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ON February 23, 2015.

On February 23, 2015, “Test Card Recordings” label released “The Race for Space”, the second Public Service Broadcasting studio album. It was recorded in 2014, at “Jacamar Studios”, “The Pool Studios” and “Abbey Road Studios”, and was produced by J Willgoose, Esq. and Wrigglesworth.

Personnel:

  • J Willgoose, Esq. – guitars, synths, bass, banjo, percussion, sampling
  • Wrigglesworth – drums, vibraphone, handclaps
  • Richard Andrews – piano
  • Mircea Belei – viola
  • Leah Evans – cello
  • Clementine Vale – cello
  • Thomas Greed – violin
  • David Larkin – violin
  • Iain Maxwell – trombone
  • Christopher Smith – trombone 
  • John Moore – baritone saxophone
  • Guy Passey – alto saxophone
  • Sebastian Philpott – trumpet
  • Katherine Blamire – vocals
  • Jessica Davies – vocals
  • Kate Bishop – alto
  • Ruth Kiang – alto
  • Eleanor Minney – alto
  • Helen Parker – alto
  • Emma Brain-Gabbott – soprano
  • Joanna Forbes L’Estrange – soprano, chorus master
  • Chloë Morgan – soprano
  • Ann De Renais – soprano
  • Ben Fleetwood Smyth – tenor
  • Paul Grier – bass
  • James Mawson – bass
  • Joe Stoddart – bass
  • Lawrence Wallington – bass
  • Lawrence White – bass
  • Alex Parish – handclaps, “and tea”
  • Jonathan Sagis – handclaps
  • Sam Wheat – recorder, engineer
  • Joe Rubel – engineer
  • Matt Mysko – assistant engineer
  • Stefano Civetta – second assistant engineer
  • Jonathan Sagis – assistant engineer
  • Tim Young – mastering

Track listing:

  1. The Race for Space – John F. Kennedy’s September 1962 Speech (inspiring event)
  2. Sputnik – Sputnik 1 1957 – First satellite (inspiring event)
  3. Gagarin – Vostok 1 1961 – First human in space (inspiring event)
  4. Fire in the Cockpit – Apollo 1 disaster 1967 – First planned Apollo mission (inspiring event)
  5. E.V.A. – Voskhod 2 -1965 – First spacewalk (inspiring event)
  6. The Other Side – Apollo 8 – 1968 – First human orbit of the Moon (inspiring event)
  7. Valentina – Vostok 6 – 1963 – First woman and first civilian in space (inspiring event)
  8. Go! – Apollo 11 (1969 – First Moon landing by a crewed spacecraft (inspiring event)
  9. Tomorrow – Apollo 17 – 1972 – Final Apollo mission (inspiring event)

On February 21, 2012.

On February 21, 2012, “Cooking Vinyl” label released “Roses”, the sixth   Cranberries studio album. It was recorded 18 April – 15 May and 20 – 22 June 2011, at “Metalworks Studios” in Mississauga, Ontario and “Miloco Studios” in London, and was produced by Stephen Street.

Personnel:

  1. Dolores O’Riordan– lead vocals, rhythm and lead guitar, keyboards
  2. Mike Hogan – bass, backing vocals
  3. Noel Hogan– lead and rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  4. Fergal Lawler – drums

Track listing:

All lyrics by Dolores O’Riordan, all music by Dolores O’Riordan and Noel Hogan, except where noted.

  1. Conduct
  2. Tomorrow – Dolores O’Riordan
  3. Fire & Soul
  4. Raining in my Heart
  5. Losing My Mind
  6. Schizophrenic Playboy
  7. Waiting in Walthamstow – Dolores O’Riordan
  8. Show Me – Dolores O’Riordan
  9. Astral Projections
  10. So Good – Dolores O’Riordan
  11. Roses

 

In February 1968.

In February 1968, “Parlaphone” label released the self-titled, debut Tomorrow album. It was recorded in 1967, and was produced by Mark P. Wirtz.

Personnel:

  • Keith West– vocals
  • Steve Howe– guitar
  • John “Junior” Wood– bass
  • John “Twink” Alder– percussion
  • Mark P. Wirtz– keyboard
  • Geoff Emerick, Peter Bown – engineer

Track listing:

  1. My White Bicycle – Keith West, Ken Burgess
  2. Colonel Brown – Keith West , Ken Burgess
  3. Real Life Permanent Dream – Keith West
  4. Shy Boy – Keith West, Ken Burgess
  5. Revolution – Keith West , Steve Howe
  6. The Incredible Journey of Timothy Chase – Keith West
  7. Auntie Mary’s Dress Shop – Keith West, Ken Burgess
  8. Strawberry Fields Forever – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  9. Three Jolly Little Dwarfs – Keith West, Ken Burgess
  10. Now Your Time Has Come – Keith West
  11. Hallucinations – Keith West, Ken Burgess

On September 24, 2002.

