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On August 7, 2020.

On August 7, 2020, “earMUSIC” label released “Whoosh!”, the twenty-first Deep Purple studio album. It was recorded 2019 – 2020, at “The Tracking Room”, “Anarchy Studios” and “Ocean Way” in Nashville, Tennessee, “Noble Street Studios” in Toronto, Canada, “Henson Recording Studios” in Hollywood, California, and was produced by Bob Ezrin.

Personnel:

  • Ian Gillan – vocals
  • Steve Morse – guitars
  • Don Airey – keyboards
  • Roger Glover – bass
  • Ian Paice – drums
  • Saam Hashemi – programming
  • Ayana George, Tiffany Palmer – backing vocals
  • Bob Ezrin – percussion, backing vocals, mixing
  • John Metcalf – orchestra arrangements
  • Alan Umstead – conductor
  • Julian Shank – engineer, mixing
  • Alex Krotz, Jaime Sickora – engineer
  • Zach Pepe – engineer assistant
  • Nick Spezia – orchestra recording
  • Justin Cortelyou – mixing, tracking
  • Jason Elliott, Justin Francis – mixing
  • Bryce Robertson – tracking assistant
  • Eric Boulanger – mastering
  • Jekyll & Hyde – cover art, design
  • Ben Wolf – band photography
  • Elena Saharova – landscape photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Ian Gillan, Steve Morse, Don Airey, Roger Glover, Ian Paice and Bob Ezrin, except where noted.

  1. Throw My Bones
  2. Drop the Weapon
  3. We’re All the Same in the Dark
  4. Nothing at All
  5. No Need to Shout
  6. Step by Step
  7. What the What
  8. The Long Way Round
  9. The Power of the Moon
  10. Remission Possible
  11. Man Alive
  12. And the Address – Ritchie Blackmore, Jon Lord
  13. Dancing in My Sleep (bonus track)

Om July 25, 2006.

On July 25, 2006, “Vanguard” label released “Adieu False Heart”, album by Linda Ronstadt and Ann Savoy. It was recorded in 2006, at “Dirk Powell’s Cypress House Studio” in Louisiana, “The Sausalito Plant” in Sausalito, and in Nashville, and was produced by Steve Buckingham.

Personnel:

  • Linda Ronstadt – lead and harmony vocals
  • Ann Savoy – lead and harmony vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Dirk Powell – fretless banjo, upright bass, accordion
  • Sam Broussard – acoustic guitar
  • Buddy Miller – acoustic guitar
  • Bryan Sutton – acoustic guitar
  • Joel Savoy – acoustic guitar, lead guitar, fiddle
  • Chas Justus – acoustic guitar
  • Sam Bush – mandolin
  • Bryon House – upright bass
  • Eric Frey – upright bass
  • Kristin Wilkinson – viola and string arrangements
  • John Catchings – cello
  • Andrea Zonn – resophonic viola, viola. Violin
  • Stuart Duncan – fiddle
  • David Schnaufer – bowed dulcimer, dulcimer
  • Tim Lauer – accordion
  • Kevin Wimmer – fiddle
  • Christine Balfa – triangle
  • Gary Paczosa – engineer, mixing

Track listing:

  1. Opening
  2. Adieu False Heart – Arthur Smith
  3. I Can’t Get Over You – Julie Miller
  4. Marie Mouri – David Greely
  5. King of Bohemia – Richard Thompson
  6. Plus Tu Tournes – Michel Hindenoch
  7. Go Away from My Window – John Jacob Niles
  8. Burns’ Supper – Richard Thompson
  9. The One I Love Is Gone – Bill Monroe
  10. Interlude
  11. Rattle My Cage – Chas Justus
  12. Parlez-Moi D’Amour – Jean Lenoir
  13. Too Old to Die Young – Scott Dooley, John Hadley, Kevin Welch
  14. Interlude
  15. Walk Away Renée – Michael Brown, Bob Calilli, Tony Sansone
  16. Closing

On July 16, 2013.

On July 16, 2013, “Boing!” label released “Culture Clash”, the second Aristocrats (The) studio album. It was recorded in January, 2013 at “Sound Emporium” in Nashville, Tennessee, and was produced by Mark Niemiec, Guthrie Govan, Bryan Beller and Marco Minnemann.

Personnel:

  • Guthrie Govan – guitar
  • Bryan Beller – bass
  • Marco Minnemann – drums, percussion
  • Marc Niemiec – recording
  • Phil Hilborne – engineer
  • Dan Shike – mastering
  • Mike Mesker – design
  • Mauro Marchesi, Tom Colbie – design, layout
  • Victoria Plotnitskaya – photography

Track listing:

  1. Dance of the Aristocrats – Marco Minnemann
  2. Culture Clash – Guthrie Govan
  3. Louisville Stomp – Bryan Beller
  4. Ohhhh Noooo – Marco Minnemann
  5. Gaping Head Wound – Guthrie Govan
  6. Desert Tornado – Marco Minnemann
  7. Coctail Umbrellas – Bryan Beller
  8. Living the Dream – Bryan Beller
  9. And Finally – Guthrie Govan

On July 3, 2020.

