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On February 22, 2019.

On February 22, 2019, “Warner Bros” label released “This Land”, the third Gary Clark Jr. studio album. It was recorded in 2018, at “Arlyn Studios”, and was produced by Gary Clark Jr. ,Jacob Sciba, Joseph Angel, Lab Ox, Scooter Weintraub and Mike Elizondo. At the 2020 “Grammy Awards” it won “Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album”, and the title track won “Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance”.

Personnel:

  • Gary Clark Jr. – vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion, programming, engineer
  • Doyle Bramhall II – lute
  • Jon Deas – keyboards, Hammond organ
  • Mike Elizondo – bass, synth bass
  • Alex Peterson – bass
  • Brannen Temple – drums
  • J.J. Johnson – drums
  • Sheila E. – percussion
  • Keyon Harrold – horn
  • Gabe Burch – backing vocals
  • Scooter Weinbtraub – backing vocals
  • Jacob Sciba – backing vocals
  • Gaston Jouany – backing vocals
  • Joseph Holguin – backing vocals
  • Branko Presley – backing vocals
  • Katelyn O’Neal – backing vocals
  • Lazaro Zarate – backing vocals
  • Mikayla Mundy – backing vocals
  • Pam Adams – backing vocals
  • Gabe Burch – engineer
  • Jacob Sciba – engineer
  • Joseph Holguin – engineer
  • Adam Hawkins – engineer
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Clark Jr., except where noted.

  1. This Land – Woody Guthrie
  2. What About Us
  3. I Got My Eyes on You (Locked & Loaded)
  4. I Walk Alone
  5. Feelin’ Like a Million
  6. Gotta Get into Something
  7. Got to Get Up
  8. Feed the Babies
  9. Pearl Cadillac
  10. When I’m Gone
  11. The Guitar Man
  12. Low Down Rolling Stone
  13. The Governor
  14. Don’t Wait ‘till Tomorrow
  15. Dirty Dishes Blues

On December 3, 2001.

On December 3, 2001, Thomas Grady Martin died aged 72. He was musician (guitar), founder and leader of the band Grady Martin and Slew Foot Five (later Grady Martin and his Winging Strings). As a session guitarist he was member of the Nashville A-team, and in his 50-year career he recorded and performed with Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison, Loretta Lynn, Johnny Cash, Leon Russell, Patsy Cline, J. J. Cale, Woody Guthrie, Johnny Horton, Conway Twitty, Joan Baez, Kris Kristofferson,  Arlo Guthrie, Brenda Lee, Don Woody, Sammi Smith, Marty Robbins, and Johnny Burnette. In March 2015, Martin was inducted in the “Country Music Hall of Fame”.

on october 7, 2014.

On October 7, 2014, “Inside Recordings” label released “Standing in the Breach”, the 14th Jackson Browne studio album. It was recorded 2013 – 2014, in Los Angeles, and was produced by Jackson Browne and Paul Dieter.

Personnel:

  • Jackson Browne – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano
  • Aldo López-Gavilán – piano
  • Alethea Mills – harmony vocals
  • Alex Al – bass
  • Benmont Tench – organ, piano
  • Bob Glaub – bass
  • Carlos Varela – vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Chavonne Stewart – harmony vocals
  • David Goodstein – loops
  • Don Heffington – drums
  • Greg Leisz – electric 12-string guitar, baritone guitar, tenor acoustic guitar, pedal steel guitar, lap steel guitar
  • Griffin Goldsmith – drums, tambourine, harmony vocals
  • Jay Bellerose – snare, tambourine, cymbal, percussion
  • Jeff Young – organ
  • Jim Keltner – drums
  • Julio César González – bass
  • Kevin McCormick – bass
  • Kipp Lennon – harmony vocals
  • Luis Conte – udu, tambourine, djembe, shaker
  • Mark Goldenberg – electric guitar
  • Mauricio Lewak – drums
  • Mike Thompson – organ
  • Pete Thomas – drums
  • Sebastian Steinberg – bass
  • Tal Wilkenfeld – bass
  • Taylor Goldsmith – bass, harmony vocals
  • Val McCallum – electric guitar, baritone guitar, harmony vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Jackson Browne except where noted.

