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On January 19, 2018.

On January 18, 2018, “Roman Records” label released “Sweetzerland Manifesto”, the sixth Joe Perry album. It was recorded in 2017, and was produced by Bruce Witkin, Jack Douglas, and Joe Perry.

Personnel:

  • Joe Perry – vocals, acoustic, lap steel and electric guitars, bass, 6-String Bass, Hurdygurdy, arranger
  • Bruce Witkin – bass, loops, engineer
  • Dr. Rudy Tanzi – clavinet, Hammond B3, mellotron, piano
  • Anthony Perry – rhythm guitar, drum programming, engineer, mixing
  • Marco Moir – piano, engineer
  • David Johansen – vocals, harp
  • Dan Rothchild – bass
  • Johnny Depp – drums, executive producer
  • David Goodstein – drums
  • Zak Starkey – drums
  • Roman Perry – synthesizer programming
  • Colin Douglas – vocals, percussion
  • Jack Douglas – vocals, arrangement
  • Markita Knight  – vocals
  • Terry Reid – vocals
  • Isaac Koren – vocals
  • Torald Koren – vocals
  • Linda McCrary – vocals
  • Robin Zander – vocals
  • The Perry Boys – arranger
  • Ryan Dorn – engineer
  • Keenan Wyatt – engineer
  • Ari Blitz – engineer assistant
  • Peter Doell – mastering
  • Fleetwood Covington – paintings
  • Brian Porizek – art direction, design
  • Ross Halfin – photography
  • Alex Huggan – photography
  • Aaron Perry – photography
  • Zach Whitford – photography

Track listing:

  1. Rumble in the Jungle – Joe Perry
  2. I’ll Do happiness – Joe Perry, Terry Reid, Jack Douglas
  3. Aye, Aye, Aye – Joe Perry, Robin Zander
  4. I Wanna Roll – Joe Perry, David Johansen
  5. Sick & Tired – Joe Perry, Terry Reid, Jack Douglas
  6. Haberdasher Blues – Joe Perry, David Johansen
  7. Spanish Sushi – Joe Perry, Anthony Perry, Roman Perry
  8. Eve of Destruction – P.F. Sloan
  9. I’m Going Crazy – Joe Perry, David Johansen
  10. Won’t Let Me Go – Joe Perry, Terry Reid, Jack Douglas

On December 6, 2019.

On December 6, 2019, “Polydor” label released “Who”, the twelfth The Who studio album. It was recorded February – August 2019, at “British Grove” and “Metropolis Studios” in London, and was produced by Pete Townshend, Dave Sardy, Bob Pridden and Dave Eringa.

Personnel:

  • Roger Daltrey – lead vocals
  • Pete Townshend – lead and backing vocals, guitars, harmonicas, percussion, synthesizer tracks, violin, cello, hurdy-gurdy, effects, orchestration
  • Andrew Synowiec – acoustic guitar
  • Gordon Giltrap – acoustic guitar
  • Pino Palladino – bass
  • Gus Seyffert – bass
  • Zak Starkey – drums
  • Carla Azar – drums
  • Matt Chamberlain – drums
  • Joey Waronker – drums
  • Simon Townshend – percussion
  • Fergus Gerrand – percussion
  • Dave Sardy – percussion, mellotron, synthesizer programming
  • Benmont Tench – organ, mellotron
  • Josh Tyrrell – handclaps
  • Rowan McIntosh – handclaps
  • Martin Batchelar – programming, orchestration, orchestra arrangement, orchestra conducting
  • Rachel Fuller – orchestration
  • Peter Rotter – orchestra fixer
  • Bruce Dukov – orchestra leader
  • Peter Blake – art direction, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Pete Townshend, except where noted.

  1. All This Music Must Fade
  2. Ball and Chain
  3. I Don’t Wanna Get Wise
  4. Detour
  5. Beads on One String – Pete Townshend, Josh Hunsaker
  6. Hero Ground Zero
  7. Street Song
  8. I’ll Be Back
  9. Break the News – Simon Townshend
  10. Rockin’ in rage
  11. She Rocked My World

On August 27, 1996.

On August 26, 1996, “Griffin” label released “The Rock”, the sixth John Entwistle studio album. It was recorded 1985 – 1986, at “Hammerhead Studio” in Gloucestershire, England, and was produced by Martin Adam and The Rock.

Personnel:

  • John Entwistle– bass guitar; trumpet; trombone, post-production, cover design
  • Henry Small– lead and background vocals; trumpet; trombone
  • Gene Black – guitar
  • Devin Powers (Mark R. Adams) – guitar
  • Zak Starkey– drums
  • Adrian Cook – keyboards
  • Martin Adam – engineer
  • Bob Pridden– post-production
  • Jon Astley– mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Henry Small and Devin Powers, except where noted.

  1. Stranger in a Strange Land – Thomas Whitlock, Eddie Money, Henry Small
  2. Love Doesn’t Last – John Entwistle
  3. Suzie – Henry Small, Devin Powers, Davitt Sigerson
  4. Bridges Under the Water – John Entwistle
  5. Heartache
  6. Billy
  7. Life After Love – John Entwistle
  8. Hurricane
  9. Too Much Too Soon
  10. Last Song – John Entwistle
  11. Country Hurricane

On October 30, 2006.

On October 30, 2006, “Polydor” label released “Endless Wire”, the eleventh Who studio album. It was recorded December 2004 – May 2006, at “Eel Pie Oceanic Studios” in the Boathouse, Twickenham on the banks of the River Thames in Ranelagh and Pete Townshend’s home studio.  Most of the songs from the album were used in the rock musical adaptation of  “The Boy Who Heard Music” which debuted in July 2007 as part of “Vassar College’s Powerhouse Summer Theater” workshop series.