On July 3, 2020, “Legacy Recordings” label released “First Rose of Spring”, the seventieth Willie Nelson studio album. It was recorded in 2019 at “The Tracking Room”, UMG Studios”, “Blackbird Studios” and “The Tone Dock” Nashville, “Pedernales Studios” in Austin, and was produced by Buddy Cannon.

Personnel:

  • Willie Nelson – Trigger, vocals
  • Buddy Cannon – acoustic guitar, background vocals
  • Bobby Terry – acoustic and electric guitar, steel guitar
  • Mike Johnson – steel guitar
  • Catherine Marx – piano, B3 organ, Wurlitzer, Rhodes
  • Mickey Raphael – harmonica
  • Kevin “Swine” Grantt – upright bass
  • Larry Paxton – upright bass
  • Chad Cromwell – drums
  • Lonnie Wilson – drums
  • Sari Reist – strings
  • Kristin Wilkinson – strings
  • David Davidson – strings
  • Connie Ellisor – strings
  • Alicia Enstrom – strings
  • Anthony La Marchina – strings
  • Dave Angell – strings
  • Monisa Angell – strings
  • Jerry Bifano – strings
  • Karen Winkelmann – strings
  • Kristin Wilkinson – string arrangements
  • Melodie Cannon – background vocals
  • Ward Davis – background vocals
  • Tony Castle – recording, mixing
  • Steve Chadie – recording
  • Andrew Mendelson – mastering
  • Luke Armentrout – mastering assistant
  • Kevin Boettger – assistant engineer
  • Michelle Freetley – assistant engineer
  • Matt Leigh – assistant engineer
  • Steve Mazur – assistant engineer
  • Nick Molino – assistant engineer
  • Bryce Roberts – assistant engineer
  • Bobby Terry – additional engineer
  • Bobbi Giel – mastering assistant
  • Andrew Darby – mastering assistant
  • Shannon Finnegan – production coordinator
  • Steven Lamb – copyist
  • Micah Nelson – artwork
  • Alexandra Dascalu Nelson – back cover photo

Track listing:

  1. First Rose of Spring – Randy Houser, Allen Shamblin, Mark Beeson
  2. Blue Star – Willie Nelson, Buddy Cannon
  3. I’ll Break Out Again – Sanger D. Shafer, A. L. “Doodle” Owens
  4. Don’t let the Old Man In – Toby Keith
  5. Just Burnin’ Around – Pete Graves
  6. Our Song – Chris Stapleton
  7. We Are the Cowboys – Billy Joe Shaver
  8. Stealing Home – Maria Cannon-Goodman, Casey Beathard, Don Sampson
  9. I’m the Only Hell My Mama Ever Raised – Wayne Kemp, Bobby Borchers, Mack Vickery
  10. Love Just Laughed – Willie Nelson, Buddy Cannon
  11. Yesterday When I Was Young – Charles Aznavour, Herbert Kretzmer

On June 30, 1998.

On June 30, 1998, “Mercury” label released “Car Wheels on a Gravel Road”, the fifth Lucinda Williams studio album. It was recorded in 1997, at “Room and Board Studio” in Nashville, Tennessee, “Rumbo Studio” in Canoga Park, California, and was produced by Roy Bittan, Steve Earle, Ray Kennedy and Lucinda Williams. “Car Wheels on a Gravel Road: won a “Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album”, and was voted “The Best album of 1998” in The Village Voice’s annual “Pazz & Jop” critics poll.

Personnel:

  • Lucinda Williams – vocals, acoustic guitar, dobro guitar
  • Gurf Morlix – electric guitar, 12 string electric guitar, electric slide guitar, acoustic slide guitar, harmony vocal
  • Buddy Miller – acoustic guitar, mando guitar, electric guitar, harmony vocal
  • Ray Kennedy – 12 string electric guitar
  • Greg Leisz – 12 string electric guitar, mandolin
  • Charlie Sexton – electric guitar, dobro guitar
  • Steve Earle – acoustic guitar, harmonica, resonator guitar, harmony vocal
  • Johnny Lee Schell – electric guitar, electric slide guitar, dobro guitar
  • Bo Ramsey – electric guitar, slide guitar
  • Richard “Hombre” Price – dobro guitar
  • Roy Bittan – Hammond B3 organ, accordion, organ
  • Micheal Smotherman – B-3 organ
  • John Ciambotti – bass guitar, upright bass
  • Donald Lindley – drums, percussion
  • Jim Lauderdale – harmony vocal
  • Emmylou Harris – harmony vocal

Track listing:

All tracks by Lucinda Williams except where noted.