On September 24, 2002, “Lost Highway Records” label released “Demolition”, the third Ryan Adams studio album. It was recorded in 2002, and was produced by Ryan Adams, Michael Blair, Frank Callari, David Domanich, Ethan Johns and Luke Lewis.

Personnel:

  • Ryan Adams – vocals, guitars, harmonica, bass, piano, synthesizer, drum machine
  • Bucky Baxter– guitar, pedal steel guitar, background vocals
  • Mikael Nord Andersson – dobro
  • Michael Blair – djembe heartbeat
  • Sheldon Gomberg – bass
  • Svante Henryson– cello
  • Ethan Johns– drums, background vocals, electric guitar, ukulele, bass
  • John Paul Keith, David Rawlings– guitar
  • Greg Leisz– steel guitar, dobro
  • Billy Mercer – bass
  • Brad Pemberton – drums
  • Julianna Raye – background vocals
  • Brad Rice – electric guitar
  • Chris Stills– background vocals, 12-String acoustic guitar, B3
  • Gillian Welch– background vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Ryan Adams, except where noted.

  1. Nuclear
  2. Hallelujah
  3. You Will Always Be the Same
  4. Desire
  5. Cry on Demand
  6. Starting to Hurt
  7. She Wants to Play Hearts
  8. Tennessee Sucks
  9. Dear Chicago
  10. Gimme a Sign
  11. Tomorrow

On February 19, 2016.

On February 19, 2016, “Epitaph” label released “Livin’ on a High Note”, the Mavis Staples studio album. It was recorded in August 2015, at “Agoura Borealis” in Agoura Hills, California, “Kingsize” in Los Angeles, and “CRC” in Chicago, and was produced by Matthew Ward.

Personnel:

  • Mavis Staples – vocals
  • Donny Gerrard – vocals
  • Vicki Randle – background vocals
  • Rick Holmstrom – guitar
  • Matthew Ward – background vocals, guitars, organ, synthesizer
  • Jeff Turmes – bass
  • Sean Billings – trumpet
  • Alex Budman – tenor saxophone, flute
  • Humberto Ruiz – trombone
  • Nathaniel Walcott – trumpet, clavinet, horn arrangements
  • Stephen Hodges – drums
  • Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews – trumpet, trombone
  • David Moyer – baritone saxophone
  • Tucker Martine – tambourine, mixing
  • Pierre de Reeder, Josh Kvale, Mat Lejeune – engineer
  • Adam Ayan – mastering
  • Masaki Koike – art direction, design

Track listing:

  1. Take Us Back – Benjamin Booker
  2. Love and Trust – Ben Harper
  3. If It’s a Light – Charity Rose Thielen
  4. Action – Merrill Garbus
  5. High Note – Valerie June
  6. Don’t Cry – Matthew Ward
  7. Tomorrow – Jon Batiste, Aloe Blacc
  8. Dedicated – Justine Vernon, Matthew Ward
  9. History Now – Neko Case, Donny Gerrard, Laura Veirs
  10. One Love – Aaron Livingston
  11. Jesus Lay Down Beside Me – Nick Cave
  12. MLK Song – Martin Luther King Jr., Matthew Ward

On May 1, 2012.

On May 1, 2012, “Epitaph” label released “All or Nothing”, the tenth Pennywise studio album. It was recorded October 2011-January 2012, and was produced by Cameron Web.

Track listing:

  • Zoli Téglás– vocals
  • Fletcher Dragge– guitar
  • Randy Bradbury– bass
  • Byron McMackin– drums

Track listing:

  1. All or Nothing
  2. Waste Another Day
  3. Revolution
  4. Stand Strong
  5. Let Us Hear Your Voice
  6. Seeing Red
  7. Songs of Sorrow
  8. X Generation
  9. We Have It All
  10. Tomorrow
  11. All Along
  12. United

In February 1972.

grave_new_world

In February 1972, “A&M” label released “Grave New World”, the fifth Strawbs album. It was recorded in November 1971, at “Morgan Studios”, “Island Studios” and “Landsdowne Studios”, and was produced by by Dave Cousins, Richard Hudson, John Ford, Blue Weaver, Tony Hooper, Gus Dudgeon and Tony Visconti. “Grave New World” was the first album to be released after the departure of Rick Wakeman, who left to join Yes. The album front cover was reproduction of William Blake’s Glad Day.

