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On June 28, 2019.

On June 28, 2019, “BMG” label released “Down to the River”, the debut Allman Betts Band studio album. It was recorded 2018 – 2019, at “Muscle Shoals Sound Studio” in Sheffield, Alabama, and was produced by Matt Ross Spang.

Personnel:

  • Devon Allman – lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitar
  • Duane Betts – lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitar
  • Johnny Stachela – slide and electric guitar
  • Berry Duane Oakley – bass, background vocals
  • John Lum – drums
  • R. Scott Bryan – percussion, background vocals
  • Peter Levin – Hammond B-3 organ, Wurlitzer electric piano, piano
  • Matt Ross-Spang – acoustic guitar, percussion
  • Lamar Williams, Jr. – background vocals
  • Chuck Leavell – piano
  • Matt Ross-Spang – mixing
  • Daniel Lynn – assistant mixing engineer
  • Pete Lyman – mastering
  • Charley Robinson – art direction, design
  • Christopher Brush – photography

Track listing:

  1. All Night – Devon Allman, Duane Betts, Stoll Vaughan
  2. Shinin’ – Duane Betts, Stoll Vaughan
  3. Try – Cisco Adler, Devon Allman
  4. Down to the River – Devon Allman, Duane Betts, Stoll Vaughan
  5. Autumn Breeze – Chris Williams
  6. Good Ol’ Days – Devon Allman
  7. Melodies Are Memories – Devon Allman, Duane Betts, Stoll Vaughan
  8. Southern Accents – Tom Petty
  9. Long Gone – Devon Allman, Duane Betts, Stoll Vaughan

On June 28, 2011.

On June 28, 2011, “RCA” label released “This Loud Morning”, the third David Cook studio album. It was recorded in 2011, and was produced by Matt Serletic.

Personnel:

  • David Cook – lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Neal Tiemann – lead and acoustic baritone guitar
  • Andy Skib – rhythm guitar, piano, background vocals
  • Monty Anderson – bass guitar
  • Kyle Peek – drums, backing vocals
  • Tim Pierce – acoustic guitar, rhythm guitar
  • Joel Shearer – acoustic guitar, rhythm guitar
  • Phil X – acoustic guitar, rhythm guitar
  • Jamie Muhoberac – keyboards
  • Chris Chaney – bass guitar
  • Kaare Kabel Mai – drums
  • Dorian Crozier – drums
  • Mark Castrillon – background vocals
  • Bernd Ruf – orchestra music director
  • Ulrich Zimmer – orchestra contractor and leader
  • Johannes Krampen – violin
  • Lisa Barry – violin
  • Michael Speth – violin
  • Klaus Kulling – violin
  • Klaus Marquardt – violin
  • Ariane Volm – violin
  • Monika Beck – violin
  • Kathrin Bscheidl – violin
  • Claudiu Rupa – violin
  • Alexander Brutsch – viola
  • Natascha Klotschkoff – viola
  • Friederike Faust – viola
  • Marcin Niziol – viola
  • Betty Bachofer – viola
  • Christiane Alber – cello
  • Constantin Meier – cello
  • Felix Brade – cello
  • Alex Uhl – double bass

Children Choir

  • Jasper Randall – choir contractor
  • Julian Babad
  • Christopher James
  • Michael O’Brien
  • Victor Pineschi
  • Hale Thornhill-Wilson

Rokulus Strings

  • Rok Golob – conductor, orchestrator
  • Mojca Arnold – violin
  • Ziga Cerar – violin
  • Marija Naversnik – violin
  • Nastja Znideric – violin
  • Marijana Gregoric – violin
  • Andreja Zupanc – violin
  • Ajda Kralj – violin
  • Tamar Tasev – viola
  • Marjeta Skrjanc – viola
  • Pavel Rakar – acoustic cello
  • Ursula Ivanus – acoustic cello
  • Tomaz Stular – contrabass
  • Matt Serletic – arranger, keyboards, piano, programmer
  • Mark Dobson – Pro Tools editor, recording engineer
  • Doug Trantow – Pro Tools editor, programmer, recording engineer
  • Alex Arias – 2nd Engineer, engineer
  • Kevin Estrada – 2nd Engineer
  • Ryan Kern – 2nd Engineer
  • Mike Leisz – 2nd engineer, engineer
  • Kelle Musgrove – production coordinator
  • Justin Niebank – mixing engineer
  • Andrew Bollman – assistant mixing engineer
  • Seth Morton – assistant mixing engineer
  • Tim Palmer – mixing engineer
  • Travis Kennedy – assistant mixing engineer
  • Cindi Peters – mix coordinator
  • Rune Westberg – composer, guitar, recording engineer
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Adrian von Ripka – tonmeister
  • Bettina Bertok – assistant

Track listing:

