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On March 19, 2013.

On March 19, 2013, “Sub Pop” label released “The Invisible Way” the tenth Low album. It was recorded in 2012, at Wilco’s studio in Chicago, and was produced by Jeff Tweedy.

Personnel:

  • Alan Sparhawk – vocals, guitar
  • Steve Garrington – bass, keyboards
  • Mimi Parker – vocals, drums
  • Tom Schick – engineer
  • Mark Greenberg – engineer assistant
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Jeff Kleinsmith – art direction
  • Ryan Lemahleu – package artwork

All tracks by Alan Sparhawk, Steve Garrington and Mimi Parker.

  1. Plastic Cup
  2. Amethyst
  3. So Blue
  4. Holy Ghost
  5. Waiting
  6. Clarence White
  7. Four Score
  8. Just Make It Stop
  9. Mother
  10. On My Own
  11. To Our Knees

On March 3, 2017.

On March 3, 2017, “RCA” label released “Wired”, the third Mallory Knox studio album. It was recorded in 2016, at “VADA Studios” in   Cookhill, Alcester, UK, and was produced by Dan Austin.

Personnel:

  • Mikey Chapman – lead and backing vocals, percussion
  • Sam Douglas – lead and backing vocals, bass guitar, keys, piano
  • James Gillett – rhythm and lead guitar, keys, percussion
  • Joe Savins – rhythm and lead guitar
  • Dave Rawling – drums; percussion 
  • Gethin Pearson – programming
  • Dan Austin – additional programming

Track listing:

  1. Giving It Up
  2. California
  3. Wired
  4. For You
  5. Midnight
  6. Better Off Without You
  7. Falling in Love
  8. Lucky Me
  9. Saviour
  10. Come Back Around
  11. Mother

On February 17, 1992.

On February 17, 1992, “Fontana” label released “Seven”, the fourth James studio album. It was recorded in 1991, at “The Manor Studios” in Oxfordshire and “Olympic Studios” in London, and was produced by Youth, Steve Chase, Tim Booth, Larry Gott, Jim Glennie, Saul Davies, Mark Hunter, Andy Diagram and Dave Baynton-Power.

Personnel:

  • Tim Booth– vocals
  • Larry Gott– guitar
  • Jim Glennie- bass guitar
  • Saul Davies– guitar
  • Mark Hunter- piano, keyboards
  • Andy Diagram– trumpet
  • Dave Baynton-Power– drums
  • Durga McBroom— backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Tim Booth, Larry Gott and Jim Glennie.

  1. Born of Frustration
  2. Ring the Bells
  3. Sound
  4. Bring a Gun
  5. Mother
  6. Don’t Wait That Long
  7. Live a Love of Life
  8. Next Lover
  9. Heavens
  10. Protect Me
  11. Seven

On June 8, 1999.

On June 8, 1999, “Drag City” label released “Fingerpainting”, the eighth Red Krayola album.

Personnel:

  • Mayo Thompson
  • Frederick Barthelme
  • Steve Cunningham
  • David Grubbs
  • Bobby Henschen
  • George Hurley
  • Albert Oehlen
  • Stephen Prina
  • Elisa Randazzo
  • Tom Watson
  • Christopher Williams
  • Sandy Yang

Track listing:

  1. George III
  2. Bad Medicine
  3. A Hybrid Creature of Greed, Ignorance and Powers of Comprehension Plays a Vaulted Drum Kit. The Playing Corresponds Completely to the Event. There Are Entrances and Exits. And There Is Gravitation, Where It Is Needed – Tears for Example
  4. There There Betty Betty
  5. The Greed of a Clarinet That Is Puffy from Crying Gets Tossed in Butter and Spread by Notes. This Process Depresses the Entire Orchestra So Much That It Only Plays Behind a Golden Partition. The Partition Is Decorated With Semi-Precious Attractive Diamonds
  6. Vile Vile Grass
  7. A Sow With an Abbess’s Bonnet Is Sitting on Four Rock-Objects and Singing Along With Them. The Song Sounds Like a Cheater, And Is Imprisoned in a Striped Toy Box Because Its Aims Are Not Recognizable. On Top of the Box Is a Head That Could Be Elvis’s, If He Had Survived This
  8. Mother
  9. Out of a Trombone That Is Divided Lengthways by a Partition of Gold Sound Seven Violins of Dynamite That Are Cut Sideways into Thin Slices. They Are Played by the Thrown Out Ex-Members of a Very Bad Band and Blown Up
  10. In My Baby’s Ruth, Sandy’s Drums With David & Shadwell, Filthy Lucre

