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On July 10, 2020.

On July 20, 2020, “BMG” label released “Unfollow the Rules”, the tenth Rufus Wainwright album. It was recorded 2018 – 2019, and was produced by Mitchell Froom.

Personnel:

  • Rufus Wainwright – lead and backing vocals
  • Randy Kerber – piano
  • Blake Mills – guitar
  • Adam Levy – guitar
  • George Deoring – guitar
  • Greg Leisz – pedal steel guitar
  • George Deoring – mandoline
  • Mitchell Froom – keyboards, arranger
  • David Plitch – bass
  • Davey Faragher – bass
  • Matt Chamberlain – drums
  • Jim Keltner – drums
  • Dan Higgins – clarinet, saxophone, flute
  • Laura Brenes – French Horn
  • Nick Daley – trombone
  • Rob Moose – violin, viola
  • Gabriel Cabezas – cello
  • Petra Haden – backing vocals
  • Jennifer Ellis Kampani – backing vocals
  • Jenni Muldaur – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Rufus Wainwright.

  1. Trouble in Paradise
  2. Damsel in Distress
  3. Unfollow the Rules
  4. You Ain’t Big
  5. Romantical Man
  6. Peaceful Afternoon
  7. Only the People That Love
  8. This One’s for the Ladies (That Lunge!)
  9. My Little You
  10. Early Morning Madness
  11. Hatred
  12. Alone Time

On May 8, 2020.

On May 8, 2020, “Verve” label released “Mutable Set”, the fourth Blake Mills studio album. It was recorded in 2019 at “Sound City Studios”, “SWT”, “Boulevard Recording Studios”, and was produced by Blake Mills.

Personnel:

  • Blake Mills – vocals, guitar, arranger, recording, art direction
  • Gabriel Kahane – piano
  • Aaron Embry – keyboards
  • Sam Gendel – saxophone
  • David Boucher – acoustic bass
  • Pino Palladino – electric bass
  • Abe Rounds – drums
  • Rob Moose – strings, string arrangements
  • David Boucher – recording
  • Joseph Lorge – recording
  • Will Maclellan – recording
  • Maddy Baltor – recording assistant
  • Greg Koller – mixing
  • Patricia Sullivan – mastering
  • Julio Chavez – art direction
  • Emilio Villalba – artwork
  • Ian Sefchick – artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by Blake Mills, except where noted.

  1. Never Forever – Blake Mills, Cass McCombs
  2. May Later – Blake Mills, Cass McCombs
  3. Eat my Dust
  4. Money Is the One True God
  5. Summer All Over – Blake Mills, Cass McCombs
  6. Vanishing Twin – Blake Mills, Cass McCombs
  7. My Dear One – Blake Mills, Cass McCombs
  8. Farsickness – Blake Mills, Gabriel Kahane
  9. Mirror Box
  10. Window Facing A Window – lyrics by Blake Mills, music by Blake Mills, Armando Manzanero
  11. Off Grid – Blake Mills

On February 7, 2012.

On February 7, 2012, “Jagjaguwar” label released “Tramp”, the third Sharon Van Etten studio album. It was recorded in 2011, at “Tarquin Studios” in Bridgeport, Connecticut, “Miner Street Recordings” in Philadelphia, and was produced by Aaron Dessner and Sharon Van Etten.

Personnel:

  • Sharon Van Etten – vocals, guitar, ukulele, organ, harmonium, glockenspiel, percussion ,
  • Aaron Dessner – guitar, slide guitar, bass, piano, keyboards, drums, drum machine, shaker, recording
  • Bryce Dessner – bowed guitar, orchestration
  • Thomas Bartlett – piano, keyboards
  • Doug Keith – guitar, bass
  • Logan Coale – double bass
  • Matt Barrick – drums
  • Bryan Devendorf – drums
  • Ben Lord – drums
  • Benjamin Lanz – trombone
  • Clarice Jensen – cello
  • Jenn Wasner – vocals
  • Julianna Barwick – vocals
  • Zach Condon – vocals
  • Rob Moose – violin, viola, mandolin, orchestration

Track listing:

All tracks by Sharon Van Etten.

