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On October 15, 1996.

On October 15, 1996, “Rhino” label released “Justus”, the eleventh Monkees studio album.  It was recorded in celebration of their 30th anniversary, in June – August 1996, at “NRG Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork, Davy Jones and Michael Nesmith.


  • Micky Dolenz- drums, vocals
  • Peter Tork- bass, keyboards, vocals
  • Davy Jones- percussion, vocals
  • Michael Nesmith- guitars, vocals
  • Engineered by Bob Bullock, Michael McDonald, with assistance from Terry Bates, Grant Greene, Steve Mixdorf
  • Mixed by Michael McDonald, with assistance from Tim Gerron
  • Mastered by Michael McDonald

Track listing:

  1. Circle Sky – Michael Nesmith
  2. Never Enough – Micky Dolenz
  3. Oh, What a Night – Davy Jones
  4. You and I – Micky Dolenz, David Jones
  5. Unlucky Stars – Micky Dolenz
  6. Admiral Mike – Michael Nesmith
  7. Dyin’ of a Broken Heart – Micky Dolenz
  8. Regional Girl – Micky Dolenz
  9. Run Away from Life – Peter Tork
  10. I Believe You – Peter Tork
  11. It’s My Life – Micky Dolenz
  12. It’s Not Too Late – David Jones

In August 1975.

In August 1975, “Columbia” label released “So Fine”, the fifth Loggins and Messina studio album. It was recorded in 1975, at Jim Messina’s ranch in Ojai, California, and was produced by Jim Messina.


  • Kenny Loggins- vocals, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica, banjo, 2nd engineer
  • Jim Messina- vocals, lead guitar, acoustic guitar, dobro, mandolin
  • Merel Bregante – drums
  • Jon Clarke – flute, saxophone
  • Vince Denham – saxophone
  • Richard Greene – violin
  • Larry Sims – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Don Roberts – saxophone, flute
  • Mike Rubini- piano
  • Milt Holland- percussion
  • Steve Forman – percussion
  • Engineer: Alex Kazanegras
  • Corey Bailey – recording
  • Recording technician: Lew Schatzer
  • Photography: Jim McCrary, Reid Miles
  • Design: Ron Coro, Nancy Donald

Track listing:

  1. Oh, Lonesome Me – Don Gibson
  2. My Baby Left Me – Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup
  3. Wake Up Little Susie – Felice and Boudleaux Bryant
  4. I’m Movin’ On – Hank Snow
  5. Hello Mary Lou – Gene Pitney
  6. Hey Good Lookin’ – Hank Williams
  7. Splish Splash – Bobby Darin, Murray the K
  8. A Lover’s Question – Brook Benton, Jimmy Williams
  9. You Never Can Tell – Chuck Berry
  10. I Like It Like That – Chris Kenner
  11. So Fine – Johnny Otis
  12. Honky Tonk – Part II – Billy Butler, Bill Doggett, Clifford Scott, Shep Shepherd

On August 9, 2005.

On August 9, 2005, ”Ye Olde Records” label released “Made in China”, the seventh Juliana Hatfield album. It was recorded in 2005, and was produced by Juliana Hatfield.


  • Juliana Hatfield– vocals, guitars, bass, drums, photography, art work
  • Joe Keefe – guitar
  • Ben Smith, Ed Valauskas – bass
  • Sebastian Keefe, Pete Caldes – drums
  • Brian Brown, Paul Q. Kolderie – engineers, mixing
  • Mastering: Greg Calbi
  • Design: Mary Lynch

Track listing:

All tracks by Juliana Hatfield, except where noted.

  1. New Wall
  2. What Do I Care?
  3. Stay Awake – Juliana Hatfield, Joe Keefe
  4. On Video – Juliana Hatfield, Joe Keefe
  5. Hole in the Sky
  6. Oh
  7. My Pet Lion
  8. Going Blonde
  9. Rats in the Atic
  10. Digital Penetration
  11. A Doe and Two Fawns
  12. Send Money

In July 1981.

In July 1981, “ZE” label released the debut, self-titled “Was (Not Was)” album. It was recorded January-March 1981;at “Sound Suite” in Detroit, Michigan, and was produced by David Was, Don Was, Jack Tann and Michael Zilkha.


  • David Was- vocals, alto saxophone, piano
  • Don Was- vocals, bass, vibraphone, Moog synthesizer, clavinet,
  • Sir Harry Bowens – vocals
  • Sweet Pea Atkinson – vocals
  • Bruce Nazarian, Ricardo Rouse, Wayne Kramer- guitar
  • Jervonny Collier, Lamont Johnson, Bruce Nazarian – bass
  • Franklin K. Funklyn McCullers, Jerry Jones – drums
  • Larry Fratangelo, Kevin Tschirhart, Carl “Butch” Small – percussion
  • Gary Stuck, Jim Matthews, Les Chambers – additional percussion
  • Irwin Krinsky – piano
  • Luis Resto, Raymond Johnson, Mark Johnson – keyboards
  • David McMurray, Armand Angeloni – saxophone
  • Marcus Belgrave- trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Mack Pitt – mandolin
  • Carol Hall, Carolyn Crawford, Kathy Kosins, Michelle Goulet, Sheila Horne – background vocals
  • Anthony Was, Kim Heron, Lamont Zodiac, Mark J. Norton, Mitchell Jacobs, Mrs. Martinez’s Fifth Hour Vocal Music Class, Birney Middle School, Pam Schlom, Richard Pinkston, Rick Cushingberry, Rubin Weiss, Ruth Seymore, Tom Brzezina – additional vocals
  • Johnny Allen- string arrangement
  • Michael Zilkha- executive producer

Track listing:

All tracks by David Was and Don Was; except where noted.

