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On June 23, 2009.

On June 23, 2009, “Warner Bros” label released “Octahedron”, the fifth Mars Volta album. It was recorded 2007 – 2008, at “99 Sutton Street” in New York City, and was produced by Omar Rodríguez-López.


  • Omar Rodríguez-López– guitar, synthesizers, drum machine, direction, arrangements
  • Cedric Bixler-Zavala– vocals, lyrics
  • John Frusciante– guitar
  • Juan Alderete– bass guitar
  • Thomas Pridgen– drums
  • Marcel Rodríguez-López– keyboards, synthesizers, mellotron, percussion
  • Isaiah “Ikey” Owens
  • Mark Aanderud– additional piano
  • Jeremy Michael Ward- intro recording
  • Omar Rodríguez-López, Isaiah Abolin, Lars Stalfors, Shaun Sullivan – recording engineer
  • Rich Costey– mixing
  • Noah Goldstein, Lee Foster – mixing assistant
  • Howie Weinberg– mastering
  • Jeff Jordan– original artwork
  • Sonny Kay– layout and design

Track listing:

All lyrics by Cedric Bixler-Zavala, all music by Omar Rodríguez-López.

  1. Since We’ve Been Wrong
  2. Teflon
  3. Halo of Nembutals
  4. With Twilight as My Guide
  5. Cotopaxi
  6. Copernicus
  7. Luciforms



On June 22, 2004.

On June 22, 2004, “Nonesuch” label released “A Ghost Is Born”, the fifth Wilco studio album. It was recorded November 2003 – March 2004 in New York City, and was produced by Jim O’Rourke, Jeff Tweedy, John Stirratt, Glen Kotche, Leroy Bach and Mikael Jorgensen. In 2005, “A Ghost Is Born” won “Grammy Awards”  for “Best Alternative Music Album” and “Best Recording Package”.


  • Jeff Tweedy– vocals, guitar, bass, synthesizer, filters, loops
  • John Stirratt– bass, guitar, piano, backing vocals, synthesizer, filters, loops
  • Glenn Kotche– drums, percussion, hammered dulcimer, synthesizer, filters, loops
  • Leroy Bach– piano, organ, guitar, bass, vibes, synthesizer, filters, loops
  • Mikael Jorgensen– piano, rocksichord, Farfisa, organ, synthesizer, filters, loops, engineer
  • Jim O’Rourke– piano, guitar, bass, ARP 2600, synthesizer, filters, loops, engineer, mixing
  • Frankie Montuoro – hammered dulcimer, production assistant, technical assistance
  • Karen Waltuch –viola
  • Tim Barnes – percussion
  • Steve Rooke –mastering
  • Chris Shaw – engineer
  • TJ Doherty, Tim Iseler – assistant engineers
  • Stan Doty, Daniel Herbst, Deborah Miles Johnson, Haydn Johnston, Matt Zivich – production assistants, technical assistance
  • Dan Nadel –graphic design
  • Peter Smith – graphic design,photography
  • Mike Schmelling – photography
  • Gladys Nilsson– drawing
  • Ken Waagner – digital supervisor

Track listing:

All tracks by Jeff Tweedy except where noted.

  1. At Least That’s What You Said
  2. Hell Is Chrome – Jeff Tweedy,Mikael Jorgensen
  3. Spiders (Kidsmoke)
  4. Muzzle of Bees
  5. Hummingbird
  6. Handshake Drugs
  7. Wishful Thinking – Jeff Tweedy,Glenn Kotche
  8. Company in My Back
  9. I’m a Wheel
  10. Theologians – Jeff Tweedy, Mikael Jorgensen, Chris Girard
  11. Less Than You Think – Jeff Tweedy,John Stirratt, Glen Kotche, Mikael Jorgensen,Leroy Bach, Jim O’Rourke
  12. The Late Greats

In June 1973.

In June 1973, “RCA” label released “Farewell Andromeda”, the seventh John Denver album. It was recorded at “RCA Studio D” in New York City, and was produced by Milton Okun.


  • John Denver — guitar, vocals
  • Eric Weissberg— banjo, steel guitar
  • Jan Camp Garrett — mandolin, vocals
  • Victor Garrett — bass, vocals
  • Lawrence Gottlieb— steel guitar, vocals
  • Lee Holdridge— string arrangements
  • Michael Holmes — piano
  • Richard Kniss — bass
  • Herb Lovelle— drums
  • George Marge — woodwind
  • Frank Owens — piano
  • Paul Prestopino — guitar, autoharp
  • John Sommers — banjo, guitar, mandolin, vocals
  • Toots Thielemans— harmonica
  • Don Wardell — Executive Producer
  • Bryan Bowers — autoharp
  • Chip Taylor, Steve Chapin, Bill Danoff, Taffy Danoff, Steve Mandell, Martine Habib, Campden Street Choir — vocals
  • Kris O’Connor – assistant producer
  • Acy R. Lehman – art director
  • Mark English – cover art


All tracks by John Denver; except where noted.