  1. Circadian – David Cook, David Hodges, Neal Tiemann
  2. Right Here with You – David Cook, Johnny Rzeznik, Ryan Star, Greg Wattenberg
  3. We Believe – David Cook, Julian Emery, Jim Irvin
  4. Fade Into Me – David Cook, Kevin Griffin, Jamie Houston
  5. Hard to Believe – David Cook, Jamie Hodges, Jess Cates, Lindy Robbins
  6. Take Me as I Am – David Cook, Marti Frederiksen, Scott Stevens
  7. Time marches On – David Cook, Marti Frederiksen
  8. The Last Goodbye – David Cook, Ryan Tedder
  9. Paper heart – David Cook, Julian Emery, Jim Irvin
  10. 4 Letter Word – David Cook, Claude Kelly, Matt Squire
  11. Goodbye to the Girl – David Cook, Neal Tiemann, Andy Skib
  12. Rapid Eye Movement – David Cook, Jamie Hodges

On June 28, 2011.

On June 28, 2011, “Sire” label released the self – titled, fifth Taking Back Sunday studio album. It was recorded October 2010 – January 2011, at “Barefoot Recording” in Hollywood, and was produced by Eric Valentine.

Personnel:

  • Adam Lazzara – lead vocals
  • John Nolan – vocals, lead guitar, keyboards
  • Eddie Reyes – rhythm guitar
  • Shaun Cooper – bass guitar
  • Mark O’Connell – drums, percussion
  • Eric Valentine – engineer, mixing
  • Cian Riordan – assistant engineer
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering
  • Brad Filip – art design

Track listing:

All tracks by Adam Lazzara, Eddie Reyes, John Nolan, Mark O’Connell and Shaun Cooper

  1. El Paso
  2. Faith (When I Let You Down)
  3. Best Place to Be a Mom
  4. Sad Savior
  5. Who Are You Anyway?
  6. Money (Let It Go)
  7. This Is All Now
  8. It Doesn’t Feel a Thing Like Falling
  9. Since You’re Gone
  10. You Got Me
  11. Call Me in the Morning

On June 28, 2016.

On June 28, 2016, Winfield Scott “Scotty” Moore III died aged 84. He was a musician (guitar) and recording engineer, performed with Starlight Wranglers, Ricky Nelson, and Roy Orbison, but was best known as a founding member of The Blue Moon Boys in 1954, Elvis Presley’s backing band, and as studio and touring guitarist for Presley between 1954 and 1968. In its list of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time”, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked Moore at number 29. In the year 2000, he was inducted into the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”, in 2007 in the “Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum”, and in 2015, in the “Memphis Music Hall of Fame”.

On June 28, 2019.

On June 28, 2019, “Easy Eye Sound” and “Nonesuch” labels released “Let’s Rock”, the ninth Black Keys studio album. It was recorded September 2018 – January 2019, at “Easy Eye Sound” in Nashville, Tennessee, and was produced by Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney.

Personnel:

  • Dan Auerbach– vocals, guitar, bass guitar, percussion
  • Patrick Carney– guitar, drums, percussion
  • Leisa Hans – backing vocals
  • Ashley Wilcoxson – backing vocals
  • Allen Parker – engineer
  • Marc Whitmore – engineer
  • Tchad Blake– mixing
  • Richard Dodd – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney.

  1. Shine a Little Light
  2. Eagle Birds
  3. Lo/Hi
  4. Walk Across the Water
  5. Tell Me Lies
  6. Every Little Thing
  7. Get Yourself Together
  8. Sit Around and Miss You
  9. Go
  10. Breaking Down
  11. Under the Gun
  12. Fire Walk with Me

 

On June 28, 2017.

On June 28, 2017, “Warner Music Japan” label released “Mellow Waves”, the sixth Cornelius (Keigo Oyamada) album. It was recorded in 2017 and was produced by Cornelius.

Personnel:

  • Cornelius (Keigo Oyamada) – main performer
  • Tohru Takayama – mixing
  • Toyoaki Mishima – recording, programming
  • Masakazu Kitayama – the design concept
  • Tadayoshi Nakabayashi – artwork
  • Masayoshi Sukita – photography
  • Ichiro Oka, Kazuyuki Kobayashi – executive producer
  • Ryoma Suzuki – supervision
  • Tadashi Matsuyama – production coordination
  • Leo Imai – translation

Track listing:

All tracks by Cornellius (Keigo Oyamada), except where noted.

  1. あなたがいるなら (If You’re Here) – Cornellius, Shintaro Sakamoto
  2. いつか / どこか (Sometime/Someplace)
  3. 未来の人へ (Dear Future Person) – Cornellius, Shintaro Sakamoto
  4. Surfing on Mind Wave Pt. 2
  5. 夢の中で (In a Dream)
  6. Helix/Spiral
  7. Mellow Yellow Feel
  8. The Spell of a Vanishing Loveliness – Cornellius, Miki Berenyi
  9. The Rain Song
  10. Crépuscule

On June 28, 1980.

