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On July 23, 2015.


On July 23, 2015, “Bird’s Rose Records” label released “Departure Song”, the third We Lost the Sea album. It was recorded in 2015, at “301 Studios” in Sydney, and was produced by Tim Carr.

Personnel:

  • Brendon Warner – guitar, recording
  • Mark Owen guitar, recording
  • Matt Harvey – guitar, recording, design concept, illustrations
  • Mathew Kelly – piano, recording
  • Kieran Elliott – bass, recording
  • Nathaniel D’Ugo – drums, recording
  • Tim Carr – recording, engineer, mixing
  • Antonia Gauci – engineer assistant
  • Andrew ‘Chad’ Edgson – mastering

Track listing:

  1. A Gallant Gentlemen
  2. Bogatyri
  3. The Last Dive of David Shaw
  4. Challenger Part 1 – Flight
  5. Challenger Part 2 – A Swan Song

On July 23, 1991.

On July 23, 1991, “Reprise” label released “Play”, the tenth Squeeze album. It was recorded in 1990, at “Wood Wharf Studios” in London, and was produced by Tony Berg.

Personnel:

  • Glenn Tilbrook – lead and backing vocals, guitars, keyboards
  • Chris Difford – guitar, backing vocals
  • Keith Wilkinson – bass, backing vocals
  • Gilson Lavis – drums
  • Tony Berg – keyboards, guitars
  • Bruce Hornsby – accordion
  • Matt Irving – keyboards
  • Steve Nieve – keyboards
  • Claudia Fontaine, Beverly Skeete, Laurence Johnson, Paul Lee – backing vocals
  • Betsy Petrie, Blanche Black, Christopher Guest, Gabriele Morgan, Mary Jo Braun, Michael McKean, Michael Penn, Steven Soles, Wendie Colter – choir
  • Jerry Hey, Bill Reichenbach, Dan Higgins, Gary Grant, Larry Williams – horns
  • Arme Garabedian, Berj Garabedian, Joel Derouin, John Acevedo, Larry Corbet, Bob Becker, Sid Page, Suzie Katayama – strings

Track listing:

All tracks by Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook.

  1. Satisfied
  2. Crying in My Sleep
  3. Letting Go
  4. The Day I Get Home
  5. The Truth
  6. House of Love
  7. Cupid’s Toy
  8. Gone to the Dogs
  9. Walk a Straight Line
  10. Sunday Street
  11. Wicked and Cruel
  12. There Is a Voice

On July 23, 1994.

On July 23, 1994, the “Astronomical Union” named the Asteroid 3834 (orbiting between Mars and Jupiter) “Zappafrank”, in honor of Frank Zappa, who died one year before. Zappafrank is not the first asteroid to be named after a rock musician;  Asteroids Lennon, McCartney, Starr, and Harrison already exist – and there
are others named after Oldfield (Mike Oldfield), Clapton (Eric Clapton) and Jarre (Jean-Michel Jarre and Maurice Jarre).

On July 23, 2002.

On July 23, 2002, “Inside Out Music” label released “Blink of an Eye”, the sixth Enchant studio album. It was recorded in 2002 and was produced by Douglas A. Ott.

Personnel:

  • Douglas A. Ott– guitar, bass, keyboards
  • Phil Bennett– keyboard solos, additional keyboards
  • Ted Leonard– vocals, additional guitar
  • Ed Platt– bass guitar
  • Sean Flanegan– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Douglas A. Ott, except where noted.

  1. Under Fire – Ted Leonard, Douglas A. Ott
  2. Monday – Ted Leonard, Douglas A. Ott
  3. Seeds Of Hate – Ted Leonard, Douglas A. Ott
  4. Flat Line
  5. Follow The Sun
  6. Ultimate Gift
  7. My Everafter – Ted Leonard, Douglas A. Ott
  8. Invisible – Ted Leonard, Douglas A. Ott
  9. Despicable – Ted Leonard, Douglas A. Ott
  10. Prognosis (bonus track)

On July 23, 2007.

On July 23, 2007, “Southern Records” label released “Pre-Emptive False Rapture”,the second Chrome Hoof studio album. It was recorded in 2007, at “Southern Studios”, and was produced by Harvey Birrell, Lola Olafisoye, Andy Gustard, Emma Sullivan, Emmett Elvin, Chloe Herington, Sarah Anderson, Leo Smee and Milo Smee.

