October 11, 2019, “4AD” label released “Two Hands”, the fourth Big Thief studio album. It was recorded July 2018 – April 2019, at “Sonic Ranch” in Tornillo, Texas, “Sound City” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Andrew Sarlo.
Adrianne Lenker – vocals, guitar
Buck Meek – vocals, guitar
Max Oleartchik – vocals, bass,percussion
James Krivchenia – vocals, drums, percussion, mallets, cymbal
Andrew Sarlo – mixing, engineering
Dom Monks – engineering
James Krivchenia – mixing, engineering
Greg Calbi – mastering
Todd Carder – tape liaison
Keith Nelson – tape liaison
Sam Griffin Owens – tape liaison
Mario Ramirez – assistance
Joseph Lorge – assistance
Dustin Condren – cover photography
Sarah Schiesser – design, layout
All tracks by Adrianne Lenker, except where noted.
On February 23, 1999, “Capitol” label released “Clarity”, the third Jimmy Eat World studio album. It was recorded 1998 – 1999, at “Sound City” and “Clear Lake Audio” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Mark Trombino.
Jim Adkins – lead and backing vocals, guitars, piano, keys, stringarrangement, art direction
On March 27, 2007, “DRT Entertainment” label released “From Beale Street to Oblivion”, the eighth Clutch studio album. It was recorded September – October 2006 at “Sound City” in Van Nuys, California, and was produced by Joe Barresi.
Neil Fallon– vocals, guitar
Tim Sult– guitar
Dan Maines– bass
Jean-Paul Gaster– drums, percussion
Mick Schauer– Hammond B3, piano, Hohner Clavinet
Bryan Hinkley– guitar
Eric Oblander– Hohner harmonica
Pete Martinez – additional engineering
Glen Pittman – assistant engineer
Nick Lakiotes – art direction, design
Louis Rivera – photography
All tracks by Neil Fallon, Tim Sult, Dan Maines, Jean-Paul Gaster and Mick Schauer, except where noted.
You Can’t Stop Progress
The Devil & Me
Child of the City
Electric Worry – partially written by Mississippi Fred McDowell
In August 1974, “Mercury” label released “Not Fragile”, the third Bachman–Turner Overdrive album. It was recorded in 1974, at “Sound City” in Van Nuys, in California; “Kaye-Smith Studios” in Seattle, and was produced by Randy Bachman.
Randy Bachman- guitar, vocals
Robbie Bachman- percussion, drums
Blair Thornton- guitar, backing vocals
F. Turner- bass guitar, vocals
Frank Trowbridge- slide guitar
Engineer: Mark Smith
Assistant engineer: Buzz Richmond
Mixing assistant: Richard Dashut
Mastering: Tom “Curly” Ruff
Design: Joe Kotleba
Art direction: Jim Ladwig
Photography: John Brott, Tom Zamiar
Not Fragile – C. Fred Turner
Rock Is My Life, and This Is My Song – Randy Bachman
Roll Down the Highway – C. Fred Turner, Robbie Bachman
On May 31, 2011, “Atlantic” label released “Codes and Keys”, the seventh Death Cab for Cutie studio album. It was recorded in 2010, at “Sound City” in Van Nuys, California, “The Warehouse” in Vancouver, “London Bridge”, “Avast Recordings” and “Two Sticks Audio” in Seattle, “Tiny Telephone” in San Francisco, “Bright Street Recorders” in Hollywood, “Jackpot! Recording” in Portland, and was produced by Chris Walla.
