Tag Archives: October 3

The Answer: Revival

On October 3, 2011, “Spinefarm Records” label released “Revival”, the third Answer (The) studio album. It was recorded in 2011, and was produced by Chris “Frenchie” Smith, Cormac Neeson, Paul Mahon, Micky Waters and James Hatley.

Personnel:

  • Cormac Neeson – vocals, harmonica, piano, mellotron
  • Paul Mahon – guitar, backing vocals, mixing
  • Micky Waters – bass, backing vocals
  • James Heatley – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Paully “Deathwish” Etheredge – Hammond M1, piano, keyboards
  • Jamie Muhoberac – keyboards
  • Chris “Frenchie” Smith – additional percussion, mellotron effects, backing vocals, mixing
  • Lynne Jackaman – vocals 
  • Zee Asha, Maria Q – additional vocals
  • Julia Magness, Tracy Todd – backing vocals
  • Alex Brown – backing vocals
  • Jason Buntz – engineer
  • Chris Sheldon – mixing
  • Shawn Joseph – mastering

Track listing:

  1. Waste Your Tears
  2. Use Me
  3. Trouble
  4. Nowhere Freeway
  5. Tornado
  6. Vida (I Want You)
  7. Caught on the Riverbed
  8. Destroy Me
  9. New Day Rising
  10. Can’t Remember, Can’t Forget
  11. One More Revival
  12. Lights are Down

Trey Anastasio: Bar 17

On October 3, 2006, “Rubber Jungle Records” label released “Bar 17”, the fifth Trey Anastasio album. It was recorded in 2006, and was produced by Bryce Goggin and Trey Anastasio.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio – vocal, guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, percussion, horns arrangements
  • Carmen Keegan, Christina Durfee, Joan Wasser, Jen Hartswick – vocals
  • John Medeski, Les Hall, Marco Benevento, Ray Paczkowski – keyboards
  • Mike Gordon, Peter Chwazil, Todd Sickafoose, Tony Markellis – bass
  • Elisabeth Stewart, Jacqueline Pickett – string bass
  • Ben Perowski, Joe Russo, Russ Lawton, Skeeto Valdez, Jonathan Fishman – drums
  • Cyro Baptista – percussion
  • Dave Grippo – alto saxophone
  • Briggan Krauss – alto and baritone saxophone
  • Peter Apfelbaum, Russell Remington – tenor saxophone
  • Erik Lawrence – tenor and baritone saxophone
  • Jared Slomoff, Jen Hartswick, Steven Bernstein – trumpet
  • Andy Moroz – trombone
  • Russel Remington – flute
  • Sue Schick – clarinet
  • Conni Ellisor, David Angell, David Davidson, Janet Askey, Mark Reneau, Karen Winkelmann – violin
  • Jim Grosjean, Kristin Wilkinson, Monisa Angell – viola
  • David Hancock, Sarighani Reist, Gary Tussing – cello
  • Greg Adams – horns arrangements
  • Don Hart – strings arrangements, conductor
  • Adam Sachs, Anthony Ruotolo, Jared Slomoff, Rick Beato, Peter Carini, Ken Lanyon, Bobby Shin – recording
  • Fred Kevorkian – mastering
  • Ben Collette – additional editing, production assistant
  • W.F.N. Productions – art direction, design
  • Beth Mantuori Rowles – studio coordinator
  • Danny Clinch – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Trey Anastasio, except where noted.

  1. Host Across the Potomac
  2. If You’re Walking
  3. Dragonfly – Joe Russo, Marco Benevento, Mike Gordon, Trey Anastasio
  4. Bar 17
  5. Mud City
  6. Let me Lie – Tom Marshall, Trey Anastasio
  7.  What’ Done
  8. Goodbye Head – Eliza Anastasio, Trey Anastasio
  9. A Case of Ice and Snow – Cruz (Benny Stockling), Kevin Hoffman, Trey Anastasio
  10. Empty House
  11. Gloomy Sky
  12. Shadow
  13. Cincinnati – Tom Marshall, Trey Anasatsio

Stroke 9: Bumper to Bumper

On October 3, 1995, “Man! Records” label released “Bumper to Bumper”, the second Stroke 9 studio album.

