Tag: Feature LP

Thursday 6/30/22 9:30pm ET: Feature LP: Donna Summer – Anthology (1993)

The Donna Summer Anthology is a double compilation album by the American singer Donna Summer, released by Polygram Records in 1993. The compilation featured the majority of Summer’s best known songs right from the start of her success to the present day. Summer had originally made her name during the disco era in the 1970s and in the decade that followed had experimented with different styles. Most of the tracks on this compilation are the original album versions of the songs, which were sometimes edited down for their release as a single. Included for the first time are two remixed tracks from her then previously unreleased I’m a Rainbow album, which had been recorded in 1981 but had been shelved by her record company at the time. The album also featured the Giorgio Moroder-penned and produced song “Carry On”‘, marking the first time Summer and Moroder had worked together since 1981. Summer and Moroder, together with Pete Bellotte had written the vast majority of her 1970s disco hits. Four years later, “Carry On” would be remixed and become a big dance hit. It also won Summer a Grammy for Best Dance Recording, her first win since 1984 and her fifth win in total.

“Love to Love You Baby” 3:21
“Could It Be Magic” 3:54
“Try Me, I Know We Can Make It” 4:46
“Spring Affair” 4:02
“Love’s Unkind” 4:26
“I Feel Love” 5:51
“Once Upon a Time” 4:00
“Rumour Has It” 4:54
“I Love You” 4:41
“Last Dance” 8:08
“MacArthur Park” 6:25
“Heaven Knows” 3:52
“Hot Stuff” 3:44
“Bad Girls” 4:56
“Dim All the Lights” 4:23
“Sunset People” 6:24

“No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)” 8:08
“On the Radio” 4:01
“The Wanderer” 3:45
“Cold Love” 3:38
“I’m a Rainbow” (Remix) 4:04
“Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina” 4:20
“Love Is in Control (Finger on the Trigger)” 4:19
“State of Independence” 5:49
“She Works Hard for the Money” 3:25
“Unconditional Love” 4:41
“There Goes My Baby” 4:06
“Supernatural Love” 3:34
“All Systems Go” 4:10
“This Time I Know It’s for Real” 3:36
“I Don’t Wanna Get Hurt” 3:26
“When Love Cries” 5:14
“Friends Unknown” 3:44
“Carry On”

Thursday 6/30/22 9pm ET: Feature LP: Various – Ice Road Soundtrack (2021)

The Ice Road Soundtrack released July 2, 2021

  1. All I Do Is Drive – Jason Isbell 02:50
  2. Rubber Meets The Road – Brantley Gilbert, Tyler Hubbard 02:32
  3. Eighteen Wheels & a Dozen Roses – Carly Pearce 03:13
  4. I’ve Been Everywhere – L.A. Rats 04:00
  5. We Got Fight – Gary Levox 03:35
  6. I’m Moving On – Miranda Lambert 03:11
  7. 6 Days on the Road – The Cadillac Three 02:51
  8. Don’t Come Lookin’ – Jackson Dean 03:08
  9. Heart Made of Steel – The Assassinsz 04:35
  10. All Coming Down – Mark Collie, Allison Moorer 03:14
  11. Drive – Tim McGraw 03:59

Thursday 6/30/22 8pm ET: Feature LP: Foster The People – Sacred Hearts Club (2017)

Sacred Hearts Club is the third studio album by American indie pop band Foster the People, released on July 21, 2017, through Columbia Records. The album was preceded by the extended play III, which is composed of three tracks from the album. Departing from the organic, acoustic sound of their previous 2014 album, it draws upon soul, dance, and electronic genres while maintaining their signature indie pop sound. The lyrics address themes of love, politics, fame, and youth, and, similar to their previous albums, are often at odds with the upbeat musical production. This is also their first studio album to feature long-time touring musicians Isom Innis and Sean Cimino as official members. It received primarily mixed reviews upon release, with many critics praising the experimentation while disliking the album’s lack of musical consistency. Despite the mixed reception, the album’s single “Sit Next to Me” has reached a peak of number 42 on the Billboard Hot 100 and sold over two million copies across North America.

