Tag: Feature LP

Friday 1/7/22 1am ET: Feature LP: Chris De Burgh – Man On The Line (1984)

Man on the Line is the seventh studio album by Chris de Burgh, released in 1984. It produced de Burgh’s second UK hit single, “High on Emotion”, which entered the chart on May 12, 1984 and peaked at number 44. The album itself reached 11 on the UK album chart and remained on the chart for 24 weeks. In Germany and Switzerland, the album hit number one in the weekly charts and was the second-best-selling album of 1984 in both countries.

  1. “The Ecstasy of Flight (I Love the Night)” 4:01
  2. “Sight and Touch” 3:14
  3. “Taking it to the Top” 4:00
  4. “The Head and the Heart” 3:59
  5. “The Sound of a Gun” 4:29
  6. “High on Emotion” 4:26
  7. “Much More Than This” 2:57
  8. “Man on the Line” 4:25
  9. “Moonlight and Vodka” 3:39
  10. “Transmission Ends” 5:59

Chris de Burgh – acoustic guitar, lead and backing vocals
Rupert Hine – keyboards, synthesizers, backing vocals, orchestral arrangements
Howard Jones – acoustic piano (4)
Phil Palmer – electric guitar
John Giblin – bass guitar (3)
Trevor Morais – drums (5)
Tina Turner – guest vocals (5)

Friday 1/7/22 12am ET: Feature LP: Aretha Franklin – Who’s Zoomin Who? (1985)

Who’s Zoomin’ Who? is the thirtieth studio album by American singer Aretha Franklin. It was released by Arista Records on July 9, 1985, in the United States. A departure from the Luther Vandross-produced adult contemporary sound of her previous albums Jump to It (1982) and Get It Right (1983), Franklin worked with producer Narada Michael Walden on the majority of the album, envisioning “a record with a younger sound to it”. As a result, Who’s Zoomin’ Who? contains influences of several popular mid-1980s genres, including dance-pop, synth-pop, and contemporary R&B, as well as pop songs with crossover appeal.

Released to praising reviews, Who’s Zoomin’ Who? became Franklin’s highest-charting album since Young, Gifted and Black (1972) and her first and only studio album to earn a platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), with more than one million copies physically distributed. A top-10 entry in New Zealand and Sweden, the album also went platinum in Canada and reached silver status in the United Kingdom. “Freeway of Love”, the album’s lead single, proved both a commercial success, as well as a career achievement for Franklin, earning her a Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance while holding the number-one position on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for five consecutive weeks.

Who’s Zoomin’ Who? was considered Franklin’s comeback album, with many journalists comparing its performance to Tina Turner’s late-career crossover success with her album Private Dancer (1984), and marked the start of several collaborations with Walden. With the album, the singer established herself as a star of music video, with popular videos for “Freeway of Love”, “Sisters Are Doin’ It for Themselves” and “Another Night” enjoying heavy rotation on MTV. In 1989, the album was ranked number 89 on Rolling Stone magazine’s 100 Best Albums of the Eighties listing. At the time of its release, Franklin herself rated Who’s Zoomin’ Who? as one of her best albums ever recorded.

  1. “Freeway of Love” 5:52
  2. “Another Night” 4:31
  3. “Sweet Bitter Love” 5:11
  4. “Who’s Zoomin’ Who” 4:44
  5. “Sisters Are Doin’ It for Themselves” (with Eurythmics) 5:52
  6. “Until You Say You Love Me” 4:23
  7. “Ain’t Nobody Ever Loved You” 4:50
  8. “Push” (with Peter Wolf) 4:35
  9. “Integrity” 4:24

Aretha Franklin – lead vocals
Walter Afanasieff – keyboards (1, 2, 4, 6-8)
Preston Glass – keyboards (1, 2, 6-8), keyboard vibes (1), backing vocals (1, 2, 4, 7)
Nat Adderley Jr. – keyboards (3, 9)
Robbie Kondor – synthesizer (3, 9)
Annie Lennox – keyboards (5), lead vocals (5)
David A. Stewart – keyboards (5), rhythm guitar (5)

