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On May 27, 2016.

On May 27, 2016, “ANTI” label released “Kidsticks”, the seventh Beth Orton album. It was recorded in 2016 and was produced by Andrew Hung and Beth Orton.

Personnel:

  • Beth Orton – vocals, keyboards, synthesizer, mixing
  • Dustin O’Halloran – piano
  • George Lewis Jr. – electric guitar
  • Bram Inscore – bass
  • Chris Taylor – bass, backing vocals
  • Shahzad Ismaily – bass, Moog synthesizer
  • Guillermo E. Brown – drums
  • Lucky Paul Taylor – drums, percussion
  • Szela Thompson – backing vocals
  • Dustin O’Halloran – string arrangements
  • Andrew Hung – drum programming, engineer, mixing
  • David Wrench – mixing
  • Mike Marsh – mastering
  • Trevor Hernandez – design
  • Tierney Gearon – photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Beth Orton, music by Andrew Hung and Beth Orton.

  1. Snow
  2. Moon
  3. Petals
  4. 1973
  5. Wave
  6. Dawnstar
  7. Falling
  8. Corduroy Legs
  9. Flesh and Blood
  10. Kidsticks

On May 27, 2015.

On May 27, 2015, “Columbia” label released “Everything is Beautiful” album credited to Miles Davis and Robert Glasper, tribute to the music of Miles Davis. It was recorded in 2014, at “Anu It! Studio”, “Klearlight Studios”, “The Peanut Gallery”, “Brightlady Studios”, “Precious House Studios”, “Willow Grove Studios”, “State Of The Ark”, “King Creative Studios”, “Brooklyn Recording”, “Westlake Studios”, “The Thingamajig Lab 2”, “Wonderland Studios”, and was produced by Jewels, Paris Strother, DJ Spinna, Erykah Badu, Georgia Anne Muldrow, 9th Wonder, Rashad Smith, Black Milk, Steve Berkowitz and Robert Glasper.

Personnel:

  • Miles Davis – voice (samples)
  • Robert Glasper – piano, keyboards, percussion, liner notes
  • Joe Zawinul – piano
  • Stevie Wonder – harmonica
  • Chris Rob – vocals, piano, electric piano, synths, mixing, co-producer
  • Hermeto Pascoal – vocal
  • Erykah Badu – vocal, percussion
  • Bilal Oliver – vocal
  • Nai Palm – vocal
  • Illa J – vocal
  • Laura Mvula – vocal
  • Phonte Coleman – vocal
  • Georgia Anne Muldrow – vocal, recording, mixing
  • Ledisi Anibade Young – vocal
  • Amber Strother – vocal
  • Anita Bias – vocal
  • Paris Strother – vocal, guitar
  • John Scofield – guitar
  • Danny Leznoff – guitar
  • Kyle Bolden – guitar
  • Derrick Hodge – bass
  • Burniss Earl Travis – bass
  • Braylon Lacy – bass
  • Rashad Smith – percussion
  • DJ Spinna – percussion, drum programming
  • Hiatus Kaiyote (Naomi “Nai Palm” Saalfield, Paul Bender, Simon Mavin, Perrin Moss – various instruments, programming, engineer, mixing
  • King (Paris Strother, Amber Strother, Anita Bias)
  • Lakecia Benjamin – alto and tenor saxophone
  • Brandee Younger – harp
  • Bianca Rodriguez – backing vocals, recording
  • Jules – recording, mixing
  • Jimi Bowman – recording
  • Keith Lewis – recording
  • Femi Jiya – recording
  • Patrick Douthit – recording 
  • Phonte Coleman – recording
  • James Benjamin – engineer
  • Cristian Perez – Pro Tools engineer
  • Anu Sun – mixing
  • Chris Tabron – mixing
  • Caleb Laven – mixing assistant
  • Frank Harkins – art direction
  • Alice Butts – design
  • Francine Turk – cover design

Track listing:

  1. Talking Shit – Miles Davis, Curtis Jews, Josef Zawinul, Robert Glasper
  2. Ghetto Walkin – lyrics by Bilal Oliver, Robert Glasper, music by Miles Davis
  3. They Can’t Hold Me Down – lyrics by Illa J, music by Miles Davis, Robert Glasper
  4. Maiysha (So Long) – lyrics by Erykah Badu, music by Miles Davis
  5. Violets – Miles Davis, Phonte Coleman, Robert Glasper
  6. Little Church – Miles Davis, Hermeto Pascoal
  7. Silence is the Way – Miles Davis, Josef Zawinul, Laura Mvula,
  8. Song for Selim – Miles Davis, Paris Strother, Amber Strother, Anita Bias
  9. Milestones – Miles Davis
  10. I’m Leaving You – lyrics by Ledisi Anibade Young, Robert Glasper, music by Miles Davis
  11. Right On Brotha – Miles Davis, Chris Robinson,  Vincent Williams, Wayne Shorter

On May 27, 2016.

