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On April 9, 1984.

On April 9, 1984, “Harvest” and “EMI” labels released “Identity” the only Zee album. It was recorded in September 1984, at “Rectory Studios” in Therfield, Hertfordshire, UK, and was produced by Richard Wright, Dave Harris and Tim Palmer.

Personnel:

  • Richard Wright – keyboards, synthesized percussion, Fairlight, backing vocals
  • Dave “Dee” Harris – lead vocals, guitars, keyboards, percussion, Fairlight
  • Tim Palmer – engineer
  • Utopia (London) – overdubs, mixdown
  • Dave Harris – artwork
  • Paul Cox – photography

Track listing:

All by Dave Harris; all music by Richard Wright and Dave Harris.

  1. Confusion
  2. Voices
  3. Private Person
  4. Strange Rhythm
  5. Cuts Like a Diamond
  6. By Touching
  7. How Do You Do It
  8. Seems We Were Dreaming

On January 11, 1984.

On January 11, 1984, “Sire” label released “Learning to Crawl”, the third Pretenders studio album. It was recorded May 1982 – 1983, at “Air Studios” in London, and was produced by Chris Thomas. The album was certified Platinum in US by “RIAA”.

Personnel:

  • Chrissie Hynde – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica
  • Robbie McIntosh – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Malcolm Foster – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Martin Chambers – lead and backing vocals, drums, percussion
  • Billy Bremner – vocals, lead and rhythm guitar
  • Tony Butler – bass guitar
  • Andrew Bodnar – vocals, bass guitar
  • Paul Carrack – vocals, piano
  • Steve Churchyard – engineer
  • Peter Barrett – art direction
  • Paul Cox – front cover photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Chrissie Hynde, except where noted.

  1. Middle of the Road
  2. Back on the Chain Gang
  3. Time the Avenger
  4. Watching the Clothes
  5. Show Me
  6. Thumbelina
  7. My City Was Gone
  8. Thin Line Between Love and Hate – Richard Poindexter, Robert Poindexter, Jackie Members
  9. I Hurt You
  10. 2000 Miles

On June 24, 1991.

On June 24, 1991, “EMI” label released “Holidays in Eden”, the sixth Marillion studio album. It was recorded in 1991, at “Hook End Manor” in Oxfordshire, “Westside Studios” in London, and was produced by Christopher Neil.

Personnel:

  • Steve Hogarth– vocals
  • Steve Rothery– guitar
  • Mark Kelly– keyboards
  • Pete Trewavas– bass, backing vocals
  • Ian Mosley– drums, percussion
  • Christopher Neil– backing vocals
  • Rob Eaton – recording, mixing
  • Ted Jensen– mastering
  • Bill Smith Studio – design
  • Sarah Ball – illustration
  • Paul Cox – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Hogarth, Steve Rothery, Mark Kelly, Pete Trewavas, and Ian Mosley, except where noted.

  1. Splintering Heart
  2. Cover My Eyes (Pain and Heaven)
  3. The Party
  4. No One Can
  5. Holiday in Eden – Steve Hogarth, Steve Rothery, Mark Kelly, Pete Trewavas, John Helmer
  6. Dry Land – Steve Hogarth, Colin Woore
  7. Waiting to Happen
  8. This Town
  9. The Rakes Progress
  10. 100 Nights

On February 10, 1992.

On February 10, 1992, “Columbia” label released “Generation Terrorists”, the debut Manic Street Preachers album. It was recorded July – December 1991, at “Black Barn Studios” in London, and was produced by Steve Brown and The Bomb Squad.

Personnel:

  • James Dean Bradfield– lead vocals, lead, rhythm and acoustic guitars
  • Richey Edwards(credited as Richey James) – rhythm guitar
  • Sean Moore– drum programming, drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Nicky Wire– bass guitar
  • May McKenna – backing vocals
  • Jackie Challenor – backing vocals
  • Lorenza Johnson – backing vocals
  • Dave Eringa– piano, organ
  • Traci Lords– vocals
  • Spike Edney– keyboards
  • Richard Cottle – keyboards
  • Steve Brown – engineering, mixing
  • Matt Ollivier – engineering
  • Owen Davies – mixing
  • Marc Williams – mixing assistance
  • Nicholas Sansano – remixing
  • Frank Rivaleau – remixing
  • Dan Wood – remixing
  • Tom Sheehan – photography
  • Valerie Phillips– photography
  • Paul Slattery – photography
  • Steve Guillick – photography
  • Ed Sirrs – photography
  • Paul Cox – photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Richey Edwards and Nicky Wire, all music by James Dean Bradfield and Sean Moore, except where noted.

