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In July 1969.

In July 1969, “Atco” label released the self-titled, debut Blues Image album. It was recorded in 1969 and was produced by Bill Halverson.

Personnel:

  • Mike Pinera– lead and backing vocals, guitar
  • Skip Konte– piano, organ; backing vocals
  • Malcolm Jones – bass
  • Manuel Bertematti – drums
  • Joe Lala- percussion; lead and backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Mike Pinera, Skip Konte, Malcolm Jones, Mauel Bertematti and Joe Lala.

  1. Take Me to the Sunrise
  2. Leaving My Troubles Behind
  3. Outside Was Night
  4. In Front Behind You
  5. Lay Your Sweet Love on Me
  6. (Do You Have) Somethin’ to Say
  7. Lazy Day Blues
  8. Yesterday Could Be Today
  9. Reality Does Not Inspire

On July 1, 1997.

On July 1, 1997, “MAMA” label released the self – titled, debut Anthony Wilson album.

Personnel:

  • Anthony Wilson– guitar
  • Carl Saunders – trumpet
  • Ira Nepus – trombone
  • Louis Taylor – reeds
  • Pete Christlieb – tenor sax
  • Bennie Wallace – tenor sax
  • Jack Nimitz – baritone sax
  • Brad Mehldau– piano
  • Danton Boller – bass
  • Willie Jones, III– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Anthony Wilson.

  1. Fargas Shuffle
  2. The Parisian Knights
  3. Karaoke
  4. Leila
  5. The New Fawn-Do!
  6. Southern Gentleman
  7. Pachinko
  8. Do Nothin’ Till You Hear from Me
  9. Monsignor
  10. Remington Ride

 

On June 21, 2011.

On June 21, 2011, “Fat Possum” label released the self – titled, debut Unknown Mortal Orchestra album. It was recorded in 2010. The album won the 2012 “Taite Music Prize”.

Personnel:

  • Ruban Nielson– vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, bass guitar, drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Ruban Nielson.

  1. Ffunny Ffriends
  2. Bicycle
  3. Thought Ballune
  4. Jello and Juggernauts
  5. How Can You Luv Me
  6. Nerve Damage
  7. Little Blu House
  8. Strangers are Strange
  9. Boy Witch

On June 20, 1989.

On June 20, 1989, “Arista” label released the self – titled, debut and the only Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe album. It was recorded 1988 – 1989, at “La Frette Studios” in Paris, “AIR Studios” in Montserrat, British West Indies, “AIR Studios” in London, and was produced by Jon Anderson and Chris Kimsey.

Personnel:

  • Jon Anderson– lead vocals
  • Bill Bruford– Tama acoustic drums, Simmons SDX electronic drums
  • Rick Wakeman– keyboards
  • Steve Howe– guitars
  • Tony Levin– vocals, bass, Chapman stick
  • Matt Clifford – vocals, keyboards, programming, orchestration
  • Milton McDonald– rhythm guitar
  • The Oxford Circus Singers – Deborah Anderson, Tessa Niles, Carol Kenyon, Frank Dunnery
  • M.C. Singers – Jon, Matt, Chris
  • Emerald Isle Community Singers
  • In Seine Singers
  • Chris Kimsey– engineering
  • Chris Potter – engineering
  • Giles Sampic – engineering
  • Rupert Coulson – assistant engineering
  • George Cowen – assistant engineering
  • Steve Orchard – assistant engineering
  • “Texas” Joe Hammer – percussion programming
  • Chris Ranson – group technician
  • Michael Barbiero– mixing
  • Steve Thompson – mixing
  • George Cowan – assistant mixing
  • Olivier Bloch-Laine – assistant
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering
  • Roger Dean– artwork, painting, design
  • Martyn Dean – stage design consultant

Track listing:

All tracks by Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman, and Bill Bruford, except where noted.

  1. Themes
    1. SoundThe
    2. Second Attention
  • Soul Warrior
  1. Fist of Fire
  2. Brother of Mine
  3. The Big Dream
  4. Nothing Can Come Between Us
  • Long Lost Brother of Mine – Geoff Downes
  1. Birthright – Max Bacon
  2. The Meaning
  3. Quartet
  4. I Wanna Learn
  5. She Gives Me Love – Ben Dowling
  • Who Was the First
  1. I’m Alive
  2. Teakbois
  3. Order of the Universe
  4. Order Theme
  5. Rock Gives Courage – Rhett Lawrence
  • It’s So Hard to Grow
    1. The Universe

In June 1976.

In June 1976, “Nova” label released the self – titled, debut La Düsseldorf album. It was recorded September – December 1975, at “La Düsseldorf Studio” in Düsseldorf, “Conny Plank’s Studio” in Wolperath, Neunkirchen-Seelscheid, and was produced by Conny Plank, Klaus Dinger, Thomas Dinger, Harald Konietzko, Hans Lampe and Nikolaus VanRhein.

