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On October 2, 1990.

On October 2, 1990, “Ensign” label released “Room to Roam”, the fifth Waterboys (The) studio album. It was recorded February – June 1990, at “Spiddal House” in Galway, Ireland, and was produced by Barry Beckett and Mike Scott.

Personnel:

  • Mike Scott – lead vocals, guitar, piano
  • Colin Blakey – whistle, flute, Hammond organ, piano
  • Anthony Thistlethwaite – saxophone, mandolin
  • Steve Wickham – vocals, fiddle, Hammond organ
  • Sharon Shannon – accordion, fiddle
  • Trevor Hutchinson – bass guitar, bouzouki
  • Noel Bridgeman – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Barry Beckett – piano
  • Roddy Lorimer – trumpet
  • J. Neil Sidwell – trombone
  • Kieran Wilde – clarinet
  • Ken Samson – didjeridu
  • John “Turps” Burke – backing vocals
  • Seamus Begley – backing vocals
  • Eileen Begley – backing vocals
  • Diarmuid O’Suilleabhan – backing vocals
  • Tim Martin – engineer
  • Annie Siggins – sleeve design
  • Simon Fowler – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Mike Scott, except where noted.

  1. In Search of a Rose
  2. Song from the End of the World
  3. A Man Is in Love – Mike Scott / Kaliope House – Dave Richardson
  4. Bigger Picture – Mike Scott, Anthony Thistlethwaite
  5. Natural Bridge Blues – traditional, arranged by Mike Scott, Colin Blakey, Anthony Thistlethwaite, Steve Wickham, Sharon Shannon, Trevor Hutchinson, Noel Bridgeman
  6. Something That Is Gone
  7. The Star and the Sea
  8. A Life of Sundays
  9. Islandman
  10. The Raggle Taggle Gypsy – traditional, arranged by Mike Scott, Colin Blakey, Anthony Thistlethwaite, Steve Wickham, Sharon Shannon, Trevor Hutchinson, Noel Bridgeman
  11. How Long Will I Love You?
  12. Upon the Wind and Waves – Steve Wickham
  13. Spring Comes to Spiddal
  14. The Trip to Broadford – Kieran Donnellan
  15. Further Up, Further In – traditional, arranged by Mike Scott, Colin Blakey, Anthony Thistlethwaite, Steve Wickham, Sharon Shannon, Trevor Hutchinson, Noel Bridgeman, lyrics by Mike Scott
  16. Room to Roam – George MacDonald, arranged by Mike Scott, Colin Blakey, Anthony Thistlethwaite, Steve Wickham, Sharon Shannon, Trevor Hutchinson, Noel Bridgeman
  17. The Kings of Kerry – Mike Scott, Sharon Shannon, Steve Wickham

On September 23, 2016.

On September 23, 2016, “Cooking Viny;” label released “Shine a Light: Field Recordings from the Great American Railroad”, an album of field recordings made by Billy Bragg and Joe Henry, as they performed in waiting rooms and trackside at railway stations on a journey between Chicago and Los Angeles in March 2016. The album was produced by Billy Brag and Joe Henry.

Personnel:

  • Billy Bragg – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar
  • Joe Henry – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, harmonica
  • Ryan Freeland – engineer, mixing

Track listing:

  1. Rock Island Line – traditional, arranged by Billy Bragg, Joe Henry
  2. The L&N Don’t Stop Here Any More – Jean Ritchie
  3. Midnight Special – Huddie Ledbetter
  4. Railroad Bill – traditional, arranged by Billy Bragg, Joe Henry
  5. Lonesome Whistle – Hank Williams; Jimmie Davis
  6. KC Moan – Tewee Blackman
  7. Waiting for a Train – Jimmie Rodgers
  8. In the Pines – traditional, arranged by Billy Bragg, Joe Henry
  9. Gentle on My Mind – John Hartford
  10. Hobo’s Lullaby – Goebel Reeves
  11. Railroading on the Great Divide – Sara Carter
  12. John Henry – traditional, arranged by Billy Bragg, Joe Henry
  13. Early Morning Rain – Gordon Lightfoot

In September 1961.

