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On June 27, 2000.

On June 27, 2000, “Universal” label released “Fortress”, the third Sister Hazel studio album. It was recorded February – November 1999, and was produced by Ralph Sall and Richie Zito.

Personnel:

  • Ken Block – lead vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Jett Beres – bass, harmony vocals
  • Andrew Copeland – vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Ryan Newell – lead and slide guitar, harmony vocals
  • Mark Trojanowski – drums
  • Emily Saliers – background vocals

Track listing:

All lyrics by Ken Block, except where noted, all music as noted.

  1. Change Your Mind – music by Ken Block
  2. Back Porch – music by Ryan Newell, Ken Block, Jett Beres
  3. Thank You – music by Ryan Newell
  4. Champagne High – Ken Block
  5. Beautiful Thing – Ken Block
  6. Surreal – lyrics and music by Jett Beres
  7. Shame on Me – music by Ryan Newell, Andrew Copeland, Ken Block
  8. Your Winter – music by Ken Block
  9. Strange Cup of Tea – lyrics and music by Andrew Copeland
  10. Save Me – music by Ryan Newell
  11. Give In – lyrics by Mark Trojanowski, music by Mark Trojanowski, Paul Ebersold, Billy Smith
  12. Out There – lyrics by Ken Block, Al Block, music by Ken Block
  13. Elvis – music by Ken Block
  14. Fortress – music by Ken Block

On June 27, 1995.

On June 27, 1995, “Avex” label released “Mirror Mirror”, the eleventh and final 10cc album. It was recorded 1975, 1985, 1981, and was produced by Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman, Adrian Lee and Rod Gammons.

Personnel:

  • Eric Stewart — lead and backing vocals, lead guitar, keyboards, percussion
  • Graham Gouldman — lead and backing vocals, guitars, bass guitar, percussion, mandolin
  • Rick Fenn — lead guitar
  • Steve Pigott — keyboard, drum programming
  • Gary Wallis — drums, percussion
  • Kevin Godley — bass drum, musical box, backing vocals
  • Lol Creme — grand piano, backing vocals
  • Adrian Lee — bass, programming, arrangements, keyboard, brass section, percussion, accordion, vibes, acoustic guitar, backing vocals
  • Paul McCartney — rhythm guitar, strings, electric piano, frogs, crickets, percussion
  • Andrew Gold — lead and backing vocals
  • Ian Thomas — drums
  • Gary Barnacle — saxophone
  • Peter Thoms — trombone
  • Lise Aferiat, Nicola Burton – violin
  • Chris Goldscheider – viola
  • Patrick Jones – cello
  • Andrew Hines – cello

Track listing:

  1. Yvonne’s the One – Paul McCartney, Eric Stewart
  2. Code of Silence – Eric Stewart
  3. Blue Bird – Graham Gouldman
  4. Age of Consent – Eric Stewart
  5. Take This Woman – Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldon
  6. The Monkey and the Onion – Graham Gouldman, Tim Rice
  7. Everything Is Not Enough – Eric Stewart
  8. Ready to Go Home – Andrew Gold, Graham Gouldman
  9. Grow Old with Me – Graham Gouldman
  10. Margo Wants the Mustard – Eric Stewart
  11. Peace in Our Time – Graham Gouldman, Steve Pigott
  12. Why Did I Break Your Heart – Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman
  13. Now You’re Gone – Graham Gouldman
  14. I’m Not in Love (acoustic version 95’) – Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman

On June 27, 1992.

On June 27, 1992, “Victory Music” label released “Black Moon”, the eighth Emerson, Lake & Palmer studio album. It was recorded in 1992, at “Marcus Studios”, “Front Page Recorders” and was produced by Mark Mancina, Ian Morrow and John Van Tongeren.

  • Keith Emerson – piano, keyboards
  • Greg Lake – vocals, guitars, bass, harmonica
  • Carl Palmer – drums, percussion
  • Tim Heintz, Gary Hodgson, Ian Morrow, John Van Tongeren – programming
  • Mark Holding – vocal arrangements
  • Steve Kempster, Stephen Marcussen, David Mitchell – engineer
  • Anthony Danbury, Gil Morales, Marnie Riley, Brett Swain, Charlie Watts – engineer assistant
  • Steve Kempster, David Mitchell – mixing
  • Stephen Marcussen – mastering
  • Jay Rifkin – digital editing
  • Willie Alexander – keyboard technician

Track listing:

  1. Black Moon – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake, Carl Palmer
  2. Paper Blood – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake, Carl Palmer
  3. Affairs of the Juliet – Geoff Downes, Greg Lake
  4. Romeo and Juliet – Sergei Prokofiev
  5. Farewell to Arms – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
  6. Changing States – Keith Emerson
  7. Burning Bridges – Mark Mancina
  8. Close to Home – Keith Emerson
  9.  Better Days – Keith Emerson
  10. Footprints in the Snow – Greg Lake

On June 27, 2006.