On May 26, 2017.

On May 26, 2017, “Rabble Rouser” label released “The Songs and Poems of Molly Drake”, the eight  Unthanks album. It was recorded in 2017, and was produced by Adrian McNally. The album contains recordings of songs and poems written by Molly Drake, the mother of Nick Drake, and recitations of Molly’s poems by her daughter Gabrielle Drake

Personnel:

  • Gabrielle Drake– spoken word
  • Rachel Unthank, Becky Unthank – voice
  • Adrian McNally– voice, piano
  • Chris Price – voice, double bass, guitar
  • Niopha Keegan – voice, violin, viola
  • Faye MacCalman – clarinet, tenor saxophone
  • Martin Douglas – cymbals

Track listing:

  1. What Can a Song Do to You? (with poem: “Lost Grief”)
  2. Dream Your Dreams
  3. Martha
  4. How Wild the Wind Blows
  5. Little Weaver Bird
  6. Bird in the Blue (with poem: “Lost Blue”)
  7. The Road to the Stars (with poem: “Warning to Heroes”)
  8. Set Me Free (with poem: “Escape Me Now”)
  9. Woods In May
  10. I Remember
  11. Never Pine for the Old Love
  12. The Shell
  13. Soft Shelled Crabs
  14. Do You Ever Remember? (with poem: “Time”)
  15. The First Day (with poem: “A Prayer for Love”)

 

On May 6, 2014.

On May 6, 2014, “Prestige Folklore” label released “Childhood Home”, the twelfth Ben Harper studio album. It was recorded in released 2014 at “The Machine Shop” in Santa Monica, California, and was produced by Ben Harper, Ethan Allan, Jason Mozersky, Jesse Ingalls and Jimmy Paxson. The album is Ben Harper’s collaboration with his mother, Ellen.

Personnel:

  • Ben Harper – vocals, guitars, autoharp, dulcimer
  • Ellen Harper – vocals, guitar, banjo
  • Jesse Ingalls – bass, keyboards
  • Jason Mozersky – guitar
  • Jimmy Paxson – drums
  • Ethan Allen – engineer, mixing
  • Tom Dolan – art direction
  • Trifon Trifonopolous – photography
  • Daniel Voll – cover photo
  • Eric Hendrix – back cover photo

 Track listing:

All tracks by Ben Harper; except where noted.

  1. A House is a Home
  2. City of Dreams
  3. Born to Love You
  4. Heavyhearted World
  5. Farmer’s Daughter
  6. Memories of Gold
  7. Altar of Love
  8. Break Your Heart
  9. Learn it All Again Tomorrow
  10. How Could We Not Believe

 

On May 30, 2011.

On May 30, 2011, “Five Seven” label released “Panic of Girls”, the ninth Blondie studio album. It was recorded October–December 2009 and May 2010 in Woodstock, New York and Hoboken, New Jersey, and was produced by Jeff Saltzman, Kato Khandwala, Matt Katz-Bohen and Super Buddha.

