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On May 25, 2015.

On May 25, 2015, “Peatbog Records” label released “Blackhouse”, the seventh Peatbog Faeries studio album. It was recorded 2014–2015, at “Kilchoan” in  Ardnamurchan, Scotland, and was produced by Calum MacLean.

Personnel:

  • Stu Haikney – drums, percussion
  • Innes Hutton – bass
  • Peter Morrison – pipes, whistles
  • Ross Couper – fiddle, effects
  • Tom Slater – guitar, ebow
  • Graeme Stafford – keyboards

Track listing:

  1. Is This Your Son?
  2. Jakes on a Plane
  3. Tom in the Front
  4. Angus and Joyce MacKay
  5. The Real North
  6. Spider’s
  7. The Dragon’s Apprentice
  8. The Ranch
  9. The Chatham Lasses
  10. Strictly Sambuca

 

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On May 25, 2004.

On May 25, 2004, “Jade Tree” label released “Achilles Heel”, the fourth and final Pedro the Lion album. It was recorded in 2004, and was produced by David Bazan.

Personnel:

  • David Bazan — vocals, guitar, drums, synthesizer, bass, percussion, engineer
  • W. Walsh — bass, drums, synthesizer, guitar, engineer
  • James McAlister — percussion, drums, synthesizer
  • Casey Foubert — guitar
  • Chris Colbert — mixing
  • Jesse LeDoux— cover art

Track listing:

All tracks by David Bazan except where noted.

  1. Bands With Managers
  2. Foregone Conclusions
  3. The Fleecing
  4. Discretion
  5. Arizona
  6. Keep Swinging  – David Bazan, T.W. Walsh
  7. Transcontinental
  8. I Do
  9. A Simple Plan
  10. Start Without Me – David Bazan, T.W. Walsh
  11. The Poison

 

On May 25, 1998.

On May 25, 1998, “Island” label released “Angels with Dirty Faces”, the third Tricky album, It was recorded in 1998, and was produced by Tricky.

Personnel:

  • Tricky – vocals, keyboards, mixing, photography
  • Martina Topley-Bird – vocals
  • PJ Harvey – vocals
  • Pete Briquette- bass
  • Gareth Bowen – keyboards
  • Jack Hersca – bass, guitar
  • Jane Scarpantoni- cello
  • Gene Lake, Calvin Weston, Perry Melius – drums
  • Lorenza Ponce – violin
  • Marc Ribot, Patrice Serapiglia, Scott Ian – guitar
  • Doug Wieselman – flute
  • Greg Cohen- double bass
  • Ethan Allen, Jack Hersca – engineer
  • Chipman Verspyck, Mark Fraunfelder, Serge Tsai – assistant engineer
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering
  • Susan Rogers – mixing
  • Barron Claiborne – cover photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Tricky.

  1. Money Greedy
  2. Mellow
  3. Singing the Blues
  4. Broken Homes
  5. 6 Minutes
  6. Analyze Me
  7. The Moment I Feared
  8. Talk to Me (Angels with Dirty Faces)
  9. Carriage for Two
  10. Demise
  11. Tear out My Eyes
  12. Record Companies
  13. Peyote Sings (bonus track)
  14. Taxi (bonus track)

On May 25, 2015.

On May 25, 2015, “Columbia” label released “English Graffiti”, the third Vaccines studio album. It was recorded 2013-2014, and was produced by Justin Young, Freddie Cowan, Arni Arnason, Pete Robertson, Dave Fridmann and Cole M. Greif-Neill.

Personnel:

  • Justin Young—vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Freddie Cowan—lead guitar
  • Arni Arnason—bass guitar
  • Pete Robertson—drums

Track listing:

All lyrics by Justin Hayward-Young, all music by Justin Young, Freddie Cowan, Arni Arnason and Pete Robertson.

  1. Handsome
  2. Dream Lover
  3. Minimal Affection
  4. 20/20
  5. (All Afternoon) In Love
  6. Denial
  7. Want You So Bad
  8. Radio Bikini
  9. Maybe I Could Hold You
  10. Give Me a Sign
  11. Undercover

On May 25, 2015.

On May 25, 2015, “earMUSIC” label released “Kablammo!”, the sixth Ash studio album. It was recorded in 2015 at “Atomic Heart Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Claudius Mittendorfer, Tim Wheeler, Mark Hamilton and Rick McMurray.

Personnel:

  • Tim Wheeler– vocals, guitars, piano, keyboards
  • Mark Hamilton – bass
  • Rick McMurray – drums, percussion
  • Leanne Macoomber, Laura Mittendorfer, Danielle Johnson – cheerleaders
  • Neil Martin – cello

Track listing:

All tracks by Tim Wheeler except where noted.

  1. Cocoon
  2. Let’s Ride
  3. Machinery
  4. Free
  5. Go! Fight! Win!
  6. Moondust
  7. Evel Knievel
  8. Hedonism
  9. Dispatch – Mark Hamilton, Tim Wheeler
  10. Shutdown
  11. For Eternity
  12. Bring Back the Summer

 

On May 25, 2012.

On May 25, 2012, “Infectious Music” label released “An Awesome Wave”, the debut Alt-J studio album. It was recorded in 2011, at “Iguana Studio” in London, and was produced by Charlie Andrew and Mark Bishop. The album certified Platinum in UK by the “BPI”.

Personnel:

  • Rachael Lander – cello
  • Kirsty Mangan – string arrangements; violin
  • St Ronan’s Chamber Choir– additional vocals
  • Dick Beetham – mastering
  • European Space Agency– cover photo provider

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Newman, Gus Unger-Hamilton, Gwilym Sainsbury and Thom Green.

  1. Intro
  2. ❦ [The Ripe & Ruin]
  3. Tessellate
  4. Breezeblocks
  5. ❦ [Guitar]
  6. Something Good
  7. Dissolve Me
  8. Matilda
  9. Ms
  10. Fitzpleasure
  11. ❦ [Piano]
  12. Bloodflood
  13. Taro (ends at 5:04; hidden track Hand-Made starts at 10:04 following 5:00 of silence)

On May 25, 1984.

Eric Gale

On May 25, 1984, Eric J. Gale died aged 55. Being jazz and session guitarist, as a leader he recorded twelve albums, and has performed and recorded with some of the biggest names of the music scene, including Clark Terry, Oliver Nelson, Jimmy McGriff, Benny Golson, Van Morrison, Bernard Purdie, Herbie Mann, Yusuf Lateef, Chico Hamilton, Sonny Stitt, Quincy Jones, Al Kooper, Lena Horn, Gabor Szabo, Freddie Hubbard, Dizzy Gillespie, Esther Philips, Chuck Rainey, Johnny Hammond, Stanley Turrentine,  David Newman, Hank Crawford, Grover Washington, Jr., Roberta Flack, Stanley Turrentine, Hubert Laws, Bob James, Joe Higgs, Van McCoy, Ron Carter, George Benson, Phil Upchurch, Tom Scott, Idris Muhammad, Ashford & Simpson, Cedar Walton, Stanley Turrentine, Blood, Sweat & Tears,  Paul Butterfield, Joe Cocker, Lalo Schifrin, Randy Crawford, Rainbow, Lalo Schifrin, Patti Austin, Maynard Ferguson, Ralph MacDonald, Essra Mohawk, Carla Bley, Pee Wee Ellis, Art Farmer, Tom Scott, Jeremy Steig, Joe Farrell, Kenny Loggins, David Matthews and David Ruffin.