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On October 10, 2007.

On October 10, 2007, “V2” label released “Pull the Pin”, the sixth Stereophonics studio album. It was recorded December 2006 – August 2007, at “Grouse Lodge” in Ireland, “Real World Studios” and “Eden Studios” in UK, and was produced by Kelly Jones and Jim Lowe.

Personnel:

  • Kelly Jones– vocals, guitar, art direction
  • Richard Jones– bass guitar, art direction
  • Javier Weyler– drums, art direction
  • Lowe – engineer
  • Mark ‘Spike’ Stent – mixing
  • Dario Dendi, Alex Dromgoole, Marco Migliari, Rowen Rossiter – engineer assistant
  • Ted Jensen – mastering
  • Miles Aldridge – lips design
  • Graham Rounthwaite – art direction

Track listing:

All tracks are by Kelly Jones, except where noted.

  1. Soldiers Make Good Targets
  2. Pass the Buck
  3. It Means Nothing
  4. Bank Holiday Monday
  5. Daisy Lane
  6. Stone
  7. My Friends
  8. I Could Lose Ya – Richard Jones, Javier Weyler
  9. Bright Red Star
  10. Ladyluck
  11. Crush
  12. Drowning
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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.

Personnel:

  • 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 October 15, 1996.

On October 15, 1996, “Verve” label released “The Guitar Trio”, album by Al Di Meola, Paco de Lucía and John McLaughlin. It was recorded May – July 1996, at “Real World Studios” in England, and was produced by Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin and Paco de Lucía.

Personnel:

  • Al Di Meola– guitar,  percussion – plays Ovation and Hermanos Conde guitar-percution, hands, shaker
  • John McLaughlin– guitar – plays Wechter guitar and D’Addario strings
  • Paco de Lucía– guitar – plays Hermanos Conde guitar

Track listing:

  1. La Estiba – Paco de Lucía
  2. Beyond the Mirage – Al Di Meola
  3. Midsummer Night – John McLaughlin
  4. Manhã de Carnaval – Luiz Bonfá, Antônio Maria
  5. Letter from India – John McLaughlin
  6. Espiritu – Al Di Meola
  7. Le Monastère dans les Montagnes – John McLaughlin
  8. Azzura – Al Di Meola
  9. Cardeosa – Paco de Lucía

On July 30, 2001.

On July 30, 2001, “Polydor” label “Beetroot”, the fourth Cast album. It was recorded in 2001, at “Astoria Studio” and “Real World Studios”, and was produced by Tristin Norwell and John Power.

Personnel:

  • John Power– vocals, backing vocals, guitar, mixing, arrangements
  • Peter Wilkinson– bass, backing vocals
  • Liam “Skin” Tyson– guitar, backing vocals
  • Keith O’Neill– drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Lurine Cato, Michelle John, Rachel McFarlane– backing vocals
  • David Farmer, David Vines, David Williamson, James Watson, Richard Brown, Tom Edwards, Tom Watson, William Watson – brass
  • Paul Ellison – piano, flute
  • Tristin Norwell – engineer, mixing, arrangements
  • Simon B. Sheridan – engineer
  • Claire Lewis, Damon Iddins, Adrian Hall – assistant engineer
  • The Weathermen – ProTools operator
  • Lawrence Johnson – additional vocal arrangements
  • Kevin Metcalfe – mastering
  • Matthew Sankey – design
  • Barry Dawson, Martyn Goodacre, Brian Cannon– photography

Track listing:

All tracks by John Power.

  1. Desert Drought
  2. Heal Me
  3. Curtains
  4. Kingdoms and Crowns
  5. Giving It All Away
  6. Lose Myself
  7. I Never Can Say
  8. High Wire
  9. Meditations
  10. JetSteam
  11. U-Turn
  12. Universal Grinding Wheel

 

On June 5, 1989.

On June 5, 1989, “Real Word Records” label released “Babeti Soukous”, studio/live album by Tabu Ley Rochereau and the Afrisa International Orchestra. It was recorded in 1989, in one night as a live studio session at “Real World Studios”,  Wiltshire, UK,  and was produced by Tabu Ley Seigneur Rochereau.

