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In May 1973.

In May 1973, “Harvest” label released “Oora”, the fifth Edgar Broughton Band (The) album. It was recorded June – December 1972, at “Olympic Studios” and  “Morgan Studios” in London, “The Manor Studios” in Shipton-on-Cherwell, UK, and was produced by Edgar Broughton, Arthur Grant, Steve Broughton and Victor Unitt.

Personnel:

  • Edgar Broughton – lead vocals, guitar, bass guitar
  • Victor Unitt – lead and backing vocals, electric andf Spanish guitar, piano
  • Arthur Grant – bass guitar, guitar
  • Steve Broughton – vocals, drums, percussion, guitars, tubular bells, tambourine
  • David Bedford – piano
  • Madeline Bell – backing vocals
  • Doris Troy – backing vocals
  • Lisa Strike – backing vocals
  • Maggie Thomas – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Edgar Broughton, except where noted.

  1. Hurricane Man / Rock ‘n’ Roller
  2. Roccococooler
  3. Eviction – Steve Broughton
  4. Oh You Crazy Boy! – Victor Unitt
  5. Things on My Mind – Steve Broughton
  6. Exhibits from a New Museum / Green Lights
  7. Face from a Window / Pretty / Hi-Jack Boogie / Slow Down – Edgar Broughton, Steve Broughton, Arthur Grant, Victor Unitt
  8. Capers – Edgar Broughton, Steve Broughton, Arthur Grant, Victor Unitt

In May 1972.

In May 1972, “Warner Bros” label released “Everything Stops for Tea”, the seventh John Baldry album. It was recorded January – February 1972, at “I.B.C.” and “Morgan Studios” in London, and was produced by Elton John and Rod Stewart.

Personnel:

  • John Baldry – vocals, guitar
  • Elton John – piano, backing vocals
  • Rod Stewart – banjo, backing vocals
  • Madeline Bell – vocals
  • Doris Troy – vocals
  • Liza Strike – vocals
  • Barry St. John – vocals
  • James Litherland – guitar
  • Bob Weston – guitar
  • Davey Johnstone – guitar
  • Sam Mitchell – steel guitar
  • Ian Armit – keyboards
  • Jimmy Horowitz – keyboards
  • Stefan Delft – viola
  • Richard Brown – bass guitar
  • Bill Smith – bass guitar
  • John Porter – bass guitar
  • Klaus Voormann – bass
  • John Dentith – drums
  • Nigel Olsson – drums
  • Terry Stannard – drums
  • Micky Waller – percussion
  • Ray Cooper – percussion
  • Ronnie Wood – cover drawing

Track listing:

  1. Intro: Come Back Again – Ross Wilson
  2. Seventh Son – Willie Dixon
  3. Wild Mountain Thyme – traditional; arranged by John Baldry, Davey Johnstone
  4. Iko Iko – Sharon Jones, Jesse Thomas, Joe Jones, Mary Lynn Jones
  5. Jubilee Cloud – John Kongos, Peter Leroy
  6. Everything Stops for Tea – Al Goodhart, Al Hoffman, Maurice Sigler
  7. You Can’t Judge a Book by the Cover – Willie Dixon
  8. Mother Ain’t Dead – traditional
  9. Hambone – Sam Mitchell
  10. Lord Remember Me – Myrtle Jackson
  11. Armit’s Trousers – Ian Armit

On December 22, 1973.

On December 22, 1973, “RCA” label released “Comin’ Atcha”, the fourth Madeline Bell studio album. It was recorded in October 1973 at “Morgan Studios” in London, in December 1973 at “Dormouse Studio” in Sussex, and was produced by John Paul Jones.