In September 1961, “Vanguard” label released “Joan Baez Vol. 2”, the second Joan Baez studio album. It was recorded in 1961, at “Vanguard Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Maynard Solomon.

Personnel:

  • Joan Baez – vocals, guitar
  • The Greenbriar Boys – vocals, accompaniment

Track listing:

All tracks traditional, except where noted.

  1. Wagoner’s Lad
  2. The Trees They Do Grow High
  3. Lily of the West
  4. Silkie (Child no. 113)
  5. Engine 143
  6. Once I Knew a Pretty Girl
  7. Lonesome Road
  8. Banks of the Ohio
  9. Pal of Mine
  10. Barbara Allen (Child no. 84)
  11. The Cherry Tree Carol (Child no. 54)
  12. Old Blue
  13. Railroad Boy
  14. Plaisir d’Amour – Jean-Paul-Égide Martini

In September 1964.

In September 1964, “MGM” label released the self-titled, debut Animals (The) album. It was recorded January – July 1964, and was produced by Mickie Most.

Personnel:

  • Eric Burdon – vocals
  • Hilton Valentine – guitar, backing vocals
  • Alan Price – organ, vibraphone, guitar, bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Chas Chandler – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • John Steel – drums
  • Val Valentin – engineer

Track listing:

  1. The House of the Rising Sun – traditional, arranged by Alan Price
  2. The Girl Can’t Help It – Bobby Troup
  3. Blue Feeling – Jimmy Henshaw
  4. Baby Let Me Take You Home – Wes Farrell, Bert Russell
  5. The Right Time – Lew Herman
  6. Talkin’ Bout You – Ray Charles
  7. Around and Around – Chuck Berry
  8. I’m in Love Again – Dave Bartholomew, Fats Domino
  9. Gonna Send You Back to Walker – Johnnie Mae Matthews
  10. Memphis, Tennessee – Chuck Berry
  11. I’m Mad Again – John Lee Hooker
  12. I’ve Been Around – Fats Domino

On August 21, 2020.

On August 21, 2020, “Cooking Vinyl” label released “Good Luck, Seeker”, the fourteenth Waterboys (The) studio album. It was recorded in 2020, and was produced by Puck Fingers and Brother Paul.

Personnel:

  • Mike Scott – vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards, bass, archeology
  • Paul Brown – Hammond organ, piano, keyboards, archeology, programming
  • Steve Wickham – acoustic and electronic fiddle
  • Aongus Ralston – bass
  • Ralph Salmins – drums, percussion
  • Gavin Ralston – sonic guitar
  • James Hallawell – organ, keyboards, sonics, backing vocals, additional production
  • Peadar O’Riada – organ, tin whistle
  • David Hood – bass
  • Mark Smith – bass
  • Jeremy Stacey – drums
  • Justin Hallawell – distant drums
  • Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band, The Unthanks – horns, sonics
  • Jess Kavanagh, Zeenie Summers – backing vocals
  • Blaine Harrison – backing vocals
  • Irakli Gabriel – street voice
  • Chris O’Brien – additional engineering
  • Dave Montuy – additional engineering
  • Tim Martin, Jack Power – additional engineering
  • John Cornfield – additional engineering
  • Lester Salmins – drum recording
  • Don Jackson – mastering
  • Puck Fingers, Brother Paul – mixing
  • Bob Clearmountain – mixing
  • B.C. Nowlin – cover painting (Taoseno Sky, oil on canvas)
  • Mike Scott – front cover concept, design, photography
  • Ian Ross – design
  • Pixabay, Creative Commons, Engin Akyurt – photography

Track listing:

