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In 1950, “Decca” label released “Ella Sings Gershwin”, the debut  Ella Fitzgerald album. It was recorded September 11 – 12, 1950, in New York City, and was produced by Milt Gabler. It was released as 10” LP.

Personnel:

  • Ella Fitzgerald- vocals
  • Ellis Larkins- piano

Track listing:

All music by George Gershwin, all lyrics by Ira Gershwin.

  1. Someone to Watch Over Me
  2. My One and Only
  3. But Not for Me
  4. Looking for a Boy
  5. I’ve Got a Crush on You
  6. How Long Has This Been Going On?
  7. Maybe
  8. Soon

In 1951, “Prestige” label released “Mulligan Plays Mulligan”, the third Gerry Mulligan album. It was recorded on August 27, 1951, and was released as 10” LP.

Personnel:

  • Gerry Mulligan- baritone saxophone
  • Max McElroy – baritone saxophone
  • Allan Eager- tenor saxophone
  • George Wallington- piano
  • Jerry Lloyd and Nick Travis- trumpet
  • Ollie Wilson – trombone
  • Phil Leshin – double-bass
  • Walter Bolden – drums
  • Gail Madden – maracas

Track listing:

  1. Funhouse
  2. Ide’s Side
  3. Roundhouse
  4. Kaper
  5. Bweebida Bobbida
  6. Mullenium
  7. Mulligan’s Too

In 1952, “Clef Records” label released “Billie Holiday Sings”, the debut Billie Holiday album with original material. It was recorded on March 26, 1952 at “Radio Recorders” in Hollywood, and was produced by Norman Granz. It was released as 10” LP.

Personnel:

  • Billie Holiday– vocals
  • Charlie Shavers– trumpet
  • Flip Phillips– tenor saxophone
  • Oscar Peterson– piano
  • Ray Brown– double bass
  • Barney Kessel– guitar
  • Alvin Stoller– drums
  • David Stone Martin– artwork

Track listing:

  1. I Only Have Eyes for You – Al Dubin, Harry Warren
  2. You Turned the Tables on Me – Louis Alter, Sidney D. Mitchell
  3. Blue Moon – Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
  4. (In My) Solitude – Eddie DeLange, Duke Ellington, Irving Mills
  5. These Foolish Things – Harry Link, Holt Marvell, Jack Strachey
  6. (You’d Be So) Easy to Love – Cole Porter
  7. You Go to My Head – Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie
  8. East of the Sun (and West of the Moon) – Brooks Bowman

In 1952, “Clet / Verve” labels released “Bird and Diz”, album by Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie. It was recorded February–May 5, 1949; and June 6, 1950; in New York City, and was produced by Norman Granz. It was released as 10” LP.

Personnel:

  • Charlie Parker- saxophone
  • Dizzy Gillespie- trumpet
  • Curley Russell- bass
  • Buddy Rich- drums
  • Thelonious Monk- piano
  • Tommy Potter– bass
  • Carlos Vidal – bongo
  • Max Roach– drums
  • Al Haig– piano
  • Tommy Turk- trombone
  • Kenny Dorham– trumpet
  • Dennis Drake – mastering
  • David Stone Martin- cover design

Track listing:

  1. Bloomdido – Charlie Parker
  2. My Melancholy Baby – Ernie M. Burnett, George A. Norton
  3. Relaxin’ with Lee – Charlie Parker
  4. Passport – Charlie Parker
  5. Leap Frog – Benny Harris, Charlie Parker
  6. An Oscar for Treadwell – Charlie Parker
  7. Mohawk – Charlie Parker
  8. Visa – Charlie Parker

In 1952, “Columbia” label released the self-titled, debut Johnnie  Ray album. It was recorded October 1951 – February 1952, and was produced by Mitch Miller. It was released as 10” LP, and was the first album in the history of recorded music to be released with no title.

Personnel:

  • Johnnie Ray– vocals
  • The Four Lads– vocals
  • Vincent Terri – guitar
  • Mundell Lowe– guitar
  • John Ryan – bass
  • Edward ‘Eddie’ Safranski– bass
  • Nick Fatool– drums
  • Ed Shaughnessy– drums
  • Buddy Cole– piano
  • Stan Freeman– piano
  • Buddy Weed – piano
  • Lucky Thompson– saxophone

Track listing:

  1. Don’t Blame Me – Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields
  2. Walkin’ My Baby Back Home – Fred Ahlert, Roy Turk
  3. Don’t Take Your Love From Me – Henry Nemo
  4. All of Me – Gerald Marks, Seymour Simons
  5. Give Me Time – Alec Wilder
  6. The Lady Drinks Champagne – Jacques Wilson, Allan Jeffreys
  7. Out in the Cold Again – Rube Bloom, Ted Koehler
  8. Coffee and Cigarettes – Doug Arthur, Herb Hendler

In 1952, “Clef” label released “Oscar Peterson Plays Duke Ellington”, the ninth Oscar Peterson album. It was recorded in December 1952, and was produced by Norman Granz.

Personnel:

  • Oscar Peterson– piano
  • Barney Kessel– guitar
  • Ray Brown– double bass

Track listing:

All tracks by Duke Ellington, except where noted.

  1. I Got It Bad (and That Ain’t Good) – Paul Francis Webster
  2. In a Mellow Tone
  3. Just A-Sittin’ and A-Rockin’ – Lee Gaines, Billy Strayhorn
  4. Take the “A” Train – Billy Strayhorn
  5. Sophisticated Lady – Irving Mills, Mitchell Parish
  6. Cotton Tail
  7. Prelude to a Kiss – Mack Gordon, Irving Mills
  8. Things Ain’t What They Used to Be – Johnny Mercer, Duke Ellington, Ted Persons
  9. Rockin’ in Rhythm – Irving Mills
  10. Never No Lament (Do Nothin’ Til You Hear from Me) – Bob Russell
  11. Don’t Get Around Much Anymore – Bob Russell
  12. John Hardy’s Wife – Ellington

In 1954, “Decca” label released “Songs in a Mellow Mood”, the second Ella Fitzgerald album. It was recorded March 29 – 30, 1954, and was produced by Milt Gabler.

Personnel:

  • Ella Fitzgerald- vocals
  • Ellis Larkins- piano

Track listing:

  1. I’m Glad There Is You – Jimmy Dorsey, Paul Mertz
  2. What Is There to Say? – Vernon Duke, Yip Harburg
  3. People Will Say We’re in Love – Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers
  4. Please Be Kind – Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin
  5. Until the Real Thing Comes Along – Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin, L.E. Freeman, Mann Holiner, Alberta Nichols
  6. Makin’ Whoopee – Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn
  7. Imagination – Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen
  8. Stardust – Hoagy Carmichael, Mitchell Parish
  9. My Heart Belongs to Daddy – Cole Porter
  10. You Leave Me Breathless – Ralph Freed, Frederick Hollander
  11. Baby, What Else Can I Do? – Walter Hirsch, Ralph Marks
  12. Nice Work If You Can Get It – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin

In 1955, “Debut” label released “Blue Moods”, the fourteen Miles Davis album. It was recorded on July 9, 1955, and was produced by Charles Mingus.

Personnel:

  • Miles Davis– trumpet
  • Britt Woodman– trombone
  • Charles Mingus– bass
  • Teddy Charles– vibes
  • Elvin Jones– drums

Track listing:

  1. Nature Boy – Eden Ahbez
  2. Alone Together – Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz
  3. There’s No You – Hal Hopper, Tom Adair
  4. Easy Living – Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin

In 1955, “EmArcy” label released “Clifford Brown with Strings”, the seventieth Clifford Brown album. It was recorded January 18 – 20, 1955.

Personnel:

  • Clifford Brown- trumpet
  • Richie Powell- piano
  • Max Roach- drums
  • George Morrow- double bass
  • Barry Galbraith- guitar
  • Neal Hefti- arranger, conductor

Track listing:

  1. Yesterdays – Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern
  2. Laura – Johnny Mercer, David Raksin
  3. What’s New? – Johnny Burke, Bob Haggart
  4. Blue Moon – Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
  5. Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man – Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern
  6. Embraceable You – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
  7. Willow Weep for Me – Ann Ronell
  8. Memories of You – Eubie Blake, Andy Razaf
  9. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes – Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern
  10. Portrait of Jenny – Gordon Burdge,  Russel Robinson
  11. Where or When – Hart, Rodgers
  12. Stardust – Hoagy Carmichael, Mitchell Parish

In 1955, “Verve” label released “In a Romantic Mood”, the 31st Oscar Peterson album. It was recorded on December 30, 1955, and was produced by Norman Granz.

Personnel:

  • Oscar Peterson– piano
  • Russ Garcia– arranger, conductor

Track listing:

  1. Ruby – Mitchell Parish, Heinz Eric Roemheld
  2. Stars Fell on Alabama – Mitchell Parish, Frank Perkins
  3. Black Coffee – Sonny Burke, Paul Francis Webster
  4. Laura – Johnny Mercer, David Raksin
  5. The Boy Next Door – Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane
  6. Our Waltz – David Rose
  7. Tenderly – Walter Gross, Jack Lawrence
  8. I Thought About You – Jimmy Van Heusen, Mercer
  9. I Only Have Eyes for You – Al Dubin, Harry Warren
  10. Stella by Starlight – Ned Washington, Victor Young
  11. A Sunday Kind of Love – Barbara Bell, Anita Leonard, Louis Prima, Stan Rhodes
  12. It Could Happen to You – Johnny Burke, Van Heusen

In 1955, “Columbia” label released “Meet Betty Carter and Ray Bryant”, album by Betty Carter and Ray Bryant. It was recorded on May 13, 1955, in New York City, and was produced by Sid Feller. It was for Carter and Bryant debut on record as leading artists.

Personnel:

  • Betty Carter– vocals
  • Ray Bryant- piano
  • Jerome Richardson- flute
  • Wendell Marshall- double bass
  • Philly Joe Jones- drums

Track listing:

  1. Sneaking Around – Ray Bryant
  2. Moonlight in Vermont – John Blackburn, Karl Suessdorf
  3. What Is This Thing Called Love? – Cole Porter
  4. Thou Swell – Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
  5. Willow Weep for Me – Ann Ronell
  6. I Could Write a Book – Hart, Rodgers
  7. Threesome – Ray Bryant
  8. Gone with the Wind – Herbert Magidson, Allie Wrubel
  9. Old Devil Moon – Yip Harburg, Burton Lane
  10. The Way You Look Tonight – Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern
  11. No Moon at All – Redd Evans, David Mann
  12. Can’t We Be Friends? – Paul James, Kay Swift

In 1955, “EmArcy” label released “In the Land of Hi-Fi”, the fifth Sarah Vaughan album. It was recorded on October 26 and 27 1955, in New York City, and was produced by Bob Shad.

Personnel:

  • Sarah Vaughan– vocals

The Ernie Wilkins orchestra

  • Ernie Royal, Bernie Glow– trumpet
  • Kai Winding,  J. Johnson– trombones
  • Cannonball Adderley, Sam Marowitz – alto saxophone
  • Jerome Richardson– flute, tenor saxophone
  • Jimmy Jones– piano
  • Turk Van Lake– guitar
  • Joe Benjamin– double bass
  • Roy Haynes– drums
  • Ernie Wilkins– arranger, conductor
  • Dennis Drake – remixing, remastering
  • Ellie Hughes, Tom Hughes – artwork, design
  • Seth Rothstein, Richard Seidel – preparation

Track listing:

  1. Over the Rainbow – Harold Arlen, Yip Harburg
  2. Soon – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
  3. Cherokee – Ray Noble
  4. I’ll Never Smile Again – Ruth Lowe
  5. Don’t Be on the Outside – George Kelly, Mayme Watts, Sidney Wyche
  6. How High the Moon – Nancy Hamilton, Morgan Lewis
  7. It Shouldn’t Happen to a Dream – Duke Ellington, Don George, Johnny Hodges
  8. Sometimes I’m Happy – Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans
  9. Maybe – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
  10. An Occasional Man – Ralph Blane, Hugh Martin
  11. Why Can’t I? – Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
  12. Oh My – Joe Greene

In 1955, “EmArcy” label released “Study in Brown”, album by Clifford Brown and Max Roach. It was recorded February 23 – 25, 1955, in “Capitol Studios: in New York City.

Personnel:

  • Clifford Brown- trumpet
  • Harold Land- tenor saxophone
  • Richie Powell- piano
  • George Morrow- double bass
  • Max Roach- drums

Track listing:

  1. Cherokee – Ray Noble
  2. Jacqui – Richie Powell
  3. Swingin’ – Clifford Brown
  4. Lands End – Harold Land
  5. George’s Dilemma – Clifford Brown
  6. Sandu – Clifford Brown
  7. Gerkin for Perkin – Clifford Brown
  8. If I Love Again – Jack Murray and Ben Oakland
  9. Take the “A” Train – Billy Strayhorn

In 1955, “Clef” label released “Count Basie Swings, Joe Williams Sings”, album by Count Basie and Joe Williams. It was recorded May 17 – July 26, 1955, at “Fine Sound” in New York City, “Universal Recording Corp” in Chicago on January 23, 1956, and was produced by Norman Granz.

Personnel:

  • Joe Williams- vocals
  • Count Basie- piano
  • Wendell Culley, Reunald Jones, Thad Jones, Joe Newman- trumpet
  • Henry Coker, Bill Hughes, Benny Powell- trombone
  • Marshall Royal- alto saxophone, clarinet
  • Bill Graham- alto saxophone
  • Frank Wess- alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute
  • Frank Foster- tenor saxophone
  • Charlie Fowlkes- baritone saxophone, bass clarinet
  • Freddie Green- guitar
  • Eddie Jones- bass
  • Sonny Payne- drums
  • Frank Foster, Ernie Wilkins – arranger

Track listing:

  1. Every Day I Have the Blues – Peter Chapman, Mayall York
  2. The Come Back – Memphis Slim
  3. Alright, Okay, You Win – Sidney Wyche
  4. In the Evening (When the Sun Goes Down) – Leroy Carr, Don Raye
  5. Roll ‘Em Pete – Pete Johnson, Big Joe Turner
  6. Teach Me Tonight – Sammy Cahn, Gene DePaul
  7. My Baby Upsets Me – Joe Williams
  8. Please Send Me Someone to Love – Percy Mayfield
  9. Ev’ry Day – Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal

In 1955, “Riverside” label released “Thelonious Monk Plays Duke Ellington”, the tenth Thelonious Monk album. It was recorded July 21 – 27, 1955, at “Van Gelder Studio” in New Jersey, and was produced by Orrin Keepnews.

Track listing:

  • Thelonious Monk– piano
  • Oscar Pettiford– bass
  • Kenny Clarke– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Duke Ellington.

  1. It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)
  2. Sophisticated Lady
  3. I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good
  4. Black and Tan Fantasy
  5. Mood Indigo
  6. I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart
  7. Solitude
  8. Caravan

In 1956, “Prestige” label released “The Musings of Miles”, the 13th Mile Davis album. It was recorded on June 7, 1956, at Rudy Van Gelder’s home studio, and was produced by Bob Weinstock. It was the first Miles Davis 12″ LP.

Personnel:

  • Miles Davis– trumpet
  • Red Garland– piano
  • Oscar Pettiford– bass
  • Philly Joe Jones– drums

Track listing:

  1. Will You Still Be Mine? – Matt Dennis, Tom Adair
  2. I See Your Face before Me – Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz
  3. I Didn’t – Miles Davis
  4. A Gal in Calico – Arthur Schwartz, Leo Robin
  5. A Night in Tunisia – Dizzy Gillespie, Frank Paparelli
  6. Green Haze – Mile Davis

In 1956, “EmArcy” label released “Clifford Brown and Max Roach at Basin Street”, album by the Clifford Brown and Max Roach Quintet. It was recorded on January 4 and February 16 – 17, 1956, and was produced by Bob Shad.

Personnel:

  • Clifford Brown- trumpet
  • Sonny Rollins– tenor saxophone
  • Richie Powell– piano, celesta, arranger
  • George Morrow– double bass
  • Max Roach– drums

Track listing:

  1. What Is This Thing Called Love? – Cole Porter
  2. Love Is a Many-Splendor Thing – Sammy Fain, Paul Francis Webster
  3. I’ll Remember April – Gene de Paul, Patricia Johnston, Don Raye
  4. Powell’s Prances – Richie Powell
  5. Time – Richie Powell
  6. The Scene Is Clean – Tadd Dameron, arr. Dameron
  7. Gertrude’s Bounce – Richie Powell

In 1956, “Storyville” label released “Toshiko – Her Trio, Her Quartet”, the third Toshiko Akiyoshi album. It was recorded in July 1956, in New York City.

Personnel:

Tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 7:

  • Toshiko Akiyoshi– piano
  • Roy Hanes– drums
  • Oscar Pettiford– bass

Tracks 3, 6, 8:

  • Toshiko Akiyoshi– piano
  • Boots Mussulli– alto saxophone
  • Ed Thigpen– drums
  • Wyatt Reuther– bass

Track listing:

  1. Kelo – J. Johnson
  2. Salute to Shorty – Toshiko Akiyoshi
  3. Pea, Bee and Lee – Toshiko Akiyoshi
  4. Taking a Chance on Love – Duke, Latouche, Fetter
  5. All the Things You Are – Kern
  6. No Moon at All – Evans, Mann
  7. I’ll Remember April – DePaul, Raye, Johnston
  8. Thou Swell – Rodgers, Hart

In 1956, “RCA Victor” label released “Finger-Style Guitar”, the sixth Chet Atkins studio album. It was recorded October – November, 1956, in Nashville, and was produced by Chet Atkins.

Personnel:

  • Chet Atkins – guitar
  • Floyd Cramer– piano
  • Farris Coursey – drums
  • Jim Carney – drums
  • Ernie Newton – bass
  • Jack Shook – rhythm guitar
  • Hank Snow– guitar

Track listing:

  1. Swedish Rhapsody – Hugo Alfvén
  2. Liza (All the Clouds’ll Roll Away) -George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Gus Kahn
  3. In the Mood – Joe Garland, Andy Razaf
  4. Heartaches – Al Hoffman, John Klenner
  5. The Glow Worm – Paul Lincke, Johnny Mercer
  6. Dance of the Golden Rod – Merle Travis
  7. Petite Waltz – traditional
  8. La Adelita – Francisco Tárrega
  9. Gavotte in D – François Joseph Gossec
  10. Unchained Melody – Alex North, Hy Zaret
  11. Waltz in A Flat – Johannes Brahms
  12. Malaguena – Ernesto Lecuona

In 1956, “Prestige” label released “Django”, the fifth Modern Jazz Quartet album. It was recorded on June 25, 1953, in New York City, December 23, a954 and January 9, 1955, in Hackensack, NJ, and was produced by Ira Gitler and Bob Weinstock.

Personnel:

  • Milt Jackson— vibraphone
  • John Lewis— piano
  • Percy Heath— bass
  • Kenny Clarke— drums

Track listing:

  1. Django – John Lewis
  2. One Bass Hit – Dizzy Gillespie
  3. La Ronde Suite – John Lewis
  4. The Queen’s Fancy – John Lewis
  5. Delauney’s Dilemma – John Lewis
  6. Autumn In New York – Vernon Duke
  7. But Not for Me – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
  8. Milano – John Lewis

In 1956, “Atlantic” label released “Fontessa”, the sixth Modern Jazz Quartet album. It was recorded January 22, 1956, and February 14, 1956, in New York City, and at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, and was produced by Nesuhi Ertegun.

Personnel:

  • John Lewis– piano
  • Milt Jackson– vibraphone
  • Percy Heath– double bass
  • Connie Kay– drums

Track listing:

  1. Versailles – John Lewis
  2. Angel Eyes – Earl Brent, Matt Dennis
  3. Fontessa – John Lewis
  4. Over the Rainbow – Harold Arlen, Y. Harburg
  5. Bluesology – Milt Jackson
  6. Willow Weep for Me – Ann Ronell
  7. Woody ‘n’ You – Dizzy Gillespie

In 1957, “Contemporary” label released “Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm Section”, the ninth Art Pepper album. It was recorded on January 19, 1957, at “Contemporary’s Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Lester Koenig.

Personnel:

  • Art Pepper- alto saxophone
  • Red Garland- piano
  • Paul Chambers– bass
  • Philly Joe Jones- drums

Track listing:

  1. You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To – Cole Porter
  2. Red Pepper Blues – Art Pepper, Red Garland
  3. Imagination – Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke
  4. Waltz Me Blues – Art Pepper, Paul Chambers
  5. Straight Life – Art Pepper
  6. Jazz Me Blues – Tom Delaney
  7. Tin Tin Deo – Gil Fuller, Chano Pozo
  8. Star Eyes – Gene de Paul, Don Raye
  9. Birks’ Works – Dizzy Gillespie

In 1958, “Columbia” label released “Ellington Indigos”, album by Duke Ellington. It was recorded March – October, 1957, and was produced by Irving Townsend.