Personnel:

  • Madeline Bell – vocals
  • John Paul Jones – keyboards, synthesiser, bass guitar, guitars, backing vocals, engineer
  • Jean-Pierre “Rolling” Azoulay – guitar
  • Barry De Souza, Tony Newman – drums
  • Jim Lawless – percussion
  • Barry St. John, Doris Troy, Jacques Ploquin, Liza Strike, Mo Jones – backing vocals
  • David Katz – conductor

Track listing:

All tracks by John Paul Jones and Madeline Bell, except where noted.

  1. Make a Move
  2. Without You (I Know What I’ll Do)
  3. I’m So Glad
  4. Gram
  5. Another Girl
  6. Comin’ Atcha
  7. Little Ones
  8. I Wanna Be Around (You!!)
  9. Things
  10. That’s What It’s All About

On November 1, 1971.

On November 1, 1971, “A&M” label released “Footprint”, the second Gary Wright studio album. It was recorded in 1971, in London and New York City, and was produced by Gary Wright.

Personnel:

  • Gary Wright – vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar
  • George Harrison – electric and acoustic guitars
  • Hugh McCracken – electric and acoustic guitars
  • Jerry Donahue – electric guitar, percussion
  • Mick Jones – guitar
  • Klaus Voormann – bass
  • Tom Duffy – bass
  • Alan White – drums, percussion, harpsichord
  • Jim Keltner – drums
  • Jim Gordon – drums
  • Colin Allen – drums, percussion
  • Bryson Graham – drums
  • Bobby Keys – tenor saxophone
  • Jim Price – trumpet, trombone
  • King Curtis – saxophone
  • John Barham – string arrangements
  • Doris Troy, Nanette Newman, Madeline Bell, Liza Strike, Barry St John, P. P. Arnold, Jimmy Thomas – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Wright.

  1. Give Me the Good Earth
  2. Two Faced Man
  3. Love to Survive
  4. Whether It’s Right or Wrong
  5. Stand for Our Rights
  6. Fascinating Things
  7. Forgotten
  8. If You Treat Someone Right

In February 1976.

In February 1976, “EMI” label released “Timeless Flight”, the fourth Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel studio album. It was recorded in 1975, and was produced by Steve Harley.

Personnel:

  • Steve Harley- vocals
  • Jim Cregan- guitar, backing vocals
  • George Ford – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Duncan Mackay- keyboards, string arrangement
  • Stuart Elliott- drums, percussion
  • Lindsey Elliott – percussion
  • Patricia Paay- backing vocals
  • Yvonne Keeley, Barry St. John- backing vocals
  • Madeline Bell, Peter Clarke, Larry Steele, Liza Strike, Leroy Wiggins, Joy Yates – backing vocals
  • Peter Kelsey – engineer
  • Tony Clark – remix engineer, engineer
  • Ray Hendriksen – engineer
  • John Kurlander – engineer
  • John Leckie– engineer
  • Chris Blair – master cutter
  • Mick Rock- sleeve design, photography, art direction
  • Steve Ridgeway – art direction, lettering
  • Julie Harris – lettering

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Harley.

  1. Red is a Mean, Mean Colour
  2. White, White Dove
  3. Understand
  4. All Men Are Hungry
  5. Black or White
  6. Everything Changes
  7. Nothing is Scared
  8. Don’t Go, Don’t Cry

 

On May 12, 2017.

On May 12, 2017, “Parlaphone” label released “A Kind Revolution”, the thirteenth Paul Weller studio album. It was recorded 2016 – 2017, and was produced by Paul Weller.

Personnel:

  • Paul Weller – lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, bass guitar, piano, Hammond, mellotron, keyboards, synths, harmonium , glockenspiel
  • Alistair White – trombone
  • Robert Wyatt – vocals, trumpet
  • P. Arnold – backing vocals
  • Madeline Bell – backing vocals
  • Boy George – lead vocals
  • Jessica Cox – strings
  • Amy Stanford – strings
  • Laura Stanford – strings
  • Paloma Deike – strings
  • Steve Cradock – scoustic and electric guitar, percussion
  • Andy Crofts – electric guitar , bass guitar , organ, Hammond, philicorda, Moog, Mini Moog, backing vocals
  • Ben Gordelier – drums, percussion
  • Jan Stan Kybert – keyboards, programming
  • Josh McClorey – electric and lead guitar, Moog
  • Steve Pilgrim – acoustic guitar, backing vocals
  • Charles Rees – drums
  • Jon Scott – trumpet
  • Chris Storr – trumpet
  • Phil Veacock – tenor and baritone saxophone
  • Hannah Weller – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Weller, except where noted.