1. “Pay the Man” 3:53
2. “Doing It for the Money” 3:46
3. “Sit Next to Me” 4:03
4. “SHC” 4:16
5. “I Love My Friends” 3:45
6. “Orange Dream” 1:20
7. “Static Space Lover” 4:00
8. “Lotus Eater” 3:02
9. “Time to Get Closer” 0:57
10. “Loyal Like Sid & Nancy” 4:40
11. “Harden the Paint” 3:54
12. “III” 4:09

Mark Foster – lead vocals, guitar, bass, drums, percussion, piano, programming, synthesizer, vibraphone, production
Mark Pontius – drums, percussion
Sean Cimino – guitar, piano, keyboards, backing vocals
Isom Innis – piano, keyboards, drums, bass, percussion, backing vocals, production

Austin Mensales – guitar
Derek “MixedByAli” Ali – mix engineering
Manny Marroquin – mix engineering
Chris Galland – mix engineering
Rich Costey – mix engineering
Martin Cooke – mix engineering
Nicolas Fournier – mix engineering
Jeff Jackson – engineering assistance
Robin Florent – engineering assistance
Cyrus “Nois” Taghipour – engineering assistance
Tyler Page – engineering assistance
Greg Calbi – master engineering
Steve Fallone – master engineering
Josh Abraham – production
Oliver Goldstein – production, drums
Lars Stalfors – production
Jena Malone – guest vocals (“Static Space Lover”)

Thursday 6/30/22 7pm ET: Feature LP: Martika (1988)

Martika is the debut studio album by former child actor and teen pop singer Martika, released October 18, 1988 through CBS Records.

The album marked the solo debut for Martika, and spawned the American #1 single “Toy Soldiers”. The song is about drug addiction, but can sound like a break-up ballad. The song was later sampled by rapper Eminem for his 2004 song “Like Toy Soldiers” featuring Martika as the chorus singer. Songs that charted internationally included “More Than You Know”, “Water”, and “I Feel the Earth Move”, a Carole King cover that cracked the American Top 25. Stylistically the music was strictly pop, despite exploring some adult topics lyrically. The song “Water” is partially sung in Spanish, an homage to Martika’s Cuban ancestry. Other songs were re-recorded fully in Spanish for international release.

“If You’re Tarzan, I’m Jane” 4:20
“Cross My Heart” 3:52
“More Than You Know” 4:10
“Toy Soldiers” 4:51
“You Got Me Into This” 4:11
“I Feel the Earth Move” 4:12
“Water” 4:39
“It’s Not What You’re Doing” 4:13
“See If I Care” 3:41
“Alibis” 3:50

Martika – lead and backing vocals, shaker
Greg Smith – keyboards (tracks 1, 4 & 6)
Claude Gaudette – keyboards, drum programming, additional keyboards (tracks 1, 2, 5–7)
Brad Cole – keyboards, additional keyboards, synthesizers (tracks 2, 3, 5 & 8)
Marvin Morrow – keyboards, drum programming (tracks 3 & 9)
Mitch Kaplan – keyboards (track 10)
Mark Leggett – guitar (tracks 1–5 & 7–9)
Don Kirkpatrick – guitar (track 6)
David Macias – guitar (track 10)
Marc Jones – bass (track 10)
Paulinho Da Costa – percussion (tracks 5, 7 & 9)
Omar Martinez – drums (track 10)
Michael Jay – drum programming, backing vocals (tracks 1, 2, 4–6, 8 & 9)
Christopher Ainsworth – drum programming (track 7)
Michael Mattioli – saxophone (track 10)
Clif Magness – backing vocals (track 1)
Davey Faragher – backing vocals (track 1)
Michael Cruz – backing vocals (track 1)
Rick Jude Palombi – backing vocals (tracks 1, 3 & 7)
Donna De Lory – backing vocals (tracks 3 & 6)
Niki Haris – backing vocals (track 3)
Alitzah Wiener – backing vocals (track 4)
Devyn Puett – backing vocals (track 4)
Kimberly McCullough – backing vocals (track 4)
Marlen Landin – backing vocals (track 4)
Rahsaan Patterson – backing vocals (tracks 4, 7 & 10)
Rasha Patterson – backing vocals (track 4)
Renee Sands – backing vocals (track 4)
Stacy Ferguson – backing vocals (track 4)
Mona Lisa – backing vocals, keyboards (track 3)
Laura Creamer – backing vocals (track 7)
Mendy Lee – backing vocals (track 7)
Sue Sheridan – backing vocals (track 7)

Thursday 6/30/22 6pm ET: Feature LP: Doobie Brothers – Best of Volume II (1981)

Best of the Doobies, Vol. II is a compilation album by the Doobie Brothers released in November 1981. The album was released with ten tracks, all of them singles from albums released before 1981. The album peaked at No. 39 on the Billboard Top LPs chart and was certified Gold by the RIAA.