  1. Warsaw
  2. Give Out
  3. Serpents
  4. Kevin’s
  5. Leonard
  6. In Line
  7. All I Can
  8. We Are Fine
  9. Magic Chords
  10. Ask
  11. I’m Wrong
  12. Joke or a Lie

On August 9, 2019.

On August 9, 2019, “Jagjaguwar” label released “I, I”, the fourth Bon Iver studio album. It was recorded in 2019, at “April Base” in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, “Sonic Ranch” in Tornillo, Texas, and was produced by Chris Messina, Brad Cook, and Justin Vernon.

Personnel:

  • Sean Carey– voice, drums, piano
  • Matt McCaughan – drums, synthesis
  • Andrew Fitzpatrick – synthesis, guitar
  • Michael Lewis– bass guitar, synthesizers, saxophone
  • Justin Vernon– voice, guitar, bass guitar, synthesizers, radio
  • Jenn Wasner– guitar, synthesizers, voice; chorus
  • Rob Moose– violin, viola, octave viola, piano, string arrangements, arrangements

Worm Crew – horns

  • Rob Moose– conducting
  • CJ Camerieri– trumpet, flugelhorn, French horn
  • Michael Lewis – tenor and soprano saxophones
  • Hideaki Aomori – clarinets, alto saxophone
  • Tim Albright – trombone
  • Randy Pingrey – trombone
  • Ross Garren – harmonicas
  • Trever Hagen – barn, shoes, slides, prepared trumpet f.
  • Wheezy– drum programming, programming
  • James Blake– vocals, Prophet 600
  • Mike Noyce – vocals
  • Jeremy Nutzman a.k.a. Velvet Negroni– vocals
  • Camilla Staveley-Taylor– vocals, distorted vocals
  • Aaron Dessner– piano, guitar
  • BJ Burton– programming, arrangement, TR 8’s
  • Buddy Ross – synthesizer, Messina, piano, Wurlitzer
  • Joe Rainey, Sr. – vocals
  • Michael Migizi Sullivan, Sr. – vocals
  • Phil Cook– voice, piano, B3
  • Zach Hanson – piano, keyboards, Juno
  • Brad Cook – synthesizer, basses, Folktek Modified Omnichord
  • Chris Messina – synthesizer, engineering, mixing
  • Ben Lester– CP-70 electric piano
  • Psymun– sampling
  • Brian Moen – drums
  • Jake Luppen – guitar
  • Bruce Hornsby– voice, piano
  • Elsa Jensen – voice
  • Moses Sumney– voice
  • Brooklyn Youth Chorus – chorus
  • Bryce Dessner– chorus, piano
  • Toni Pierce-Sands – claps
  • Christian Warner – voice
  • Graham Tolbert – voice
  • Noah Goldstein – programming
  • Francis Starlite– Buchla
  • Sad Sax of Shit – saxophones
  • Joe Westerlund – shaker
  • JT Bates – drums
  • Jeremy Ylvisaker– electric guitar
  • Zach Hanson – engineering, mixing
  • Marta Salogni – additional engineering
  • Jerry Ordonez – assistant engineering, additional mixing
  • Zac Hernandez – assistant engineering
  • Alli Rogers – assistant engineering
  • Rob Moose– string arrangements engineering
  • Greg Calbi– mastering
  • BJ Burton– additional engineering, mixing
  • Trever Hagen – additional engineering
  • Andrew Sarlo – additional engineering
  • Josh Berg – additional engineering
  • Wayne Pooley – additional engineering
  • Bella Blasko – additional engineering
  • Noah Goldstein – additional engineering
  • Andra Chumas – executive production
  • Eric Timothy Carlson – art direction
  • Aaron Anderson – art direction
  • Graham Tolbert – photography
  • TU Dance – dance movement and visuals
  • Toni Pierce-Sands
  • Uri Sands
  • Taylor Collier – dancing
  • Jacob Lewis – dancing
  • Alexander Pham – dancing
  • Randall Riley – dancing
  • Alexis Staley – dancing
  • Christian Warner – dancing

