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On June 6, 2014.

On June 6, 2014, “Columbia” label released “48:13”, the fifth Kasabian studio album. It was recorded in 2013, in London, and was produced by Sergio Pizzorno.

Personnel:

  • Tom Meighan – lead vocals
  • Sergio Pizzorno – vocals, guitar, synthesizers, programming
  • Chris Edwards – bass guitar
  • Ian Matthews – drums, percussion
  • London Metropolitan Orchestra
  • Tim Carter – guitar, additional drum programming
  • Wilf Dillon – Latin reading
  • Ben Kealey – Wurlitzer
  • Gary Alesbrook – trumpet
  • Trevor Mires – trombone
  • Andrew Kinsman – saxophone
  • Suli Breaks – additional vocals
  • Steve McLaughlin – engineering
  • Mark “Spike” Stent – mixing
  • Mike Marsh – mastering
  • Aitor Throup – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Sergio Pizzorno,

  1. (shiva)
  2. bubblebee
  3. stevie
  4. (mortis)
  5. doomsday
  6. treat
  7. glass
  8. explodes
  9. (levitation)
  10. clouds
  11. eez-eh
  12. bow
  13. S.P.S.

On June 6, 2006.

On June 6, 2006, “Blue Note” label released “Pax”, the seventh Andrew Hill album. It was recorded in February 1965, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, and was produced by Alfred Lion.

Personnel:

  • Andrew Hill – piano
  • Freddie Hubbard – cornet 
  • Joe Henderson – tenor saxophone 
  • Richard Davis – bass
  • Joe Chambers – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Andrew Hill

  1. Eris
  2. Pax
  3. Calliope
  4. Euterpe
  5. Erato
  6. Roots ‘n’ Herbs
  7. Euterpe (alternate take)

On June 6, 2000.

On June 6, 2000, “Jeepster” label released “Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like a Peasant”, the fourth Belle & Sebastian album. It was recorded in 2000, at “CaVa Studios” in Glasgow, Scotland, and was produced by Tony Doogan.

Personnel:

  • Stuart Lee Murdoch – lead vocals
  • Stephen Jackson – vocal, guitar
  • Sarah Martin – vocal, violin
  • Chris Geddes – keyboards
  • Helen McSherry, Peter Nicholson – cello
  • Gary Grochia – double bass
  • Richard Colburn – drums
  • Alistair Savage, Cheryl Crockett, Claire McKeown, Dervilagh Cooper, Elin Edwards, Greg Lawson, Liza Webb, Lorna Leitch, Murray Fergusson – violin
  • Paul Fox – flute
  • Mick Cooke – trumpet
  • Jenny Divers – saxophone
  • Ronan Breslin – trombone
  • Alistair Cooke , Francis Macdonald, Jonny Quinn – percussion
  • Tony Doogan – recording
  • Ian Grier, Willie Deans – recording assistants
  • Frank Arkwright – mastering
  • Andrew Symington – design
  • Laura Molloy – illustration
  • Con Carson – photography

Track listing:

  1. I Fought in a War
  2. The Model
  3. Beyond the Sunrise
  4. Waiting for the Moon to Rise
  5. Don’t Leave the Light on Baby
  6. The Wrong Girl
  7. The Chalet Lines
  8. Nice Day for a Sulk
  9. Women’s Realm
  10. Family Tree
  11. There’s Too Much Love

On June 6, 2012.

On June 6, 2012, “Novosti” and “Long Play” labels released “Daljina, dim i prašina”, the ninth Bajaga i Instruktori album. It was recorded 2011 – 2012, and was produced by Vojislav Aralica.

Personnel:

  • Momčilo Bajagić- vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica
  • Miroslav Cvetković – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Saša Lokner – keyboards, organ
  • Žika Milenković- backing vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Čeda Macura – drums, backing vocals
  • Marko Nježić – electric guitar, backing vocals
  • Vojislav Aralica – electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, programming
  • Miloš Nikolić – trumpet, trombone, horn
  • Dejan Momčilović – drums
  • Marko Kuzmanović – drums
  • Igor Malešević – drums
  • Ivan Aleksijević – piano, organ
  • Alesandar Radojčić – percussion
  • Demonja Nikola – tenor saxophone
  • Nikola Vranjković- solo guitar
  • Davor Rodik – slide guitar
  • Nevena Filipović – backing vocals
  • Bojana Račić – backing vocals
  • Jadranka Kristof – backing vocals
  • Darija Hodnik – backing vocals
  • Ivana Čabraja – backing vocals
  • Dragan Brnaš – backing vocals
  • Vladimir Pavelić – backing vocals
  • String of Life Quartet
    • Hemnalina Milešković – violin
    • Aleksandra Klenkovski – violin
    • Milica Mihailović – viola
    • Ana Dulović – cello
  • Kornelije Kovač- string arrangements

