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On October 9, 2015.

On October 9, 2015, “Dine Alone” label released “If I Should Go Before You”, the fifth City and Colour studio album. It was recorded in 2015, and was produced by Dallas Green.

Personnel:

  • Dallas Green- vocals, guitar, congas
  • Dante Schwebel – guitar
  • Doug MacGregor – drums, percussion
  • Jack Lawrence- bass guitar
  • Matt Kelly – pedal steel, keys, trumpet
  • Alysse Gafkjen, Leah Miller Green- backing vocals
  • Karl Bareham – guitar, keyboards
  • Mark Watrous- violin

Track listing:

All tracks by Dallas Green.

  1. Woman
  2. Northern Blues
  3. Mizzy C
  4. If I Should Go Before You
  5. Killing Time
  6. Wasted Love
  7. Runaway
  8. Lover Come Back
  9. Map of the World
  10. Friends
  11. Blood
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In January 1975.

In January 1975, “RCA” label released “Play Don’t Worry”, the second Mick Ronson album. It was recorded in 1974, at “Trident Studios”, “Scorpio Sound” and “Sundragon Studios” in London, “Strawberry Studios” in Juan La Pins, France, and was produced by Mick Ronson.

Personnel:

  • Mick Ronson– vocals, guitar, bass, drums, harmonica, piano, clavinet, synthesizer, arrangements, mixing
  • Trevor Bolder– bass, horn
  • Mike Garson– piano
  • Ritchie Dharma, Aynsley Dunbar, Tony Newman– drums
  • Jeff Daly – saxophone, flutes
  • Neil Kernon– ARP synthesizer
  • Paul Francis – drums
  • John Mealing– piano
  • Ian Hunter– backing vocals
  • Vicky Silva, Miquel Brown, Beverly Baxton – backing vocals
  • Sid Sax – string conductor
  • Dennis Mackay, Peter Fielder, Ted Sharp, Ray Hendrickson, Ian Major – engineers
  • Clive Arrowsmith- photography

Track listing:

  1. Billy Porter – Mick Ronson
  2. Angel No. 9 – Craig Fuller
  3. This Is for You – Laurie Heath
  4. White Light/White Heat – Lou Reed
  5. Play Don’t Worry – Mick Ronson, Bob Sargeant
  6. Hazy Days – Mick Ronson
  7. Girl Can’t Help It – Bobby Troup
  8. Empty Bed (Io Me Ne Andrei) – Claudio Baglioni, Antonio Coggio, Mick Ronson
  9. Woman – Adam Taylor

In October 1969.

In October 1969, “Island” label released the self-titled, second Free album. It was recorded January – June 1969, at “Morgan Studios” and “Trident Studios” in London, and was produced by the head of “Island” label Chris Blackwell.

Personnel:

  • Paul Rodgers– vocals
  • Paul Kossoff– lead guitar, rhythm guitar
  • Andy Fraser– bass guitar, rhythm guitar, piano
  • Simon Kirke– drums, percussion
  • Chris Wood– flute

Track listing:

All tracks by Andy Fraser and Paul Rodgers, except where noted.

  1. I’ll Be Creepin’
  2. Songs of Yesterday
  3. Lying in the Sunshine
  4. Trouble on Double Time – Andy Fraser, Paul Rodgers, Simon Kirke, Paul Kossoff
  5. Mouthful of Grass
  6. Woman
  7. Free Me
  8. Broad Daylight
  9. Mourning Sad Morning

 

On September 2, 2016.

On September 2, 2016, “Jagjaguwar” label released “My Woman”, the third Angel Olson studio album. It was recorded in 2016, at “Vox Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Justin Raisen and Angel Olson. In November 2016, UK record chain “HMV” named “My Woman” their album of the year.

Personnel:

  • . Angel Olsen – vocals, inside photo
  • Chris Allgood – assistant
  • Stewart Bronaugh – main personnel
  • Collin Dupuis – mixing
  • Emily Elhaj – main personnel
  • Michael Harris – engineer
  • Joshua Jaeger – main personnel
  • Miles Johnson – design
  • Seth Kauffman – main personnel
  • Emily Lazar- mastering
  • Amanda Marsalis- cover photo, inside photo
  • Lisa Nance – cover painting
  • Justin Raisen – engineer, main personnel
  • Lawrence Rothman – additional production

Track listing:

All tracks by Angel Olsen.

  1. Intern
  2. Never be Mine
  3. Shut Up Kiss Me
  4. Give It Up
  5. Not Gonna Kill You
  6. Heart Shaped Face
  7. Sister
  8. Those Were the Days
  9. Woman
  10. Pops

 

In July 1970.

In July 1970, “ABC” label released “James Gang Rides Again”, the second James Gang studio album. It was recorded in November 1969 at “The Record Plant”, and was produced by Bill Szymczyk.

Personnel:

  • Joe Walsh– guitars, vocals, keyboards, piano, percussion
  • Dale Peters – bass guitars, vocals, guitars, keyboards, percussion
  • Jim Fox– drums, vocals, percussion, keyboards, organ, piano
  • Rusty Young– pedal steel guitar
  • Engineer: Bill Szymczyk
  • Remastering: Bill Szymczyk, Ted Jensen
  • Liner notes: Dale Peters, Jim Fox and Joe Walsh
  • Photography: Tom Wright

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Walsh, except where noted.

  1. Funk #49 – Jim Fox, Dale Peters, Joe Walsh
  2. Asshtonpark – Jim Fox, Dale Peters, Joe Walsh
  3. Woman – Jim Fox, Dale Peters, Joe Walsh
  4. The Bomber: Closet Queen/ Boléro/ Cast Your Fate to the Wind – Jim Fox, Dale Peters, Joe Walsh, Maurice Ravel, Vince Guaraldi
  5. Tend My Garden
  6. Garden Gate
  7. There I Go Again
  8. Thanks
  9. Ashes, the Rain and I

In July 1969.

In July 1969, “RCA Victor” label released “2525 (Exordium & Terminus)”, the debut Zager and Evans studio album. It was recorded in 1969, and was produced by Deny Zager and Rick Evans.

Personnel:

  • Mark Dalton – bass
  • Dave Trupp – drums
  • Norm Christian – drums
  • Denny Zager – guitar
  • Rick Evans – guitar
  • Bobby Christian – arranger
  • Brian Christian – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Rick Evans.

  1. In the Year 2525 (Exordium & Terminus)
  2. Woman
  3. Bayoan
  4. I Remember Heide
  5. Fred
  6. Cary Lynn Javes
  7. Less than Tomorrow
  8. Taxi Man
  9. Self
  10. In the Land of Green

On July 2, 1966.

On July 2, 1966, “Warner Bros” label released “Beau Brummels ’66”, the third Beau Brummels studio album. It was recorded in 1965, at “Mira Sound” in New York City, and was produced by Bob Mutchell and Tom Donahue.

Track listing:

  1. You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  2. Tambourine Man – Bob Dylan
  3. Louie Louie – Chuck Berry
  4. Homeward Bound – Paul Simon
  5. These Boots Are Made for Walkin’ – Lee Hazlewood
  6. Yesterday – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  7. Bang Bang – Sonny Bono
  8. Hang On Sloopy – Wes Farrell, Bert Russell
  9. Play with Fire – Mick Jagger, Keith Richard
  10. Woman – Bernard Webb (Paul McCartney pseudonym)
  11. Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter – Trevor Peacock
  12. Monday, Monday – John Phillips