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Paul Kantner: Blows Against the Empire

In November 1970, “RCA Victor” label released “Blows Against the Empire”, the debut Paul Kantner album. It was released under the name Paul Kantner and Jefferson Starship, and was the first album to use the “Starship” moniker. It was recorded in 1970, at “Pacific High” and “Wally Heider Studios” in San Francisco, and was produced by Paul Kantner,

Personnel:

  • Paul Kantner – vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, banjo, bass machine, design
  • Grace Slick – vocals, piano
  • Jerry Garcia – vocals, banjo, lead guitar, pedal steel guitar, sound effects
  • David Crosby – lead and backing vocals, guitar, engineer
  • Peter Kaukonen – lead guitar
  • Jack Casady – bass
  • Harvey Brooks – bass
  • Joey Covington – vocals, drums, congas
  • Bill Kreutzmann – drums
  • Graham Nash – congas, sound effects, backing vocals, engineer
  • Mickey Hart – vocals, percussion, sound effects
  • David Freiberg – backing vocals
  • Phill Sawyer – sound effects
  • Allen Zentz, Pat Leraci, Phill Sawyer, Bob Shoemaker – engineer
  • CCCP – cover
  • Patti Landres – books
  • Jim Goldberg – space, design
  • Tony Nagamuma – title

Track listing:

  1. Mau Mau (Amerikon) – Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, Joey Covington
  2. The Baby Tree – Rosalie Sorrels
  3. Let’s Go Together – Paul Kantner
  4. A Child Is Coming – Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, David Crosby
  5. Sunrise – Grace Slick
  6. Hijack – Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, Marty Balin, Gary Blackman
  7. Home – Paul Kantner, Phil Sawyer, Graham Nash
  8. Have You Seen the Stars Tonight? – Paul Kantner, David Crosby
  9. XM – Paul Kantner, Phil Sawyer, Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart
  10. Starship – Paul Kantner, Grace Slick. Marty Balin, Gary Blackman

Craig Armstrong: Piano Works

On October 5, 2004, “Sanctuary Records” label released “Piano Works”, the third Craig Armstrong album. It contains solo piano pieces from different soundtracks played by himself.

Personnel:

  • Craig Armstrong – piano

Track listing:

All tracks by Craig Armstrong.

  1. In My Own Words
  2. Heatmiser 2
  3. Hidden
  4. Gentle Piece
  5. Weather Storm
  6. Diffuse
  7. Leaving Paris
  8. Fugue
  9. Theme from Orphans
  10. 1st Waltz
  11. Satine’s Theme
  12. Morning Breaks
  13. Laura’s Theme
  14. Glasgow Love Theme
  15. Delay
  16. Hymn 3
  17. Angelina
  18. Childhood 2
  19. Sunrise
  20. Be Still My Soul (bonus track)

Biffy Clyro: Balance, Not Symmetry

On May 17, 2019, “Warner Bros” label released “Balance, Not Symmetry”, is Biffy Clyro soundtrack album to the movie of the same name, co-written by the band’s frontman Simon Neil. It was recorded at 2018 – 2019, at “AIR Studios” in London, “Monnow Valley Studio” Rockfield, Monmouthshire, Wales, “ICP Studios” in Brussels, and was produced by Adam Noble, Simon Neil, James Johnston and Ben Johnston.

Personnel:

  • Simon Neil – lead vocals, guitar, mandolin, keyboards, percussion, marimba, strings, clapping
  • James Johnston – bass, clapping, backing vocals
  • Ben Johnston – drums, percussion, marimba, keyboards, clapping, backing vocals
  • Adam Noble – bass, keyboards, synthesizers, organ, programming, engineer, mixing
  • Jakwob – keyboards, programming
  • Fyfe Dangerfield – piano
  • Blair Mowat – programming, orchestral arrangements
  • James Hockley – programming
  • John Prestage – engineer
  • John Paul Reid – engineer
  • Ted Jensen – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Simon Neil, except where noted.