Personnel:

  • Luke Esterkyn – vocals, guitar
  • John McDermott vocals, lead guitar
  • Greg Gueldner – bass
  • Jeremy Fisch – drums

Track listing:

  1. Washin’ + Wonderin’
  2. All U Can Take
  3. Not Nothin’
  4. Little Black Backpack
  5. Visualize
  6. Something Else in Mind
  7. Down
  8. Bingo
  9. Refrigerator
  10. Please Wait
  11. Shake Yo Booty (hidden track)

The Meat Puppets: No Joke!

On October 3, 1995, “London” label released “No Joke!”, the ninth Meat Puppets (The) studio album. It was recorded in 1995, at “Phase Four Studio” in Phoenix, Arizona, “Westlake Studio” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Paul Leary, Curt Kirkwood, Chris Kirkwood and Derrick Bostrom.

Personnel:

  • Curt Kirkwood – vocals, guitar, paintings
  • Chris Kirkwood – vocals, bass, illustrations
  • Derrick Bostrom – drums, paintings

Track listing:

All tracks by Curt Kirkwood, except where noted.

  1. Scum
  2. Nothing
  3. Head
  4. Taste of the Sun
  5. Vampires
  6. Predator
  7. Poison Arrow
  8. Eyeball
  9. For Free
  10. Cobbler
  11. Inflatable
  12. Sweet Ammonia
  13. Chemical Garden

Lindsey Buckingham: Law and Order

On October 3, 1981, “Warner Music Group” released “Law and Order”, the debut Lindsey Buckingham album. It was recorded 1980 – 1981, at “Larrabee Sound Studio” and “Wally Heider’s Studio” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Lindsey Buckingham and Richard Dashut.

Personnel:

  • Lindsey Buckingham – vocals, guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, drums, percussion
  • George Hawkins – bass
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums
  • Carol Ann Harris – vocals
  • Christine McVie – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Lindsey Buckingham, except where noted.

  1. Bwana
  2. Trouble
  3. Mary Lee Jones
  4. I’ll Tell You Now
  5. If Was I – Gary Paxton
  6. September Song – Maxwell Anderson, Kurt Weill
  7. Shadow of the West
  8. That’s How We Do It in L.A.
  9. Johnny Stew
  10. Love from Here, Love from There
  11. A Satisfied Mind – Red Hayes, Jack Rhodes

On October 3, 2006.

On October 3, 2006, “Reprise” label released “Under the Skin”, the fourth Lindsey Buckingham studio album. It was recorded 1995 – 2004, and was produced by Lindsey Buckingham and Rob Cavallo.

Personnel:

  • Lindsey Buckingham – vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion, engineer, mixing
  • John McVie – bass
  • Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion
  • David Campbell – orchestration
  • Mark Needham – mixing
  • Brian “Big Bass” Gardner – mastering
  • Stephen Walker – art direction
  • Frank Ockenfels III – photography

Track listing:

All tracks Lindsey Buckingham except where noted.

  1. Not Too Late
  2. Show You How
  3. Under the Skin
  4. I Am Waiting – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  5. It Was You
  6. To Try for the Sun – Donovan
  7. Cast Away Dreams
  8. Shut Us Down – Lindsey Buckingham, Cory Sipper
  9. Down on Rodeo
  10. Someone’s Gotta Change Your Mind
  11. Flying Down Juniper

On October 3, 2005.

On October 3, 2005, “Gott Discs” label released “The Quality of Mercy”, the sixth Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel studio album. It was recorded in 2005 and was produced by Steve Harley and Jim Cregan.

Personnel:

  • Steve Harley – vocals, guitar
  • Robbie Gladwell – acoustic and electric guitar, backing vocals
  • Barry Wickens – violin, acoustic guitar, backing vocals
  • James Lascelles – keyboards
  • Lincoln Anderson – bass
  • Adam Houghton – drums
  • Kerr Nice – piano
  • Tony Ryan – pedal steel
  • Mike Batt – piano, string quartet arrangement
  • Jim Cregan – guitar solo
  • Pat Grueber – recording engineer
  • Matt Butler – remix engineer, engineer
  • Steve Sale – engineer
  • Denis Blackham – mastering
  • Mick Rock – cover photo
  • Mark Scarfe – sleeve design

Track listing:

Al tracks by Steve Harley except where noted.