Personnel:

  • Duke Ellington– piano
  • Jimmy Woode– bass
  • Sam Woodyard– drums
  • Paul Gonsalves- tenor saxophone
  • Jimmy Hamilton, Russell Procope- clarinet, alto saxophone
  • Harry Carney- baritone saxophone
  • Johnny Hodges, Rick Henderson- alto saxophone
  • John Sanders – bass trombone
  • Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman- trombone
  • Cat Anderson, Shorty Baker, Willie Cook, Clark Terry– trumpet
  • Ray Nance- trumpet, violin
  • Ozzie Bailey– vocal
  • Stanley Dance – liner notes
  • Allen Weinberg – artwork, cover design
  • David Gahr – photography

Track listing:

  1. Solitude – Duke Ellington
  2. Where or When – Richard Rodgers
  3. Mood Indigo – Duke Ellington, Barney Bigard
  4. Autumn Leaves – Joseph Kosma, Jacques Prévert, Johnny Mercer
  5. Prelude to a Kiss – Duke Ellington
  6. Willow Weep for Me – Ann Ronell
  7. Tenderly – Dancing in the Dark — Arthur Schwartz

In 1958, “Prestige” label released “Wheelin’ & Dealin’”, album by The Prestige All Stars, a group including John Coltrane, Frank Wess and other jazz musicians who were under contract with the Prestige label. It was recorded on September 20, 1957, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Hackensack, NJ, and was produced by Bob Weinstock.

Personnel:

  • John Coltrane– tenor saxophone
  • Paul Quinichette– tenor saxophone
  • Frank Wess– tenor saxophone, flute
  • Mal Waldron– piano
  • Doug Watkins– bass
  • Art Taylor– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Mal Waldron, except where noted.

  1. Things Ain’t What They Used to Be – Mercer Ellington, Ted Persons
  2. Wheelin’ – (Take 2)
  3. Robbin’s Nest – Illinois Jacquet, Bob Russell, Sir Charles Thompson
  4. Dealin’ (Take 2)

In 1959, “Chess” label released “Moanin’ in the Moonlight”, the Howlin’ Wolf album. It was recorded May – August 1951, at “Memphis Recording Service” in Memphis, Tennessee, March 1959 in Chicago, Illinois, and was produced by Leonard Chess, Phil Chess, Willie Dixon and Sam Phillips. The album was a compilation of previously issued singles by “Chess” label.

Personnel:

  • Howlin’ Wolf– vocals, harmonica
  • Willie Johnson– guitar
  • Willie Steele – drums
  • Ike Turner– piano
  • Hubert Sumlin– guitar
  • Hosea Lee Kennard – piano
  • Willie Dixon– bass
  • Earl Phillips – drums
  • Jody Williams– guitar
  • Otis Spann– piano
  • Lee Cooper – guitar
  • Fred Below– drums
  • P. Leary – drums
  • Adolph “Billy” Dockins – tenor saxophone
  • Otis “Smokey” Smothers– guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by Chester Burnett (Howlin’ Wolf), except when noted.

  1. Moanin’ at Midnight
  2. How Many More Years
  3. Smokestack Lightnin’
  4. Baby How Long
  5. No Place to Go
  6. All Night Boogie
  7. Evil — Willie Dixon
  8. I’m Leavin’ You
  9. Moanin’ for My Baby
  10. I Asked for Water (She Gave Me Gasoline
  11. Forty-Four – Roosevelt Sykes
  12. Somebody in My Home

In 1960, “Verve” label released “A Portrait of Duke Ellington”, the 31st Dizzy Gillespie album. It was recorded April 27 – 28, 1960, in New York City.

Personnel:

  • Dizzy Gillespie- trumpet
  • Bennie Green- trombone
  • Ray Alonge, Richard Berg, Joe Singer – French horn
  • Jay McAllister – tuba
  • Robert DiDomenica – flute
  • Ernest Bright, John Murtaugh, Paul Richie, Stan Webb – woodwinds
  • George Devens – vibraphone
  • Hank Jones- piano, celesta
  • George Duvivier- bass
  • Charlie Persip- drums
  • Clare Fischer- arranger, director

Track listing:

All tracks by Duke Ellington, except where noted.

  1. In a Mellow Tone
  2. Things Ain’t What They Used to Be – Mercer Ellington
  3. Serenade to Sweden
  4. Chelsea Bridge – Billy Strayhorn
  5. Upper Manhattan Medical Group – Billy Strayhorn
  6. Do Nothin’ Till You Hear from Me
  7. Caravan – Juan Tizol, Duke Ellington
  8. Sophisticated Lady
  9. Johnny Come Lately
  10. Perdido – Tizol
  11. Come Sunday

In 1961,”Verve” label released “Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie!”, the 30th Ella Fitzgerald album. It was recorded January 1961 in New York City, June 196 in Los Angeles, 1, and was produced by Norman Granz.

Personnel:

  • Ella Fitzgerald- vocals
  • Lou Levy- piano
  • Herb Ellis- guitar
  • Joe Mondragon- bass
  • Wilfred Middlebrooks – double bass
  • Gus Johnson- drums

Track listing:

  1. A Night in Tunisia – Dizzy Gillespie, Frank Paparelli
  2. You’re My Thrill – Sidney Clare, Jay Gorney
  3. My Reverie – Larry Clinton, Claude Debussy
  4. Stella by Starlight – Ned Washington, Victor Young
  5. ‘Round Midnight – Bernie Hanighen, Thelonious Monk, Cootie Williams
  6. Jersey Bounce – Tiny Bradshaw, Buddy Feyne, Edward Johnson, Bobby Plater
  7. Signing Off – Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly
  8. Cry Me a River – Arthur Hamilton
  9. This Year’s Kisses – Irving Berlin
  10. Good Morning Heartache – Ervin Drake, Dan Fisher, Irene Higginbotham
  11. (I Was) Born to Be Blue – Mel Tormé, Bob Wells
  12. Clap Hands! Here Comes Charlie! – Ballard MacDonald, Joseph Meyer, Billy Rose
  13. Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most – Fran Landesman, Tommy Wolf
  14. The Music Goes Round and Round – Eddie Farley, Red Hodgson, Mike Riley

In 1962, “Blue Note” label released “Takin’ Off”, the debut Herbie Hancock album. It was recorded on May 28, 192, at “Van Gelder Studio”, in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and was produced by Alfred Lion.

Personnel:

  • Herbie Hancock– piano
  • Freddie Hubbard– trumpet
  • Dexter Gordon– tenor saxophone
  • Butch Warren– double bass
  • Billy Higgins– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Herbie Hancock.

  1. Watermelon Man
  2. Three Bags Full
  3. Empty Pockets
  4. The Maze
  5. Driftin’
  6. Alone and I

In 1962, “Verve” label released “On My Way & Shoutin’ Again!”, album by Count Basie. It was recorded November 2-5, 1962, in New York City, and was produced by Jim Davis.

Personnel:

  • Count Basie- piano
  • Al Aarons, Sonny Cohn, Thad Jones, Fip Ricard, Ernie Royal- trumpet
  • Henry Coker, Grover Mitchell, Benny Powell- trombone
  • Marshal Royal- alto saxophone, clarinet
  • Frank Wess- alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute
  • Eric Dixon- tenor saxophone, flute
  • Frank Foster, – tenor saxophone
  • Charlie Fowlkes- baritone saxophone, flute
  • Freddie Green- guitar
  • Buddy Catlett- bass
  • Sonny Payne- drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Neal Hefti

  1. I’m Shoutin’ Again
  2. Ducky Bumps
  3. The Long Night
  4. Jump for Johnny
  5. Ain’t That Right
  6. Together Again
  7. Shanghaied
  8. Skippin’ with Skitch
  9. Eee Dee
  10. Rose Bud

In 1963, “Verve” label released “Any Number Can Win”, the 25th Jimmy Smith album. It was recorded in July 1963, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood, New Jersey, and was produced by Creed Taylor.

Personnel:

  • Jimmy Smith– Hammond organ
  • Bob Bushnell– bass guitar
  • Art Davis– double bass
  • George Duvivier– double bass
  • Milt Hinton– double bass
  • Ed Shaughnessy– drums
  • Doug Allen – drums
  • Mel Lewis– drums
  • Billy Mure– guitar
  • Kenny Burrell– guitar
  • Vince Gambella – guitar
  • George Devens – percussion
  • Jimmy Cleveland, Melba Liston, Paul Faulise – trombone
  • Charlie Shavers– trumpet
  • Snooky Young– trumpet
  • Jimmy Maxwell – trumpet
  • Joe Newman– trumpet
  • James Sedlar – trumpet
  • Budd Johnson– woodwind
  • Jerome Richardson– woodwind
  • Jerry Dodgion, Marvin Halladay, Phil Woods, Seldon Powell– woodwinds
  • Billy Byers– arranger
  • Claus Ogerman– arranger, conductor

Track listing:

  1. You Came a Long Way from St. Louis John Benson Brooks, Bob Russell
  2. The Ape Woman – Lalo Schifrin
  3. Georgia on My Mind – Hoagy Carmichael, Stuart Gorrell
  4. G’won Train – Patti Bown
  5. (Theme From) Any Number Can Win – Michel Magne
  6. What’d I Say – Ray Charles
  7. The Sermon – Jimmy Smith
  8. Ruby – Mitchell Parish, Heinz Roemheld
  9. Tubs – Jimmy Smith
  10. Blues for C.A. – Jimmy Smith

In 1963, “Columbia” label released “Criss-Cross”, the 26th Thelonious Monk album. It was recorded November 1962 – March 1963, in New York City, and was produced by Teo Macero.

Personnel:

  • Thelonious Monk– piano
  • Charlie Rouse– tenor saxophone
  • John Ore– bass
  • Frankie Dunlop– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Thelonious Monk, except where noted.

  1. Hackensack
  2. Tea for Two – Vincent Youmans, Irving Caesar
  3. Criss Cross
  4. Eronel – Monk, Idrees Sulieman, Sadik Hakim
  5. Rhythm-A-Ning
  6. Don’t Blame Me (Retake 1) – Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields
  7. Think of One
  8. Crepuscule with Nellie

In 1964, “Columbia” label released “A Session with The Dave Clark Five”, the debut Dave Clark Five album. It was recorded in 194, and was produced by Adrian Clark.

Personnel:

  • Dave Clark– drums, backing vocals
  • Mike Smith– keyboards, lead vocals
  • Lenny Davidson– guitars, backing vocals
  • Rick Huxley– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Denis Payton– saxophone
  • Les Reed– musical direction
  • Bruce Fleming– photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Mike Smith, Dave Clark, Lenny Davidson, Rick Huxley and Denis Payton, except where noted.

  1. Can’t You See That She’s Mine
  2. I Need You I Love You
  3. I Love You No More
  4. Rumble – Link Wray, Mill Grant
  5. Funny – Dave Clark, Denis Payton
  6. On Broadway – Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
  7. Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah – Allie Wrubel
  8. Can I Trust You – Dave Clark
  9. Forever and a Day
  10. Theme Without a Name – Dave Clark, Lenny Davidson
  11. She’s All Mine
  12. Time – Dave Clark

In 1964, “Status Records” label released “The Dealers”, the third Mal Waldron album. It was recorded on April 19, 1957, and was produced by Bob Weinstock.

Personnel:

  • Mal Waldron— piano
  • John Coltrane— tenor saxophone
  • Bill Hardman— trumpet
  • Jackie McLean— alto saxophone
  • Paul Quinichette— tenor saxophone
  • Frank Wess— tenor saxophone, flute
  • Julian Euell— bass
  • Doug Watkins— bass
  • Art Taylor— drums

Track listing:

  1. Blue Calypso
  2. Falling in Love With Love
  3. Dealin’ (alternate take)
  4. Wheelin’ (alternate take)

In 1964, “Verve” label released “We Get Requests”, album by Oscar Peterson Trio. It was recorded October – November 1964, and was produced by Norman Granz.

Personnel:

  • Oscar Peterson- piano
  • Ray Brown- double bass
  • Ed Thigpen- drums
  • Val Valentin– engineering director
  • Bob Simpson – engineer

Track listing:

  1. Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars (Corcovado) – Antonio Carlos Jobim
  2. The Days of Wine and Roses – Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer
  3. My One and Only Love – Robert Mellin, Guy Wood
  4. People – Bob Merrill, Jule Styne
  5. Have You Met Miss Jones? – Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
  6. You Look Good to Me – Seymour Lefco, Clement Wells
  7. The Girl from Ipanema – Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes, Norman Gimbel
  8. D & E – John Lewis
  9. Time and Again – Noël Coward
  10. Goodbye J.D. – Oscar Peterson

In 1964, “Columbia” label released “It’s Monk’s Time”, the sixth Thelonious Monk album. It was recorded January 20 -3o, February 10 and March 9, 1964, and was produced by Teo Macero.

Personnel:

  • Thelonious Monk– piano
  • Butch Warren– bass
  • Ben Riley– drums
  • Charlie Rouse– tenor saxophone

Track listing:

  1. Lulu’s Back In Town – Al Dubin, Harry Warren
  2. Memories of You – Andy Razaf, Eubie Blake
  3. Stuffy Turkey – Thelonious Monk
  4. Brake’s Sake – Thelonious Monk
  5. Nice Work If You Can Get It – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
  6. Shuffle Boil – Thelonious Monk

In 1965, “Quality Records” label released “Hey Ho (What You Do to Me!)”, The  Guess Who second studio album. It was recorded 1963 – 1965, at “Studio B at CJAY-TV” in Winnipeg, MA, and “Scepter Studios”, NY, and was produced by Bob Burns.

Personnel:

  • Chad Allan– lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Randy Bachman– lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Bob Ashley – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Jim Kale– bass, backing vocals
  • Garry Peterson– drums

Track listing:

  1. Hey – Ho – Jo Armstead, Nickolas Ashford, Valerie Simpson
  2. I Should Have Realized – Chad Allan, Linda Timmins
  3. Hurting Each Other – Gary Geld, Peter Udell
  4. Made in England – Randy Bachman
  5. I’ll Keep Comin’ Back – Eddie Silvers, Gerry Robinson, Mitch Murray, Neil Levenson
  6. Stop Teasing Me – Randy Bachman
  7. Could This Be Love – Helen Miller, Rose Marie McCoy
  8. Theme from a Music Box – Randy Bachman
  9. Don’t be Scared – Bruce Johnston
  10. Inside Out – Chad Allan
  11. Goodnight, Goodnight – Randy Bachman, Robin Bachman

In 1965, “Impulse” label released “Fire Music”, the fourth  Archie Shepp studio album. It was recorded February 16 and March 9, 1965, and was produced by Bob Thiele.

Personnel:

  • Archie Shepp – tenor saxophone
  • Ted Curson– trumpet
  • Joseph Orange – trombone
  • Marion Brown– alto saxophone
  • Reggie Johnson – double bass
  • Joe Chambers– drums
  • David Izenzon– double bass
  • C. Moses– drums

Track listing:

  1. Hambone – Archie Shepp
  2. Los Olvidados – Archie Shepp
  3. Malcolm, Malcolm Semper Malcolm – Archie Shepp
  4. Prelude to a Kiss – Duke Ellington, Irving Gordon, Irving Mills
  5. The Girl from Ipanema – Vinicius DeMoraes, Antonio Carlos Jobim

In 1966, “Strike” label released “Sophisticated Beggar”, the debut Roy Harper album. debut album. It was recorded in 1966, and was produced by Peter Richards.

Personnel:

  • Roy Harper – vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, saxophone
  • Bert Jansch – vocals, guitar,
  • John Renbourn – guitar
  • Paul Brett – guitar
  • Lon Goddard – cover drawing, guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by Roy Harper.

  1. China Girl
  2. Goldfish
  3. Sophisticated Beggar
  4. My Friend
  5. Big fat Silver Aeroplane
  6. Blackpool
  7. Legend
  8. Girlie
  9. October the Twelfth
  10. Black Clouds
  11. Station Master
  12. Forever
  13. Committed

In 1966, “MCA” label released “Impressions of a Patch of Blue”, the seventh Walt Dickerson album. It was recorded in 1966, and was produced by Tom Wilson.

Personnel:

  • Walt Dickerson: vibraphone
  • Sun Ra: piano, harpsichord, celeste
  • Bob Cunningham: bass
  • Roger Blank: drums

Track listing:

  1. A Patch of Blue (Part 1)
  2. A Patch of Blue (Part 2)
  3. Bacon & Eggs
  4. High Hopes
  5. Alone in the Dark (Part 1)
  6. Alone in the Dark (Part 2)
  7. Selina’s Fantasy
  8. Thataway

In 1966, “Verve” label released “Mixed Bag”, the debut Richie Havens album. It was recorded July – September 1966, and was produced by John Court.

Personnel:

  • Richie Havens– vocals, guitar, sitar
  • Harvey Brooks- bass
  • Paul Harris- organ, piano, keyboards
  • Bill LaVorgna – drums
  • Howard Collins – guitar
  • Joe Price – tabla
  • Paul “Dino” Williams – acoustic guitar
  • Bruce Langhorne, Felix Pappalardi– arranger
  • Val Valentin – director of engineering
  • Jerry Schoenbaum – production supervisor
  • Barry Feinstein – cover photography

Track listing:

  1. High Flyin’ Bird – Billy Edd Wheeler
  2. I Can’t Make It Anymore – Gordon Lightfoot
  3. Morning, Morning – Tuli Kupferberg
  4. Adam – Richie Havens
  5. Follow – Jerry Merrick
  6. Three Day Eternity – Richie Havens
  7. Sandy – Jean Pierre Cousineau
  8. Handsome Johnny – Louis Gossett Jr., Richie Havens
  9. San Francisco Bay Blues – Jesse Fuller
  10. Just Like a Woman – Bob Dylan
  11. Eleanor Rigby – John Lennon, Paul McCartney

In 1966, “Impulse” label released “East Broadway Run Down”, the 26th Sonny Rollins album. It was recorded in May 1966, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englwood Cliffs, NJ, and was produced by Bob Thiele.

Personnel:

  • Sonny Rollins– tenor saxophone
  • Freddie Hubbard– trumpet
  • Jimmy Garrison– bass
  • Elvin Jones– drums
  • Bob Thiele– photography
  • Rudy Van Gelder– engineer
  • Nat Hentoff– liner notes
  • Charles Stewart – photography, cover photo
  • Robert Flynn – artwork, cover design
  • Joe Lebow – liner design
  • Mel Cheren– artwork, cover painting
  • Vartan – art direction
  • Viceroy – artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by Sonny Rollins, except where noted.

  1. East Broadway Run Down
  2. Blessing in Disguise
  3. We Kiss in a Shadow – Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers

In 1966, “Mercury” label released “Grrr”, the second Hugh Masekela studio album. It was recorded April 1965 — May 1965  in New York City, and was produced by Ed Townsend.

Personnel:

  • Hugh Masekela– vocals, trumpet, trombone, cornet, arrangements
  • Jonas Gwangwa– trombone, arrangements
  • Eric Gale – guitar
  • Larry Willis – piano
  • Morris Goldberg – saxophone
  • Howard St. John – tuba
  • Luchi DeJesus – editor
  • Bob Eimore & Associates, Inc. – photography
  • Bob Prokup – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Hugh Masekela, except where noted.

  1. U, Dwi
  2. Zulu and the Mexican
  3. Emavungweni – Ndikho Xaba
  4. Ntjilo-Ntjilo – Miriam Makeba
  5. Sharpville
  6. Umaningi Bona – Zack Nkabinde
  7. Sipho – Gwigwi Mrwebi
  8. Kwa-Blaney – Jonas Gwangwa
  9. Mra – Christopher Mra Ngcukana
  10. Phatsha-Phatsha – Lemmy “Special” Mabaso

In 1967, “Major Minor” label released “A Drop of the Hard Stuff”, the debut  Dubliners studio album. It was recorded in 1967, and was produced by Tommy Scott.

Personnel:

  • Ronnie Drew – vocals, guitar
  • Luke Kelly – vocals, banjo
  • Ciarán Bourke – vocals, guitar, tin whistle, harmonica
  • John Sheahan
  • Bobby Lynch– vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Barney McKenna – tenor banjo, violin, mandolin, melodeon.

Track listing:

All tracks are  traditional,  except where noted.

  1. Seven Drunken Nights
  2. The Galway Races
  3. The Old Alarm Clock
  4. Reels: Colonel Fraser & O’Rourke’s Reel
  5. The Rising of the Moon
  6. McCafferty
  7. I’m a Rover
  8. Weile Waile
  9. The Travelling People – Ewan MacColl
  10. Limerick Rake
  11. Zoological Gardens
  12. Reels:Fairmoye, Lasses & Sporting Paddy
  13. The Black Velvet Band
  14. Poor Paddy on the Railway

In 1967, “Delmark” label released “West Side Soul”, the debut Magic Sam album. It was recorded July – October 1967, and was produced by Robert G. Koester.

Personnel:

  • Magic Sam– vocals, guitar
  • Mighty Joe Young– guitar
  • Stockholm Slim – piano
  • Earnest Johnson – bass
  • Odie Payne– drums
  • Mac Thompson – bass
  • Odie Payne, III – drums
  • Stu Black – recording engineer

Track listing:

  1. That’s All I Need – Magic Sam
  2. I Need You So Bad – B. King, Sam Ling
  3. I Feel So Good (I Wanna Boogie) – Magic Sam
  4. All Of Your Love – Magic Sam, Otis Rush
  5. I Don’t Want No Woman – Don Robey
  6. Sweet Home Chicago – Robert Johnson
  7. I Found a New Love – Milton Campbell, Bob Lyons
  8. Every Night and Every Day – Jimmy McCracklin
  9. Lookin’ Good – Magic Sam
  10. My Love Will Never Die – Willie Dixon
  11. Mama Talk to Your Daughter – B. Lenoir
  12. I Don’t Want No Woman – Don Robey

In 1967, “EMI” label released “Ludo” the fourth Ivor Cutler album, and the first credited to the “Ivor Cutler Trio”. It was recorded in 1967, and was produced by George Martin.

