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In October 1970.

In October 1970, “Reprise” label released “Washington County”, the third Arlo Guthrie studio album. It was recorded in August 1970, and was produced by Lenny Waronker and John Pilla.

Personnel:

  • Arlo Guthrie – vocals, banjo, guitar, piano, autoharp, harp
  • Ry Cooder – bottleneck guitar
  • John Pilla – guitar, autoharp, harmony vocals
  • Clarence White – electric guitar
  • Doug Dillard – banjo
  • Hoyt Axton – vocals, bass
  • Chris Ethridge – bass guitar
  • Gary Walters – bass guitar
  • Richie Hayward – drums
  • Barry Feldman – executive producer
  • Van Dyke Parks – co-producer

Track listing:

All tracks by Arlo Guthrie, except where noted.

  1. Introduction
  2. Fencepost Blues
  3. Gabriel’s Mother’s Hiway Ballad #16 Blues
  4. Washington County
  5. Valley to Pray – Doc Coutson, John Pilla, Arlo Guthrie
  6. Lay Down Little Doggies – Woody Guthrie
  7. I Could Be Singing
  8. If You Would Just Drop By
  9. Percy’s Song – Bob Dylan
  10. I Want to Be Around

On August 28, 2001.

On August 28, 2001, “Surfdog Records” and “Hollywood Records” label released “Weird Revolution”, the eighth Butthole Surfers studio album. It was recorded in 2001, and was produced by Paul Leary and Rob Cavallo.

Personnel:

  • Gibby Haynes – vocals
  • Paul Leary – guitar, mixing
  • King Coffey – drums
  • Nathan Calhoun – bass
  • Chris Vrenna – additional drum programming
  • Michael Bradford – engineer, additional production
  • Stuart Sullivan – engineer, mixing
  • Allen Sides – engineer
  • Chris Lord-Alge – mixing
  • Brian Gardner – mastering
  • Actionfigure – art direction, design

Track listing:

  1. Weird Revolution
  2. The Shame of Life
  3. Dracula from Houston
  4. Venus
  5. Shit Like This
  6. Mexico
  7. Intelligent Guy
  8. Get Down
  9. Jet Fighter
  10. The Last Astronaut
  11. Yentel
  12. They Came In (“They Came In” ends at minute 4:02. After 17 minutes and 50 seconds of silence, at minute 21:52 begins a hidden track: it’s a reprise of the song “The Last Astronaut”

In August 1974.

In August 1974, “Reprise” label released “Tarzana Kid”, the sixth John Sebastian album. It was recorded in 1974, and was produced by Erik Jacobsen and John Sebastian.

Personnel:

  1. John Sebastian – vocals, acoustic, electric and rhythm guitar, banjo, marimba, harmonica, autoharp, dulcimer, arranger
  2. Ry Cooder – mandolin, slide guitar
  3. Lowell George – vocal, harmony vocals, guitar
  4. Amos Garrett – guitar
  5. Russell Dushiell – guitar
  6. Jerry McKuen – guitar
  7. Ron Koss – guitar
  8. Buddy Emmons – steel guitar
  9. David Grisman – mandolin
  10. Kenny Altman – bass
  11. Milt Holland – drums
  12. Jim Gordon – drums
  13. Kelly Shanahan – drums
  14. Bobbye Hall – congas
  15. David Lindley – fiddle
  16. Richie Olson – clarinet
  17. Pinter Sisters – vocals
  18. Emmylou Harris – vocal
  19. Phil Everly – backing vocals
  20. Donn Landee, John Boyd, Peter Granet, Steve Jarvis – engineer
  21. Basin St. Graphics – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by John Sebastian, except where noted.

  1. Sitting In Limbo – Guilly Bright, Jimmy Cliff
  2. Friends Again
  3. Dixie Chicken – Fred Martin, Lowell George
  4. Stories We Could Tell
  5. Face Of Appalachia – John Sebastian, Lowell George
  6. Wild Wood Flowers – traditional
  7. Wild About My Lovin’ – traditional
  8. Singing The Blues – Melvin Endsley
  9. Sportin’ Life – Joe Butler, Steve Boone, Zal Yanovsky
  10. Harpoon – E. Jacobsen, K. Shanahan, K. Altman, Neopolitan, R. Koss

On July 25, 2000.

On July 25, 2000, “Columbia” label released “Outbound”, the eighth Béla Fleck and the Flecktones studio album. It was recorded in 2000, and was produced by Bella Fleck, Jeff Coffin, Future Man and Victor Wooten. At the 43rd annual “Grammy Awards”, “Outbound” won “Best Contemporary Jazz Album”.

