Discography

Abba 1976: 'Fernando' (Epic).

Beatles 1962: Please Please Me: 'Please Please Me' (Parlophone).

Belle and Sebastian 1998: The Boy with the Arab Strap (Jeepster).

Björk 1995: Post: 'You've Been Flirting Again' (One Little Indian).

Björk 1996: Telegram: 'Enjoy Outcast' (One Little Indian).

Black Star 1998: Black Star (Priority).

Brandy 1998: Never Say Never (Atlantic).

Jackson Browne 1974: Late for the Sky: 'Fountain of Sorrow' (Asylum).

Jackson Browne 1985: Lives in the Balance: 'Lives in the Balance' (Asylum).

John Cale 1975: Helen of Troy: 'Leaving It Up to You' (Island).

The Cars 1999: The Cars, Deluxe Edition (Rhino).

John Coltrane 1959: Giant Steps (Atlantic).

John Coltrane 1965: Ascension (Impulse).

Sam Cooke 1964: Sam Cooke at the Copa: 'Try a Little Tenderness' (RCA).

Julian Cope 1991: Peggy Suicide: 'Safesurfer' (Island).

Elvis Costello 1978: This Year's Model: 'No Action', '(I Don't Want to Go to) Chelsea' (Radar).

Elvis Costello 1982: Imperial Bedroom: 'Beyond Belief' (F-Beat).

Bing Crosby 1933: 'Try a Little Tenderness' (with a studio orchestra; ARC-Brunswick).

Bob Dylan 1976: Desire: 'Hurricane' (Columbia).

Bob Dylan 1981: 'The Groom's Still Waiting at the Altar' (Columbia).

The Fall 1981: 'Lie Dream of a Casino Soul' (Kamera).

Foreigner 1977: Foreigner (Atlantic).

Foreigner 1981: Four (Atlantic).

Foreigner 2000: Jukebox Heroes (Rhino).

Aretha Franklin 1962: The Tender, the Moving, the Swinging Aretha Franklin: 'Try a Little Tenderness' (Columbia).

Kenny G 1992: Breathless: 'The Joy of Life' (Arista).

Gang of Four 1979: Entertainment!: 'Ether' (EMI).

Hole 1994: Live Through This: 'Doll Parts' (Geffen).

Ice Cube 1992: The Predator: 'When Will They Shoot?' (Priority).

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