“Little Darling (I Need You)”
“Echoes of Love”
“You Belong to Me”
“One Step Closer”
“What a Fool Believes”
“Dependin’ on You”
“Here to Love You”
“One by One”
“Real Love”
“Minute by Minute”

Michael McDonald – vocals, keyboards
Patrick Simmons – guitars, backing vocals, lead vocals (2,6,8)
Keith Knudsen – drums, backing vocals
Tiran Porter – bass guitar, backing vocals
Jeff Baxter – guitars (all tracks except 4,8,9)
John Hartman – drums (all tracks except 4,8,9)
Cornelius Bumpus – sax, keyboards, vocals (4/8/9), lead vocal (4)
John McFee – guitar, vocals (4/8/9)
Chet McCracken – drums (4/8/9)
Herb Pederson – banjo
Byron Berline – violin
Norton Buffalo – harmonica
Jeff Gilkinson – sitar
Andrew Love – saxophone
Ben Cauley – trumpet
Bill Payne – synthesizer

Thursday 6/30/22 10am ET: Feature LP: Andy Gibb – Shadow Dancing (1978)

Shadow Dancing is the second studio album by English singer-songwriter Andy Gibb, released in June 1978 in the United States and September 1978 in the United Kingdom. It was Gibb’s highest charting album in some countries including America and in Canada. This LP was his only album to chart in the UK. Four singles, including the three US Top 10 singles, were released from the album.

Continuing the momentum of his first successes, notably “I Just Want to Be Your Everything”, he began work with the Gibb-Galuten-Richardson production team on his second album. Although the album is not currently in print, it was released to iTunes along with the other two Andy Gibb albums in 2011.

  1. “Shadow Dancing” 4:34
  2. “Why” 4:31
  3. “Fool for a Night” 3:20
  4. “An Everlasting Love” 4:06
  5. “(Our Love) Don’t Throw It All Away” 4:07
  6. “One More Look at the Night” 3:45
  7. “Melody” 4:00
  8. “I Go For You” 4:19
  9. “Good Feeling” 3:46
  10. “Waiting For You” 4:13

Andy Gibb – lead vocals
Barry Gibb – background vocals on “Shadow Dancing”, “Why”, “An Everlasting Love”, Don’t Throw It All Away”, orchestral arrangement on “Shadow Dancing”, “An Everlasting Love”, “One More Look at the Night”, “Good Feeling” and “Don’t Throw It All Away”
John Sambataro – harmony and backing vocals, slide guitar on “Why”
Joey Murcia – guitar
Tim Renwick – guitar
Don Felder – guitar on “I Go for You”
Jock Bartley – guitar on “Why”
George Bitzer – keyboards, synthesizer
Paul Harris – keyboards on “Don’t Throw It All Away”
Harold Cowart – bass guitar
Joe Lala – percussion
Ron Ziegler – drums
Neil Bonsanti – horns
Ken Faulk – horns
Peter Graves – horns
Bill Purse – horns
Whit Sidener – horns
Stan Webb – horns
Albhy Galuten – orchestral arrangement
Blue Weaver – orchestral arrangement on “Don’t Throw It All Away”

Thursday 6/30/22 9am ET: Feature LP: James Taylor – JT (1977)

JT is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter James Taylor. It was released on June 22, 1977 via Columbia Records, making it his first album released for the label. Recording session took place from March 15 to April 24, 1977 at The Sound Factory in Los Angeles with Val Garay. Production was handled by Peter Asher.

The album peaked at number 4 on the Billboard 200 albums chart in the United States and was Taylor’s highest-charting album since Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon. By January 31, 1997, it was certified 3 times Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. At the 20th Annual Grammy Awards, it was also nominated for Grammy Award for Album of the Year, but lost to Rumours by Fleetwood Mac.