  1. Right in Time
  2. Car Wheels on a Grave Road
  3. 2 Kool 2 Be 4-Gotten
  4. Drunken Angel
  5. Concrete and Barbed Wine
  6. Lake Charles
  7. Can’t Let Go – Randy Weeks
  8. I Lost It
  9. Metal Firecrackers
  10. Greenville
  11. Still Looking for Your Kiss – Lucinda Williams, Duane Jarvis
  12. Joy
  13. Jackson

On June 10, 2016.

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.

Personnel:

  • 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

Track listing:

  1. Hollow Bones Pt. 1 – Scott Holiday, Jay Buchanan, Michael Miley, Dave Cobb
  2. Tied Up – David Beste, Jay Buchanan, Scott Holiday
  3. Thundering Voices – Scott Holiday, Jay Buchanan, Dave Cobb, Michael Miley
  4. Baby Boy – Jay Buchanan, Scott Holliday
  5. Pretty Face – Jay Buchanan, Scott Holiday
  6. Fade Out – Scott Holiday, Jay Buchanan
  7. Black Coffee – Ike Turner, Tine Turner
  8. Hollow Bones Pt. 2 – Jay Buchanan, Scott Holiday, Michael Miley, David Beste
  9. All That I Want – Jay Buchanan

On June 4, 1973.

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.

Personnel:

  • Jimmy Buffett – lead vocals, acoustic rhythm guitar
  • Steve Goodman – acoustic lead guitar
  • Reggie Young – electric lead guitar
  • Doyle Grisham – pedal Steel guitar
  • Mike Utley – piano
  • Greg “Fingers” Taylor – harmonica
  • Shane Keister – Moog synthesizer
  • Vassar Clements – fiddle
  • Ed “Lump” Williams – bass guitar
  • Sammy Creason – drums
  • Phil Royster – congas
  • Johnny Gimble – fiddle
  • Ferrell Morris – percussion
  • Marvin Gardens – maracas, beer cans
  • Sand Key Chorale (Jimmy Buffett, Don Gant, Buzz Cason) – background voices
  • The Buffets; Carol Montgomery, Diane Harris – background voices

Track listing:

All tracks by Jimmy Buffett, except where noted.

  1. The Great Filling Station Holdup
  2. Railroad Lady – Jimmy Buffett, Jerry Jeff Walker
  3. He Went to Paris
  4. Grapefruit—Juicy Fruit
  5. Cuban Crime of Passion – Jimmy Buffett, Tom Corcoran
  6. Why Don’t We Get Drunk – Marvin Gardens
  7. Peanut Butter Conspiracy
  8. They Don’t Dance Like Carmen No More
  9. I Have Found Me a Home
  10. My Lovely Lady
  11. Death of an Unpopular Poet

On June 2, 2017.

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.

Personnel:

  • 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
  • M. Allen Parker – engineer, mixing
  • Austin Atwood, Beatriz Artola, Ernesto Olvera, Josh Ditty – additional engineering
  • Alex Skelton, Shawn Gough – engineer assistant
  • Richard Dodd – mastering
  • Perry Shall – layout, design
  • Alysse Gafkjen – photography
  • Dave “Fergie” Ferguson – executive producer

Track listing:

  1. Waiting On A Song – Dan Auerbach, John Prine, Pat McLaughlin, Richard Swift
  2. Malibu Man – Dan Auerbach, David Ferguson, Pat McLaughlin
  3. Livin’ in Sin – Dan Auerbach, David Ferguson, Pat McLaughlin
  4. Shine on Me – Dan Auerbach, David Ferguson, Pat McLaughlin
  5. King of a One Horse Town – Dan Auerbach, Pat McLaughlin
  6. Never in My Wildest Dreams – Dan Auerbach, David Ferguson, Pat McLaughlin
  7. Cherrybomb – Dan Auerbach, David Ferguson, Pat McLaughlin
  8. Stand By My Girl – Dan Auerbach, David Ferguson, Pat McLaughlin
  9. Undertow – Dan Auerbach
  10. Show Me – Bobby Wood, Dan Auerbach

On May 18, 1987.

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.

Personnel:

  • 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

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Earle unless otherwise noted.

  1. Nowhere Road – Steve Earle, Reno Kling
  2. Sweet Little ’66
  3. No. 29
  4. Angry Young Man – Steve Earle, John Porter McMeans
  5. San Antonio Girl
  6. The Rain Came Down – Steve Earle, Michael Woody
  7. I Ain’t Ever Satisfied
  8. The Week of Living Dangerously
  9. I Love You Too Much
  10. It’s All Up to You – Steve Earle, Harry Stinson

On May 15, 2020.

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.

Personnel:

  • 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

Track listing:

All tracks by Jason Isbell except where noted.

  1. What’ve I Done to Help – Jason Isbell, Michael Kiwanuka
  2. Dreamsicle
  3. Only Children
  4. Overseas
  5. Running with Our Eyes Closed
  6. River
  7. Be Afraid
  8. St. Peter’s Autograph
  9. It Gets Easier
  10. Letting You Go