Track listing:

  1. Daljina, dim i prašina
  2. Suza
  3. Mala uska haljina
  4. Vreme
  5. Ako treba da je kraj
  6. Stari put za Novi Sad
  7. Od sumraka do svitanja
  8. Još jednom
  9. Bežiš od mene, ljubavi
  10. Još jednom (radio edit)

On June 6, 2004.

On June 6, 2004, “Music for Nations” label released the self – titled, debut Amplifier album. It was recorded in 2004, at “The Chapel / The Works”, and was produced by Sel Balamir and Steve Lyon.

Personnel:

  • Sel Balamir – vocals, guitar
  • Neil Mahony – bass
  • Matt Brobin – drums
  • Matt Steele – electric and reverse piano
  • Claire Lemmon – backing vocals
  • Mike Vennart – backing vocals
  • Steve Durose– backing vocals
  • Chris Sheldon– mixing
  • Max Dingle – assistant mixing
  • Chris Blair – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Sel Balamir.

  1. Motorhead
  2. Airborne
  3. Panzer
  4. Old Movies
  5. Post Acid Youth
  6. Half Life
  7. Drawing No1
  8. Neon
  9. On/Off
  10. The Consultancy
  11. Drawing No2
  12. One Great Summer
  13. UFOs

On June 6, 1989.

On June 6, 1989, “Elektra” label released “World in Motion”, the ninth Jackson Browne album. It was recorded in 1988, at “Groove Masters” in Santa Monica, CA, “The Power Station” in New York City, “Island Studios” in London, “Studio Devout” in  Paris, and was produced by Jackson Browne and Scott Thurston.

Personnel:

  • Jackson Browne – lead vocals, lead, resonator and baritone guitar, piano, baritone guitar, keyboards, drum programming
  • Craig Doerge– keyboards
  • Doug Haywood – keyboards, organ, harmony vocals
  • Ray Lema– keyboards, harmony vocals
  • Jorge Strunz – acoustic gut-string guitar
  • Scott Thurston– bass, keyboards, guitar, harmony vocals
  • Bob Glaub– bass guitar, guitar
  • Kevin Dukes– guitar, acoustic and electric guitar
  • David Lindley– lap steel guitar
  • Yves N’Djock – guitar
  • Robbie Shakespeare– bass
  • Sly Dunbar– drums
  • Walfredo Reyes, Jr.– drums
  • Michael Jochum– drums, tom tom
  • Russ Kunkel– drums, drum programming
  • Alex Acuña– percussion
  • Brice Wouassy – percussion
  • Hugo Pedroza – charango, tiple
  • Salif Keita– Malian vocals
  • David Crosby– harmony vocals
  • Bonnie Raitt– harmony vocals
  • Lori B. Williams – harmony vocals
  • Drummie Zeb– harmony vocals
  • Djene Doumbouya – harmony vocals
  • Brinsley Dan Forde– harmony vocals
  • Tony Gad – harmony vocals
  • Bill Irvin – production assistant
  • James Geddes, Paul Smykle – engineer
  • Terry Becker, Jim Nipar, David Tickle, Phillippe Boisse, Roy Hendrickson – additional engineer
  • Scott Blockland, Ingmar Kiang – assistant engineer
  • Doug Sax– mastering
  • Ed Wong – technical engineer
  • Dawn Patrol, Jimmy Wachtel – art direction, design
  • Annie Leibovitz – photography
  • Francisco Letelier – paintings

Track listing:

All tracks by Jackson Browne except where noted:

  1. World in Motion – Jackson Browne, Craig Doerge
  2. Enough of the Night
  3. Chasing You into the Light
  4. How Long
  5. Anything Can Happen
  6. When the Stone Begins to Turn
  7. The Word Justice – Jackson Browne, Scott Thurston
  8. My Personal Revenge – Tomás Borge, Luis Enrique Mejía Godoy, translation by Jorge Calderón
  9. I Am a Patriot – Steven Van Zandt
  10. Lights and Virtues

 

On June 6, 2019.