Personnel:

  • Ivor Cutler – voice, spoken word, harmonium, piano
  • Gill Lyons – bass
  • Trevor Tompkins – percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Ivor Cutler.

  1. Mud
  2. A Great Grey Grasshopper
  3. Darling, Will You Marry Me Twice
  4. A Still, Small Fly
  5. Deedle, Deedly, I Pass
  6. I Had a Little Boat
  7. Cockadoodledon’t
  8. Shoplifters
  9. Mary’s Drawer
  10. I’m Happy
  11. I’m Going in a Field
  12. Go on, Jump!
  13. Flim Flam Flum
  14. Good Morning! How Are You? Shut Up!
  15. Last Song
  16. A Suck of My Thumb
  17. The Shapely Balloon

In 1967, “Blue Note” label released “Conquistador!”, the 13th Cecil Taylor album. It was recorded in October 1966, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, NJ and was produced by Alfred Lion.

Personnel:

  • Cecil Taylor– piano
  • Bill Dixon– trumpet
  • Jimmy Lyons– alto sax
  • Henry Grimes– bass
  • Alan Silva– bass
  • Andrew Cyrille– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Cecil Taylor.

  1. Conquistador
  2. With (Exit)

In 1967, “Polskie Nagrania Muza” label released “Dziwny jest ten świat” (Strange is this World), the debut Czesław Niemen album.

Personnel:

  • Czesław Niemen– vocal, piano, organ
  • Tomasz Jaśkiewicz– guitar
  • Paweł Brodowski– bass
  • Tomasz Butowtt– drums
  • Marian Zimiński– piano, organ
  • Alibabki– background vocals

Track listing:

  1. Gdzie to jest – music by Czesław Niemen, lyrics by Marta Bellan
  2. Nigdy się nie dowiesz – Czesław Niemen
  3. Ten los, zły los – music by Czesław Niemen, lyrics by Krzysztof Dzikowski
  4. Coś co kocham najwięcej – music by Czesław Niemen, lyrics by Jacek Grań
  5. Wspomnienie – music by Marek Sart, lyrics by Julian Tuwim
  6. Nie wstawaj lewą nogą – Czesław Niemen
  7. Dziwny jest ten świat – Czesław Niemen
  8. Jeszcze swój egzamin zdasz – music by Marian Zimiński, lyrics by Marek Gaszyński
  9. Chciałbym cofnąć czas – Czesław Niemen
  10. Pamiętam ten dzień – Czesław Niemen)
  11. Nie dla mnie taka dziewczyna – music by Czesław Niemen, lyrics by Jacek Grań
  12. Chyba, że mnie pocałujesz – music by Czesław Niemen, lyrics by Jacek Grań

In 1967, “Immediate” label released “The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack”, the debut Nice album. It was recorded in 1967, at “Olympic Studios”, and was produced by Keith Emerson, Lee Jackson, David O’List and Brian Davison.

Personnel:

  • Keith Emerson– vocals, organ, piano, harpsichord
  • Lee Jackson– vocals, bass, guitar, timpani
  • David O’List– vocals, guitar, trumpet, flute
  • Brian Davison- drums, tubular bells, timpani
  • Derek Burton – design
  • Gered Mankowitz– photography, cover design

Track listing:

  1. Flower King of Flies – Keith Emerson, Lee Jackson
  2. The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack – Keith Emerson, David O’List
  3. Bonnie K – Lee Jackson, David O’List
  4. Rondo – Dave Brubeck, Keith Emerson, David O’List, Brian Davison, Lee Jackson
  5. War and Peace – Keith Emerson, David O’List, Brian Davison, Lee Jackson
  6. Tantalising Maggie – Keith Emerson, Lee Jackson
  7. Dawn – Brian Davison, Keith Emerson, Lee Jackson
  8. The Cry of Eugene – Keith Emerson, Lee Jackson, David O’List

In 1968, “Uni Records” label released “Wake Up…It’s Tomorrow”, the second Strawberry Alarm Clock studio album. It was recorded in 1967, and was produced by Frank Slay and Bill Holmes.

Personnel:

  • Mark Weitz– vocals, keyboards
  • Randy Seol – vocals, drums, vibraphone, glockenspiel, marimba, keyboards, percussion
  • Ed King– vocals, lead guitar, bass guitar
  • Lee Freeman– vocals, rhythm guitar, sitar
  • George Bunnell – vocals, bass guitar
  • Steve Bartek- flute
  • Howard Davis – vocal arrangements, spoken passage

Track listing:

  1. Nightmare of Percussion – George Bunnell, Howard Davis, Randy Seol
  2. Soft Skies, No Lies – Ed King, Lee Freeman
  3. Tomorrow – Ed King, Mark Weitz
  4. They Saw the Fat One Coming – Ed King, Lee Freeman
  5. Curse of the Witches – George Bunnell, Randy Seol
  6. Sit with the Guru – Ed King, Mark Weitz, Roy Freeman
  7. Go Back (You’re Going the Wrong Way) – Ed King, Lee Freeman, Mark Weitz
  8. Pretty Song from Psych-Out – Ed King, Lee Freeman
  9. Sitting on a Star – George Bunnell, Randy Seol, Steve Bartek
  10. Black Butter, Past – Ed King, Howard Davis, Lee Freeman
  11. Black Butter, Present – Ed King, Lee Freeman
  12. Black Butter, Future – Ed King, Howard Davis, Lee Freeman

In 1968, “Fonit-Cetra” label released “Senza orario Senza bandiera”, the debut New Trolls album. It was recorded in 1968, at “Fonit-Cetra Studios”, and was produced by Fabrizio De André, Gianpiero Reverberi.

Personnel:

  • Vittorio De Scalzi– voice, guitar, keyboard
  • Nico Di Palo– voice, guitar
  • Giorgio D’Adamo- bass
  • Gianni Belleno- drums
  • Mauro Chiarugi– keyboard
  • Bunny – artwork, design

Track listing:

All lyrics by Richard Mannerini and Fabrizio De André, all music by Nico Di Palo and Vittorio De Scalzi, except where noted.

  1. Ho veduto
  2. Vorrei comprare una strada
  3. Signore, io sono Irish – Gian Piero Reverberi
  4. Susy Forrester
  5. Al bar dell’angolo
  6. Duemila
  7. Ti ricordi, Joe?
  8. Padre O’Brien
  9. Tom Flaherty
  10. Andrò ancora

In 1968, “Columbia” label released “An American Music Band”, the second Electric Flag album. It was recorded in 1968, and was produced by John Simon.

Personnel:

  • Harvey Brooks – vocals, bass, guitar
  • Nick Gravenites – vocals, rhythm guitar, percussion
  • Buddy Miles – vocals, drums, guitar
  • Herbie Rich – vocals, tenor saxophone, organ
  • John Simon – piano
  • Hoshal Wright – guitar
  • Terry Clements – tenor saxophone
  • Marcus Doubleday – trumpet
  • Virgil Gonsalves – baritone saxophone, flute
  • Stemsy Hunter – vocals, alto saxophone

Track listing:

  1. Soul Searchin’
  2. Sunny
  3. With Time There is Change
  4. Nothing to Do
  5. See To Your Neighbor
  6. Qualified
  7. Hey Little Girl
  8. Mystery
  9. My Woman That Hangs Around the House

In 1968, “CBS” label released “Come Out Fighting Ghengis Smith”, the second Roy Harper studio album. It was recorded in 1968, and was produced by Shel Talmy.

Personnel:

  • Roy Harper – vocals, instruments
  • Laurie Allan– additional musician
  • Keith Mansfield– additional musician, orchestral arrangements
  • Lippa Pearce – design layout
  • Wayne Millar – photography
  • Bert Jansch– liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Roy Harper.

  1. Freak Street
  2. You Don’t Need Money
  3. Ageing Raver
  4. In a Beautiful Rambling Mess
  5. All You Need Is
  6. What You Have
  7. Circle
  8. Highgate Cemetery
  9. Come Out Fighting Ghengis Smith

In 1968, “Imperial” label released “Outrageous”, the third Kim Fowley album. It was recorded in 1968, and was produced by Kim Fowley.

Personnel:

  • Kim Fowley– vocals, keyboards
  • Michael Allsup– guitar
  • Ben “Blues” Benay – guitar, harmonica
  • Mars Bonfire– guitar
  • Jimmy Greenspoon– keyboards
  • Eddie Hoh– percussion
  • Orville “Red” Rhodes– steel guitar
  • Carmen Riale – bass guitar
  • Joe Schermie– bass guitar
  • Wayne Talbert – keyboards
  • Joe Torres – percussion
  • David Brand – engineering
  • Bruce Ellison – engineering
  • Ed Caraeff– photography
  • Gabor Halmos – design
  • Woody Woodward – art direction

Track listing:

All tracks by Kim Fowley, except where noted.

  1. Animal Man – Kim Fowley, Marty Cerf
  2. Wildfire
  3. Hide and Seek
  4. Chinese water Torture
  5. Nightrider
  6. Bubble Gum – Kim Fowley, Marty Cerf
  7. Inner Space Discovery
  8. Barefoot Country Boy
  9. Up
  10. Caught in the Middle
  11. Down
  12. California Hayride

In 1968, “Reprise” label released “Tenderness Junction”, the sixth Fugs album. It was recorded in 1968, and was produced by Ed Sanders and Richard Alderson.

Personnel:

  • Tuli Kupferberg- vocals, erectorine
  • Ed Sanders- vocals
  • Ken Pine – vocals, guitar, harmonica, organ, oscillator
  • Danny Kootch– vocals, guitar, violin, percussion
  • Charles Larkey – bass
  • Ken Weaver– vocals, drums

Track listing:

  1. Turn on, Tune in, Drop Out
  2. Knock Knock
  3. Garden Is Open
  4. Wet Dream
  5. Hare Krishna
  6. Exorcising the Evil Spirits from the Pentagon Oct. 21, 1967
  7. War Song
  8. Dover Beach
  9. Fingers of the Sun
  10. Aphrodite Mass: I. Litany of the Street Grope
  11. Aphrodite Mass: II. Genuflection at the Temple of Squack
  12. Aphrodite Mass: III. Petals in the Sea
  13. Aphrodite Mass: IV. Sappho’s Hymn to Aphrodite
  14. Aphrodite Mass: V. Homage to Throb Thrills

  

In 1968, “Elektra” label released the self-titled, debut Earth Opera album. It was recorded in 1968, and was produced by Peter K. Siegel.

Personnel:

  • Peter Rowan– vocals, guitar, saxophone
  • David Grisman– vocals, mandolin, mandocello, keyboards, saxophone
  • Bill Stevenson- piano, harpsichord, organ, vibraphone
  • Paul Dillon – vocals, guitar, drums
  • Billy Mundi- percussion, drums
  • John Nagy – bass

Track listing:

All tracks by Peter Rowan, except where noted

  1. The Red Sox are Winning
  2. As It Is Before
  3. Dreamless
  4. To Care at All
  5. Home of the Brave
  6. The Child Bride
  7. Close Your Eyes and Shut the Door
  8. Time and Again – David Grisman, Peter Rowan
  9. When You Were Full of Wonder
  10. Death by Fire

In 1968, “Reprise” label released “It Crawled into My Hand, Honest”, the second  Fugs studio album. It was recorded in 1968, and was produced by Ed Sanders and  Richard Alderson.

Personnel:

  • Ed Sanders- vocals
  • Ken Weaver– vocals, drums
  • Tuli Kupferberg- vocals
  • Ken Pine – vocals, guitar
  • Danny Kootch- guitar, violin
  • Charles Larkey – bass

Track listing:

  1. Crystal Liaison
  2. Ramses II Is Dead, My Love
  3. Burial Waltz
  4. Wide, Wide River
  5. Life Is Strange
  6. Johnny Pissoff Meets the Red Angel
  7. Marijuana
  8. Leprechaun
  9. When the Mode of the Music Changes
  10. Whimpers From the Jello
  11. Divine Toe, Pt. 1
  12. We’re Both Dead Now, Alice
  13. Life Is Funny
  14. Grope Need, Pt. 1/Tuli, Visited By the Ghost of Plotinus/More Grope Need
  15. Robinson Crusoe
  16. Claude Pelieu and J.J. Lebel Discuss the Early Verlaine Bread Crust Fragments
  17. National Haiku Contest
  18. Divine Toe, Pt. 2
  19. Irene

In 1969, “Phillips” label released the self-titled, second Caetano Veloso album (known as Álbum Branco, Portuguese for White Album). It was recorded in 1969, in Salvador and in São Paulo, and was produced by Rogério Duprat.

Personnel:

  • Caetano Veloso – vocals
  • Gilberto Gil– vocals, violão
  • Lanny Gordin- acoustic and electric guitar
  • Sérgio Barroso – electric bass
  • Wilson das Neves- drum set
  • Chiquinho de Moraes – piano, organ
  • Rogério Duprat- arrangements

Track listing:

All tracks by Caetano Veloso, except where noted.

  1. Irene
  2. The Empty Boat
  3. Marinheiro Só – traditional, arranged by Caetano Veloso
  4. Lost in the Paradise
  5. Atrás do Trio Elétrico
  6. Os Argonautas
  7. Carolina – Chico Buarque
  8. Cambalache – Enrique Santos Discépolo
  9. Não Identificado
  10. Chuvas de Verão – Fernando Lobo
  11. Acrilírico – Caetano Veloso, Rogério Duarte, Rogério Duprat
  12. Alfômega – Gilberto Gil

In 1969, “Columbia” label released “It’s Not Killing Me”, the debut Mike Bloomfield album. It was recorded in 19669, at “Golden State Recording”, “Wally Heider Studios”, “Columbia Studios” in San Francisco, and was produced by Nick Gravenites and Michael Melford.

Personnel:

  • Michael Bloomfield– vocals, lead and acoustic guitar, piiano
  • Bob Jones – vocals, drums
  • Ronny Schreff- drums, mallets, percussion
  • John Kahn– bass
  • Fred Olsen – rhythm and acoustic guitar
  • Ira Kamin – organ, piano, banjo
  • Mark Naftalin– organ, piano
  • Roy Ruby – organ
  • Michael Melford – vocals, guitar, mandolin
  • Nick Gravenites– vocals
  • Orville “Red” Rhodes– steel guitar
  • Ron Stallings – tenor saxophone
  • Mark Teel – baritone saxophone
  • Gerald Oshita– baritone and tenor saxophone
  • Noel Jewkis – soprano and tenor saxophone
  • John Wilmeth – trumpet
  • Marcus Doubleday – trumpet
  • Richard Santi – accordion
  • The Ace of Cups– vocals
  • Diane Tribuno – vocals
  • Cover design – Daily Planet
  • Don Wilson – cover illustration
  • Peter Amft – cover photography
  • Jim Marshall – back cover photo

Track listing:

All tracks by Mike Bloomfield, except where noted.

  1. If You See My Baby
  2. For Anyone You Meet
  3. Good Old Guy
  4. Far Too Many Nights
  5. It’s Not Killing Me
  6. Next Time You See Me – Ben Tucker
  7. Michael’s Lament
  8. Why Must My Baby
  9. The Ones I Loved Are Gone
  10. Don’t Think About It Baby
  11. Goofers

In 1969, “Challenge Records” label released “For Children of All Ages”, the third and final Peanut Butter Conspiracy album. It was recorded in 1969, at “Hollywood Recorders” in Los Angeles, an was produced by Alan Brackett.

Personnel:

  • Alan Brackett – vocals, bass guitar
  • Barbara Robison– vocals
  • Ralph Schuckett– organ, piano
  • Michael Ney – drums
  • Pete McQueen – drums
  • John Merrill – vocals, guitar
  • Jim Gordon – string and brass arrangements
  • Tom Perry – engineer
  • Studio Five, Inc. – cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Alan Brackett, except where noted.

  1. Now
  2. The Loudness of Your Silence – Dick Monda, Jill Jones
  3. It’s Alright
  4. What Did I Do Wrong?
  5. Out in the Cold Again – Dicks Monda, Keith Colley
  6. Back in L.A.
  7. Gonna Get You Home
  8. Have a Little Faith
  9. Try Again
  10. Think

In 1969, “Elektra” label released “The Great American Eagle Tragedy”, the second and final Earth Opera album. It was recorded in 1969, and was produced by Peter K. Siegel.

Personnel:

  • Peter Rowan– vocals, guitar, saxophone
  • David Grisman– vocals, mandolin, mandocello, keyboards, saxophone
  • Paul Dillon – vocals, guitar, drums
  • Billy Mundi- percussion, drums
  • John Nagy – bass, violoncello, mandocello
  • Jack Bonus – flute, sax, wind
  • Herb Bushler – bass
  • John Cale– vocals, guitar, viola
  • Richard Grando – saxophone
  • David Horowitz – organ, piano, keyboards
  • Bill Keith- pedal steel, steel guitar
  • Bob Zachary – percussion, triangle

Track listing:

All tracks by Peter Rowan, except where noted

  1. Home to You
  2. Mad Lydia’s Waltz
  3. Alfie Finney – Paul Dillon
  4. Sanctuary From the Law
  5. All Winter Long
  6. The American Eagle Tragedy
  7. Roast Beef Love
  8. It’s Love

In 1969, “RCA Victor” label released “Elephant Mountain”, the fourth Youngbloods album. It was recorded in 1968, at “RCA’s Music Center of the World” in Hollywood, and was produced by Charlie Daniels, Jesse Colin Young, Lowell “Banana” Levinger and Joe Bauer.

Personnel:

  • Jesse Colin Young– lead vocals, bass, acoustic guitar
  • Lowell “Banana” Levinger – guitar, backing vocals, electric piano
  • Joe Bauer – drums
  • Jerry Corbitt– vocals, guitar
  • David Lindley– fiddle
  • Plas Johnson– tenor saxophone
  • Joe Clayton – trumpet
  • Victor Feldman– vibraphone
  • Richie Schmidt – engineer
  • Hank Cicalo– engineer
  • Mickey Crofford – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Jesse Colin Young, except where noted.

  1. Darkness, Darkness – Jesse Colin Young
  2. Smug
  3. On Sir Francis Drake – Lowell Levinger
  4. Sunlight
  5. Double Sunlight – Lowell Levinger, Jesse Colin Young, Joe Bauer
  6. Beautiful
  7. Turn It Over – Lowell Levinger, Jesse Colin Young, Joe Bauer
  8. Rain Song (Don’t Let the Rain Bring You Down) – Jerry Corbitt, Pappalardi, Collins
  9. Trillium – Lowell Levinger, Jesse Colin Young, Joe Bauer
  10. Quicksand
  11. Black Mountain Breakdown – Lowell Levinger, Jesse Colin Young, Joe Bauer
  12. Sham
  13. Ride the Wind

In 1969, “Impulse!” label released “Music Is the Healing Force of the Universe”, the 21st Albert Ayler album. It was recorded in August 1969, and was produced by Ken Druker. It was Ayler’s last album recorded before his death in November 1970.

Personnel:

  • Albert Ayler– vocal, tenor saxophone, bagpipes
  • Mary Maria Parks – vocal
  • Henry Vestine- guitar
  • Bobby Few- piano
  • Stafford James- double bass
  • James Folwell- electric fender bass
  • Muhammad Ali- drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Mary Maria Parks, except where noted

  1. Music Is the Healing Force of the Universe
  2. Masonic Inborn, Pt. 1
  3. A Man Is Like a Tree
  4. Oh! Love of Life
  5. Island Harvest
  6. Drudgery – James Folwell, Mary Maria Parks, Henry Vestine

In 1969, “EMI” label released “The Climax Chicago Blues Band”, the debut Climax Blues Band album. It was recorded September – November 1968, at “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was Chris Thomas.

Personnel:

  • Colin Cooper – vocals, harmonica
  • Peter Haycock – leadand slide guitars, vocals
  • Derek Holt– rhythm guitar, organ, bass
  • Arthur Wood – piano, organ, celesta, harmonium
  • Richard Jones – bass
  • George Newsome – drums
  • Geoff Emerick, Jeff Jarrett – engineer
  • Dave Kirk, Bob Wood – front cover design
  • Tony Robins – back cover design

Track listing:

All tracks written by Colin Cooper, Peter Haycock, Derek Holt, Arthur Wood, Richard Jones and George Newsome, except where noted.

  1. Mean Old World – Big Bill Broonzy
  2. Insurance – Waldense Hall, Charlie Singleton
  3. Going Down this Road
  4. You’ve Been Drinking
  5. Don’t Start Me Talkin’ – Sonny Boy Williamson
  6. Wee Baby Blues – Pete Johnson, Big Joe Turner
  7. Twenty Past One
  8. A Stranger in Your Town – Colin Cooper, Lee Hazlewood
  9. How Many More Years – Chester Burnett
  10. Looking for My Baby
  11. And Lonely
  12. The Entertainer – Scott Joplin

In 1969, “Reprise” label released “The Belle Of Avenue A” the eight Fugs album. It was recorded in 1968, and was produced by Ed Sanders and Richard Alderson.