Personnel:

  • Debbie Harry- vocals
  • Chris Stein- guitar
  • Clem Burke- drums
  • Leigh Foxx – bass
  • Matt Katz-Bohen- guitar, keyboards, programming
  • Tommy Kessler, Paul Carbonara, Elliot Easton- guitar
  • Zach Condon- trumpet
  • Lauren Katz-Bohen – backing vocals
  • Professor Louie- accordion
  • Kato Khandwala – guitar, keyboards, engineering, programming
  • Marco Martin, Gabriel Espinosa – engineer
  • Mark Needham- mixing
  • Will Brierre – assistant mix engineer
  • Stephen Marcussen- mastering
  • Chris Berens- cover art, art direction

Track listing:

  1. D-Day – Deborah Harry, Barbara Jean Morrison, Charles W. Nieland
  2. What I Heard – Matt Katz-Bohen, Laurel Katz-Bohen
  3. Mother – Debbie Harry, Kato Khandwala, Ben Phillips
  4. The End the End – Debbie Harry, Kato Khandwala, Ben Phillips
  5. Girlie Girlie – Anthony Davis, Lloyd Douglas, Steve Golding
  6. Love Doesn’t Frighten Me – Matt Katz-Bohen, Laurel Katz-Bohen
  7. Words in My Mouth – Debbie Harry, Jean Morrison, Charles W. Nieland
  8. Sunday Smile – Zach Condon
  9. Wipe Out My Sweat – Debbie Harry, Chris Stein, Matt Katz-Bohen
  10. Le Bleu – Chris Stein, Gilles Riberolles
  11. China Shoes – Debbie Harry, Chris Stein

 

On January 11, 1970.

ChicagoIII

On January 11, “Columbia” label released “Chicago III”, the third Chicago studio album. It was recorded June to December 1970, at the “Columbia 30th Street Studios” in New York, and was produced by James William Guercio. This was by the band’s third consecutive double album of new studio material in two years.

Personnel:

  • Peter Cetera – bass guitar, lead & backing vocals, pedal steel guitar
  • Terry Kath– electric & acoustic guitars, lead & backing vocals
  • Robert Lamm– acoustic piano, Wurlitzer electric piano, Hammond organ, Hohner Pianet, lead & backing vocals, tack piano, vibraphone, celesta
  • Lee Loughnane– trumpet
  • James Pankow– trombone, brass arrangements
  • Walter Parazaider– saxophones, flute
  • Danny Seraphine– drums, percussion, timbales
  • Nick Fasciano – logo design
  • John Berg – album design
  • Sandy Speiser – photography
  • Annette Kawecki and Melanie Marder for Loseidon Productions – lettering

Track listing:

  1. Sing a Mean Tune Kid – Robert Lamm
  2. Loneliness Is Just a Word – Robert Lamm
  3. What Else Can I Say – Peter Cetera
  4. I Don’t Want Your Money – Terry Kath, Robert Lamm
  5. Travel Suite – Robert Lamm, Danny Seraphine, Terry Kath, Walter Parazaider
  6. Mother – Robert Lamm
  7. Lowdown – Peter cetera, Danny Seraphine
  8. An Hour in the Shower – Terry Kath
  9. Elegy – James Pankow, James William Guercio, Kendrew Lascelles

 

On December 11, 1970.

Lennon

On December 11, 1970, “Apple” label released “John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band”, John Lennon solo studio album.  It was recorded September – October , 1970, at the “Abbey Road Studios” and at “Ascot Sound Studios” in London, and was produced by John Lennon, Yoko Ono  and Phil Spector. In 2012, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 23 on its list of “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.

Personnel:

  • John Lennon– vocals, guitars, keyboards
  • Ringo Starr– drums
  • Klaus Voormann– bass[
  • Phil Spector– piano
  • Billy Preston– piano on “God
  • Yoko Ono– wind
  • Mal Evans– tea and sympathy

Track listing:

All tracks by John Lennon, except where noted.

  1. Mother
  2. Hold On
  3. I Found Out
  4. Working Class Hero
  5. Isolation
  6. Remember
  7. Love
  8. Well Well Well
  9. Look at Me
  10. God
  11. My Mummy’s Dead