  1. Woo Sé Mama – Paul Weller, Jan Stan Kybert
  2. Nova
  3. Long Long Road
  4. She Moves With the Fayre
  5. The Cranes Are Back
  6. Hopper
  7. New York
  8. One Tear – Paul Weller, Jan Stan Kybert
  9. Satellite Kid
  10. The Impossible Idea

On October 30, 1970.

On October 30, 1970, “DJM” label released “Tumbleweed Connection”, the third Elton John studio album. It was recorded March 1970, at “Trident Studios” in London, and was produced by Gus Dudgeon.

Personnel:

  • Elton John – lead and backing vocals, piano, Hammond organ
  • Madeline Bell, Tony Burrows, Kay Garner, Tony Hazzard, Tammi Hunt, Dusty Springfield, Heather Wheatman, Yvonne Wheatman – backing vocals
  • Paul Buckmaster– arrangement, conductor, orchestration
  • Brian Dee– Hammond organ
  • Ian Duck – harmonica
  • Lesley Duncan– backing vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Mike Egan – acoustic guitar
  • Herbie Flowers, Dave Glover, Chris Laurence – bass guitar
  • Gordon Huntley – steel guitar
  • Karl Jenkins– oboe
  • Robin Jones – congas, tambourine
  • Skaila Kanga– harp
  • Barry Morgan– drums
  • Dee Murray– backing vocals, bass guitar
  • Nigel Olsson– backing vocals, drums
  • Roger Pope – drums, percussion
  • Caleb Quaye– lead guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar
  • Les Thatcher – acoustic guitar, twelve-string acoustic guitar
  • Johnny Van Derek – violin
  • Robin Geoffrey Cable – engineer
  • Gus Skinas – editing
  • David Larkham – art direction, design, cover design, artwork, photography
  • Barry Wentzell, Ian Digby-Ovens – photography
  • John Tobler– liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Elton John and Bernie Taupin, except where noted.

  1. Ballad of a Well-Known Gun
  2. Come Down in Time
  3. Country Comfort
  4. Son of Your Father
  5. My Father’s Gun
  6. Where to Now St. Peter?
  7. Love Song – Lesley Duncan
  8. Amoreena
  9. Talking Old Soldiers
  10. Burn Down the Mission

 

On August 11, 1969.

Donovan-Barabajagal

On August 11, 1969, “Epic” label released “Barabajagal”, the seventh Donovan studio album and his eighth album overall. It was recorded November 1968 – May 1969, at “American Recording Company” in Los Angeles; “Olympic Studios” in  London, and was produced by Mickie Most.

Personnel:

  • Donovan – guitar, harmonica, vocals
  • Jeff Beck– guitar
  • Big Jim Sullivan- guitar
  • John Paul Jones- bass
  • Madeline Bell– backing vocals
  • Tony Carr– percussion, drums
  • Lesley Duncan- backing vocals
  • Aynsley Dunbar– drums
  • Alan Hawkshaw– piano
  • Nicky Hopkins– keyboards
  • Harold McNair– flute
  • Rod Stewart– backing vocals
  • Danny Thompson– bass
  • Ronnie Wood– guitar
  • James Kehn – percussion, drums
  • Gabriel Meckler – keyboards
  • Richie Podolor– producer

Track listing:

All tracks by Donovan Leitch.