Personnel:

  • Roger Daltrey– lead vocals
  • Pete Townshend– vocals, guitars, bass guitar, drums, piano, keyboards, violin, banjo, mandolin, drum machine
  • Lawrence Ball– electronic music
  • Ellen Blair – viola
  • John “Rabbit” Bundrick– Hammond organ, backing vocals
  • Jolyon Dixon– acoustic guitar
  • Rachel Fuller– keyboards, orchestration supervisor
  • Peter Huntington– drums
  • Gill Morley – violin
  • Vicky Matthews – cello
  • Billy Nicholls– backing vocals
  • Pino Palladino– bass guitar
  • Stuart Ross – bass guitar
  • Zak Starkey– drums
  • Simon Townshend– backing vocals
  • Brian Right – violin
  • Richard Evans– design, art direction

Track listing:

All tracks by Pete Townshend except where noted.

  1. Fragments – Pete Townshend, Lawrence Ball
  2. A Man in a Purple Dress
  3. Mike Post Theme
  4. In the Ether
  5. Black Widow’s Eyes
  6. Two Thousand Years
  7. God Speaks of Marty Robbins
  8. It’s Not Enough
  9. God Speaks of Marty Robbins
  10. It’s Not Enough – Pete Townshend, Rachel Fuller
  11. You Stand By Me

On October 6, 2008.

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On October 6, 2008, “Big Brother Records” label released “Dig Out Your Soul”, the seventh and final Oasis studio album. It was recorded August – December 2007, at “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and January – March 2008, at “The Village Recorder” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Dave Sardy.

Personnel:

  • Liam Gallagher– vocals, tambourine
  • Noel Gallagher– vocals, electric guitar, keyboards, electronics, drums, additional percussion
  • Gem Archer– electric guitar, keyboards, bass
  • Andy Bell– bass, electric guitar, tamboura, keyboards
  • Zak Starkey– drums, percussion, additional handclaps,acoustic guitar
  • Jay Darlington– mellotron and electronics
  • The National In-Choir – backing vocals
  • Dave Sardy– mixing
  • Ryan Castle – engineering
  • Andy Brohard – Pro Toolsediting
  • Cameron Barton – engineering
  • Chris Bolster – engineering
  • Ghian Wright – engineering
  • Ian Cooper – mastering
  • Alec Gomez, Lawrie Medina – assistant

Track listing:

  1. Bag It Up – Noel Gallagher
  2. The Turning – Noel Gallagher
  3. Waiting for the Rapture – Noel Gallagher
  4. The Shock of the Lightning – Noel Gallagher
  5. I’m Outta Time – Liam Gallagher
  6. (Get Off Your) High Horse Lady – Noel Gallagher
  7. Falling Down – Noel Gallagher
  8. To Be Where There’s Life – Gem Archer
  9. Ain’t Got Nothin’ – Liam Gallagher
  10. The Nature of Reality – Andy Bell
  11. Soldier On – Liam Gallagher

On May 30, 2005.

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On May 30, 2005, “Big Brothers” label released “Don’t Believe the Truth”, the sixth Oasis studio album. It was recorded October 2004 – January 2005, at “Metropolis Studios”, “Olympic Studios”, “Strangeways Studios”, and “Wheeler End Studios” in London;”Capitol Studios” and “The Village” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Dave Sardy and Noel Gallagher.

Personnel:

  • Liam Gallagher– lead vocals, tambourine
  • Noel Gallagher– lead guitar, lead and backing vocals, bass guitar
  • Andy Bell– bass guitar, lead guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Gem Archer– rhythm guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, harmonica, backing vocals
  • Zak Starkey– drums and percussion, handclaps
  • Lenny Castro– percussion
  • Martin Duffy– piano
  • Terry Kirkbride– drums and percussion
  • Henry Phillpotts – mixing assistant
  • Paul ‘Strangeboy’ Stacey– mixing, piano and mellotron

Track listing:

  1. Turn Up the Sun – Andy Bell
  2. Mucky Fingers – Noel Gallagher
  3. Lyla – Noel Gallagher
  4. Love Like a Bomb – Liam Gallagher, Gem Archer
  5. The Importance of Being Idle – Noel Gallagher
  6. The meaning of Soul – Liam Gallagher
  7. Guess God Thinks I’m Abel – Liam Gallagher
  8. Part of the Queue – Noel Gallagher
  9. Keep the Dream Alive – Andy Bell
  10. A Bell Will Ring – Gem Archer
  11. Let There Be Love – Noel Gallagher

On February 4, 2003.

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On February 4, 2003, “Artistdirect” label released “Boomslang”, the first Johnny Marr + the Healers studio album. It was recorded in 2000, at “Clear” in  Manchester, and was produced by Johnny Marr.

Personnel:

  • Johnny Marr – vocals, guitar, synthesizer, organ, melodica
  • Alonza Bevan- bass guitar, electric piano, recorder, backing vocals
  • Zak Starkey- drums, percussion
  • Lee Spencer- synthesizer, effects
  • Liz Bonney, Dave Tolan – percussion
  • Jonni Musgrave – piano
  • Damien Foster, Denise Johnson- backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Johnny Marr except “InBetweens”; by Zak Starkey, Alonza Bevan, Adam Gray and Johnny Marr.

  1. The Last Ride
  2. Caught Up
  3. Down On the Corner
  4. Need It
  5. You Are the Magic
  6. In Betweens
  7. Another Day
  8. Headland
  9. Long Gone
  10. Something to Shout About
  11. Bangin’ On