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On June 8, 2015.

On June 8, 2015, “Virgin EMI” and “Wind-up Records” labels released “Ones and Zeros”, the third Young Guns studio album. It was recorded 2013 – 2015, at “Real World Studios” in Bath, England, and was produced by Steve Osborne.

Personnel:

  • Gustav Wood – vocals
  • Fraser Taylor – lead guitar
  • John Taylor – rhythm guitar
  • Simon Mitchell – bass guitar
  • Ben Jolliffe – drums
  • Adrian Bushby – mixing
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering

Track listing:

  1. Rising Up
  2. I Want Out
  3. Infinity
  4. Memento Mon
  5. Lullaby
  6. Daylight
  7. Speaking in Tongues
  8. Colour Blind
  9. Gravity
  10. Die on Time
  11. Ones and Zeros

On April 27, 2004.

On April 27, 2004, “ECM” label released “Promises Kept”, the 28th Steve Kuhn album. It was recorded June – September 2000, at “Edison Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.

Personnel:

  • Steve Kuhn – piano
  • David Finck – bass
  • String Ensemble conducted by Carlos Franzetti
  • Krista Bennion Feeney, Elizabeth Lim-Dutton, Richard Sortomme, Karl Kawahara, Barry Finclair, Helen Kim, Robert Shaw, Carol Pool, Anca Nicolau -violin
  • Sue Pray, Vince Lionti, Karen Ritscher – viola
  • Stephanie Cummins, Richard Locker, Joshua Gordon – cello

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Kuhn.

  1. Lullaby
  2. Life’s Backward Glance
  3. Trance
  4. Morning Dew
  5. Promises Kept
  6. Adagio
  7. Celtic Princess
  8. Nostalgia
  9. Oceans in the Sky
  10. Pastorale

On March 18, 2013.

On March 18, 2013, “Abstract Dragon” label released “Specter at the Feast”, the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club studio album. It was recorded in 2012, and was produced by Ethan Allen, Chris Goss, Nic Jodoin, Michael Patterson, Mark Rains, Peter Hayes and Leah Shapiro.

Personnel:

  • Peter Hayes – vocals, guitar, bass guitar, harmonica, keyboards
  • Robert Levon Been – vocals, guitar, bass guitar, piano
  • Leah Shapiro – drums, percussion, backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Fire Walker
  2. Let the Day Begin
  3. Returning
  4. Lullaby
  5. Hate the Taste
  6. Rival
  7. Teenage Disease
  8. Some Kind of Ghosts
  9. Sometimes the Light
  10. Funny Games
  11. Sell It
  12. Lose Yourself

On January 27, 1997.

On January 27, 1997, “Sony Soho Square” label released “Glow”, the second Reef studio album. It was recorded April – September 1996, and was George Drakoulias, Gary Stringer, Kenwyn House, Jack Bessant and Dominic Greensmith.

Personnel:

  • Gary Stringer – vocals
  • Kenwyn House – guitar
  • Jack Bessant – bass
  • Dominic Greensmith – drums
  • Benmont Tench – keyboards
  • Chris Trujillo – percussion
  • Jim Scott – recording
  • Richard Digby Smith – recording, mixing
  • Sylvia Massy – mixing
  • Stephen Marcussen – mastering

Track listing:

All lyrics by Gary Stringer; all music by Gary Stringer, Kenwyn House, Jack Bessant and Dominic Greensmith.

  1. Place Your Hands
  2. I Would Have Left You
  3. Summer’s in Bloom
  4. Lately Stomping
  5. Consideration
  6. Don’t You Like It?
  7. Come Back Brighter
  8. Higher Vibration
  9. I’m Not Scared
  10. Robot Riff
  11. Yer Old
  12. Lullaby

On October 20, 1998.

On October 20, 1998, “Verve” label released “Gershwin’s World”, the 42nd Herbie Hancock album. It was recorded March – June 1998, and was produced by Robert Sadin.

