Between the Buttons is the fifth British and seventh American studio album by The Rolling Stones, released on 20 January 1967 in the UK and 11 February in the US as the follow-up to Aftermath. It was the beginning of the Stones' brief foray into psychedelia. It is among the band's most musically adventurous works; by the time principal recording occurred on the album, founder Brian Jones had all but abandoned his original role as guitarist, instead playing a wide variety of other instruments.
After his debut album Find Your Harmony comes in next creation, My second studio album MOMENTS - giving another outlook on the Trance producer, showing all colors and what real talent he has in him. I’ve got 16 tracks on it and I got collaborations with Emma Hewitt, Christina Novelli, Eric Lumiere, Max Vangeli, and KoMha, great collaborations that I’ve always wanted to do, I have a collab with ATB on the album as well so a lot of great exciting music out. Following by a huge tour supporting his sophomore album, returning to cities he played at before and playing at new nightclubs.
Precious Moments is the eleventh studio album, and second on Arista Records, from Jermaine Jackson. Released in 1986, the album includes the pop and R&B top-20 hit, "I Think It's Love" (co-written with Stevie Wonder) along with the Top 40 US R&B hit "Do You Remember Me?", and Top 40 Belgian hits "Lonely Won't Leave Me Alone" and "Words Into Action".
Ruby - which will be released under Artistry Music, a Mack Avenue label - will unravel a bevy of gritty R&B tracks that fans have been longing for. Gray connected with Billboard to chat about Ruby's unique soundscapes, touring the states and Europe with her live band, the significance of artists acknowledging their influence and utilizing their platforms responsibly, and why returning to the spotlight has been therapeutic. Check out why our eyes are glued and ears are lent to all things Macy Gray.
It's an apt description, as the Merge-issued ten-track Ruby Red feels like it was built on a foundation of half-formed ideas that spontaneously (and explosively) evolved into fully functioning mini-epics during the recording process, resulting in something akin to a more focused GBV or a less strung-out Spiritualized.
Album: The Ruby Suns