On October 26, 1999.


On October 26, 1999, “Reprise” label released “Looking Forward”, the third and final Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young studio album. It was recorded 1996 – 1999, and was produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Joe Vitale, Ben Keith and Stanley Johnston.


  • David Crosby— vocals; electric guitar; acoustic guitar
  • Stephen Stills— vocals; guitars; Hammond B-3,  bass,  percussion,  maracas, bass; percussion
  • Graham Nash— vocals; acoustic gutar
  • Neil Young— vocals; guitars; harmonica; tiple; celeste
  • Joe Vitale— drums; Hammond B-3, batas
  • Michael Finnigan— Hammond B-3
  • Spooner Oldham— keyboards; pump organ
  • Ben Keith— pedal steel guitar; Dobro
  • Denny Sarokin, Snuffy Garrett— guitars
  • James Raymond — piano
  • Craig Doerge— keyboards
  • Donald “Duck” Dunn— bass
  • Gerald Johnson— bass
  • James “Hutch” Hutchinson— bass
  • Bob Glaub— bass
  • Jim Keltner— drums
  • Luis Conte— congas, jombe bass drum, batas; percussion
  • Alex Acuña— timbales
  • Joe Lala— congas
  • Lenny Castro— percussion
  • Ben Keith — co-producer

Track listing:

  1. Faith in Me – Stephen Stills, Joe Vitale
  2. Looking Forward – Neil Young
  3. Stand and Be Counted – David Crosby, James Raymond
  4. Heratland – Graham Nash
  5. Seen Enough – Stephen Stills
  6. Slowpoke – Neil Young
  7. Dream for Him – David Crosby
  8. No Tears Left – Stephen Stills
  9. Out of Control – Neil Young
  10. Someday Soon – Graham Nash
  11. Queen of Them All – Neil Young
  12. Sanibel – Denny Sarokin

On October 26, 1998.


On October 26, 1998, “Warner Bros” label released “Up”, the eleventh R.E.M. studio album. It was recorded January–July 1998, and was produced by Pat McCarthy and R.E.M. It was the band’s first album without original drummer Bill Berry, who left the group in October 1997.


  • Peter Buck– guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, percussion
  • Mike Mills– bass, keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Michael Stipe– lead vocals, guitar
  • Barrett Martin– percussion
  • Scott McCaughey– keyboards, percussion
  • Joey Waronker– drums, percussion
  • Nigel Godrich– engineering

Track listing:

All tracks by Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Michael Stipe, except where noted.

  1. Airportman
  2. Lotus
  3. Suspicion
  4. Hope – Leonard Cohen, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, Michael Stipe
  5. At My Most Beautiful
  6. The Apologist
  7. Sad Professor
  8. You’re in the Air
  9. Walk Unafraid
  10. Why Not Smile
  11. Daysleeper
  12. Diminished
  13. Parakeet
  14. Falls to Climb


On October 26, 1993.


On October 26, 1993, “Columbia” label released “World Gone Wrong”, the twenty-ninth Bob Dylan studio album. It was recorded in 1983, and was produced by Bob Dylan. It was Dylan’s second consecutive collection of only traditional folk songs, performed acoustically with guitar and harmonica. “World Gone Wrong” received “Grammy Award” for “Best Traditional Folk Album”.


  • Bob Dylan– vocals, guitar, harmonica, production, liner notes

Track listing:

  1. World Gone Wrong
  2. Love Henry
  3. Ragged & Dirty – Willie Brown
  4. Blood In My Eyes
  5. Broke Down Engine – Blind Willie McTell
  6. Della
  7. Stack A Lee – arr. Frank Hutchinson
  8. Two Soldiers
  9. Jack-A-Roe
  10. Lone Pilgrim – Benjamin Franklin White, Adger M. Pace

On October 26, 1987.


On October 26, 1987, “Polydor” label released “Mainstream”, the third and final Lloyd Cole and the Commotions album. It was recorded in 1987, and was produced by Ian Stanley.