  1. The Birds of St. Marks
  2. Yeah Yeah
  3. The Long Way Around
  4. Leaving Winslow
  5. If I Could Be Anywhere
  6. You Know the Night – lyrics by Woody Guthrie, music by Jackson Browne and Rob Wasserman
  7. Walls and Doors – Carlos Varela
  8. Which Side
  9. Standing in the Breach
  10. Here

On September 2, 2008.

On September 2, 2008, “The Lab” label released “Jefferson’s Tree of Liberty”, the tenth Jefferson Starship album. It was recorded in October 1970 at “Wally Heider Studios”, in San Francisco, in 1998 at “Coast Recorders” in San Francisco, in March and May 2008 at “Renegade Studios” in San Rafael, California, and was produced by Michael Gaiman, David Freiberg, and Paul Kantner.

Personnel:

  • Paul Kantner– vocals, 12-string acoustic guitar, ‘George Harrison’ lead guitar, 12-string electric guitar, banjo, glass harmonica, mixing, liner notes
  • David Freiberg– vocals, acoustic and washboard guitar, mixing, additional recording, liner notes
  • Cathy Richardson– vocals, harmonica, acoustic guitar
  • Chris Smith – piano, bass, squeezebox, drone, pennywhistle, string synthesizer
  • Slick Aguilar– tremolo and ‘Soldano’ electric guitar, lead guitar
  • Prairie Prince– drums, snare, kick, bodhran
  • Donny Baldwin– drums
  • Darby Gould– vocals
  • Diana Mangano – vocals
  • Marty Balin– vocals, acoustic guitar
  • David Grisman– mandolin
  • Grace Slick– vocals
  • David LaFlamme– violin
  • Michael Gaiman – flat-picked acoustic guitar
  • Michael Eisenstein – acoustic guitar
  • Barry Sless– pedal steel guitar
  • The Wailin’ Cowgirls (Cathy Richardson, Linda Imperial) – vocals
  • Jack Casady– bass
  • T Lavitz– keyboards
  • The I-Jays (Paul Kantner, David Freiberg, Darby Gould) – vocals
  • Alexander Kantner – electric bass guitar
  • Paul Lamb – French horn
  • Jack Traylor – vocals
  • Michael Gaiman – mixing, art and booklet design, layout and direction, liner notes
  • Paul Lamb – engineer, mixing
  • Cathy Richardson – additional recording
  • John Ovnik – additional recording
  • Paul Stubblebine – mastering
  • Rebecca Baltutis, Jesse Obstbaum – art and booklet design, layout and direction
  • Mike Thut – photography

Track listing:

  1. Wasn’t That a Time – Lee Hays, William Lowenfels, additional lyrics by Paul Kantner
  2. Follow the Drinking Gourd – traditional
  3. Santy Anno – traditional, arranged by Paul Kantner
  4. Cowboy on the Run – Dino Valenti
  5. I Ain’t Marching Anymore – Phil Ochs, additional lyrics by Cathy Richardson
  6. Chimes of Freedom – Bob Dylan
  7. Genesis Hall – Richard Thompson
  8. Kisses Sweeter Than Wine – Paul Campbell, Huddie Ledbetter
  9. Royal Canal (The Auld Triangle) – Brendan Behan
  10. Rising of the Moon – K. Casey, Turlough O’Carolan
  11. Frenario – traditional
  12. In a Crisis – World Entertainment War
  13. Maybe for You (from Windows of Heaven) – Terry Terrell
  14. Commandante Carlos Fonseca – Carlos Mejia-Godoy, Tomás Borge
  15. Pastures of Plenty – Woody Guthrie
  16. Imagine Redemption (arrangement of Imagine and Redemption Song) – John Lennon, Bob Marley, idea by Michael Gaiman
  17. On the Threshold of Fire – Paul Kantner
  18. The Quiet Joys of Brotherhood – traditional, words by Richard Fariña
  19. Surprise Surprise (hidden track) – Jack Traylor, Grace Slick, Paul Kantner

In December 1963.

In December 1963, “Capitol” label released “Time to Think”, the 17th Kingston Trio album. It was recorded in 1963 in San Francisco, and was produced by Voyle Gilmore.

