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On September 6, 2013.

On September 6, 2013, “Mute” label released “Tales of Us”, the sixth Goldfrapp studio album. It was recorded April – May 2013, at “Angel Recording Studios” in London, and was produced by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory.

All tracks written by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory.

Personnel:

  • Alison Goldfrapp– vocals, instruments, art direction
  • Will Gregory– string arrangements, instruments
  • Steve Evans – additional programming; acoustic guitar
  • Aidan Love – additional programming
  • Nick Ingman– string scoring, string conducting
  • Charlie Jones– double bass
  • Alex Lee– bass guitar; acoustic and electric guitar, Nashville guitar
  • Martyn Barker– drums (track 3)
  • John Parish– drums
  • John Parricelli– guitar
  • Ian Burdge – cello
  • John Metcalfe– viola
  • Louisa Fuller – violin
  • Martyn Barker– Indian guitar, drums
  • Paul Cowgill – horse effects
  • Ross Hughes – acoustic guitar, cavaquinho
  • Chris Laurence– double bass
  • String section
  • Everton Nelson, Steve Morris, Emlyn Singleton, Warren Zielinski, Rita Manning, Richard George, Ian Humphries, Patrick Kiernan, Ann Morfee, Debbie Widdup, Kathy Shave, Dave Williams, Rusty Pomeroy, Boguslaw Kostecki, Tom Pigott-Smith, Mark Berrow – violin
  • Peter Lale, Bill Hawkes, Bruce White, Andy Parker, Nick Barr, Morgan Goff – viola
  • Ian Burdge, Sophie Harris, Nick Cooper, Penny Driver, Chris Allan – cello
  • Chris Laurence, Richard Pryce, Stacey Watton – double bass
  • Greg Freeman – additional engineering
  • Eduardo de la Paz – additional engineering , mixing assistance
  • Mat Maitland– artwork direction
  • Annemarieke van Drimmelen – photography
  • Craig Silvey – mixing
  • Gary Thomas – string recording
  • John Dent – mastering
  • Julie Rubio – image treatments
  • Lenka Rayn H. – additional photography

Track listing:

  1. Jo
  2. Annabel
  3. Drew
  4. Ulla
  5. Alvar
  6. Thea
  7. Simone
  8. Stranger
  9. Laurel
  10. Clay

On September 6, 2011.

On September 6, 2011, “Vagrant” label released “Major/Minor”, the eighth Thrice studio album. It was recorded in May 2011, at “Red Bull Studios” and “New Grass Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Dave Schiffman.

Personnel:

  • Eddie Breckenridge– bass
  • Dustin Kensrue– vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Riley Breckenridge– drums
  • Teppei Teranishi– lead guitar
  • James Musshorn – assistant engineering
  • Dave Shiffman – recording, mixing
  • Eric Stenman– assistant engineering
  • Teppei Teranishi – additional recording
  • Howie Weinberg– mastering
  • Jordan Butcher – art direction, design, artwork

Track listing:

All music by Eddie Breckenridge, Riley Breckenridge, Dustin Kensrue and Teppei Teranishi; all lyrics by Dustin Kensrue.

  1. Yellow Belly
  2. Promises
  3. Blinded
  4. Cataracts
  5. Call It in the Air
  6. Treading Paper
  7. Blur
  8. Words in the Water
  9. Listen Through Me
  10. Anthology
  11. Disarmed

 

On September 6, 2005.

On September 6, 2005, “Compadre Records” label released “Childish Things”, the eight  James McMurtry album. It was recorded in 2005, at “Flashpoint Recording” in Austin, and was produced by James McMurtry.

Personnel:

  1. James McMurtry – lead vocal, acoustic and electric guitars, baritone guitar, mandolin, harmonica, piano, organ
  2. Ronnie Johnson – bass guitar, backing vocals
  3. Tim Holt, David Grissom – guitars
  4. Daren Hess – drums, tambourine
  5. Bukka Allen – piano, organ
  6. Warren Hood – violin
  7. Jon Blondell – trombone
  8. Curtis McMurtry – saxophone
  9. Randy Garibay, Jr. – backing vocals
  10. Joe Ely – co -lead vocal
  11. Chris Maresh – bass guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by James McMurtry, except where noted.

  1. See the Elephant
  2. Childish Things
  3. We Can’t Make It Here
  4. Slew Foot – Howard Hausey, James C. Webb
  5. Bad Enough
  6. Restless
  7. Memorial Day
  8. Six Year Drought
  9. Old Part of Town -Peter Case
  10. Charlemagne’s Home Town
  11. Pocatello
  12. Holiday

 

On September 6, 2005.

On September 6, 2005, “Nightwave” label released “Before After”, the seventh  Heaven 17 studio album. It was recorded in 2005, and was produced by Glenn Gregory, Ian Craig Marsh and Martyn Ware.

Personnel:

  • Glenn Gregory– lead and background vocals; synthesizer
  • Ian Craig Marsh– synthesizer; backing vocals
  • Martyn Ware– synthesizer; backing vocals
  • Billie Godfrey– lead and background vocals
  • Angie Brown, Michael Wallace – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Glenn Gregory, Ian Craig Marsh, and Martyn Ware.

  1. I’m Gonna Make You Fall in Love with Me
  2. Hands Up to Heaven – Keith Lowndes, Glenn Gregory, Ian Craig Marsh, Martyn Ware
  3. The Way It Is
  4. Freedom from Love
  5. Don’t Fear the Reaper – Donald Roeser
  6. Into the Blue
  7. Deeper and Deeper
  8. What Would It Take
  9. Someone for Real
  10. Are You Ready? – Billie Godfrey, Glenn Gregory, Ian Craig Marsh, Martyn Ware

 

On September 6, 1978.

