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In June 1975.

In June 1975, “Harvest” label released “HQ”, the eighth Roy Harper studio album. It was recorded in March 1975 at “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by Peter Jenner. The album artwork was by Hipgnosis.

Personnel:

  • Roy Harper– vocals, guitar
  • David Gilmour– guitar
  • John Paul Jones– bass
  • Steve Broughton –drums
  • Chris Spedding– guitar
  • Bill Bruford– drums
  • Dave Cochran –bass
  • TheGrimethorpe Colliery Band – brass

Track listing:

All tracks by Roy Harper

  1. The Game (Parts 1–5)
  2. he Spirit Lives
  3. Grown Ups Are Just Silly Children
  4. Referendum (Legend)
  5. Forget Me Not
  6. Hallucinating Light
  7. When an Old Cricketer Leaves the Crease

 

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In June 1975.

In June 1975, “Island” label released “Rising for the Moon”, the tenth Fairport Convention studio album. It was recorded September 1974 – March 1975, at “Olympic Sound Studios” in London, and was produced by Glyn Johns. “Rising for the Moon” was band’s last album to feature the vocalist Sandy Denny.

Personnel:

  • Sandy Denny- vocals, piano, electric piano
  • Trevor Lucas- vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Dave Swarbrick- vocals, violin, viola, mandolin (3), dulcimer, autoharp, acoustic guitar
  • Jerry Donahue- lead guitar
  • Dave Pegg- bass, electric guitar, backing vocals
  • Dave Mattacks- drums
  • Bruce Rowland- drums

Track listing:

  1. Rising For The Moon – Sandy Denny
  2. Restless – Trevor Lucas, Pete Roche
  3. White Dress – Dave Swarbrick
  4. Let It Go – Sandy Denny, Dave Pegg, Dave Swarbrick
  5. Stranger To Himself – Sandy Denny
  6. What Is True – Sandy Denny
  7. Iron Lion – Trevor Lucas
  8. Dawn – Sandy Denny, Jerry Donahue
  9. After Halloween – Sandy Denny
  10. Night-Time Girl – Dave Pegg, Dave Swarbrick
  11. One More Chance – Sandy Denny

 

In June 1975.

In June 1975, “A&M” label released the debut, self-titled Tubes album. It was recorded March-April, 1975, at “Record Plant” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Al Kooper.

Personnel:

  • Fee Waybill– vocals
  • Bill Spooner– guitar, vocals
  • Roger Steen – guitar, vocals
  • Michael Cotten – synthesizer
  • Vince Welnick– keyboards
  • Rick Anderson – bass
  • Prairie L’Emprere Prince– drums
  • Dominic Frontiere– string and horn arrangements
  • Roland Young – art direction
  • Michael Cotten – design
  • Prairie Prince – design
  • Ian Patrick – photography
  • Harry Mittman – photography
  • Lee Rhett Kiefer – engineer
  • Al Kooper– mixing
  • Lee Rhett Kieger – mixing

Track listing:

  1. Up from the Deep – Fee Waybill, Bill Spooner, Roger Steen, Michael Cotton, Vince Welnick, Rick Anderson, Ray Trainer
  2. Haloes – Al Kooper, Bill Spooner, Roger Steen
  3. Space Baby – Bill Spooner, Mike Carpenter, Vince Welnick
  4. Malagueña Salerosa – Pedro Galindo, Elpidio Ramirez
  5. Mondo Bondage – Fee Waybill, Bill Spooner, Roger Steen, Michael Cotton, Vince Welnick, Rick Anderson
  6. What Do You Want from Life? – Bill Spooner, Michael Evans
  7. Boy Crazy – Bill Spooner
  8. White Punks on Dope – Bill Spooner, Roger Steen, Michael Evans

 

In June 1974.

In June 1974, “Bronze” label released “Wonderworld”, the seventh Uriah Heep album. It was recorded January–March, 1974 at “Musicland Studios” in Munich, and was produced by Gerry Bron.

Personnel:

  • Ken Hensley– organ, guitar, vocals
  • David Byron– vocals
  • Mick Box– lead guitar
  • Gary Thain– bass
  • Lee Kerslake– drums
  • Jose Gabriel – synthetizers
  • Peter Gallen – recording engineer
  • Hans Menzel – engineer
  • Macki– engineer
  • Michael Gibbs- orchestral arrangements
  • Graham Hughes – photography, concept
  • Harry Moss – cutting engineer

Tracks listing:

  1. Wonderworld – Ken Hensley
  2. Suicidal Man – Mick Box, David Byron, Ken Hensley, Lee Kerslake, Gary Thain
  3. The Shadows and the Wind – Ken Hensley
  4. So Tired – Mick Box, David Byron, Ken Hensley, Lee Kerslake, Gary Thain
  5. The Easy Road – Ken Hensley
  6. Something or Nothing – Mick Box, Ken Hensley, GaryThain
  7. I Won’t Mind – Mick Box, David Byron, Ken Hensley, Lee Kerslake, Gary Thain
  8. We Got We – Mick Box, David Byron, Ken Hensley, Lee Kerslake, Gary Thain
  9. Dreams – Mick Box, David Byron, Ken Hensley

On June 22, 2004.