Personnel:

  • Tuli Kupferberg- vocals
  • Ed Sanders- vocals
  • Ken Weaver– vocals, drums
  • Dan Hamburg – vocals, guitar
  • Ken Pine – vocals, guitar
  • Jim Pepper- flute
  • Bill Wolf – vocals, bass
  • Bob Mason – drums

Track listing:

  1. Bum’s Song – Tuli Kupferberg
  2. Dust Devil – Ken Weaver
  3. Chicago – Country Joe McDonald, Ken Pine, Ken Weaver
  4. Four Minutes to Twelve – Ken Weaver
  5. Mack – Ed Sanders
  6. Belle of Avenue A – Ed Sanders
  7. Queen of the Nile – Ed sanders
  8. Flower Children – Tuli Kupferberg
  9. Yodeling Yippie – Ed Sanders
  10. Children of the Dream – Tuli Kupferberg

In 1969, “Elektra” label released “Keep on Moving”, the fifth  Butterfield Blues Band album. It was recorded in 1969, and was produced by Jerry Ragovoy.

Personnel:

  • Paul Butterfield– vocals, harmonica, flute
  • Fred Beckmeier – bass
  • Gene Dinwiddie– vocals and backing vocals, guitar, keyboards, tenor sax, flute
  • Howard “Buzz” Feiten– vocals and backing vocals, organ, guitar, French horn
  • Ted Harris – piano
  • Rod Hicks – vocals and backing vocals, bass, cello
  • Keith Johnson – trumpet
  • Trevor Lawrence – baritone saxophone
  • Steve Madaio – trumpet
  • Jerry Ragovoy– piano
  • David Sanborn- alto saxophone
  • Phillip Wilson– vocals and backing vocals, drums

Track listing:

  1. Love March – Gene Dinwiddie, Phil Wilson
  2. No Amount of Loving – Paul Butterfield
  3. Morning Sunrise – Paul Butterfield, Phil Wilson
  4. Losing Hand – Charles Calhoun
  5. Walking By Myself – James A. Lane
  6. Except You – Jerry Ragovoy
  7. Love Disease – Gene Dinwiddie
  8. Where Did My Baby Go – Jerry Ragovoy
  9. All in a Day – Rod Hicks
  10. So Far so Good – Rod Hicks
  11. Buddy’s Advice – Howard Feiten
  12. Keep on Moving – Paul Butterfield

In 1969, “CBS” label released the self-titled, fifth Moondog album. It was recorded in 1969, and was produced by James William Guercio.

Personnel:

  • Moondog(Louis Hardin) – composition and musical direction, conducting, trimbas, unspecified instrumental performance
  • Harold Bennet, Andrew Lolya – flutes
  • Harold Jones, Hubert Laws- piccolos
  • Henry Shuman, Irving Horowitz – cors anglais
  • Jimmy Abato, George Silfies, Phil Bodner – clarinets
  • Ernie Bright – bass clarinet
  • Jack Knitzer, Don Macourt, Ryohei Nakagawa, George Berg, Joyce Kelly – bassoons
  • Wally Kane – bassoon, baritone saxophone
  • Teddy Weiss, Mel Broiles, Alan Dean – trumpets
  • Joe Wilder- trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Danny Repole – bass trumpet
  • James Buffington, Richard Berg, Ray Alonge, Brooks Tillotson – French horns
  • Don Butterfield- tuba
  • Bill Stanley – tuba, tenor tuba
  • Bill Elton, John Swallow, Phil Giardina – tenor tuba
  • Tony Studd, Charles Small, Buddy Morrow- tenor trombone
  • Paul Faulise – bass trombone
  • Jack Jennings, Dave Carey, Elayne Jones, Bob Rosengarden – percussion
  • Paul Gershman, Aaron Rosand- violins
  • Emanuel Vardi, David Schwartz, Eugene Becker, Raoul Poliakin – violas
  • George Ricci, Charles McCracken – celli
  • Joe Tekula – contrabass cello
  • Raoul Poliakin, Eugene Becker – tenore
  • George Duvivier, Ron Carter, Alfred Brown, Louis Hardin – bass
  • Marc Unger, John Draper, Pam Gross – music copyists

Track listing:

All tracks by Moondog (Louis Hardin)

  1. Theme
  2. Stamping Ground
  3. Symphonique #3 (Ode to Venus)
  4. Symphonique #6 (Good for Goodie)
  5. Minisym #1: i – Allegro, ii – Andante Adagio, iii – Vivace
  6. Lament 1 (Bird’s Lament)
  7. Witch of Endor: i – Dance, ii – Trio: (a) Adagio (The Prophecy), (b) – Andante (The Battle), (c) – Agitato (Saul’s Death’), iii – Dance (reprise)
  8. Symphonique #1 (Portrait of a Monarch)

In 1970, “Polskie Nagrania Muza” label released “70a”, the third Breakout album. It was recorded in February 1970.

Personnel:

  • Tadeusz Nalepa – vocals, guitar
  • Mira Kubasińska – vocals
  • Józef Skrzek – bass guitar, piano
  • Józef Hajdasz – percussion
  • Włodzimierz Nahorny – saxophone, flute
  • Halina Jastrzębska-Marciszewska,  Piętowski – engineer
  • Marek Karewicz – artwork

All music by Tadeusz Nalepa.

  1. Skąd Taki Duży Deszcz – lyrics by B. Loebl
  2. Przemijanie – lyrics by J. Grań
  3. Dziwny Weekend – lyrics by J. Grań
  4. Taką Drogę – lyrics by B. Loebl
  5. Zapraszamy Na Korridę – lyrics by B. Loebl
  6. Piękno – lyrics by Loebl, M.Gaszyński
  7. Nie Znasz Jeszcze Życia – lyrics by J. Grań
  8. Przestroga – lyrics by B. Loebl, J.Grań

In 1970, “Vertigo” label released “Lie Back and Enjoy”, the second Juicy Lucy studio album. It was recorded in 1970,and was produced by Gerry Bron and Nigel Thomas.

Personnel:

  • Paul Williams- vocals, congas, piano
  • Chris Mercer – saxophone, keyboards
  • Mick Moody– guitars
  • Glenn Ross Campbell- steel guitars, mandolin
  • Keith Ellis– bass
  • Rod Coombes- drums, percussion

Track listing:

  1. Thinking of My Life – Paul Williams
  2. Built for Comfort – Willie Dixon
  3. Pretty Woman – Paul Williams
  4. Whisky in My Jar – Micky Moody, Keith Ellis, Paul Williams
  5. Hello L.A., Bye Bye Birmingham – Mac Davis, Delaney Bramlett
  6. Changed My Mind – Neil Hubbard, Glenn Ross Campbel
  7. That Woman’s Got Something – Glenn Ross Campbell, Paul Williams, Micky Moody
  8. Willie the Pimp – Frank Zappa) / Lie Back and Enjoy It – Paul Williams

In 1970, “Capitol” label released the self-titled, second Seatrain album. It was recorded in 1970, and was produced by George Martin.

Personnel:

  • Peter Rowan– lead vocals, guitar
  • Richard Greene- violin, backing vocals, viola, keyboards
  • Lloyd Baskin – lead vocals, keyboards
  • Andy Kulberg- bass, flute, backing vocals
  • Larry Atamanuik – drums, percussion

Track listing:

  1. I’m Willing – Lowell George
  2. Song of Job – Andy Kulberg, Jim Roberts
  3. Broken Morning – Andy Kulberg, Jim Roberts
  4. Home to You – Peter Rowan
  5. Out Where the Hills – Andy Kulberg, Jim Roberts
  6. Waiting for Elijah – Peter Rowan
  7. 13 Questions – Andy Kulberg, Jim Roberts
  8. Oh My Love / Sally Goodin / Creepin’ Midnight / Orange Blossom Special – Gerry Goffin / Carole King / Ervin T. Rouse / Peter Rowan / traditional

In 1970, “Epic” label released “Open Road”, the eighth Donovan studio album. It was recorded January – February 1970, at “Morgan Studios” in London, and was produced by Donovan Leitch.

Personnel:

  • Donovan Leitch– vocals, guitar, mouth harp
  • Mike Thomson – vocals, guitar, bass guitar
  • John Carr – vocals, drums, vocals
  • Mike O’Neill – vocals, piano
  • Robin Black – engineer
  • Mike Bobak – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Donovan Leitch.

  1. Changes
  2. Song for John
  3. Curry Land
  4. Joe Bean’s Theme
  5. People Used ToCeltic Rock
  6. Riki Tiki Tavi
  7. Clara Clairvoyant
  8. Roots of Oak
  9. Season of Farewell
  10. Poke at the Pope
  11. New Year’s Resolution

In 1970, “Liberty” label released the self-titled, debut Sugarloaf album. It was recorded in 1967, and was produced by J.C. Phillips and Frank Slay.

Personnel:

  • Jerry Corbetta– vocals, organ, piano, clavichord
  • Bob Webber – vocals, guitar
  • Bob Raymond – bass
  • Bob MacVittie – drums
  • Paul Buff – engineer
  • Ron Wolin – art direction, design
  • Howard Risk – photography
  • Langdon Winner – liner notes

Track listing:

  1. Green-Eyed Lady – Jerry Corbetta, J.C. Phillips, David Riordan
  2. The Train Kept A-Rollin’ (Stroll On) – Chris Dreja, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Keith Relf
  3. Medley: Bach Doors Man / Chest Fever – Jerry Corbetta, Bob Webber, Bob Raymond, Myron Pollock,C. Robertson
  4. West of Tomorrow – Jerry Corbetta, Bob Raymond, C. Phillips
  5. Gold and the Blues – Jerry Corbetta, Bob Raymond, Myron Pollock, Bob Webber
  6. Things Are Gonna Change Some – Jerry Corbetta, Bob Raymond, Bob Webber, Veeder van Dorn

In 1971, “CBS” label released the self-titled, second Black Widow album. It was recorded 1970 – 1971, and was produced by Patrick Meehan Jr.

Personnel:

  • Kip Trevor – leadand backing vocals, maracas, tambourine
  • Clive Jones – saxophone, flute
  • Jim Gannon – lead, rhythm, acousticand twelve-string guitars, backing vocals
  • Zoot Taylor – organ, piano
  • Geoff Griffith – bass, backing vocals
  • Romeo Challenger- drums, percussion

Track listing:

  1. Tears & Wine – Geoff Griffith, Jim Gannon, Kip Trevor, Romeo Challenger, Zoot Taylor
  2. The Gypsy – Jim Gannon
  3. Bridge Passage – Geoff Griffith
  4. When My Mind Was Young – Geoff Griffith, Jim Gannon
  5. The Journey – Jim Gannon, Kip Trevor, Zoot Taylor
  6. Poser – Geoff Griffith, Jim Gannon, Kip Trevor, Romeo Challenger, Zoot Taylor
  7. Mary Clark – Jim Gannon, Bill Litchfield
  8. Wait Until Tomorrow – Jim Gannon
  9. An Afterthought – Geoff Griffith, Jim Gannon, Kip Trevor, Romeo Challenger, Zoot Taylor
  10. Legend of Creation – Jim Gannon

In 1971, “Vertigo” label released the self-titled, debut Jade Warrior album. It was recorded 1970 – 1971, and was produced by John Field, Tony Duhig and Glyn Havard.

Personnel:

  • Jon Field – flutes, percussion
  • Tony Duhig – guitars
  • Glyn Havard – bass, vocals

Track listing:

All tracks written by Tony Duhig, Jon Field, and Glyn Havard.

  1. The Traveller
  2. A Prenormal Day at Brighton
  3. Masai Morning
  4. Windweaver
  5. Dragonfly Day
  6. Petunia
  7. Telephone Girl
  8. Psychiatric Sergeant
  9. Slow Ride
  10. Sundial Song

In 1971, “Impulse!” label released “Thembi”, the seventh Pharoah Sanders album. It was recorded November 1970 – January 1971, and was produced by Ed Michel and Bill Szymczyk.

Personnel:

  • Pharoah Sanders– tenor and soprano saxophones, alto flute, koto, brass bells, balaphone, maracas, cow horn, fifes
  • Lonnie Liston Smith– piano, electric piano, claves, percussion, ring cymbal, shouts, balaphone
  • Michael White– violin, percussion
  • Cecil McBee– bass, finger cymbal, percussion
  • Roy Haynes– drums
  • Clifford Jarvis– drums, maracas, bells, percussion
  • Nat Bettis, Chief Bey, Majid Shabazz, Anthony Wiles – African percussion
  • James Jordan – ring cymbal

Track listing:

  1. Astral Travelling – Lonnie Liston Smith
  2. Red, Black & Green – Pharoah Sanders
  3. Thembi – Pharoah Sanders
  4. Love – Cecil McBee
  5. Morning Prayer – Pharoah Sanders, Lonnie Liston Smith
  6. Bailophone Dance – Pharoah Sanders

In 1971, “Island” label released “Illusion”, the second Renaissance studio album. It was recorded in 1970, at “Olympic Studios” and “island Studios” in London, and was produced by Keith Relf.

Personnel:

  • Jane Relf– lead and backing vocals, percussion
  • Keith Relf– lead and backing vocals,
  • John Hawken– keyboards, piano
  • Louis Cennamo– bass
  • Jim McCarty– lead and backing vocals, drums
  • Terry Crowe – lead vocals
  • Michael Dunford– guitars
  • Neil Korner – bass
  • Terry Slade – drums
  • Don Shinn– keyboards
  • Andy Johns, Phil Ault – engineers

Track listing:

  1. Love Goes On – Keith Relf
  2. Golden Threat – Jim McCarty
  3. Love is All – Jim McCarty, Betty Thatcher
  4. Pine – Michael Dunford
  5. Face of Yesterday – Jim McCarty
  6. Past Orbits of Dust – Jim McCarty, Keith Relf, Betty Thatcher

In 1971, “Mercury” label released the self-titled, second Sir Lord Baltimore studio album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Mercury Sound Studios” in Glendale, CA, and was produced by John Linde.

Personnel:

  • John Garner – lead vocals, drums, percussion, congas
  • Louis Dambra – vocals, electric and acoustic guitar
  • Joey Dambra – vocals, guitar, organ, acoustic and electric guitar
  • Gary Justin – lead vocals, bass, acoustic guitar
  • Bob Fava – engineer
  • Mark Rollins – photography

Track listing:

  1. Man from Manhattan
  2. Where Are We Going (live)
  3. Chicago Lives
  4. Loe and Behold
  5. Woman Tamer
  6. Caesar LXXI

In 1971, “MCA” label released the self-titled, debut Osibisa album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Air Studios” in London, and was produced by Tony Visconti.

Personnel:

  • Teddy Osei– vocals, tenor saxophone, flute, African drums, percussion
  • Sol Amarfio – vocals, drums, percussion
  • Mac Tontoh – vocals, trumpet, flugelhorn, kabasa, percussion
  • Spartacus R (Roy Bedeau) – bass guitar, assorted percussion
  • Wendell Richardson – lead vocals, lead guitar
  • Robert Bailey – vocals, organ, piano, timbales, percussion
  • Loughty Lasisi Amao – tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, congas, percussion
  • John Punter – engineer
  • Martin Rushent – assistant engineer
  • Roger Dean – cover illustration
  • Roughedge – cover design

Track listing:

  1. The Dawn – Teddy Osei, Sol Amarfio
  2. Music for Gong Gong – Teddy Osei, Mac Tontoh
  3. Ayiko Bia – Teddy Osei
  4. Akwaaba – Teddy Osei, Mac Tontoh
  5. Oranges – Teddy Osei
  6. Phallus C – Roy Bedeau
  7. Think About the People – Teddy Osei, Sol Amarfio, Roy Bedeau, Mac Tontoh, Wendell Richardson, Robert Bailey, Loughty Lasisi Amao

In 1972, “Vertigo” label released “Last Autumn’s Dream”, the third Jade Warrior studio album. It was recorded in 1972, and was produced by Jon Field, Tony Duhig, Glyn Havard and Allan Price.

Personnel:

  • Jon Field – flutes, percussion, piano, acoustic guitar
  • Tony Duhig – electric guitars
  • Glyn Havard – vocals, bass, acoustic guitars
  • Allan Price – drums
  • David Duhig – electric guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by , Jon Field, Tony Duhig, Glyn Havard and Allan Price, except where noted.

  1. A Winter’s Tale
  2. Snake
  3. Dark River
  4. Joanne
  5. Obedience
  6. Morning HymnMay Queen
  7. The Demon Trucker – Jon Field, Tony Duhig, Glyn Havard, Allan Price, David Duhig
  8. Lady Of The Lake
  9. Borne On The Solar Wind

In 1972, “PGP RTB” label released the self-titled, debut Korni Grupa album. It was recorded in December, 1971, at “Studio RTV Ljubljana” in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and in February 1972, at “Radio Beograd Studio 6” in Belgrade, Serbia, and was produced by Mića Marković

Personnel:

  • Kornelije Kovač – vocals, organ, piano, electric piano, vibraphone, harpsichord backing vocals
  • Zlatko Pejaković – lead vocals
  • Bojan Hreljac – bass guitar, percussion
  • Vladimir Furduj – drums, congas, tamburitza
  • Josip Boček – acoustic and electric guitar, backing vocals
  • Toša Andrin– engineer
  • Velisav Tomović – photography, design

Track listing:

  1. Glas Sa Obale Boja – Kornelije Kovač, arr. by Josip Boček
  2. Put Za Istok (Prvi Dan / Drugi Dan / Dilema / Zemlja) – Kornelije Kovač
  3. Moj Bol – lyrics by Kornelije Kovač, music by Ljubomir Brandjolica
  4. Bezglave Ja-Ha Horde – Kornelije Kovač
  5. Tata Ko. I Mama Spo – Kornelije Kovač

In 1972, “Polydor” label released “Faust So Far”, the second Faust studio album. It was recorded 1970 – 1971, and was produced by Uwe Nettelbeck.

Personnel:

  • Werner “Zappi” Diermaier– drums, percussion
  • Hans Joachim Irmler– organ
  • Jean-Hervé Péron– vocals, bass guitar
  • Rudolf Sosna– vocals, electric guitar, keyboards
  • Gunter Wüsthoff– synthesizer, saxophone
  • Kurt Graupner– engineer
  • Uwe Nettelbeck– album design
  • Edda Kochl– printing

Track listing:

All tracks by Werner “Zappi” Diermaier, Hans Joachim Irmler, Jean-Hervé Péron, Rudolf Sosna and Gunter Wüsthoff , except where noted.

  1. It’s a Rainy Day, Sunshine Girl – Rudolf Sosna
  2. On the Way to Abamäe
  3. No Harm – Jean-Hervé Péron
  4. So Far
  5. Mamie Is Blue – Rudolf Sosna
  6. I’ve Got My Car and My TV – Rudolf Sosna
  7. Picnic on a Frozen River
  8. Me Lack Space…
  9. …In the Spirit

In 1972, “Electrocord” label released “Cei ce ne-au dat nume” (Those Who Gave Us the Name), the debut Phoenix album.

Personnel:

  • Nicolae Covaci– vocals, guitar solo, whistle, percussion
  • Mircea Baniciu- vocals, accompaniment guitar, percussion
  • Iosif Kappl– vocals, bass guitar, violin, percussion
  • Costin Petrescu– drums
  • Valeriu Sepi– percussion

Track listing:

Music by Nicolae Covaci (1A, 1B2, 1C, 1D, 1E2, 2, 3, 4) and Josef Kappl (1B1, 1E1)

Lyrics by George Topârceanu (1D) and Victor Cârcu (1C, 1D, 1E1, 2), popular lyrics (3)

Part A:

  1. Seasons cycle
  2. Prelude

– The sheep

– The Time Game

  1. Spring

– Introduction

– Pumpruga

  1. Vara
  2. Toamna

It’s winter

– Introduction

– Game of the goats

  1. Nunta

Part B:

  1. Black Voda – Ballad
  2. Pseudo-Morgana

In 1972, “United Artists” label released “Wolf City”, the fifth Amon Düül II studio album. It was recorded in July 1972, at “Bavaria Studios”, and was produced by Olaf Kübler, Renate Knaup-Krötenschwanz, Chris Karrer, John Weinzierl, Falk-Ulrich Rogner, Lothar Meid and D. Secundus Fichelscher.