Personnel:

  • Béla Fleck – Gibson-style 75 banjo, Gibson-style 18 acoustic banjo, gut string banjo, Deering Crossfire electric banjo, electric sitar banjo, synth, National steel guitar, Paradis stereo guitar with VG8
  • Jeff Coffin – Tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, alto flute, clarinet
  • Victor Wooten – vocals, Fodera 4 string bass, Fodera tenor bass, stereo effect, Compito 5 string fretless bass
  • Future Man – vocals, Synth-Axe Drumitar, acoustic percussion, X-Drum acoustic kick drum, Zendrum, Pear tall cajons, Roland S-760 samplers
  • Jon Anderson – vocals
  • Shawn Colvin – vocals
  • Rita Sahai – vocals
  • David Angell – violin
  • David Davidson – violin
  • Mark Feldman – violin
  • Kristin Wilkinson – viola
  • John Catchings – cello
  • Adrian Belew – electric guitar
  • Sandip Burman – tabla
  • Paul Hanson – bassoon, harmonizer, synth, tenor saxophone
  • Paul McCandless – Soprano saxophone, pennywhistle, oboe, English horn
  • John Medeski – Hammond B-3 organ
  • Edgar Meyer – arco and pizzicato acoustic basses
  • Andy Narell – steelpans
  • Kongar-ol Ondar – Tuvan throat singing 

Track listing:

All tracks by Béla Fleck except where noted.

  1. Intro
  2. Hoedown – Aaron Copland
  3. A Moment So Close
  4. Zona Mona – Bella Fleck, Jeff Coffin
  5. Hall Of Mirrors
  6. Earth Jam – Bella Fleck, Future Man, Victor Wooten
  7. Something She Said
  8. Ovombo Summit – Future Man
  9. Aimum – Bella Fleck, The Future Man, Victor Wooten, Jeff Coffin
  10. Prelude
  11. Lover’s Leap
  12. Outbound
  13. Scratch & Sniff – Bella Fleck, Victor Wooten
  14. Shuba Yatra
  15. That Old Thing
  16. Reprise

On July 23, 1991.

On July 23, 1991, “Reprise” label released “Play”, the tenth Squeeze album. It was recorded in 1990, at “Wood Wharf Studios” in London, and was produced by Tony Berg.

Personnel:

  • Glenn Tilbrook – lead and backing vocals, guitars, keyboards
  • Chris Difford – guitar, backing vocals
  • Keith Wilkinson – bass, backing vocals
  • Gilson Lavis – drums
  • Tony Berg – keyboards, guitars
  • Bruce Hornsby – accordion
  • Matt Irving – keyboards
  • Steve Nieve – keyboards
  • Claudia Fontaine, Beverly Skeete, Laurence Johnson, Paul Lee – backing vocals
  • Betsy Petrie, Blanche Black, Christopher Guest, Gabriele Morgan, Mary Jo Braun, Michael McKean, Michael Penn, Steven Soles, Wendie Colter – choir
  • Jerry Hey, Bill Reichenbach, Dan Higgins, Gary Grant, Larry Williams – horns
  • Arme Garabedian, Berj Garabedian, Joel Derouin, John Acevedo, Larry Corbet, Bob Becker, Sid Page, Suzie Katayama – strings

Track listing:

All tracks by Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook.

  1. Satisfied
  2. Crying in My Sleep
  3. Letting Go
  4. The Day I Get Home
  5. The Truth
  6. House of Love
  7. Cupid’s Toy
  8. Gone to the Dogs
  9. Walk a Straight Line
  10. Sunday Street
  11. Wicked and Cruel
  12. There Is a Voice

In July 1971.

In July 1971, “Reprise” label released “Charity Ball”, the second Fanny album. It was recorded in 1970, and was produced by Richard Perry.

Personnel:

  • June Millington – vocals, guitar
  • Nickey Barclay – vocals, piano, organ
  • Jean Millington – vocals, bass
  • Alice de Buhr – vocals, drums, percussion
  • Matt Hyde – engineer
  • Bill Lazarus – engineer
  • Richard Moore – engineer
  • Tom Harvey – mixing
  • Dean O. Torrence – design
  • Candice Bergen – band photography
  • Kim Tucker – cover photography

Track listing:

  1. Charity Ball
  2. What Kind of Lover
  3. Cat Fever
  4. A Person Like You
  5. Special Care
  6. What’s Wrong with Me
  7. Soul Child
  8. You’re the One
  9. Thinking of You
  10. Place in the Country
  11. A Little While Latter

In July 1971.

In July 1971, “Reprise” label released “How Come the Sun”, the ninth Tom Paxton album. It was recorded January – February 1971, at “Media Sounds Inc” in New York City, “Sound Techniques” in London, and was produced by David Horowitz and Tom Paxton.

Personnel:

  • Tom Paxton – vocals, guitar
  • Marc Horowitz – acoustic and electric guitar, banjo
  • David Horowitz – piano, organ, synthesizer, melodica, backing vocals,  arranger, remix
  • Mike Morgan – twelve string guitar
  • Harry Pitch – harmonica
  • Brian Odgers – bass guitar
  • Herb Bushler – bass guitar
  • Chris Laurence – double bass
  • Dave Willis – double bass
  • Geoff Clyne – double bass
  • Mike Brittain – double bass
  • Chris Slade – drums
  • Sue Evans – drums
  • Diana Cummings – violin
  • Julian Cummings – violin
  • Luciano Iorio – viola
  • Douglas Cummings – cello
  • Fred Christie – engineer
  • Victor Gamm – engineer, remix

Track listing:

All tracks by Tom Paxton, except where noted.