Personnel:

  • Herbie Hancock– piano, organ, arranger, liner notes
  • Stevie Wonder– vocals, harmonica, arranger
  • Joni Mitchell– vocals
  • Chick Corea– piano
  • Stanley Clarke– bass
  • Ira Coleman – bass, production assistant
  • James Carter– soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone
  • Alex Al – bass
  • Toby Appel – viola
  • Cyro Baptista– percussion
  • Kathleen Battle– soprano, vocals
  • Ronnie Bauch – violin
  • Martha Caplin – concert master, violin
  • Terri Lyne Carrington– drums, production assistant
  • Susannah Chapman – cello
  • Catherine Cho – violin
  • Sarah Clarke – principal viola
  • Charles Curtis – cello
  • Nicolas Danielson – violin
  • Marji Danilow – bass
  • Madou Dembelle – djembe
  • Matthew Dine – English horn
  • Massamba Diop – talking drum
  • Karen Dreyfus – viola
  • Jennifer Frautschi – violin
  • Kenny Garrett– alto saxophone
  • Marlon Graves – guitar, mixing, percussion
  • Michael Finn – principal bassoon
  • Brian Greene – oboe
  • Bireyma Guiye – percussion
  • Eddie Henderson – flugelhorn, trumpet
  • Cynde Iverson – bassoon
  • Gene Jackson – drums
  • Joanna Jenner – violin
  • Renee Jolles – violin Eastman School of Music
  • Chris Komer – horn
  • Bakithi Kumalo– bass, guitar
  • Elizabeth Mann – flute
  • Cheik Mbaye – percussion
  • Melissa Meel – cello
  • Katherine Murdock – viola
  • Charles Neidich– clarinet, E flat clarinet
  • Ahling Neu – viola
  • Donald Palma – principal bass
  • Ellen Payne – violin
  • Todd Phillips – violin
  • Nardo Poy – viola
  • William Purvis – principal horn
  • Richard Rood – violin
  • Eriko Sato – principal violin
  • Wayne Shorter– soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone
  • David Singer – clarinet
  • Mina Smith – cello
  • Clavin Wiersman – violin
  • Peter Winograd – violin
  • Asmira Woodward-Page – violin
  • Eric Wyrick – violin
  • Naoko Tanaka – violin
  • Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
  • Robert Sadin – arranger, audio production, drum programming, liner notes, percussion programming, programming
  • David Charles Abell – consultant
  • Dave Darlington – engineer
  • Rob Eaton – audio engineer, engineer
  • Clark Germain – audio engineer, engineer
  • Steve Genewick – assistant
  • Robi Banerji, Thom Cadley, Fred Hedemark, Pete Karam – Ron Martinez, Jason Stasium, Brett Swain, David Swope, Kayo Teramoto – assistant engineer
  • Andreas Meyer – digital editing
  • Pedro Moreira – assistant, music assistant
  • Melinda Murphy – production coordination
  • Darcy Proper, Bill Airey Smith – digital editing
  • Rob Rapley – digital editing, engineer
  • Doug Sax, Mark Wilder – mastering
  • Al Schmitt – surround mix
  • Rich Breen – tracking engineer
  • Bruce Swedien, Brian Vibberts– mixing
  • Camille Tominaro, Tom Truslow – production coordination
  • Todd Whitelock – audio engineer, engineer
  • Istvan Banyai – artwork, illustrations
  • Jimmy Katz – photography, session photographer
  • James Minchin – cover photo, photography
  • Robert Zuckerman – session photographer
  • Theodora Kuslan – release coordinator

Track listing:

  1. Overture (Fascinating Rhythm)
  2. It Ain’t Necessarily So
  3. The Man I Love
  4. Here Come De Honey Man
  5. Louis Blues
  6. Lullaby
  7. Blueberry Rhyme
  8. It Ain’t Necessarily So Interlude
  9. Cotton Tail
  10. Summertime
  11. My Man’s Gone Now
  12. Prelude In C# Minor
  13. Concerto For Piano And Orchestra In G, 2nd Movement
  14. Embraceable You

On February 22, 2010.

On February 22, 2010, “Polydor” label released “Falcon”, the second Courteeners studio album. It was recorded 2009 – 2010, and was produced by Ed Buller.

Personnel:

  • Liam Fray – vocals, guitars
  • Daniel Moores – guitars
  • Mark Cuppello – bass guitars
  • Michael Campbell – drums
  • Lee Slater – engineering
  • Michael Bauer, Jeremy Wheatley – mixing
  • Adam Payne – keys, strings

Track listing:

All tracks by Liam Fray.

  1. The Opener
  2. Take Over the World
  3. Cross My Heart & Hope To Fly
  4. You Overdid It Doll
  5. Lullaby
  6. Good Times Are Calling
  7. The Rest of the World Has Gone Home
  8. Sycophant
  9. Cameo Brooch
  10. Scratch Your Name Upon My Lips
  11. Last of the Ladies
  12. Will It Be This Way Forever?