The album spawned four singles: “Bartender’s Blues”, “Handy Man” (Taylor’s final top 10 hit), “Your Smiling Face” and “Honey Don’t Leave L.A.”. “Handy Man”, a Jimmy Jones cover, peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the Adult Contemporary and won the Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance. “Your Smiling Face”, the other big hit, peaked at #20 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #6 on the Adult Contemporary chart. The record also contains other Taylor classics such as “Secret O’ Life” and “Terra Nova”, with the participation of Taylor’s then-wife Carly Simon.

  1. “Your Smiling Face” 2:50
  2. “There We Are” 3:02
  3. “Honey Don’t Leave L.A.” 3:05
  4. “Another Grey Morning” 2:44
  5. “Bartender’s Blues” 4:12
  6. “Secret O’ Life” 3:34
  7. “Handy Man” 3:17
  8. “I Was Only Telling a Lie” 3:24
  9. “Looking for Love on Broadway” 2:23
  10. “Terra Nova” 4:32
  11. “Traffic Jam” 1:58
  12. “If I Keep My Heart Out of Sight” 3:01

James Taylor – lead and backing vocals, acoustic guitar
Danny Kortchmar – guitars
Dan Dugmore – steel guitar (tracks: 2, 5)
Dr. Clarence McDonald – keyboards
Leland Sklar – bass guitar
Russ Kunkel – drums, castanets (track 7), wood block (track 9), tambourine and handclaps (track 10)
Peter Asher – cowbell (track 3), castanets (track 7), cabasa (tracks: 7, 9), wood block (track 9), tambourine and handclaps (track 10), producer
David Sanborn – saxophone (track 3)
Red Callender – tuba (track 10)
David Campbell – string arrangements and conductor (tracks: 1, 5), viola (track 2)
Linda Ronstadt – harmony vocals (track 5)
Leah Kunkel – backing vocals (track 7)
Carly Simon – harmony vocals (track 10)

Wednesday 6/29/22 11pm ET: Feature LP: Genesis – Invisible Touch (1986)

Invisible Touch is the 13th studio album by the English rock band Genesis, released on June 6, 1986 by Atlantic Records in the United States and June 9, 1986 by Charisma and Virgin Records in the United Kingdom. After taking a break in group activity for each member to continue with their solo projects in 1984, the band reconvened in October 1985 to write and record Invisible Touch with engineer and producer Hugh Padgham. As with their previous album, it was written entirely through group improvisations and no material developed prior to recording was used.

Invisible Touch was a worldwide success and reached No. 1 on the UK Albums Chart and No. 3 on the US Billboard 200. It remains the band’s highest selling album after it was certified multi-platinum for over 1.2 million copies sold in the UK and 6 million sold in the US. Genesis became the first band and foreign act to have five singles from one album reach the top five on the US Billboard Hot 100, with “Invisible Touch” being their first and only song to reach No. 1 on the charts. The album received mixed reviews upon its release and retrospectively, with several reviews, both positive and negative, observing its similarity to Collins’s solo records and their commercial pop-oriented sound. In 2007, the album was re-released with new stereo and 5.1 surround sound mixes.

  1. “Invisible Touch” 3:29
  2. “Tonight, Tonight, Tonight” 8:53
  3. “Land of Confusion” 4:45
  4. “In Too Deep” 4:58
  5. “Anything She Does” 4:09
  6. “Domino”
    Part One – In the Glow of the Night”
    Part Two – The Last Domino”” 10:44
  7. “Throwing It All Away” 3:53
  8. “The Brazilian” 4:50

Tony Banks – Sequential Circuits Prophet 10, Yamaha CP-70 electric grand piano, NED Synclavier (ORK version), E-mu Emulator II, ARP Quadra, Yamaha DX7, Yamaha TX816, Bass Synthesizer
Phil Collins – Lead vocals, backing vocals, drums, Simmons electronic drums, percussion, Drum-Machine
Mike Rutherford – Shergold double-neck guitars, bass guitars, Taurus Moog Bass Pedals

Wednesday 6/19/22 10pm ET: Feature LP: Sarah McLachlan – Surfacing (1997)

Surfacing is the fourth studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan. Released July 15, 1997, it was produced by McLachlan’s frequent collaborator, Pierre Marchand. The album reached the top position on the Canadian RPM 100 Albums chart, number two on the US Billboard 200 and became her first album to reach the top 50 outside of North America, achieving that in the UK, Australia and the Netherlands. It was certified as Diamond in sales in Canada and as 8× Platinum in sales in the US. Critical reviews were mixed; some of the more positive reviews praised the songwriting, while the album’s detractors criticized it as banal and slow.