Track listing:

  1. Yi – Justin Vernon, Trever Hagen, BJ Burton
  2. iMi – Justin Vernon, James Blake, Rob Moose, Brad Cook, Mike Lewis, Mike Noyce, BJ Burton, Jeremy Nutzman, Channy Leaneagh, Josh Bergon
  3. We – Justin Vernon, Wheezy, Brad Cook, Phil Cook, Andrew Sarlo
  4. Holyfields – Justin Venon, Brad Cook, Chris Messina, Rob Moose
  5. Hey, Ma – Justin Vernon, Brad Cook, BJ Burton
  6. U (Man Like) – Justin Vernon, Bruce Hornsby, Naeem Hanks, Chris Messina
  7. Naeem – Justin Vernon, BJ Burton, Trever Hagen, JT Bates, Noah Goldstein, Brad Cook
  8. Jelmore – Justine Vernon, Buddy Ross
  9. Faith – Justin Vernon, Camila Staveley-Taylor, BJ Burton, Francis Farewell Starlite
  10. Marion – Justin Vernon, Rob Moose
  11. Salem – Justin Vernon, Sean Carey, Channy Leaneagh, Andrew Broder
  12. Sh’Diah – Justin Vernon, Ryan Olson
  13. RABi – Justin Vernon, Brad Cook, Mike Lewis

On June 17, 2011.

On June 17, 2011, “Jagjaguwar” label released the self – titled, second Bon Iver studio album. It was recorded November 2008 – December 2010, at “April Base” in Fall Creek, Wisconsin, and was produced by Justin Vernon.

Personnel:

  • Justin Vernon– voices, Korg M1, electric, baritone, nylon, high strung and tape head guitar, drums, bass, cymbals, 909, RE-201, CDO choirs, pianos, synth patches, choirs, banjo, synth, bass drum twelve-string delays, finger cymbals, tremolo piano, hands, additional string, and horn arrangements
  • Mike Lewis– soprano, alt and tenor saxophone, additional string and horn arrangements
  • Colin Stetson– alto and bass saxophone, flute, clarinets, additional string, and horn arrangements
  • Mikey Noyce – voice
  • Rob Moose– violins, violas; string and horn arrangements
  • Matt McCaughan – drums, RE-201, snare drums, brushes, bass drum, thighs, handclaps, granular synthesis, synth, drum source, gates, 909
  • Tom Wincek – granular synthesis
  • Sean Carey– voice, drums, choirs, vibraphone, bowed vibraphone, Harmony Engine, bass drum, mallet drums, processing
  • Greg Leisz– pedal steel
  • Brian Joseph – RE-201, gates
  • Jim Schoenecker– granular synthesis
  • CJ “Carm” Camerieri – French horns, trumpets, pedal trumpets, muted trumpets, piccolo trumpet.an additional string and horn arrangements
  • Justin Vernon – engineering, mixing
  • Brian Joseph – engineering, mixing
  • Nate Vernon – additional engineering
  • Andy Immerman – assistant engineering
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Gregory Euclide – paintings
  • Daniel Murphy – design, layout, handwriting

Track listing:

All tracks by Justin Vernon, except where noted.  “Calgary”, written by Vernon with Matt McCaughan.

  1. Perth
  2. Minnesota, WI
  3. Holocene
  4. Towers
  5. Michicant
  6. Hinnom, TX
  7. Wash
  8. Calgary
  9. Lisbon, OH
  10. Beth/Rest

On April 27, 2018.

On April 27, 2018, “ATO” label released “In the Rainbow Rain”, the ninth Okkervil River studio album. It was recorded 2017 – 2018, and was produced by Will Sheff.