Personnel:

  • Renate Knaup-Krötenschwanz – vocals
  • Chris Karrer– guitars, soprano saxophone, violin
  • John Weinzierl – guitars
  • Falk-Ulrich Rogner – organ, clavioline, synthesizer
  • Lothar Meid– vocals, bass, synthesizer
  • Secundus Fichelscher– vocals, drums, guitars
  • Jimmy Jackson – choir organ, piano
  • Olaf Kübler – vocals, soprano saxophone
  • Peter Leopold – vocals, synthesizer, timpani
  • Al Sri Al Gromer – sitar
  • Pandit Shankar Lal – tablas
  • Liz van Neienhoff – tambura
  • Paul Heyda – violin
  • Rolf Zacher– vocals

Track listing:

  1. Surrounded by the Stars – Chris Karrer, Falk-Ulrich Rogner
  2. Green-Bubble-Raincoated-Man – John Weinzierl
  3. Jail-House-Frog – John Weinzierl
  4. Wolf City – Chris Karrer, Secundus Fichelscher, Falk-Ulrich Rogner, John Weinzierl, Lothar Meid
  5. Wie der Wind am Ende einer Strasse – Chris Karrer, Secundus Fichelscher, Falk-Ulrich Rogner, John Weinzierl, Lothar Meid
  6. Deutsch Nepal – Olaf Kübler, Lothar Meid
  7. Sleepwalker’s Timeless Bridge – Secundus Fichelscher, Falk-Ulrich Rogner

In 1972, “Silence Records” label released “Framtiden Ar Ett Svavande Skepp Forankrat I” (The Future is a Floating Ship Anchored in Ancient Times), the debut Älgarnas Trädgård  album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Studio Decibel” in Stockholm.

Personnel:

  • Andreas Brandt – vocals, violin, flute
  • Mikael Johansson – bass, drum, citters
  • Denis Lundh – drums, tabla, percussion
  • Dan Söderqvist- guitar
  • Jan Ternald – mellotron, synthesizer, organ, elpiano, cover painting
  • Margaretha Söderberg – vocal
  • Sebastian Öberg- cello, sitar, tabla
  • Torbjörn Falk – recording
  • Reine Fishing- cover design
  • Ann Erickson – photo
  • Berra Turvis Letter – photo

Track listing:

All tracks by Älgarnas Trädgård.

  1. Två Timmar Över Två Blå Berg Med En Gök På Vardera Sidan, Om Timmarna … Alltså
  2. Det Finns En Tid För Allt, Det Finns En Tid Då Även Tiden Möts
  3. Möjligheternas Barn
  4. Tristans Klagan
  5. Viriditas
  6. Saturnus Ringar
  7. Framtiden Är Ett Svävande Skepp, Förankrat I Forntiden

In 1972, “Fonit Cetra” label released “Palepoli”, the third Osanna album.

Personnel:

  • Danilo Rustici – vocals, guitars, vox organ, electric piano
  • Lino Vairetti – lead vocals, rhythm guitars, ARP 2600, Mellotron
  • Elio D’Anna – vocals, tenor and soprano sax, flute
  • Massimo Guarino – drums, vibraphone, percussion
  • Lello Brandi – bass

Track listing:

  1. Oro caldo
  2. Stanza città
  3. Animale senza respiro

In 1973, “Charisma” label released “Pipedream”, the debut Alan Hull solo album. It was recorded in 1973, and was produced by Micky Sweeney and Alan Hull. The cover artwork is based on a painting by René Magritte

Personnel:

  • Alan Hull – vocals, guitar, piano, harmonium, “Guinness”
  • John Turnbull- guitar, “orange juice, health foods”
  • Colin Gibson- bass, “mental indecision, snuff and herbal tobacco”
  • Ken Craddock- piano, organ, harmonium, electric piano, guitar, “Guinness, wine, tequila, Pernod, Coca-cola and anything else around at the time”
  • Ray Laidlaw – drums, “common sense”
  • Ray Jackson– vocals, harp, mandolin
  • Dave Brooks – saxophone
  • Micky Sweeney – “high level energy”
  • Roy T. Baker- engineer, mixing, “woofy woofy”
  • Ken Scott, Mike Stone- engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Alan Hull.

  1. Breakfast
  2. Justanothersadsong
  3. Money Game
  4. STD 0632
  5. United States of Mind
  6. Country Gentleman’s Wife
  7. Numbers (Travelling Band)
  8. For The Bairns
  9. Drug Song
  10. Song for a Windmill
  11. Blue Murder
  12. I Hate To See You Cry

In 1973, “Harvest” label released the self-titled, debut Saint Just ‎album.

Personnel:

  • Gianni Guarracino – acoustic, electric and twelve-string guitar
  • Mario D’Amora – piano, organ, keyboards, celesta, bells
  • Antonio Verde – vocals, classical guitar, bass, contrabass
  • Jane Sorrenti – vocals
  • Roberto Fix – alto and tenor saxophone
  • Antonio Esposito – drums, percussion, marimba
  • Alan Sorrenti – backing and harmony vocals, mixing
  • Toni Verde – arranger
  • Sigla/DEMA – art direction, artwork
  • Umberto Telesco – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Antonio Verde and Jane Sorrenti.

  1. Il Fiume Inondo
  2. Il Risveglio
  3. Dolci Momenti
  4. Una Bambina
  5. Triste Poeta Di Corte
  6. Saint Just

In 1973, “EMI” label released “Bruma Azul Do Desejado” the second Quarteto 1111 album.

Personnel:

  • Frei Hermano Da Câmara – vocals
  • Drums – Miguel Artur Da Silveira
  • Guitar – António Moniz Pereira, Mike Sergeant
  • José Cid – keyboards, mellotron
  • Mike Sergeant – bass
  • Coro Da Escola Claustral De Singeverga – chorus

Track listing:

  1. Vem Senhor Jesus
  2. Graças Ao Senhor
  3. O Sonho
  4. Hino Da Esperança
  5. Bruma Azul Do Desejado
  6. Estrela Do Mar
  7. Saudai O Senhor
  8. Hino De Natal
  9. Paz Na Terra
  10. Natal Em Belém

In 1973, “Shelter” label released “Really”, the second J. J. Cale studio album. It was recorded April – July 1972, at “Muscle Shoals Sound Studio” and “Quinvy Studio” in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, “Quadrophonic Studio”, “Bradley’s Barn” and “Moss Rose Studio” in Nashville Tennessee, and was produced by Audie Ashworth.

Personnel:

  • J. Cale – vocals, guitar
  • Barry Beckett– piano
  • Bill Boatman – guitar
  • David Briggs– piano
  • Kenneth A. Buttrey– drums
  • Jimmy Capps – guitar
  • Vassar Clements– violin
  • Kossie Gardner – organ
  • Mac Gayden– guitar
  • Gary Gilmore – bass guitar
  • Josh Graves– dobro
  • Roger Hawkins– drums
  • Bob Holmes – harmony vocal
  • David Hood– bass guitar
  • Bill Humble – trombone
  • Jimmy Johnson– guitar
  • Jim Karstein – drums
  • Charlie McCoy– harmonica
  • Farrell Morris – percussion, congas, drums
  • Bob Phillips – trumpet
  • Norbert Putnam– bass guitar
  • Bob Ray – bass guitar
  • Norman Ray Bass – vocals, saxophone
  • Don Sheffield – trumpet
  • George Soulé– drums
  • Robert Tarrant – congas
  • Bobby Woods – piano
  • Joe Zinkan – bass guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by J. J. Cale.

  1. Lies
  2. Everything Will Be Alright
  3. I’ll Kiss the World Goodbye
  4. Changes
  5. Right Down Here
  6. If You Were in Oklahoma
  7. Ridin’ Home
  8. Goin’ Down
  9. Soulin’
  10. Playing in the Street
  11. Mojo
  12. Louisiana Women

In 1973, “Virgin” label released “The Faust Tapes”, the third Faust album. It was recorded June 1971 – June 1973, in Wümme, and was produced by Uwe Nettelbeck.

Personnel:

  • Werner “Zappi” Diermaier– drums
  • Hans Joachim Irmler– organ
  • Arnulf Meifert– drums
  • Jean-Hervé Péron– vocals, bass guitar
  • Rudolf Sosna– vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Gunter Wüsthoff– synthesiser, saxophone
  • Kurt Graupner– engineer
  • Uwe Nettelbeck– vocals, cover artwork

Track listing:

  1. Untitled
  2. Untitled

In 1973, “Jugoton” label released the self-titled, debut YU Grupa album.

Personnel:

  • Dragi Jelić– vocals, guitar, arranger
  • Žika Jelić– vocals, bass guitar
  • Ratislav Đelmaš– drums
  • Ivezić – design
  • Patrnogić, R. Radetić – photography

Track listing:

All music by Dragi Jelić, all lyrics by D. Nedimović, except where noted.

  1. Trka
  2. Noć je moja – lyrics by Marušić
  3. Čovek i Marsovac
  4. Čudna šuma
  5. Trenutak sna
  6. Devojko mala, podigni glavu
  7. Crni leptir – lyrics by Dragi Jelić
  8. More

In 1973, “Harvest” label released “See See the Sun”, the debut Kayak album. It was recorded October 1972, May–June 1973 and was produced by Gerrit-Jan Leenders, Max Werner, Johan Slager, Ton Scherpenzeel, Cees van Leeuwen and Pim Koopman.

Personnel:

  • Max Werner– lead vocals, percussion, mellotron
  • Johan Slager– guitars, backing vocals
  • Ton Scherpenzeel– keyboards, backing vocals
  • Cees van Leeuwen– bass, harmonica, backing vocals
  • Pim Koopman– lead and backing vocals, drums,synthesizer, marimba
  • Giny Bush and Martine Koeman – violins
  • Ernst Reijseger – cello
  • Gerrit-Jan Leenders – vocals, percussion
  • Rijn Peter de Klerk – percussion
  • Perlee – barrel organ

Track listing:

  1. Reason for it All – Ton Scherpenzeel
  2. Lyrics – Ton Scherpenzeel
  3. Mouldy Wood – Johan Slager, Pim Koopman, Ton Scherpenzeel
  4. Lovely Luna – Pim Koopman
  5. Hope for a Life – Pim Koopman, Ton Scherpenzeel
  6. Ballet of the Cripple – Cees Van Leeuwen, Pim Koopman, Ton Scherpenzeel
  7. Forever is a Lonely Thought – Pim Koopman, Ton Scherpenzeel
  8. Mammoth – Pim Koopman, Ton Scherpenzeel
  9. See See the Sun – Cees Van Leeuwen, Pim Koopman, Ton Scherpenzeel

In 1973, “Columbia” label released “Attempted Mustache”, the fourth Loudon Wainwright III studio album. It was recorded in 1973, in Nashville, Tennessee, and was produced by Bob Johnston.

Personnel:

  • Loudon Wainwright III – acoustic guitar, banjo
  • Kenneth Buttrey- drums
  • Johnny Christopher- acoustic guitar, electric guitar
  • Tommy Cogbill- bass
  • Ron Cornelius- acoustic guitar, electric guitar
  • Mac Gayden- acoustic guitar, electric guitar, slide guitar
  • Reggie Young- acoustic guitar, electric guitar
  • Hargus “Pig” Robbins- piano, organ
  • Doug Kershaw- fiddle and cajun exclamation
  • Kate McGarrigle– vocal, banjo

Track listing:

All tracks by Loudon Wainwright III, except where noted.

  1. The Swimming Song
  2. M. World
  3. Bell Bottom Pants
  4. Liza
  5. I Am the Way (New York Town) – based on “New York Town” music by Woody Guthrie, new title and lyrics by Loudon Wainwright III
  6. Clockwork Chartreuse
  7. Down Drinking at the Bar
  8. The Man Who Couldn’t Cry
  9. Come a Long Way – Kate McGarrigle
  10. Nocturnal Stumblebutt
  11. Dilated to Meet You
  12. Lullaby

In 1973, “Minona” label released “Our Lady of Late”, the second Meredith Monk album. It was recorded on April 1, 1972, at “Laighstreet Street Dance Studio” in New York City, and was produced by Collin Walcott.

Personnel:

  • Meredith Monk– vocals, percussion
  • Collin Walcott– percussion
  • Gary Alper – engineering
  • Daniel Zellman – mixing, mastering
  • Peter Moore – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Meredith Monk.

  1. Prologue
  2. Unison
  3. Knee
  4. Hey Rhythm
  5. Cow Song
  6. Sign
  7. Morning
  8. Slide
  9. Waltz
  10. Prophecy
  11. Dumb
  12. Conversation
  13. Low Ring
  14. High Ring
  15. Free
  16. Edge
  17. Scale Down
  18. Epilogue

In 1973, “Jugoton” label released “Homo Volans”, the third Arsen Dedić album. It was recorded September – November 1973, at studio “Jugoton”, in Zagreb, Croatia, and was produced by Arsen Dedić.

Personnel:

  1. Arsen Dedić – vocals, piano, arranger
  2. Ante Mažuran – guitar
  3. Ante Živković – viola
  4. Branimir Živković – flute, keyboards
  5. Branko Bobinski – accordion
  6. Daniel Thune – violin
  7. Ivan Djurić – violin
  8. Ivan Kuzmić – violin
  9. Ivica Petanjek – mandolin
  10. Ivica Šestak – violin
  11. Josip Klima – violin
  12. Josip Stojanović – cello
  13. Miculinić-Vidić – cello
  14. Marijan Makar – guitar
  15. Mario Mavrin – bass guitar
  16. Miha Kralj – keyboards
  17. Ozren Depolo – saxophone, flute
  18. Peca Petej – drums
  19. Petar Jakobčić – cello
  20. Sanja Mlinar – vocal
  21. Srećko Zubak – clarinet
  22. Svemir Opara – bass
  23. Tinka Muradori – flute
  24. Stanislav – bassoon
  25. Adica Dobrić, Dubravko Volar, Ivan Pincetić, Ivica Bobinec – backing vocals
  26. Miljenko Prohaska – conductor, arranger
  27. Radar Bosner – arranger
  28. Krešimir Oblak – arranger
  29. Ozren Depolo – arranger
  30. Vlado Štefanac – engineer
  31. Zlatko Bourek – design
  32. Jaramaz – photography

Track listing:

All lyrics and music by Arsen Dedić, except where noted.

  1. Čitavu noć s..- lyrics by Stanko Vraz
  2. Ti se smiješ – lyrics by Željko Sabol
  3. Mirni podstanar – lyrics by Arsen Dedić, music by Miljenko Prohaska
  4. Oprosti mi
  5. Ponovo ti govorim
  6. Tvoje nježne godine
  7. Ana Je Ana
  8. Ti trebaš ljubavi
  9. Nećeš biti sama
  10. To nije važno – lyrics by Željko Sabol
  11. Pravilna ishrana
  12. Vrtovi malih kuća – lyrics by Dragutin Britvić
  13. Pjesma o šutnji – lyrics by Zvonimir Balog
  14. Kada sretnem djevu bajnu – Milovan Vitezović
  15. Sunčano lice – music by Gino Paoli
  16. Priča o jednom kapitanu – lyrics by Tomislav Zuppa
  17. Modra rijeka – lyrics by Mak Dizdar
  18. Ofelija – lyrics by Zvonimir Golob
  19. Balada o smrti – lyrics by Goran Babić
  20. Mala pjesma
  21. Laku Noć Muzičari
  22. Čitavu Noć Slavulj…- lyrics by Stenko Vraz

In 1973, “Olympic Records” label released “Looking Back”, the sixth Leon Russell album. It was recorded in 1973, and was produced by Leon Russell.

Personnel:

  • Leon Russell– vocals, harpsichord,  guitar, bass, keyboards, piano
  • Tommy Tedesco– guitar
  • Jimmy Bend – bass guitar
  • Earl Palmer– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Leon Russell, except where noted.

  1. If I Had a Hammer – Pete Seeger, Lee Hays
  2. Gospel Harp
  3. Greenfields – Frank Miller, Terry Gilkyson and Richard Dehr
  4. Virginia
  5. Our Winter Love – Johnny Cowell
  6. Cottonfields – Huddie Ledbetter
  7. Cherry Beat
  8. Greenback Dollar – Hoyt Axton, Ken Ramsey
  9. Man with the Golden Gun
  10. Tender and Fair

In 1973, “Cramps Records” label released “Arbeit macht frei”, the debut Area album. It was recorded in 1973, and was produced by

Personnel:

  • Eddie Busnello – saxophone
  • Giulio Capiozzo – drums, percussion
  • Patrick Djivas- bass, double bass
  • Patrizio Fariselli – electric and acoustic pianos
  • Demetrio Stratos- vocals, organ, steel drums
  • Giampaolo Tofani – guitar, VCS3
  • Ria Gaetano – engineering

Track listing:

  1. Luglio, Agosto, Settembre (nero)
  2. Arbeit macht frei
  3. Consapevolezza
  4. Le labbra del tempo
  5. 240 chilometri da Smirne
  6. L’Abbattimento dello Zeppelin

In 1973, “EMI” label released “Wizzard Brew”, the debut Wizzard album. It was recorded 1972 – 1973, at “”Phonogram Studios” and “EMI Studios” in London, and was produced by Roy Wood. In 2003, “Mojo” magazine ranked it at number 18 on its list of the “Top 50 Eccentric Albums”.

Personnel:

  • Roy Wood– vocal, electric and acoustic guitars, sitar, cello, bassoon, baritone saxophone, string bass, B-flat bass tuba, trombone, recorders, percussion
  • Rick Price– bass guitar, vocals, percussion
  • Bill Hunt – piano, harpsichord, French horn, trumpet, flugel horn, tenor horn, bugle, euphonium, E flat tuba, little glass, backing vocals
  • Hugh ‘H’ McDowell– cello, ARP synthesiser.
  • Nick Pentelow – tenor saxophone, clarinet, flute; bass backing vocals
  • Mike Burney– alto, tenor, baritone and synthesized saxes, clarinet, flute
  • Keith Smart – drums
  • Charlie Grima – drums, congas, percussion
  • The Cowbag Choir

Track listing:

 All tracks by Roy Wood.

  1. You Can Dance Your Rock ‘n’ Roll
  2. Meet Me at the Jailhouse
  3. Jolly Cup of Tea
  4. Buffalo Station/Get On Down to Memphis
  5. Gotta Crush (About You)
  6. Wear a Fast Gun

In 1973, “Pepita” label released “Bummm!”, the third Locomotiv GT studio album. It was recorded in 1973, and was produced by Rónai István.

Personnel:

  • Gábor Presser – organ, piano, lead vocals, backing vocals
  • Tamás Barta – lead and backing vocals, guitar, slide-guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica, harp
  • Tamás Somló – lead vocals, bass, alto saxophone, backing vocals
  • József Laux – drums, percussion

Track listing:

  1. Ringasd el magad – Gábor Presser, Anna Adamis
  2. Kék asszony – Gábor Presser, Anna Adamis
  3. Gyere, gyere ki a hegyoldalba – Tamás Barta, Gábor Presse
  4. Visszamegyek a falumba – Tamás Barta, Gábor Presser
  5. Bárzene – Tamás Barta
  6. Ö még csak tizennégy – Tamás Barta, Anna Adamis
  7. Szabadits meg – Tamás Barta, Anna Adamis
  8. Vallomás – Tamás Barta, Anna Adamis
  9. Mondd, mire van ? – Gábor Presser, Anna Adamis
  10. Miénk itt a tér – Gábor Presser, Anna Adamis

In 1973, “Claddagh Records” label released “The Chieftains 4”, the fourth Chieftains. Album. It was recorded September 1972 – February 1973, at “Morgan Studios” in London, and was produced by Paddy Moloney.

Personnel:

  • Paddy Moloney- uillean pipes, tin whistle
  • Martin Fay- fiddle, bones
  • Seán Potts- tin whistle
  • Seán Keane- fiddle
  • Peadar Mercier- bodhran, bones
  • Derek Bell- harp
  • Michael Tubridy- flute, concertina, tin whistle

Track listing:

All tracks are traditional, except where noted.

  1. Drowsy Maggie
  2. Morgan Magan
  3. The Tip of the Whistle
  4. Bucks of Oranmore
  5. The Battle of Aughrim
  6. The Morning Dew – Paddy Moloney
  7. Carrickfergus (Do Bhi Bean Uasal)
  8. Sláinte Bhreagh Hiulit – Hewlett
  9. Cherish The Ladies
  10. Lord Mayo
  11. Mná na hÉireann (Women of Ireland) – Seán Ó Riada
  12. O’Keefe’s Slide /An Suisin Ban (The white blanket) / The Star Above The Garter / The Weaver’s Slide

In 1974, “Polskie Nagrania Muza” label released “Kamienie”, the seventh Breakout album. It was recorded in April 1974, at”PWSM Warszawa”, in Warszawa, Poland.

Personnel:

  • Tadeusz Nalepa – vocals, guitar, harmonica
  • Zdzisław Zawadzki – bass
  • Wojciech Morawski – drums
  • Winicjusz Chróst – guitar
  • Urbańska – engineer
  • Urbański – recording supervisor

Track listing:

All music by Tadeusz Nalepa, all lyrics by Bogdan Loebl.

  1. Czy Zgadniesz
  2. Czułość Niosę Tobie
  3. Spiekota
  4. Modlitwa
  5. Bądź Słońcem
  6. Bądź Słońcem
  7. Pójdę Prosto
  8. Koło Mego Okna
  9. Kamienie
  10. Tobie Ta Pieśń

In 1974, “Warner Bros” label released “Introducing Eddy and the Falcons”, the second Wizzard album. It was recorded 1973 – 1974, at “Phonogram Studios”, AIR Studios”and “De Lane Lea Studios” in London, and was produced by Roy Wood.