Personnel:

  • Lola Olafisoye – vocal
  • Andy Gustard – guitars, percussion
  • Emma Sullivan – vocal, keyboards, vocoder, trumpet, percussion
  • Emmett Elvin – keyboards, synthesizers, sampler
  • Chloe Herington – bassoon, sax, percussion
  • Sarah Anderson: – violin, viola, percussion, backing vocal
  • Leo Smee – bass, synthesizers, percussion, backing vocal
  • Milo Smee – drums, percussion, synthesizers
  • Tim Bowen – cello
  • Lee Dorrian – guest vocals
  • Hannah Morris – dancer
  • Nuwella Love – additional vocals
  • Harvey Birrell – recording, engineer
  • Tim Turan – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Harvey Birrell, Lola Olafisoye, Andy Gustard, Emma Sullivan, Emmett Elvin, Chloe Herington, Sarah Anderson, Leo Smee and Milo Smee.

  1. Nordic Curse
  2. Tonyte
  3. Pronoid
  4. Circus 9000
  5. Moss Covered Obelisk
  6. Leave This Ruined Husk
  7. Symbolik 180°
  8. Death is Certain
  9. Astral Suicide
  10. Egg N’ Bass
  11. Spokes of Uridium

 

On July 23, 2002.

On July 23, 2002, “Arista” label released “Heartfelt”, the seventh Fourplay studio album. It was recorded in 2002, and was produced by Nathan East, Bob James, Larry Carlton and Harvey Mason.

Personnel:

  • Bob James– keyboards
  • Larry Carlton– guitar
  • Nathan East– bass guitar
  • Harvey Mason– drums

 Track listing:

  1. Galaxia – Nathan East, Bob James, Larry Carlton, Harvey Mason
  2. That’s the Time – Harvey Mason
  3. Break it Out – Nathan East, Bob James, Larry Carlton, Harvey Mason
  4. Rollin’ – Larry Carlton
  5. Let’s Make Love – Babyface, Nathan East
  6. Heartfelt – Bob James
  7. Tally Ho! – Bob James, Harvey Mason
  8. Café l’Amour – Nathan East, Bob James, Larry Carlton, Harvey Mason
  9. Ju – Ju – Harvey Mason
  10. Goin’ Back Home – Larry Carlton, Nathan East
  11. Karma – Nathan East, Bob James, Larry Carlton, Harvey Mason
  12. Making Up – Nathan East

On July 23, 1996.

On July 23, 1996, “Supreme Recordings” label released “Songs for a Blue Guitar”, the fifth Red House Painters studio album. It was recorded 1995 – 1996, at “Record Two Studios” in Mendocino County, Comptche, California, “Hyde Street Studios” and  “Polk Street Recording” in San Francisco, and was produced by Mark Kozelek.

Personnel:

  • Mark Kozelek – vocals, guitar, piano
  • Stephanie Finch – backing vocals
  • Mark Needham – recording engineer.
  • Billy Anderson– engineer.
  • Darren Mora, Dale Lawton – second engineer
  • John Golden – mastering
  • Michele Turriani.- photography
  • Paul McMenamin (at v23) – art direction, design

Track listing:.

All tracks by Mark Kozelek, except where noted.

  1. Have You Forgotten
  2. Song for a Blue Guitar
  3. Make Like Paper
  4. Priest Alley Song
  5. Trailways
  6. I Feel the Rain Fall
  7. Long Distance Runaround – Jon Anderson
  8. All Mixed Up – Ric Ocasek
  9. Revelation Big Sur
  10. Silly Love Songs – Paul McCartney

 

 

 

 

On July 23, 1991.

On July 23, 1991, “Polygram do Brazil Ltda” label released “João”, the 30th João Gilberto album. It was recorded in 1991, and was produced by Mayrton Bahia.

Personnel:

  • Joao Gilberto – voice, guitar
  • Clare Fischer– keyboards, string arrangements
  • Jim Hughart– acoustic bass
  • Joe Correro – drums
  • Michito Sanchez – percussion

Track listing:

  1. Eu Sambo Mesmo (I Really Samba) – Janet Almeida
  2. Siga (Go On) – Fernando Lobo, Helio Guimarães
  3. Rosinha – (Little Rose) – Jonas Silva
  4. Málaga – Fred Bongusto
  5. Una Mujer (A Woman) – Paul Misraki, S. Pontal Riso, C. Olivare
  6. Eu e Meu Coração (My Heart and I) – Inaldo Vilarinho, Antonio Botelho
  7. You Do Something to Me – Cole Porter
  8. Palpite Infeliz (Unhappy Remark) – Noel Rosa
  9. Ave Maria no Morro (Ave Maria on the Hill) – Herivelto Martins
  10. Sampa – Caetano Veloso
  11. Sorriu pra Mim (Smiled at Me) – Garoto, Luiz Claudio
  12. Que Reste-t-il de Nos Amours (I Wish You Love) – Charles Trenet, Leon Chauliac

On July 23, 2013.

