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On September 11, 2020.

On September 11, 2020, “Warner Bros” label released “American Head”, the sixteenth Flaming Lips (The) studio album. It was recorded December 2019 – January 2020, at “Tarbox Road Studios” in Cassadaga, New York, “Pink Floor Studios” in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and was produced by Dave Fridmann, Scott Booker, Wayne Coyne, Steven Drozd, Michael Ivins, Derek Brown, Jake Ingalls, Matt Kirksey and Nicholas Ley.

Personnel:

  • Wayne Coyne – vocals, guitar, keyboards, recording, mixing, layout, design
  • Steven Drozd – vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, recording, mixing
  • Michael Ivins – bass, keyboards, backing vocals, recording, mixing
  • Derek Brown – keyboards, guitar, percussion, recording mixing
  • Jake Ingalls – guitar, recording, mixing
  • Matt Kirksey – drums, percussion, keyboards, recording mixing
  • Nicholas Ley – drums, percussion, recording, mixing
  • Kacey Musgraves – vocal
  • Micah Nelson – additional guitar, additional vocals
  • Kacey Musgraves – additional vocals
  • Dave Fridmann – recording, mixing, mastering
  • Dennis Coyne – recording, mixing
  • George Salisbury – layout, design
  • Kenny Coyne – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by , Wayne Coyne, Steven Drozd, Michael Ivins, Derek Brown, Jake Ingalls, Matt Kirksey and Nicholas Ley.

  1. Will You Return / When You Come Down
  2. Watching the Lightbugs Glow
  3. Flowers of Neptune 6
  4. Dinosaurs on the Mountain
  5. At the Movies on Quaaludes
  6. Mother I’ve Taken LSD
  7. Brother Eye
  8. You n Me Sellin’ Weed
  9. Mother Please Don’t Be Sad
  10. When We Die When We’re High
  11. Assassins of Youth
  12. God and the Policeman
  13. My Religion Is You

On August 2, 1988.

On August 2, 1988, “Warner Bros” label released “Let It Roll”, the eighth Little Feat studio album. It was recorded in 1988, at “The Complex” in Los Angeles, and was produced by George Massenburg and Bill Payne.

Personnel:

  • Paul Barrère – vocals, guitar
  • Fred Tackett – guitar, mandolin, trumpet 
  • Craig Fuller – vocals, button accordion, guitar
  • Bill Payne – vocals, keyboards
  • Kenny Gradney – bass guitar
  • Richie Hayward – vocals, drums
  • Sam Clayton – vocals, percussion
  • Renée Armand – vocals
  • Marilyn Martin – vocals
  • Shaun Murphy – vocals
  • Bonnie Raitt – vocals
  • Linda Ronstadt – vocals
  • Bob Seger – vocals
  • George Massenburg – recording, mixing
  • Sharon Rice, Kenny Fowler – engineer assistant
  • Ivy Skoff – production coordinator
  • Edd Kolakowski – piano technician
  • Neon Park – design

Track listing:

  1. Hate to Lose Your Lovin’ – Paul Barrere, Craig Fuller
  2. One Clear Moment – Paul Barrere, Craig Fuller, Bill Payne
  3. Cajun Girl – Martin Kibbee, Bill Payne
  4. Hangin’ on to the Good Times – Paul Barrere, Craig Fuller, Bill Payne, Fred Tackett
  5. Listen to Your Heart – Craig Fuller, Bill Payne
  6. Let it Roll – Paul Barrere, Martin Kibbe, Bill Payne
  7. Long Time till I Get Over You – Paul Barrere, Craig Fuller
  8. Business as Usual – Paul Barrere, Craig Fuller, Bill Payne
  9. Changin’ Luck – Craig Fuller, Bill Payne, Fred Tackett
  10. Voices on the Wind – Paul Barrere, Craig Fuller, Bill Payne, Fred Tackett

In July 1974.

In July 1974, “Warner Bros” label released “Lydia”, the fifth Cold Blood album. It was recorded in 1974, at “Trans-Maxiumus Sound Studios, Inc.” in Memphis, and “Clover Recorders” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Steve Cropper.

Personnel:

  • David Luell – alto, tenor and baritone saxophone, arranger
  • Jim Horn – tenor saxophone, flute
  • Fon Menza – tenor saxophone, flute
  • Peter Christlieb – tenor saxophone, flute
  • Bobby Shew – trumpet
  • Chuck Findley – trumpet
  • Paul Hubinon – trombone
  • Chuck Bennett – trombone
  • Max Haskett – trombone
  • Raul Matute – clavinet, electric piano, organ
  • Lydia Pense – lead and backing vocals
  • Michael Sasaki – guitar
  • Danny Kotch – guitar
  • Paul Vannon – guitar
  • Steve Cropper – guitar, arranger
  • Rod Ellicott – bass
  • Tommy Cathey – bass
  • Gaylord Birch – drums
  • Joe Williams – drums
  • Bobbye Hall – congas, percussion
  • The Memphis Horns
  • Brenda Gordon – backing vocals
  • Brooks Hunnicutt – backing vocals
  • Gwen Edwards – backing vocals
  • Tish Smith – backing vocals
  • Smith Dobson – backing vocals
  • Pat Coulter – backing vocals
  • Max Haskett – backing vocals
  • Eaul Malute – string and horn arrangements
  • Robert Appere – engineer, remix
  • Ron Capone – engineer
  • Herb Greene – photography

