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On September 14, 2011.

On September 14, 2011, “Roadrunner Records” label released “Heritage”, the tenth Opeth studio album. It was recorded January – February 2011, at “Atlantis Studios: in Stockholm, and was produced by Mikael Åkerfeldt.

Personnel:

  • Mikael Åkerfeldt– vocals, guitar, Mellotron, grand piano, sound effects, mixing, engineering
  • Fredrik Åkesson– guitar
  • Per Wiberg– grand piano, Mellotron, Rhodes piano, Hammond B3
  • Martín Méndez– bass guitar, upright bass
  • Martin Axenrot– drums, percussion
  • Alex Acuña– percussion
  • Björn J:son Lindh– flute
  • Joakim Svalberg– grand piano
  • Charlie Dodd – sound effects
  • Steven Wilson– mixing, effects engineering, vocal engineering
  • Peter Mew– mastering
  • Janne Hansson – engineering
  • Jasper Schuurmans – project coordinator
  • Sandra Artigas – photography
  • Travis Smith– art direction

Track listing:

All tracks by Mikael Åkerfeldt.

  1. Heritage
  2. The Devil’s Orchard
  3. I Feel the Dark
  4. Slither
  5. Nepenthe
  6. Häxprocess
  7. Famine
  8. The Lines in My Hand
  9. Folklore
  10. Marrow of the Earth
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On December 13, 1971.

On December 13, 1971, “Apple” label released “Straight Up”, the third Badfinger album. It was recorded May – October 1971, at “Abbey Road Studios”, “AIR Studios” and “Command Studios” in London, and was produced by Todd Rundgren and George Harrison.

Personnel:

  • Pete Ham– lead and backing vocals, lead and rhythm guitars, piano, organ, harmonica
  • Tom Evans– lead and backing vocals, bass guitar, twelve string guitar
  • Joey Molland– lead and backing vocals, rhythm and lead guitar
  • Mike Gibbins– drums, percussion
  • George Harrison– slide guitar, guitar
  • Leon Russell– piano, guitar
  • Bobby Diebold – bass guitar
  • Klaus Voormann– electric piano
  • Bill Collins – accordion
  • Gene Mahon – design
  • Richard DiLello– design, photography
  • Peter Mew, Mike Jarratt – engineer
  • Marcia McGovern – pre-production director
  • Roberta Ballard – production manager

Track listing:

  1. Take It All – Pete Ham
  2. Baby Blue – Pete Ham
  3. Money – Tom Evans
  4. Flying – Tom Evans, Joey Molland
  5. I’d Die Babe – Joey Molland
  6. Name of the Game – Pete Ham
  7. Suitcase – Joey Molland
  8. Sweet Tuesday Morning – Jeoy Molland
  9. Day After Day – Pete Ham
  10. Sometimes – Joey Molland
  11. Perfection – Pete Ham
  12. It’s Over – Tom Evans

In July 1969.

In July 1969, “Harvest” label released “Wasa Wasa”, the debut Edgar Broughton Band studio album. It was recorded in 1969, and was produced by Peter Jenner.

Personnel:

  • Edgar Broughton – vocals, guitar
  • Arthur Grant – bass, vocals
  • Steve Broughton – drums
  • Victor Unitt – guitar
  • Peter Bown – engineer
  • Peter Mew– engineer
  • Jim Epps – sleeve design
  • John Hopkins – liner notes
  • Dick Imrie – photography

Track listing:

  1. Death of an Electric Citizen – Arthur Grant, Robert Edgar Broughton, Steve Broughton
  2. American Boy Soldier – Arthur Grant, Robert Edgar Broughton, Steve Broughton
  3. Why Can’t Somebody Love Me? – Arthur Grant, Robert Edgar Broughton, Steve Broughton
  4. Neptune – Steve Broughton
  5. Evil – Robert Edgar.Broughton
  6. Crying – Robert Edgar Broughton
  7. Love in the Rain – Robert Edgar Broughton
  8. Dawn Crept Away – Robert Edgar Broughton, Steve Broughton

In May 1970.

In May 1970, “Harvest” label released the third, self-titled Edgar Broughton Band album. It was recorded in 1971, and was produced by Peter Jenner.

Personnel:

  • Edgar Broughton – vocals, guitar
  • Arthur Grant – bass guitar, vocals
  • Steve Broughton – drums, vocals
  • Victor Unitt – guitar, harmonica, piano, organ, vocals
  • The Ladybirds– vocals
  • Johnny van Derek – violin
  • Harold Fatt – vocals
  • Mike Oldfield– mandolin
  • David Bedford– piano
  • Peter Mew– engineer
  • David Bedford – arranger (cellos & brass)

Track listing:

  1. Evening Over Rooftops – Robert Edgar Broughton, Victor Unitt
  2. The Birth – Robert Edgar Broughton
  3. Piece of My Own – Robert Edgar Broughton
  4. Poppy – Robert Edgar Broughton
  5. Don’t Even Know Which Day It Is – Robert Edgar Broughton, Steve Broughton, Victor Unitt
  6. House of Turnabout – Robert Edgar Broughton
  7. Madhatter – Robert Edgar Broughton, Steve Broughton, Victor Unitt
  8. Getting Hard/What Is a Woman For? – Robert Edgar Broughton, Steve Broughton, Arthur Grant, Victor Unitt
  9. Thinking of You – Steve Broughton, Victor Unitt
  10. For Doctor Spock Parts 1 & 2 – Robert Edgar Broughton, Steve Broughton, Arthur Grant, Victor Unitt

On September 12, 1980.

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On September 12, 1980, “RCA” label released “Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)” the fourteenth David Bowie studio album. It was recorded February – April 1980, at “The Power Station” in London, and was produced by David Bowie and Tony Visconti. In 2000, “Q” magazine ranked “Scary Monsters” at number 30 in its list of the “100 Greatest British Albums Ever”. In 2013, “NME” magazine ranked the album at number 381 on its list of “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time”. The album was certified Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada”, and Platinum in UK by the “BPI”.

Personnel:

  • David Bowie– vocals, keyboards, backing vocals, saxophone, engineering
  • Dennis Davis– percussion
  • George Murray– bass guitar
  • Carlos Alomar– guitars
  • Chuck Hammer– guitar synthesizer
  • Robert Fripp– guitar
  • Roy Bittan– piano
  • Andy Clark– synthesizer
  • Pete Townshend– guitar
  • Tony Visconti– acoustic guitar, backing vocals, engineering
  • Lynn Maitland – backing vocals
  • Chris Porter – backing vocals
  • Michi Hirota – voice
  • Larry Alexander, Jeff Hendrickson – engineering assistance
  • Peter Mew, Nigel Reeve –mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by David Bowie, except where noted.

  1. It’s No Game (No. 1) – music and lyrics by Bowie, Japanese translation by Hisahi Miura
  2. Up the Hill Backwards
  3. Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
  4. Ashes to Ashes
  5. Fashion
  6. Teenage Wildlife
  7. Scream Like a Baby
  8. Kingdom Come – Tom Verlaine
  9. Because You’re Young
  10. It’s No Game (No. 2)