  1. The Soul Singer – Mike Scott
  2. (You’ve Got To) Kiss a Frog or Two – Mike Scott, Paul Brown
  3. Low Down in the Brown – traditional
  4. Dennis Hopper – Mike Scott, Paul Brown
  5. Freak Street – Mike Scott
  6. Sticky Fingers – Mike Scott, James Hallawell
  7. Why Should I Love You – Kate Bush
  8. The Golden Work – Mike Scott, Aongus Ralston, Charles Williams
  9. My Wanderings in the Weary Land – Mike Scott, Anthony Thistlethwaite, Jim Keltner
  10. Postcard from the Celtic Dreamtime – Mike Scott, James Hallawell
  11. Good Luckm Seeker – Mike Scott, Adrian McNally, Rachel Unthank, Becky Unthank, Niopha Keegan, Chris Price, Sandy Smith, Dion Fortune
  12. Beauty in Repetition – Mike Scott, Anthony Thistlethwaite, Jim Keltner
  13. Everchanging – Mike Scott, Anthony Thistlethwaite, Jim Keltner
  14. The Land of Sunset – Mike Scott, Peadar O’Riada

On August 18, 2017.

On August 18, 2017, “Nuclear Blast” label released “Evocation II: Pantheon”, the seventh Eluveitie studio album. It was recorded March – April 2017, at “New Sound Studio” in Freinbach in Switzerland, “Republica Studios” in Lubrza, Poland, and was produced by Chrigel Glanzmann and Tommy Vetterli.

Personnel:

  • Chrigel Glanzmann – vocals, mandola, whistles, choir
  • Jonas Wolf – acoustic guitars, resonator guitars, choir
  • Rafael Salzmann – acoustic guitars
  • Fabienne Erni – vocals, celtic harp, choir
  • Matteo Sisti – bagpipes, uilleann pipes, whistles, bodhrán
  • Michalina Malisz – hurdy-gurdy
  • Nicole Ansperger – vocals, fiddles
  • Kay Brem – bass guitar, choir
  • Alain Ackermann – drums, percussion
  • Oliver s. Tyr – nyckel harpa, Irish bouzouki
  • Brendan Wade – uilleann pipes
  • Netta Skog – accordion
  • Edward Hatfield – linguistic consulting

Track listing:

All lyrics by Chrigel Glanzmann, music as noted.

  1. Dvreððv – Chrigel Glanzmann
  2. Epona – Chrigel Glanzmann, Rafael Salzmann, Michalina Malisz
  3. Svcellos II (Seqvel) – Chrigel Glanzmann, Eoin Duignan
  4. Nantosvelta – Chrigel Glanzmann, Rafael Salzmann, Nicole Ansperger
  5. Tovtatis – Chrigel Glanzmann
  6. Lvgvs – Chrigel Glanzmann, Fabienne Erni
  7. Grannos – Chrigel Glanzmann, Rafael Salzmann, Nicole Ansperger, Jonas Wolf, Margit Bazilewski
  8. Cernvnnos – Chrigel Glanzmann, Michalina Mzlisz, Fabienne Erni, Nicole Ansperger
  9. Catvrix – Chrigel Glanzmann, Fabienne Erni, Alain Ackermann
  10. Artio – Chrigel Glanzmann, Fabienne Erni
  11. Aventia – Chrigel Glanzmann, Michalina Malisz, Jonas Wolf
  12. Ogmios – traditional
  13. Esvs – Chrigel Glanzmann, Rafael Salzmann, Fabienne Erni, Jonas Wolf
  14. Antvmnos – traditional, Chrigel Glanzmann
  15. Tarvos II – Chrigel Glanzmann, Rafale Salzmann, Jonas Wolf, Matteo Sisti
  16. Belenos – Chrigel Glanzmann, Jonas Wolf, Matteo Sisti
  17. Taranis – Chrigel Glanzmann, Alain Ackerman

On August 4, 2017.

On August 4, 2017, “Rounder Records” label released “Party of One”, the debut George Thorogood album. It was recorded in 2017, at “House of Blues Studios” in Encino, Los Angeles, and was produced by Jim Gaines.

