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On March 19, 2002.

On March 19, 2002, “Sanctuary Records” label released “Superstarved”, the third Gravity Kills studio album. It was recorded June 1999 – October 2001, at “The Mattress Factory”, “ASI” in Chicago, and “Mr. Blood” in St. Louis, and was produced by Martin Atkins, Jeff Scheel, Matt Dudenhoeffer, Doug Firley and Brad Booker.

Personnel:

  • Jeff Scheel – lead vocals
  • Matt Dudenhoeffer – guitar
  • Doug Firley – keyboard
  • Brad Booker – drums
  • Julian Beeston– programming
  • Matt Dudenhoeffer – backing vocals
  • Richard Fortus– guitars
  • Charles Levi– bass
  • Derek Geisser – guitar
  • Bob Dog Caitlin – sitar on Take It All Away
  • Julian Beeston – engineer
  • Julian Beeston, Martin Atkins – mixing
  • Steve Truesdell – photography
  • Craig Wagner – Gravity Kills logo and star design
  • John Bergin – artwork, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Jeff Scheel, Matt Dudenhoeffer, Doug Firley and Brad Booker, except where noted.

  1. Love, Sex and Money
  2. Take it All Away
  3. Fifteen Minutes
  4. Forget Your Name
  5. Enemy
  6. Breakdown
  7. Beg and Borrow
  8. One Thing
  9. Personal Jesus – Martin L.Gore
  10. Wide Awake – Jeff Scheel, Matt Dudenhoeffer, Doug Firley, Brad Booker, Richard Fortus
  11. Suffocate
  12. Superstarved
  13. LS&M Reprise

 

On March 19, 2001.

On March 19, 2001, “Palace” label released “Ease Down the Road”, the seventh Will Oldham studio album, second under his moniker Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy. It was recorded in 2000, and was produced by The Continental Op.

Personnel:

  • Todd Brashear – vocals, lap steel guitar
  • Matt Everett – violin
  • Mike Fellows– bass guitar
  • Paul Greenlaw – vocals, banjo
  • Catherine Irwin, Harmony Korine– vocals
  • Ned Oldham – vocals, guitar, bass guitar
  • Will Oldham– vocals, guitar, Nord Lead, percussion
  • David Pajo– vocals, guitar, bass guitar, Nord Lead, piano, percussion
  • Bryan Rich – guitar
  • Matt Sweeney– vocals, guitar, banjo
  • Jon Theodore– drums, percussion

Track listing:

  1. May It Always Be
  2. Careless Love
  3. A King at Night
  4. Just to See My Holly Home
  5. At Break of Day
  6. After I Made Love to You
  7. Ease Down the Road
  8. The Lion Lair
  9. Mrs William
  10. Sheep
  11. Grand Dark Feeling of Emptiness
  12. Rich Wife Full of Happiness

On March 19, 2001.

On March 19, 2001, “Epic” label released “Know Your Enemy”, the sixth Manic Street Preachers studio album. It was recorded in 2000, at “Rockfield Studios” in Monmouth, Wales,

and was produced by Dave Eringa, David Holmes, Greg Haver and Mike Hedges.

Personnel:

  • James Dean Bradfield– lead vocals, lead and rhythm guitar, keyboards
  • Sean Moore– drums, drum programming, trumpet
  • Nicky Wire– lead and backing vocal, acoustic guitar, bass
  • Nick Nasmyth – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Kevin Shields– guitar
  • The Avalanches– remixing

Track listing:

All lyrics by Nicky Wire, except “Ocean Spray”, by James Dean Bradfield; all music by Bradfield and Sean Moore, except “We Are All Bourgeois Now”, by Tim Gane, Malcolm Eden, John Williamson and Gary Baker.

  1. Found That Soul
  2. Ocean Spray
  3. Intravenous Agnostic
  4. So Why So Sad
  5. Let Robeson Sing
  6. The Year of Purification
  7. Wattsville Blues
  8. Miss Europa Disco Dancer
  9. His Last Painting
  10. My Guernica
  11. The Convalescent
  12. Royal Correspondent
  13. Epicentre
  14. Baby Elián
  15. Freedom of Speech Won’t Feed My Children” (contains a cover of the McCarthysong “We Are All Bourgeois Now” as a hidden track)

On March 19, 2010.

