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On January 16, 2001.

On January 16, 2001, “Warm Electronic” label released the debut, self-titled Azure Ray studio album. It was recorded in 2000, and was produced by Eric Bachmann and Brian Causey.


  • Maria Taylor –vocals, guitar
  • Orenda Fink – vocals, guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by Maria Taylor and Orenda Fink.

  1. Sleep
  2. Displaced
  3. Don’t Make a Sound
  4. Untitled
  5. Another Week
  6. Rise
  7. 4th of July
  8. Safe and Sound
  9. Fever
  10. For No One
  11. How Will You Survive



On October 12, 1999.

On October 12, 1999, “Volcano Entertainment” label released “In Reverse”, the seventh Matthew Sweet album. It was recorded May – June 1999, and was produced by Matthew Sweet, Greg Leisz, Fred Maher and Jim Scott. The album cover features artists Margaret Keane painting.


  • Matthew Sweet – vocals, guitar, bass, organ, synthesizer, percussion
  • Bruce Fowler- trombone
  • Walt Fowler – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Rick Cunha – acoustic guitar
  • Jim Keltner- drums
  • Victor Bisetti, Don Heffington- percussion
  • Carol Kaye- bass
  • Greg Kurstin – piano, organ, harpsichord
  • Greg Leisz- guitar, pedal steel
  • Fred Maher- drums, percussion
  • Tony Marsico- acoustic bass
  • Ric Menck – drums, percussion
  • Jamie Muhoberac- organ, piano
  • Paul Chastain – acoustic guitar
  • John Ginty – organ, piano, harpsichord
  • Brian Kehew – organ, piano, harpsichord
  • Pamelia Kurstin- theremin

Track listing:

All tracks by Matthew Sweet.

  1. Millennium Blues
  2. If Time Permits
  3. Beware My Love
  4. Faith in You
  5. Hide
  6. Future Shock
  7. Split Personality
  8. I Should Never Have Let You Know
  9. Trade Places
  10. What Matters
  11. Write Your Own Song
  12. Worse to Live
  13. Untitled
  14. Thunderstorm


On December 5, 1994.


On December 5, 1994, “Geffen” label released “Second Coming”, the second Stone Roses studio album. It was recorded 1992 – 1994, at “Forge Studios” in Wales, and was produced by Simon Dawson and Paul Schroeder. The album was dedicated to Philip Hall, the band’s publicist, who died of cancer in 1993. “Second Coming” was certified Platinum in UK by “BPI”.


  • Ian Brown– lead vocals, harmonica, recording of running water
  • John Squire– electric and acoustic guitars, vocals, backing vocals, recording, collage
  • Mani– bass guitar
  • Reni– drums, backing vocals, vocals, recording of running water
  • Simon Dawson – keyboards,Jew’s harp, castanets, Wurlitzer electric piano, acoustic piano, engineering
  • Paul Schroeder – engineering
  • John Leckie– recording
  • Mark Tolle – recording
  • Al “Bongo” Shaw – recording
  • Nick Brine – assistant engineering;tambourine

Track listing:

All tracks by John Squire, except where noted.

  1. Breaking into Heaven
  2. Driving South
  3. Ten Storey Love Song
  4. Daybreak – Ian Brown,Gary Mounfield, John Squire, Alan Wren
  5. Your Star Will Shine
  6. Straight to the Man – Ian Brown
  7. Begging You – John Squire, Ian Brown
  8. Tightrope
  9. Good Times
  10. Tears
  11. How Do You Sleep
  12. Love Spreads
  13. Untitled – Ian Brown, Gary Mounfield, John Squire, Alan Wren

On November 6, 1995.


On November 6, 1995, “Parlaphone” label released “Made in Heaven”, the fifteenth Queen studio album. Until the release of “Queen Forever” in 2014, it was the final album containing original material featuring the band’s original line up. Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon worked with vocal and piano parts that Mercury recorded before his death, adding new instrumentation to the recordings. The recordings were made in 1980, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1993 – 1995, at “Mountain Studios” in Allerton Hill, Cosford Mill, and “Metropolis Studios”, and were produced by Queen. The album was certified 2 x Platinum in Austria by “IFPI Austria”; Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada”; Platinum in Finland by “Musiikkituottajat”; 2 x Platinum in France by “SNEP”; 3 x Platinum in Germany by “BVMI”; Platinum in Japan by “RIAJ”; 2 x Platinum in Netherlands by “NVPI”; Platinum in Norway by “IFPI Norway”; Platinum in Poland by “ZPAV”; 2 x Platinum in Spain by “PROMUSICAE”; 3 x Platinum in Switzerland by “IFPI Switzerland”, and 4 x Platinum in UK by “BPI”.


  • Freddie Mercury– lead and backing vocals,  piano,  keyboards,  programming
  • Brian May– guitars, keyboards, piano, backing vocals, lead vocals
  • Roger Taylor– drums, percussion, keyboards, backing vocals, lead vocals
  • John Deacon– bass guitar, guitar, keyboards
  • Rebecca Leigh-White, Gary Martin, Catherine Porter, Miriam Stockley– backing vocals
  • David Richards– keyboards, co-production, engineering, mixing supervision
  • Justin Shirley-Smith – co-production, engineering
  • Josh Macrae– co-production, engineering
  • Reinhold Mack– recording of additional material in the 80’s
  • Kevin Metcalfe – mastering
  • Richard Gray – artwork, cover photographof Irena Sedlecká’s Mercury sculpture in Montreux

Track listing:

  1. It’s a Beautiful Day – Freddie Mercury, John Deacon
  2. Made in Heaven – Freddie Mercury
  3. Let Me Live – Queen
  4. Mother Love – Freddie Mercury, Brian May
  5. My Life Has Been Saved – Queen, John Deacon
  6. I Was Born to Love You – Freddie Mercury
  7. Heaven for Everyone – Roger Taylor
  8. Too Much Love Will Kill You – Brian May, Frank Musker, Elizabeth Lamers
  9. You Don’t Fool Me – Queen
  10. A Winter’s Tale – Queen, Freddie Mercury
  11. Yeah – Queen
  12. Untitled, Hidden Track – Queen, Brian May, John Taylor, David Richards


On October 10, 1998.