Track listing:

  1. Ready to Live
  2. Simple Love Life
  3. Under Pressure
  4. When My Love Hand Comes Down
  5. When It’s Over
  6. Considerations
  7. I Only Wanted Someone to Hear Me
  8. You’re Free Lovin’ Me
  9. Come Back into My Love Again
  10. Just Like Sunshine

In July 1971.

In July 1971, “Warner Bros” label released “Stop Your Motor”, the sixth Associations (The) studio album. It was recorded in 1971, and was produced by Jules Alexander, Larry Ramos, Jim Yester, Richard Thompson, Terry Kirkman, Brian Cole, Ted Bluechel Jr, John Tartaglia, Randy Steirling and Ray Pohlman.

Personnel:

  • Jules Alexander – vocals, lead guitar
  • Larry Ramos – vocals, lead guitar
  • Jim Yester – vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards
  • Richard Thompson – keyboards
  • Terry Kirkman – vocals, wind instruments, percussion
  • Brian Cole – vocals, bass, woodwinds
  • Ted Bluechel Jr. – drums, rhythm guitar, bass
  • Michael Shields – engineer
  • Stan Ross – engineer
  • James Metropole – photography
  • Patrick Colecchio – album coordinator

Track listing:

  1. Bring Yourself Home – Ted Bluechel
  2. Funny Kind of Song – Jules Alexander
  3. That’s Racin’ – Terry Kirkman
  4. P.F. Sloan – Jimmy Webb
  5. Silver Morning – Terry Kirkman
  6. It’s Gonna Be Real – Larry Ramos
  7. The First Sound – Terry Kirkman, Richard Thompson
  8. Along the Way – Jim Yester
  9. Traveller’s Guide (Spanish Flyer) – Brian Cole
  10. Seven Virgins – Jimmie Spheeris

In June 1979.

In June 1979, “Warner Bros” label released “Life and Love”, the 16th Leon Russell album. It was recorded in 1979, and was produces by Leon Russell.

Personnel:

  • Leon Russell – vocal, guitar, piano
  • Jody Pein – guitar
  • Marty Greeb – guitar, saxophone
  • Roger Linn – guitar
  • Mickey Raphael – harmonica
  • Roger Linn – drums, engineer
  • Bernetta Rand, Frances Pye, Lena Luckey, Wornell Jones, Joe Chemay – backing vocals
  • Tom Kemp – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Leon Russell.

  1. One More Love Song
  2. You Girl
  3. Struck By Lightning
  4. Strange Love
  5. Life and Love
  6. On the First Day
  7. High Horse
  8. Sweet Mystery
  9. On the Borderline

On June 12, 1992.

On June 12, 1992, “Warner Bros” label released “Goin’ Back to New Orleans”, the 17th Dr. John album. It was recorded in 1992, at “Ultrasonic Studios” in New Orleans, and was produced by Stewart Levine.

Personnel:

  • Dr. John (Mac Rebennack) – lead vocal, piano, electric piano, organ, guitar
  • Tommy Moran – guitar
  • Chief “Smiley” Ricks, Alfred “Uganda” Roberts, Charles Neville, Cyril Neville – percussion
  • Al Schmitt – engineer
  • Chris Rich, David Farrell, Steve Reynolds – engineer assistant
  • Tom Recchion – art direction, design
  • Lyn Bradley – design
  • Jason Jones – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Mac Rebennack, except where noted.

  1. Litanie des Saints
  2. Careless Love – Martha Koenig, Spencer Williams, W. C. Handy
  3. My Indian Red
  4. Mineburg Joys – Charles Melrose, Jellyroll Morton, Leon Roppola, Paul Mayers
  5. I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say – Ferdinand Morton
  6. Basin Street Blues – Spencer Williams
  7. Didn’t He Ramble – Hattie Bolten
  8. Do You Call That a Buddy? – Don Raye, Wesley Wilson
  9. How Come My Dog Don’t Bark (When You Come Around) – Prince Partridge
  10. Goodnight Irene – Huddie Ledbetter, John Lomax
  11. Fess Up
  12. Since I Fell for You – Buddy Johnson
  13. I’ll Be Glad When You’re Dead, You Rascal You – Sam Theard
  14. Cabbage Head – Henry Roeland Byrd, Mac Rebennack
  15. Goin’ Home Tomorrow – Alvin Young, Fats Domino
  16. Blue Monday – Dave Bartholomew
  17. Scald Dog Medley / I Can’t Go On – Huey “Piano” Smith, Dave Bartholomew, Fats Domino
  18. Goin’ Back to New Orleans – Joe Liggins

On June 10, 1972.