Personnel:

  • George Thorogood – vocals, guitar, harmonica
  • Scott Billington – executive producer

Track listing:

  1. I’m a Steady Rollin’ Man – Robert Johnson
  2. Soft Spot – Alen Shamblin, Gary Nicholson
  3. Tallahassee Women – Tallahassee Tight
  4. Wang Dang Doodle – Willie Dixon
  5. Boogie Chillin’ – Bernard Besman, John Lee Hooker
  6. No Expectations – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  7. Bad News – John D. Loudermilk
  8. Down the Highway – Bob Dylan
  9. Got to Move – Elmore James, Marshall E. Sehorn
  10. Born with the Blues – Brownie McGhee
  11. The Sky is Crying – Morgan Robinson, Clarence Lewis, Elmore James
  12. The Hookers – John Lee Hooker
  13. Pictures from Life’s Other Side – traditional, Hank Williams
  14. One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer – John Lee Hooker
  15. Dynaflow Blues – John Ned Shines

On July 30, 2002.

On July 30, 2002, “Savant” label released “Focus”, the 21st Arthur Blythe album. It was recorded in April 2002, at “Tedesco Studio” in Paramus, New Jersey, and was produced by Cecil Brooks III.

Personnel:

  • Arthur Blythe – alto saxophone
  • Gust William Tsilis – marimba
  • Bob Stewart – tuba
  • Cecil Brooks III – drums

Track listing:

 All tracks by Arthur Blythe except where noted.

  1. Opus
  2. Children’s Song aka That Old Man – Thelonious Monk
  3. C.C. Rider – traditional
  4. Once Again
  5. My Son Ra
  6. Hip Toe
  7. Night Song
  8. Bubbles
  9. Stuffy Turkey – Thelonious Monk
  10. Night Creeper
  11. In a Sentimental Mood – Duke Ellington, Manny Kurtz, Irving Mills
  12. Focus

In June 1967.

In June 1967, “Hit-Tin” label released “We Are Paintermen”, the debut Creation (The) studio album. It was recorded May – June 1967, at “IBC”, “Olympic”, “Pye Studios”, and was produced by Shel Talmy.

Personnel:

  • Kenny Pickett – lead vocals
  • Eddie Phillips – lead and backing vocals, guitar
  • Bob Garner – lead vocals, bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Kim Gardner – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Jack Jones – drums
  • Nicky Hopkins – piano, tack piano, organ
  • Steve Aldo – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Eddie Phillips and Kenny Pickett except where noted.

  1. Cool Jerk – Donald Storball
  2. Making Time
  3. Through My Eyes – Eddie Phillips, Bob Garner
  4. Like a Rolling Stone – Bob Dylan
  5. Can I Join Your Band
  6. Tom Tom – Eddie Phillips, Bob Garner
  7. Try and Stop Me
  8. If I Stay Too Long – Eddie Phillips, Bob Garner
  9. Biff, Bang, Pow
  10. Nightmares
  11. Hey Joe – traditional, arr, by Eddie Phillips
  12. Painter Man

In April 1974.

In April 1974, “Transatlantic” label released “Midnight Mushrumps”, the second Gryphon album. It was recorded in 1973, at “Chipping Norton Recording Studios” in Chipping Norton, England, and was produced by Graeme Taylor, Richard Harvey, Philip Nestor, Brian Gulland and Dave Oberlé.

Personnel:

  • Graeme Taylor – vocals, acoustic, semi acoustic, classical, twelve string and electric guitars
  • Richard Harvey – vocals, recorder, crumhorn, harmonium, organ, grand piano, harpsichord, electric piano, toy piano, glockenspiel, mandolin
  • Brian Gulland – vocals, keyboards, bassoon, crumhorn, recorder
  • Philip Nestor – vocals, bass guitars
  • Dave Oberlé – lead vocals, drums, timpani, percussion
  • Dave Grinsted – engineer
  • Ann Sullivan – art direction
  • Richard Rockwood – design
  • Clive Boursnell – photography

Track listing:

  1. Midnight Mushrumps – Richard Harvey
  2. The Ploughboy’s Dream – traditional
  3. The Last Flash of Geberdine Taylor – Graeme Taylor
  4. Gulland Rock – Brian Gulland
  5. Dubbel Dutch – Graeme Taylor
  6. Ethelion – Graeme Taylor, Richard Harvey, Philip Nestor, Brian Gulland, Dave Oberlé.