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In March 1987.

In March 1987, “Touch and Go” label released “Locust Abortion Technician”, the third Butthole Surfers album. It was recorded 1985-1986, and was produced by Gibby Haynes, Paul Leary, Jeff Pinkus, King Coffey and Teresa Nervosa. Album front cover illustration was painted by Arthur Sarnoff, entitled “Fido and the Clowns”.

Personnel:

  • Gibby Haynes- lead vocals
  • Paul Leary- guitar
  • Jeff Pinkus– bass
  • King Coffey- drums
  • Teresa Nervosa- drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Gibby Haynes, Paul Leary, Jeff Pinkus, King Coffey and Teresa Nervosa, except where noted.

  1. Sweat Loaf
  2. Graveyard
  3. Pittsburgh to Lebanon
  4. Weber
  5. HAY
  6. Human Cannonball
  7. S.S.A.
  8. The O-Men
  9. Kuntz – Kong Katkamhaeng
  10. Graveyard
  11. 22 Going on 23

 

 

 

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In March 1985.

In March 1985, “SST” label released “Up on the Sun”, the third Meat Puppets album. It was recorded in January 1985, at “Total Access Studios” in Redondo Beach, California, and was produced by Spot.

Personnel:

  • Curt Kirkwood– guitar, vocals
  • Cris Kirkwood– bass, vocals
  • Derrick Bostrom– drums
  • Spot– engineer
  • Curt Kirkwood – cover artwork
  • Derrick Bostrom – sleeve artwork
  • Isaac Betesh – vinyl mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Curt Kirkwood, except where noted.

  1. Up on the Sun
  2. Maiden’s Milk – Curt Kirkwood, Cris Kirkwood
  3. Away
  4. Animal Kingdom – Curt Kirkwood, Cris Kirkwood
  5. Hot Pink
  6. Swimming Ground
  7. Buckethead
  8. Too Real
  9. Enchanted Porkfist
  10. Seal Whales
  11. Two Rivers
  12. Creator

On March 21, 2011.

On March 21, 2011, “Greenvoe Records” label released “The Impossible Song & Other Songs” third Roddy Woomble album. It was recorded in 2010, at “An Tobar” in Isle of Mull, and was produced by Roddy Woomble. The album’s artwork was by Mairi Hedderwick,

Personnel:

  • Roddy Woomble- lead vocals
  • Sorren Maclean – acoustic and electric guitars, banjo, organ, backing vocals, vibraphone
  • Gavin Fox- bass guitar, accordion
  • Gregor Donaldson – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Jill O’Sullivan – backing vocals
  • Gordon Maclean – double bass, accordion
  • Mhairi Hall – piano
  • Kevin Brolly – clarinet
  • Aidan O’Rourke – fiddle
  • Seonaid Aitken – piano, violin, backing vocals
  • Chick Lyall – piano
  • Rob Hall – sopranino, soprano and tenor saxophones
  • Michael Marra- organ
  • Phil Cunningham– accordion
  • Gordon Maclean – recording
  • Tony Doogan – mixing, additional recording
  • Frank Arkwright – mastering
  • Rose Skelton – photo of Roddy
  • Darren Evans – layout

Track listing:

All tracks by Roddy Woomble and Sorren Maclean, except where noted.

  1. A New Day Has Begun – Roddy Woomble, Sorren Maclean, Jones
  2. Make Something Out of What it’s Worth
  3. Work Like You Can
  4. Tangled Wire
  5. Roll Along – Roddy Woomble, Sorren Maclean, Jones
  6. Hour After Hour – Roddy Woomble, Sorren Maclean, Jones
  7. Leaving Without Gold
  8. New Frontier – Roddy Woomble, Sorren Maclean, Jones
  9. Old Town
  10. Living as You Always Have
  11. Gather the Day
  12. Between the Old Moon

 

In March 1978.

In March 1978, “Capricorn” label released “What If” the third Dixie Dregs studio album. It was recorded in 1978, at “Chateau Recorders”, and was produced by Ken Scott.