  1. Out Come the Freaks
  2. Where Did Your Heart Go?
  3. Tell Me That I’m Dreaming
  4. Oh, Mr. Friction
  5. Carry Me Back to Old Morocco – David Was, Don Was, Doug Fieger
  6. It’s an Attack! – David Was, Don Was, Goss
  7. The Sky’s Ablaze
  8. ..Now! – David Was, Don Was, Ron Banks

In July 1973.

In July 1973, “RCA” label released “Berlin” the third Lou Reed solo album. It was recorded in 1973, at “Morgan Studios” in London, “Record Plant Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Bob Ezrin. In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked “Berlin” at number 344 on its list the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”


  • Lou Reed – vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Bob Ezrin– piano, mellotron, arrangement
  • Steve Hunter– electric guitar
  • Dick Wagner– electric guitar, background vocals
  • Jack Bruce– bass
  • Aynsley Dunbar– drums
  • Steve Winwood– organ, harmonium
  • Michael Brecker– tenor saxophone
  • Randy Brecker– trumpet
  • Tony Levin– bass
  • J. Wilson– drums
  • Allan Macmillan – piano
  • Gene Martynec– acoustic guitar, synthesizer, vocal arrangement, bass
  • Jon Pierson – bass trombone
  • Blue Weaver– piano
  • Steve Hyden, Elizabeth March, Lou Reed, Dick Wagner – choir
  • Jim Reeves – engineer
  • Allan Macmillan – arrangement

Track listing:

All tracks by Lou Reed.

  1. Berlin
  2. Lady Day
  3. Men of Good Fortune
  4. Caroline Says I
  5. How Do You Think It Feels
  6. Oh, Jim
  7. Caroline Says II
  8. The Kids
  9. The Bed
  10. Sad Song

On June 19, 2001.

On June 19, 2001, “Omnibus Records” label released “Oh, Inverted World”, the debut Shins studio album. It was recorded 2000 – 2001, and was produced by James Mercer, Marty Crandall, Neil Langford and Jesse Sandoval


  • James Mercer – vocals, guitars, keyboards, xylophone, autoharp, programming, harmonium, percussion, harmonica
  • Marty Crandall – keyboards
  • Neil Langford – bass
  • Jesse Sandoval – drums, percussion
  • Dave Hernandez – bass
  • Melanie Crandall – cello
  • Neils Galloway – French horn

Track listing:

All tracks by James Mercer.

  1. Caring Is Creepy
  2. One by One All Day
  3. Weird Divide
  4. Know Your Onion
  5. Girl Inform Me
  6. New Slang
  7. The Celibate Life
  8. Girl on the Wing
  9. Your Algebra
  10. Pressed in a Book
  11. The Past and Pending


In June 1968.

In June 1968, “Vanguard” label released “Baptism: A Journey Through Our Time”, the ninth Joan Baez album. It was recorded in 1968, at “Vanguard Studios” in New York, and was produced by Maynard Solomon. The album featured poetry spoken and sung by Joan Baez.


  • Joan Baez – vocals, guitar

Track listing:

  1. Old Welsh Song – Henry Treece
  2. I Saw the Vision of Armies – Walt Whitman
  3. Minister of War – Arthur Waley
  4. Song In the Blood – Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Jacques Prévert
  5. Casida of the Lament – L. Gili, Federico García Lorca
  6. Of the Dark Past – James Joyce
  7. London – William Blake
  8. In Guernica – Norman Rosten
  9. Who Murdered the Minutes – Henry Treece
  10. Oh, Little Child – Henry Treece
  11. No Man Is an Island – John Donne
  12. Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man – James Joyce
  13. All the Pretty Little Horses – traditional
  14. Childhood III – Arthur Rimbaud, Louis Varese
  15. The Magic Wood – Henry Treece
  16. Poems from the Japanese – Kenneth Rexroth
  17. Colours – Peter Levi, Robin Milner-Gulland, Yevgeny Yevtushenko
  18. All in Green Went My Love Riding – E. Cummings
  19. Gacela of the Dark Deat – Federico García Lorca, Stephen Spender
  20. The Parable of the Old Man and the Young – Wilfred Owen
  21. Evil – Cameron, Arthur Rimbaud
  22. Epitaph for a Poet – Countee Cullen
  23. Mystic Numbers- 36
  24. When The Shy Star Goes Forth In Heaven – James Joyce
  25. The Angel – William Blake
  26. Old Welsh Song – Henry Treece