On February 10, 1998, “Merge Records” label released “In the Aeroplane Over the Sea”, the second and final Neutral Milk Hotel studio album. It was recorded from July to September 1997, at “Pet Sounds Studio” in Denver, and was produced by Robert Schneider. ”NME” magazine ranked it at number 98th on its list of the “Greatest Albums of All Time”.


  • Jeff Mangum– vocals, guitar, bass guitar, organ, floor tom, tape, shortwave radio, art direction
  • Jeremy Barnes– drums, organ
  • Julian Koster– Wandering Genie organ, singing saw, bowed banjo, accordion, white noise
  • Scott Spillane– trumpet, trombone, flugelhorn, euphonium, horn arrangements
  • Robert Schneider– home organ, air organ, bass, backing vocals, piano, horn arrangements
  • Laura Carter– zanzithophone
  • Rick Benjamin – trombone
  • Marisa Bissinger – saxophone, flugelhorn
  • Robert Schneider, Scott Spillane – horn arrangements
  • James Guyatt – percussion
  • Michelle Anderson – Uilleann pipes
  • Chris Bilheimer – art direction
  • Brian Dewan– illustrations

Track listing:

All tracks by Jeff Mangum, except where noted.

  1. The King of Carrot Flowers Pt. One
  2. The King of Carrot Flowers Pts. Two & Three – Jeremy Barnes, Julian Koster, Jeff Mangum, Scott Spillane
  3. In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
  4. Two-Headed Boy
  5. The Fool – Scott Spillane, Robert Schneider
  6. Holland, 1945
  7. Communist Daughter
  8. Oh Comely
  9. Ghost
  10. Untitled
  11. Two-Headed Boy Pt. Two

On December 3, 1971.


On December 3, 1971, “Island” label released “Islands”, the fourth King Crimson studio album. It  was recorded in October 1971, at the “Command Studios” in London, and was produced by Robert Fripp, Mel Collins, Ian Wallace and Boz Burrell.


  • Robert Fripp– guitar, mellotron, harmonium, sundry implements
  • Peter Sinfield– words, sounds and visions, cover design, painting
  • Mel Collins– saxophones, flute, bass flute, backing vocals
  • Ian Wallace– drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Boz Burrell– bass, lead vocals, choreography
  • Paulina Lucas – soprano vocals
  • Keith Tippett– piano
  • Robin Miller – oboe
  • Mark Charig– cornet
  • Harry Miller– double bass
  • Uncredited musicians – strings
  • Robert Ellis – photography

Track listing:

Music by Robert Fripp, lyrics by Peter Sinfield.

  1. Formentera Lady
  2. Sailor’s Tale
  3. The Letters
  4. Ladies of the Road
  5. Prelude: Song of the Gulls
  6. Islands
  7. Untitled

On September 14, 1970.

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On September 14, 1970, “Columbia Records” released The Byrds ninth album “Untitled”. The double album features live concert recordings from February 28, 1970, at the “Colden Center Auditorium”, Queens College, in New York, and from March 1, 1970, at the “Felt Forum”, in New York, and new compositions, recorded from May 26 – June 11, 1970, at the “Columbia Studios”, in Hollywood, CA. This is band’s first official release of any live recordings and first appearance on a Byrds’ record of new member Skip Battin, who had replaced the band’s previous bass player, John York, in 1969. The studio material features new composed tracks, self-penned material, including a songs composed by Byrds leader Roger McGuinn and “Broadway” theatre director Jacques Levy for a country rock musical that the pair were developing. The album was produced by Terry Melcher and Jim Dickson.


  • Roger McGuinn- guitar, Moog synthesizer, vocals
  • Clarence White- guitar, mandolin, vocals
  • Skip Battin- electric bass, vocals
  • Gene Parsons- drums, guitar, harmonica, vocals
  • Gram Parsons- backing vocal
  • Terry Melcher- piano
  • Byron Berline- fiddle
  • Sneaky Pete Kleinow- pedal steel guitar

Track listing:

Side 1 (live)

  1. Lover of the Bayou – Roger McGuinn and Jacques Levy
  2. Positively 4th Street – Bob Dylan
  3. Nashville West – Gene Parsons and Clarence White
  4. So you want to be a Rock ‘n’ Roll star – Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman
  5. Tambourine man – Bob Dylan
  6. Spaceman – Roger McGuinn

Side 2 (live)

  1. Eight miles high – Gene Clark, Roger McGuinn and David Crosby

Side 3 (studio)

  1. Chestnut Mare – Roger McGuinn and Jacques Levy
  2. Truck stop girl – Lowell George and Bill Payne
  3. All the things – Roger McGuinn and Jacques Levy
  4. Yesterday’s train – Gene Parsons and Skip Battin
  5. Hungry planet – Skip Battin, Kim Fowley and Roger McGuinn

Side 4 (studio)

  1. Just a season – Roger McGuinn and Jacques Levy
  2. Take a whiff on me – Huddie Ledbetter, John Lomax and Alan Lomax
  3. You all look alike – Skip Battin and Kim Fowley
  4. Well come back home – Skip Battin