Personnel:

  • Klaus Dinger– vocals, guitar
  • Thomas Dinger– vocals, percussion, lighting
  • Harald Konietzko – bass
  • Hans Lampe – electronics, keyboards, percussion, synthesizer
  • Nikolaus VanRhein – keyboards, synthesizer
  • Klaus Becker – proofreading
  • Konrad Plank – engineer
  • Dinger Brothers – artwork, stylist
  • Stephen Iliffe – liner notes

Track listing:

  1. Düsseldorf
  2. La Düsseldorf
  3. Silver Cloud
  4. Time

In June 1973.

In June 1973, “Transatlantic” label released the self – titled, debut Gryphon album. It was recorded March – April 1973, and was produced by Lawrence Aston and Adam Skeaping.

Personnel:

  • Graeme Taylor– vocals, guitars, keyboards, recorder
  • Brian Gulland – vocals, bassoon, crumhorns, recorders, keyboards
  • Richard Harvey- recorders, crumhorns, keyboards, guitar, mandolin
  • Dave Oberlé– vocals, drums, percussion

 Track listing:

  1. Kemp’s Jig – unknown author, arranged by Graeme Taylor, Brian Gulland, Richard Harvey, Dave Oberlé
  2. Sir Gavin Grimbold – traditional, arranged by Brian Gulland
  3. Touch and Go – Richard Harvey, Graeme Taylor
  4. Three Jolly Butchers – traditional, arranged by Graeme Taylor, Brian Gulland, Richard Harvey, Dave Oberlé
  5. Pastime with Good Company – Henry VIII, arranged by Graeme Taylor, Brian Gulland, Richard Harvey, Dave Oberlé
  6. The Unique Grave – traditional, arranged by Graeme Taylor, Brian Gulland, Richard Harvey, Dave Oberlé
  7. Estampie – Graeme Taylor
  8. Crossing the Styles – Graeme Taylor
  9. The Astrologer – traditional, arranged by Graeme Taylor, Brian Gulland, Richard Harvey, Dave Oberlé
  10. The Wrecks – unknown author, arranged by Graeme Taylor, Brian Gulland, Richard Harvey, Dave Oberlé
  11. Jumper Suite – Graeme Taylor, Brian Gulland, Richard Harvey, Dave Oberlé
  12. The Devil and the Farmer’s Wife – traditional, arranged by Brian Gulland

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

In June 1972.

In June 1972, “Akarma Records” released the self – titled, debut Analogy album. It was recorded in 1972, at “Mondial Sound Studios” in Milan, Italy, and was produced by Aldo Pagani, Martin Thurn, Jutta Nienhaus, Nicola Pankoff, Wolfgang Schoene, Herman – Jurgen Nienhaus and Rocco Abate.

Personnel:

  • Martin Thurn – guitar
  • Jutta Nienhaus – vocals
  • Nicola Pankoff – keyboards
  • Wolfgang Schoene – bass
  • Hermann-Jurgen Nienhaus – drums
  • Rocco Abate – flute

Track listing:

All tracks by Martin Thurn, except where noted.

  1. Dark Reflections
  2. Weeping My Endure – John Milton, Martin Thurn
  3. Indian Meditation
  4. Tin’s Song
  5. Analogy
  6. The Year’s at the Spring – Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Martin Thurn, Jutta Nienhaus
  7. Pan-Am Flight 249 – Martin Thurn, Jutta Nienhaus

In June 1970.

In June 1970, “Ohr” label released self – titled, debut Ash Ra Tempel album. It was recorded in March 1971 and was produced by Conny Plank.

Personnel:

  • Manuel Göttsching- vocals, electric guitar, electronics
  • Hartmut Enke- bass guitar
  • Klaus Schulze- drums, percussion, electronics

Track listing:

  1. Amboss
  2. Traummaschine

In June 1965.

In June 1965, “RCA Victor” label released the self-titled, debut Maria Bethânia album. It was recorded in 1965, and was produced by Roberto Jorge. The album 12 tracks were released in mono.

Personnel:

  • Maria Bethânia – vocals
  • Gal Costa – vocal
  • Alberto Soluri – sound engineer
  • Gauss – sound engineer
  • Fernando Goldgaber – photography

Track listing:

  1. De Manha – Caetano Veloso
  2. So Eu Sei – Batatinha, Oscar de Penha, J. Luna
  3. Pombo Correiro – Benedito lacerda, Darcy de Oliveira
  4. No Carnaval – Caetano Veloso, Jota
  5. Nunca Mais – Dorival Caymmi
  6. Sol Negro – Caetano Veloso
  7. Missa Agraria / Carcara – Carlos Lyra, Gianfrancesco Guamieri, João do Vale, José Cândido
  8. Anda Luzia – João do Vale, José Cândido
  9. Feitio De Oração – Noel Rosa, Vadico
  10. Feliticeira – unknown author
  11. O X Do Problema – Noel Rosa
  12. Mora Na Filosofia – Arnaldo Passos, Monsueto Menezes