Personnel:

  • Steve Morse– guitar, banjo
  • Mark Parrish – keyboards
  • Allen Sloan – violin, viola
  • Andy West– bass guitar
  • Rod Morgenstein– drums, vocals
  • Assistant engineers – Brian Leshon, Chris Gregg, Gary Coppola

Track listing:

  1. Take It Off the Top – Steve Morse
  2. Odyssey – Steve Morse
  3. What If – Steve Morse
  4. Travel Tunes – Andy West
  5. Ice Cakes – Steve Morse
  6. Little Kids – Steve Morse
  7. Gina Lola Breakdown – Steve Morse, Lyndon
  8. Night Meets Light – Steve Morse

In March 1975.

In March 1975, “RSO” label released “There’s One in Every Crowd”, the third Eric Clapton solo album. It was recorded 1974-1975, and was produced by Tom Dowd.

Personnel:

  • Eric Clapton – lead vocals · electricand acoustic guitars dobro
  • George Terry – electric · acoustic guitars · group vocals
  • Jamie Oldaker– drums · percussion
  • Dick Sims – organ piano · electric piano

Track listing:

  1. We’ve Been Told (Jesus Coming Soon) – traditional, Willie Johnson
  2. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot – traditional, arr. by Eric Clapton
  3. Little Rachel – Jim Byfield
  4. Don’t Blame Me – Eric Clapton, George Terry
  5. The Sky Is Crying – Elmore James
  6. Singin’ the Blues – Mary McCreary
  7. Better Make It Through Today – Eric Clapton
  8. Pretty Blue Eyes – Eric Clapton
  9. High – Eric Clapton
  10. Opposites – Eric Clapton

On March 11, 1975.

On March 11, 1975, “Mercury” label released “The Original Soundtrack”, the third 10 cc studio album. It was recorded in 1974, at “Strawberry Studios” in Stockport, Cheshire, and was produced by Lol Crème, Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman and Kevin Godley.

Personnel:

  • Lol Creme – vocals, pianos, organ, vibes, percussion, Gizmo, violins, Moog synthesizer, autoharp
  • Eric Stewart – vocals, steel guitar, electric piano, piano, organs
  • Graham Gouldman – vocals, bass, double bass, percussion, guitar, mandolins
  • Kevin Godley – vocals, drums, timpani, marimba, timbale, bongos, bass drum, cellos, percussion, Moog synthesizer
  • Cathy Redfern – additional vocals

Track listing:

  1. Une Nuit a Paris – Kevin Godley, Lol Creme
    • One Night in Paris
    • The Same Night in Paris
    • Later That Same Night in Paris
  2. I’m Not in Love – Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman
  3. Blackmail – Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart
  4. The Second Sitting for the Last Supper – Eric Stewart, Lol Creme, Graham Gouldman, Kevin Godley
  5. Brand New Day – Kevin Godley, Lol Creme
  6. Flying Junk – Kevin Gouldman, Eric Stewart
  7. Life Is a Minestrone – Lol Creme, Eric Stewart
  8. The Film of My Love – Kevin Godley, Lol Creme

 

In March 1975.

In March 1975, “EMI” label released “The Best Years of Our Lives”, the third Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel album. It was recorded November-December 1974, and was produced by Alan Parsons and Steve Harley. “The Best Years of Our Lives” was the first album that featured Harley’s name ahead of the band’s name band Cockney Rebel.

Personnel:

  • Steve Harley- vocals
  • Jim Cregan- electric guitar, acoustic guitar, backing vocals
  • George Ford – bass guitar, string bass, backing vocals
  • Duncan Mackay- electric piano, grand piano, elka, clavinet, synthesizer, Hammond organ
  • Stuart Elliott- drums, percussion, marimba
  • Tina Charles– backing vocals
  • Martin Jay – backing vocals
  • Yvonne Keeley– backing vocals
  • Linda Lewis– backing vocals
  • Liza Strike – backing vocals
  • Alan Parsons– engineer, mixing
  • Gary Edwards – tape operator
  • Peter James – tape operator
  • Andrew Powell- horn and brass arrangement
  • Chris Blair – mastering
  • Mick Rock– photography, sleeve design
  • George Hardie– lettering

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Herley.

  1. Introducing The Best Years
  2. The Mad, Mad Moonlight
  3. Raffles (Man, It Was Mean)
  4. It Wasn’t Me
  5. Panorama
  6. Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me)
  7. Back to the Farm
  8. 49th Parallel
  9. The Best Years of Our Lives