Benmont Tench – Hammond organ (5)
Corrado Rustici – guitar (1, 2, 4, 6-8), guitar synthesizer (2)
Ray Gomez – guitar solo (2)
Doc Powell – guitar (3, 9)
Steve Khan – guitar (3, 9)
Mike Campbell – lead guitar (5)
Carlos Santana – guitar solo (8)
Randy Jackson – synth bass (1, 2, 4, 6, 8), bass guitar (2, 7), backing vocals (2, 4)
Louis Johnson – bass guitar (3, 9)

Nathan East – bass guitar (5)
Narada Michael Walden – drums (1, 2, 4, 6-8), percussion (1, 2, 6-8), acoustic piano (4), keyboards (7)
Yogi Horton – drums (3, 9)
Stan Lynch – drums (5)
Steve Kroon – percussion (3, 9)
Gigi Gonaway – tambourine (1)
The Santana Rhythm Section – percussion (1, 7)
Andy Narell – steel drums (7)

Clarence Clemons – saxophone (1)
Dizzy Gillespie – trumpet solo (9)
Paul Riser – string arrangements (3, 9)
Kitty Beethoven – backing vocals (1, 2, 7)
Carolyn Franklin – backing vocals (1, 4)
Jim Gilstrap – backing vocals (1, 2, 4, 6, 7)
Vicki Randle – backing vocals (1, 2, 4, 6, 7)
Sylvester – backing vocals (1, 2, 4, 6, 7)
Jeanie Tracy – backing vocals (1, 2, 4, 6-8)
Martha Wash – backing vocals (1)

Laundon Von Hendricks – backing vocals (1, 2, 4, 7, 8)
Nikita Germaine – backing vocals (2)
The Charles Williams Singers – choir (5)
Peter Wolf – lead vocals (8)
Craig Thomas – backing vocals (8)
Karen Benington – backing vocals (8)
Sandra Feva – backing vocals (9)
Margaret Branch – backing vocals (9)
Brenda Corbett – backing vocals (9)

Thursday 1/6/22 1am ET: Feature LP: Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets – Live At the Roadhouse (2020)

Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets are an English rock band formed in 2018 to perform the early music of Pink Floyd. The band comprises Pink Floyd drummer and co-founder Nick Mason, bassist Guy Pratt, guitarists Gary Kemp and Lee Harris, and keyboardist Dom Beken. As many fans had discovered Pink Floyd with their bestselling 1973 album The Dark Side of the Moon, Mason wanted to bring their earlier material to a wider audience.

The band made their debut in May 2018 at Dingwalls in London before embarking on a European tour in September 2018 and a North American tour in 2019. A 2020 European tour was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In September 2020, the band released a live album and film, Live at the Roundhouse.

“Interstellar Overdrive” 5:49
“Astronomy Domine” 4:11
“Lucifer Sam” 3:12
“Fearless” 5:02
“Obscured by Clouds” 4:27
“When You’re In” 1:55
“Remember a Day” 3:32
“Arnold Layne” 3:15
“Vegetable Man” 2:27
“If” 1:55
“Atom Heart Mother” 7:14
“If (Reprise) 1:52
“The Nile Song” 3:37
“Green Is the Colour” 4:07
“Let There Be More Light” 3:37
“Childhood’s End” 3:33
“Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun” 12:21
“See Emily Play” 3:03
“Bike” 2:23
“One of These Days” 5:57
“A Saucerful of Secrets” 9:17
“Point Me at the Sky” 3:12

Nick Mason – drums, gong, bell, percussion
Guy Pratt – bass, vocals, cymbals on “A Saucerful of Secrets”, gong on “Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun”
Gary Kemp – guitars, vocals
Lee Harris – guitars, backing vocals
Dom Beken – keyboards, programming, backing vocals

Thursday 1/6/22 12am ET: Feature LP: Phil Collins – …But Seriously (1989)

…But Seriously is the fourth solo studio album by English drummer and singer-songwriter Phil Collins. It was released on November 7, 1989 in the United States by Atlantic Records and on November 24, 1989 in the United Kingdom by Virgin Records. After Collins finished touring commitments with the rock band Genesis in 1987 the group entered a four-year hiatus, during which Collins starred in the feature film Buster (1988). By the spring of 1989 Collins had written material for a new solo album which addressed more serious lyrical themes like socio-economic and political issues as opposed to his previous dance-oriented album, No Jacket Required (1985).

