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In June 1975.

In June 1975, “Warner Bros” label released “The Dream Weaver”, the fourth Gary Wright album. It was recorded in 1975, and was produced by Gary Wright.

Personnel:

  • Gary Wright- Hammond Organ, Fender Rhodes, Moog synthesizers, ARP String Ensemble, vocals, arranger
  • David Foster- Hammond Organ, Fender Rhodes, ARP String Ensemble
  • Bobby Lyle- synthesizers
  • Ronnie Montrose- electric guitar
  • Andy Newmark- drums
  • Jim Keltner- drums
  • Betty Sweet, David Pomeranz, Lorna Wright – backing vocals
  • Recorded and engineered by Jay Lewis
  • Mastered by Doug Sax
  • Mick Haggerty, Ed Scarsbrick – illustrations
  • Norman Seeff – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Wright except where noted.

  1. Love Is Alive
  2. Let It Out – Gary Wright, Jamie Quinn
  3. Can’t Find the Judge
  4. Made to Love You
  5. Power of Love
  6. Dream Weaver
  7. Blind Feeling
  8. Much Higher
  9. Feel for Me – Gary Wright, Tina Wright
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On June 23, 2009.

On June 23, 2009, “Warner Bros” label released “Octahedron”, the fifth Mars Volta album. It was recorded 2007 – 2008, at “99 Sutton Street” in New York City, and was produced by Omar Rodríguez-López.

Personnel:

  • Omar Rodríguez-López– guitar, synthesizers, drum machine, direction, arrangements
  • Cedric Bixler-Zavala– vocals, lyrics
  • John Frusciante– guitar
  • Juan Alderete– bass guitar
  • Thomas Pridgen– drums
  • Marcel Rodríguez-López– keyboards, synthesizers, mellotron, percussion
  • Isaiah “Ikey” Owens
  • Mark Aanderud– additional piano
  • Jeremy Michael Ward- intro recording
  • Omar Rodríguez-López, Isaiah Abolin, Lars Stalfors, Shaun Sullivan – recording engineer
  • Rich Costey– mixing
  • Noah Goldstein, Lee Foster – mixing assistant
  • Howie Weinberg– mastering
  • Jeff Jordan– original artwork
  • Sonny Kay– layout and design

Track listing:

All lyrics by Cedric Bixler-Zavala, all music by Omar Rodríguez-López.

  1. Since We’ve Been Wrong
  2. Teflon
  3. Halo of Nembutals
  4. With Twilight as My Guide
  5. Cotopaxi
  6. Copernicus
  7. Luciforms

 

In June 1974.

In June 1974, “Warner Bros” label released “Holiday”, the fourth America studio  album. It was recorded April – May 1974, at “AIR Studios” in London, and was produced by George Martin.

Personnel:

  • Gerry Beckley and Dan Peek – bass, keyboards, guitars
  • Dewey Bunnell – guitars
  • Willie Leacox – drums, percussion
  • George Martin– arranger, keyboards
  • Geoff Emerick- engineering
  • Peter Henderson – tape operator
  • Gary Burden – art direction

Track listing:

  1. Miniature – Gerry Beckley
  2. Tin Man – Dewey Bunnell
  3. Another Try – Gerry Beckley
  4. Lonely People – Dan Peek, Catherine Peek
  5. Glad to See You – Dan Peek
  6. Mad Dog – Gerry Beckley
  7. Hollywood – Dewey Bunnell
  8. Baby It’s Up to You – Gerry Beckley
  9. You – Dan Peek
  10. Old Man Took – Dewey Bunnell
  11. What Does It Matter – Gerry Beckley
  12. In the Country – Dan Peek

In June 1972.

In June 1972, “Warner Bros” label released “School’s Out”, the fifth Alice Cooper studio album. It was recorded in 1972, at “The Record Plant” in New York City, and was produced by Bob Ezrin. The album cover was by Craig Braun.

Personnel:

  • Alice Cooper– vocals
  • Glen Buxton– lead guitar
  • Michael Bruce– rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Dennis Dunaway– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Neal Smith– drums, backing vocals
  • Bob Ezrin– keyboards
  • Dick Wagner– lead guitar
  • Rockin’ Reggie Vincent – guitar, backing vocals
  • Wayne Andre– trombone

Track listing:

  1. School’s Out – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith
  2. Luney Tune – Alice Cooper, Dennis Dunaway
  3. Gutter Cat vs. the Jets – Glen Buton, Dennis Dunway, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim
  4. Street Fight – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith
  5. Blue Turk – Alice cooper, Michael Bruce
  6. My Stars – Alice Cooper, Bob Ezrin
  7. Public Animal #9 – Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce
  8. Alma Mater – Neal Smith
  9. Grand Finale – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Bob Ezrin, Neal Smith, Mack David, Leonard Bernstein

On June 18, 1991.

