On October 1, 2013.

On October 1, 2013, “Rune Grammofon” label released “Places Of Worship”, the fifth   Arve Henriksen album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Erik Honoré and Jan Bang.

Personnel:

  • Arve Henriksen – trumpet, voice, tape (field recording)
  • Erik Honoré – vocals, synthesizer (synth bass), sampler (live sampling), drum programming
  • Jan Bang – sampler (live sampling), samples
  • Eivind Aarset – guitar (samples)
  • Christian Wallumrød, Jon Balke – piano (samples)
  • Lars Danielsson – double bass
  • Ingar Zach – percussion
  • Rolf Wallin – samples, crystal chord
  • Peter Tornquist – sampler samples, excerpts
  • Ensemble Stahlquartett – Alexander Fülle, Jan Heinke, Michael Antoni, Peter Andrea
  • The Norwegian Wind Ensemble – samples
  • Helge Sten – mastering
  • Arve Henriksen, Eivind Aarset, Ingar Zach, Thomas Hukkelberg – recording
  • Erik Honoré, Jan Bang – recording, mixing
  • Kim Hiorthøy – cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Arve Henriksen, except where noted.

  1. Adhān
  2. Saraswat
  3. Le Cimetière Marin
  4. The Sacristan
  5. Lament
  6. Portal
  7. Alhambra
  8. Bayon – Peter Tornquist
  9. Abandoned Cathedral
  10. Shelter From The Storm

On October 1, 2013.

On October 1, 2013, “ANTI” label released “B-Room”, the eighth Dr. Dog album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Nathan Sabatino.

Personnel:

  • Toby “Old Tober” Leaman – vocals, bass, guitar
  • Scott “Mickenz” McMicken – vocals, guitar, bass, Casio, banjo, percussion, autoharp, samples
  • Frank “Fx Mackanoid” McElroy – guitar, vocals
  • Zach “Z.U.” Miller – keyboards, piano, vocals, air organ, guitar
  • Eric “Slick” Slick – drums, percussion, marimba, synth, saxophone, samples
  • Dimitri “Gasoline Monster” Manos – percussion, marimba, drums, effects, samples, autoharp

Track listing:

 

  1. The Truth
  2. Broken Heart
  3. Minding the Usher
  4. Distant Light
  5. Phenomenon
  6. Too Weak to Ramble
  7. Long Way Down
  8. Cuckoo
  9. Twilight
  10. Rock & Roll
  11. Love
  12. Nellie l

On September 29, 2018.

On September 29, 2018, Otis Rush died aged 84. He was singer, guitarist and songwriter, together with Magic Sam and Buddy Guy, regarded as creator of the West Side Chicago blues style. In 1984, Rush was elected to the “Blues Hall of Fame”; in 2015, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked him at number 53 on its list of “100 Greatest Guitarists”; in 2018, “Jazz Foundation of America” honored Rush with a “Lifetime Achievement Award”. Rush influenced many musicians, including Peter Green, Michael Bloomfield and Eric Clapton.

On September 30, 2016.

On September 30, 2016, “Jagjaguwar” label released “22, A Million”, the third Bon Iver studio album.It was recorded 2012 – 2016, at “April Base” studio in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and was produced by April Base.

Personnel:

  • Justin Vernon – “Maker”, OP-1, guitar, prophet, bass, drums, M1
  • Chris Messina – “Maker’s Maker”
  • BJ Burton – “Noble Black Eagle”, C1 programming, C2 programming, saxophone, programming
  • Ryan Olson – “Scream Defence”, MIDI capture piano, sampler, field recorder
  • Camilla Stavely Taylor – “Trust Ear”, voices
  • Brad Cook – “Wings”
  • Zach Hanson – “Professional Mixer”
  • Mike Perry – “Neighbour”
  • Andra Chumas – “Mother Nourishment”
  • Rob Moose – “The Whisperer”, violins arrangement, violas arrangement, saxophones arrangement
  • Cherie Minske – “Rookie”
  • Jack – “The Prospector”
  • Michael Lewis – “The Oracle”, saxophones
  • Drew – “Key’s Grip”
  • Sad Sax of Shit – saxophones
  • Al Falaschi
  • Anthony Barba
  • Christopher Thomas
  • Clay Lyons
  • Clay Pufahl
  • Dustin Laurenzi
  • Mark Henderson
  • Matt Douglas
  • Nelson Devereaux
  • Peterson Ross
  • Scott Fultz
  • Michael Lewis
  • Andy Fitzpatrick – the 22000, OP-1
  • Joe “Squints” Westerlund – bowed cymbals
  • Trever Hagen – prepared trumpet
  • Chris Rosenau – electric and acoustic guitars
  • James Buckley – basses
  • Sean Carey – drums, percussion, DX7
  • Matt McCaughan – metal drum, drums
  • Andrew Broder – V3 programming, audible programming
  • Jessica Stavely Taylor, Elise Carey – voices
  • Colin Stetson – saxophones
  • Michael Vincent Vognar Noyce – voice
  • Huntley Miller – mastering
  • Eric Timothy Carlson – art

Track listing:

  1. 22 (OVER S∞∞N) – Justin Vernon
  2. 10 d E A T h b R E a s T – Justin Vernon, Ben lester, BJ Burton
  3. 715 – CR∑∑KS – Justin Vernon
  4. 33 GOD – Justin Vernon
  5. 29 #Strafford APTS – Justin Vernon, BJ Burton
  6. 666 ʇ – Justin Vernon
  7. 21 M◊◊N WATER – Justin Vernon, Sean Carey
  8. 8 (circle) – Justin Vernon, Ryan Olson, BJ Burton, Michael Lewis
  9. ____45_____ – Justin Vernon, Michael Lewis
  10. 00000 Million – Justin Vernon, Michael Lewis

On September 30, 1991.

On September 30, 1991, “FFRR Records” label released the self-titled, debut Orbital (known as the Green Album) album. It was recorded in 1991, and was produced by Paul Hartnoll and Phil Hartnoll.

Personnel:

  • Paul Hartnoll – performer
  • Phil Hartnoll – performer
  • Tim Hunt – engineer
  • Herbert Lesch – assistant engineer
  • Fultano ’91 – cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Hartnoll and Phil Hartnoll.

  1. The Moebius
  2. Speed Freak
  3. Oolaa
  4. Desert Storm
  5. Fahrenheit 303
  6. Steel Cube Idolatry
  7. High Rise
  8. Chime (live)
  9. Midnight (live)
  10. Belfast
  11. I Think It’s Disgusting (Outro)

On September 27, 2018.

On September 27, 2018, Martyn Jerel Buchwald aka Marty Balin died aged 76. He was singer, musician (guitar, keyboards) and songwriter, member of KBC Band, Jefferson Starship, but best known as the founder and one of the lead singers and songwriters of Jefferson Airplane.

On September 29, 2017.

On September 29, 2017, “ATO Records” label released “The Desaturating Seven” the ninth Primus studio album. It was recorded at “Rancho Relaxo” in California, and was produced by Les Claypool.

Personnel:

  • Les Claypool – vocals, bass guitar, upright bass
  • Larry LaLonde – electric guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Tim “Herb” Alexander – drums, percussion
  • Justin Chancellor – the goblin master

Track listing:

All tracks by Les Claypool.

  1. Then
  2. The Trek
  3. The Valley
  4. The Scheme
  5. The Dream
  6. The Storm
  7. The Ends?

 

On September 29, 1980.

On September 29, 1980, “MCA” label released “Carnaval”, the fourth Spyro Gyra album. It was recorded in 1980, at “Secret Sound Studio” in New York City, and was produced by Jay Beckenstein and Richard Calandra.

