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On December 3, 2007.

On December 3, 2007, “Lime Records” label released “Chris Squire’s Swiss Choir”, the second and last Chris Squire album. It was recorded September – October 2007, and was produced by Chris Squire, Gerard Johnson and Alan White.


  • Chris Squire – vocals, bass guitar, arranger
  • Steve Hackett– guitars, acoustic guitars
  • Gerard Johnson– keyboards, arranger
  • Jeremy Stacey– drums
  • English Baroque Choir– chorus
  • Jeremy Jackman– vocals, musical direction
  • Amy George – soprano voice
  • Laura Macara – vocals
  • Alan White– drums, piano, keyboards, backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Adam Lay Ybounden – traditional
  2. I Saw Three Ships – traditional
  3. O come, O come, Emmanuel – traditional
  4. Silent Night/Night of Silence – Franz Xaver Gruber, Joseph Mohr
  5. Ding Dong Merrily on High – Thoinot Arbeau, George Ratcliffe Woodward
  6. The Three Kings – Peter Cornelius
  7. Sans Day Carol – traditional
  8. Personent hodie – traditional
  9. Sussex Carol – traditional
  10. Gaudete – traditional
  11. In the Bleak Midwinter – traditional
  12. Past Three O’Clock – traditional
  13. Run With the Fox – Chris Squire, Alan White, Peter Sinfield

On April 29, 2002.

On April 29, 2002, “Heavenly” label released “The Last Broadcast”, the second Doves studio album. It was recorded January 2001 – January 2002, at “Revolution” in Manchester, “Parr Street Studios” in Liverpool, “The Dairy” in Brixton, “2 kHz” in Shepherds Bush, “Real World Studios” in Bath, Somerset, “Lynch Mob Studio” in London, Under the M60 motorway flyover in Northenden and Jez Williams’ house, and was produced by Steve Osborne, Max Heyes, Jez Williams, Andy Williams and Jimi Goodwin.


  • Jez Williams– vocals, guitar, programming, recording
  • Andy Williams– vocals, drums, programming, recording
  • Jimi Goodwin– vocals, bass, guitar, programming, recording
  • Martin Rebelski – keyboards, glockenspiel
  • Brian Madden – megaphone
  • Jay Rofe-Turner – tambourine
  • Rosie Lowdell – violin
  • Paulette Bailey, Celia Goodwin – violin
  • Jackie Norrie, Sally Herbert – violin
  • Brian Wright – violin, viola
  • Rob Shepley – viola
  • Ian Bracken – cello
  • Marcus Holdaway – cello
  • Sean O’Hagan, Marcus Holdaway – string arrangements
  • Marc Starr, Chris Davies, Billy Booth, Richard Sliwa – percussion
  • Andy Robinson, Marc Bassey – trombon
  • Steve Waterman – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Colin Crawley – tenor sax, flute
  • Duncan Ashby – clarinet
  • Sean O’Hagan, Andy Robinson – brass arrangements
  • Barrington Stewart, Fyza, Lisa Saddoo, Joanne Watson – backing vocals
  • Max Heyes – programming, recording, mixing
  • Adrian Bushby, Danton Supple – engineer
  • Andrea Wright, Darren Nash, Marco Migliari, Paul Grady – assistant engineer
  • Miles Showell – mastering
  • Rick Myers – art direction, design
  • Rich Mulhearn – photography
  • Kevin Westenberg – band photography
  • Julia Baker – artwork features.

Track listing:

All tracks by Jez Williams, Jimi Goodwin, and Andy Williams, except where noted.

  1. Intro
  2. Words
  3. There Goes the Fear
  4. M62 Song – Jez Williams, Jimi Goodwin, Andy Williams, Robert Fripp, Greg Lake, Ian McDonald, Peter Sinfield
  5. Where We’re Calling From
  6. Y.
  7. Satellites
  8. Friday’s Dust
  9. Pounding
  10. Last Broadcast
  11. The Sulphur Man
  12. Caught by the River

On June 26, 1989.

On June 26, 1989, “Epic” label released the debut, self-titled Bad English album. It was recorded 1988 – 1989, at “One on One Recording Studios”, “A&M Studios”, “Conway Studios”, “Secret Sound L.A”. and “Pacific Sound”, and was produced by Richie Zito. The album was certified Platinum ion US by “RIAA”.


