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On March 21, 2011.

On March 21, 2011, “Greenvoe Records” label released “The Impossible Song & Other Songs” third Roddy Woomble album. It was recorded in 2010, at “An Tobar” in Isle of Mull, and was produced by Roddy Woomble. The album’s artwork was by Mairi Hedderwick,


  • Roddy Woomble- lead vocals
  • Sorren Maclean – acoustic and electric guitars, banjo, organ, backing vocals, vibraphone
  • Gavin Fox- bass guitar, accordion
  • Gregor Donaldson – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Jill O’Sullivan – backing vocals
  • Gordon Maclean – double bass, accordion
  • Mhairi Hall – piano
  • Kevin Brolly – clarinet
  • Aidan O’Rourke – fiddle
  • Seonaid Aitken – piano, violin, backing vocals
  • Chick Lyall – piano
  • Rob Hall – sopranino, soprano and tenor saxophones
  • Michael Marra- organ
  • Phil Cunningham– accordion
  • Gordon Maclean – recording
  • Tony Doogan – mixing, additional recording
  • Frank Arkwright – mastering
  • Rose Skelton – photo of Roddy
  • Darren Evans – layout

Track listing:

All tracks by Roddy Woomble and Sorren Maclean, except where noted.

  1. A New Day Has Begun – Roddy Woomble, Sorren Maclean, Jones
  2. Make Something Out of What it’s Worth
  3. Work Like You Can
  4. Tangled Wire
  5. Roll Along – Roddy Woomble, Sorren Maclean, Jones
  6. Hour After Hour – Roddy Woomble, Sorren Maclean, Jones
  7. Leaving Without Gold
  8. New Frontier – Roddy Woomble, Sorren Maclean, Jones
  9. Old Town
  10. Living as You Always Have
  11. Gather the Day
  12. Between the Old Moon



On March 15, 1988.


On March 15, 1988, “Warner Bros” released “Naked”, the eighth and final Talking Heads studio album.  It was recorded in 1987, at “Studio Davout“ in Paris, “Sigma Sound Studios” in Manhattan, and was produced by Steve Lillywhite, David Byrne, Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison and Tina Weymouth.


  • David Byrne– vocals, guitar, keyboards, toy piano, slide guitar
  • Chris Frantz– drums, keyboard percussion
  • Jerry Harrison– french piano, keyboards, tambourine, guitar, slide guitar, backing vocals
  • Tina Weymouth– bass, keyboards, electric organ, backing vocals
  • Johnny Marr– guitars
  • Brice Wassy –percussion
  • Abdou M’Boup – percussion,talking drum, congas, cowbell
  • Yves N’Djock – guitar
  • Eric Weissberg– pedal steel guitar, dobro
  • Mory Kanté– kora
  • Wally Badarou– keyboard
  • Manolo Badrena– percussion, congas
  • Sydney Thiam – congas
  • Lenny Pickett–saxophones
  • Steve Elson– saxophones
  • Robin Eubanks– trombone
  • Laurie Frink andEarl Gardner – trumpets
  • Stan Harrison– alto saxophone
  • Al Acosta –tenor saxophone
  • Steve Gluzband– trumpet
  • Jose Jerez – trumpet
  • Bobby Porcelli – alto saxophone
  • Steve Sachs –baritone saxophone
  • Charlie Sepulveda – trumpet
  • Dale Turk –bass trombone
  • Moussa Cissokao – percussion
  • Nino Gioia – percussion
  • Philippe Servain –accordion
  • James Fearnley– accordion
  • Phil Bodner –cor anglais
  • Don Brooks– harmonica
  • Kirsty MacColl– backing vocals
  • Alex Haas– whistling

All lyrics by David Byrne, all music by David Byrne, Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison, and Tina Weymouth.

  1. Blind
  2. Jones
  3. Totally Nude
  4. Ruby Dear
  5. (Nothing But) Flowers
  6. The Democratic Circus
  7. The Facts of Life
  8. Mommy Daddy You and I
  9. Big Daddy
  10. Cool Water


On February 23, 1968.

Dock of the bay

On February 23, 1968, “Volt” label released “The Dock of the Bay”, the first Otis Redding posthumously released album.  It was recorded July 1965 – December 1967, and was produced by Steve Cropper. It contains a number of singles and B-sides dating back to 1965. In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked “The Dock of the Bay” at number 161 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of all Time”.

Track listing:

  1. (Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay – Steve Cropper, Otis Redding
  2. I Love You More Than Words Can Say – Eddie Floyd, Booker T. Jones
  3. Let Me Come on Home – Al Jacobson, Jr., Jones, Otis Redding
  4. Open the Door – Otis Redding
  5. Don’t Mess with Cupid – Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd, Deanie Parker
  6. The Glory of Love – Billy Hill
  7. I’m Coming Home to See About You – Otis Redding
  8. Tramp – Lowell Fulson, Jimmy McCracklin
  9. The Huckle-Buck – Roy Alfred, Andy Gibson
  10. Nobody Knows You (When You’re Down and Out) – Jimmy Cox
  11. Old Man Trouble – Otis Redding

On January 31, 1972.

Lets stay together

On January 31, 1972, “Hi” label released “Let’s Stay Together”, album by Al Green. It was recorded in 1971, at “Royal Recording Studio” in Memphis and was produced by Willie Mitchell. Magazine “Q” included “Let’s Stay Together” in its list of “Best Soul Albums of All Time”. in 1994 “Guinness” ranked the album at number 608 in its “1000 album poll” and at number 25 in the “Top 50 Soul Albums list”.


  • Al Green – vocals
  • Howard Grimes- drums
  • Al Jackson Jr.– drums
  • Leroy Hodges- bass
  • Charles Hodges- organ, piano
  • Teenie Hodges- guitar
  • Wayne Jackson- trumpet
  • Andrew Love- horn, tenor saxophone
  • Ed Logan – horn, tenor saxophone
  • James Mitchell – bass, baritone saxophone, arrangements
  • Jack Hale – trombone
  • Charles Chalmers, Donna Rhodes, Sandra Rhodes – background vocals, arrangements
  • Jools DeVere – artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by Al Green, except where noted

  1. Let’s Stay Together – Al Green, Wayne Jackson, James Mitchell
  2. La-La for You – Al Green, James Mitchell
  3. So You’re Leaving
  4. What Is This Feeling?
  5. Old Time Lovin
  6. I’ve Never Found a Girl (Who Loves Me Like You Do) – Floyd, Isbell, Jones
  7. How Can You Mend a Broken Heart? – Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb
  8. Judy
  9. It Ain’t No Fun to Me