…But Seriously was a huge commercial success worldwide, reaching No. 1 in the UK and the US for 15 and 4 non-consecutive weeks, respectively. It was the best selling album of 1990 in the UK, eventually selling 2.75 million copies there and 4 million in the US. The lead single “Another Day in Paradise” won a Grammy Award for Record of the Year. Collins supported the album with the Seriously, Live! World Tour in 1990. In 2016, the album was remastered with additional studio, live, and demo tracks, and updated artwork.

  1. “Hang in Long Enough” 4:44
  2. “That’s Just the Way It Is” 5:20
  3. “Do You Remember?” 4:36
  4. “Something Happened on the Way to Heaven” 4:52
  5. “Colours” 8:51
  6. “I Wish It Would Rain Down” 5:28
  7. “Another Day in Paradise” 5:22
  8. “Heat on the Street” 3:51
  9. “All of My Life” 5:36
  10. “Saturday Night and Sunday Morning” 1:26
  11. “Father to Son” 3:28
  12. “Find a Way to My Heart” 6:08

Phil Collins – vocals (tracks 1–9, 11, 12), keyboards (1-9, 11, 12), drums (1, 4-12), percussion (2, 3, 10, 12), tambourine (6, 8)
Daryl Stuermer – guitar (tracks 1–4, 8, 11, 12)
Dominic Miller – guitar (tracks 1, 4, 5, 7, 9)
Eric Clapton – guitar (track 6)
Nathan East – bass guitar (tracks 1, 4)
Leland Sklar – bass guitar (tracks 2, 5, 7-12)
Pino Palladino – bass guitar (tracks 3, 6)
The Phenix Horns (tracks 1, 4, 5, 10, 12):
Don Myrick – saxophone, alto sax solo (track 9)
Louis Satterfield – trombone
Harry Kim – trumpet
Rhamlee Michael Davis – trumpet
Steve Winwood – Hammond organ (track 9)
Alex Brown, Marva King and Lynne Fiddmont – backing vocals (tracks 1, 4, 8, 9)
David Crosby – vocals (tracks 2, 7)
Stephen Bishop – vocals (track 3)

Wednesday 1/5/2022 1am ET: Feature LP: Robert Cray – That’s What I Heard (2020)

That’s What I Heard is a studio album by American musician Robert Cray. It was released on February 28, 2020 under Nozzle Records.

  1. “Anything You Want” 3:52
  2. “Burying Ground” 2:58
  3. “You’re the One” 2:49
  4. “This Man” 5:06
  5. “You’ll Want Me Back” 3:58
  6. “Hot” 3:44
  7. “Promises You Can’t Keep” 5:55
  8. “To Be With You” 2:54
  9. “My Baby Likes to Boogaloo” 3:50
  10. “Can’t Make Me Change” 5:03
  11. “A Little Less Lonely” 4:19
  12. “Do It” 3:25

Wednesday 1/5/22 12am ET: Feature LP: Peter Cetera – World Falling Down (1992)

World Falling Down is the fourth solo album for music artist Peter Cetera, released July 10, 1992, and his third album since leaving the group Chicago.

“Restless Heart” 4:09
“Even a Fool Can See” 4:31
“Feels Like Heaven” 4:48
“Wild Ways” 4:00
“World Falling Down” 5:00
“Man in Me” 5:41
“Where There’s No Tomorrow” 4:43
“The Last Place God Made” 4:14
“Dip Your Wings” 3:33
“Have You Ever Been in Love” 4:06

Peter Cetera – lead vocals, backing vocals (2, 4, 5), bass (7, 9)
Andy Hill – all instruments (1), keyboards (3, 7), programming (3, 4, 5, 7), acoustic guitar (3, 5), guitars (4, 7), bass (4, 5), keyboard programming (6), drum programming (6), backing vocals (7)
Mark Goldenberg – keyboards (2), programming (2), guitars (2)