Personnel:

  • Roy Wood– vocals, guitars, drums, oboe, cello, bass, keyboards, bassoon, string bass, tenor and baritone saxes, percussion
  • Rick Price– bass guitar, guitar, vocals, percussion
  • Nick Pentelow – tenor saxophone
  • Mike Burney– tenor and baritone saxes
  • Keith Smart – drums
  • Charlie Grima – percussion
  • Bill Hunt – piano
  • Bob Brady – piano, vocals, ‘incidental boogies’.

Track listing:

All tracks by Roy Wood except where noted.

  1. Intro
  2. Eddy’s Rock
  3. Brand New 88
  4. You Got Me Runnin’
  5. I Dun Lotsa Cryin’ Over You
  6. This Is the Story of My Love (Baby)
  7. Everyday I Wonder
  8. Crazy Jeans
  9. Come Back Karen
  10. We’re Gonna Rock ‘n’ Roll Tonight

In 1974, “WWA” label released “Solid”, the seventh Groundhogs album. It was recorded in 1974, at Tony McPhee’s home studio, Haverhill, Suffolk, and was produced by Tony McPhee.

Personnel:

  • Tony McPhee– vocals, guitars
  • Peter Cruikshank – bass
  • Ken Pustelnik, Clive Brooks– drums
  • Martin Birch– engineer
  • Gered Mankowitz- photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Tony McPhee

  1. Light My Light
  2. Free from All Alarm
  3. Sins of the Father
  4. Sad Go Round
  5. Corn Cob
  6. Plea Sing, Plea Song
  7. Snow Storm
  8. Joker’s Grave

In 1974, “Nine Records / 20th Century Fox Records” labels released “Child of the Novelty”, the second Mahogany Rush studio album. It was recorded in 1974, at “Tempo Studios” in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and was produced by Frank Marino.

Personnel:

  • Frank Marino– vocals, guitars, keyboards
  • Paul Harwood – acoustic and electric bass
  • Jimmy Ayoub – drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Frank Marino.

  1. Look Outside
  2. Thru the Milky Way
  3. Talkin’ ’bout a Feelin’
  4. Child of the Novelty
  5. Makin’ My Wave
  6. A New Rock and Roll
  7. Changing
  8. Plastic Man
  9. Guitwar
  10. Chains of (S)pace

In 1974, “Love records” label released “Being”, the fourth  Wigwam album. It was recorded February – November 1973, at “Finnvox Studios and Finnlevy Studios” in Helsinki, Finland, and was produced by Måns Groundstroem,  Pekka Pohjola, Jim Pembroke, Jukka Gustavson and  Ronnie Österberg.

Personnel:

  • Jukka Gustavson – vocals, piano, organ, synthesizer
  • Pekka Pohjola – bass, violin
  • Ronnie Österberg – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Jim Pembroke – vocals, piano
  • Taisto Wesslin – acoustic guitar
  • Paavo Honkanen, Pentti Lasanen – clarinet
  • Unto Haapa-aho – bass clarinet
  • Juhani Tapaninen – bassoon
  • Erik Dannholm, Kari Veisterä, Pekka Pöyry, Pentti Lahti, Pentti Lasanen, Seppo Paakkunainen – flute
  • Juhani Aaltonen – flute solo
  • Aale Lindgren, Ilmari Varila – oboe
  • Pekka Pöyry – soprano saxophone
  • Måns “Måsse” Groundstroem, Erkki Hyvönen, Harri Bergman, Paul Jyrälä – engineer
  • Jukka Gustavson – art direction, design
  • Jorma Auersalo – cover artwork

Track listing:

Al tracks by Jukka Gustavson, except where noted.

  1. Proletarian
  2. Inspired Machine
  3. Petty-Bourgeois – Jim Pembroke
  4. Pride of the Biosphere – Jukka Gustavson, Pekka Pohjola
  5. Pedagogue
  6. Crisader
  7. Planetist – Pekka Pohjola
  8. Maestro Mercy – Jim Pembroke
  9. Prophet
  10. Marvelry Skimmer – Jim Pembroke

In 1974, “Harvest” label released “La Casa Del Lago”, the second Saint Just album. It was recorded in 1974, and was produced by Corrado Bacchelli.

Personnel

  • Andrea Faccenda – acoustic and electric guitar, piano, organ, harmonica
  • Tito Rinesi – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, maracas, harmonica, autoharp
  • Jane Sorrenti – vocals, twelve-string guitar, tambourine
  • Tony Verde – bass
  • Fulvio Maras – drums, percussion
  • Vince Tempera – wind, strings
  • Giorgio Louiscek – engineer
  • Bruno Fedetto, Umberto Telesco – cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Jane Sorrenti and Tony Verde, except where noted.

  1. Tristana
  2. Nella Vita, Un Pianto
  3. Viaggio Nel Tempo – Tino Rinesi
  4. La Casa Del Lago
  5. Messicano
  6. La Terra Della Verità – Tino Rinesi

In 1974, “Vertigo” label released “Banquet”, the fourth Lucifer’s Friend album. It was recorded in 1974, and was produced by John Lawton, Peter Hesslein, Dieter Horns, Herbert Bornhold and Peter Hecht.

Personnel:

  • John Lawton– lead vocals
  • Peter Hesslein – electric and acoustic guitars, 12-string guitar, percussion, backing vocals
  • Dieter Horns – bass, backing vocals
  • Herbert Bornhold – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Peter Hecht – piano, organ, Moog synthesizer, electric piano
  • Herb Geller – alto saxsophone, flute
  • Karl-Hermann Lüer – baritone saxophone
  • Stefan Dobrzynski – tenor saxophone
  • Wilfried Schoberanzky – bassoon
  • Klaus Holle – flute
  • Franz Behle – oboe
  • Rolf Lind – French horn
  • Hans Alves – English horn
  • Kurt Donocik, Luigi Schaufub, Walter Hillinghaus – cello
  • Günter Fulisch, Heinz Reese, Waldemar Erbe, Wolfgang Ahlers – trombone
  • Bob Lanese, Heinz Habermann, Manfred Moch – trumpet
  • Bruno Korzuschek, Günter Grünig, Werner Knupke – viola
  • Fritz Köhnsen, Günter Klein, Günther Zander, Heinz Donocik, Helmut Jochens, Helmut Rahn, Ingeborg Kaufmann, Otto Kaufmann, Reinhold Gabriel, Senia Daschewski – violin
  • Dave Brian, Elvira Herbert, Sheila McKinley – choir
  • Peter Hecht – horns and strings arrangement
  • Volker Heintzen – engineer
  • Sebastian F.B. Dietrich – photography

Track listing:

  1. Spanish Galleon – Peter Hesslein, John Lawton
  2. Thus Spoke Oberon – John F. Bacardi, John O’Brien-Docker, Peter Hesslein, John Lawton
  3. High Flying Lady – Goodbye – John F. Bacardi, John O’Brien-Docker, Peter Hesslein, John Lawton
  4. Sorrow – Peter Hesslein, John Lawton
  5. Dirty Old Town – Peter Hesslein, Dieter Horns, John Lawton

In 1974, “Polskie Nagrania Muza” label released the self-titled, debut SBB album. It was recorded April 18–19, 1974, and was produced by R. Poznakowski.

Personnel:

  • Józef Skrzek – vocals, bass guitar, piano, Moog synthesizer
  • Antymos Apostolis – guitar
  • Jerzy Piotrowski – percussion
  • Babiński – engineer
  • Chris Niedenthal, Tomasz Sikora, Zenon Keller – photography

Track listing:

Odlot

  1. Odlot – Józef Skrzek, Antymos Apostolis, Jerzy Piotrowski
  2. Odlecieć Z Wami – Grań,  Józef Skrzek

Wizje

  1. Wizje – Józef Skrzek, Antymos Apostolis, Jerzy Piotrowski
  2. Erotyk – Matej, J. Skrzek

In 1975, “Gull” label released “Tea Break Over–Back on Your ‘Eads!”, the eighth and final If studio album. It was recorded July – August 1974 at “Pyramid Sounds”, and was produced by Jon Child, Cliff Davies and Lew Futterman.

Personnel:

  • Dick Morrissey- saxophones, flute
  • Geoff Whitehorn– vocals,  acoustic and electric guitars
  • Gabriel Magno – organ, piano
  • Walt Monaghan– vocals, bass
  • Cliff Davies– vocals, drums, synthesiser
  • Carlos Martinez – percussion

Track listing:

  1. Merlin the Magic Man – Cliff Davies
  2. I Had a Friend – Cliff Davies
  3. Tea Break Over, Back on Your ‘Eads – Geoff Whitehorn, Cliff Davies, Walt Monaghan
  4. Ballad of the Yessirrom Kid – Cliff Davies
  5. Raw Sewage – Cliff Davies
  6. Song for Alison – Dick Morrissey
  7. Don Quixote’s Masquerade – Cliff Davies

In 1975, “Atlantic” label released “A Funky Thide of Sings”, the fifth Billy Cobham album. It was recorded in 1975, at “Columbia Records Studio” in San Francisco, and was produced by Mark Meyerson, Donald Elfman, Naomi Yoshii and Billy Cobham.

Personnel:

  • Billy Cobham– synthesizer, percussion
  • Milcho Leviev– keyboards
  • John Scofield– guitar
  • Michael Brecker– saxophone
  • Larry Schneider– saxophone
  • Randy Brecker– trumpet
  • Walt Fowler – trumpet
  • Tom Malone– trombone, piccolo
  • Glenn Ferris– trombone
  • Alex Blake– bass
  • Rebop Kwaku Baah– congas

Track listing:

  1. Panhandler – Billy Cobham
  2. Sorcery – Keith Jarrett
  3. A Funky Thide of Sings – Billy Cobham
  4. Thinking of You – Alex Blake
  5. Some Skunk Funk – Randy Brecker
  6. Light at the End of the Tunnel – Billy Cobham
  7. A Funky Kind of Thing – Billy Cobham
  8. Moody Modes – Milcho Leviev

In 1975, “Chess” label released the self-titled, eighteenth Chuck Berry studio album. It was recorded in 1975, at “Sound Exchange Studios” and “Technisonic Studios” in St. Louis, Missouri,  and was produced by Esmond Edwards. It was Berry’s last album for “Chess”, before he signed to “Atco” label.

Personnel:

  • Chuck Berry – vocals, guitar, piano
  • Billy Peek– guitar
  • Elliot Randall– guitar
  • Wilbur Bascomb– bass
  • Greg Edick – bass
  • Ernie Hayes – piano
  • Jimmy Johnson, Jr. – drums
  • Ron Reed – drums
  • Earl Williams – drums
  • Ingrid Berry Gibson – vocals
  • Bob Scerbo – production supervision
  • Neil Terk – art direction

Track listing:

  1. Swanee River – Stephen Foster, adapted and arranged by Chuck Berry
  2. I’m Just a Name – Chuck Berry
  3. I Just Want to Make Love to You – Willie Dixon
  4. Too Late – Chuck Berry
  5. South of the Border – Jimmy Kennedy, Michael Carr
  6. Hi Heel Sneakers – Robert Higgenbotham
  7. You Are My Sunshine – Charles Mitchell, Jimmie Davis
  8. My Babe – Walter Jacobs
  9. Baby What You Want Me to Do – Jimmy Reed
  10. A Deuce – Chuck Berry
  11. Shake, Rattle and Roll – Charles E. Calhoun
  12. Sue Answer – Chuck Berry
  13. Don’t You Lie to Me – Chuck Berry

In 1975, “ZKP RTLJ” label released “Na izvoru svetlosti” (At the Spring of Light), the second and the last Pop Mašina studio album. It was recorded February 4-7, 1975, at “Akademik Studio” in Ljubljana, Slovenia, January 2, 1974, “Hala sportova” in Belgrade, Serbia, and was produced by Robert Nemeček and Ivo Umek.

Personnel:

  • Robert Nemeček– vocals, bass guitar, acoustic guitar, percussion
  • Zoran Božinović– vocals, guitar
  • Mihajlo Popović – drums, percussion
  • Ljuba Ninkovič- acoustic guitar, percussion
  • Marković- organ, piano, synthesizer
  • Anton Čare – cello
  • Stane Demšar – cello
  • Franjo Bergar – oboe
  • Božo Mihelčič – violin
  • Karel Žužek – violin
  • Miro Bevc – engineer
  • Marko Petretič – recording assistant
  • Aca Radojčić – recording
  • Mile Miletić – mixing
  • Jugoslav Vlahović- cover, graphic design

Track listing:

  1. Vreme za nas – Robert Nemeček
  2. Negde daleko – Zoran Božinović
  3. Rekviem za prijatelja – Ljuba Ninković, N. Ignjatović, Robert Nemeček,  Marković
  4. Sećanja – Zoran Božinović
  5. Na izvoru – Robert Nemeček
  6. Zemlja svetlosti – Robert Nemeček
  7. Kraj II – Robert Nemeček

In 1975, “Polskie Nagrania Muza” label released “Nowy Horyzont”, the second SBB album. It was recorded September 1974, at “Polish Radio” in Warszawa, January 1975, at studio of “Polskie Nagrania” in Warszawa.

Personnel:

  • Józef Skrzek – vocals, bass guitar, piano, synthesizer
  • Antymos Apostolis – guitar
  • Jerzy Piotrowski – percussion

Track listing:

  1. Na Pierwszy Ogień
  2. Błysk
  3. Nowy Horyzont
  4. Ballada O Pięciu Głodnych
  5. Wolność Z Nami

In 1975, “Lifesong” label released the self-titled, debut Crack the Sky album. It was recorded 1974 – 1975, at “CBS Studios”, “Columbia Records Studio”, “Minot Sound Studios”, in New York City, and was produced by Terence P. Minogue, Marty Nelson and William Kirkland.

Personnel:

  • John Palumbo — lead vocals, keyboards, guitar
  • Rick Witkowski — lead guitar, percussion
  • Joe Macre — bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Jim Griffiths — lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Joey D’Amico — drums, backing vocals
  • Michael Brecker— horns
  • Randy Brecker— horns
  • David Sanborn— horns
  • George Marge — woodwinds
  • Tom Jones — trombone
  • Donald Puluse — recording, mixing engineer
  • Terry Cashman— executive producer
  • Tommy West — executive producer
  • Stan Kalina — mastering engineer
  • Susan Senk — cover coordination
  • Mary Walsh — front cover photography
  • Benno Friedman — back cover photography
  • Bob Heimall — art direction and design
  • Merri Kirkland — Spanish translation on “I Don’t Have a Tie”

Track listing:

All tracks by John Palumbo.

  1. Hold On
  2. Surf City
  3. A Sea Epic
  4. She’s a Dancer
  5. Robots for Ronnie
  6. Ice
  7. Mind baby
  8. I Don’t Have a Tie
  9. Sleep

In 1976, “E.G.” label released “Music from The Penguin Café”, the debut Penguin Cafe Orchestra album. It was recorded 1974 – 1976, and was produced by Simon Jeffes and Steve Nye.

Personnel:

  • Simon Jeffes – vocals, electric guitar, bass, ukulele, cuatro, spinet, electric piano, mouth percussion, sheng, ring modulator
  • Steve Nye – electric piano, engineer
  • Helen Liebmann – cello
  • Gavyn Wright – violin, viola
  • Emily Young – vocals, cover painting
  • Neil Rennie – ukulele
  • Brian Eno – executive producer

Track listing:

All lyrics by Neil Rennie, all music by Simon Jeffes, except where noted.

  1. Penguin Cafe Single – Simon Jeffes, Steve Nye, Gavyn Wright, Helen Leibmann
  2. From the Colonies (for N.R.)
  3. In a Sydney Motel
  4. Surface Tension (Where the Trees Meet the Sky)
  5. Milk
  6. Coronation
  7. Giles Farnaby’s Dream – Simon Jeffes, Giles Farnaby
  8. Pigtail
  9. The Sound of Someone You Love Who’s Going Away and it Doesn’t Matter – Simon Jeffes, Steve Nye, Gavyn Wright, Helen Leibmann
  10. Hugebaby – Simon Jeffes, Steve Nye, Gavyn Wright, Helen Leibmann
  11. Chartered Flight – Simon Jeffes, Steve Nye, Gavyn Wright, Helen Leibmann

In 1976, “Reprise” label released “Chicken Skin Music”, the fifth Ry Cooder studio album. It was recorded 1975 – 1976, at “Warner Bros. Recording Studios” in North Hollywood, and in Hawaii, and was produced by Ry Cooder.

Personnel:

  • Ry Cooder – vocals, bajo sexto, mandola, bottleneck guitar, French accordion, electric guitar, slack-key guitar, tiple, Hawaiian guitar
  • George Bohanon– horn arrangement, baritone horn
  • Oscar Brashear– cornet
  • Red Callender– upright bass
  • Chris Ethridge– bass
  • Terry Evans– vocals
  • Cliff Givens – vocals
  • Laurence Fishburne – vocals
  • Hugo Gonzales – bajo sexto
  • Milt Holland– percussion, drums
  • Atta Isaacs– slack-key and acoustic guitar
  • Fred Jackson Jr.– tenor saxophone
  • Flaco Jiménez– accordion
  • Herman E. Johnson – vocals
  • Jim Keltner– drums
  • Bobby King– vocals
  • Henry Ojeda – bass
  • Gabby Pahinui– vocals, steel guitar
  • Benny Powell– trombone
  • Pat Rizzo– alto saxophone
  • Russ Titelman– vocals, bajo sexto
  • Judy Maizel, Trudy Portch – production coordination
  • Noel Newbolt – production assistance
  • Lee Herschberg – engineer, mixing
  • Lloyd Cruft – engineer
  • Bobby Hata, John Neal – assistant engineers
  • Chet Himes, John Ingle – engineering
  • Kenny Price – album cover, design, painting
  • Susan Titelman – photography

Track listing:

  1. The Bourgeois Blues – Lead Belly
  2. I Got Mine – traditional, based on Pink Anderson’s version
  3. Always Lift Him Up/Kanaka Wai Wai – Blind Alfred Reed, traditional
  4. He’ll Have to Go – Joe Allison, Audrey Allison
  5. Smack Dab in the Middle – Charles E. Calhoun
  6. Stand By Me – Ben E. King, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
  7. Yellow Roses – Ken Devine, Sam Nichols
  8. Chlo-e – Gus Kahn, Neil Moret
  9. Goodnight, Irene – Lead Belly, John Lomax

In 1976, “Horslips Records” label released “The Book of Invasions: A Celtic Symphony”, the sixth Horslips album. It was recorded 1975 – 1976, and was produced by Alan O’Duffy, Charles O’Connor, Jim Lockhart, John Fean, Barry Devlin and Eamon Carr.

Personnel:

  • Charles O’Connor- fiddle, mandolin, concertina, vocals, cover design
  • Jim Lockhart- keyboards, flute, whistles
  • John Fean- guitar, vocals
  • Barry Devlin- bass, vocals
  • Eamon Carr- drums, percussion
  • Alan O’Duffy– engineer
  • Robbie McGrath – assistant engineer
  • Ian Finlay – photography
  • Eric G. Bannister – art direction
  • Evelyn Lunney – make-up

Track listing:

Geantraí

  1. Daybreak
  2. March Into Trouble
  3. Trouble (With a Capital T)
  4. The Power and the Glory
  5. The Rocks Remain
  6. Dusk
  7. Sword of Light
  8. Dark

Goltraí

  1. Warm Sweet Breath of Love
  2. Fantasia (My Lagan Love)
  3. King of Morning, Queen of Day

Suantraí

  1. Sideways to the Sun
  2. Drive the Cold Winter Away
  3. Ride to Hell

In 1977, “Helidon” label released “Zabranjeno plakatirati”, the second Buldožer  album. It was recorded in 1977, and was produced by Vitomir Simurdić and Ištvan Tibai.

Personnel:

  • Marko Brecelj – vocals
  • Boris Bele – vocals, guitar
  • Borut Činč – organ, piano, synthesizer
  • Uroš Lovšin – guitar
  • Vili Bertok – bass
  • Tone Dimnik – drums
  • Ištvan Tibai – recording, mixing

Track listing:

  1. Ne brini mama
  2. Dobro jutro madam Jovanović
  3. Helga
  4. Jeste li vidjeli djevojčice
  5. Doktore pomozite

In 1976, “The Electric Record Company” label released “Visionary”, the fifth Gordon Giltrap album. It was recorded October 1975 – June 1976, at “Sound Associates Studio”, and was produced by Jon Miller, Rod Edwards and Rodger Hand.

Personnel:

  • Gordon Giltrap– acoustic and electric guitars
  • Rod Edwards – keyboards
  • John G. Perry- bass
  • Simon Phillips– drums
  • W. “Butch” Hudson – trumpet
  • Henry Lowther– trumpet
  • Chris Pyne– trombone
  • Chris Mercer – alto and tenor saxophone
  • Jeff Daly – baritone saxophone
  • Tony Carr – percussion
  • Roger Hand – percussion
  • Shirlie Roden – vocals
  • Strings led by Patrick Halling, contract by George Hamer
  • Rod Edwards, Roger Hand, Joel Lazar – arrangers
  • Gareth Edwards – engineer
  • Harry Fisher – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Gordon Giltrap.

  1. Awakening
  2. Robes and Crowns
  3. From the Four Winds
  4. Lucifer’s Cage
  5. Revelation
  6. The Price of Experience
  7. The Dance of Albion
  8. The Tyger
  9. The Echoing Green
  10. London
  11. Night

In 1977, “Movieplay” label released “Hijos Del Agobio”, the second Triana album. It was recorded in 1977, at “Estudios Sonoland” in Coslada, Madrid, and was produced by Gonzalo Garciapelayo.