  1. Slash ‘n’ Burn
  2. Nat West–Barclays–Midlands–Lloyds
  3. Born to End
  4. Motorcycle Emptiness
  5. You Love Us
  6. Love’s Sweet Exile
  7. Little Baby Nothing
  8. Repeat (Stars and Stripes)
  9. Tennessee
  10. Another Invented Disease
  11. Stay Beautiful
  12. So Dead
  13. Repeat
  14. Spectators of Suicide
  15. Damn Dog – Jacob Brackman, Billy Mernit
  16. Crucifix Kiss
  17. Methadone Pretty
  18. Condemned to Rock ‘n’ Roll

On November 11, 2016.

On November 11, 2016, “Caroline International” label released “Acoustic”, the seventeenth Simple Minds studio album. It was recorded in 2016, at “Gorbals Studio” in Glasgow, Scotland, and was produced by Gavin Goldberg and Andy Wright. The album features  acoustic studio recordings of previously released songs.

Personnel:

  • Jim Kerr – vocals
  • Gordy Goudie – guitar, harmonica, arranger
  • Lewis Chapman – percussion, programming
  • Charlie Burchill – guitar, accordion, arranger, programming
  • Ged Grimes – bass, background vocals
  • Cherisse Osei – percussion
  • KT Tunstall – vocal
  • Sarah Brown – background vocals
  • Gavin Goldberg – programming, engineer, mixing
  • Stuart Crouch – art direction, design
  • Ruth Rowland – hand lettering
  • Paul Cox, Paul Khera, Eric Misko, Alan Wild – photography

Track listing:

  1. The American
  2. Promised You a Miracle
  3. Glittering Prize
  4. See the Lights
  5. New Gold Dream (81-82-83-84)
  6. Someone Somewhere in Summertime
  7. Waterfront
  8. Sanctify Yourself
  9. Chelsea Girl
  10. Alive and Kicking
  11. Don’t You (Forget About Me)
  12. Long Black Train

 

On June 24, 1995.

On June 24, 1995, “EMI” label released “Afraid of Sunlight”, the eighth Marillion studio album. It was recorded January – March 1995, at “The Racket Club” in Buckinghamshire, England, and was produced by Dave Meegan, Steve Hogarth, Steve Rothery, Mark Kelly, Pete Trewavas and Ian Mosley.

Personnel:

  • Steve Hogarth– vocals, additional keyboards, percussion
  • Steve Rothery– guitar
  • Mark Kelly– keyboards
  • Pete Trewavas– bass, backing vocals
  • Ian Mosley– drums, percussion
  • Barbara Lezmy, Wendy Paige, Hannah Stobart – additional backing vocals
  • Dave Meegan– engineering, mixing
  • Nick Davis, Michael Brauer– mixing
  • Bill Smith Studio – design
  • Paul Cox – front cover photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Hogarth, Steve Rothery, Mark Kelly, Pete Trewavas, Ian Mosley and John Helmer, except where noted.

  1. Gazpacho
  2. Cannibal Surf Babe
  3. Beautiful – Steve Hogarth, Steve Rothery, Mark Kelly, Pete Trewavas, Ian Mosley
  4. Afraid of Sunrise
  5. Out of This World
  6. Afraid of Sunlight
  7. Beyond You – Steve Hogarth, Steve Rothery, Mark Kelly, Pete Trewavas, Ian Mosley
  8. King

On July 9, 1983.

On July 9, 1983, “Innervision” label released “Fantastic”, the debut Wham! studio album. It was recorded 1981 – 1983, at “Maison Rouge Studios” in London, and was produced by Steve Brown, George Michael and Bob Carter. The album was certified Platinum in New Zealand by “RMNZ”, and 3 x Platinum in UK by the “BPI”.

Personnel:

  • George Michael – vocals, background vocals, keyboards
  • Robert Ahwai, Andrew Ridgeley – guitar
  • Jess Bailey, Bob Carter, Anne Dudley, Tommy Eyre – keyboards
  • Baps, Guy Barker, Raoul, Colin Graham, Chris Hunter, Roddy Lorimer, Iain MacKintosh, Ian Ritchie, Paul Cox, Geoff Daley, Martin Drover – horn
  • Graham Broad, Trevor Murrell– drums
  • Jimmy Chambers, George Chandler Linda Hayes, Shirlie Holliman, Tony Jackson, Josie James, Katie Kisson, Stevie Lang, C. Lee, Sylvia Mason – background vocals
  • Andy Duncan – drums, percussion
  • Deon Estus, Brad Lang, John McKenzie– bass
  • Luis Jardim, Tony Moroni – percussion
  • Dave Mortimer – shouts
  • Paul Ridgeley – guitar, shouts
  • Chris Craymer, Janusz Guttner – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by George Michael, except where noted.