On May 27, 2016, “English Electric” label released “Folklore”, the ninth Big Big Train studio album. It was recorded 2015 – 2016, at “English Electric Studios”, “Aubitt Studios”, “Real World Studios”, “Sweetwater Studios”, “Ashwood Studios”, “Regal Lane Studios” and was produced by David Longdon, Nick D’Virgilio, Greg Spawton, Andy Poole, Dave Gregory, Danny Manners, Rachel Hall and Rikard Sjöblom.

Personnel:

  • David Longdon- lead vocals, flute, acoustic guitar, mandolin, percussion
  • Nick D’Virgilio- drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Greg Spawton – bass guitar, bass pedals, acoustic guitar, backing vocals
  • Andy Poole – acoustic guitar, mandolin, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Dave Gregory- electric guitars
  • Danny Manners – keyboards, double bass
  • Rachel Hall – violin, viola, cello, backing vocals
  • Rikard Sjöblom – keyboards, electric guitars, accordion, backing vocals
  • Evie Anderson – cello
  • Keith Hobday – viola
  • Lucy Curnow – violin
  • Dave Desmond – trombone, brass arrangements
  • Ben Godfrey – trumpet, cornet
  • John Storey – euphonium
  • Nick Stones – French horn
  • Sotos Yiasimi – recording engineer
  • Mark Hornsby – recording engineer
  • Rob Aubrey – mixing, mastering
  • Sarah Louise Ewing – paintings
  • Andy Poole – design
  • Simon Hogg – photography

Track listing:

  1. Folklore – David Longdon
  2. Along the Ridgeway – Greg Spawton
  3. Salisbury Giant – Greg Spawton
  4. London Plane – Greg Spawton
  5. Mudlarks – Greg Spawton
  6. Lost Rivers of London – Greg Spawton
  7. The Transit of Venus Across the Sun – Greg Spawton
  8. Wassail – David Longdon
  9. Winkie – David Longdon
  10. Brooklands – Greg Spawton
  11. Telling the Bees – David Longdon

On May 27, 2016.

On May 27, 2016, “InsideOut” label released “Falling Satellites”, the third Frost studio album. It was recorded in 2016, at “The Cube” in London, “The Outhouse” in Reading and was produced by Jem Godfrey.

Personnel:

  • Jem Godfrey– vocals, keyboards, piano, lap steel guitar
  • John Mitchell– vocals, electric guitars, violin
  • Nathan King– bass guitar
  • Craig Blundell– drums
  • Joe Satriani– guitar solo
  • Lee Slater – engineer
  • John Davis – mastering
  • Paul Tippett – art direction, design
  • Tom Barnes – photography

 Track listing:

All tracks by Jem Godfrey, except where noted.

  1.  First Day
  2. Numbers
  3. Towerblock
  4. Signs – Jem Godfrey, John Mitchell
  5. Lights Out
  6. Heartstrings – Jem Godfrey, John Mitchell
  7. Closer to the Sun
  8. The Raging Against the Dying of the Light Blues
  9. Nice Day for It…- Jem Godfrey, John Mitchell
  10. Hypoventilate
  11. Last Day

On May 27, 2013.

On May 27, 2013, “City Slang Records” label released “Tales of a GrassWidow”, the fifth CocoRosie album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Valgeir Sigurðsson.

Personnel:

  • Bianca “Coco” Casady – vocals, engineer, artwork
  • Sierra “Rosie” Casady – vocals, engineer, artwork
  • Ezekiel Healy – guitar
  • Gaël Rakotondrabe – guitar, bass, piano, keyboards, organ, synthesizer, arranger
  • Ashok Foga- vocals, drums
  • Mahipai Foga – castanets
  • Antony Hegarty – vocals
  • Kusumakar – bamboo flute
  • Ashley “Say Wut!?” Moyer – vocals, beatbox
  • Jean-Marc Rullan – layout
  • Jesse Hazelip – lettering

Track listing:

All tracks by Bianca Casady and Sierra Casady, except where noted.

  1. After the Afterlife
  2. Tears for Animals – Bianca Casady, Sierra Casady, Gaël Rakotondrabe
  3. Child Bride
  4. Broken Chariot
  5. End of Time – Bianca Casady, Sierra Casady, Gaël Rakotondrabe
  6. Harmless Monster – Bianca Casady, Sierra Casady, Gaël Rakotondrabe
  7. Gravediggress
  8. Far Away
  9. Roots of My Hair
  10. Villain
  11. Poison – ends at 4:00. After 9 minutes and 40 seconds of silence (4:00 – 13:40), begins the hidden trackDevil’s Island – Bianca Casady, Sierra Casady, Sophia Tyler

 

On May 27, 1991.

On May 27, 1991, “Factory“ label released the self-titled, debut Electronic album. It was recorded 1989 – 1991, at “Clear Studios” in Manchester, and was produced by Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr.

Personnel:

  • Bernard Sumner– vocals, keyboards, programming
  • Johnny Marr– guitars, keyboards, programming
  • Neil Tennant– vocals
  • Chris Lowe– keyboards
  • Donald Johnson – drums, percussion
  • David Palmer – drums
  • Denise Johnson – vocals
  • Helen Powell – oboeon
  • Andrew Robinson – additional programming
  • Owen Morris – engineer
  • Johnson/Panas (Trevor Johnson) – cover art, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr, except where noted.