  1. The Last Goodbye – Steve Harley, Jim Cregan
  2. Journey’s End (A Father’s Promise) – Steve Harley, Lincoln Anderson, Robbie Gladwell, James Lascelles, Barry Wickens
  3. Saturday Night at the Fair
  4. No Rain on This Parade
  5. The Coast of Amalfi
  6. The Last Feast
  7. Save Me (From Myself)
  8. When the Halo Slips – Steve Harley, Jim Cregan
  9. A Friend for Life – Steve Harley, Jim Cregan

On October 3, 2000.

On October 3, 2000, “InsideOut Music” label released “Juggling 9 or Dropping 10” the fifth Enchant studio album. It was recorded March – may 2000, and was produced by Douglas A. Ott.

Personnel:

  • Doug A. Ott – acoustic and electric guitar, keyboards, bass guitar, piano, moog, organ, mellotron, EBow
  • Paul Craddick – organ, acoustic and electric guitar, bass guitar, piano, harpsichord, keyboards, mellotron, bass pedals, distortion, strings, drums, percussion
  • Ted Leonard – vocals
  • Mike “Benignus” Geimer – keyboards
  • Ed Platt – bass guitar
  • Ernesto – narrator, chant
  • Tom King-Size – engineer, mixing, drum engineering
  • Ken Lee – mastering
  • Thomas Ewerhard – layout, design
  • James Bickers – liner notes
  • John Bartolucci – photography
  • Stefan Beeking – photography

Track listing:

  1. Paint the Picture – Doug A. Ott
  2. Rough Draft – Paul Craddick, Doug A. Ott
  3. What to Say – Paul Craddick, Ted Leonard, Doug A. Ott
  4. Bite My Tongue – Paul Craddick, Doug A. Ott
  5. Colors Fade – Paul Craddick, Doug A. Ott
  6. Juggling Knives – Paul Craddick, Ted Leonard, Doug A. Ott
  7. Black Eyes and Broken Glass – Paul Craddick, Doug A. Ott
  8. Elyse – Paul Craddick, Ted Leonard, Doug A. Ott
  9. Shell of a Man – Ted Leonard, Doug A. Ott
  10. Broken Wave – Paul Craddick, Doug A. Ott
  11. Traces – Paul Craddick, Doug A. Ott
  12. Know That – Paul Craddick, Ted Leonard, Doug A. Ott

On October 3, 1978.

On October 3, 1978, “Mercury” label released “Jerry Lee Keeps Rockin’”, the 34th Jerry Lee Lewis studio album. It was recorded 1977 – 1978, in Nashville, Tennessee, and was produced by Jerry Kennedy.

Personnel:

  • Jerry Lee Lewis – lead vocals
  • Jimmy Capps, Johnny Christopher, Ray Edenton, Duke Faglier, Jerry Kennedy, Grady Martin, Jerry Shook, Pete Wade, Chip Young – guitar
  • Pete Drake, Weldon Myrick – steel guitar
  • Harold Bradley – six-string bass guitar 
  • Hargus “Pig” Robbins – piano
  • Bob Moore – upright bass
  • Mike Leech – bass
  • Jerry Carrigan, Buddy Harman – drums
  • Kenny Lovelace – fiddle
  • George Binkley III, Marvin Chantry, Carl Gorodetzky, Lennie Haight, Sheldon Kurland, Christian Teal, Samuel Terranova, Stephanie Woolf – strings
  • Janie Fricke, Ginger Holladay, Millie Kirkham, The Jordanaires, Bergen White, Trish Williams – backing vocals
  • Bergen White – strings arrangements

Track listing:

  1. I’ll Find It Where I Can – Michael Clark, Zack Van Arsdale
  2. Don’t Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes – Slim Willet
  3. Sweet Little Sixteen – Chuck Berry
  4. Last Cheaters Waltz – Sonny Throckmorton
  5. Wild and Wooly Ways – Bob Morrison, Alan Rush
  6. Blue Suede Shoes – Carl Perkins
  7. I Hate You – Leroy Daniels, Dan Penn
  8. Arkansas Seesaw – Michael Bacon, Thomas Cain
  9. Lucille – Albert Collins, Richard Penniman
  10. Pee Wee’s Place – Duke Faglier
  11. Before the Night Is Over – Ben Peters