On June 10, 1972, “Warner Bros” label released “Moon Shadow”, the second Labelle studio album. It was recorded in 1972, at “Record Plant Studio” in Los Angeles and New York City, and was produced by Jack Adams and Vicki Wickham.

Personnel:

  • Patti LaBelle – vocals
  • Nona Hendryx – vocals
  • Sarah Dash – vocals
  • David Spinozza, Marlo Henderson, Dick Frank – guitar
  • Kenny Ascher, Leon Pendarvis, Maxayn Lewis, Michael Powell – piano
  • Andre “Mandre” Lewis – organ
  • Kenny Ascher, Andre “Mandre” Lewis – clavinet
  • Chuck Rainey, Russell George – bass guitar
  • Kenneth “Spider Webb” Rice, Rick Marotta – drums
  • Maurice Saunders, Rick Marotta – congas
  • Harold Vick – soprano saxophone
  • Buzzy Linhart – vibraphone
  • Larry Fallon – string arrangement

Track listing:

All tracks by Nona Hendryx except where noted.

  1. Won’t Get Fooled Again – Pete Townshend
  2. Sunday’s News
  3. If I Can’t Have You
  4. Ain’t It Sad It’s All Over
  5. Peace With Yourself – Sarah Dash
  6. Moonshadow – Cat Stevens
  7. Touch Me All Over
  8. I Believe That I’ve Finally Made It Home
  9. People Say They’re Changing

On June 5, 2015.

On June 5, 2015, “Warner Bros” label released “Drones”, the seventh Muse studio album. It was recorded October 2014 – April 2015, at “The Warehouse” in Vancouver, “Officine Meccaniche” in Milan, and was produced by Robert John “Mutt” Lange, Matt Bellamy, Chris Wolstenholme and Dominic Howard.

Personnel:

  • Matt Bellamy – lead vocals, guitars, piano, keyboards, arrangements
  • Chris Wolstenholme – bass, backing vocals
  • Dominic Howard – drums
  • Will Leon Thompson – dialogue
  • Michael Shiloah – dialogue
  • John F. Kennedy – recorded dialogue of April 1961 Secret Societies speech 
  • Alessandro Cortini – modular synthesizers
  • Edoardo De Angelis – concertmaster, violin
  • Sarah Cross – violin
  • Freiherr von Dellingshausen – violin
  • Anna Minella – violin
  • Elia Mariani – violin
  • Gian Guerra – violin
  • Gian Lodigiani – violin
  • Gianmaria Bellisario – violin
  • Marco Corsini – violin
  • Michelle Torresetti – violin
  • Tommaso Belli – violin
  • Valerio D’Ercole – violin
  • Maria Lucchi – viola
  • Serena Palozzi – viola
  • Valentina Emilio Eria – viola
  • Andrea Scacchi – cello
  • Eliana Gintoli – cello
  • Francesco Sacco – cello
  • Martina Rudic – cello
  • Linati Omar – contrabass
  • Massimo Clavenna – contrabass
  • Audrey Riley – string arrangements, conductor
  • Robert John “Mutt” Lange – backing vocals
  • Olle “Sven” Romo – additional programming
  • Tommaso Colliva – additional production, engineer
  • Adam Greenholtz – additional engineering
  • Eric Mosher – engineer assistant
  • Giuseppe Salvadori – engineer assistant
  • Jacopo Dorici – engineer assistant
  • John Prestage – engineer assistant
  • Tom Bailey – engineer assistant
  • Rich Costey – additional production, mixing
  • Marlo Borgatta – mixing assistant
  • Giovanni Versari – mastering
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering 
  • Matt Colton – mastering 
  • Durand Trench – dialogue recording
  • Matt Mahurin – art direction, illustration, package design

Track listing:

All tracks by Matt Bellamy, except where noted.

  1. Dead Inside
  2. Drill Sergeant
  3. Psycho
  4. Mercy
  5. Reapers
  6. The Handler
  7. JFK
  8. Defector
  9. Revolt
  10. Aftermath
  11. The Globalist – Matt Bellamy, Edward Elgar
  12. Drones – Matt Bellamy, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina

In May 1976.

In May 1976, “Warner Bros” label released “Mirror”, the fourth Graham Central Station album. It was recorded in 1976, at “Wally Heider Studios” in San Francisco, and was produced by Larry Graham.

Personnel:

  • Larry Graham – lead and backing vocals, bass guitar, synthesizer
  • David “Dynamite” Vega – vocals, guitar
  • Robert “Butch” Sam – vocals, organ, piano
  • Hershall “Happiness” Kennedy – vocals, clavinet
  • Gaylord “Flash” Birch – vocals, drums
  • Patryce “Choc’Let” Banks – vocals, drum programming, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Larry Graham.

  1. Entrow
  2. Love (Covers a Multitude of Sin)
  3. Mirror
  4. Do Yah
  5. Save Me
  6. I Got a Reason
  7. Priscilla
  8. Forever

On May 17, 2019.

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