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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)
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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

In February 1961.

In February 1961, “Blue Note” label released “Moods”, the seventh  Three Sounds album. It was recorded on June 28, 1960, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, and was produced by Alfred Lion.

Personnel:

  • Gene Harris- piano
  • Andrew Simpkins- bass
  • Bill Dowdy- drums

Track listing:

  1. Love for Sale – Cole Porter
  2. Things Ain’t What They Used to Be – Mercer Ellington
  3. On Green Dolphin Street – Bronisław Kaper, Ned Washington
  4. Loose Walk – Sonny Stitt
  5. Li’l Darlin – Neal Hefti
  6. I’m Beginning to See the Light – Duke Ellington, Don George, Jimmy Hodges, Harry James
  7. Tammy’s Breeze – Gene Harris
  8. Sandu – Clifford Brown

On June 28, 1985.

On June 28, 1985, “Albert Production” label released “Fly on the Wall”, the tenth AC/DC studio album. It was recorded October 1984–February 1985, at “Mountain Studios” in Montreux, Switzerland, and was produced by Angus Young and Malcolm Young. The album was certified Platinum in US by “RIAA”.

Personnel:

  • Brian Johnson– lead vocals
  • Angus Young– lead guitar
  • Malcolm Young– rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Cliff Williams– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Simon Wright– drums, percussion
  • Mark Dearnley – engineer
  • Bob Defrin – art director
  • Todd Schorr– cover illustration

Track listing:

All tracks by Malcolm Young, Angus Young and Brian Johnson.

  1. Fly on the Wall
  2. Shake Your Foundations
  3. First Blood
  4. Danger
  5. Sink the Pink
  6. Playing With the Girls
  7. Stand Up
  8. Hell of High Water
  9. Back in Business
  10. Send for the Man

In February 1966.

In February 1966, “Impulse!” label released “Ascension”, the 38th John Coltrane album. It was recorded on June 28, 1965, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, and was produced by Bob Thiele.

Personnel:

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

Track listing:

  1. Edition I

Ascension – John Coltrane

  1. Edition II

Ascension – John Coltrane

On June 28, 1988.

Public Enemy - It Takes a Nation o fMillions to Hold Us Back

On June 28, 1988, “Def Jam Recordings” released “It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back”, the second Public Enemy studio album. It was recorded in 1987, at “Chung King Studios”, “Greene St. Recording” and “Sabella Studios” in New York, and was produced by Chuck D, Rick Rubin and Hank Shocklee. The album  has been regarded by the music critics as one of the greatest and most influential albums of all time In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine Sabella Studios, New York, ranked it at number 48 on its list of the “500 greatest albums of all time”, in 1995, “Q” magazine voted “It Takes a Nation” “The Greatest Rap Album of All Time”. The album was certified Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Johnny Juice Rosado, Terminator X – turntables
  • Harry Allen, Chuck D, Fab 5 Freddy, Flavor Flav, Erica Johnson, Oris Josphe, Professor Griff – vocals
  • Assistant production – Eric “Vietnam” Sadler
  • Engineering – Greg Gordon, John Harrison, Jeff Jones, Jim Sabella, Nick Sansano, Christopher Shaw, Matt Tritto, Chuck Valle
  • Executive production – Rick Rubin
  • Mixing – Keith Boxley, DJ Chuck Chillout, Steven Ett, Rod Hui
  • Photography – Glen E. Friedman
  • Production supervisor – Bill Stephney
  • Programming – Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee

Track listing:

  1. Countdown to Armageddon – Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour,Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee
  2. Bring the Noise – Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour, Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee
  3. Don’t Believe the Hype – Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour, Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee, William “Flavor Flav” Drayton
  4. Cold Lampin’ with Flavor – Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee, William “Flavor Flav” Drayton
  5. Terminator X to the Edge of Panic – Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour, Norman “Terminator X” Rogers, William “Flavor Flav” Drayton
  6. Mind Terrorist – Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour, Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee
  7. Louder Than a Bomb – Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour, Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee
  8. Caught, Can We Get a Witness? – Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour, Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee
  9. Show’ Em Whatcha Got – Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour, Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee
  10. She Watch Channel Zero?!” – Richard “Professor Griff” Griffin, Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour, Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee, William “Flavor Flav” Drayton
  11. Night of the Living Baseheads – Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour, Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee
  12. Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos – Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour, Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee, William “Flavor Flav” Drayton
  13. Security of the First World – Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour, Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee
  14. Rebel Without a Pause – Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour, Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee, Rogers
  15. Prophets of Rage – Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour, Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee, William “Flavor Flav” Drayton
  16. Party for Your Right to Fight – Carlton “Chuck D” Ridenhour, Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee

 

On June 28, 1982.

Pictures_at_Eleven

On June 28, 1982, “Swan Song” label released “Pictures at Eleven”, the debut Robert Plant solo album. It was recorded in 1982, at “Rockfield Studios” in Monmouth,Wales, and was produced by Robert Plant.  It was the only Plant’s solo album released on Led Zeppelin’s record label “Swan Song”, as the label ceased to function until his next album “The Principle of Moments” from 1983.

Personnel:

  • Robert Plant – vocals
  • Phil Collins- drums
  • Cozy Powell- drums
  • Paul Martinez- bass guitar
  • Raphael Ravenscroft- saxophone
  • Robbie Blunt- guitars
  • Jezz Woodroffe- keyboards, synthesizers

Track listing:

All tracks by Robert Plant and Robbie Blunt, except where noted.

  1. Burning Down One Side – Robert Plant, Robbie Blunt, Jezz Woodroffe
  2. Moonlight in Samosa
  3. Pledge Pin
  4. Slow Dancer
  5. Worse Than Detroit
  6. Fat Lip – Robert Plant, Robbie Blunt, Jezz Woodroffe
  7. Like I’ve Never Been Gone
  8. Mystery Title