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On July 21, 2006.

On July 21, 2006, “Glacier Records” label released “Follow Me”, the third Bearfoot album. It was recorded in 2006, and was produced by Gene Libbea.

Personnel:

  • Annalisa Tornfelt – lead vocals, baritone vocals, high baritone vocals, fiddle, guitar, arranger
  • Angela Oudean – baritone vocals, tenor vocals, fiddle, arranger
  • Kate Hamre – lead vocals, baritone vocals, tenor vocals, acoustic bass, arranger
  • Mike Mickelson – lead vocals, guitar, arranger
  • Jtason Norris – lead vocals, baritone vocals, mandolin, arranger
  • Gene Libbea – arranger

Track listing:

All tracks by Annalisa Tornfelt except where noted.

  1. Molasses
  2. Go on Home
  3. Follow Me
  4. Sweet Pea
  5. Deep River Blues – Anton Delmore, adapted by Doc Watson
  6. Just Stay
  7. Easier Days – Jason Norris
  8. Village idiot
  9. The Most Lonely
  10. The Blackets Crow – traditional
  11. Little Bird – Becky Buller
  12. Sold My Soul to an Angel

On August 24, 2009.

On August 24, 2009, “Megaphonic” label released “Ellipse”, the third Imogen Heap studio album. It was recorded March 2007 – June 2009, in Heap’s studio in Essex, and was produced by Imogen Heap.

Personnel:

  • Imogen Heap– vocals, programming, engineer, design, sounds
  • Leo Abrahams– electric guitar
  • Ian Burdge – cello
  • Arve Henriksen– trumpet
  • Oliver Langford – violin
  • Richie Mills – drums
  • Nitin Sawhney– acoustic guitar
  • Ashwin Srinivasan – background vocals, bansuri
  • Zhang Jian & Christiaan Virant – Buddha Machine
  • Simon Heyworth – mastering engineer
  • Joe Gilder – mastering assistant
  • Jennie Hancock, Ewan Robertson – projection concept
  • Andy Hau – ellipse Swirl Logo
  • Richard Bull – design
  • Annelieke Bosdijk, Albert Q Bui, Jessica Butler, Alex Carmichal, Randall Dameron, J. Daniel Geddis, Vladislav Gusarov, Adriane Lake, Nick Moulakis, Nathan Nye, Michelle Thomas – projection
  • Jeremy Cowart – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Imogen Heap.

  1. First Train Home
  2. Wait it Out
  3. Earth
  4. Little Bird
  5. Swoon
  6. Tidal
  7. Between Sheets
  8. 2-1 (formerly Polyfilla)
  9. Bad Body Double
  10. Aha!
  11. The Fire

In October 1968.

In October 1968, “Warner Bros” label released “Bradley’s Barn”, the fifth Beau Brummels studio album. It was recorded in 1968, at “Bradley’s Barn”, Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, and was produced by Lenny Waronker.

Personnel:

  • David Briggs– keyboards
  • Kenny Buttrey– drums
  • Ron Elliott – guitar, vocals
  • Norbert Putnam– bass
  • Jerry Reed– guitar
  • Sal Valentino – vocals

Track listing:

  1. Turn Around – Bob Durand, Ron Elliot
  2. An Added Attraction (Come and See Me) – Sal Valentino
  3. Deep Water – Ron Elliot, Sal Valentino
  4. Long Walking Down to Misery – Ron Elliot
  5. Little Bird – Ron Elliot
  6. Cherokee Girl – Bob Durand, Ron Elliot
  7. I’m a Sleeper – Ron Elliot, Sal Valentino
  8. Loneliest Man in Town – Ron Elliot
  9. Love Can Fall a Long Way Down – Bob Durand, Ron Elliot
  10. Jessica – Ron Elliot, Sal Valentino
  11. Bless You California – Randy Newman

On June 20, 2000.

On June 20, 2000, “Sympathy for the Record Industry” label released “De Stijl”, the second White Stripes studio album. It was recorded 1999–2000, at “Third Man Studio” in Detroit, Michigan, and was produced by Jack White. The album name comes from De Stijl (“the style” in English), a Dutch art movement.

Personnel:

  • Jack White– guitar, piano, lead vocals, double bass
  • Meg White– drums, tambourine, backing vocals, shaker, floortom
  • John Szymanski – harmonica
  • Paul Henry Ossy – violin, electric violin

Track listing:

All tracks by Jack White except where noted.

  1. You’re Pretty Good Looking (For a Girl)
  2. Hello Operator
  3. Little Bird
  4. Apple Blossom
  5. I’m Bound to Pack It Up
  6. Death Letter – Eddie James “Son” House
  7. Sister, Do You Know My Name?
  8. Truth Doesn’t Make a Noise
  9. A Boy’s Best Friend
  10. Let’s Build a Home
  11. Jumble, Jumble
  12. Why Can’t You Be Nicer to Me?
  13. Your Southern Can Is Mine – William Samuel “Blind Willie” McTell