hand
  11. Neptune’s Daughter
  12. Singing the Blues – Melvin Endsley

On July 8, 1996.

On July 8, 1996, “Parlaphone” label released “Raise the Pressure”, the second Electronic studio album. It was recorded 1994 – 1996, and was produced by Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr.

Personnel:

  • Bernard Sumner – vocals, keyboards
  • Johnny Marr – guitars, bass, keyboards
  • Karl Bartos – keyboards
  • Denise Johnson – vocals
  • Ged Lynch– drums, percussion
  • Donald Johnson – drums
  • Danny Saber– organ
  • Guy Pratt– bass
  • James Spencer – engineer
  • Alan Meyerson – mixing
  • James Spencer – mixing
  • Johannes Handschin – cover illustration
  • Paul Barnes – electronic logo
  • Howard Wakefield @ Meiré und Meiré and Peter Saville – design.

Track listing:

  1. Forbidden City – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner, Karl Bartos
  2. For You – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner, Karl Bartos
  3. Dark Angel – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner
  4. One Day – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner
  5. Until the End of Time – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner, Karl Bartos
  6. Second Nature – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner
  7. If You’ve Got Love – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner, Karl Bartos
  8. Out of My League – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner
  9. Interlude – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner
  10. Freefall – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner
  11. Visit Me – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner
  12. How Long – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner, Karl Bartos
  13. Time Can Tell – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner, Karl Bartos

 

On June 15, 2018.

On June 15, 2018, “New Voodoo” label released “Call the Comet”, the third Johnny Marr album. It was recorded 2017 – 2018, at “The Crazy Face Factory” in Manchester, and was produced by Johnny Marr and Doviak.

Personnel:

  • Johnny Marr– vocals, guitars, keyboards
  • Doviak – keyboards, vocals
  • Iwan Gronow– bass guitar, vocals
  • Jack Mitchell – drums
  • Claudius Mittendorfer – mixing
  • Frank Arkwright – mastering
  • Sonny Marr – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Johnny Marr.

  1. Rise
  2. The Tracers
  3. Hey Angel
  4. Hi Hello
  5. New Dominions
  6. Day In Day Out
  7. Walk Into the Sea
  8. Bug
  9. Actor Attractor
  10. Spiral Cities
  11. My Eternal
  12. A Different Gun

 

 

On May 27, 1991.

On May 27, 1991, “Factory“ label released the self-titled, debut Electronic album. It was recorded 1989 – 1991, at “Clear Studios” in Manchester, and was produced by Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr.

Personnel:

  • Bernard Sumner– vocals, keyboards, programming
  • Johnny Marr– guitars, keyboards, programming
  • Neil Tennant– vocals
  • Chris Lowe– keyboards
  • Donald Johnson – drums, percussion
  • David Palmer – drums
  • Denise Johnson – vocals
  • Helen Powell – oboeon
  • Andrew Robinson – additional programming
  • Owen Morris – engineer
  • Johnson/Panas (Trevor Johnson) – cover art, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr, except where noted.

  1. Idiot Country
  2. Reality
  3. Tighten Up
  4. The Patience of a Saint – Bernard Sumner, Johnny Marr, Neil Tennant, Chris Lowe
  5. Getting Away with It – not on the original release with the red cover. First appeared on the re-release with the black cover
  6. Gangster
  7. Soviet
  8. Get the Message
  9. Try All You Want
  10. Some Distant Memory
  11. Feel Every Beat

On March 20, 2007.

On March 20, 2007, “Epic” label released “We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank”, the fifth Modest Mouse studio album. It was recorded 2005 – 2006, at “Sweet Tea Studio” in Oxford, MS, “Audible Alchemy” in Portland, OR, and was produced by Dennis Herring.