  1. Balance, Not Symphony
  2. All Singing and All Dancing – John Hill
  3. Different Kind of Love – John Feldmann
  4. Sunrise
  5. Pink
  6. Colour Wheel – Stuart Price
  7. Gates of Heaven – John Feldmann
  8. Fever Dream
  9. Navy Blue
  10. Tunnels and Trees
  11. Plead
  12. The Naturals
  13. Yellow
  14. Touch
  15. Jasabiab
  16. Following Master
  17. Adored

The Kooks: Listen

On September 8, 2014, “Universal” label released “Listen”, the fourth Kooks (The) studio album. It was recorded in 2013, in London and Los Angeles, and was produced by Inflo.

Personnel:

  • Luke Pritchard – vocals, guitar, keyboards, programming, synths, tambourine, bass, hand claps
  • Hugh Harris – guitar, backing vocals
  • Peter Denton – bass, guitar, percussion
  • Alexis Nunez – drums, percussion, bass
  • Inflo – percussion, synths, programming, piano, guitar, organ
  • Fraser T Smith – keyboards, guitar, drum programming 
  • Tommy Antonio – Rhodes 
  • Behind the Force Choir – choir
  • Carmen Phelan – violin, viola 
  • Cleo Nikolic – backing vocals
  • Betty Thorpe – crowd vocals 
  • Kate Fletcher – crowd vocals 
  • Erica Earl – additional vocals 

 Track listing:

Al tracks by Luke Pritchard and Inflo, except where noted.

  1. Around Town
  2. Forgive & Forget – Luke Pritchard, Inflo, Alexis Nuñez
  3. Westside – Luke Pritchard, Inflo, Hugh Harris
  4. See Me Now
  5. It Was London
  6. Bad Habit – Luke Pritchard, Inflo, Peter Denton
  7. Down
  8. Dreams
  9. Are We Electric – Luke Pritchard, Fraser T Smith
  10. Sunrise
  11. Sweet Emotion

On November 22, 2019.

On November 22, 2010, “Parlaphone” label released “Everyday Life”, the eighth Coldplay studio album. It was recorded 2007 – 2008 and 2018 – 2019, at “The Bakery”, “The Beehive” in London, and in Umbria, Italy, and was produced by Rik Simpson, Daniel Green, Bill Rahko, Angel Lopez, Federico Vindver and Max Martin.

Personnel:

  • Chris Martin – lead vocals, guitars, piano, keyboards
  • Guy Berryman – bass guitar, percussion
  • Will Champion – drums and percussion, guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Jonny Buckland – guitars, keyboards
  • Aluna – choir
  • Garine Antreassian – choir
  • Jocelyn ‘Jozzy’ Donald – choir
  • Nadeen Fanous – choir
  • Marwa Kreitem – choir
  • Apple Martin – choir
  • Moses Martin – choir
  • Bashar Murad – choir
  • Ben Oerlemans – choir
  • Bill Rahko – choir
  • Norah Shaqur – choir vocal
  • Stromae – vocals
  • Omorinmade Anikulapo-Kuti – alto saxophone
  • Babatunde Ankra – trombone
  • Drew Goddard – guitar
  • Daniel Green – keyboards
  • Samir Joubran – oud
  • Wissam Joubran – oud
  • Adnan Joubran – oud
  • Femi Kuti – horn
  • Made Kuti – orchestrionics
  • Ayoola Magbagbeola – tenor saxophone
  • Max Martin – keyboards
  • Gbenga Ogundeji – trumpet
  • Bill Rahko – keyboards
  • Davide Rossi – strings
  • Rik Simpson – keyboards
  • Daniel Green – programming
  • Max Martin – programming
  • Bill Rahko – programming
  • Rik Simpson – programming
  • Mark “Spike” Stent – mixing
  • Emily Lazar – mastering
  • Erwan Abbas – assistant engineering
  • Chris Allgood – assistant mastering
  • Lionel Capouillez – additional engineering
  • Michael Freeman – assistant mixing
  • Matt Glasbey – assistant engineering
  • Pierre Houle – additional engineering
  • Adnan Joubran – additional engineering
  • Matt Latham – assistant engineering
  • Baptiste Leroy – assistant engineering
  • Bastien Lozier – additional engineering
  • Issam Murad – assistant engineering
  • Lance Robinson – additional engineering
  • Davide Rossi – additional engineering
  • Anthony De Souza – assistant engineering
  • Federico Vindver – additional engineering
  • Matt Wolach – assistant mixing

Track listing:

  1. Sunrise – Guy Berryman, Johhny Buckland, Will Campion, Chris Martin, Davide Rossi
  2. Church – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Amjad Sabri, Davide Rossi, Mikkel Eriksen, Tor Hermansen, Jacob Collier Norah Shaqur
  3. Trouble in Town – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
  4. Broken – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
  5. Daddy – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
  6. WOTW/POTP – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
  7. Arabesque – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Drew Goddard, Femi Kuti, Paul Van haver
  8. When I Need a Friend – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
  9. Guns – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
  10. Orphans – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Moses Martin
  11. Eko – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Moses Martin
  12. Cry Cry Cry – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Moses Martin, Jacob Collier, Bertrand Berns, Jerry Ragovoy
  13. Old Friends – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
  14. بنی آدم – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Alice Coltrane, Harcourt White, Saadi Shirazi
  15. Champion of the World – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Andy Monaghan, Scott Hutchinson, Simon Liddell
  16. Everyday Life – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, John Metcalfe

On August 31, 1998.

On August 31, 1998, “Setanta” label released “Fin de Siècle”, the sixth Divine Comedy album. It was recorded in 1998 and was produced by Jon Jacobs and Neil Hannon.

Personnel:

  • Neil Hannon– vocals, guitar
  • Joby Talbot – harpsichord, piano, arranger, conductor
  • John Best – tenor vocal
  • Phillip Robinson – tenor vocal
  • Nik Turner – tenor vocal
  • Julia White – soprano vocal
  • Ken Wilson – tenor vocal
  • John Gibbons – bass vocal
  • Paul Mason – bass vocal
  • Ian Lawrence – bass vocal
  • Dexter Fletcher – the narrator
  • John Murphy – viola
  • Robert Riley – viola
  • Anna Giddey – violin
  • Mary Martin – violin
  • Kelly McCusker – violin
  • Matthew Ward – violin
  • Betsy Taylor – cello
  • Bryan Mills – bass
  • Ian Watson – double bass
  • Peter Devlin – double bass
  • Miggy Barradas – drums
  • Stuart “Pinkie” Bates – accordion, organ
  • Simon Jones – piccolo trumpet, trumpet
  • Steve Hilton – programming
  • Jon Jacobs – engineer, mixing
  • Adam Brown – recording assistant
  • Jon Jacobs – engineer, mixing
  • Andy Scade – engineer, programming
  • Steve Hilton – programming
  • Mitsuo Tate – recording assistant
  • Mark Togashi – assistant
  • Rob Crane – design
  • Neil Hannon – concept
  • Kevin Westenberg – concept, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Neil Hannon, except where noted.

  1. Generation Sex
  2. Thrillseeker
  3. Commuter Love
  4. Sweden
  5. Eric the Gardener – Neil Hannon, Joby Talbot
  6. National Express
  7. Life on Earth
  8. The Certainty of Chance – Neil Hannon, Joby Talbot
  9. Here Comes the Flood
  10. Sunrise

In November 1972.

In November 1972, “Bronze” label released “The Magician’s Birthday”, the fifth Uriah Heep studio album. It was recorded September – October 1972, at “Lansdowne Studios” in London, and was produced by Gerry Bron. The album cover design was by Roger Dean.

Personnel:

  • David Byron– lead vocals
  • Mick Box– guitars
  • Ken Hensley– keyboards, guitars, moog synthesizer
  • Gary Thain– bass guitar
  • Lee Kerslake– drums, percussion
  • Brian Cole– pedal steel guitar
  • Peter Gallen – engineer
  • Ashley Howe – assistant engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Ken Hensley except where noted.

  1. Sunrise
  2. Spider Woman – Mick Box, David Byron, Lee Kerslake, Gary Thain
  3. Blind Eye
  4. Echoes in the Dark
  5. Rain
  6. Sweet Lorraine
  7. Tales
  8. The Magician’s Birthday

In May 1975.

In May 1975, “Mercury” label released “Spirit of ’76”, the sixth Spirit album. It was recorded in 1975, and was produced by Randy California.

Personnel:

  • Randy California – vocals, bass, guitar, multi instruments
  • Benji – harpsichord, Moog synthesizer
  • Barry Keane – bass
  • Ed Cassidy- drums, percussion
  • Blair Mooney – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Randy California and Ed Cassidy except where noted.

  1. America the Beautiful/The Times They Are A-Changing – Bates, Ward, Bob Dylan
  2. Victim of Society
  3. Lady of the Lakes
  4. Tampa Jam Pt. 1
  5. Mauna Loa – Randy California
  6. What Do I Have – Randy California
  7. Sunrise
  8. Walking the Dog – R. Thomas
  9. Tampa Jam Pt. 2
  10. Joker On the Run – Randy California, Ed Cassidy, Barry Keene
  11. When – Randy California
  12. Like a Rolling Stone – Bob Dylan
  13. Once Again
  14. Feeling in Time
  15. Happy – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  16. Jack Bond – Burt Shonberg
  17. My Road – Randy California
  18. Tampa Jam Pt. 3
  19. Thank You Lord – Randy California
  20. Urantia
  21. Guide Me
  22. Veruska – Randy California, Ed Cassidy, Andes
  23. Hey Joe – Billy Roberts
  24. Jack Bond Pt. 2– Burt Shonberg
  25. The Star Spangled Banner – Francis Scott Key,John Stafford Smith

On April 23, 2012.

On April 23, 2012, “Big Teeth Music” label released “Generation Freakshow”, the eighth Feeder studio album. It was recorded 2009-2012, and was produced by Grant Nicholas and Chris Sheldon.

Personnel:

  • Grant Nicholas– vocals, guitars, keyboards, percussion
  • Taka Hirose– bass guitars, backing vocals
  • Karl Brazil- drums, percussion
  • Chris Sheldon- engineering, mixing
  • Matt Sime – engineering, additional productionBrian Sperber- mixing, backing vocal, keyboards
  • Paul Spong – trumpet
  • Tom Fuller – assistant engineer
  • George Apison – assistant engineer
  • Ted Jensen– mastering
  • Nigel Walton – sequencing
  • Roger Ballen– photography
  • Scarlet Page- photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Grant Nicholas.

  1. Oh My
  2. Borders
  3. Idaho
  4. Hey Johnny
  5. Quiet
  6. Sunrise
  7. Generation Freakshow
  8. Tiny Minds
  9. In All Honesty
  10. Headstrong
  11. Fools Can’t Sleep
  12. Children in the Sun – includes hidden track Sky Life

On October 22, 2001.

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On October 22, 2001, “Polygram” label released “We Love Life”, the seventh and final Pulp studio album. It was recorded in 2001, and was produced by Scott Walker.

Personnel:

  • Jarvis Cocker– vocals
  • Mark Webber– guitars
  • Candida Doyle– keyboards
  • Steve Mackey– bass
  • Nick Banks– drums

 Track listing:

All tracks by Jarvis Cocker, Nick Banks, Candida Doyle, Steve Mackey and Mark Webber, except where noted.

  1. Weeds
  2. Weeds II (The Origin of the Species)
  3. The Night That Minnie Timperley Died
  4. The Trees
  5. Wickerman
  6. I Love Life
  7. The Birds in Your Garden
  8. Bob Lind(The Only Way Is Down)
  9. Bad Cover Version
  10. Roadkill
  11. Sunrise – Jarvis Cocker, Nick Banks, Candida Doyle, Steve Mackey, Mark Webber, Mansell