  1. Idiot Country
  2. Reality
  3. Tighten Up
  4. The Patience of a Saint – Bernard Sumner, Johnny Marr, Neil Tennant, Chris Lowe
  5. Getting Away with It – not on the original release with the red cover. First appeared on the re-release with the black cover
  6. Gangster
  7. Soviet
  8. Get the Message
  9. Try All You Want
  10. Some Distant Memory
  11. Feel Every Beat

On May 27, 2003.

On May 27, 2003, “Virgin” label released “So Much for the City”, the debut Thrills album. It was recorded October 2002 – March 2003, and was produced by Tony Hoffer. “So Much for the City” won ‘Album of the Year’ at the Irish national music awards.

Personnel:

  • Conor Deasy – vocals, guitar, harmonica
  • Daniel Ryan – guitar
  • Padraic McMahon – bass, guitar, harmonica
  • Ben Carrigan – drums, percussion
  • Kevin Horan – background vocals, organ, piano, synthesizer
  • Charlie Bisharat, Joel Derouin, Berj Garabedian, Suzie Katayama, Sara Perkins – violin
  • Larry Corbett – cello
  • John Hayhurst – viola
  • David Woodford, Nicholas Lane, Nick Lane, Steve Madaio – horn
  • Jay Dee Maness, JayDee Mannes – pedal steel
  • David Campbell – horn and string arrangements
  • Ben Drury – logo, cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Conor Deasy, Daniel Ryan, Padraic McMahon, Ben Carrigan and Kevin Horan.

  1. Santa Cruz (You’re Not That Far)
  2. Big Sur
  3. Don’t Steal Our Sun
  4. Deckchairs and Cigarettes
  5. One Horse Town
  6. Old Friends, New Lovers
  7. Say It Ain’t So
  8. Hollywood Kids
  9. Just Travelling Through
  10. Your Love Is Like Las Vegas
  11. ‘Til the Tide Creeps In / Plans (hidden track)

 

On May 27, 1977.

On May 27, 1977, “Capricorn” label released “Free Fall”, the second Dixie Dregs studio album. It was recorded 1976 – 1977, and was produced by Stuart Levine.

Personnel:

  • Steve Morse– guitar, banjo, keyboards, guitar synth
  • Allen Sloan – strings, Vvolin, viola, electric violin
  • Andy West– bass guitar
  • Stephen Davidowski – keyboards
  • Rod Morgenstein– drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Morse.

  1. Free Fall
  2. Holiday
  3. Hand Jig
  4. Moe Down
  5. Refried Funky Chicken
  6. Sleep
  7. Cruise Control
  8. Cosmopolitan Traveler
  9. Dig the Ditch
  10. Wages of Weirdness
  11. Northern Lights

On May 27, 2017.

On May 27, 2017, Gregory LeNoir “Gregg” Allman died aged 69. He was musician (guitar, keyboards), singer and songwriter, best known as member of The Allman Brothers Band.  He released seven studio and two live albums, and was inducted into the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” and “Georgia Music Hall of Fame”. “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked him at number 70 on its list of the “100 Greatest Singers of All Time”.

 

On May 27, 2016.

On May 27, 2016, “Virgin EMI” label released “The Lexicon of Love II”, the ninth ABC studio album. It was recorded in 2016, and was produced by Martin Fry and Gary Stevenson.

Personnel:

  • Martin Fry– lead and background vocals
  • Anne Dudley– piano; keyboards; orchestration
  • Rob Fusari– keyboards; programming
  • Peter Gordeno – additional keyboards; programming
  • Stephen Darrell Smith – additional piano
  • Richard Barrett – guitars
  • Matt Backer – guitars
  • Richard Brook– drums
  • Vinzenz Benjamin– bass guitar
  • Carol Kenyon– backing vocals
  • Gina Foster – backing vocals
  • Tim Young – mastering
  • Mat Maitland – art direction
  • Henrik Knudsen – photography

Track listing:

  1. The Flames of Desire – Martin Fry, Charlie Mole, Marcus Vere
  2. Viva Love – Martin Fry, Charlie Mole, Marcus Vere
  3. Ten Below Zero – Martin Fry, Charlie Mole, Marcus Vere
  4. Confessions of a Fool – Martin Fry, Rob Fusari
  5. Singer Not the Song – Martin Fry, Rob Fusari
  6. The Ship of the Seasick Sailor – Martin Fry, Rob Fusari
  7. Kiss Me Goodbye – Martin Fry, Charlie Mole, Marcus Vere
  8. I Believe in Love – Martin Fry, Matt Rowe
  9. The Love Inside the Love – Martin Fry, Anne Dudley
  10. Brighter Than the Sun – Martin Fry, Anne Dudley
  11. Viva Love Reprise – Martin Fry, Charlie Mole, Marcus Vere