On June 18, 1991, “Warner Bros” label released “For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge”  (known as F.U.C.K.), the ninth Van Halen studio album. It was recorded March 1990 – April 1991, at “5150 Studios” and “Studio City”, in California, and was produced by Andy Johns, Ted Templeman, Eddie Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, Sammy Hagar and Michael Anthony. The album was certified Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada” and 3 x Platinum in US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Eddie Van Halen– lead guitar, keyboards, electric drill, backing vocals
  • Alex Van Halen– drums, percussion
  • Sammy Hagar– lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Michael Anthony– bass, backing vocals
  • Steve Lukather– guitars, backing vocals
  • Andy Johns – engineer, mixing
  • Ted Templeman – mixing
  • Lee Herschberg – engineer
  • Michael Scott – engineer, mixing
  • Jeri Heiden – art direction
  • David Seltzer – photography
  • Glen Wexler – photograph

.Track listing:

All tracks by Eddie Van Halen, Michael Anthony, Sammy Hagar and Alex Van Halen.

  1. Poundcake
  2. Judgement Day
  3. Spanked
  4. Runaround
  5. Pleasure Dome
  6. In ‘n’ Out
  7. Man on a Mission
  8. The Dream Is Over
  9. Right Now
  10. 316
  11. Top of the World

On June 17, 2016.

On June 17, 2016, “Warner Bros” label released “The Getaway”, the eleventh Red Hot Chili Peppers studio album. It was recorded 2015 – 2016, at the “The Sound Factory” in Hollywood, and was produced by Danger Mouse.The album cover was a painting by Kevin Peterson. The album was certified Platinum in Hungary by “MAHASZ” and in Poland by “ZPAV”.

Personnel:

  • Anthony Kiedis– lead vocals
  • Josh Klinghoffer– guitars, backing vocals, bass, piano
  • Flea– bass, piano, trumpet
  • Chad Smith– drums, percussion
  • Brian ‘Danger Mouse’ Burton– mellotron, organ, synthesizers
  • Elton John– piano
  • Mauro Refosco– percussion
  • Anna Waronker– backing vocals
  • Beverley Chitwood – vocal
  • Daniele Luppi– string arrangements, conduction
  • Jeremy Levy – score preparation
  • Chris Tedesco – string quartet contractor
  • Peter Kent – 1st violin
  • Sharon Jackson – 2nd violin
  • Briana Bandy – viola
  • Armen Ksajikian – cello
  • SJ Hasman – vocal choir contractor, choir
  • Choir – Beverley Chitwood, Alexx Daye, David Loucks, Kennya Ramsey, Matthew Selby, Loren Smith, Gregory Whipple
  • Nigel Godrich– mixing engineer, additional programming
  • Stephen Marcussen– mastering
  • John Armstrong – mix assistant
  • Samuel Petts-Davies – mix engineering
  • Kennie Takahasi – recording
  • Kevin Peterson – cover artwork
  • Alex Tenta – design, layout
  • Steve Keros – photos
  • Todd Monfalcone – assistant engineer
  • Chris Warren, Greg Fidelman, Andrew Scheps – pre-production engineers

Track listing:

  1. The Gateway – Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Josh Klinghoffer, Chad Smith, Brian Burton
  2. Dark Necessities – Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Josh Klinghoffer, Chad Smith, Brian Burton
  3. We Turn Red – Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Josh Klinghoffer, Chad Smith, Brian Burton
  4. The Longest Wave – Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Josh Klinghoffer, Chad Smith
  5. Goodbye Angels – Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Josh Klinghoffer, Chad Smith
  6. Sick Love – Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Josh Klinghoffer, Chad Smith, Elton John, Bernie Taupin
  7. Go Robot – Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Josh Klinghoffer, Chad Smith
  8. Feasting on the Flowers – Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Josh Klinghoffer, Chad Smith, Brian Burton
  9. Detroit – Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Josh Klinghoffer, Chad Smith
  10. This Ticonderoga – Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Josh Klinghoffer, Chad Smith
  11. Encore – Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Josh Klinghoffer, Chad Smith
  12. The Hunter – Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Josh Klinghoffer, Chad Smith, Brian Burton
  13. Dreams of Samurai – Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Josh Klinghoffer, Chad Smith

 

In June 1971.

In June 1971, “Warner Bros” label released “It Ain’t Easy”, the sixth Long John Baldry album. It was recorded December 1970 – February 1971, and was produced by Rod Stewart and Elton John.

Personnel:

  • Long John Baldry – vocals, 12-string guitar
  • Maggie Bell- vocals
  • Elton John- organ, piano
  • Ron Wood- guitar
  • Alan Skidmore- tenor saxophone
  • Lesley Duncan- background vocals
  • Tony Hazzard- background vocals
  • Sam Mitchell – dobro, guitar, slide guitar
  • Doris Troy- background vocals
  • Ian Armit – piano
  • Tony Burrows- background vocals
  • Kay Garner – background vocals
  • Ricky Brown – bass
  • Dave Glover – bass
  • Roger Pope – drums
  • Caleb Quaye- organ, guitar
  • Ray Jackson- mandolin
  • Joshua M’Bopo – guitar
  • Liza Strike – background vocals

Track listing:

  1. Intro: Conditional Discharge – Long John Baldry, Ian Armitt
  2. Don’t Try to Lay No Boogie-Woogie on the King of Rock and Roll – Jeff Thomas
  3. Black Girl – traditional, Lead Belly
  4. It Ain’t Easy – Ron Davies
  5. Morning, Morning -Tuli Kupferberg
  6. I’m Ready – Willie Dixon
  7. Let’s Burn Down the Cornfield – Randy Newman
  8. Rubin – Lesley Duncan
  9. Rock Me When He’s Gone – Elton John, Bernie Taupin
  10. Flying – Ronnie Wood, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Lane