Robbie Buchanan – acoustic piano solo (2), additional keyboards (6)
Simon Franglen – Synclavier programming (2, 8)
C.J. Vanston – additional keyboards (3), keyboards (6, 8, 9, 10), programming (8, 10), acoustic piano (10)
Peter-John Vettese – acoustic piano (3, 6, 7), keyboards (4, 6)
David Foster – keyboards (8)

Claude Gaudette – additional programming (8)
Bruce Gaitsch – programming (9), acoustic guitar (9)
Tim Pierce – guitars (3, 6, 7, 9, 10), guitar solo (4, 7)
Keith Airey – guitars (4), additional guitar (7)
Michael Thompson – guitars (8)
Jimmy Johnson – bass (2)
Pino Palladino – bass (3, 6)

Graham Broad – drums (3-7)
John Robinson – percussion (2), drums (8, 9)
Tal Bergman – percussion (3, 6)
Chris Mostert – saxophone (3)
Bill Reichenbach Jr. – trombone (2, 6)
Gary Grant – trumpet (2, 6)
Jerry Hey – trumpet (2, 6), horn arrangements (2, 6)

Janey Clewer – backing vocals (1, 4, 7, 8, 9)
Edie Lehmann – backing vocals (1, 7, 8, 9)
Bobbi Page – backing vocals (1, 7, 8, 9)
Chaka Khan – lead vocals (3)
Kenny Cetera – backing vocals (4)
Bill Champlin – backing vocals (4)
Tamara Champlin – backing vocals (4)
Joseph Williams – backing vocals (6)

Tuesday 1/4/22 2am ET: Feature LP: Finneas – Optimist (2021)

Optimist is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Finneas, released on October 15, 2021, through his record label OYOY, distributed by Interscope Records. The album was entirely produced and written by Finneas. It was preceded by the singles “What They’ll Say About Us”, “A Concert Six Months from Now”, and “The 90s”.

  1. “A Concert Six Months from Now” 3:25
  2. “The Kids Are All Dying” 2:47
  3. “Happy Now?” 2:52
  4. “Only a Lifetime” 4:16
  5. “The 90s” 3:23
  6. “Love Is Pain” 3:44
  7. “Peaches Etude (instrumental)” 2:15
  8. “Hurt Locker” 3:26
  9. “Medieval” 2:51
  10. “Someone Else’s Star” 3:29
  11. “Around My Neck” 2:55
  12. “What They’ll Say About Us” 3:01
  13. “How It Ends” 4:37

Tuesday 1/4/22 12am ET: Feature LP: Rod Stewart – Atlantic Crossing (1975)

Atlantic Crossing is the sixth studio album by the English singer-songwriter Rod Stewart, released on August 15, 1975. It peaked at number one in the UK (his fifth solo album to do so), and number nine on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart.

The title indicated Stewart’s new commercial and artistic direction, referring to both his crossing over to Warner Brothers and on his departure to escape the 83 per cent top rate of income tax introduced by British Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson for the jet-set lifestyle in Los Angeles (where he had applied for American citizenship at this time). The album was divided into a slow side and a fast side, apparently at the suggestion of Stewart’s then-girlfriend, Swedish actress Britt Ekland. Stewart would repeat the format for his next two albums.

The album contained two of Stewart’s most popular songs, “Sailing” and “I Don’t Want to Talk About It”, and classic rock favorites “Three Time Loser” and “Stone Cold Sober”.

With Atlantic Crossing, Stewart ended his association with Ronnie Wood, Ian McLagan and the stable of musicians who had been his core collaborators on his classic run of albums for Mercury Records, fusing soul and folk. Instead, he used a group of session musicians, including The Memphis Horns and three-quarters of Booker T. and the MG’s. The album was produced by Tom Dowd, the famous engineer and producer on records by so many of Stewart’s heroes during Dowd’s time on staff at Atlantic Records. The only song performed from this album on The Faces’ final US tour in autumn 1975 was “Three Time Loser”, and the rest of the group heavily disliked Stewart’s change in musical direction on this album. Following the success of the album, and his move to the U.S., Stewart announced his exit from the Faces by the end of the year.

