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On February 17, 1992.

On February 17, 1992, “Fontana” label released “Seven”, the fourth James studio album. It was recorded in 1991, at “The Manor Studios” in Oxfordshire and “Olympic Studios” in London, and was produced by Youth, Steve Chase, Tim Booth, Larry Gott, Jim Glennie, Saul Davies, Mark Hunter, Andy Diagram and Dave Baynton-Power.

Personnel:

  • Tim Booth– vocals
  • Larry Gott– guitar
  • Jim Glennie- bass guitar
  • Saul Davies– guitar
  • Mark Hunter- piano, keyboards
  • Andy Diagram– trumpet
  • Dave Baynton-Power– drums
  • Durga McBroom— backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Tim Booth, Larry Gott and Jim Glennie.

  1. Born of Frustration
  2. Ring the Bells
  3. Sound
  4. Bring a Gun
  5. Mother
  6. Don’t Wait That Long
  7. Live a Love of Life
  8. Next Lover
  9. Heavens
  10. Protect Me
  11. Seven

On February 14, 1974.

On February 14, 1974, “Harvest” label released “Valentine”, seventh Roy Harper album. It was recorded in 1973, at “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by Peter Jenner and Roy Harper.

Personnel:

  • Roy Harper– vocals, guitar
  • Pete Sears- electric bass
  • Mike Gibbs – brassarrangement
  • Ronnie Lane- electric bass
  • Steve Broughton – percussion
  • David Bedford- orchestral arrangements
  • Joe Petagno – artwork (carbon Roy Harper portrait)

Track listing:

All tracks by Roy Harper, except where noted.

  1. Forbidden Fruit
  2. Male Chauvinist Pig Blues
  3. I’ll See You Again
  4. Twelve Hours of Sunset
  5. Acapulco Gold
  6. Commune
  7. Magic Woman (Liberation Reshuffle)
  8. Che
  9. North Country – traditional, arranged by Roy Harper
  10. Forever

In February 1977.

In February 1977, “Harvest” label released “The Prospect Before Us”, the debut Albion Dance Band (as The Albion Dance Band) album. It was recorded in 1976, at “Sound Techniques” and “Olympic Studios” in London, and was produced by Ashley Hutchings and Simon Nicol.

Personnel:

  • Ashley Hutchings– vocals, electric bass guitar
  • Simon Nicol- electric and acoustic guitars, piano
  • Michael Gregory – drums, nakers, percussion
  • Philip Pickett- curtals, shawms, recorders, crumhorns, bagpipes, rackets, chalumeux, synthesizer
  • John Sothcott, – vielle, citole, crumhorn
  • Graeme Taylor- electric guitar, piano
  • Shirley Collins- vocals.
  • Eddie Upton – vocals, caller
  • John Tams- vocals, melodeon
  • John Rodd – vocals, concertina, tambourine
  • Dave Mattacks- drums, piano, electric piano

Track listing:

  1. Uncle Berhard’s / Jenny Lind
  2. The Hunt Is Up
  3. Varsoviana
  4. Masque
  5. Huntsman’s Chorus
  6. Minuet
  7. Wassail Song
  8. Picking of Sticks / The Old Mole
  9. Merry Sherwood Rangers (live version)
  10. La Sextie Estampe Real
  11. I Wish I was Single Again
  12. The Whim
  13. Hopping Down in Kent
  14. Horse’s Brawl
  15. On Christmas Night All Christians Sing (The Sussex Carol)
  16. Merry Sherwood Rangers (studio version)

On February 10, 1992.

On February 10, 1992, “Columbia” label released “Generation Terrorists”, the debut Manic Street Preachers album. It was recorded July – December 1991, at “Black Barn Studios” in London, and was produced by Steve Brown and The Bomb Squad.

Personnel:

  • James Dean Bradfield– lead vocals, lead, rhythm and acoustic guitars
  • Richey Edwards(credited as Richey James) – rhythm guitar
  • Sean Moore– drum programming, drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Nicky Wire– bass guitar
  • May McKenna – backing vocals
  • Jackie Challenor – backing vocals
  • Lorenza Johnson – backing vocals
  • Dave Eringa– piano, organ
  • Traci Lords– vocals
  • Spike Edney– keyboards
  • Richard Cottle – keyboards
  • Steve Brown – engineering, mixing
  • Matt Ollivier – engineering
  • Owen Davies – mixing
  • Marc Williams – mixing assistance
  • Nicholas Sansano – remixing
  • Frank Rivaleau – remixing
  • Dan Wood – remixing
  • Tom Sheehan – photography
  • Valerie Phillips– photography
  • Paul Slattery – photography
  • Steve Guillick – photography
  • Ed Sirrs – photography
  • Paul Cox – photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Richey Edwards and Nicky Wire, all music by James Dean Bradfield and Sean Moore, except where noted.