On June 27, 2006, “Nonesuch” label released “House on Hill” the 17th Brad Mehldau album. It was recorded October 2002 – March 2005 at “Avatar Studios” in New York, NY, and was produced by Matt Pierson and Brad Mehldau.

Personnel:

  • Brad Mehldau– piano
  • Larry Grenadier– bass
  • Jorge Rossy– drums
  • James Farber – recording, mixing
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Benita Raphan – artwork
  • Lourdes Delgado – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Brad Mehldau.

  1. August Ending
  2. House on Hill
  3. Bealtine
  4. Boomer
  5. Backyard
  6. Fear and Trembling
  7. Embers
  8. Happy Tune
  9. Waiting for Eden

On June 27, 2006.

On June 27, 2006, “Nonesuch” label released “Love Sublime”, an album by Brad Mehldau and Renée Fleming. It was recorded in January 2006, at “SUNY Purchase Arts Center” in Purchase, New York.

Personnel:

  • Brad Mehldau– piano
  • Renée Fleming– vocals

Track listing:

  1. The Book of Hours: Love Poems to God: Your First Word Was Light – Brad Mehldau, Rainer Maria Rilke
  2. The Book of Hours: Love Poems to God: The Hour Is Striking So Close Above Me – Brad Mehldau, Rainer Maria Rilke
  3. The Book of Hours: Love Poems to God: I Love the Dark Hours of My Being – Brad Mehldau, Rainer Maria Rilke
  4. The Book of Hours: Love Poems to God: I Love You, Gentlest of Ways – Brad Mehldau, Raineer Maria Rilke
  5. The Book of Hours: Love Poems to God: No One Lives His Life – Brad Mehldau, Rainer Maria Rilke
  6. The Book of Hours: Love Poems to God: His Caring Is a Nightmare to Us – Brad Mehldau, Rainer Maria Rilke
  7. The Book of Hours: Love Poems to God: Extinguish My Eyes, I’ll Go On Seeing You – Brad Mehldau, Rainer Maria Rilke
  8. The Blue Estuaries: Tears in Sleep – Brad Mehldau, Louise Bogan
  9. The Blue Estuaries: Memory – Brad Mehldau, Louise Bogan
  10. The Blue Estuaries: A Tale – Brad Mehldau, Louise Bogan
  11. Love Sublime – Brad Mehldau, Renée Fleurine

On June 27, 1987.

On June 27, 1987, “Elektra” label released “In My Tribe”, the third 10, 000 Maniacs studio album. It was recorded March – April, at “The Complex” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Peter Asher.

Personnel:

  • Natalie Merchant– vocals
  • Robert Buck– guitars, mandolin, pedal steel guitar
  • Steve Gustafson– bass guitar
  • Jerome Augustyniak– drums, percussion
  • Dennis Drew– keyboards
  • Michael Stipe– vocals
  • Don Grolnick– piano
  • David Campbell– string arrangements
  • Dennis Karmazyn – cello
  • Bob Magnusson– acoustic bass guitar
  • Novi Novog– viola
  • Sharon Rice – additional engineer
  • Duane Seykora, Shep Lonsdale – assistant engineer
  • Doug Sax,Mike Reese – mastered
  • Frank Wolf, George Massenburg– mixed

Track listing:

All tracks by Natalie Merchant, except where noted.

  1. What’s the Matter Here? – Robert Buck, Natalie Merchant
  2. Hey Jack Kerouac – Robert Buck, Natalie Merchant
  3. Like the Weather
  4. Cherry Tree – Robert Buck, Natalie Merchant
  5. The Painted Desert – Jerome Augustyniak, Natalie Merchant
  6. Don’t Talk – Dennis Drew, Natalie Merchant
  7. Peace Train – Cat Stevens
  8. Gun Shy
  9. My Sister Rose – Jerme Augustyniak, Natalie Merchant
  10. A Campfire Song
  11. City of Angels – Robert Buck, Natalie Merchant
  12. Verdi Cries

 

 

 

On June 27, 1995.

On June 27, 1995, “Capricorn Records” label released “Modernday Folklore”, the second Ian Moore studio album. It was recorded 1994 – 1995, and was produced by Mark Howard and Ian Moore.

Personnel:

  • Ian Moore– vocals, guitar, sitar, percussion
  • Chris White- bass, percussion, background vocals
  • Bukka Allen – piano, organ, percussion
  • Michael Villegas – drums, percussion
  • Sass Jordan- vocals
  • Flaco Jiménez- accordion
  • Daryl Johnson- vocals
  • Tim Green – saxophone
  • Reggie Houston- baritone saxophone
  • Renard Poché – trombone
  • Stacey Cole – trumpet
  • Irene Sazer – violin
  • Katrina Wreede – viola
  • Julian Smedley – violin
  • Dan Reiter – cello

Track listing:

All tracks by Ian Moore, except where noted

  1. Muddy Jesus
  2. Society
  3. Today
  4. Daggers
  5. Bar Line 99
  6. Dandelion
  7. Lie
  8. Train Tracks
  9. Monday Afternoon
  10. You’ll Be Gone – Ian Moore, Bukka Allen
  11. Stain
  12. Morning Song
  13. Home

 

On June 27, 1994.

