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On APRIL 6, 2004.

On April 6, 2004, “Elektra” label released “Seis De Mayo” the third Trey Anastasio studio album. It was recorded 2000 – 2003, and was produced by Trey Anastasio.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio – acoustic guitar, orchestration, arranger, conductor
  • Abou Sylla – balafon
  • Mike Gordon – bass
  • Mike Hopkins – double bass
  • John Fishman – drums
  • Tom Toner – marimba
  • Fode Bangoura – djembe
  • Troy Peters – conductor, string arrangements, orchestration
  • Karen Kevra – flute
  • Stacy Brubaker – flute
  • Steve Klimowski – clarinet
  • Craig Olzenak – bass clarinet
  • Peter Apfelbaum – soprano saxophone
  • Dave Grippo – baritone saxophone
  • Russell Remington – tenor saxophone
  • Andy Moroz – trombone
  • Jennifer Hartswick – trumpet
  • Margaret Phillips – bassoon
  • Jocelyn Crawford – French horn 
  • Shelagh Abate – French horn
  • Ann Greenawalt – oboe
  • David Gusakov – violin
  • Laura Markowitz – violin
  • Ana Ruesink – viola
  • John Dunlop – cello
  • Peter Wilson – timpani
  • Peter J. Carini – recording engineer
  • Bryce Goggin – recording engineer
  • Brian Valentino – recording engineer
  • Brian Montgomery, Danny Kadar – engineer assistant
  • Chris Shaw – additional recording, mixing
  • Fred Kevorkian – mastering
  • Scott Lenhardt – cover art
  • Susan Barber – design
  • Tim Barber – photography

Track listing:

  1. Andre The Giant
  2. Prologue (Pebbles and Marbles)
  3. The Inlaw Josie Wales
  4. All Things Reconsidered
  5. Coming To
  6. Discern (intro)
  7. Guyute (orchestral)

On April 30, 2002.

On April 30, 2002, “Elektra” label released the self – titled, second Trey Anastasio studio album. It was recorded June – December 2001, at “The Barn” in Westford, Vermont, and was produced by Trey Anastasio and Bryce Goggin.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio – vocals, guitar
  • Tony Markellis – vocals, bass guitar
  • Russ Lawton – vocals, drums
  • Jennifer Hartswick – vocals, trumpet
  • Ray Paczkowski – keyboards
  • Russell Remmington – tenor saxophone, flute
  • Dave Grippo – alt and baritone saxophone
  • Dana Colley – saxophone
  • Rob Volo – trombone
  • Nicholas Payton – trumpet
  • Andy Moroz – trumpet
  • Stacey Brubaker – flute
  • Karen Kevra – flute
  • Ann Greenawalt – oboe, English horn
  • Steve Klimowski – clarinet, bass clarinet
  • Craig Olzenak – bass clarinet
  • Margaret Phillips – bassoon
  • Shelagh Abate – French horn
  • Jocelyn Crawford – French horn
  • Mike Hopkins – double bass
  • Cyro Baptista – percussion
  • Curtis King Jr. – vocals
  • Lisa Fisher – vocals
  • David Gusacov – violin
  • Laura Markowitz – violin
  • Ana Ruesink – viola
  • John Dunlop – cello
  • Peter Wilson – timpani
  • Tom Toner – marimba

Track listing:

  1. Alive Again
  2. Cayman Review
  3. Push On ‘Til the Day
  4. Night Speaks to a Woman
  5. Flock of Words
  6. Money, Love and Change
  7. Drifting
  8. At the Gazebo
  9. Mister Completely
  10. Ray Dawn Balloon
  11. Last Tube
  12. Ether Sunday

In May 1970.

In May 1970, “Harvest” label released the debut, self-titled Quatermass album. It was recorded in 1970, at “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by Anders Henriksson.

Personnel:

  • John Gustafson— bass, vocals
  • Peter Robinson— keyboards
  • Mick Underwood— drums, percussion
  • Violins
    • Tony Gilbert (Leader)
    • John Kirkland
    • David Katz
    • Billy Millar
    • Charlie Vorsanger
    • Les Maddox
    • Gerald Enns
    • Harold Parfitt
    • Paul Scherman
    • Homi Kanga
    • Jack Rothstein
    • Henry Datyner
    • Bill Armon
    • Michael Jones
    • Laurie Clay
    • Derek Jacobs
  • Violas
    • Steve Shingle
    • Chris Wellington
    • Henry Myerscough
    • Ian White
    • Bernard Davis
    • John Graham
  • Cellos
    • Paul Buckmaster (Leader)
    • Boris Rickelman
    • Francis Gabarr
    • Peter Wilson
    • Freddy ALexander
    • Chris Green
  • Double bass
    • Frank Clarke
    • Joe Mudele
    • Arthur Watts
  • Engineers — Jeff Jarratt, Andy Stevens.
  • Cover design, photographs –Storm Thorgerson/Hipgnosis