  • Lloyd Cole– guitar, vocals
  • Neil Clark– guitar
  • Blair Cowan– keyboards
  • Lawrence Donegan– bass
  • Stephen Irvine – drums
  • Jon Hassell– trumpet
  • Nicky Holland – backing vocals, string arrangements
  • Tony Jackson – backing vocals
  • John Sloman– backing vocals
  • Fraser Speirs– harmonica
  • Tracey Thorn– vocals
  • Tommy Willis – lap steel guitar
  • Femi Jiya – engineer
  • Alastair Thain – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Neil Clark, Lloyd Cole, Blair Cowan, Lawrence Donegan and Stephen irvine , except where noted.

  1. My Bag
  2. From the Hip – Neil Clark, Cole, Blair Cowan, Lawrence Donegan, Stephen Irvine, McKillop
  3. 29
  4. Mainstream
  5. Jennifer She Said
  6. Malcontent
  7. Sean Penn Blues
  8. Big Snake – lyrics Lloyd Cole, music Ian Stanley
  9. Hey Rusty
  10. These Days

On October 26, 1979.


On October 26, 1979, “Step-Forward” label released “Dragnet”, the second Fall studio album. It was recorded 2–4 August 1979, at “Cargo Studios” in Rochdale, UK, and was produced by The Fall and Grant Showbiz.


  • Mark E. Smith– vocals, electric piano, kazoo, tape, co-production
  • Steve Hanley– bass guitar, backing vocals, co-production
  • Marc Riley– guitar, acoustic guitar, backing vocals, co-production
  • Craig Scanlon– guitar, electric piano, kazoo, tape, co-production
  • Mike Leigh – drums, co-production
  • Kay Carroll – backing vocals (credited as Mrs. Horace Sullivan)
  • Yvonne Pawlett – keyboards
  • Grant Showbiz– co-production
  • John Brierley – engineering
  • Oz McCormick – co-production
  • Geoff Travis, Mayo Thompson– co-production

Track listing:

  1. Psykick Dancehall – Mark E. Smith, Marc Riley
  2. A Figure Walks – Mark E. Smith
  3. Printhead – Mark E. Smith
  4. Dice Man – Mark E. Smith, Marc Riley, Craig Scanion
  5. Before the Moon Falls – Mike Leigh, Craig Scanlon, Marc Riley, Steve Hanley, Mark E. Smith
  6. Your Heart Out – The Fall
  7. Muzorewi’s Daughter – Kay Carroll, Mark E. Smith
  8. Flat of Angels – Mike Leigh, Craig Scanlon, Marc Riley, Steve Hanley, Mark E. Smith
  9. Choc-Stock – The Fall
  10. Spectre Vs Rector – Mike Leigh, Craig Scanlon, Steve Hanley, Mark E. Smith
  11. Put Away – Mark E. Smith

On October 25, 2014.


On October 25, 2014, John Symon Asher “Jack” Bruce aka Jack Bruce died aged 71. Being musician, singer and songwriter, he is best known as member and bass player of Cream. In his more than five decades long career, Bruce has performed and recorded with various famous musician including: Alexis Corner, Graham Bond, John Mayall, Manfred Mann, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Michael Gibbs, Tony Williams, Leslie West, Corky Laing, Carla Bley, Lou Reed, Michael Mantler, Charlie Mariano, John McLaughlin, Cozy Powell, Bernie Marsden, Trevor Rabin, Robin Trower, Mose Allison, Allan Holdsworth, Kip Hanrahan, Mark Nauseef, Miroslav Tadic, Anton Fier, Kenji Suzuki, Dick Heckstall – Smith, John Stevens, Vernon Reid, Cindy Blackman and John Medeski. In March 2011, “Rolling Stone” magazine  readers selected Bruce as the eighth greatest bass guitarist of all time.

On October 25, 2004.


On October 25, 2004, John Robert Parker Ravenscroft aka John Peel died aged 65. Being disc jockey, radio presenter, record producer and journalist, he is widely acknowledged for promoting artists working in various genres in “Peel’s Radio 1” shows, which usually consisted of four songs recorded by an artist live in the BBC’s studios. In 1969 Peel founded “Dandelion Records”, that label released 27 albums by 18 different artists before folding in 1972.

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