Personnel:

  • Bob Shane– vocals, guitar
  • Nick Reynolds– vocals, tenor guitar
  • John Stewart– vocals, banjo, guitar
  • Dean Reilly – bass
  • John Staubard – guitar

Track listing:

  1. Patriot Game – Dominic Behan
  2. Coal Tattoo – Billy Edd Wheeler
  3. Hobo’s Lullaby – Goebel Reeves
  4. Seasons in the Sun – Rod McKuen, Jacques Brel
  5. These Seven Men – John Stewart
  6. Ally Ally Oxen Free – Rod McKuen, Sammy Yates
  7. Deportee (Plane Wreck at Los Gatos) – Woody Guthrie, Martin Hoffman
  8. No One to Talk My Troubles To – Dick Weissman
  9. If You Don t Look Around – John Stewart
  10. Turn Around – Harry Belafonte, Alan Greene, Nick Reynolds
  11. Song for a Friend – John Stewart
  12. Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream – Ed McCurdy

In December 1970.

In December 1970, “Reprise” label released the debut, self – titled Ry Cooder album. It was recorded in 1970, and was produced by Van Dyke Parks and Lenny Waronker.

Personnel:

  • Ry Cooder– vocals, guitar, mandolin, bass guitar
  • Van Dyke Parks– piano, arranger
  • Chris Ethridge – bass guitar
  • Richie Hayward – drums guitar
  • Roy Estrada – bass guitar
  • Milt Holland – drums, percussion
  • John Barbata – drums
  • Max Bennett – bass guitar
  • Bobby Bruce – violin
  • Gloria Jones- backing vocals
  • Judy Betz – production assistant
  • Lee Herschberg – engineer, mixing
  • Doug Botnick – engineer
  • Thaddeus James Lowe – engineer
  • Rudy Hill – engineer
  • Bob Kovach – engineer
  • Kirby Johnson – conductor, orchestrator
  • Airstream– photograph of the 1937 trailer pictured on the front of the album sleeve
  • Frank Bez – photograph of the Airstream trailer
  • Susan Titelman – Ry Cooder photograph on the back of the album sleeve
  • Ed Thrasher- art direction

Track listing:

  1. Alimony – Brenda Jones, Welton Young, Robert Higginbotham
  2. France Chance – Joe Callicott
  3. One Meat Ball – Louis Singer, Hy Zaret
  4. Do Re Mi – Woody Guthrie
  5. My Old Kentucky Home (Turpentine & Dandelion Wine) – Randy Newman
  6. How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live? – Alfred Reed
  7. Available Space – Ry Cooder
  8. Pigmeat – Huddie Ledbetter
  9. Police Dog Blues – Arthur Blake
  10. Goin’ to Brownsville – John Estes
  11. Dark Is the Night – Blind Willie Johnson

On July 1, 2008.

On July 1, 2008, “429 Records” label released “Join the Band”, the fifteen Little Feat studio album. It was recorded in 2008, and was produced by Mac McAnally and Bill Payne.

Personnel:

  • Paul Barrere- vocals, guitars
  • Sam Clayton- percussion, vocals
  • Kenny Gradney- bass
  • Richie Hayward- drums, backing vocals
  • Shaun Murphy- vocals
  • Bill Payne- keyboards, vocals
  • Fred Tackett- guitars, mandolin, trumpet, backing vocals
  • Brad Paisley – guitar
  • Mike Gordon – bass
  • Emmylou Harris – vocals
  • Bob Seger – vocals
  • Béla Fleck – banjo
  • Vince Gill – vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Sonny Landreth – slide guitar
  • Jim Mayer – slap and standing bass
  • Michael Utley – Hammond organ, background vocals
  • Alan Schulman – background vocals, engineer, mixing
  • David Alan Kogut – art direction

Track listing:

  1. Fat Man in the Bathtub – Lowell George
  2. Something in the Water – Al Anderson, Jeffrey Steele, Bob DiPiero
  3. Dixie Chicken – Lowell George, Fred Martin
  4. See You Later Alligator – Robert Guidry
  5. Champion of the World – Will Kimbrough
  6. The Weight – Robbie Robertson
  7. Don’t You Just Know It – Huey “Piano” Smith
  8. Time Loves a Hero – Paul Barrère, Kenny Gradney, Bill Payne
  9. Willin’ – Lowell George
  10. This Land Is Your Land – Woody Guthrie
  11. Oh Atlanta – Bill Payne
  12. Spanish Moon – Lowell George
  13. Trouble – Lowell George
  14. Sailin’ Shoes – Lowell George
  15. I Will Play for Gumbo – Jimmy Buffett (bonus track)

On June 5, 1961.