  1. I Had To Shoot That Rabbit
  2. Icarus – David Horowitz
  3. Little Lost Child
  4. General Custer
  5. She’s Far Away
  6. Prayin’ for Snow
  7. Louise
  8. A Sailor’s Life – David Horowitz
  9. How Come the Sun – David Horowitz

On June 21, 2005.

On June 21, 2005, “Reprise” label released “The Future Embrace”, the debut Billy Corgan album. It was recorded October 2004 – March 2005, and was produced by Billy Corgan, Bjorn Thorsrud and Bon Harris.

Personnel:

  • Billy Corgan – vocals, guitar, drum machine, synth, programming, mixing
  • Emilie Autumn – vocals, violin
  • Robert Smith – vocals, guitar
  • Jimmy Chamberlin – drums
  • Bon Harris – programming
  • Brian Liesegang – additional programming
  • Matt Walker – additional programming
  • Bjorn Thorsrud – engineer, mixing
  • Paul PDub Walton – recording
  • Todd Brodie – engineer assistance
  • Nikola Dokic – engineer assistance
  • John Maschoff – engineer assistance
  • Dave Rieley – engineering assistance
  • Ron Lowe – mixing
  • Alan Moulder – mixing
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering
  • Roger Lian – digital editing
  • P. R. Brown – design, sleeve photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Billy Corgan, except where noted.

  1. All Things Change
  2. Mina Loy (M.O.H.)
  3. The Camera Eye
  4. To Love Somebody – Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb
  5. A100 – Billy Corgan, Bon Harris
  6. DIA
  7. Now (And Then)
  8. I’m Ready
  9. Walking Shade
  10. Sorrows (In Blue)
  11. Pretty, Pretty Star
  12. Strayz

On June 20, 1989.

On June 20, 1989, “Slash” and “Reprise” labels released “The Real Thing”, the third Faith No More studio album. It was recorded December 1988 – January 1989, at “Studio D” in Sausalito, California, and was produced by Matt Wallace, Mike Bordin, Roddy Bottum, Bill Gould, James Martin and Mike Patton.

Personnel:

  • Mike Patton – vocals
  • James Martin – guitars
  • Roddy Bottum – keyboards
  • Mike Bordin – drums
  • Bill Gould – bass
  • Matt Wallace – engineer
  • Jim “Watts” Vereecke – assistant engineer
  • Craig Doubet – assistant engineer
  • John Golden – mastering
  • Jeff Price – artwork
  • Terry Robertson – CD design
  • Lendon Flanagon – photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Mike Patton, all music by Bill Gould and Roddy Bottum, except where noted.

  1. From Out of Nowhere
  2. Epic – Bill Gould, Roddy Bottun, James Martin, Mike Bordin
  3. Falling to Pieces – Bill Gould, Roddy Bottum, James Martin
  4. Surprise! You’re Dead! – lyrics by Mike Patton, James Martin, music by James Martin
  5. Zoombie Easters – music by Mike Patton, Bill Gould, James Martin, Mike Bordin
  6. The Real Thing –  lyrics by Mike Patton, Bill Gould, music by Bill Gould, Roddy Bottum
  7. Underwater Love
  8. The Morning After – music by Bill Gould, James Martin, Roddy Bottum
  9.  Woodpecker from Mars – music by James Martin, Roddy Bordin

On June 16, 1992.

On June 16, 1992, “Reprise” label released “Out of the Cradle”, the third Lindsey Buckingham studio album. It was recorded 1988 -1992, and was produced by Lindsey Buckingham and Richard Dashut.

Personnel:

  • Lindsey Buckingham – vocals, guitars, bass guitar, keyboards, synthesizer, drums, percussion, drum and percussion programming, Polaroid art
  • Mitchell Froom – organ
  • Larry Klein – bass
  • Buell Neidlinger – bass
  • Alex Acuña – percussion
  • Richard Dashut, Greg Droman, Kevin Killen – engineer
  • Lori Fumar, Eric Rudd, Talley Sherwood – engineer assistant
  • Chris Lord-Alge – mixing
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Greg Gorman, Ron Slenzak – photography
  • Richard Dashut – Polaroid art
  • Walter Egan – woodcuts

Track listing:

All tracks by Lindsey Buckingham, except where noted.

  1. Instrumental Introduction To
  2. Don’t Look Down
  3. Wrong – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  4. Countdown
  5. All My Sorrows – The Kingston Trio
  6. Soul Drifter
  7. Instrumental Introduction To – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  8. This is the Time – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  9. You Do or You Don’t – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  10. Street of Dreams – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  11. Spoken Introduction To – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  12. Surrender the Rain – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  13. Doing What I Can
  14. Turn It On – Lindsey Buckingham, Richard Dashut
  15. This Nearly Was Mine – Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein
  16. Say We’ll Meet Again – Lindsey Buckingham, Robert Aquirre