Personnel:

  • Will Sheff – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, piano, upright piano, Wurlitzer, mellotron, roland synthesizer, drum programming
  • Sarah K. Pedinotti – vocals, piano, Hammond organ, Wurlitzer, mellotron, ARP synthesizer, Moog synthesizer, Oberheim synthesizer, Roland synthesizer, Waldorf synthesizer, RMI keyboard computer
  • Frank LoCrasto – grand piano, tack piano, Fender rhodes, Wurlitzer, ARP synthesizer
  • Benjamin Lazar Davis – vocals, bass, piano, ARP synthesizer, Moog synthesizer, drum programming
  • Jared Samuel – piano, Hammond organ
  • Alex Spiegelman – vocals, saxophone, clarinet, flute
  • Cully Symington – drums, percussion, shaker
  • Brittany Anjou – vibraphone, Glockenspiel
  • Simone Appleby – backing vocals
  • Leslie Gardner – backing vocals
  • Will Graefe – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar
  • Jeremy Gustin – percussion, congas, finger cymbals
  • Cole Kamen-Green – vocals, trumpet, mellophone
  • Chris Kyle – electric guitar
  • Jonathan Meiburg – vocals
  • Rob Moose – violin, viola
  • David Nagler – Roland 2000 synthesizer
  • Clinton Newman – electric guitar
  • Phil Pallazolo – piano
  • Saundra Williams – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Famous Tracheotomies – Will Sheff, Ray Davies
  2. The Dream and the Light – Will Sheff
  3. Love Somebody – Will Sheff, Benjamin Lazar Davis, Will Graefe
  4. Family Song – Will Sheff
  5. Pulled up the Ribbon – Will Sheff
  6. Don’t Move Back to L.A. – Will Sheff
  7. Shelter Song – Will Graefe
  8. How It Is – Will Sheff
  9. External Actor – Will Sheff
  10. Human being Song – Will Sheff

 

On April 23, 2013.

On April 23, 2013, “Don Giovanni Records” label released “Wheel”, the third Laura Stevenson album. It was recorded in 2012, at “Marcata Recording” in New York City, and was produced by Kevin McMahon.

Personnel:

  • Laura Stevenson – vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, piano, arranger
  • Alex Billig – accordion, percussion, baritone saxophone, slide whistle, arranger
  • Mike Campbell – bass guitar, percussion, arranger
  • Dave Garwacke – drums, percussion, arranger, design
  • Peter Naddeo – banjo, electric and lap steel guitar, mandolin, arranger, engineer
  • Kelly Pratt – flugelhorn, French horn, trumpet, engineer
  • Rob Moose – violin, viola
  • Michelle Young – cello
  • Kevin McMahon – percussion, engineer, mixing
  • Jeff Rosenstock – engineer
  • Jamal Ruhe – mastering
  • Susan Naddeo – cover painting

Track listing:

All tracks by Laura Stevenson.

  1. Renée
  2. Triangle
  3. Runner
  4. Every Tense
  5. Bells & Whistles
  6. Sink, Swim
  7. The Hole
  8. Eleonora
  9. The Move
  10. Journey to the Center of the Earth
  11. Telluride
  12. L-Dopa
  13. The Wheel

On March 10, 2017.

On March 10, 2017, “More Alarming Records” label released “Semper Femina”, the sixth Laura Marling studio album. It was recorded in 2016, and was produced by Blake Mills.

Personnel:

  • Laura Marling – vocals, guitar
  • Matt Ingram – drums
  • Nick Pini – bass
  • Pete Randall – guitar
  • Blake Mills – guitar
  • Rob Moose– strings, arrangements
  • Matt Chamberlain– additional drums
  • Sebastian Steinberg – additional bass

Track listing:

All tracks by Laura Marling, except where noted.

  1. Soothing – Laura Marling, Blake Mills
  2. The Valley
  3. Wild Fire
  4. Don’t Pass Me By
  5. Always This Way
  6. Wild Once
  7. Next Time
  8. Nouel
  9. Nothing, Not nearly

On October 23, 2015.