On June 22, 2004, “Nonesuch” label released “A Ghost Is Born”, the fifth Wilco studio album. It was recorded November 2003 – March 2004 in New York City, and was produced by Jim O’Rourke, Jeff Tweedy, John Stirratt, Glen Kotche, Leroy Bach and Mikael Jorgensen. In 2005, “A Ghost Is Born” won “Grammy Awards”  for “Best Alternative Music Album” and “Best Recording Package”.

Personnel:

  • Jeff Tweedy– vocals, guitar, bass, synthesizer, filters, loops
  • John Stirratt– bass, guitar, piano, backing vocals, synthesizer, filters, loops
  • Glenn Kotche– drums, percussion, hammered dulcimer, synthesizer, filters, loops
  • Leroy Bach– piano, organ, guitar, bass, vibes, synthesizer, filters, loops
  • Mikael Jorgensen– piano, rocksichord, Farfisa, organ, synthesizer, filters, loops, engineer
  • Jim O’Rourke– piano, guitar, bass, ARP 2600, synthesizer, filters, loops, engineer, mixing
  • Frankie Montuoro – hammered dulcimer, production assistant, technical assistance
  • Karen Waltuch –viola
  • Tim Barnes – percussion
  • Steve Rooke –mastering
  • Chris Shaw – engineer
  • TJ Doherty, Tim Iseler – assistant engineers
  • Stan Doty, Daniel Herbst, Deborah Miles Johnson, Haydn Johnston, Matt Zivich – production assistants, technical assistance
  • Dan Nadel –graphic design
  • Peter Smith – graphic design,photography
  • Mike Schmelling – photography
  • Gladys Nilsson– drawing
  • Ken Waagner – digital supervisor

Track listing:

All tracks by Jeff Tweedy except where noted.

  1. At Least That’s What You Said
  2. Hell Is Chrome – Jeff Tweedy,Mikael Jorgensen
  3. Spiders (Kidsmoke)
  4. Muzzle of Bees
  5. Hummingbird
  6. Handshake Drugs
  7. Wishful Thinking – Jeff Tweedy,Glenn Kotche
  8. Company in My Back
  9. I’m a Wheel
  10. Theologians – Jeff Tweedy, Mikael Jorgensen, Chris Girard
  11. Less Than You Think – Jeff Tweedy,John Stirratt, Glen Kotche, Mikael Jorgensen,Leroy Bach, Jim O’Rourke
  12. The Late Greats

In June 1972.

In June 1972, “Island” label released “Free at Last”, the fifth Free studio album. It was recorded January – March 1972, and was produced by Paul Rodgers, Paul Kossoff, Andy Fraser and Simon Kirke.

Personnel:

  • Paul Rodgers– vocals, piano
  • Paul Kossoff– lead guitar, rhythm guitar
  • Andy Fraser– bass guitar
  • Simon Kirke– drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Rodgers, Paul Kossoff, Andy Fraser and Simon Kirke, except where noted.

  1. Catch a Train
  2. Soldier Boy
  3. Magic Ship
  4. Sail On
  5. Travellin; Man
  6. Little Bit of Love
  7. Guardian of the Universe
  8. Child
  9. Goodbye

On June 18, 1991.

On June 18, 1991, “Warner Bros” label released “For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge”  (known as F.U.C.K.), the ninth Van Halen studio album. It was recorded March 1990 – April 1991, at “5150 Studios” and “Studio City”, in California, and was produced by Andy Johns, Ted Templeman, Eddie Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, Sammy Hagar and Michael Anthony. The album was certified Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada” and 3 x Platinum in US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Eddie Van Halen– lead guitar, keyboards, electric drill, backing vocals
  • Alex Van Halen– drums, percussion
  • Sammy Hagar– lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Michael Anthony– bass, backing vocals
  • Steve Lukather– guitars, backing vocals
  • Andy Johns – engineer, mixing
  • Ted Templeman – mixing
  • Lee Herschberg – engineer
  • Michael Scott – engineer, mixing
  • Jeri Heiden – art direction
  • David Seltzer – photography
  • Glen Wexler – photograph

.Track listing:

All tracks by Eddie Van Halen, Michael Anthony, Sammy Hagar and Alex Van Halen.

  1. Poundcake
  2. Judgement Day
  3. Spanked
  4. Runaround
  5. Pleasure Dome
  6. In ‘n’ Out
  7. Man on a Mission
  8. The Dream Is Over
  9. Right Now
  10. 316
  11. Top of the World