“Three Time Loser” 4:03
“Alright for an Hour” 4:17
“All in the Name of Rock ‘N’ Roll” 5:02
“Drift Away” 3:43
“Stone Cold Sober” 4:12
“I Don’t Want to Talk About It” 4:47
“It’s Not The Spotlight” 4:21

“This Old Heart of Mine” 4:04
“Still Love You” 5:08
“Sailing” 4:37

“To Love Somebody” 4:12
“Holy Cow” 3:16
“Return to Sender” 3:42
“Three Time Loser” [Alternate Version] 4:40

“Alright for an Hour” [Alternate Version] 4:36
“All in the Name of Rock ‘n’ Roll” 5:00
“Drift Away” [Alternate Version] 3:58
“Too Much Noise” [Early Version of “Stone Cold Sober”] 3:24
“I Don’t Want to Talk About It” [Alternate Version] 4:56

“It’s Not the Spotlight” [Alternate Version] 4:27
“This Old Heart of Mine” [Alternate Version] 3:54
“Still Love You” [Alternate Version] 4:57
“Sailing” [Alternate Version] 4:39
“Skye Boat Song (The Atlantic Crossing Drum & Pipe Band)” [Alternate Version] 4:20

Rod Stewart – vocals
Pete Carr – acoustic guitar and electric guitar on Sailing
Jesse Ed Davis – guitars
Steve Cropper – guitars
Fred Tackett – guitars
Jimmy Johnson – guitars
Barry Beckett – keyboards

Albhy Galuten – keyboards
Booker T. Jones – Hammond organ
Donald “Duck” Dunn – bass
Lee Sklar – bass

Bob Glaub – bass
David Hood – bass
David Lindley – mandolin, violin
Al Jackson, Jr. – drums, percussion
Roger Hawkins – drums, percussion
Nigel Olsson – drums, percussion
Willie Correa – drums, percussion
The Memphis Horns – trumpet, trombone, saxophone
Cindy & Bob Singers, The Pets & The Clappers – backing vocals

Monday 1/3/22 1am ET: Feature LP: The Who – Face Dances (1981)

Face Dances is the ninth studio album by English rock band the Who. It was released March 16, 1981 by Warner Bros. in the United States (it was the band’s first release on that label) and on Polydor in the United Kingdom. It is one of two Who studio albums with drummer Kenney Jones, who joined the band after Keith Moon’s death three years earlier. Despite mixed reviews from Rolling Stone and other critics, the album peaked at No. 4 on the US Billboard 200 and No. 2 on the UK Albums Chart.

  1. “You Better You Bet” 5:36
  2. “Don’t Let Go the Coat” 3:43
  3. “Cache Cache” 3:57
  4. “The Quiet One” 3:09
  5. “Did You Steal My Money” 4:10
  6. “How Can You Do It Alone” 5:26
  7. “Daily Records” 3:27
  8. “You” 4:30
  9. “Another Tricky Day” 4:55
  10. “I Like Nightmares” 3:09
  11. “It’s In You” 4:59
  12. “Somebody Saved Me” 5:31
  13. “How Can You Do It Alone” (Live, December 8, 1979 at the International Amphitheatre in Chicago) 5:24
  14. “The Quiet One” (Live, October 13, 1982 at Shea Stadium in New York City) 4:28

Roger Daltrey – lead vocals
Pete Townshend – guitar, keyboards, backing vocals, lead vocals on “I Like Nightmares”, “Somebody Saved Me” and “How Can You Do It Alone”
John Entwistle – bass, backing vocals, lead vocals on “The Quiet One”
Kenney Jones – drums
John “Rabbit” Bundrick – keyboards

Michael Andrews – paintings
Brian Aris – photography
Clive Barker – paintings, photography, paintbox bronze on rear cover
Peter Blake – album cover design, concept, paintings