  • John Waite- lead vocals
  • Neal Schon- lead and acoustic guitars, backing vocals
  • Jonathan Cain- keyboards, rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Ricky Phillips- bass, backing vocals
  • Deen Castronovo- drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Phil Kaffel – engineer, mixing
  • Mike Fraser– mixing
  • George Marino- mastering

Track listing:

  1. Best of What I Go – John Waite, Jonathan Cain, Neal Schon
  2. Heaven Is a 4 Letter Word – Neal Schon, Jonathan Cain, John Waite, Mark Spiro
  3. Possession – John Waite, Jonathan Cain, Ricky Phillips
  4. Forget Me Not – John Waite, Jonathan Cain, Mark Spiro
  5. When I See You Smile – Diane Warren
  6. Tough Times Don’t Last – Jonathan Cain, David Roberts, John Waite
  7. Ghost in Your Heart – John Waite, Martin Page, Jonathan Cain
  8. Price of Love – John Waite, Jonathan Cain
  9. Ready When You Are – Jonathan Cain, John Waite, Neal Schon, Todd Cerney
  10. Lay Down – John Waite, Neal Schon, Jonathan Cain
  11. The Restless Ones – John Waite, Jonathan Cain, Ricky Phillips
  12. Rockin; Horse – Neal Schon, John Waite, Jonathan Cain
  13. Don’t Walk Away – Andy Hill, Peter Sinfield

On June 16, 1972.


On June 16, 1972, “Island” label released the debut, self-titled Roxy Music album. It was recorded in March 1972, at “Command Studios” in London, and was produced by Peter Sinfield. In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 62 in its list of the “Best Debut Albums of All Time”. In its special edition issue “Pink Floyd & The Story of Prog Rock”, “Q” magazine ranked the album at number 31 on the list of “40 Cosmic Rock Albums”.


  • Bryan Ferry– vocals, piano, Hohner Pianet, Mellotron
  • Brian Eno– VCS3 synthesizer, tape effects, backing vocals
  • Andy Mackay– oboe, saxophone, backing vocals
  • Phil Manzanera– electric guitar
  • Paul Thompson– drums
  • Graham Simpson– bass guitar
  • Rik Kenton – bass guitar
  • Andy Hendriksen – engineering, mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Bryan ferry.

  1. Re-Make / Re-Model
  2. Ladytron
  3. If There Is Something
  4. 2 H.B.
  5. The Bob (Medley)
  6. Chance Meeting
  7. Would You Believe
  8. Sea Breezes
  9. Bitters End


On May 15, 1970.


On May 15, 1970, “Island” label released “In the Wake of Poseidon”, the second King Crimson studio album. It was recorded January – April 1970, at “Wessex Sound Studios” in London, and was produced by Robert Fripp and Peter Sinfield.


  • Robert Fripp – guitars, mellotron, celesta, electric piano, devices
  • Greg Lake – vocals
  • Mel Collins – saxophones, flute
  • Michael Giles – drums
  • Peter Giles – bass guitar
  • Gordon Haskell – vocals
  • Keith Tippett – piano

Track listing

All tracks by Robert Fripp and Peter Sinfield, except where noted.

  1. Peace – A Beginning
  2. Pictures of a City (including 42nd at Treadmill)
  3. Cadence and Cascade
  4. In the Wake of Poseidon (including Libra’s Theme)
  5. Peace – A Theme
  6. Cat food – Robert Fripp, Peter Sinfield, Ian McDonald
  7. The Devil’s Triangle (instrumental)  – Robert Fripp, Ian McDonald a. Merday Morn                                                                                                             b. Hand of Sceiron                                                                                             c. Garden of Worm
  8. Peace – An End


On March 17, 1977.


On March 17, 1977, “Atlantic” label released “Works Volume 1”, the fifth Emerson, Lake & Palmer studio album. It was recorded in 1976, at “Mountain Recording Studios” in Montreux, and “EMI Studios” in Paris, and was produced by Keith Emerson, Greg Lake, Carl Palmer and Peter Sinfield. “Works Volume 1” is a double album divided into four sections, three highlighting each band member and one for mutual works.

Track listing:

Side one: Keith Emerson

Piano Concerto No. 1 – Keith Emerson

  • First Movement: Allegro giojoso
  • Second Movement: Andante molto cantabile
  • Third Movement: Toccata con fuoco

Side Two: Greg Lake

  1. Lend Your Love to Me Tonight – Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield
  2. C’est la Vie – Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield
  3. Hallowed Be Thy Name – Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield
  4. Nobody Loves You Like I Do – Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield
  5. Closer to Believing – Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield

Side Three: Carl Palmer

  1. The Enemy God Dances with the Black Spirits – Sergei Prokofiev, Keith Emerson, Greg Lake, Carl Palmer
  2. A Nights – Carl Palmer
  3. New Orleans – Carl Palmer
  4. Two Part Invention in D Minor – S. Bach, arr. Carl Palmer
  5. Food for Your Soul – Carl Palmer
  6. Tank – Keith Emerson, Carl Palmer

Side Four: Emerson, Lake and Palmer

  1. Fanfare for the Common Man – Aaron Copland, arr.Keith Emerson, Greg Lake, Carl  Palmer
  2. Pirates – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield


On January 3, 1971.


On January 3, 1971, “Island” label released “McDonald and Giles”, album by Ian McDonald and Michael Giles. It was recorded May – July, 1970, at the  “Island Studios”, and was produced by Ian McDonald and Michael Giles.