The album spawned three top-three hits on the Canadian Singles Chart, including “Building a Mystery”, which spent 8 weeks at number one, “Sweet Surrender”, which reached number two, and “Adia” which ascended to number three. The fourth single “Angel” peaked at number nine, but did reach number three on the Canadian Adult Contemporary Chart, something the other three singles also achieved. Two of the songs, “Adia” and “Angel” were US Billboard Hot 100 top-five hits (the latter also peaking at number one on the Billboard Adult Contemparary Chart) while “Building a Mystery” was a top-15 hit and “Sweet Surrender” was a top-30 hit. “Adia” and “Angel” became her first songs to reach the top 40 in some countries outside of North America.

The album won four Juno Awards including for Album of the Year. “Building a Mystery” was awarded the Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, while the instrumental-only song “Last Dance” won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance.

  1. “Building a Mystery” 4:07
  2. “I Love You” 4:44
  3. “Sweet Surrender” 4:00
  4. “Adia” 4:05
  5. “Do What You Have to Do” 3:47
  6. “Witness” 4:47
  7. “Angel” 4:30
  8. “Black & White” 5:02
  9. “Full of Grace” 3:41
  10. “Last Dance” 2:33

Sarah McLachlan – lead vocals, background vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano
Jim Creeggan – upright bass
Yves Desrosiers – electric guitar, lap steel guitar, slide bass, saw
Pierre Marchand – bass guitar, drum machine, background vocals, keyboards
Brian Minato – bass guitar, electric guitar
Michel Pepin – electric guitar
Ashwin Sood – drums, percussion, piano, background vocals

Wednesday 6/29/22 9:15pm ET: Feature LP: Roxy Music – Flesh + Blood (1980)

Flesh and Blood is the seventh studio album by the English rock band Roxy Music. Released May 23, 1980, it was an immediate commercial success peaking at No. 1 in the UK for one week in June and then returned to the summit in August for another three weeks, in total spending 60 weeks on the albums chart in the United Kingdom. The album also peaked at No. 35 in the United States and No. 10 in Australia.

The album was preceded by the single “Over You”, a No. 5 UK hit that also provided the band with a rare US chart entry at No. 80. Two more hit singles followed: “Oh Yeah” (UK #5) and “Same Old Scene” (UK No. 12, AUS #35). Flesh + Blood also included two cover versions: The Byrds’ “Eight Miles High” and Wilson Pickett’s “In the Midnight Hour”. The latter was released as a single in some territories. In addition, the album’s title track along with the aforementioned “Over You” and “Eight Miles High” peaked at number forty-six on the Billboard dance charts.

The album was made after their drummer Paul Thompson had left the band, essentially making Roxy Music a three-piece band consisting of Bryan Ferry, Andy Mackay and Phil Manzanera.

  1. “In the Midnight Hour” 3:09
  2. “Oh Yeah” 4:51
  3. “Same Old Scene” 3:57
  4. “Flesh and Blood” 3:08
  5. “My Only Love” 5:18
  6. “Over You” 3:27
  7. “Eight Miles High” 4:55
  8. “Rain Rain Rain” 3:20
  9. “No Strange Delight” 4:44
  10. “Running Wild” 5:03

Bryan Ferry – vocals, keyboards, piano, synthesizer (on track 4), guitar (on track 4), and strings (on track 5)
Andy Mackay – saxophones, oboe
Phil Manzanera – guitar, bass (on track 6)
Paul Carrack – strings (on track 2), organ, piano (on track 10)
Neil Hubbard – guitar (on tracks 1, 2, 5, and 7–10)
Neil Jason – bass (on tracks 2, 7, and 9)
Andy Newmark – drums (on tracks 4 and 5)
Simon Phillips – percussion (on track 5)
Allan Schwartzberg – drums (on tracks 1-3 and 6–10), percussion (on tracks 4 and 5)
Alan Spenner – bass (on tracks 3–5, 8, and 10)
Gary Tibbs – bass (on track 1)