Personnel:

  • Jesús De La Rosa – vocals, keyboards
  • Eduardo Rodríguez R.– guitar
  • Antonio Pérez – guitar
  • Manolo Rosa – bass
  • Juan José Palacios – percussion, effects
  • Miguel Angel Iglesia – vocal
  • José Antonio Alvarez-Alija,  Coello – engineer
  • Máximo Moreno – photography, artwork, design
  • Moreno – linear notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Jesús De La Rosa, except where noted.

  1. Hijos Del Agobio
  2. Rumor
  3. Sentimiento De Amor
  4. Recuerdos De Triana – Juan José Palacios
  5. Ya Está Bien
  6. Necesito
  7. Troncoso
  8. Del Crepúsculo Lento Nacerá El Rocío – lyrics by Antonio Mata, music by Eduardo Rodríguez R

In 1977, “Charly” label released “Now Is the Happiest Time of Your Life”, the second Daevid Allen studio album. It was recorded in 1977, and was produced by Daevid Allen.

Personnel:

  • Daevid Allen – vocals, guitar
  • Juan Biblioni – guitar
  • Sam Gopal – percussion
  • Pepe Milan – guitar
  • Victor Peraino – keyboards
  • Xaver Riba – violin
  • Marianne Oberasche – harp

Track listing:

All tracks by Daevid Allen.

  1. Flamenco Zero
  2. Why Do We Treat Ourselves Like We Do?
  3. Tally & Orlando Meet the Cockpot Pixie
  4. See You on the Moontower
  5. Poet for Sale
  6. Crocodile Nonsense Poem
  7. Only Make Love If You Want To
  8. I Am
  9. Deya Goddess

In 1977, “Sky” label released “Cluster & Eno”, album by Brian Eno and the band Cluster. It was recorded in June 1977, at “Conny’s Studio” in Cologne, Germany, and was produced by Conny Plank, Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius.

Personnel:

  • Hans-Joachim Roedelius – keyboards, piano, synthesizers, guitar, cover art
  • Dieter Moebius – keyboards, cover art
  • Okko Bekker – guitar
  • Brian Eno – keyboards, synthesizers
  • Holger Czukay– bass
  • Okko Bekker – guitar
  • Asmus Tietchens– synthesizer
  • Conny Plank – engineer, design
  • Krämer – assistant engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Dieter Moebius, Hans – Joachim Roedelius and Brian Eno.

  1. Ho Renomo
  2. Schöne Hände
  3. Steinsame
  4. Wehrmut
  5. Mit Simaen
  6. Selange
  7. Die Bunge
  8. One
  9. Für Luise

In 1978, “ECM” label released the self-titled, debut Pat Metheny Group album. It was recorded in January 1978, at “Talent Studio” in Oslo, Norway, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.

Personnel:

  • Pat Metheny– 6-and 12-string electric and acoustic guitars
  • Lyle Mays– piano, Oberheim synthesizer, autoharp
  • Mark Egan– fretless electric bass
  • Danny Gottlieb– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays,  except where noted.

  1. San Lorenzo
  2. Phase Dance
  3. Jaco – Pat Metheny
  4. Aprilwind – Pat Metheny
  5. April Joy – Pat Metheny
  6. Lone Jack

In 1978, “Pablo” label released “Night Rider”, album by Oscar Peterson and Count Basie. It was recorded on February 21 – 22, 1978, and was produced by Norman Granz.

Personnel:

  • Count Basie- piano, organ
  • Oscar Peterson- piano, electric piano
  • Louie Bellson- drums
  • John Heard- double bass
  • Nat Hentoff- liner notes
  • Val Valentin – engineer
  • Greg Fulginiti- mastering

Track listing:

  1. Night Rider – Oscar Peterson
  2. Memories of You – Eubie Blake, Andy Razaf
  3. 9:20 Special – William Engvick, Earle Warren
  4. Sweet Lorraine – Carter Burwell, Mitchell Parish
  5. It’s a Wonderful World – Harold Adamson, Jan Savitt, Johnny Watson
  6. Blues for Pamela – Count Basie, Peterson

In 1978, “Arista” label released “Final Exam”, the seventh Loudon Wainwright III album. It was recorded in 1978, at “MZH Studios” in New York City, and was produced by John Lissauer.

Personnel:

  • Loudon Wainwright III – vocals, guitar
  • Arlen Roth – slide guitar
  • John Hall- guitar
  • Eric Weissberg- banjo
  • Errol “Crusher” Bennett – percussion
  • Kenny Kosek- violin
  • Richard Crooks – drums, percussion
  • John Crowder – vocals, bass
  • Ron Getman – vocals, steel guitar, guitar
  • John Lissauer- clarinet
  • Hugh McCracken- guitar
  • Glen Mitchell – vocals, keyboards
  • Larry Packer – violin
  • Stephen Tubin – keyboards
  • The Roches- backing vocals
  • Harvey Hoffman – recording, mixing
  • Peter Cunningham – cover photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Loudon Wainwright III.

  1. Final Exam
  2. Guilty
  3. Penpal Blues
  4. Golfin’ Blues
  5. The Heckler
  6. Natural Disaster
  7. Fear with Flying
  8. Heaven and Mud
  9. Two-song Set
  10. Pretty Little Martha
  11. Watch Me Rock, I’m Over Thirty

 

In 1978, “Clode Sound” label released the self-titled, debut The Wonderful Grand Band album. It was recorded in 1978, at “Clode Sound Studio” in Stephenville,  Newfoundland, and was produced by Ron Hynes, Kelly Russell, Sandy Morris, Bryan Hennessey, Bawnie Oulton, Glen Simmons and Rocky Wiseman.

Personnel:

  • Ron Hynes– lead vocals, acoustic guitars, mandolin, banjo, cover design, arrangements
  • Kelly Russell – fiddle, mandolin, dulcimer, cover design, arrangements
  • Sandy Morris – acoustic and electric lead guitars, cover design, arrangements
  • Bryan Hennessey – electric bass, harmonica, cover design, arrangements
  • Bawnie Oulton – vocal harmony, cover design, arrangements
  • Glenn Simmons– acoustic & electric guitars, vocal harmony, cover design, arrangements
  • Rocky Wiseman – drums, cover design, arrangements
  • Neil Bishop – engineer
  • Claude Caines – engineer, punchmaster general
  • Manny Bucheit – photography

Track listing:

  1. The Budgell’s Jigs – traditional
  2. Sonny’s Dream – Ron Hynes
  3. Just Like a Movie Scene – Ron Hynes
  4. a) The Washroom Reel b)Joe Smallwood’s Reel c) The Humours Of Lissadel – Emile Benoit
  5. One Last Lover – Ron Hynes
  6. Maid In France a) Rufus’ Tune b) St. Laurent c) The Maid I Ne’er Forgot
  7. Take a Chance On Love – Ron Hynes
  8. For You And Me – Ron Hynes
  9. a) Piccadilly Sand b) Emile’s Dream c) The Long Point Reel – traditional, Emile Benoit
  10. Home On The Island – Ron Hynes
  11. Don’t Wake Me Up Too Early – Ron Hynes
  12. The Jig Is Up – traditional

In 1978, “New World” label released “Cecil Taylor Unit”, the 25th Cecil Taylor album. It was recorded April 3 -6 , 1978, and was produced by Cecil Taylor.

Personnel:

  • Cecil Taylor: piano
  • Jimmy Lyons: alto saxophone
  • Raphe Malik: trumpet
  • Ramsey Ameen: violin
  • Sirone: bass
  • Ronald Shannon Jackson: drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Cecil Taylor.

  1. Idut
  2. Serdab
  3. Holiday En Masque

In 1979, “Columbia” label released “Lenox Avenue Breakdown”, the fifth Arthur Blythe album. It was recorded in 1978, at “Mediasound Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Bob Thiele.

Personnel:

  • Arthur Blythe– alto saxophone, mixing
  • James Newton– flute
  • Bob Stewart– tuba
  • James “Blood” Ulmer– guitar
  • Cecil McBee– bass
  • Jack DeJohnette– drums
  • Guillermo Franco– percussion
  • Bob Thiele– mixing
  • Doug Epstein– engineer, mixing
  • Carl Beattyand Lincoln Clapp – assistant engineers
  • Vladimir Meller– mastering
  • Gene Greif– design
  • Mark Hess– illustration
  • Jim Houghton– photography
  • Stanley Crouch– liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Arthur Blythe.

  1. Down San Diego Way
  2. Lenox Avenue Breakdown
  3. Slidin’ Through
  4. Odessa

In 1979, “PGP RTB” label released “Ruċni rad”, the third Leb i Sol album. It was recorded in 1978, at “Studio 5 PGP RTB”, in Belgrade, Serbia.

Personnel:

  • Vlatko Stefanovski – vocal, acoustic and electric guitars
  • Garabet Tavitijan – drums
  • Bodan Arsovski – bass, double bass
  • Kokan Dimuševski – keyboards, synthesizers, mellotron
  • Milivoj Marković – alto and tenor saxophones

Track listing:

  1. Lenja pesma – lyrics by Goran Stefanovski, music by Vlatko Stefanovski
  2. Rebus – Kokan Dimuševski
  3. Hogar – Garabet Tavitijan
  4. Ručni rad – Bodan Arsovski
  5. Kumova slama – Vlatko Stefanovski
  6. Put u vedro – Garabet Tavitijan
  7. Verni pas (Posvećeno Mojoj Mačkici) – Kokan Dimuševski

In 1979, “Harvest” label released the self-titled, debut Aviator album. It was recorded 1978 – 1979, and was produced by Robin Lumley, Jack Lancaster, Mick Roger, John G. Perry and Clive Bunker.

Personnel:

  • Jack Lancaster- synthesizer, saxophone, lyricon
  • Mick Roger- guitar, vocals
  • John G. Perry– bass
  • Clive Bunker- drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Jack Lancaster, Mick Roger, John G. Perry and Clive Bunker.

  1. Your Loving is My Home
  2. Keep Your Heart Right
  3. Evil Eye
  4. Time Traveller
  5. Silver Needles
  6. Cleveland Ohio
  7. Country Morning
  8. Greed
  9. Morning Journey

In 1979, “PGP RTB” label released “Stranice našeg vremena” (The Pages of Our Time), the third Smak studio album. It was recorded September – October 1978, at “Chipping Norton Recording Studios” in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England and was produced by Barry Hammond.

Personnel:

  • Radomir Mihajlović “Točak”- guitar
  • Boris Aranđelović- vocals
  • Tibor Levay- keyboards
  • Zoran Milanović- bass
  • Slobodan Stojanović “Kepa”- drums
  • David Moss- congas, timbales, maracas, castanets, gong, cab
  • Barry Hammond – recording engineer
  • Ljubomir Vučković – executive producer
  • Danko Polić – design
  • Predrag Mihajlović – photography

Track listing:

All music by Radomir Mihajlović “Točak”.

  1. Tendži – Tandži – lyrics by Radomir Mihajlović “Točak”
  2. Povedi me s njim – lyrics by Radomir Mihajlović “Točak”
  3. Maht – tema – lyrics by Tibor Levay
  4. The Pages Of our Time – lyrics by Jan Sands
  5. Nebo je samo drum bez dna – lyrics by Zoran Petrović
  6. Ulazak u harem
  7. Ponoćni lovac (Biska 18) – lyrics by Zoran Petrović

In 1979, “ZE” label released “Buy”, the debut James Chance and the Contortions studio album. It was recorded in 1978,and was produced by James Chance.

Personnel:

  • James Chance– vocals, alto saxophone, keyboards
  • David Hofstra – bass
  • Don Christensen – drums
  • Jody Harris– guitar
  • Pat Place– slide guitar
  • George Scott III– bass
  • Adele Bertei– organ (acetone)

Track listing:

All tracks by James Chance.

  1. Design to Kill
  2. My Infatuation
  3. I Don’t Want to Be Happy
  4. Anesthetic
  5. Contort Yourself
  6. Throw Me Away
  7. Roving Eye
  8. Twice Removed
  9. Bedroom Athlete

In 1979, “PGP RTB” label released the self-titled, debut Igra Staklenih Perli album. It was recorded in 1979, at “Studio V PGP RTB”.

Personnel:

  • Zoran Lakić – vocal, keyboards
  • Vojkan Rakić – guitar
  • Predrag Vuković – drums, percussion
  • Draško Nikodijević – vocals, bass
  • Dragan Šoć – drums
  • Slobodan Trbojević – bass
  • Tahir Durkalić – engineer
  • Predrag S. Vuković – design

Track listing:

  1. Gušterov Trg
  2. Solarni Modus
  3. Putovanje U Plavo
  4. Pečurka
  5. Majestetski Kraj

In 1980, “ECM” label released “80/81”, the sixth Pat Metheny album. It was recorded 26 – 29 May, 1980, at “Talent Studios” in Oslo, Norway, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.

Personnel:

  • Pat Metheny– acoustic and electric guitars
  • Michael Brecker– tenor saxophone
  • Dewey Redman– tenor saxophone
  • Charlie Haden– double bass
  • Jack DeJohnette– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Pat Metheny, except where noted.

  1. Two Folk Songs: 1st
  2. Two Folk Songs: 2nd – Charlie Haden
  3. 80/81
  4. The Bat
  5. Turnaround – Ornette Coleman
  6. Open – Pat Metheny/Jack DeJohnette/Dewey Redman/Haden/Michael Brecker, final theme by Pat Metheny
  7. Pretty Scattered
  8. Every Day (I Thank You)
  9. Goin’ Ahead

In 1980, “RTV Ljubljana” label released the self-titled, debut Den za Den album. It was recorded in 1980, at “Akademik” studio in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and was produced by Ivo Umek, Arian Dema, Vladimir Jankulovski, Dimitar Čočorovski and Dragiša Soldatović.

Personnel:

  • Arian Dema – acoustic and electric guitar, percussion
  • Vladimir Jankulovski – bass
  • Dimitar Čočorovski – drums, percussion
  • Dragiša Soldatović – electric piano, piano, synthesizer
  • Miro Bevc – recording engineer
  • Slobodan Živković – photography, design

Track listing

  1. Svadba – Dragiša Soldatović
  2. Galeb – Dragiša Soldatović
  3. Ciganka – Arian Dema
  4. Žeđ – Vladimir Jankovski
  5. Fatamorgana – Arian Dema
  6. Čočor Ritam – Dimitar Čočorovski
  7. A Bila Je Tako Draga – Arian Dema
  8. Letnja Ljubav – Dragiša Soldatović
  9. Vodopad – Dragiša Soldatović
  10. Jutro I Noć – Dragiša Soldatović
  11. Tako Treba – Dragiša Soldatović

In 1980, “Black Saint” label released “Ming”, the 18th David Murray album. It was recorded July 25 – 28, 1980, at “Right Track Studios” in New York City.

Personnel:

  • David Murray– tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
  • Henry Threadgill– alto saxophone
  • Olu Dara– trumpet
  • Lawrence “Butch” Morris– cornet
  • George Lewis– trombone
  • Anthony Davis– piano
  • Wilber Morris– bass
  • Steve McCall– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by David Murray

  1. The Fast Life
  2. The Hill
  3. Ming
  4. Jasvan
  5. Dewey’s Circle

In 1981, “Ralph” label released “Claro Que Si”, the second Yello album. It was recorded 1981 at “Yello Studio” in Zurich and “Powerplay Studio” in Maur, Switzerland, and was produced by Boris Blank and Ursli Weber.

Personnel:

  • Boris Blank– electronics, backing vocals
  • Dieter Meier– vocals
  • Carlos Perón– tapes
  • Beat Ash – drums
  • Chico Hablas – guitars
  • Zine el Abedine – vocals
  • Jim Cherry – illustrations, cover design

Track listing:

All music by Boris Blank, all lyrics by Dieter Meier.

  1. Daily Disco
  2. No More Roger
  3. Take It All
  4. The Evening’s Young
  5. She’s Got a Gun
  6. Ballet Mecanique
  7. Ouad el Habib
  8. The Lorry
  9. Homer Hossa
  10. Pinball Cha Cha

In 1981, “Jugoton” label released the self-titled, debut Haustor album. It was recorded April – May 1981, at “R4 RTZ” in Zagreb, Croatia, and was produced by Husein Hasanefendić.

Personnel:

  • Darko Rundek – lead vocals, solo guitar
  • Srđan Sacher – bass, backing vocals
  • Zoran Vuletić – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Ozren Štiglić – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Srđan Gulić – drums
  • Boris Leiner – drums
  • Husein Hasanefendić – guitar
  • Damir Prica – saxophone
  • Jura Novoselić – saxophone
  • Nikola Santro – trombone
  • Denis Konir – trumpet
  • Đurđa Otržan – backing vocals
  • Hrvoje Hegedušić – engineer
  • Mile Klarica – design
  • Josip Klarica – photograph

Track listing:

  1. Radio – lyrics by Darko Rundek, music by Srđan Sacher
  2. Mijenjam se – Srđan Sacher
  3. Tko je to – lyrics by Darko Rundek, music by Srđan Sacher
  4. ’60 – ’65 – brass arrangement Jura Novoselić
  5. Moja prva ljubav – Srđan Sacher
  6. Noć u gradu – Srđan Sacher
  7. Crni žbir – Darko Rundek
  8. Duhovi – Lyrics By – lyrics by Gordana Labus, music by – Ozren Štiglić, Srđan Sacher
  9. Lice – music by Damir Prica, lyrics by Darko Rundek

In 1981, “Philips” label released the self-titled, debut, Heróis Do Mar album. It was recorded in 1981, and was produced by António Avelar De Pinho.

Personnel:

  • ‎Rui Pregal da Cunha – vocals, mandolin
  • Paulo Pedro Gonçalves – guitar
  • Carlos Maria Trindade – keyboards
  • Pedro Ayres Magalhães – bass guitar
  • Tozé Almeida – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Pedro Ayres Magalhães, except where noted.

  1. Brava Dança Dos Heróis – Pedro Ayres Magalhães, Carlos Maria Trindade
  2. Amantes Furiosos – Paulo Borges, Pedro Ayres Magalhães
  3. Magia Papoila
  4. Salmo
  5. Bailai
  6. Olhar No Oriente – Carlos Maria Trindade
  7. Mar Alto
  8. Saudade

In 1981, “Jugoton” label released the self-titled, debut Električni orgazam (Electric Orgasm) album. It was recorded in 1981, at “Radio Zagreb Studio” in Zagreb, Croatia, and was produced by Ivan “Piko” Stančić.

Personnel:

  • Srđan Gojković – Gile– vocals, guitar
  • Ljubomir Đukić – vocals, organ, piano
  • Marina Vulić – bass guitar
  • Mango (Branko Kuštrin) – drums
  • Ljubomir Jovanović – guitar
  • Mladen Škalec – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Srđan Gojković except where noted.

  1. Električni orgazam
  2. Konobar – Ljubomir Đukić
  3. Krokodili dolaze
  4. Voda u moru
  5. Infekcija
  6. Vi – music by Srđan Gojković, lyrics by Vukičević
  7. Fleke
  8. I’ve Got a Feeling – John Lennon, Paul McCartney, arranged by Srđan Gojković
  9. Pojmove ne vezujem
  10. Umetnost
  11. Nebo – music by Ljubomir Jovanović, lyrics by Đorđe Otašević

In 1981, “EMI EMC” label released “Land of Cockayne”, the tenth Soft Machine studio album. It was recorded June – July 1980, and was produced by Mike Thorne.

Personnel:

  • Karl Jenkins– synclavier, C.S. 80, Mini Moog, piano, orchestration
  • John Marshall– drums, percussion
  • Allan Holdsworth– lead guitar
  • Alan Parker– rhythm guitar
  • John Taylor– electric piano
  • Jack Bruce– bass
  • Ray Warleigh– alto saxophone, bass flute
  • Dick Morrissey– tenor saxophone
  • Stu Calver– vocals, backing vocals
  • John G. Perry– vocals, backing vocals
  • Tony Rivers– vocals, backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Karl Jenkins.

  1. Over ‘n’ Above
  2. Lotus Groves
  3. Isle of the Blessed
  4. Panoramania
  5. Behind the Crystal Curtain
  6. Palace of Glass
  7. Hot-Biscuit Slim
  8. (Black) Velvet Mountain
  9. Sly Monkey
  10. A Lot of What You Fancy…

In 1982, “Albion Records” label released “Groovy Decay”, the second Robyn Hitchcock album. It was recorded in 1982, at “Advision Studios” in London, and was produced by Steve Hillage.

Personnel:

  • Robyn Hitchcock– vocals, guitars
  • Sara Lee– bass
  • Matthew Seligman– bass
  • Anthony Thistlethwaite– saxophone
  • Rod Johnson – drums
  • Chris Cox – trumpet
  • Gavin Cochrane – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Robyn Hitchcock, except where noted.

