On September 10, 2021, “Coursegood” label released “Dark Matters”, the eighteenth Stranglers (The) album. It was recorded 2019 – 2021, at “Charlton Farm Studios” in Bath, “OX4 Sound Studios” in Oxford, and Bez Warne home studio, and was produced by Louie Nicastro.
Jean-Jacques Burnel – lead and backing vocals, bass, acoustic guitar
Dave Greenfield – keyboards, backing vocals
Baz Warne – lead and backing vocals, guitar
Jim Macaulay – drums, percussion, backing vocals
Louie Nicastro – additional keyboards, engineer
Matthew Bourne-Jones – trumpet
Phil Johnson – art direction, design
All tracks by Jean-Jacques Burnel, Dave Greenfield, Baz Warne and Jim Macaulay, except where noted.
This Song – Mathew Seamarks, Jean-Jacques Burnel, Dave Greenfield, Baz Warne, Jim Macaulay
On May 4, 2018, “Hot Fruit” label released “World’s Strongest Man”, the third Gaz Coombes studio album. It was recorded in 2017, at “Courtyard Studios” in Oxford, UK, and was produced by Ian Devenport.
On March 9, 2018, “PIAS Recordings” label released “Violence”, the sixth Editors studio album. It was recorded 2016 – 2017, at “Glasshouse” in Oxford, “Livingston Studios” and “Lynchmob Studios” in London, “Monnow Valley Studios” in Rockfield, Monmouthshire, and was produced by Leo Abrahams, Benjamin John Power,
Tom Smith – vocals, keyboards, rhythm guitar
Justin Lockey – guitar, engineer
Elliot Williams – guitar, keyboards
Russell Leetch – bass guitar
Ed Lay – drums
Emma Smith – violin
Rahi Rezvani – artwork, design, photography
Leo Abrahams – synthesizers, programming
Edith Philips – keyboards, assistant engineer
Max Heyes – engineer
Billy Halliday – assistant engineer
Tom Archer – assistant engineer
Ewan Vickery – assistant engineer
Matt Glasbey – assistant engineer
Cenzo Townshend – mixing
Alan Moulder – mixing
Caesar Edmunds – mixing assistant
Matt Colton – mastering
All tracks by Ed Lay, Elliott Williams, Justin Lockey, Russell Leetch and Tom Smith.
On June 13, 2014, “ECM” label released “Last Dance”, an album by Keith Jarrett and Charlie Haden. It was recorded in March 2007, at “Cavelight Studio” in Oxford, New Jersey, and was produced by Keith Jarrett.
Keith Jarrett – piano
Charlie Haden – double bass
My Old Flame – Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston
My Ship – Ira Gershwin, Kurt Weill
Round Midnight – Thelonious Monk, Cootie Williams
Dance of the Infidels – Bud Powell
It Might As Well Be Spring – Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
Everything Happens to Me – Thomas Adair, Matt Dennis
Where Can I Go Without You, Peggy Lee, Victor Young
On March 20, 2007, “Epic” label released “We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank”, the fifth Modest Mouse studio album. It was recorded 2005 – 2006, at “Sweet Tea Studio” in Oxford, MS, “Audible Alchemy” in Portland, OR, and was produced by Dennis Herring.
Isaac Brock – lead vocals, guitar, art direction
Jeremiah Green – drums, percussion
Eric Judy – bass
Johnny Marr – guitar
Tom Peloso – vocals, bass, piano, trumpet, tuba, fiddle, synthesizer
On March 2, 2010, “Brushfire” label released “Permalight”, the fourth Rogue Wave album. It was recorded April – September 2009, in Oxford, Mississippi, and was produced by Dennis Herring and Paul Thomas.
On January 6, 2009, “Domino” label released “Merriweather Post Pavilion”, the eighth Animal Collective studio album. It was recorded February 2008, at “Sweet Tea Recording Studios” in Oxford, Mississippi, and was produced by Ben H. Allen, Avey Tare, Panda Bear and Geologist.
On October 29, 1984, “ZTT / Island” labels released “Welcome to the Pleasuredome”, the debut Frankie Goes to Hollywood album. It was recorded July 1983-1984, at “Manor Studios” in Oxford; “Sarm Studios” in London, and was produced by Trevor Horn.
Holly Johnson – lead vocals
Trevor Rabin – guitar, keyboards
Stephen Lipson – guitar
Steve Howe – acoustic guitar
Brian Nash – guitar
J. Jeczalik – keyboards, programming, software
Andrew Richards – keyboards
Anne Dudley – keyboards, string arrangement
Trevor Horn – bass, backing vocals
Mark O’Toole – bass
Peter Gill – drums
Luís Jardim – percussion
Paul Rutherford – backing vocals
Stuart Bruce, Steve Lipson – engineer
Ian Cooper – mastering
All tracks by Peter Gill, Holly Johnson, Brian Nash and Mark O’Toole except where noted.
The World Is My Oyster – Peter Gill, Holly Johnson, Brian Nashand Mark O’Toole, Andy Richards
Snatch of Fury (Stay) – Gerry Marsden
Welcome to the Pleasuredome
Relax (Come Fighting)
War (…and Hide) – Barrett Strong, Norman Whitfield
On October 24, 2000, “Park Records” label released “Bedlam Born”, the sixteen Steeleye Span studio album. It was recorded in 2000, at “Warehouse Studios” in Oxford, and was produced by Gay Woods, Bob Kohnson, Peter Knight, Tim Harries and Dave Mattacks.
Gay Woods- vocals, bodhrán
Bob Johnson- vocals, acoustic and electric guitar
Peter Knight- vocals, keyboards, violin
Tim Harries- vocals, bass guitar, electric guitar, keyboards
Dave Mattacks- drums, percussion
Well Done Liar! – traditional arr. Bob Johnson
Who Told the Butcher? – Peter Knight
John of Ditchford – Tim Harries
I See his Blood Upon the Rose – Joseph Plunkett, Gay Woods, Tim Harries
Black Swan – Tim Harries
The Beggar – traditional arr. Bob Johnson
Poor old Soldier – Peter Knight
Arbour – Tim Harries, Gay Woods
There was a Wealthy Merchant – traditional arr. Tim Harries
Beyond the Dreaming Place – Peter Knight, Gay Woods
We Poor Labouring Men – traditional arr. Gay Woods, Bob Kohnson, Peter Knight, Tim Harries and Dave Mattacks
The Connemara Cradle Song – traditional, Delia Murphy
Stephen – Tim Harries
The White Cliffs of Dover – Walter Kent, Nat Burton, arr. Gay Woods