Wednesday 6/29/22 8pm ET: Feature LP: Chicago Transit Authority (1969) Chicago I

The Chicago Transit Authority is the self-titled debut album by the Chicago-based rock band Chicago (then known as Chicago Transit Authority). It was recorded and released in 1969. For this inaugural recording effort the group was nominated for a Grammy Award for 1969 Best New Artist of the Year. The album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2014. The album stayed on the Billboard 200 for 171 weeks, beating the previous record for a rock album’s longevity of 155 weeks and has been certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

  1. “Introduction” 6:35
  2. “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?” 4:35
  3. “Beginnings” 7:54
  4. “Questions 67 and 68” 5:03
  5. “Listen” 3:22
  6. “Poem 58” 8:35
  7. “Free Form Guitar” 6:47
  8. “South California Purples” 6:11
  9. “I’m a Man” 7:43
  10. “Prologue, August 29, 1968” 0:58
  11. “Someday (August 29, 1968)” 4:11
  12. “Liberation” 14:38

Peter Cetera – bass, lead and backing vocals
Terry Kath – guitars, lead and backing vocals
Robert Lamm – keyboards, lead and backing vocals
Lee Loughnane – trumpet, claves, backing vocals
James Pankow – trombone, cowbell
Walter Parazaider – saxophone, tambourine, backing vocals
Danny Seraphine – drums, percussion

Wednesday 6/29/22 10am ET: Feature Artist & Feature LP: Colin Hay – Now and The Evermore (2022)

Colin James Hay (born June 29, 1953) is a Scottish-born Australian-American musician, singer, songwriter, and actor. He came to prominence as the lead vocalist of the band Men at Work and later as a solo artist. Hay’s music has been used frequently by actor and director Zach Braff in his work, which helped a career rebirth in the mid-2000s. Hay has also been a member of Ringo Starr’s Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band.

Hay has made appearances in movies such as Cosi and in television shows such as The Larry Sanders Show, JAG, The Mick Molloy Show, A Million Little Things, and Scrubs. along with episodes of ABC’s What About Brian, NBC’s The Black Donnellys, CBS’s Cane, and the BBC hospital drama Casualty, have included performances of some of his previous songs; in Scrubs he performs an acoustic version of the Men at Work hit “Overkill”.

Feature Album: Now and The Evermore (Released March 18, 2022)

1 Now and the Evermore 3:37
2 Love Is Everywhere 3:48
3 Into the Bright Lights 3:30
4 The Sea of Always 3:27
5 Starfish and Unicorns 3:29
6 A Man Without a Name 3:38
7 Undertow 3:39
8 All I See Is You 3:52
9 Agatha Bell 3:32
10 When Does the End Begin? 3:33

David Angell Violin
Gregg Bissonette Drums, Percussion
Alec Blazek Trumpet
Jimmy Branly Drums
Matt Coles Drums (Snare), Engineer, Mixing
David Davidson Violin
Jimmy Earl Guitar (Bass)
Chad Fischer Drums (Snare), Engineer, Vocals (Background)
Michael Georgiades Composer, Guitar (Acoustic)
Scheila Gonzalez Saxophone
Colin Hay 6-String Guitar, Choir/Chorus, Composer, Engineer, Guitar (12 String), Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Baritone), Guitar (Bass), Guitar (Electric), Primary Artist, Producer, Slide Guitar, Vocals
John Hineloy Trombone
Jim Hoke Pedal Steel Guitar
Eric Jorgensen Trombone
Fred Kron Brass Arrangement, Glockenspiel, Keyboards, Mellotron, Organ, Organ (Hammond), Piano, Piano (Electric), Pump Organ, String Arrangements, Strings, Toy Piano
Elizabeth Lamb Viola
Gilbert Long Tuba
Michael McGoldrick Whistle
Cecilia Noël Harmony, Vocals (Background)
San Miguel Perez Bongos, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Baritone), Guitar (Electric), Hi String Guitar (Acoustic), Percussion, Tambourine, Tres, Vocals (Background)
Jordan Perlson Drums, Percussion
Sari Reist Cello
Ringo Starr Drums
Patrick Walle Horn
Garry West Bass, Guitar (Bass), Producer, Versao
Reese Wynans Organ (Hammond)

Tuesday 6/28/22 11pm ET: Feature LP: Joe Walsh – So What (1974)

So What is the third studio album by the American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Joe Walsh. It was released December 14, 1974 on ABC-Dunhill Records.