  • Ian McDonald – guitar, piano, organ, saxes, flute, clarinet, zither, vocals, sundries
  • Michael Giles – drums, percussion, vocals
  • Peter Giles– bass guitar
  • Steve Winwood– organ, piano
  • Michael Blakesley – trombone
  • Mike Gray – strings and brass arrangements

Track listing:

  1. Suite in C- Ian McDonald
  • Turnham Green
  • Here I Am
  • And many more
  1. Flight of the Ibis – music by Ian McDonald, lyrics by BP Fallon
  2. Is She Waiting? – Ian McDonald
  3. Tomorrow’s People – The Children of Today – Michael Giles
  4. Birdman – music by Ian McDonald, lyrics by Peter Sinfield
  • The Inventor’s Dream (O.U.A.T.)
  • The Workshop
  • Wishbone Ascension
  • Birdman Flies!
  • Wings in the Sunset
  • Birdman – The Reflection



On December 11, 1970.


On December 10, 1970, “Island” label released “Lizard”, the third King Crimson studio album.  It was recorded August – September 1970, at the “Wessex Sound Studios” in London, and was produced by Robert Fripp and Peter Sinfield.


  • Robert Fripp– guitar, Mellotron, synthesizer, organ, devices
  • Peter Sinfield– lyrics, pictures, sleeve conception
  • Mel Collins– saxophone, flute
  • Gordon Haskell– bass guitar, vocals
  • Andy McCulloch– drums
  • Keith Tippett– acoustic and electric pianos
  • Robin Miller – oboe, cor anglais
  • Mark Charig– cornet
  • Nick Evans– trombone
  • Jon Anderson– vocals
  • Tony Levin- bass guitar
  • Gini Barris – outside painting
  • Koraz Wallpapers – inside marbling
  • C.S. – typography

Track listing:

All tracks by Robert Fripp and Peter Sinfield

  1. Cirkus (including Entry of the Chameleons)
  2. Indoor Games
  3. Happy Family
  4. Lady of the Dancing Water
  5. Lizard
  • (a) “Prince Rupert Awakes”
  • (b) “Bolero – The Peacock’s Tale”
  • (c) “The Battle of Glass Tears”
  • (i) “Dawn Song”
  • (ii) “Last Skirmish”
  • (iii) “Prince Rupert’s Lament”
  • (d) “Big Top”

On December 3, 1971.


On December 3, 1971, “Island” label released “Islands”, the fourth King Crimson studio album. It  was recorded in October 1971, at the “Command Studios” in London, and was produced by Robert Fripp, Mel Collins, Ian Wallace and Boz Burrell.


  • Robert Fripp– guitar, mellotron, harmonium, sundry implements
  • Peter Sinfield– words, sounds and visions, cover design, painting
  • Mel Collins– saxophones, flute, bass flute, backing vocals
  • Ian Wallace– drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Boz Burrell– bass, lead vocals, choreography
  • Paulina Lucas – soprano vocals
  • Keith Tippett– piano
  • Robin Miller – oboe
  • Mark Charig– cornet
  • Harry Miller– double bass
  • Uncredited musicians – strings
  • Robert Ellis – photography

Track listing:

Music by Robert Fripp, lyrics by Peter Sinfield.

  1. Formentera Lady
  2. Sailor’s Tale
  3. The Letters
  4. Ladies of the Road
  5. Prelude: Song of the Gulls
  6. Islands
  7. Untitled

On November 19, 1973.


On November 19, 1973, “Manticore” labele released “Brain Salad Surgery”,  the fourth Emerson Lake & Palmer studio album. It was recorded June – September 1973, at the “Advison Studios” and “Olympic Studios” in London, and was produced by Greg Lake. The cover art is by H. R. Giger.


  • Keith Emerson– Hammond organs, piano,  harpsichord,  accordion, Moog Modular IIIc synthesizer, Moog Minimoog synthesizer, Moog Constellation polyphonic ensemble (consisting of Moog Lyra solo synthesiser, Moog Apollo polyphonic synthesiser (Polymoog prototype), and prototype Moog Taurus bass pedal synthesizer), ring-modulated “computer” voice
  • Greg Lake– vocals, acoustic, electric, and twelve-string guitars, bass guitar, production
  • Carl Palmer– drums, percussion, gongs, timpani, tubular bells, percussion synthesizers

Track listing:

  1. Jerusalem – William Blake and Hubert Parry, adapted by Keith Emerson, Greg Lake, Carl Palmer
  2. Toccata – Alberto Ginastera, arr. By Keith Emerson
  3. Still…You Turn Me On – Greg Lake
  4. Benny the Bouncer – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield
  5. Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression, Pt. 1 – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
  6. Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression, Pt. 2 – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
  7. Karn Evil 9: 2nd Impression – Keith Emerson
  8. Karn Evil 9: 3rd Impression – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield