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Together is the second solo album from Jason Trachtenburg. It was recorded in 2006 at Grampa Studios in Manhattan, New York City, by Mick Cantarella. Jason's daughter Rachel Trachtenburg played drums on "Anybody Can Tell It (In The Rain)" and "Read Between The Lines"; Michael J. Bowman played drums on the rest of the tracks. Alec Cumming played bass. This album has yet to find an official release.
Rachel Sage Piña-Trachtenburg, professionally known as Rachel Trachtenburg, is an American musician and singer. Trachtenburg is most notable for her key role as drummer and backup vocalist of the Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players, a family band consisting of herself and her parents, Jason and Tina, from 2000 to 2011. Trachtenburg was also lead singer of the band Supercute! from 2009 to 2013, and is currently the guitarist and vocalist for New York-based trio Wooing. In addition, Trachtenburg is also a model, signed to Elite Model Management, a radio talk show host for Gary Null's Progressive Radio Network, an actress who appeared in indie movies Happy Birthday in 2004, Ruchiki in 2011 and Exteriors in 2014 as well as a television pilot for an unaired children's TV show titled Rachel Trachtenburg's Homemade World in 2009.
The song "Anybody Can Tell It (In The Rain)" is also featured on the Antifolk compilation album, Anticomp Folkilation .
Anticomp Folkilation is a 2-CD compilation album featuring a variety of artists from New York's anti-folk scene.
Nelson is an American rock band founded by singer/songwriters Matthew and Gunnar Nelson. The band achieved success during the early 1990s with their double platinum debut album After the Rain, which featured the number-one hit "(Can't Live Without Your) Love and Affection".
Corn Mo is the stage name of Jon Cunningham, an American, Brooklyn-based musician. Corn Mo sings, plays the accordion, keyboards, and sometimes performs as a one man band. His music style is a mixture of circus music, glam rock, and humorous novelty songs. He is currently recording his third solo album, and albums with his band .357 Lover. Many of his songs and stylings are heavily influenced by Meat Loaf and Queen.
Gene Simmons is a 1978 solo album by Gene Simmons, the bassist and co-vocalist of the American hard rock band Kiss. It was one of four solo albums released by the members of Kiss on September 18, 1978. The album features choirs and string arrangements as well as incorporating various musical genres including Beatles-inspired pop, 1970s funk, disco, rock and roll and hard rock.
The Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players were an American indie-rock/art pop family band. It consisted of main vocalist Jason Trachtenburg, his wife Tina, and their only child, Rachel.
"Doctor Worm" is a song by They Might Be Giants. It first appeared on the primarily live album Severe Tire Damage, being one of only three studio-recorded songs on the album. It was also released as a single and featured in a music video directed by band member John Flansburgh.
A Ton of Hits : The Very Best of Stock Aitken Waterman is a compilation album released in the UK in November 1990 bringing together the hits of Stock Aitken Waterman (SAW) in a continuously sequenced mix. It was released by Chrysalis Records on their subsidiary label Dover Records. Although not listed as such, the release could be seen as an extension of the previous "Best Of SAW" collections The Hit Factory : The Best of Stock Aitken Waterman (1987), The Hit Factory Volume 2 (1988) and The Hit Factory Volume 3 (1989). The album reached #7 in the compilation Top 20.
Sessions at West 54th: Recorded Live in New York is the first live music DVD by Keb' Mo' recorded in June 1997 which was then released in 2000. The performance was recorded for the television series Sessions at West 54th, a studio located in West 54th Street in New York City. The songs recorded on the album are all from Keb' Mo's two prior studio albums. Unlike the majority of Keb' Mo's albums, this contains no songs by Robert Johnson.
Living Out Loud is the second studio album by Canadian country music singer Aaron Lines. The album was released by RCA Nashville, and was Lines' first album to be released in the United States. It was nominated for Country Recording of the Year at the 2004 Juno Awards. In the U.S., the album produced two chart singles in "You Can't Hide Beautiful" and "Love Changes Everything". The former peaked at #4 on Hot Country Songs and #38 on the Billboard Hot 100, while the latter peaked at #40 on the US country charts.
Hard Rain were a British Melodic Rock band from Birmingham, England. Formed in 1996, following the demise of Magnum. The core of the band are vocalist Bob Catley and guitarist/songwriter Tony Clarkin.
"Golden Ring" is a song made famous by country music singers George Jones and Tammy Wynette. Originally released in 1976, the song was the title track to their duet album released that same year. It was a Number One hit on the Billboard country charts.
After the Rain is the debut album of the American rock group Nelson, released by Geffen Records in 1990. The album was a commercial success, peaking at #17 on Billboard 200 and spending 64 weeks on the charts. It contained the #1 hit, "(Can't Live Without Your) Love and Affection" and the follow-up single, "After the Rain", which reached #6 in February 1991. The album was eventually certified double platinum by RIAA.
Between the Lines is the second album by Australian pop singer Jason Donovan. It was released in 1990.
Greatest Hits is the first compilation album to be released by Australian singer Jason Donovan. The collection was released in 1991.
Read Between the Lines may refer to:
"Speed Your Love to Me" is a song by Simple Minds, which was released as the second single from the album Sparkle in the Rain on 9 January 1984. It quickly reached number 20 in the UK Singles Chart, and remained in the charts for 4 weeks.
"Distance" is a song by American singer-songwriter Christina Perri. The new version of the track featuring Jason Mraz is the third official single taken from the deluxe version of her debut studio album Lovestrong (2011) released on March 20, 2012. It was written by Perri and co-written and produced by David Hodges. It is a midtempo ballad about "loving someone at the wrong time in your life" and "being around that one whom your heart longs for without being able to show your true feelings".
"You Love the Thunder" is a song written and performed by American singer-songwriter Jackson Browne from his 1977 live album, Running on Empty, recorded at a concert at Garden State Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey, on September 6, 1977. Released as the third single a full year after the album came out, it only reached #109 on Billboards Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, though it received increased Album-Oriented Rock airplay. The B-side of the U.S. single was "The Road"; however, the B-side for the British single was "Cocaine".
"Tight Connection to My Heart " is a song by Bob Dylan that was released on his 1985 album Empire Burlesque. As a single, it was a Top 40 Hit in New Zealand and Belgium. An earlier version of the song, entitled "Someone's Got a Hold of My Heart", was recorded for Dylan's 1983 LP, Infidels, but was not included on that album; it later appeared on The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 1961–1991.