Goldfrapp_-_Head_First

On March 19, 2010, “Mute” label released “Head First”, the fifth Goldfrapp studio album. It was recorded in July – December 2010, and was produced by Pascal Gabriel, Alison Goldfrapp, Will Gregory and Richard X.

  • Alison Goldfrapp– vocals, art direction, recording
  • Will Gregory– recording
  • Nick Batt – additional programming
  • Neil Comber – mixing assistance
  • Bruno Ellingham – additional engineering
  • Greg Freeman – drum recording
  • Pascal Gabriel– additional production
  • Tim Goldsworthy– additional programming; drum recording and arrangement
  • Chris Goulston – guitar
  • Matty Green – mixing assistance
  • Ted Jensen– mastering
  • Charlie Jones– bass
  • Serge Leblon – images
  • Alex Lee– guitar
  • Ged Lynch– drums
  • Mat Maitland– art direction, images
  • Richard X– additional production
  • Davide Rossi– violin
  • Mark ‘Spike’ Stent– mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory.

  1. Rocket
  2. Believer
  3. Alive
  4. Dreaming
  5. Head First
  6. Hunt
  7. Shiny and Warm
  8. I Wanna Life
  9. Voicething

On March 19, 1990.

Depeche_Mode_-_Violator

On March 19, 1990, “Mute” label released “Violator”, the seventh Depeche Mode studio album. It was recorded May 1989 – January 1990, at “Logic Studios” in Milan, “Pukrecording Studios” in Gjerlev (Denmark), “The Church” and “Master Rock Studios” in London, “Axis” in New York, and was produced by Flood, Dave Gahan, Alan Wilder and Martin Gore. In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 342 on its list of the “500 greatest albums of all time” and on number 57 on its list of “100 best albums of the nineties”.

Personnel:

  • Dave Gahan – vocals
  • Martin Gore – synthesizers
  • Alan Wilder – synthesizers
  • Daryl Bamonte– assistant engineering
  • David Browne – assistant engineering
  • Anton Corbijn– sleeve
  • Mark Flannery – assistant engineering
  • Flood– mixing
  • Alan Gregorie – engineering
  • Goh Hotoda – engineering
  • Peter Iversen – engineering
  • François Kevorkian– mixing
  • Phil Legg – engineering
  • Steve Lyon – engineering
  • Dick Meaney – assistant engineering
  • Daniel Miller– mixing
  • Dennis Mitchell – engineering
  • Pino Pischetola – engineering
  • Area – sleeve

Track listing:

All tracks by Martin Gore.

  1. World in My Eyes
  2. Sweetest Perfection
  3. Personal Jesus
  4. Halo
  5. Waiting for the Night
  6. Enjoy the Silence / Interlude Crucified
  7. Policy of Truth
  8. Blue Dress / Interlude
  9. Clean

 

On March 19, 1975.

Hearts

On March 19, 1975, “Warner Bros” label released “Hearts”, the fifth America studio album. It was recorded in January 1975, at “The Record Plant” in Sausalito, California, and was produced by George Martin.

Personnel:

  • Gerry Beckley– vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Dewey Bunnell– vocals, guitar
  • Dan Peek– vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • David Dickey – bass
  • Willie Leacox – drums, percussion
  • George Martin – keyboards, arranger
  • Geoff Emerick– engineer
  • Mark Guercio – assistant engineer
  • Henry Diltz– photography
  • Phil Hartman– art direction, design

Track listing:

  1. Daisy Jane – Gerry Beckley
  2. Half a Man – Dan Peek
  3. Midnight – Gerry Beckley, Dewey Bunnell
  4. Bell Tree – Gerry Beckley
  5. Old Virginia – Dan Peek, Vatherine Peek
  6. People in the Valley – Dewey Bunnell
  7. Company – Dewey Bunnell
  8. Woman Tonight – Dan Peek
  9. The Story of a Teenager – Gerry Beckley, Dan Peek
  10. Sister Golden Hair – Gerry Beckley
  11. Tomorrow – Dan Peek
  12. Seasons – Dewey Bunnell

On March 19, 1974.