Patrick Caulfield – paintings
Gavin Cochrane – photography
Richard Evans – graphic design and cassette cover design
Richard Hamilton – paintings
David Hockney – paintings
Howard Hodgkin – paintings
David Inshaw – paintings
Bill Jacklin – paintings
Allen Jones – paintings
R. B. Kitaj – paintings
Tom Phillips – paintings
Patrick Procktor – paintings
Colin Self – paintings
Joe Tilson – paintings
David Tindle – paintings

Monday 1/3/22 12:10am ET: Feature LP: Saga – Behaviour (1985)

Behaviour is the sixth studio album by the Canadian progressive rock band Saga, and was originally released in August 1985, two years after the moderately successful Heads or Tales. Behaviour was itself successful, and managed to outsell its 1983 predecessor thanks to the strong performance of the single “What Do I Know?”.

The album contains singer Michael Sadler’s most personal song, “(Goodbye) Once Upon a Time”, which he said was written about his late father and which still brought up strong emotions when performed years after the album’s release.

  1. “Listen to Your Heart” 3:56
  2. “Take a Chance” 3:54
  3. “What Do I Know?” 3:40
  4. “Misbehaviour” 4:04
  5. “Nine Lives of Miss Midi” 1:17
  6. “You and the Night” 5:16
  7. “Out of the Shadows” 4:48
  8. “Easy Way Out” 3:59
  9. “Promises” 4:12
  10. “Here I Am” 3:34
  11. “(Goodbye) Once Upon a Time” 6:38

Michael Sadler – lead vocals, keyboards
Jim Crichton – bass guitar, keyboards
Jim Gilmour – keyboards, backing vocals
Ian Crichton – guitar
Steve Negus – drums, percussion, electronic percussion

Sunday 1/2/22 11pm ET: Feature LP: Poison’s Greatest Hits: (1986-1996)

Poison’s Greatest Hits: 1986–1996 is the first greatest hits compilation CD from the glam metal band Poison. The album was released on November 26, 1996 by Capitol Records. Blues Saraceno replaced Richie Kotzen as lead guitarist after the last album Native Tongue and The Greatest Hits features two bonus new tracks with Blues Saraceno on lead guitar: “Lay Your Body Down” and “Sexual Thing”.

The compilation charted at number 2 on The Top Catalog Albums chart and includes most of Poison’s hit singles which all charted on the Billboard Hot 100 and Mainstream rock charts. The compilation was certified Gold in 1999 and by 2005 the album had gone double platinum. It was also certified CAN gold.

  1. “Nothin’ but a Good Time” 3:43
  2. “Talk Dirty to Me” 3:44
  3. “Unskinny Bop” 3:47
  4. “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” 4:17
  5. “Fallen Angel” 3:55
  6. “I Won’t Forget You” 3:35
  7. “Stand” 5:11
  8. “Ride the Wind” 3:51
  9. “Look What the Cat Dragged In” 3:09
  10. “I Want Action” 3:05
  11. “Life Goes On” 4:47
  12. “(Flesh & Blood) Sacrifice” 4:40
  13. “Cry Tough” 3:36
  14. “Your Mama Don’t Dance” 3:00
  15. “So Tell Me Why”” 3:22
  16. “Something to Believe In” 5:30
  17. “Sexual Thing” 3:34
  18. “Lay Your Body Down” 5:26

Bret Michaels – lead vocals, rhythm guitars, harmonica
Bobby Dall – bass, piano, backup vocals
Rikki Rockett – drums
Blues Saraceno – lead guitar for the new tracks, 17 + 18
C.C. DeVille – lead guitar for tracks 1 – 6 + 8 – 16
Richie Kotzen – lead guitar for track 7

Friday 12/31/21 10pm ET: Feature LP: Eddie Money – Greatest Hits: The Sound Of Monday (1989)

Greatest Hits: Sound of Money is a compilation of American rock singer Eddie Money’s biggest hits plus three new tracks: “Peace in Our Time”, “Looking Through the Eyes of a Child” and “Stop Steppin’ on My Heart”. The disc was originally released November 14, 1989 by Columbia Records. A remastered CD surfaced in 2009, released by SPV.