On September 6, 1978, Thomas Blanchard “Tom” Wilson Jr. died aged 47. He was producer best known for his work with Bob Dylan, The Mothers of Invention, The Fraternity of Man, Simon and Garfunkel, the Velvet Underground, Cecil Taylor, Sun Ra, Eddie Harris, Nico, Eric Burdon & the Animals, the Blues Project, the Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem and Soft Machine.

On September 6, 2005.

How Late

On September 6, 2005, “The C Kunspyruhzy” label released “How Late Do U Have 2BB4UR Absent?” (How Late Do You Have To Be Before You Are Absent?), album by George Clinton & the P-Funk All-Stars. It was recorded 1988–2004, and was produced by George Clinton, Rob Manzoli, Gary Shider, Dallas Austin, Steve Boyd, Michael “Clip” Payne and Wayghn Wilson.

Personnel:

  • Dallas Austin – instrumentation
  • Pedro Bell – artwork
  • Chris Bittner – instrumentation
  • Sheila Brody – vocals
  • Felicia Collins – instrumentation
  • Gary “Mudbone” Cooper – vocals, instrumentation
  • Lige Curry – instrumentation
  • Raymond Davis – vocals
  • Pete Deboer – assistant engineer
  • Sue Dog – vocals
  • Larry Ferguson – mastering, mixing
  • Sandra Feva – vocals
  • Amp Fiddler – instrumentation
  • Kendra Foster – vocals
  • Joi Gilliam – vocals
  • Michael Hampton – instrumentation
  • Clarence “Fuzzy” Haskins – vocals
  • Lili Haydn – instrumentation
  • Jazze Pha – vocals
  • Robert “P-Nut” Johnson – vocals
  • Joi – performer
  • Louis Kabbabie – vocals
  • Trey Lewd – vocals
  • Pat Lewis – vocals
  • Tracey Lewis – vocals, instrumentation
  • Rob Manzoli – vocals, instrumentation
  • Eric McFadden – instrumentation
  • RonKat Spearman – vocals
  • Joe Spencer – engineer
  • David Spradley – instrumentation
  • Bob Stovern – layout design
  • Vaughn Wilson – engineer, instrumentation
  • Colin Wolfe – instrumentation
  • Belita Woods – vocals
  • Bernie Worrell – instrumentation
  • Jim “Big Jim” Wright – vocals
  • Ron Wright – instrumentation
  • Dwayne “D-Cat” Cornelius – instrumentation
  • Martin J. Andersen – instrumentation
  • Jesper Bunk – instrumentation
  • T. Money – vocals
  • Jim Morgan – engineer
  • Cordell Mosson – instrumentation
  • Nate Oberman – engineer
  • Clip Payne – vocals, instrumentation
  • Billy Preston – instrumentation
  • Prince – vocals, instrumentation
  • Jerome Rogers – instrumentation
  • Ricky Rouse – instrumentation
  • Sativa – performer
  • Nowell Eugene Scott aka Nowell Eugene Haskins – instrumentation
  • Gary Shider – vocals
  • Kevin Shider – vocals
  • Tim Shider – instrumentation
  • Calvin Simon – vocals
  • Bob Smith – engineer
  • Ronald Spearman – instrumentation

Track listing:

  1. Bounce 2 This
  2. Su, Su, Su
  3. Paradigm
  4. U Can Depend On Me
  5. U Ain’t Runnin’ Shit
  6. Inhale Slow
  7. Because / Last Time Zone
  8. Neverending Love
  9. Sexy Side of You
  10. Saddest Day
  11. I Can Dance
  12. I’ll Be Sittin’ Here
  13. Don’t Dance Too Close
  14. More Than Words Can Say (Live)
  15. Butt-a-Butt
  16. Something Stank
  17. Our Secret
  18. Viagra
  19. Gypsy Woman
  20. Whole Lotta Shakin’
  21. Goodnight Sweetheart, Goodnight
  22. Whatchamacallit
  23. Trust In Yourself
  24. Booty

 

On September 6, 2005.

A Bigger Band

On September 6, 2005, “Virgin” label released “A Bigger Bang”, the 22nd Rolling Stones album. It was recorded November 2004 – June 2005, and was produced by Don Was, The Glimmer Twins and Matt Clifford. The album was certified Platinum in Argentina by “CAPIF”; Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada”; Platinum in Germany by “BVMI”; Platinum in the US by the “RIIA” and Platinum in Europe by “IFPI”.

Personnel:

  • Mick Jagger– lead and backing vocals, guitars, harmonica, keyboards, percussion; bass guitar
  • Keith Richards– guitars, backing vocals, keyboards; lead vocals, bass guita; percussion
  • Ronnie Wood– guitars
  • Charlie Watts– drums
  • Darryl Jones– bass guitar
  • Chuck Leavell– piano
  • Matt Clifford – programming; keyboards, vibraphone; piano, organ, strings
  • Blondie Chaplin– backing vocals
  • Lenny Castro– percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.

  1. Rough Justice
  2. Let Me Down Slow
  3. It Won’t Take Long
  4. Rain Fall Down
  5. Streets of Love
  6. Back of My hand
  7. She Saw Me Coming
  8. Biggest Mistake
  9. This Place Is Empty
  10. Oh No, Not You Again
  11. Dangerous Beauty
  12. Laugh, I Nearly Died
  13. Sweet Neo Con
  14. Look What the Cat Dragged In
  15. Driving Too Fast
  16. Infamy