Personnel:

  • Dave Cousins– lead vocals, backing vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, dulcimer, recorder
  • Tony Hooper– lead vocals, backing vocals, acoustic guitar, autoharp, tambourine
  • Blue Weaver– organ, piano, harmonium, mellotron, clavioline
  • John Ford– lead vocals, backing vocals, bass guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Richard Hudson– backing vocals, drums, sitar, tablas
  • Trevor Lucasand Anne Collins – backing vocals
  • Robert Kirby– arranger
  • Tony Visconti– arranger
  • Tom Allom– engineer
  • Martin Levan – assistant engineer
  • Frank Owen – engineer
  • John Mackswith– engineer

Track listing:

  1. Benedictus – Dave Cousins
  2. Hey Little Man … Thursday’s Child – Dave Cousins
  3. Queen of Dreams – Dave Cousins
  4. Heavy Disguise – John Ford
  5. New World – Dave Cousins
  6. Hey Little Man … Wednesday’s Child – Dave Cousins
  7. The Flower and the Young Man – Dave Cousins
  8. Tomorrow – Dave Cousins, Tony Hooper, John Ford, Blue Weaver, Richard Hudson
  9. On Growing Older – Dave Cousins
  10. Ah Me, Ah My – Tony Hooper
  11. Is It Today, Lord? – Richard Hudson
  12. The Journey’s End – Dave Cousins, Blue Weaver

 

On May 19, 1969.

Pickin Up the Pieces

On May 19, 1969, “Epic” label released “Pickin’ Up the Pieces”, the debut Poco album. It was recorded in January 1969, and was produced by Jim Messina.

Personnel:

  • Jim Messina- lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric 6-string guitars
  • Richie Furay- lead and backing vocals, 12-string guitar
  • Rusty Young- steel guitar, banjo, dobro, guitar, piano
  • Randy Meisner- bass guitar, acoustic guitar, backing vocals
  • George Grantham- lead and backing vocals, drums
  • Bobby Doyle- piano
  • Milt Holland– percussion
  • Nick DeCaro  – arranger
  • Terry Donovan – recording engineer
  • Frank Bez – phtography

Track listing:

  1. Foreword – Kathy Johnson, Richie Furay
  2. What a Day – Richie Furay
  3. Nobody’s Fool – Richie Furay
  4. Calico Lady – Richie Furay, Jim Messina, Skip Goodwin
  5. First Love – Richie Furay
  6. Make Me a Smile – Richie Furay, Jim Messina
  7. Short Changed – Richie Furay
  8. Pickin’ Up the Pieces – Richie Furay
  9. Grand Junction – Rusty Young
  10. Oh Yeah – Richie Furay, Jim Messina
  11. Just in Case It Happens, Yes Indeed – Richie Furay
  12. Tomorrow – Richie Furay, Skip Goodwin
  13. Consequently, So Long- Richie Furay, Skip Goodwin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On March 19, 1975.

Hearts

On March 19, 1975, “Warner Bros” label released “Hearts”, the fifth America studio album. It was recorded in January 1975, at “The Record Plant” in Sausalito, California, and was produced by George Martin.

Personnel:

  • Gerry Beckley– vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Dewey Bunnell– vocals, guitar
  • Dan Peek– vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • David Dickey – bass
  • Willie Leacox – drums, percussion
  • George Martin – keyboards, arranger
  • Geoff Emerick– engineer
  • Mark Guercio – assistant engineer
  • Henry Diltz– photography
  • Phil Hartman– art direction, design

Track listing:

  1. Daisy Jane – Gerry Beckley
  2. Half a Man – Dan Peek
  3. Midnight – Gerry Beckley, Dewey Bunnell
  4. Bell Tree – Gerry Beckley
  5. Old Virginia – Dan Peek, Vatherine Peek
  6. People in the Valley – Dewey Bunnell
  7. Company – Dewey Bunnell
  8. Woman Tonight – Dan Peek
  9. The Story of a Teenager – Gerry Beckley, Dan Peek
  10. Sister Golden Hair – Gerry Beckley
  11. Tomorrow – Dan Peek
  12. Seasons – Dewey Bunnell

On December 7, 1971.

Wings_Wild_Life

On December 7, 1971, “Apple” label released “Wild Life”, the debut Wings album.  It was recorded July – August 1971 at the “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by  Paul and Linda McCartney.

Personnel:

  • Paul McCartney– vocals, bass guitar, guitar, piano, keyboards, percussion
  • Linda McCartney– keyboards, piano, percussion, vocals
  • Denny Laine– guitars, bass guitar, percussion, keyboards, vocals
  • Denny Seiwell– drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul and Linda McCartney, except where noted.

  1. Mumbo
  2. Bip Bop
  3. Love Is Strange – Mickey Baker, Sylvia Vanderpool, Ethel Smith
  4. Wild Life
  5. Some People Never Know
  6. I Am Your Singer
  7. Tomorrow
  8. Dear Friend