On March 1, 1982.

On March 1, 1982, “Arista” label released “One Vice at a Time”, the sixth Krokus studio album. It was recorded in 1981, at “Battery Studios” in London, and was produced by Tony Platt, Marc Storace, Fernando von Arb, Mark Kohler, Chris von Rohr and Freddy Steady.

Personnel:

  • Marc Storace– lead vocals
  • Fernando von Arb– lead and rhythm guitar, bass, piano
  • Mark Kohler– rhythm and lead guitar
  • Chris von Rohr– bass, piano, percussion, drums
  • Freddy Steady– drums, percussion
  • Bruce Dickinson– backing vocals
  • Tony Platt– engineer, mixing
  • Barry Sage – assistant engineer

Track listing:

  1. Long Stick Goes Boom – Chris von Rohr, Fernando von Arb, Marc Storace
  2. Bad Boys, Rag Dolls – Chris von Rohr, Fernando von Arb, Marc Storace
  3. Playin’ the Outlaw – Chris von Rohr, Fernando von Arb, Freddy Steady, Marc Storace
  4. To the Top – Chris von Rohr, Fernando von Arb, Marc Storace
  5. Down the Drain – Chris von Rohr, Fernando von Arb
  6. American Woman – Burton Cummings, Gary Peterson, Michael James Kale, Randy Bachman
  7. I’m on the Run – Chris von Rohr, Fernando von Arb, Marc Storace
  8. Save Me – Chris von Rohr, Fernando von Arb, Freddy Steady, Marc Storace
  9. Rock ‘n’ Roll – Chris von Rohr, Fernando von Arb

On March 1, 1978.

On March 1, 1978, “Purple” label released “Northwinds”, the second David Coverdale album. It was recorded March – April 1977, at “Air Studios” in London, and was produced by Roger Glover.

Personnel:

  • David Coverdale- lead vocals, piano, electric piano
  • Micky Moody- guitars, backing vocals
  • Tim Hinkley- keyboards, backing vocals
  • Alan Spenner- bass
  • Tony Newman- drums, percussion
  • Roger Glover- synthesizer, clavinet, cowbell
  • Graham Preskett – violin
  • Lee Brilleaux– harmonica
  • Ronnie James Dio, Wendy Dio – backing vocals
  • Jon Walls – recording engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by David Coverdale, except where noted.

  1. Keep On Giving Me Love – David Coverdale, Micky Moody
  2. Northwinds
  3. Give Me Kindness
  4. Time & Again
  5. Queen of Hearts – David Coverdale, Micky Moody
  6. Only My Soul
  7. Say You Love Me
  8. Breakdown – David Coverdale, Micky Moody

On February 28, 2011.

On February 28, 2011, “Barking Moondog” label relased “Electronic Church Muzik”, the fourth Ant-Bee studio album. It was recorded over the course of several years, and was produced by Billy James.

Personnel:

  • Billy James (The Ant-Bee) – vocals, tape,  percussion,  Mellotron, vibraphone, guitar, keyboards, harp, cuica, washboard, violin,  choir
  • Jan Akkerman– guitar
  • Daevid Allen– vocals
  • Artemiy Artemiev– keyboards
  • Peter Banks– guitar
  • Jimmy Carl Black– spoken word
  • Mark Boston(as Rockette Morton) – bass guitar
  • Michael Bruce– guitar, bass guitar, sitar, vocala, keyboards
  • Napoleon Murphy Brock– vocals
  • Bruce Cameron– guitar, bass guitar, sitar
  • Jack Dougherty – pedal steel guitar
  • Peter Frohmader– keyboards, electronics
  • Bunk Gardner– saxophone, flute
  • Buzz Gardner– trumpet
  • Cor Gout – vocals
  • Moogy Klingman– keyboards
  • Bill Harkleroad(Zoot Horn Rollo) – guitar
  • Mike Logiovino – bass guitar
  • Rod Martin – trumpet
  • Groucho Marx– vocals
  • Zad McGough – background vocals
  • Alessandro Pizzin – keyboards
  • Don Preston– Moog synthesizer, keyboards, electronics
  • George Scala – recorder
  • Jim Sherwood(as Motorhead) – snorks
  • Gilli Smyth– vocals, spoken word

Track listing:

  1. Birth – Billy James, Gilli Smyth
  2. Living – Michael Bruce, Glen Buxton, Alice Cooper, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith
  3. The Language of the Body – Billy James, Daevid Allen
  4. Eye of Agamoto – Don Preston
  5. The Guff (Hall of Souls) – Peter Banks, Billy James, Gilli Smyth
  6. Mallard Flies Towards Heaven – Bill Harkleroad
  7. Ant-Bee’s Sunday Supper
  8. Flutter-Bye, Butter-Flye – Michael Bruce, Billy James
  9. Endless Journey – Peter Banks
  10. The Light – Billy James, Alessandro Pizzin
  11. Mannah – Jan Akkerman
  12. Psalm 23
  13. Hallelujah – Peter Frohmader, Billy James
  14. The Wrath – Part One (The Flood) – Billy James
  15. Secrets of the Dead – Bruce Cameron, Billy James
  16. Pennies From Heaven – Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston
  17. The Wrath – Part Two (Baptism Through Fire) – Billy James
  18. The Lords Prayer
  19. Angels
  20. Don’t You Ever Learn? – Todd Rundgren
  21. Re-Birth – Billy James, Gilli Smyth
  22. Final Benediction – Lord We Thank You

 

 

 

On February 28, 1983.

On February 28, 1983, “A&M” label released “The Key”, the eighth Joan Armatrading studio album. It was recorded in 1982, at “Townhouse Studios” in Shepherd’s Bush, London, “Polar Studios” in Stockholm and in New York City, and was produced by Steve Lillywhite and Val Garay.

Personnel:

  • Joan Armatrading – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano
  • Adrian Belew– electric guitar
  • Daryl Stuermer– electric guitar
  • Gary Sanford – electric guitar
  • Tony Levin– bass guitar
  • Larry Fast– synthesiser
  • Jerry Marotta– drums
  • Stewart Copeland– drums
  • Julian Diggle – percussion
  • Mel Collins– saxophone
  • Annie Whitehead– trombone
  • Guy Barker– trumpet
  • Dean Klevatt – piano
  • Jeremy Meek – vocal, bass
  • Craig Hull – electric guitar
  • Tim Pierce– electric guitar
  • Bryan Garofalo – bass guitar
  • Craig Krampf– drums
  • Steve “Goldie” Goldstein – keyboards
  • L. Benoit – percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Joan Armatrading.

  1. (I Love It When You) Call Me Names
  2. Foolish Pride
  3. Drop the Pilot
  4. The Key
  5. Everybody Gotta Know
  6. Tell Tale
  7. What Do Boys Dream
  8. The Game of Love
  9. The Dealer
  10. Bad Habits
  11. I Love My Baby

 

On February 27, 2001.

On February 27, 2001, “Summerfold Records” label released “The Sound of Surprise”, the seventh Bill Bruford’s Earthworks album. It was recorded in November 2000, at “Livingston Studios” in London, and was produced by Bill Bruford.

Personnel:

  • Bill Bruford– drums
  • Patrick Clahar – saxophones
  • Steve Hamilton – piano
  • Mark Hodgson – bass
  • Mark Chamberlain – engineer
  • David Singleton- mastering
  • Dave McKean – illustration, design, photography

Track listing:

  1. Revel Without a Pause – Bill Bruford, Steve Hamilton
  2. Triplicity – Bill Bruford, Steve Hamilton
  3. Shadow of a Doubt – Bill Bruford, Steve Hamilton
  4. Teaching Vera to Dance – Bill Bruford
  5. Half Life – Bill Bruford
  6. Come to Dust – Bill Bruford, Steve Hamilton
  7. Cloud Cuckoo Land – Bill Bruford
  8. Never the Same Way Once – Bill Bruford
  9. The Wooden Man Sings, and the Stone Woman Dances – Bill Bruford

On February 27, 2001.

On February 27, 2001, “Island” label released the self-titled, debut American Hi-Fi album. It was recorded in 2000, at “Plantation Mixing and Recording” in Haiku, Hawaii, and was produced by Bob Rock.

Personnel:

  • Stacy Jones– lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Jamie Arentzen– lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Drew Parsons– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Brian Nolan – drums
  • Br Rick Patrick – creative director
  • Mick Gillies – digital editing
  • Randy Staub– mixing
  • Ian Joseph Dobbs – engineer
  • David Campbell— string arrangements, conducting
  • Taylor Crothers – back cover, photography
  • Zoren Gold – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Stacy Jones.

  1. Surround
  2. Flavor of the Week
  3. A Bigger Mood
  4. Safer on the Outside
  5. I’m a Fool
  6. Hi – Fi Killer
  7. Blue Day
  8. My Only Enemy
  9. Don’t Wait for the Sun
  10. Another Perfect Day
  11. Scar
  12. What About Today
  13. Wall of Sound

On February 26, 2013.

On February 26, 2013, “Eagle Records” label released “Spirits of the Western Sky”, the eight Justin Hayward album. It was recorded in Genoa, Italy, and in Nashville, and was produced by Justin Hayward and Albert Parodi.

