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In December 1968.

In December 1968, “MGM” label released “Love Is”, the third Eric Burdon and The Animals album. It was recorded in October 1968, at “TTG” and “Sunset Sound Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Eric Burdon, Zoot Money, Andy Summers, John Weider and Barry Jenkins.

Personnel:

  • Eric Burdon— lead vocals, spoken word
  • Zoot Money— bass, backing and co-lead (3, 8a) vocals, organ, piano, spoken word (8a)
  • Andy Summers— guitar, backing vocals
  • John Weider— guitar, violin, backing vocals
  • Barry Jenkins— drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Robert Wyatt- backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. River Deep, Mountain High – Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich
  2. I’m an Animal – Sylvester Stewart
  3. I’m Dying (Or Am I?) – Eric Burdon
  4. Ring of Fire – June Carter, Merle Kilgore
  5. Colored Rain – Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, Chris Wood
  6. To Love Somebody – Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb
  7. As the Years Go Passing By – Deadric Malone
  8. Gemini – Steve Hammond / Madman – Zoot Money, Andy Summers
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In September 1977.

In September 1977, “Daffodil” label released “Hope”, the second Klaatu studio album. It was recorded June 1976 – June 1977, and was produced by Terry Brown. The album art was by Ted Jones.

Personnel:

  • Dee Long – vocals, piano, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, organ, clavinet, bass guitar, synthesizer, mandolin, slide guitar, harmonica, electric sitar
  • John Woloschuk – vocals, bass guitar, Fender Rhodes piano, autoharp, acoustic guitar, piano, organ, Polymoog synthesizer, harmonium, electric piano, pianet
  • Terry Draper- drums, tambourine, triangle, percussion, whistle
  • London Symphony Orchestra
  • Arranged Terry Brown, Dee Long, John Woloschuk, Terry Draper
  • Recorded and engineered by Terry Brown

Track listing:

  1. We’re Off You Know – John Woloschuk
  2. Madman – Dee Long
  3. Around the Universe in Eighty Days – Dee Long
  4. Long Live Politzania – John Woloschuk
  5. The Loneliest of Creatures – John Woloschuk
  6. Prelude – Dee Long, John Woloschuk, Terry Draper
  7. So Said the Lighthouse Keeper – John Woloschuk
  8. Hope – John Woloschuk

On April 8, 2003.

On April 8, 2003, “American” label released “Rainy Day Music”, the seventh  Jayhawks album. It was recorded in 2002, at “Sunset Sound Recording Studio” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Ethan Johns,

Personnel:

  • Gary Louris– guitar, harmonica, vocals
  • Marc Perlman – bass, guitar, mandolin, drums
  • Tim O’Reagan – drums, percussion, guitar, conga, vocals
  • Stephen McCarthy – guitar, pedal steel guitar, banjo, lap steel guitar, vocals
  • Richard Causon – piano, accordion, harmonium, keyboards, Hammond organ
  • Ethan Johns– dulcimer, guitar, drums, piano, percussion, harmonium, pump organ, guitar loops
  • Bernie Leadon– banjo
  • Jakob Dylan– vocals
  • Matthew Sweet– vocals
  • Chris Stills – vocals, percussion
  • Ethan Johns –engineer
  • Ed Ackerson – engineer
  • Richard Dodd – mastering
  • Craig Allen – design
  • Martyn Atkins – photography
  • Chris Reynolds – assistant engineer
  • Rick Rubin– art direction

Track listing:

All songs by Gary Louris except where noted.

  1. Stumbling Through the Dark – Gary Louris, Matthew Sweet
  2. Tailspin
  3. All the Right Reasons
  4. Save It for a Rainy Day
  5. Eyes of Sarahjane
  6. One Man’s Problem
  7. Don’t Let the World Get in Your Way -Tim O’Reagan
  8. Come to the River
  9. Angelyne
  10. Madman
  11. You Look So Young
  12. Tampa to Tulsa – Tim O’Reagan
  13. Will I See You in Heaven – Marc Perlman
  14. Stumbling Through the Dark (Reprise) – Gary Louris, Matthew Sweet