In September 1957, “Atlantic” label released “The Clown”, the ninth Charles Mingus album. It was recorded February – March 1957, at “Atlantic Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Nesuhi Ertegün.
On August 29, 2021, Ron Bushy died aged 79. He was musician (drums) and graphic artist, member of the bands Voxmen, Magic and Gold, but was best known as drummer of Iron Butterfly. Bushy was the only Iron Butterfly member to appear on all band’s studio albums.
On August 30, 2019, “High Note” label released “Blue Dawn-Blue Nights”, the 21st and final Wallace Roney album. It was recorded September – December 2018, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and was produced by Wallace Roney.
Wallace Roney – trumpet
Emilio Modeste – soprano and tenor saxophone
Oscar Williams II – piano
Quintin Zoto – guitar
Paul Cuffari – bass
Kojo Odu Roney – drums
Lenny White – drums
Bookendz – Wallace Roney
Why Should There Be Stars – Bryce Rohde, Kaye Dunham
On August 29, 2012, “P.W. Elverum & Sun, Ltd.” label released “Ocean Roar”, the sixth Mount Eerie studio album. It was recorded January 2011 – February 2012, in Anacortes, Washington, and was produced by Phil Elverum.
Phil Elverum – vocals, guitars, bass, piano, synthesizer, drums, recording
In August 2005, “GJS” label released “Feoffees’ Lands”, the fourth Jacqui McShee’s Pentangle album. It was recorded in 2005, at “Presshouse Studio” in Devon, UK, and was produced by Gerry Conway, Spencer Cozens and Jacqui McShee.
Jacqui McShee – vocals
Spencer Cozens – keyboards
Alan Thomson – bass
Gerry Conway – drums
Martin Barre – guitars
David Hughes – guitar, backing vocals
John Giblin – basses, Ravi kora, Tibetan overtone singing
On August 28, 2001, “Surfdog Records” and “Hollywood Records” label released “Weird Revolution”, the eighth Butthole Surfers studio album. It was recorded in 2001, and was produced by Paul Leary and Rob Cavallo.
Gibby Haynes – vocals
Paul Leary – guitar, mixing
King Coffey – drums
Nathan Calhoun – bass
Chris Vrenna – additional drum programming
Michael Bradford – engineer, additional production
Stuart Sullivan – engineer, mixing
Allen Sides – engineer
Chris Lord-Alge – mixing
Brian Gardner – mastering
Actionfigure – art direction, design
The Shame of Life
Dracula from Houston
Shit Like This
The Last Astronaut
They Came In (“They Came In” ends at minute 4:02. After 17 minutes and 50 seconds of silence, at minute 21:52 begins a hidden track: it’s a reprise of the song “The Last Astronaut”
On August 28, 1996, “Infectious Records” label released “Still Life”, the debut Paradise Motel (The) album. It was recorded in 1996, in Melbourne, and was produced by Mérida Sussex, Matt Aulich, BJ Austin, Charles Bickford, Matt Bailey and Tim O’Shannassy.