Personnel:

  • Justin Hayward – vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Frederic Arturi – keyboards
  • Lele Melotti – drums
  • Tracey Ackerman – background vocals
  • Kenny Loggins– vocals, guitar
  • Alberto Parodi – programming

Track listing:

All tracks by Justin Hayward, except where noted.

  1. In Your Blue Eyes
  2. One Day, Someday
  3. The Western Sky
  4. The Eastern Sun
  5. On The Road to Love – Justin Hayward, Kenny Loggins
  6. Lazy Afternoon
  7. In the Beginning
  8. It’s Cold Outside of Your Heart
  9. What You Resist Persists
  10. Broken Dream
  11. Captivated By You
  12. One Day, Someday – alternative extended version
  13. Rising
  14. Out There Somewhere
  15. Out There Somewhere – Raul Rincon remix

 

On February 26, 2002.

On February 26, 2002, “Artemis” label released “Lucky 7”, the seventh Reverend Horton Heat studio album. It was recorded November 11 – 12, 2001, at “Castle Oaks Studios” in Calabasas, California, and was produced by Ed Stasium.

Personnel:

  • Jim “Reverend Horton” Heath – vocals, guitar
  • Jimbo Wallace – upright bass
  • Scott Churilla – drums
  • Ed Stasium – recording, mixing
  • Jun – assistant engineer
  • Hatch – assistant engineer
  • Gene Grimaldi – mastering
  • Kaylynn Campbell, Johnny Ace, Jeff Wood – CD package design and illustrations

Track listing:

All tracks by Jim Heath.

  1. Loco Gringos Like a Party
  2. Like a Rocket
  3. Reverend Horton Heat’s Big Blue Car
  4. Galaxy 500
  5. What’s Reminding Me of You
  6. The Tiny Voice of Reason
  7. Duel at the Two O’Clock Bell
  8. Go With Your Friends
  9. Ain’t Gonna Happen
  10. Suicide Doors
  11. Remember Me
  12. Show Pony
  13. Sermon on the Jimbo
  14. You’ve Got a Friend in Jimbo

On February 25, 2003.

On February 25, 2003, “Bar / None” label released “Baby I’m Bored”, the debut Evan Dando album. It was recorded in 2002, at “Trout Recording” in Brooklyn, “Sage & Sound” in Los Angeles, “Wavelab Studio” in Tucson, AZ, and was produced by Jon Brion and Bryce Goggin.

Personnel:

  • Evan Dando – vocals, acoustic guitar, tambourine, organ, snare drums, drums, handclaps, effects, artwork
  • Bryce Goggin – piano
  • Jon Brion – vocals, various instruments
  • Joey Burns – double bass
  • Howe Gelb – guitar
  • Royston Langdon – vocals, bass, handclaps
  • Chris Brokaw – guitar, organ, drums, percussion
  • Arthur Johnson – drums
  • John Convertino – drums
  • Sim Cain – drums
  • Errin Familia- engineer
  • Craig Schumacher, Nick Luca- recording
  • Doug Sax, Robert Hadley – mastering
  • Nicholas Marantz – mixing
  • Mike Kelly – artwork
  • Elisabeth Moses – photography

Track listing:

  1. Repeat – Jon Brion, Evan Dando
  2. My Idea – Chris Brokaw, Tom Morgan
  3. Rancho Santa Fe – Evan Dando, Patrick Doyle
  4. Waking Up – Evan Dando, Royston Langdon
  5. Hard Drive – Ben Lee
  6. Shots Is Fired – Jon Brion, Evan Dando
  7. It Looks Like You – Jon Brion, Evan Dando
  8. The Same Thing You Thought Hard About Is the Same Part I Can Live Without – Evan Dando, Ben Lee, Tom Morgan
  9. Why Do You Do This to Yourself? – Jon Brion, Evan Dando
  10. All My Life – Ben Lee
  11. Stop My Head – Jon Brion, Evan Dando
  12. In the Grass All Wine Colored – Evan Dando

 

 

On February 25, 1998.

On February 25, 1998, “Somethin’ Else” label released “So What?”, the 35th Ron Carter album. It was recorded in January 4, 1998, at “Avatar Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Ron Carter.

Personnel:

  • Ron Carter- bass
  • Kenny Barron– piano
  • Lewis Nash– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Ron Carter, except where noted

  1. So What – Miles Davis
  2. You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To – Cole Porter
  3. It’s About Time
  4. My Foolish Heart – Victor Young, Ned Washington
  5. Hi-Fly – Randy Weston
  6. 3 More Days
  7. Eddie’s Theme
  8. The Third Plane