The song “Looking Through the Eyes of a Child” was covered by Puerto Rican singer Chayanne on his album Atado a Tu Amor, as “Soy como un niño” (Spanish for “I’m Like a Child”)

  1. “Baby Hold On” 3:33
  2. “Two Tickets to Paradise” 3:59
  3. “Peace in Our Time” 5:05
  4. “Where’s the Party? (Live)” 5:50
  5. “I Wanna Go Back” 3:56
  6. “Walk on Water” 4:40
  7. “Shakin'” 3:08
  8. “Take Me Home Tonight” 3:32
  9. “Think I’m in Love” 3:10
  10. “Looking Through the Eyes of a Child” 4:32
  11. “No Control” 3:58
  12. “We Should Be Sleeping” 3:56
  13. “Stop Steppin’ on My Heart” 4:22

Friday 12/31/21 9pm ET: Feature LP: Lifehouse – No Name Face (2000)

No Name Face is the debut studio album by the rock band Lifehouse. It was released on October 31, 2000, and it produced the hit “Hanging by a Moment” which went on to be the most played song on radio the following year. This album launched Lifehouse into the limelight, and produced many radio-friendly hits. It has sold over four million copies worldwide, with 2,670,000 copies sold in the US alone.

Lead singer and songwriter Jason Wade originally formed Lifehouse as a church rock band, and often performed for church worship services before signing to the commercial record label DreamWorks.

  1. “Hanging by a Moment” 3:36
  2. “Sick Cycle Carousel” 4:23
  3. “Unknown” 4:06
  4. “Somebody Else’s Song” 4:36
  5. “Trying” 3:52
  6. “Only One” 4:56
  7. “Simon” 6:01
  8. “Cling and Clatter” 4:29
  9. “Breathing” 4:25
  10. “Quasimodo” 4:32
  11. “Somewhere in Between” 4:14
  12. “Everything” 6:07

Jason Wade – vocals, guitars
Sergio Andrade – bass
Jon Palmer – drums
Ron Aniello – guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion, engineer
Collin Hayden – electric guitar

Aaron Lord – viola
Marcus Barone – chamberlaine
Aaron Embry – keyboards
John Leftwich – string bass
Bob Glaub – bass
Jack Kelly – drums
Matt Laug – drums
Walter Rodriquez – tambourine
Jude Cole – background vocals
Kendall Payne – background vocals

Friday 12/31/21 8pm ET: Feature LP: Elton John – Lockdown Sessions (2021)

The Lockdown Sessions is a collaboration album by English singer, songwriter, pianist and composer Elton John. It was released through EMI and Mercury Records (Interscope Records in the US) on 22 October 2021. The album was recorded during the COVID-19 pandemic after Elton was forced to pause his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour due to the covid-19 pandemic. Three singles were released as a part of this album, they are: “Cold Heart (Pnau remix)” with Dua Lipa, “After All” with Charlie Puth, and “Finish Line” with Stevie Wonder.

  1. “Cold Heart (Pnau remix)” (with Dua Lipa) 3:22
  2. “Always Love You” (with Young Thug and Nicki Minaj) 4:17
  3. “Learn to Fly” (with Surfaces) 3:31
  4. “After All” (with Charlie Puth) 3:28
  5. “Chosen Family” (with Rina Sawayama) 4:40
  6. “The Pink Phantom” (Gorillaz featuring Elton John and 6lack) 4:13
  7. “It’s a Sin” (Global Reach Mix) (with Years & Years) 4:44
  8. “Nothing Else Matters” (Miley Cyrus featuring Watt, Elton John, Yo-Yo Ma, Robert Trujillo and Chad Smith) 6:35
  9. “Orbit” (with SG Lewis) 3:28
  10. “Simple Things” (with Brandi Carlile) 4:11
  11. “Beauty in the Bones” (with Jimmie Allen) 3:50
  12. “One of Me” (Lil Nas X featuring Elton John) 2:41
  13. “E-Ticket” (with Eddie Vedder) 3:18
  14. “Finish Line” (with Stevie Wonder) 4:24
  15. “Stolen Car” (with Stevie Nicks) 5:37
  16. “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” (with Glen Campbell) 2:56