It contains hard rock songs such as “Welcome To The Club” and a remake of the Barnstorm track, “Turn To Stone”. It also contains more introspective material such as “Help Me Through the Night” and “Song For Emma”.

On a few tracks, Don Henley, Glenn Frey, and Randy Meisner of Eagles contributed backing vocals. Over a year and a half later, Walsh would be drafted into Eagles to replace founding member Bernie Leadon, playing on their best-selling studio album Hotel California.

  1. “Welcome to the Club” 5:14
  2. “Falling Down” 4:56
  3. “Pavanne of the Sleeping Beauty (from The Mother Goose Suite by Maurice Ravel)” 1:56
  4. “Time Out” 4:28
  5. “All Night Laundry Mat Blues” 0:58
  6. “Turn to Stone” 3:47
  7. “Help Me Through the Night” 3:35
  8. “County Fair” 6:43
  9. “Song for Emma” 4:20

Joe Walsh – synthesizer, bass, guitar, piano, vocals, background vocals, Moog synthesizer, mellotron, ARP
Jody Boyer – vocals, background vocals
Dan Fogelberg – guitar, vocals
Glenn Frey – vocals, background vocals
Guille Garcia – percussion, conga
Bryan Garofalo – bass, vocals, background vocals
Ron Grinel – drums
Don Henley – vocals, background vocals
Russ Kunkel – drums
Randy Meisner – vocals, background vocals
Kenny Passarelli – bass, vocals
J.D. Souther – guitar, vocals, background vocals
Leonard Southwick – harmonica
Tom Stephenson – organ, keyboards
John Stronach – vocals
Joe Vitale – flute, drums, keyboards

Tuesday 6/28/22 10pm ET: Feature LP: Squeeze – Babylon and On (1987)

Babylon and On is the seventh album released September 15, 1987 by the British new wave group Squeeze.

The album gave them their biggest US hit single, “Hourglass.” The song became an unexpected US hit for the band, reaching number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100, which Chris Difford attributed to the video for the song as much as the song itself: “I would think that the video has had a lot to do with it. It’s been played a lot, and everybody you speak to compliments you on it. When you meet fans after gigs, they say, “Your video’s great.” They don’t say, “Your album’s great.” So it’s the first thing they think of.”

“Hourglass” – 3:16
“Footprints” – 3:49
“Tough Love” – 3:07
“The Prisoner” – 4:06
“853-5937” – 3:16
“In Today’s Room” – 3:28
“Trust Me to Open My Mouth” – 3:12
“Striking Matches” – 3:02
“Cigarette of a Single Man” – 3:29
“Who Are You?” – 3:30
“The Waiting Game” – 3:06
“Some Americans” – 4:40

Chris Difford – guitar, backing vocals, lead vocal on 8, co-lead vocal on 3
Glenn Tilbrook – guitars, keyboards, horns, sitar, lead & backing vocals
Jools Holland – keyboards, backing vocals
Andy Metcalfe – keyboards (moog, horns, etc.) on 3, 4, 12
Keith Wilkinson – bass, backing vocals
Gilson Lavis – drums, percussion
T-Bone Wolk – accordion on 3, 8, 12
Monique Dyan – backing vocals on 4, 5, 6, 10; duet vocals on 8
Pam Baker, Mike Sheerie, Stewart Dunning – mob vocal on 8
Del Newman – string arrangement and conducting on 11

Tuesday 6/28/22 9pm ET: Feature LP: Soccer Mommy – Sometimes, Forever (2022)

Soccer Mommy – Sometimes, Forever released June 24, 2022.

1 Bones 4:05
2 With U 4:06
3 Unholy Affliction 3:06
4 Shotgun 4:10
5 newdemo 3:29
6 Darkness Forever 4:15
7 Don’t Ask Me 4:28
8 Fire in the Driveway 3:37
9 Following Eyes 3:59
10 Feel It All the Time 3:15
11 Still 3:59

Sophie Allison Composer, Design, Guitar, Vocals
Rodrigo Avendano Bass (Electric), Synthesizer
Nate Boyce Additional Production, Guitar
Graeme Goetz Bass
Rollum Haas Drums
Julian Powell Guitar (Electric)
Soccer Mommy Primary Artist
Gabe Wax Additional Production, Bass, Guitar