  1. Slash ‘n’ Burn
  2. Nat West–Barclays–Midlands–Lloyds
  3. Born to End
  4. Motorcycle Emptiness
  5. You Love Us
  6. Love’s Sweet Exile
  7. Little Baby Nothing
  8. Repeat (Stars and Stripes)
  9. Tennessee
  10. Another Invented Disease
  11. Stay Beautiful
  12. So Dead
  13. Repeat
  14. Spectators of Suicide
  15. Damn Dog – Jacob Brackman, Billy Mernit
  16. Crucifix Kiss
  17. Methadone Pretty
  18. Condemned to Rock ‘n’ Roll

On February 8, 2010.

On February 8, 2010, “XL Recordings” label released “I’m New Here”, the 13th and final Gil Scott-Heron studio album. It was recorded in 2009, at “XL Studio” in London, and was produced by Richard Russell.

Personnel:

  • Gil Scott-Heron– vocals, piano
  • Damon Albarn– keyboards
  • Pat Sullivan – guitar
  • Chris Cunningham– guitar, synthesizer
  • Kim Jordan – piano, backing vocals
  • Tiona Hall – backing vocals
  • Michelle Hutcherson – backing vocals
  • Tyria Stokes – backing vocals
  • Christiana Liberis – strings
  • Mary Jo Stilp – strings
  • Mike Block – strings
  • Una Tone – strings
  • Lawson White – engineer, string arrangements
  • Ichiho Nishiki – engineer
  • Rodaidh McDonald – mixing
  • Phil Lee – artwork
  • Mischa Richter– artwork
  • Richard Russell– cover photo

Track listing:

  1. On Coming from a Broken Home (Part 1) – Gil Scott – Heron
  2. Me and the Devil – Robert Johnson
  3. I’m New Here – Bill Callahan
  4. Tour Soul and Mine – Richard Russell, Gil Scott – Heron
  5. Parents (interlude) – Gill Scot – Heron
  6. I’ll Take care of You – Brook Benton
  7. Being Blessed (interlude) – Gill Scott – Heron
  8. Where Did the Night Go – Gill Scott – Heron
  9. I Was Guided (interlude) – Gill Scott – Heron
  10. New York Is Killing Me – Gill Scott – Heron
  11. Certain Things (interlude) – Gill Scott – Heron
  12. Running – Richard Russell, Gill Scott – Heron
  13. The Crutch – Richard Russell, Gill Scott – Heron
  14. I’ve Been Me (interlude) – Gill Scott – Heron
  15. On Coming from a Broken Home – Gill Scott – Heron

In February 1972.

In February 1972, “Sovereign Records” label released the self-titled, debut Flash studio album. It was recorded in November 1971, at “De lane Lea Studios” in London, and was produced by Derek Lawrence.

Personnel:

  • Peter Banks– electric, acoustic and Spanish guitars, ARP synthesizer, backing vocals, arrangements
  • Colin Carter – lead vocals, percussion, arrangements
  • Ray Bennett – lead and backing vocals, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, arrangements
  • Mike Hough – voice, drums, percussion, cymbals, arrangements
  • Tony Kaye– ARP synthesizer, Hammond organ, piano
  • Martin Birch– engineer
  • Maurice Tate – artwork
  • Barry Wentzell – photography
  • Hipgnosis– design, photography

Track listing:

  1. Small Beginnings – Peter Banks, Colin Carter
  2. Morning Haze – Ray Bennett
  3. Children of the Universe – Ray Bennett
  4. Dreams of Heaven – Peter Banks, Colin Carter
  5. The Time it Takes – Peter Banks, Colin Carter

On January 25, 1994.

On January 25, 1994, “London” label released “Too High to Die”, the eighth Meat Puppets studio album. It was recorded in 1993, at “The Warehouse” in Memphis Tennessee, and was produced by Paul Leary, Derrick Bostrom, Cris Kirkwood and Curt Kirkwood.

Personnel:

  • Derrick Bostrom – drums, paintings
  • Cris Kirkwood – vocals, bass guitar, illustrations
  • Curt Kirkwood – vocals, guitar, paintings
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Dave Jerden – mixing
  • Paul Leary – mixing
  • Stuart Sullivan – engineer, mixing
  • Brad Vosburg – engineer
  • Josing Kiser – assistant
  • Michael Halsband – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Curt Kirkwood, except where noted.

  1. Violet Eyes
  2. Never to Be Found
  3. We Don’t Exist
  4. Severed Goddess Hand
  5. Flaming Heart
  6. Shine
  7. Station – Cris Kirkwood
  8. Roof with a Hole
  9. Backwater
  10. Things
  11. Why?
  12. Evil Love – Cris Kirkwood
  13. Comin’ Down – featuring hidden track “Lake of Fire”