On October 23, 2015, “Drag City” label released “Divers”, the fourth Joanna Newsom studio album. It was recorded in 2015, and was produced by Joanna Newsom and Noah Georgeson.

Personnel:

  • Joanna Newsom – vocals, harp, piano, Roland Juno-106, Minimoog, Schiedmayer celesta,  Marxophone, Mellotron(MK II and M400), Wurlitzer electric piano, Neupert clavichord, Fender Rhodes piano with bass,  Baldwin  electric  harpsichord, Baldwin Discoverer electronic organ, Estey pump organ, guitaret,harp, piano, keyboard and vocal arrangements
  • Dan Cantrell – Hammond organ, piano accordion, Andes recorder-keyboard, musical saw
  • Ryan Francesconi – electric guitar, electric bass, bouzouki, bağlama
  • Kevin Barker – electric guitar, banjo
  • Judith Linsenberg – alto, tenor and bass recorder
  • Logan Coale – double bass
  • David Nelson – trombone
  • Andy Strain – trombone
  • Ben Russell – violin
  • Rob Moose – violin
  • Matthew Slemela – violin
  • Naidia Sirota – viola
  • Hideaki Adomori – clarinet, bass clarinet
  • James Smith – English horn
  • Peter Newsom – drums, drum and percussion arrangements
  • Neal Morgan– drums
  • Nico Muhly– orchestral arrangements
  • David Longstreth– orchestral arrangements
  • Ryan Francesconi – arrangements, conductor
  • Dan Cantrell – additional arrangements
  • Noah Georgeson – additional arrangements
  • Kevin Barker – additional arrangements
  • Neal Morgan – drum and percussion arrangements
  • Steve Albini– engineer
  • Samur Khouja – engineer
  • Justin Rice – engineer
  • Sadaharu Yagi – engineer
  • Noah Georgeson– engineer, mixing
  • John Golden – mastering
  • Kim Keever – cover art
  • Dan Osborn – layout designer
  • Annabel Mehran – photographer
  • Paul Thomas Anderson– photographer

Track listing:

All tracks by Joanna Newsom, except where noted.

  1. Anecdotes
  2. Sapokanikan
  3. Leaving the City
  4. Goose Eggs
  5. Waltz of the 101st Lightborne
  6. The Things I Say
  7. Divers
  8. Same Old Man – traditional
  9. You Will Not Take My Heart Alive
  10. A Pin-Light Bent
  11. Time, As a Symptom

On October 24, 2006.

On October 24, 2006, “Record Collection” label released “Pussy Cats Starring the Walkmen”, the fourth Walkmen studio album. It is song cover of the 1974 Harry Nilsson album “Pussy Cats” which was produced by John Lennon.

Personnel:

  • Matt Barrick– conga, drums, maracas, tambourine, cowbell, wood block
  • Peter Bauer– organ, farfisa organ, Vox Continental
  • Hamilton Leithauser– vocals, acoustic guitar, glockenspiel, electric guitar, handwriting
  • Walter Martin– acoustic guitar, bass, kazoo, maracas, organ, piano, tambourine, triangle, vibraslap, cowbell, fuzz bass, slide whistle
  • Quentin Stoltzfus– vocals
  • Alex Waterman– cello, string arrangements
  • Dana Lyn– viola
  • Rob Moose – violin
  • Paul Maroon– piano, electric guitar
  • Chris Colbert, Kevin McMahon– engineer, mixing
  • Elijah Thomson– assistant engineer, mixing assistant

Track listing:

  1. Many Rivers to Cross – Jimmy Cliff
  2. Subterranean Homesick Blues – Bob Dylan
  3. Don’t Forget Me – Harry Nilsson
  4. All My Life – Harry Nilsson
  5. Old Forgotten Soldier- Harry Nilsson
  6. Save the Last Dance – Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman
  7. Mucho Mungo/Mt. Elga – John Lennon, Harry Nilsson
  8. Loop De Loop – Ted Vann
  9. Black Sails – Harry Nilsson
  10. Rock Around the Clock – Jimmy DeKnight, Max C. Freedman