Personnel:

  • Jay Beckenstein – saxophones, piano
  • Tom Schuman, Jeremy Wall – keyboards
  • Dave Samuels – marimba, vibraphone
  • Chet Catallo, Hiram Bullock, Rick Strauss, John Tropea – guitar
  • Jim Kurzdorfer – bass
  • Eli Konikoff – drums
  • Gerardo Velez – percussion
  • Michael Brecker – flute
  • Randy Brecker – trumpet
  • Tom Malone – trombone, trumpet
  • Rob Mounsey – synthesizer
  • Will Lee – bass guitar
  • David Darling – cello
  • Steve Jordan – drums
  • Errol “Crusher” Bennett – percussion, congas
  • Steve Kroon, Richard Calandra – percussion
  • Jeremy Wall – assistant producer, conductor, horn arrangements, string arrangements
  • Tom Schuman – conductor, horn arrangements, string arrangements
  • Neil Dorfsman, Jack Malken – engineer
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering

Track listing:

  1. Cafe Amore – Chet Catallo
  2. Dizzy – Tom Schuman, Eli Konikoff
  3. Awakening – Jeremy Wall
  4. Cachaca – Jay Beckenstein
  5. Fox Trot – Jay Beckenstein
  6. Sweet ‘n’ Savvy – Tom Schuman
  7. Bittersweet – Jay Beckenstein
  8. Carnaval – Jeremy Wall

On September 29, 1979.

On September 29, 1979, “Virgin” label released “The Crack”, the debut Ruts album. It was recorded in 1979, at “Town House” in London, and was produced by Mick Glossop, Bob Sargeant, Paul Fox, Malcolm Owen, Dave Ruffy and John Jennings.

Personnel:

  • Malcolm Owen – vocals
  • Paul Fox – guitar, backing vocals; occasional organ
  • John “Segs” Jennings – bass guitar, backing vocals; piano
  • Dave Ruffy – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Richard Mannah, Bertie, Pocky, Rocky – backing vocals
  • Mick Glossop – synthesizer effects
  • Gary Barnacle – saxophone
  • Luke Tunney – trumpet
  • Mick Glossop – engineer, mixing
  • Paul Fox, Malcolm Owen, Dave Ruffy, John Jennings – cover concept
  • John H. Howard – front cover painting

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Fox, Malcolm Owen, Dave Ruffy and John Jennings except where noted.

  1. Babylon’s Burning
  2. Dope for Guns
  3. U.S. – Paul Fox, Malcolm Owen, Dave Ruffy, John Jennings, Richard Mannah
  4. Something That I Said
  5. You’re Just A..
  6. It Was Cold
  7. Savage Circle
  8. Jah War
  9. Criminal Mind
  10. Backbiter
  11. Out of Order
  12. Human Punk – recorded live at “The Marquee” in London

On September 28, 2010.

On September 28, 2010, “Interscope” label released “Invented”, the seventh Jimmy Eat World studio album. It was recorded September 2009 – May 2010, and was produced by Jim Adkins, Rick Burch, Zach Lind, Tom Linton and Mark Trombino.

Personnel:

  • Jim Adkins– lead vocals, lead guitar, piano, lyrics, art direction
  • Rick Burch – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Zach Lind – drums, percussion
  • Tom Linton – vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Courtney Marie Andrews– backing vocals
  • Rachel Haden– backing vocals
  • Doug Borrmann – synthesiser
  • Mark Trombino – mixing, additional recording
  • Ted Jensen- mastering
  • David Campbell- string arrangement, conductor
  • Wesley Seidman – strings recording

Track listing:

All tracks by Jim Adkins, Rick Burch, Zach Lind and Tom Linton.

  1. Heart Is Hard to Find
  2. My Best Theory
  3. Evidence
  4. Higher Devotion
  5. Movielike
  6. Coffee and Cigarettes
  7. Stop
  8. Littlething
  9. Cut
  10. Action Needs an Audience
  11. Invented
  12. Mixtape