On June, 1961, “Capitol” label released “Goin’ Places”, the tenth Kingston Trio album. It was recorded in January 1961, at “Capitol Studios” in Los Angeles and was produced by Voyle Gilmore.

Personnel:

  • Dave Guard– vocals, banjo, guitar
  • Bob Shane– vocals, guitar
  • Nick Reynolds– vocals, tenor guitar, bongos, conga
  • David “Buck” Wheat– bass, guitar

Track listing:

  • You’re Gonna Miss Me – John Cohen, Dave Guard, Tom Paley, Mike Seeger
  • Pastures of Plenty – Woody Guthrie
  • Coast of California – Jane Bowers, Dave Guard
  • It Was a Very Good Year – Ervin Drake
  • Guardo el Lobo – Erich Schwandt
  • Razors in the Air – Erich Schwandt
  • Billy Goat Hill – George Arno, James Day
  • This Land Is Your Land – Woody Guthrie
  • Run Molly, Run – Bill Monroe
  • Senora – Jane Bowers, Dave Guard
  • Lemon Tree – Will Holt
  • You Don’t Knock – Roebuck “Pops” Staples, William Westbrook

On May 3, 2005.

On May 3, 2005, “Sony BMG” label released the self titled Joe Perry solo album. It was recorded in 2005, at “The Boneyard”, and was produced by Joe Perry and Paul Caruso.

Personnel:

  • Joe Perry– lead and backing vocals, guitars, bass guitar, synth guitar, keys
  • Paul Caruso- drums, hand percussion, drum programming, backing vocals, recording engineer
  • The Bonaires (Billie Paulette Montgomery Perry, Chris Noyes, Roman Perry, Jim Survis) – backing vocals
  • Ross Halfin – cover photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Perry, except where noted.

  1. Shakin’ My Cage
  2. Hold on Me
  3. Pray for Me
  4. Can’t Compare
  5. Lonely
  6. Crystal Ship – Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger, John Densmore, Jim Morrison
  7. Talk Talkin’
  8. Push Comes to Shove
  9. Twilight
  10. Ten Years
  11. Vigilante Man – Woody Guthrie
  12. Dying to Be Free
  13. Mercy

On November 23, 2004.

On November 23, 2004, “Rounder” label released “Lonely Runs Both Ways”, the twelfth Alison Krauss & Union Station album. It was recorded in 2004, at “17 Grand Recording”, “Blackbird Studio”, “Minutia Recording Studio” in Nashville, and was by Alison Krauss, Dan Tyminski, Ron Block, Jarry Douglas and Barry Bales.

Personnel:

  • Alison Krauss– lead vocals, fiddle, viola
  • Dan Tyminski– background vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin
  • Ron Block– background vocals, acoustic guitar, banjo, slide guitar
  • Jerry Douglas– dobro, lap steel guitar
  • Barry Bales– background vocals, upright bass

Track listing:

  1. Gravity – Robert Lee Castleman
  2. Restless – Robert Lee Castleman
  3. Rain Please Go Away – Del McCoury
  4. Goodbye Is All we Have – Sarah Siskind
  5. Union house Beach – Jerry Douglas
  6. Wouldn’t Be So Bad – David Rawlings, Gillian Welch
  7. Pastures of Plenty – Woody Guthrie
  8. Crazy as Me – Robert Lee Castleman
  9. Borderline – Sidney Cox, Suzanne Cox
  10. My poor Old Heart – Donna Hughes
  11. This Sad Song – Alison Brown, Alison Krauss
  12. Doesn’t Have to Be This Way – Robert Lee Castleman
  13. I Don’t Have to Live This Way – Ron Block
  14. If I Didn’t Know Any Better – John Scott Sherrill, Mindy Smith
  15. A Living Prayer – Ron Block