On June 27, 1994, “K Records” label released “One Foot in the Grave”, the fourth Beck album. It was recorded October 1993 – January 1994 at “Dub Narcotic Studio” in Olympia, Washington, and was produced by Calvin Johnson.

Personnel:

  • Beck – vocals, bass, guitar, drums
  • Calvin Johnson– vocals
  • Chris Ballew– bass, guitar
  • James Bertram– bass
  • Sam Jayne – vocals
  • Scott Plouf– drums
  • Mario Prietto – bongos

Track listing:

All tracks by Beck, except where noted.

  1. He’s a Mighty Good Leader – Skip James
  2. Sleeping Bag
  3. I Get Lonesome
  4. Burnt Orange Peel
  5. Cyanide Breath Mint
  6. See Water
  7. Ziplock Bag
  8. Hollow Log
  9. Forcefield – Beck, Sam Jayne
  10. Fourteen Rivers Fourteen Floods
  11. Asshole
  12. I’ve Seen the Land Beyond
  13. Outcome
  14. Girl Dreams – The Carter Family, Beck
  15. Painted Eyelids
  16. Atmospheric Conditions – Beck, Calvin Johnson

 

 

On June 27, 2006.

On June 27, 2006, “Atlantic” label released “Billy Talent II”, the second Billy Talent studio album. It was recorded 2005 – 2006, at “The Warehouse Studio” in Vancouver, and was produced by Gavin “Golden” Brown and Ian D’Sa.

Producer:

  • Ben Kowalewicz- lead vocals
  • Ian D’Sa- guitar, vocals
  • Jon Gallant- bass, backing vocals
  • Aaron Solowoniuk- drums
  • Gavin Brown– tambourine
  • Eric Ratz – engineer
  • Steve Blair, Mary Gormley – A&R
  • Chris Lord-Alge – mixing
  • Kenny Luong – digital editing
  • Liz Barrett – art producer
  • Kim Kinakin, Henry Fong – artwork
  • Kim Kinakin – package design
  • Henry Fong – cover illustration
  • Ian D’Sa – art direction
  • Dustin Rabin – photography

Track listing:

  1. Devil in a Midnight Mass
  2. Red Flag
  3. This Suffering
  4. Worker Bees
  5. Pins and Needles
  6. Fallen Leaves
  7. Where Is the Line?
  8. Covered in Cowardice
  9. Surrender
  10. The Navy Song
  11. Perfect World
  12. Sympathy
  13. Burn the Evidence

 

On June 27, 2006.

On June 27, 2006, “Koch Records” label released “Rendezvous in Rio”, the sixteenth Michael Franks album. It was recorded in 2006, and was produced by John Rozenberg.

Personnel:

  • Michael Franks – vocals
  • Carmen Cuesta-Loeb, Pamela Driggs, Larry Hoppen – vocals
  • Robbie Dupree – vocals, background vocals
  • Beth Reineke, Veronica Nunn, Leslie Ritter– background vocals
  • Mike DeMicco, Romero Lubambo, Marc Shulman, Dwight Sills – guitar
  • Chuck Loeb – guitar, piano, keyboards, synthesizer, programming
  • Jeff Lorber – keyboards, arranger, drum programming, engineer, percussion programming
  • Scott Petito – keyboards, bass, mixing, mastering
  • Alex Al, Sergio Brandão, Jimmy Haslip – bass
  • Chris Hunter, Gary Meek– saxophone, flute
  • Eric Marienthal – alto and tenor saxophone
  • Roger Burn – piano, keyboards, vibraphone, programming
  • David Sancious – piano, keyboards
  • Charles Blenzig – keyboards, arranger, programming
  • Vinnie Colaiuta, Wolfgang Haffner, Brian Dunne, Michael White, Michael White- drums
  • Jerry Marotta – drums, percussion
  • Café – percussion
  • Andy Suzuki – woodwind
  • Megan Denver – art direction, design, photography
  • Dion Ogust – photography

Track listing:

  1. Under the Sun – Michael Franks
  2. Rendezvous In Rio – Charles Blenzig, Michael Franks
  3. The Cool School – Michael Franks
  4. Samba de Soho – Antonio Carlos Jobim, Ronaldo Bastos
  5. Rendezvous In Rio – Michael Franks
  6. Scatsville – Michael Franks
  7. The Chemistry Of Love – Michael Franks
  8. Hearing “Take Five – Michael Franks
  9. The Question Is Why – Michael Franks
  10. Songbirds – Michael Franks