  1. Bad Boys
  2. A Ray of Sunshine
  3. Love Machine – Pete Moore, Billy Griffin
  4. Wham Rap! (Enjoy What You Do) – Michael Andrew Ridgeley
  5. Club Tropicana – Michael Andrew Ridgeley
  6. Nothing Looks the Same in the Light
  7. Come On
  8. Young Guns (Go for It!)

On December 19, 1989.

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On December 19, 1989, “Beggars Banquet” label released “Deep”, the third Peter Murphy solo studio album. It was recorded in 1989 at “The Wool Hall” in Somerset; “Rockfield Studios” in  Monmouthshire, Wales; “Master Rock Studios” and “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by Simon Rogers.

Personnel:

  • Peter Murphy– vocals, lyrics, mixing, design
  • Terl Bryant– drums, percussion
  • Eddie Branch – bass
  • Paul Statham – guitar, keyboards
  • Peter Bonas – guitar
  • Gill Tingay – harp
  • Jim Williams – guitar
  • Simon Rogers– acoustic guitar; mixing
  • Ian Grimble – engineering
  • Steve Rooke – mastering
  • Nick Rogers – mixing
  • Paul Cox – photography
  • Alastair Johnson – recording
  • Roland Herrington – recording

Track listing:

All tracks by Peter Murphy and Paul Statham; except where noted.

  1. Deep Ocean Vast Sea
  2. Shy
  3. Crystal Wrists
  4. Marlene Dietrich’s Favourite Poem
  5. Seven Veils
  6. The Line Between the Devil’s Teeth (And That Which Cannot Be Repeat) – Peter Murphy
  7. Cuts You Up
  8. A Strange Kind of Love – Peter Murphy
  9. Roll Call
  10. Roll Call – reprise

 

On November 28, 1980.

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On November 28, 1980, “Polydor” label released “Sound Affects”, the fifth Jam studio album. It was recorded June – October 1980, and was produced by The Jam and Vic Coppersmith-Heaven. The album cover art is a pastiche of the artwork used on various Sound Effects records produced by the BBC during the 1970s. “NME” magazine ranked the album at number 487 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.

Personnel:

  • Paul Weller – vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Bruce Foxton – bass, vocals
  • Rick Buckler – drums
  • Paul Cox – photography
  • Martyn Goddard – cover art, photography
  • Bill Smith – design
  • Pennie Smith – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Weller except where noted.

  1. Pretty Green
  2. Monday
  3. But I’m Different Now
  4. Set the House Ablaze
  5. Start!
  6. That’s Entertainment
  7. Dream Time
  8. Man in the Corner Shop
  9. Music for the Last Couple – Rick Buckler, Bruce Foxton, Paul Weller
  10. Boy About Town
  11. Scrape Away

 

On March 9, 1999.

Back_on_Top

On March 9, 1999, “Point Black” label released “Back on Top”, the twenty-seventh Van Morrison studio album. It was recorded in 1998, at “Wool Hall Studios” in Beckington, and was produced by Van Morrison. The photograph of Morrison on the inside of the album cover, was originally used for the front cover of Peter Handke’s book “My Year in the No-Man’s-Bay”, first published in 1994.

Personnel:

  • Van Morrison– vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica, producer
  • Mick Green– acoustic and electric guitars
  • Pee Wee Ellis– soprano, tenor and baritone saxophones, background vocals
  • Matt Holland – trumpet
  • Geraint Watkins– piano, Hammond organ
  • Fiachra Trench– piano
  • Ian Jennings – double bass
  • Liam Bradley – drums, percussion, background vocals
  • Bobby Irwin – drums
  • Brian Kennedy– background vocals
  • Irish Film Orchestra – strings
  • Leo Green- tenor saxophone
  • Jools Holland- piano
  • Mike Sanchez- piano, guitar
  • Brad Wilson, Paul Cox, John Mintoft – photography
  • Matt Curtis – photography, art direction, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Van Morrison, except where noted.

  1. Goin’ Down Geneva
  2. Philosopher’s Stone
  3. In the Midnight
  4. Back on Top
  5. When the Leaves Come Falling Down
  6. High Summer
  7. Reminds Me of You
  8. New Biography
  9. Precious Time
  10. Golden Autumn Day