Personnel:

  • Isaac Brock – lead vocals, guitar, art direction
  • Jeremiah Green – drums, percussion
  • Eric Judy – bass
  • Johnny Marr – guitar
  • Tom Peloso – vocals, bass, piano, trumpet, tuba, fiddle, synthesizer
  • Joe Plummer – drums, percussion
  • Clay Jones – acoustic guitar, shaker, programming
  • Dennis Herring – claps, stomps, Rhodes, pump organ, backing vocals, mixing
  • Kyle “Slick” Johnson – programming
  • Naheed Simjee – backing vocals, claps, stomps
  • James Mercer- backing vocals
  • Joe Zook – engineering, mixing
  • Clay Jones – engineering
  • Tom Queyja, Rob Cooper – assistants
  • Kyle “Slick” Johnson, Reto Peter, Tom Queyja – additional engineering
  • Howie Weinberg– mastering
  • Christian Helms – art direction, design
  • Nahjeed Simjee – art direction
  • Christian Helms, Geoff Peyeto at The Decoder Ring – design
  • David Ellis, Casey Burns – booklet interior illustrations

Track listing:

All lyrics by Isaac Brock; all music by Isaac Brock, Jeremiah Green, Eric Judy, Tom Peloso and Joe Plummer.

  1. March into the Sea
  2. Dashboard
  3. Fire It Up
  4. Florida
  5. Parting of the Sensory
  6. Missed the Boat
  7. We’ve Got Everything
  8. Fly Trapped in a Jar
  9. Education
  10. Little Motel
  11. Steam Engenius
  12. Spitting Venom
  13. People as Places as People
  14. Invisible

On November 24, 2017.

On November 24, 2017, “Sour Mash” label released “Who Built the Moon?”, the third Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds studio album. It was recorded October 2013 – June 2017, at “Drama Studios” in Belfast, “The Pool and Hoxa HQ” in London, and was produced by David Holmes.

Personnel:

  • Noel Gallagher– vocals, guitars
  • Jason Falkner– bass guitar
  • Keefus Cianda – keyboards
  • Jeremy Stacey– drums
  • Paul Weller– organ
  • Johnny Marr– guitar and harmonica
  • Samuel Dixon– bass guitar
  • Emre Ramazanoglu – drums, programming
  • Pete Lockett– percussion
  • Mike Rowe – keyboards
  • Martin Slattery– tin whistle, piano
  • Kaidi Tathum – keyboards
  • David Holmes – keyboards, programming, tape loops
  • Charlotte Courbe aka Le Volume Courbe– French spoken word
  • Jim Hunt – saxophone
  • James SK Wān – Rhodes
  • Dominic Glover – trumpet
  • Gabe Noel – cello
  • Rob Lewis – cello
  • Emma Smith and Vince Sipprell – strings
  • Adelaide McKenzie, Beverley Skeete, Sara-Jane Skeete, Mary Pearce, YSÉE aka Audrey Gbaguidi, Michelle John, Janet Ramus, Una McGeogh, Georgina McGeogh – backing vocals
  • Emre Ramazanoglu – mixing, engineering
  • Tristin Norwell– additional engineering
  • Paul “Strangeboy” Stacey – lead vocal recording
  • John Davis – mastering
  • Gareth Halliday – artwork
  • Sara Macdonald – artwork cover model
  • David Newton – cover model photography
  • Matthew Cooper – design
  • Lawrence Watson – booklet photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Noel Gallagher.

  1. Fort Knox
  2. Holy Mountain – contains elements from “Chewin’ Gum Kid” by Rodell
  3. Keep on Reaching
  4. It’s a Beautiful World
  5. She Taught Me How to Fly
  6. Be Careful What You Wish For
  7. Black & White Sunshine
  8. Interlude (Wednesday Part 1)
  9. If Love Is the Law
  10. The Man Who Built the Moon
  11. End Credits (Wednesday Part 2)

 

In November 1984.

In November 1984, “Go! Discs” label released “Brewing Up with Billy Bragg”, the second Billy Bragg album. It was recorded July 1984, at “Berry Street Studio” in London, and was produced by Edward de Bono. In 2000  “Q” magazine ranked the album at number 87 in its list of the “100 Greatest British Albums Ever”.

Personnel:

  • Billy Bragg– vocals, guitar
  • Dave Woodhead – trumpet
  • Kenny Craddock– organ
  • Johnny Marr– guitar, vocals, tambourine
  • Kenny Jones – engineer
  • Heeps Willard- cover illustration

Track listing:

All tracks by Billy Bragg.

  1. It Says Here
  2. Love Gets Dangerous
  3. The Myth of Trust
  4. From a Vauxhall Velox
  5. The Saturday Boy
  6. Island of No Return
  7. St Swithin’s Day
  8. Like Soldiers Do
  9. This Guitar Says Sorry
  10. Strange Things Happen
  11. A Lover Sings