Personnel:

  • Taba Ley Siegneur Rochereau – lead vocals, director
  • Akazol Kalula – alto saxophone
  • Shaba Kahamba Vzalu – bass
  • Longi Makesa – congas
  • Mavambu Lukombo – drums
  • Nseka Huit-Kilos – guitar solo
  • Fumunani Freddy – keyboard
  • Beyou Ciel, Monoko Dodo, Faya Tess – lead vocals
  • Lossikiya Maneno – musical assistance
  • Apewayi Matshi, Onya Amisi – performer (dancer)
  • Madoka Kaïen, Makondele Dave – rhythm guitar
  • Mekanisi Modero – tenor saxophone, announcements
  • Kabasele Kaber, Ntumba Mwamba – trumpet
  • Lukombo Djeffar, Bonane Wawali – vocals
  • Richard Chappel – engineer assistant
  • David Bottrill – engineer, mixing
  • Mouat – design
  • Rani Charrington – cover (composite)
  • Celline Bourdon, Philip Sweeney – liner notes
  • Francis Drake – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Tabu Ley Seigneur Rochereau, except where noted

  1. Presentation
  2. Kinshasa
  3. Sorozo
  4. Linga Ngai – Munoko Dodo
  5. Moto Akokufa
  6. Nairobi
  7. Seli Ja
  8. I Need You
  9. Amour Nala
  10. Tu As Dit Que
  11. Sentimenta
  12. Pitié
  13. Mosolo

On April 28, 2017.

On April 28, 2017, “English Electric” label released “Grimspound”, the tenth Big Big Train studio album. It was recorded 2016 – 2017, at “English Electric Studios”, “Aubitt Studios”, “Real World Studios”, “Sweetwater Studios” and “Ashwood Studios”, and was produced by Nick D’Virgilio, Dave Gregory, Rachel Hall, David Longdon, Danny Manners, Andy Poole, Rikard Sjöblom and Greg Spawton.

Personnel:

  • Nick D’Virgilio– backing and co-lead vocals, drums, percussion
  • Dave Gregory– electric guitars
  • Rachel Hall – backing and co-lead vocals, violin, viola, cello
  • David Longdon– lead and backing vocals, flute, piano, electric guitars, mandolin, banjo, lute, celesta, synthesisers, percussion
  • Danny Manners – keyboards, double bass
  • Andy Poole – backing vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboards
  • Rikard Sjöblom – backing vocals, keyboards, electric guitar
  • Greg Spawton – bass guitar, bass pedals
  • Judy Dyble– vocals
  • Philip Trzebiatowski – cello
  • Rachel Hall – string arrangements
  • Rob Aubrey – mixing, mastering

Track listing:

  1. Brave Captain – David Longdon
  2. On the racing Line – Danny Manners, Greg Spawton
  3. Experimental Gentlemen – Greg Spawton
  4. Meadowland – Greg Spawton, Rikard Sjöblom, David Longdon
  5. Grimspound – David Longdon, Greg Spawton
  6. The Ivy Gate – David Longdon
  7. A Mead Hall in Winter – Greg Spawton, Rikard Sjöblom, David Longdon
  8. As the Crow Flies – Greg Spawton

On June 14, 1999.

On June 14, 1999, “Creation” label released “Guerrilla”, the third Super Furry Animals studio album. It was recorded in 1998, at “Real World Studios” in Withsire, UK, and was produced by Gruff Rhys, Huw Bunford, Guto Pryce, Clan Claran and Dafydd Leuan.

Personnel:

  • Gruff Rhys– lead vocals, rhythm guitar, mixing
  • Huw Bunford– lead guitar, backing vocals, samplers, mixing
  • Guto Pryce– bass guitar, mixing
  • Cian Ciaran– keyboards, electronics, steel drums, drums, guitar, backing vocals, mixing
  • Dafydd Leuan– drums, percussion, backing vocals, mixing
  • Marcus Holdaway –cello
  • Katie Wilkinson –viola
  • Jaqueline Norrie –violin
  • Julia Singleton – violin
  • Steve Waterman –trumpet
  • A D Gibson – trumpet
  • Andrew Robinson –trombone
  • Euros Wyn –flute
  • Kris Jenkins – percussion
  • Michael Brennan Jnr. – engineering, mixing
  • Nick Addison – engineering
  • Claire Lewis – assistant engineering
  • Chris Shaw – mixing
  • Patrick McGovern – assistant mixing
  • Jon Collyer – assistant mixing
  • Ray Mascarenes – assistant mixing
  • Paul Reed – assistant mixing
  • Ceri Collier – technical help
  • Howie Weinberg –mastering
  • Pete Fowler– sleeve models and paintings
  • Artificial Environments – other imagery and graphics
  • Simon Corkin – design
  • Matthew Donaldson – model photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Gruff Rhys, Huw Bunford, Guto Pryce, Clan Claran and Dafydd Leuan.

  1. The Citizen’s Band (Pregap hidden track)
  2. Check It Out
  3. Do or Die
  4. The Turning Tide
  5. Northern Lights
  6. Night Vision
  7. Wherever I Lay My Phone (That’s My Home)
  8. A Specific Ocean
  9. Some Things Come from Nothing
  10. The Door To This House Remains Open
  11. The Teacher
  12. Fire in My Heart
  13. The Sound of Life Today
  14. Chewing Chewing Gum
  15. Keep the Cosmic Trigger Happy” (includes hidden track “Chewing Chewing Gum – reprise)