  1. I’d Rather Be a Cowboy (Lady’s Chains)
  2. Berkeley Woman – Bryan Bowers
  3. Please, Daddy (Don’t Get Drunk This Christmas) – Bill Danoff, Taffy Nivert
  4. Angel from Montgomery – John Prine
  5. River of Love – John Sommers
  6. Rocky Mountain Suite (Cold Nights in Canada)
  7. Whiskey Basin Blues
  8. Sweet Misery – Hoyt Axton
  9. Zachary and Jennifer
  10. We Don’t Live Here No More – Bill Danoff
  11. Farewell Andromeda (Welcome To My Morning)

In June 1972.

In June 1972, “Warner Bros” label released “School’s Out”, the fifth Alice Cooper studio album. It was recorded in 1972, at “The Record Plant” in New York City, and was produced by Bob Ezrin. The album cover was by Craig Braun.


  • Alice Cooper– vocals
  • Glen Buxton– lead guitar
  • Michael Bruce– rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Dennis Dunaway– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Neal Smith– drums, backing vocals
  • Bob Ezrin– keyboards
  • Dick Wagner– lead guitar
  • Rockin’ Reggie Vincent – guitar, backing vocals
  • Wayne Andre– trombone

Track listing:

  1. School’s Out – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith
  2. Luney Tune – Alice Cooper, Dennis Dunaway
  3. Gutter Cat vs. the Jets – Glen Buton, Dennis Dunway, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim
  4. Street Fight – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith
  5. Blue Turk – Alice cooper, Michael Bruce
  6. My Stars – Alice Cooper, Bob Ezrin
  7. Public Animal #9 – Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce
  8. Alma Mater – Neal Smith
  9. Grand Finale – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Bob Ezrin, Neal Smith, Mack David, Leonard Bernstein

On June 14, 1994.

On June 14, 1994, “Epic” label released “Turn It Upside Down”, the second Spin Doctors album. It was recorded in March 1994, at “Clinton Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Peter Denenberg, Frankie La Rocka, Chris Barron, Aaron Comess, Eric Schenkman and Mark White. The album was certified Platinum in US by the “RIIA”.


  • Chris Barron – vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Aaron Comess – drums, percussion, piano, hammond organ, chapman stick, clavinet, zildjian
  • Eric Schenkman – guitar, background vocals, lead vocals
  • Mark White- bass
  • Mark Agostino – shaker
  • Andrew Commes – hammond organ
  • Rich Koerner – guitar
  • Art Smith – guitar
  • Engineer: Peter Denenberg
  • Mixing: Peter Denenberg
  • Mastering: Ted Jensen

Track listing:

All tracks by Chris Barron, Aaron Comess, Eric Schenkman and Mark White, except where noted.

  1. Big Fat Funky Booty
  2. You Let Your Heart Go Too Fast
  3. Cleopatra’s Cat
  4. Hungry Hamed’s
  5. Biscuit Head
  6. Indifference – Eric Schenkman, Linda Kelly
  7. Bags of Dirt
  8. Mary Jane – Chris Barron, Bob Lewis
  9. More Than Meets the Ear
  10. Laraby’s Gang – Chris Barron
  11. At This Hour
  12. Someday All This Will Be Road
  13. Beasts in the Woods


In June 1969.

In June 1969, “Columbia” label released “Beck-Ola”, the second Jeff Beck album. It was recorded in April 1969, at “De Lane Lea Studios”, “Abbey Road Studios  and  “Trident Studios” in London; “Mirasound Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Mickie Most.


  • Jeff Beck– guitars, backing vocals
  • Rod Stewart– vocals
  • Nicky Hopkins– piano, organ
  • Ronnie Wood– bass
  • Tony Newman– drums
  • Micky Waller– drums

Track listing:

  1. All Shook Up – Otis Blackwell, Elvis Presley
  2. Spanish Boots – Ronnie Wood, Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart
  3. Girl From Mill Valley – Nicky Hopkins
  4. Jailhouse Rock – Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
  5. Plynth (Water Down the Drain) – Nicky Hopkins, Ronnie Wood, Rod Stewart
  6. The Hangman’s Knee – Tony Newman, Jeff Beck, Nicky Hopkins, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood
  7. Rice Pudding – Nicky Hopkins, Ronnie Wood, Jeff beck, Tony Newman