Track listing:

  1. Entropy – Peter Robinson
  2. Black Sheep of the Family – Steve Hammond
  3. Post War, Saturday Echo – Peter Robinson, John Gustafson, Graham Ross
  4. Good Lord Knows – John Gustafson
  5. Up on the Ground – John Gustafson
  6. Gemini – Steve Hammond
  7. Make up Your Mind – Steve Hammond
  8. Laughin Tackle – Peter Robinson
  9. Entropy (reprise) – Peter Robinson

 

On May 9, 1985.

Our-Favourite-Shop

On May 9, 1985, “Polydor” label released “Our Favourite Shop”, the second Style Council studio album. It was recorded December 1984 – March 1985, and was produced by Peter Wilson and Paul Weller. The album cover was designed by Paul Weller and Simon Halfon. The album was certified Gold in the UK by the “BPI”.

Personnel:

  • Paul Weller– vocals; guitars; bass guitar; synth
  • Mick Talbot– hammond Organ; keyboards
  • Steve White– drums; percussion
  • Dee C. Lee– vocals
  • Lenny Henry– vocals
  • Tracie Young– vocals
  • Alison Limerick– vocals
  • Camille Hinds– bass
  • Stewart Prosser – trumpet; flugelhorn
  • David DeFries– trumpet; flugelhorn
  • Mike Mower – flute; saxophone
  • Chris Lawrence – trombone
  • Clark Kent – contra bass
  • Gary Wallis– percussion
  • John Mealing– orchestration; string arrangement
  • Anne Stephenson – violin
  • Charlie Buchanan – violin
  • Jocelyn Pook– viola
  • Audrey Riley– cello
  • Peter Wilson – keyboard Sequencing
  • Patrick Grundy-White – french Horn
  • Steve Dawson – trumpet
  • Billy Chapman – saxophone
  • Kevin Miller – bass
  • Helen Turner – piano

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Weller.

  1. Homebreakers – Mick Talbot, Paul Weller
  2. All Gone Away
  3. Come to Milton Keynes
  4. Internationalists – Mick Talbot, Paul Weller
  5. A Stones Throw Away
  6. The Stand Up Comic’s InstructionsBoy Who Cried Wolf
  7. A Man of Great Promise
  8. Down in the Seine
  9. The Lodgers (or She Was Only a Shopkeeper’s Daughter) – Mick Talbot, Paul Weller
  10. Luck – Mick Talbot, Paul Weller
  11. With Everything to Lose – Steve White, Paul Weller
  12. Our Favourite Shop – Mick Talbot
  13. Walls Come Tumbling Down! – Paul Weller

On April 7, 1986.

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On April 7, 1986, “RCA / Ariola” label released “Animal Magic”, the second Blow Monkeys album. It was recorded 1985 – 1986, and was produced by Peter Wilson, Dr. Robert and Adam Moseley.

Personnel:

  • Dr Robert: words& music; vocals; electric guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Neville Henry: tenor saxophone, alto saxophone
  • Mick Anker: bass, double bass
  • Tony Kiley: drums
  • Dixie Peach, Morris Michael: background vocals
  • Sylvia Mason-James: background vocals
  • Mary Cassidy: background vocals
  • Bernita Turner: background vocals
  • Yogi: background vocals
  • Morris Michael: background vocals
  • Vicky St. James: background vocals
  • Luís Jardim: percussion
  • Peter Wilson: keyboards, honk box, brassarrangement, string machine, Hammond organ, barroom piano & background vocals
  • Eek-A-Mouse: vocals
  • Guy Barker: trumpet
  • Morris Micheals: background vocals
  • Joe Brown: slide guitar
  • The Demon Barbers: background vocals
  • Mickey Finn: bongos
  • Dick Morrissey: Soprano saxophone
  • Peter Wilson: stringarrangement
  • Michael Baker: mixing, recording
  • John Mealing: string arrangement
  • Axel Kroell: drumprogramming
  • Mainartery: art direction& design
  • Ian Thomas: photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Dr. Robert.

  1. Digging Your Scene
  2. Animal Magic
  3. Wicked Ways
  4. Sweet Murder
  5. Aeroplane City Lovesong
  6. I Nearly Died Laughing
  7. Don’t Be Scared of Me
  8. Burn the Rich
  9. I Backed a Winner (in You)
  10. Forbidden Fruit
  11. Heaven Is a Place I’m Moving To