Cat_Stevens_Buddha_and_the_Chocolate_Box

On March 19, 1974, “Island” label released “Buddha and the Chocolate Box”, the eighth Cat Stevens studio album. It was recorded in February 1974, at “Sound Techniques Studios” in London, and was produced by Cat Stevens and Paul Samwell-Smith.

Personnel:

  • Cat Stevens – vocals, synthesizer, guitar, keyboards, design, concept, illustrations
  • Barry – vocals, singer
  • Mathieu Bitton – package design, reissue package design
  • Robin Black – mixing
  • Brigette – vocals, choir, chorus, singer
  • Clifford – vocals, choir, chorus, singer
  • Gerry Conway– drums, vocals
  • Suzanne Cox – vocals, singer
  • Danny – vocals, singer
  • Alun Davies– vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Victor Gamm – engineer, mixing
  • Roland Harker – banjo
  • Alan Harris – mixing
  • Jacqui – vocals, choir, chorus, singer
  • Ted Jensen– mastering
  • Jimmy – vocals, choir, chorus, singer
  • Joanne – vocals, choir, chorus, singer
  • Joy – vocals, singer
  • Judy – vocals, choir, chorus, singer
  • Larry – vocals, singer
  • Bruce Lynch– bass
  • Suzanne Lynch– vocals, soloist
  • Rick McCollum– vocals, singer
  • Del Newman– strings, arranger, string arrangements
  • Roger Quested – mixing
  • Jean Roussel– strings, arranger, keyboards, string arrangements
  • Ruby – vocals, singer
  • Jim Ryan – guitar
  • Mark Warner – guitar
  • John Wood– engineer
  • Sunny – vocals, choir, chorus, singer
  • Vartan – art direction
  • Roland Young – design, concept

Track listing:

All tracks by Cat Stevens

  1. Music
  2. Oh Very Young
  3. Sun/C79
  4. Ghost Town
  5. Jesus
  6. Ready
  7. King of Trees
  8. A Bad Penny
  9. Home in the Sky

On March 19, 1971.

Songs_of_love_and_hate

On January 19, 1971, “Columbia” label released “Songs of Love and Hate”, the third Leonard Cohen studio album. It was recorded in August 1970, at “Isle of Wight” and “Trident Studios” in London, and at “Columbia Studio A” in Nashville, and was produced by Bob Johnston.

Personnel:

  • Leonard Cohen – acoustic guitar, vocals
  • Ron Cornelius- acoustic and electric guitars
  • Charlie Daniels- acoustic guitar, bass guitar, fiddle
  • Elkin “Bubba” Fowler- acoustic guitar, banjo, bass guitar
  • Bob Johnston- piano
  • Corlynn Hanney – vocals
  • Susan Mussmano – vocals
  • The Corona Academy, London – children’s voices
  • Michael Sahl – strings
  • Paul Buckmaster- string and horn arrangements, conductor

Track listing:

All tracks by Leonard Cohen.

  1. Avalanche
  2. Last Year’s Man
  3. Dress Rehearsal Rag
  4. Diamonds in the Mine
  5. Love Calls You by Your Name
  6. Famous Blue Raincoat
  7. Sing Another Song, Boys (Live at the Isle of Wight Festival, August 31, 1970)
  8. Joan of Arc

On March 19, 1975.

Paul Kosoff

On March 19, 1975, Paul Francis Kossoff died aged 25. Guitarist and songwriter he was member of Black Cat Bones, Back Street Crawler and Kossoff /Kirke /Tetsu/ Rabbit but he is best known as member of Free.Kossoff is ranked 51st in “Rolling Stone” magazine list of the “100 greatest guitarists of all time”.