On June 10, 2016, “Eearache” label released “Hollow Bones”, the fifth Rival Sons studio album. It was recorded 2015 – 2016, at “RCA Studio A”, “Low Country Sound Studio”, “House of David Sixteen Ton Studio” in Nashville, TN, and was produced by Dave Cobb.
Jay Buchanan – vocals
Scott Holiday – guitar, string arrangement
Dave Beste – bass guitar
Michael Miley – drums
Todd E. Ogren Brooks – keyboards
Eamon McLoughlin – cello, violin
Kristen Rogers, Whitney Coleman, April Rucker – backing vocals
Matt Ross’Spang – recording engineer
Eddie Spear – mixing
Pete Lyman – mastering
John Netti – recording engineer
Martin Wittfooth – artwork, layout
Emilia Pare – photography
Hollow Bones Pt. 1 – Scott Holiday, Jay Buchanan, Michael Miley, Dave Cobb
Tied Up – David Beste, Jay Buchanan, Scott Holiday
Thundering Voices – Scott Holiday, Jay Buchanan, Dave Cobb, Michael Miley
Baby Boy – Jay Buchanan, Scott Holliday
Pretty Face – Jay Buchanan, Scott Holiday
Fade Out – Scott Holiday, Jay Buchanan
Black Coffee – Ike Turner, Tine Turner
Hollow Bones Pt. 2 – Jay Buchanan, Scott Holiday, Michael Miley, David Beste
On June 4, 1973, “Dunhill” label released “A White Sport Coat and a Pink Crustacean”, the third Jimmy Buffett studio album. It was recorded in 1972, at “Glaser Sound” in Nashville, TN, and was produced by Don Gant.
Jimmy Buffett – lead vocals, acoustic rhythm guitar
On June 2, 2017, “Easy Eye Sound” label released “Waiting on a Song”, the second Dan Auerbach album. It was recorded in 2016, at “Easy Eye Sound Studios” in Nashville, TN, and “Electric Lady Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Dan Auerbach.
Dan Auerbach – vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, baritone guitar, fuzz bass, Mellotron, percussion, mixing
Bobby Wood – piano, electric piano, glockenspiel, chimes, vibraphone, backing vocals
Russ Pahl – acoustic and electric guitars, steel guitar, sitar,
Duane Eddy – electric guitar
Mark Knopfler – electric rhythm guitar
Pat McLaughlin – acoustic guitar, backing vocals
Kenny Vaughan – acoustic and electric guitar
Dave Roe – bass guitar, acoustic bass
Jeffrey Clemens – drums, percussion
Gene Chrisman – drums
Chris St. Hilaire – drums
Kenny Malone – percussion, vibraphone, marimba
Dennis Solee – flute, saxophone
Roy Agee – trombone
Steve Herrman – trumpet
Leon Michels – horns
Jerry Douglas – dobro
Matt Combs – strings
Ashley Wilcoxson, Heather Rigdon, Leisa Hans – backing vocals
On May 18, 1987, “MCA” label released “Exit 0”, the second Steve Earle (credited to Steve Earle & The Dukes) studio album. It was recorded in “Emerald Studios” in Nashville, Tennessee, and was produced by Tony Brown, Emory Gordy, Jr., and Richard Bennett.
Steve Earle – lead vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, harmonica
Bucky Baxter – vocals, steel guitar
Mike McAdam – vocals, six and twelve string electric guitars
Ken Moore – vocals, organ, synthesizer
Reno Kling – bass guitar
Harry Stinson – vocals, drums
John Jarvis – piano
Emory Gordy, Jr. – mandolin
Richard Bennett – acoustic and electric guitar, six string bass
K-Meaux Boudin – accordion
Chuck Ainlay – recording, mixing
Jim DeVault – front cover photography
All tracks by Steve Earle unless otherwise noted.
Nowhere Road – Steve Earle, Reno Kling
Sweet Little ’66
Angry Young Man – Steve Earle, John Porter McMeans
On May 15, 2020, “Southeastern” label released “Reunions”, the seventh Jason Isbell studio album, and the fourth accompanied by his backing band The 400 Unit. It was recorded in 2019, at “RCA Studio A” in Nashville, Tennessee, and was produced by Dave Cobb.
Jason Isbell – vocals, piano, guitars
Sadler Vaden – guitars
Derry Deborja – keyboards, omnichord, organ, piano
Amanda Shires – fiddle, background vocals
Jimbo Hart – bass
Chad Gamble – drums, tambourine
Jay Buchanan – background vocals
David Crosby – background vocals
Gena Johnson – engineer
Toby Hurlbert – assistant engineer
Daniel Bacigalupi – assistant
Dave Cobb – mixing, shaker
Pete Lyman – mastering
Fetzer Design – art direction
All tracks by Jason Isbell except where noted.
What’ve I Done to Help – Jason Isbell, Michael Kiwanuka
On May 9, 2011, “Favorite Gentlemen Recordings” label released “Simple Math” the third Manchester Orchestra studio album. It was recorded August – December 2010, at “Blackbird Studios” in Nashville, TN, “Favorite Gentlemen” in Atlanta, GA, and was produced by Dan Hannon, Andy Hull, Robert McDowell, Jonathan Corley and Christopher Freeman.
Andy Hull — lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboard, lyrics
Robert McDowell — lead guitar, backing vocals
Jonathan Corley — bass, backing vocals
Christopher Freeman — percussion, organ, piano, synthesizer, backing vocals
On April 24, 2020, “Thirty Tigers” label released “Good Souls Better Angels”, the 15th Lucinda Williams album. It was recorded September – November 2019, at “Room” and “Board Studio” in Nashville, and was produced by Ray Kennedy, Tom Overby and Lucinda Williams.
Lucinda Williams – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar
Stuart Mathis – guitar, violin
Mark T Jordan – organ
David Sutton – bass guitar
Butch Norton – drums, percussion
Ray Kennedy – mixing
Brian Lucey – mastering
All tracks by Lucinda Williams and Tom Overby, except where noted.
On April 15, 2016, “Atlantic” label released “A Sailor’s Guide to Earth” the third Sturgill Simpson studio album. It was recorded in 2015 at “The Butcher Shoppe” in Nashville, and was produced by Sturgill Simpson. At the 59th “Grammy Awards” it won award for “Best Country Album”.
Sturgill Simpson – lead and backing vocals, 12-string and acoustic guitar, Moog synthesizer, synthesizer
On March 14, 2000, “Slow River Records” label released “Home”, the second Josh Rouse studio album. It was recorded in 1999, at “True Tone Studio” in Nashville, “Alex the Great” in Berry Hill, Tennessee, and was produced by Brad Jones, David Henry and Josh Rouse.
Josh Rouse – vocals, guitar
David Henry – bass, cello, engineer
Brad Jones – piano, bass, chamberlain, marimba, additional engineering
On March 8, 2005, “Koch” label released “Silver Rain”, the sixth Marcus Miller studio album. It was recorded in 2004, at “Absolut Beats” in Dallas, TX, “Camel Island Studios” in Los Angeles, “Hannibal Studios” in Santa Monica, CA, “HIt Factory”, “The Dormitory” in New York City, “Vertical Sound Studios” in Nashville, TN, and was produced by Marcus Miller and David Isaac.