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On March 7, 1995.

On March 7, 1995, “Sony Music” label released “As the World”, the fourth Echolyn studio album.

Personnel:

  • Ray Weston- lead and backing vocals
  • Christopher Buzby – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Tom Hyatt- bass, Midi pedals
  • Brett Kull- guitars, lead and backing vocals
  • Paul Ramsey – drums, percussion
  • Orchestra arranged and conducted by Christopher Buzby
  • Connie Ellisor – violin, strings section leader
  • Ted Madson – violin
  • Catherine Ulmstead – violin
  • Pamela Sixfin – violin
  • David Davison – violin
  • Cate Meyer – violin
  • Katherine Shenk – violin
  • Carol Ellisor – violin
  • Jim Grosjean – viola
  • lan Ulmstead – viola
  • Kris Wilkinson – viola
  • Bob Mason – cello
  • Sam Levine – piccolo, flute, recorder
  • Brian Fanning– premastering
  • Frank Tozour- editing

Track listing:

  1. All Ways the Same – Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey
  2. As the World – Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey, Brett Kull, Ray Weston
  3. Uncle – Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey, Ray Weston
  4. How Long I Have Waited – Cristopher Buzby, Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey
  5. Best Regards – Cristopher Buzby, Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey, Brett Kull
  6. The Cheese Stands Alone – Cristopher Buzby, Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey, Brett Kull, Ray Weston
  7. Prose – Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey
  8. A Short Essay – Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey, Brett Kull, Ray Weston
  9. My Dear Wormwood – Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey, Ray Weston
  10. Entry 11-19-93 – Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey, Ray Weston
  11. One for the Show – Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey, Brett Kull
  12. The Wiblet – Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey
  13. Audio Verité – Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey, Ray Weston
  14. Settled Land – Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey, Brett Kull, Ray Weston
  15. A Habit Worth Forming – Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey, Ray Weston
  16. Never the Same – Ray Weston, Christopher Buzby, Tom Hyatt, Brett Kull , Paul Ramsey, Brett Kull

On January 30, 1996.

On January 30, 1996, “Merge” label released “How I Quit Smoking”, the second Lambchop studio album. It was recorded in 1995, and was produced by Your Starry Eyes.

Personnel:

  • Kurt Wagner – vocal, acoustic, classical and electric guitar
  • Paul Niehaus – guitar
  • Steve Goodhue – guitar
  • Deanna Varagona – vocal, alto and baritone saxophone
  • John Delworth – Hammond organ, Farfisa organ
  • Jonathan Marx – vocals, alto saxophone, cornet, clarinet
  • Allen Lowrey – drums
  • Pamela Sixfin – violin
  • Hank Tilbury – banjo
  • Mike Doster – string bass
  • Robb Earls – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Kurt Wagner, except where noted.

  1. For Which We Are Truly Thankful
  2. The Man Who Loved Beer – Kurt Wagner, Donald Charles Book “Unknown Egyptian, c. 1990 B.C.”
  3. The Militant
  4. We Never Argue
  5. Life’s Little Tragedy
  6. Suzieju
  7. All Smiles and Mariachi
  8. The Scary Caroler
  9. Smuckers
  10. The Militant (reprise)
  11. Garf
  12. Your Life as a Sequel
  13. Theöne – Kurt Wagner, Elton John, Bernie Taupin

On September 26, 2005.

On September 26, 2005, “Lost Highway” label released “Jacksonville City Nights”, the seventh Ryan Adams studio album. It was recorded in 2005, in Nashville, TN, and in New York City, and was produced by Tom Schick.

Personnel:

The Cardinals

  • Ryan Adams – vocals, acoustic guitar, piano
  • P. Bowersock – electric guitars
  • Catherine Popper – bass, piano, background vocals
  • Brad Pemberton – drums, percussion
  • Jon Graboff – pedal steel, background vocals

Other musicians:

  • Claudia Chopek – violin.
  • David Gold – violin, viola.
  • Bob Hoffnar – pedal steel
  • Byron Isaacs – background vocals.
  • Norah Jones – vocals, piano
  • Julia Kent – cello.
  • Joe McGinty – piano
  • Michael Panes – violin
  • Johnny T – drums
  • Glenn Patscha – piano, background vocals

The Nashville String Machine

  • Bergen White – arranger, conductor
  • Carl Gorodetsky, Pamela Sixfin, Conni Ellisor, Allan Umstead, David Angell, Cathy Umstead, Mary Kathryn Vanosdale – violin
  • Kris Wilkinson, Gary Vanosdale, Jim Grosjean – viola
  • Carole Rabinowitz, Bob Mason – cello

Track listing:

All lyrics by Ryan Adams, all music by Ryan Adams, J.P. Bowersock, Pemberton, Catherine Popper and Jon Graboff, except where noted.