  1. Barabajagal (Love Is Hot)
  2. Superlungs (My Supergirl)
  3. Where Is She?
  4. Happiness Runs
  5. I Love My Shirt
  6. The Love Song
  7. To Susan on the West Coast Waiting
  8. Atlantis
  9. Trudi
  10. Pamela Jo

 

 

On June 15, 1987.

Radio Kaos

On June 15, 1987, “EMI” label released “Radio K.A.O.S.”, the second Roger Waters studio album. It was recorded October – December 1986, at the “Billiard Room” in London, and was produced by Roger Waters, Ian Ritchie, and Nick Griffiths.

Personnel:

  • Roger Waters– vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, bass guitar, keyboards, shakuhachi
  • Graham Broad– percussion, drums
  • Mel Collins– saxophones
  • Nick Glennie-Smith– DX7 and Emu
  • Matt Irving– Hammond organ
  • John Lingwood– drums
  • Andy Fairweather Low– electric guitars
  • Suzanne Rhatigan– main background vocals
  • Ian Ritchie– piano, keyboards, tenor saxophone, Fairlight programming, drum programming
  • Jay Stapley– electric guitars
  • John Phirkell – trumpet
  • Peter Thoms – trombone
  • Katie Kissoon, Doreen Chanter, Madeline Bell, Steve Langer, Vicki Brown– background vocals
  • Clare Torry– vocals
  • Paul Carrack– vocals
  • Paul Batchelor – assistant engineer
  • Noel Davis – choirmaster
  • Kate Hepburn – cover design
  • Eric Jones – choir arrangement
  • Chris Sheldon– engineer
  • Kevin Whyte – assistant engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Roger Waters.

  1. Radio Waves
  2. Who Needs Information
  3. Me or Him
  4. The Powers That Be
  5. Sunset Strip
  6. Home
  7. Four Minutes
  8. The Tide is Turning

 

On April 30, 1984.

Pros_Cons_HH

On April 30, 1984, “Harvest” label released “The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking”, the first Roger Waters solo album. It was recorded February – December 1983, and was produced by Roger Waters and Michael Kamen. In April 1995, the album was certified Gold in the US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Roger Waters– bass guitar, rhythm guitar, tape effects, lead vocals
  • Eric Clapton– lead guitar, backing vocals, Roland guitar synthesizer
  • Ray Cooper– percussion
  • Andy Newmark– drums, percussion
  • David Sanborn– saxophone
  • Michael Kamen– piano
  • Andy Bown– hammond organ, 12-string guitar
  • Madeline Bell, Katie Kissoon, Doreen Chanter– backing vocals
  • Raphael Ravenscroft, Kevin Flanagan, Vic Sullivan – horns
  • The National Philharmonic Orchestra, Conducted and Arranged by Michael Kamen
  • Andy Jackson– engineer
  • Laura Boisan – assistant engineer
  • Michael King – SFX boffin
  • Zuccarelli Labs – holophonics
  • Doug Sax and Mike Reese – mastering
  • Roger Waters and Gerald Scarfe– sleeve design
  • Alex Henderson – photography
  • The Artful Dodgers – co-ordination
  • Recorded & Engineered By Andy Jackson
  • Assistant Engineer: Laura Boisan
  • Mastered By Doug Sax& Mike Rees

Track listing:

All tracks by Roger Waters.

  1. 4:30 am (Apparently They Were Travelling Abroad)
  2. 4:33 am (Running Shoes)
  3. 4:37 am (Arabs with Knives and West German Skies)
  4. 4:39 am (For the First Time Today, Part 2)
  5. 4:41 am (Sexual Revolution)
  6. 4:47 am (The Remains of Our Love)
  7. 4:50 am (Go Fishing)
  8. 4:56 am (For the First Time Today, Part 1)
  9. 4:58 am (Dunroamin, Duncarin, Dunlivin)
  10. 5:01 am (The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking, Part 10)
  11. 5:06 am (Every Stranger’s Eyes)
  12. 5:11 am (The Moment of Clarity)