Benjamin Gibbard– lead vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards
Nicholas Harmer– bass guitar, guitar
Jason McGerr– drums, percussion
Chris Walla– guitar, backing vocals, piano, keyboards
Magik*Magik Orchestra – strings
Minna Choi – arrangements, conducting
Krish Lingala – oboe, theremi
Chris Walla– recording, mixing
Beau Sorenson– recording, mixing
Alan Moulder– mixing
Roger Siebel – mastering
Sean Oakley, Dave “Squirrel” Covell, Sally Pickett, Mark Richards, Adam Greenholtz, Ryan Enockson, Stephen Hogan, Jackson Long, John Vanderslice, Jay Pellicci, Pierre de Reeder, Kendra Lynn, Stuart Hallerman, Johnny Mendoza, Cathy Ferrante – recording assistant
Catherine Marks – mixing assistant
John Catlin – mixing assistant
Nicholas Harmer– front cover, “coin slot” photograph
On September 24, 1996, “DGC Records” released “Pinkerton”, the second Weezer studio album. It was recorded September 1995, January–June 1996, at “Sound City” in Los Angeles; “Fort Apache Studios” in Boston; “Hollywood Sound Recorders” in Los Angeles; “Rumbo Recorders” in Canoga Park; “Electric Lady Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Weezer. “Pinkerton” was the last Weezer album to feature bassist Matt Sharp.
On September 19, 1970, “Reprise” label released “After the Gold Rush”, the third Neil Young studio album. It was recorded 1969 – June 1970, at “Sunset Sound” in Hollywood; “Sound City”; “Van Nuys” in Los Angeles, and “Redwood Studios” in Topanga, California, and was produced by Neil Young, David Briggs and Kendall Pacios. In 1998, “Q” magazine readers voted “After the Gold Rush” the 89th greatest album of all time. In 2003, Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 71 on its list of the “500 Greatest Album of All Time”. In 2003, “NME” magazine ranked “After the Gold Rush” at number 80 of the list of the “Greatest Albums of All Time. In 1986, the album was certified 2 x Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”, and 2 x Platinum in UK by the “BPI” in 2004.
Neil Young— guitar, piano, harmonica, vibes, lead vocals
On May 5, 1981, “Backstreet” label released “Hard Promises”, the fourth Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers album. It was recorded 1980–1981, at “Sound City”, “Van Nuys”, “Cherokee Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Jimmy Iovine and Tom Petty.
Tom Petty– lead vocals, 12 & 6 string guitar electric & acoustic guitars, bass guitar & electric piano
Mike Campbell– 12 & 6 string guitar electric guitars, auto-harp, accordion, harmonium, bass guitar
Benmont Tench– organ, piano, background vocals
Ron Blair– bass guitar
Stan Lynch– drums, background vocals
Phil Jones – percussion
Donald “Duck” Dunn– bass guitar
Alan “Bugs” Weidel – piano
Stevie Nicks– harmony vocal, background vocal
Lori Nicks – background vocal
Sharon Celani – background vocal
All tracks by Tom Petty, except where noted.
A Woman in Love (It’s Not Me) – Tom Petty, Mike Campbell
Nightwatchman – Tom Petty, Mike Campbel
Letting You Go
A Thing About You
The Criminal Kind
You Can Still Change Your Mind – Tom Petty, Mike Campbell
On April 21, 1987, “MCA” label released “Let Me Up (I’ve Had Enough)”, the seventh Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers studio album. It was recorded 1986–1987, at “Sound City” and “M.C. Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Tom Petty and Mike Campbell.
Tom Petty – lead and background vocals, 6 and 12 string electric and acoustic guitars, bass guitar
Mike Campbell– lead guitar, 12-string guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, koto, Dobro, keyboards, dulcimer, mandolin, ukulele, slide guitar, percussion
Howie Epstein– bass guitar, harmony vocals
Benmont Tench– acoustic and electric pianos, Hammond and Vox organs, vibraphone, synthesizer
Stan Lynch– drums, percussion
All tracks by Tom Petty, except where noted.
Jammin’ Me – Tom Petty,Bob Dylan, Mike Campbell
Runaway Trains – Tom Petty, Mike Campbell
The Damage You’ve Done
It’ll All Work Out
My Life/Your World – Tom Petty, Mike Campbell
Think About Me
All Mixed Up – Tom Petty, Mike Campbell
A Self-Made Man
Ain’t Love Strange
How Many More Days
Let Me Up (I’ve Had Enough) – Tom Petty, Mike Campbell