  1. A Kiss Before I Go
  2. The End – Ryan Adams, Michael Panes
  3. Hard Way To Fall
  4. Dear John – Ryan Adams, Norah Jones
  5. The Hardest Part
  6. Games
  7. Silver Bullets
  8. Peaceful Valley
  9. September
  10. My Heart Is Broken – Ryan Adams, Caitlin Cary
  11. Trains – Ryan Adams, Michael Panes
  12. Pa
  13. Withering Heights
  14. Don’t Fall Me Now

On September 12, 2006.

On September 12, 2006, “Capitol” label released “Face the Promise”, the sixteenth Bob Seger studio album. It was recorded 2000 – 2008, at “Ocean Way Studios” in Nashville, and “Home Studios” in Michigan, and was produced by Bob Seger (Real Mean Bottle co-produced with Kid Rock). The album was certified Platinum in US by “RIAA”.

Personnel:

  • Bob Seger – vocals, synthesizer, percussion, electric and acoustic guitar, mixing
  • Kid Rock– guitar
  • Bernie Barlow, Bekka Bramlett, Laura Creamer, Shaun Murphy- backing vocals
  • Eddie Bayers, Steve Brewster – drums
  • David Cole – percussion
  • T. Corenflos- electric guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Eric Darken– tambourine
  • Kenny Greenberg- electric guitar
  • Aubrey Haynie– fiddle
  • Steve Herman – trumpet
  • Jim Hoke – tenor saxophoneWilliam Huber – trombone
  • John Jarvis, Gordon Mote, Steve Nathan, Bill Payne- piano
  • Randy Leago – tenor saxophone
  • Paul Leim- drums, cowbell
  • Sam Levine – baritone saxophone
  • Patty Loveless– vocals
  • Larry Paxton, Michael Rhodes, Glenn Worf- bass
  • Brent Rowan, Biff Watson, Marlin Young – electric guitar
  • David Angell, Zeneba Bowers, John Catchings, David Davidson, Conni Ellisor, Carl Gorodetzky, Jim Grosjean, Craig Nelson, Carole Rabinowitz, Pamela Sixfin, Elisabeth Small, Gary Vanosdale, Mary Kathryn Vanosdale, Matthew Walker – strings
  • David N. Cole – recording engineer, miixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Bob Seger except where noted.

  1. Wreck This Heart
  2. Wait for Me
  3. Face the Promise
  4. No Matter Who You Are
  5. Are You
  6. Simplicity
  7. No More
  8. Real Man Bottle – Vince Gill
  9. Won’t Stop
  10. Between
  11. The Answer’s in the Question

 

On March 5, 1996.

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On March 5, 1996, “E-Squared” label released “I Feel Alright”, the sixth Steve Earl studio album. It was recorded in 1995, and was produced by Ray Kennedy, Richard Bennett and Richard Dodd.

Personnel:

  • Steve Earle — guitars, harmonica, vocals
  • Richard Bennett, Ray Kennedy – guitars
  • Kelly Looney, Garry Tallent, Roy Huskey, Jr., Ric Kipp – bass
  • Custer, Greg Morrow – drums
  • Ken Moore – organ
  • Richard Bennett – harmonium
  • Custer, Richard Bennett, Greg Morrow, Dub Cornett – percussion
  • Custer & Logan, The Fairfield Four, Lucinda Williams, Ms. Williams’ stunt double Siobhan Maher – vocals
  • Strings arranged and conducted by Kris Wilkerson
  • Carl Gordetzky, Pamela Sixfin, Richard Grosjean – violins
  • Lee Larrison – viola
  • Robert Mason – cello
  • Tony Fitzpatrick – album artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Earle

  1. Feel Alright
  2. Hard-Core Troubadour
  3. More Than I Can Do
  4. Hurtin’ Me, Hurtin’ You
  5. Now She’s Gone
  6. Poor Boy
  7. Valentine’s Day
  8. The Unrepentant
  9. CCKMP
  10. Billy and Bonnie
  11. South Nashville Blues
  12. You’re Still Standin’ There