On June 28, 1980, “Armageddon” label released “Underwater Moonlight”, the second Soft Boys studio album. It was recorded in June 1979, at “Spaceward Studios” in Cambridge, England, January – June 1980, at “Alaska” and “James Morgan Studios” in London, and was produced by Pat Collier and Spaceward.

Personnel:

  • Robyn Hitchcock– vocals, guitar, rhythm bass
  • Kimberley Rew– vocals, guitar, bass, synthesizer
  • Matthew Seligman– bass
  • Morris Windsor – drums, vocals
  • Gerry Hale– violin
  • Andy King – sitar
  • Pat Collier– engineer
  • James Morgan – engineer
  • Mike Kemp – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Robyn Hitchcock, except where noted.

  1. I Wanna Destroy You
  2. Kingdom of Love
  3. Positive Vibrations
  4. I Got the Hots
  5. Insanely Jealous
  6. Tonight
  7. You’ll Have to Go Sideways – Robyn Hitchcock, Kimberley Rew
  8. Old Pervert – Robyn Hitchcock, Kimberley Rew, Matthew Seligman, Morris Windsor
  9. Queen of Eyes
  10. Underwater Moonlight

 

On February 26, 1966.

On February 26, 1966, “Impulse” label released “Ascension”, the 21st John Coltrane album. It was recorded on June 28, 1965, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, and was produced by Bob Thiele.

Personnel:

  • Freddie Hubbard– trumpet
  • Dewey Johnson– trumpet
  • Marion Brown– alto saxophone
  • John Tchicai– alto saxophone
  • John Coltrane– tenor saxophone
  • Pharoah Sanders– tenor saxophone
  • Archie Shepp– tenor saxophone
  • McCoy Tyner– piano
  • Art Davis– bass
  • Jimmy Garrison– bass
  • Elvin Jones– drums

Track listing:

Edition I

“Ascension – John Coltrane

Edition II

“Ascension – John Coltrane

 

On June 28, 2005.

On June 28, 2005, “RCA” label released “There’s a Fire”, the third Longwave studio album. It was recorded July–September 2004, at “Allaire Studios” in Shokan, New York, “Cello Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by John Lackie.

Personnel:

  • Steve Schiltz — vocals, guitars
  • Shannon Ferguson — guitars
  • Nic Brown — drums
  • Carlos Anthony Molina – saxophone
  • John Leckie- mixing
  • Ted Jensen- mastering
  • George Shilling- engineer (basic tracks)
  • Steven Rhodes – engineer (overdubs)
  • Matthew Cullen – additional engineering
  • Nik Karpen – additional engineering
  • Pete Min – additional engineering
  • Longwave – art direction
  • Robin C. Hendrickson – art direction
  • Mandolyn Wilson – illustration

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Schiltz, Shannon Ferguson, Nic Brown and Carlos Anthony Molina.

  1. There’s a Fire
  2. Underworld
  3. River (Depot Song)
  4. The Flood
  5. Tell Me I’m Wrong
  6. Heart Attack
  7. Dancing in the Light
  8. We’re Not Gonna Crack
  9. Down in Here
  10. Fall on Every Whim
  11. Next Plateau
  12. Underneath You Know the Names
  13. Sea Monster (hidden track)

On June 28, 1968.

On June 28, 1968, “Fontana” label released “Mighty Garvey!”, the fifth and final Manfred Mann studio album. It was recorded 1967 – 1968, and was produced by Manfred Mann.

Personnel:

  • Manfred Mann– keyboards, backing vocals
  • Tom McGuinness– guitar, backing vocals
  • Mike d’Abo– lead vocals
  • Mike Hugg– drums and percussion
  • Klaus Voormann– bass, woodwind, backing vocals
  • Derek Wadsworth– trombone
  • Keith Altham – liner notes

Track listing:

  1. Happy Families – Mike d’Abo
  2. No Better, No Worse – Mike d’Abo
  3. Every Day Another Hair Turns Grey – Mike Hugg
  4. Country Dancing – Mike d’Abo
  5. It’s So Easy Falling – Mike Hugg
  6. Happy Families – Mike d’Abo
  7. Mighty Quinn – Bob Dylan
  8. Big Betty – Huddie Ledbetter
  9. The Vicar’s Daughter – Mike d’Abo
  10. Each and Every Day – Mike Hugg
  11. Cubist Town – Tom McGuinness, Charles Perrot
  12. Ha! Ha! Said the Clown – Tony Hazzard
  13. Harry the One-Man Band – Mike Hugg
  14. Happy families – Mike d’Abo