On June 6, 2019, Malcolm John Rebennack aka Dr. John, died aged 77. He was singer – songwriter and musician (piano, keyboards and guitar), regarded as one of the greatest New Orleans music icons. He had successful solo career and performed and recorded with many famous musicians and bands, including Art Blakey, Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band, Van Morrison, Dan Auerbach, Eric Clapton, Bob Seger, Joe Walsh, Canned Heat, The Rolling Stones, Mike Bloomfield, Spiritualized, David Newman, Ray Anderson, Levon Helm, John Hammond, Gregg Allman, Papa John Creach, Bennie Wallace, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Harry Connick Jr., Hank Crawford, Jimmy Smith, Jools Holland, Steve Tyrell, B. B. King and Marcus Miller. Dr. John won six “Grammy Awards”, and was inducted into the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” in 2011. In May 2013, he received honorary doctorate of fine arts from “Tulane University.

On June 6, 2011.

On June 6, 2011, “Warp” label released “Gloss Drop”, the second Battles studio album. It was recorded 2010 – 2011, at “Machines with Magnets” in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, and was produced by Dave Konopka, John Stainer, Ian Williams, Keith Souza and Seth Manchester.

Personnel:

  • Dave Konopka– bass, guitar, effects
  • John Stanier– drums
  • Ian Williams– guitar, keyboards
  • Matias Aguayo – vocals
  • Gary Numan– vocals
  • Kazu Makino– vocals
  • Yamantaka Eye– vocals
  • Keith Souza – mixing
  • Seth Manchester – mixing
  • Ryan Smith – mastering
  • Dave Konopka– art direction
  • Lesley Unruh – photography

Track listing:

  1. Africastle
  2. Ice Cream
  3. Futura
  4. Inchworm
  5. Wall Street
  6. My Machines
  7. Dominican Fade
  8. Sweetie & Shag
  9. Toddler
  10. Rolls Boyce
  11. White Electric
  12. Sundome

On June 6, 2006.

On June 6, 2006, “Cooking Vinyl” label released “Greenland”, the seventh Cracker  studio album. It was recorded in 2006, and was produced by David Lowery, John Morand and Mark Linkous.

Personnel:

  • David Lowery– vocals, guitar
  • Johnny Hickman– vocals, lead guitar
  • Victor Krummenacher– vocals, bass
  • Frank Funaro– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by David Lowery, except for where noted.

  1. Something You Ain’t Got – Rob McCutcheon, Zac Ray, Dwight Young
  2. Maggie
  3. Where Have Those Days Gone? – David Lowery, Matt Durant
  4. Fluffy Lucy
  5. The Riverside
  6. Gimme One More Chance – David Lowery, David Immerglück
  7. I’m So Glad She Ain’t Never Coming Back – David Lowery, David Immerglück, Johnny Hickman
  8. Sidi Ifni – David Lowery, Johnny Hickman
  9. I Need Better Friends
  10. Minotaur
  11. Night Falls – David Lowery, Johnny Hickman
  12. Better Times Are Coming Our Way
  13. Everybody Gets One for Free – David Lowery, Johnny Hickman, Matt Durant, Stephen Koester
  14. Darling, We’re Out of Time – David Lowery, Matt Durant

 

In January 1970.

In January 1970, “Blue Note” label released “Fancy Free”, the 35th Donald Byrd album. It was recorded May 9 – June 6, 1969, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, and was produced by Duke Pearson.

Personnel:

  • Donald Byrd– trumpet
  • Frank Foster– tenor and soprano saxophone
  • Julian Priester– trombone
  • Lew Tabackin, Jerry Dodgion – flute
  • Duke Pearson– electric piano
  • Jimmy Ponder– guitar
  • Roland Wilson – bass
  • Joe Chambers, Leo Morris – drums
  • Nat Bettis, John H. Robinson Jr.- percussion

Track listing:

  1. Fancy Free – Donald Byrd
  2. I Love the Girl – Donald Byrd
  3. The Uptowner – Mitch Farber
  4. Weasil – Charles Hendricks