On July 23, 2013, “Vagrant” label released the third, self-titled Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Alex Ebert.

Personnel:

  • Alex Ebert – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, percussion, string arrangements, keyboards, electric bass, basketball, melodica
  • Jade Castrinos – vocals, acoustic guitar, tambourine
  • Christian Letts – electric and acoustic guitar, 12 string guitar, mandolin, marching bass drum, vocals
  • Stewart Cole – trumpet, synths, piano, alto horn, flugelhorn, baritone horn, cornet, hammond and lowrey organs, wurli, clav, pump organ, recorder, vocals
  • Mark Noseworthy – electric and acoustic guitar, 11 string guitar, ronrocco, tenor banjo, slide guitar, electric 12 string guitar, mandolin, vocals
  • Crash – vocals
  • Orpheo McCord- percussion, drums, marimba, vocals
  • Nora Kirkpatrick- accordion, organ, keys, omnichord, vocals
  • Josh Collazo – drums, concert toms, percussion, alto saxophone, vocals
  • Seth Ford-Young – electric bass, upright bass, vocals
  • Aaron Arntz – piano
  • Nico Algietti – electric and acoustic guitar
  • Roger Joseph Manning Jr. – piano
  • Aaron Embry – piano, organ
  • Nathaniel Markman, Fred Bows, Susie Park – violin
  • Matt Linesch – engineer, mixing

Track listing:

  1. Better Days – Alex Ebert, Nico Aglietti
  2. Let’s Get High – Alex Ebert
  3. Two – Alex Ebert, Seth Ford-Young, Mark Noseworthy
  4. Please! – Alex Ebert
  5. Country-Calling – Alex Ebert
  6. Life Is Hard – Jade Castrinos, Alex Ebert
  7. If I Were Free – Alex Ebert, Josh Collazo, Seth Ford-Young, Mark Noseworthy
  8. In the Lion – Alex Ebert
  9. They Were Wrong – Alex Ebert
  10. In the Summer – Alex Ebert
  11. Remember to Remember – Jade Castrinos, Stewart Cole, Alex Ebert
  12. This Life – Alex Ebert, Nico Algietti

On July 23, 2001.

On July 23, 2001, “Epic” label released “Rings Around the World”, the fifth Super Furry Animals studio album. It was recorded April – September 2000, at “Monnow Valley Studios” in Rockfield, Monmouthshire, and “Bearsville Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Chris Shaw, Gruff Rhys, Huw Bunford, Guto Pryce, Cian Ciaran and Dafydd Leuan. “Mojo” magazine voted “Rings Around the World” album of year 2001.

Personnel:

  • Gruff Rhys– lead vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica
  • Huw Bunford– lead guitar, backing vocals, pedal steel
  • Guto Pryce– bass guitar
  • Cian Ciaran– keyboards, backing vocals
  • Dafydd Leuan – drums, backing vocals
  • Howard Gott, Harriet Harris, Sally Herbert, Steven Hussey, Jackie Norrie – violin
  • Sonia Slany, Lucy Theo, Brian Wright – violin
  • Nick Barr, Sophia Sirota, Clare Smith – viola
  • Nick Cooper, Sophie Harris – cello
  • Matt Sibley – saxophone
  • Gary Alesbrook – trumpet
  • Tony Robinson – trumpet, flugel horn, trombone
  • Beti Rhys – harp
  • John Telfer – flute
  • John Cale– piano
  • Osian Gwynedd – piano
  • Kris Jenkins – percussion
  • Anna Smith – backing vocals
  • Paul McCartney– carrot and celery 

    Track listing:

    All tracks by Chris Shaw, Gruff Rhys, Huw Bunford, Guto Pryce, Cian Ciaran and Dafydd Leuan, except where noted.

    1. Alternate Route to Vulcan Street
    2. Sidewalk Serfer Girl
    3. (Drawing) Rings Around the World
    4. It’s Not the End of the World?
    5. Receptacle for the Respectable
    6. (A) Touch Sensitive – contains a sample of “Ann” by Dave Alexander
    7. Shoot Doris Day
    8. Miniature
    9. No Sympathy
    10. Juxtapozed with U
    11. Presidential Suite
    12. Run! Christian, Run!
    13. Fragile Happiness