 

In November 1971.

In November 1971, “Harvest” label released “Whatevershebringswesing”, the third Kevin Ayers album. It was recorded March – August 1971, at “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by Kevin Ayers and Andrew King.

Personnel:

  • Kevin Ayers– vocals, guitar, bass
  • David Bedford– keyboards, orchestral arrangements
  • Mike Oldfield– bass, guitar
  • Dave Dufort– drums
  • William Murray– percussion
  • Tony Carr – drums
  • Robert Wyatt– harmony vocals
  • Didier Malherbe– saxophone, flute
  • Gerry Fields – violin
  • Johnny Van Derek – violin
  • Bruce Malamut – flugelhorns, incidental brass, assistant engineer
  • Peter Mews, John Barrett – engineer
  • Adrian Boot – design
  • Adrian Lyne – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Kevin Ayers except where noted.

  1. There is Loving/Among Us/There is Loving – “Among Us” – David Bedford
  2. Margaret
  3. Oh My
  4. Song from the Bottom of a Well
  5. Whatevershebringswesing
  6. Stranger in Blue Suede Shoes
  7. Champagne Cowboy Blues – Mike Oldfield
  8. Lullaby

 

In September 1971.

In September 1971, “Decca” label released “Pilgrimage”, the second Wishbone Ash studio album. It was recorded in May 1971, at “De Lane Lea Studios” in London, and was produced by Derek Lawrence.

Personnel:

  • Andy Powell– guitar, vocals
  • Ted Turner– guitar, vocals
  • Martin Turner– bass, vocals
  • Steve Upton– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Martin Turner, Steve Upton, Ted Turner and Andy Powell, except where noted.

  1. Vas Dis – Jack McDuff
  2. The Pilgrim
  3. Jail Bait
  4. Alone
  5. Lullaby
  6. Valediction
  7. Where Were You Tomorrow

 

In June 1971.

In June 1971, “Edsel Records” label released “Sing Children Sing”, the debut Lesley Duncan album. It was recorded in 1971, and was produced by Jimmy Horowitz.

Personnel:

  • Lesley Duncan – vocals, guitar, mandolin
  • Jimmy Horowitz – organ, piano, celeste, keyboards
  • Toni Campo – bass
  • Terry Cox– drums
  • Elton John– piano
  • Tristan Fry– percussion
  • Joe Moretti – guitar
  • Chris Spedding– guitar, bouzouki
  • Ray Cooper– percussion
  • Engineered by Andy Knight, Mike Claydon
  • Art direction by John Hays
  • David Katz – string arrangements

Track listing:

All songs by Lesley Duncan unless otherwise noted.

  1. Chain Of Love – Lesley Duncan, Jimmy Horowitz
  2. Lullaby
  3. Help Me Jesus
  4. Rubin
  5. Rainbow Games
  6. Love Song
  7. Sunshine (Send Them Away)
  8. Crying In The Sun- Lesley Duncan, Jimmy Horowitz
  9. Emma – Lesley Duncan, Jimmy Horowitz
  10. If You Won’t Be Mine
  11. Sing Children Sing

 

On March 1970.

tom-rush

In March 1970, “Columbia” label released the seventh, self-titled Tom Rush album. It was recorded in 1970, and was produced by Ed Freeman.

Personnel:

  • Tom Rush – guitar, vocals
  • Trevor Veitch- guitar, mandolin, mandocello
  • David Bromberg- dobro
  • Ed Freeman – 12-string guitar
  • Red Rhodes- steel guitar
  • Warren Bernhardt- organ, piano
  • Paul Griffin- organ
  • Duke Bardwell – bass
  • Ron Carter- bass
  • Herb Lovelle- drums
  • Julie Held – orchestra assembly
  • Jim Reeves – recording engineer
  • Ed Freeman – arranger
  • Don Hunstein – photography

Track listing:

  1. Driving Wheel – David Wiffen
  2. Rainy Day Man – James Taylor, Zachary Wiesner
  3. Drop Down Mama – Sleepy John Estes
  4. Old Man’s Song – Murray McLauchlan
  5. Lullaby – Jesse Colin Young
  6. These Days – Jackson Browne
  7. Wild Child – Fred Neil
  8. Colors of the Sun – Jackson Browne
  9. Livin’ in the Country – Day, W. Winsted
  10. Child’s Song – Murray McLauchlan