  1. Night Ride to Trinidad
  2. Fifty Two Stations
  3. Young People Scream
  4. The Rain
  5. America
  6. The Cars She Used to Drive
  7. Grooving on an Inner Plane
  8. Petersburg
  9. When I Was a Kid
  10. Midnight Fish – Robyn Hitchcock, Discovert

In 1983, “Jugoton” label released “Kad fazani lete”, the fourth Azra studio album. It was recorded January 15 – 25, 1983, at “Cream  Studio” in Frankfurt, Germany, and was produced by Branimir Štulić.

Personnel:

  • Branimir Štulić– vocals, guitars, bass
  • Srećko Antonioli – drums
  • Peter Siedlaczek – recording engineer
  • Siniša Škarica – executive producer
  • Ivan Ivezić – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Branimir Štulić

  1. Anđeli
  2. Kao i jučer
  3. My Dear
  4. Idi za svojom sudbinom
  5. Kad fazani lete
  6. Niska bisera
  7. Nebo iznad Trnskog
  8. Nemir i strast
  9. Plavi golub

In 1983, “Sire” label released “Jonathan Sings!” ,the fourth Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers album, and the fourth Jonathan Richman album overall. It was recorded in 1983, and was produced by Peter Bernstein.

Personnel:

  • Jonathan Richman– vocals, guitar
  • Ellie Marshalland Beth Harrington – backing vocals
  • Ken Forfia– keyboards
  • Curly Keranen– bass
  • Michael Guardabascio– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Jonathan Richman:

  1. That Summer Feeling
  2. This Kind of Music
  3. The Neighbors
  4. Somebody to Hold Me
  5. Those Conga Drums
  6. Stop This Car
  7. Not Yet Three
  8. Give Paris One More Chance
  9. You’re The One For Me
  10. When I’m Walking
  11. The Tag Game

In 1983, “Jugoton” label released “Kalabalak”, the sixth Leb i Sol studio album. It was recorded February – March, 1983, at “M2 Studio” in Skopje, Macedonia, and was produced by Vlatko Stefanovski, Dragoljub Đuričić and Bodan Arsovski.

Personnel:

  • Vlatko Stefanovski – vocal, guitar, percussion
  • Dragoljub Đuričić – drums, percussion
  • Bodan Arsovski – bass, percussion, backing vocals
  • Slobodan Bobi Micev – Hammond organ, glockenspiel, backing vocals
  • Petar Kargov – saxophone
  • Ana Kostovska – backing vocals
  • Braco Zafirovski, Milka Gerasimova – engineer
  • Ilić – design
  • Serafimov – photography

Track listing:

  1. Pubertet vlada gradom – Bodan Arsovski
  2. Kalabalak – lyrics by Goran Stefanovski, music by Vlatko Stefanovski
  3. Bistra voda – Vlatko Stefanovski, Bodan Arsovski
  4. L.A. Krdija – Vlatko Stefanovski
  5. Billion Air – Conditions – Vlatko Stefanovski
  6. Malo sutra – lyrics by Goran Stefanovski, music by Vlatko Stefanovski
  7. Bez reči – Bodan Arsovski
  8. Zelena fotelja mog doma – Vlatko Stefanovski

In 1983, “Leo Records” label released “Exercises”, album by Vladimir Chekasin. It was recorded on November 16, 1982, in Leningrad, and on July 9, 1982, in Odessa (recorded live), and was produced Kim McCroddan.

Personnel:

  • Vladimir Chekasin – voice, reeds, clarinet, alto saxophone, double saxophones, percussion, cymbal, guitar
  • Boris Grebenshchikov – voice, guitar, percussion
  • Sergey Kuryokhin – voice, drums, percussion, flute, piano
  • Chris Gray – artwork, design
  • Zabrin – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Vladimir Chekasin.

  1. Exercise I
  2. Exercise II
  3. Exercise III

In 1984, “Hardup” label released “Born in Captivity”, the twelfth Roy Harper studio album. It was recorded in 1984, and was produced by Roy Harper.

Personnel:

  • Roy Harper- vocals, guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by Roy Harper

  1. Stan
  2. Drawn to the Flames – demo version
  3. Come To Bed Eyes
  4. No Woman Is Safe
  5. I Am A Child – demo version
  6. Elizabeth
  7. Work of Heart – demo version
  8. No One Ever Gets Out Alive
  9. Two Lovers in the Moon
  10. We Are the People
  11. All Us Children (So Sadly Far Apart)
  12. We Are the People (reprise)
  13. No One Ever Gets Out Alive (finale)

In 1984, “ZKP RTLJ” label released “Katarina II”, the debut Ekatarina Velika album. It was recorded in December 1983, at “Akvarius” studio in Belgrade, Serbia, and was produced by Đorđe Petrović.

Personnel:

  • Milan Mladenović- vocals, guitar
  • Dragomir “Gagi” Mihajlović- guitar
  • Margita Stefanović– vocals, piano, keyboards
  • Bojan Pečar- bass
  • Ivan “VD” Vdović- drums
  • Mario Čelik – congas
  • Jurij Novoselić- saxophone

Track listing:

All tracks by Milan Mladenović, except where noted.

  1. Aut (Out)
  2. Vrt (The Garden) – Dragomir Mihajlović
  3. Platforme (Platforms) – Dragomir Mihajlović
  4. Radostan dan (Joyful Day)
  5. Geto (Ghetto)
  6. Treba da se čisti (Should Be Cleaned) – Milan Mladenović, Dragomir Mihajlović
  7. Ja Znam (I Know)
  8. Kad krenem ka… (When I Move Towards…) – Milan Mladenović, Margita Stefanović, Bojan Pečar
  9. Treba da se čisti II (Should Be Cleaned II) – Milan Mladenović, Dragomir Mihajlović
  10. Jesen (Autumn)

 

In December 1985, “Mercury” label released “A Sense of Wonder”, the fifteenth Van Morrison studio album. It was recorded in 1983, and was produced by Van Morrison.

Personnel:

  • Van Morrison – vocals, guitar, piano, director
  • John Allair – Hammond organ
  • Bob Doll – trumpettor
  • Tom Donlinger – drums
  • Pee Wee Ellis– tenor saxophone, horn arrangements
  • David Hayes– bass guitar
  • Pauline Lazano – backing vocals
  • Chris Michie– guitar
  • Bianca Thornton– backing vocals
  • Moving Hearts– group, performer
  • Jim Stern, Mick Glossop – mixing
  • John Walter – project coordinator
  • Andrew Plewett – sleeve design, art direction:
  • Torchlight, London – cover art
  • Paul Cox – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Van Morrison, except where noted.

  1. Tore Down a la Rimbaud
  2. Ancient of Days
  3. Evening Meditation
  4. The Master’s Eyes
  5. What Would I Do – Ray Charles
  6. A Sense of Wonder
  7. Boffyflow and Spike
  8. If You Only Knew – Mose Allison
  9. Let the Slave (Incorporating the Price of Experience) – William Blake, Adrian Mitchell, Kate Westbrook
  10. A New Kind of Man

In 1985, “Sin” label released “Fear and Whiskey”, the fourth Mekons studio album. It was recorded in 1985, and was produced by Lu Edmonds, Steve Goulding, Tom Greenhalgh, Jon Langford and Suzie Honeyman.

Personnel:

  • Tom Greenhalgh – vocals, guitar, piano
  • Jon Langford – vocals, guitar, harp
  • Lu Edmonds – bass
  • Steve Goulding – drums
  • Suzie Honeyman – fiddle
  • Ken Lite – vocals, guitar, bass
  • Dick Taylor – guitar
  • Jacqui Callis – vocals
  • Robert Sigmund Worby – drums
  • John Ingledew – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Lu Edmonds, Steve Goulding, Tom Greenhalgh, Jon Langford and Suzie Honeyman, except where noted.

  1. Chivalry
  2. Trouble Down South
  3. Hard to Be Human Again
  4. Darkness and Doubt
  5. Psycho Cupid (Danceband on the Edge of Time)
  6. Flitcraft
  7. Country
  8. Abernant 1984/5
  9. Last Dance
  10. Lost Highway

In 1986, “Recommended Records” label released “Letters Home”, the second News from Babel album. It was recorded in 1985 – 1986, at “Cold Storage Recording Studios” in Brixton, London, and was produced by Lindsay Cooper, Chris Cutler an Zeena Parkins.

Personnel:

  • Lindsay Cooper– bassoon, sopranino and alto saxophone, piano, keyboards
  • Chris Cutler– drums, electrics, percussion
  • Zeena Parkins– harp, prepared and electric harps, accordion, e-bow guitar
  • Bill Gilonis– bass guitar, guitar
  • Robert Wyatt– singing
  • Dagmar Krause– singing
  • Sally Potter– singing
  • Phil Minton– singing

Track listing:

All tracks by Chris Cutler and Lindsay Cooper.

  1. Who Will Accuse
  2. Heart of Stone (Megalopolis)
  3. Banknote
  4. Moss
  5. Dragon at the Core
  6. Dark Matter
  7. Waited/Justice
  8. Fast Food
  9. Late Evening

In 1986, “4AD” label released the self-titled, debut Throwing Muses album. It was recorded in 1986, and was produced by Gil Norton.

Personnel:

  • Kristin Hersh– vocals, guitars, synthesizer
  • Tanya Donelly– vocals, guitars, percussion
  • Leslie Langston – bass
  • David Narcizo– drums, percussion
  • Dave Knowles – keyboards
  • Ronald Stone – additional guitar
  • Richard Donelly – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Kristin Hersh, except where noted.

  1. Call Me
  2. Green – Tanya Donelly
  3. Hate My Way
  4. Vicky’s Box
  5. Rabbits Dying
  6. America (She Can’t Say No)
  7. Fear
  8. Stand Up
  9. Soul Soldier
  10. Delicate Cutters

In 1986, “Slash” label released “The Blind Leading the Naked”, the third Violent Femmes album. It was recorded July – September 1985, and was produced by Jerry Harrison.

Personnel:

  • Gordon Gano– lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Brian Ritchie– bass, lead and rhythm guitar, vocals, jaw harp, slide whistle
  • Victor DeLorenzo– vocals, drums, percussion, tortoise
  • Jerry Harrison– keyboards, guitar, melodica
  • Fred Frith– homemade instruments, guitar
  • Leo Kottke– acoustic 10-string guitar
  • Sigmund Snopek III– keyboards
  • Peter Balestrieri – alto saxophone
  • Steve Mackay– saxophone
  • Steve Scales – percussion
  • Abdulhamid Alwan – tabla, daf
  • Junior Brantley – keyboards
  • Jim Liban – harmonica
  • Bill Schaefgen – trombone
  • Drake Scott – vocalizing

Track listing:

All tracks by Gordon Gano, except where noted.

  1. Old Mother Reagan
  2. No Killing
  3. Faith
  4. Breakin’ Hearts
  5. Special
  6. Love & Me Make Three
  7. Candlelight Song
  8. I Held Her in My Arms
  9. Children of the Revolution
  10. Good Friend
  11. Heartache
  12. Cold Canyon
  13. Two People

In 1986, “ZKP RTLJ” label released “S vetrom uz lice”, (With the Wind on the Face), the third Ekatarina Velika studio album. It was recorded February 1986, at “SIM studio” in Zagreb, Croatia, and was produced by Dragan Čačinović.

Personnel:

  • Milan Mladenović– vocals, guitar
  • Margita Stefanović– piano, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Bojan Pečar– bass
  • Ivan “Raka” Ranković– drums

Track listing:

All music by Milan Mladenović , Margita Stefanović, Bojan Pečar and Ivan “Raka” Ranković, all lyrics by Milan Mladenović except where noted.

  1. Budi sam na ulici
  2. Ti si sav moj bol
  3. Kao da je bilo nekad
  4. Umorna pesma
  5. Novac u rukama
  6. Sarajevo
  7. Stvaran svet oko mene
  8. Soba
  9. Grad – lyrics by Milan Mladenović, Margita Stefanović, Bojan Pečar

In 1987, “Polydor” label released “Babble”, the second That Petrol Emotion album. It was recorded in 1987, at “Jam Studios” in Kells, Meath, Ireland, and “Livingston Studios” in London, and was produced by Roli Mosimann.

Personnel:

  • Steve Mack – vocals
  • John O’Neill– guitar
  • Raymond O’Gorman – guitar
  • Damian O’Neill- bass guitar
  • Ciaran McLaughlin – drums

Track listing:

  1. Swamp – John O’Neill
  2. Spin Cycle – Steve Mack
  3. Foe What It’s Worth – Damian O`Neill, Réamann Ó’Gorman
  4. Big Decision – John O’Neill
  5. Static – Damian O`Neill
  6. Split! – Ciaran McLaughlin
  7. Belly Bugs – Steve Mack, John O’Neill, Raymond O’Gorman, Damian O’Neill, Ciaran McLaughlin
  8. In The Playpen – Ciaran McLaughlin
  9. Inside – John O’Neill, Raymond O’Gorman
  10. Chester Burnette – O`Neill
  11. Creeping To The Cross – Ciaran McLaughlin

In 1987, “Barclay” label released “Où veux-tu qu’je r’garde”, the debut Noir Désir album. It was recorded in 1987, at “ICP Recording Studios” in Brussels, Belgium, and was produced by Theo Hakola.

Personnel:

  • Bertrand Cantat – vocal
  • Serge Teyssot-Gay – guitar
  • Denis Barthe – drums
  • Frédéric Vidalenc – bass

Track listing:

All lyrics by Bertrand Cantat, all music by Bertrand Cantat, Serge Teyssot-Gay, Denis Barthe and Frédéric Vidalenc.

  1. Où veux-tu qu’je r’garde
  2. Toujours être ailleurs
  3. La Rage
  4. Pyromane
  5. Danse sur le feu Maria
  6. Lola

In 1987, “PGP RTB” label released “Ljubav” (Love), the fourth  Ekatarina Velika studio album. It was recorded August – September 1987, at “PGP RTB Studios” in Belgrade, Serbia, and “SIM Studio” in Zagreb, Croatia, and was produced by Theodore Yanni.

Personnel:

  • Milan Mladenović- vocals, guitar
  • Margita Stefanović- piano, keyboards, backing vocals, art work
  • Bojan Pečar- bass
  • Žika Todorović- drums
  • Theodore Yanni- guitar
  • Vuk Veličković – art work, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Milan Mladenović, Margita Stefanović, Bojan Pečar and Žika Todorović.

  1. Zemlja
  2. Pored mene
  3. Ljubav
  4. 7 dana
  5. Voda
  6. Prvi i posljednji dan
  7. Ljudi iz gradova
  8. Zid
  9. Tonemo

In 1988, “Aurora Records” label released “Today” is the debut Galaxie 500 studio album. It was recorded in 1988, at “Noise” in New York City, and was produced by Mark Kramer.

Personnel:

  • Dean Wareham– vocals, guitar
  • Damon Krukowski– drums
  • Naomi Yang– bass guitar
  • Mark Kramer– engineering
  • Marc Alghini – executive production
  • Eugene Atget– photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Dean Wareham, Damon Krukowski and Naomi Yang, except where noted.

  1. Flowers
  2. Pictures
  3. Parking Lot
  4. Don’t Let Our Youth Go to Waste – Jonathan Richman
  5. Temperature’s Rising
  6. Oblivious
  7. It’s Getting Late
  8. Instrumental
  9. Tugboat

In 1988, “Mercury” label released “Irish Heartbeat”, album by Van Morrison and  The Chieftains. It was recorded September 1987 – January 1988, at “Windmill Lane Studios” in Dublin, and was produced by Van Morrison and Paddy Moloney.

Personnel:

  • Van Morrison– lead vocals, guitar, drums, arranger
  • Paddy Moloney– Uilleann pipes, tin whistle, arranger
  • Martin Fay– fiddle, bones
  • Derek Bell– harp, keyboards, tiompán
  • Kevin Conneff– co –lead vocals, bodhran
  • Matt Molloy– flute
  • Seán Keane– fiddle
  • Ciarán Ó Braonáin– bass
  • Mary Black, Maura O’Connell, June Boyce – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks are traditional, except where noted.

  1. Star of the County Down
  2. Irish Heartbeat – Van Morrison
  3. Tá Mo Chleamhnas Déanta (My Match It Is Made)
  4. Raglan Road – lyrics by Patrick Kavanagh
  5. She Moved Through the Fair
  6. I’ll Tell Me Ma
  7. Carrickfergus
  8. Celtic Ray – Van Morrison
  9. My Lagan Love
  10. Marie’s Wedding

In 1989, “Jennifer Hartman” label released “Tweez”, the debut Slint studio album. It was recorded in 1989, at “Studiomedia” in Evanston, Illinois, and was produced by Steve Albini.

Personnel:

  • David Pajo– guitar
  • Brian McMahan– vocals, guitar
  • Britt Walford– vocals, drums
  • Ethan Buckler– bass guitar
  • Edgar Blossom – vocals
  • Steve Albini(credited as Some Fuckin Derd Niffer) – engineering
  • Joe Oldham – cover photography
  • Lisa Owen – cover design

Track listing:

  1. Ron
  2. Nan Ding
  3. Carol
  4. Kent
  5. Charlotte
  6. Darlene
  7. Warren
  8. Pat
  9. Rhoda

In 1990, “Permanent Records” label released “The Apprentice”, the 15th John Martyn album. It was recorded in 1990, at “CaVa Studios” in Glasgow, Scotland, and was produced by Brian Young and John Martyn.

Personnel:

  • John Martyn – vocals, guitars
  • Foster Patterson – keyboards
  • Aran Ahmun – drums
  • Colin Tully – saxophone
  • Andy Shepherd – saxophone
  • Danny Cummings- percussion, backing vocals
  • Danusia – backing vocals
  • Taj Wyzgowski – rhythm guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by John Martyn except where noted.

  1. Live On Love
  2. The River
  3. Look At The Girl
  4. Income Town
  5. Send Me One Line
  6. Deny this Love
  7. Hold Me
  8. Upo
  9. The Apprentice
  10. Patterns In The Rain – Foster Patterson

In 1990, “Blind Dog Records” label released “Ikona”, the debut Lola V. Stain album. It was prepared May – July 1989, in Skopje, Macedonia, recorded in January 1990, at “Art Studio” in Zagreb,Croatia, and was produced by Željko Jerbić and Zlatko Oriđanski, Miroslav Spasov and Pavel Rendžov.

Personnel:

  • Zlatko Oriđanski – vocals, bass, acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, tambourine
  • Pece Atanasovski – bagpipes
  • Miroslav Spasov – vocals, keyboards
  • Pavel Rendžov – vocals, percussion
  • Luiđi Gados – oboe
  • Viktor Libl – design
  • Vlado Georgiev – Čika – photography

Track listing:

  1. Makova polja
  2. Rani jadi

In 1990, “Demi-Monde Records” label released “The Owl and the Tree”, the seventh Mother Gong studio album. It was recorded 1988 – 1989, and was produced by Robin Ayling and Harry Williamson.

Personnel:

  • Daevid Allen– vocal, acoustic guitars, glissando
  • Gilli Smyth– speaking voice, spacewhisper, stillness
  • Harry Williamson– vocals, synthesizers, keyboards
  • Robert Calvert– breathing into microphones, saxophones
  • Rob George – drums, percussions
  • Conrad Henderson – bass guitar
  • Tim Ayers – bass guitar
  • Wandana Arrowheart – voices, harmonium
  • Georgia O’hara – vocals
  • Robin Ayling – executive producer
  • Paul Younghusband – layout design

Track listing:

  1. I Am a Tree
  2. Lament
  3. Hands
  4. Ally
  5. La Dea Madrí
  6. Owly Song
  7. I Am My Own Lover
  8. Love Poem
  9. Coda Wave

In 1991, “Virgin” label released “Mr. Lucky”, album by John Lee Hooker. It was recorded in 1991, at “Ocean Way Recording Studios” in Hollywood, “Plant Recording Studios” in Sausalito, “Russian Hill Recording” in San Francisco, and was produced by Ry Cooder, Mike Kappus, Roy Rogers and Carlos Santana.

Personnel:

  • John Lee Hooker– vocals, guitar
  • Van Morrison– vocals, guitar
  • Keith Richards– guitar
  • Carlos Santana– guitar
  • Johnny Winter – guitar
  • Kenny Baker– saxophone
  • Gaylord Birch– drums
  • Bowen Brown – drums
  • Albert Collins– guitar
  • Tom Compton – drums
  • Ry Cooder– guitar
  • Richard Cousins – bass
  • Robert Cray– guitar, vocals
  • Maurice Cridlin – bass
  • Steve Ehrmann – bass
  • Terry Evans– vocals
  • Jeff Ganz – bass
  • William “Bill” Greene – vocals
  • Jim Guyett – bass
  • John P. Hammond– harmonica, slide guitar
  • Kevin Hayes – drums
  • Johnnie Johnson– piano
  • Booker T. Jones– organ
  • Deacon Jones – organ
  • Tim Kaihatsu – guitar
  • Jim Keltner– drums
  • Bobby King– vocals
  • Nick Lowe– bass
  • Scott Mathews– drums
  • Michael Osborn – guitar
  • Karl Perazzo – timbales
  • Jimmy Pugh – organ
  • Raul Rekow – congas
  • Benny Rietveld – bass
  • Larry Taylor– bass
  • Chester Thompson – keyboards
  • Arne Frager – engineer, mixing
  • Allen Sides – engineer
  • Mike Kappus– executive producer, concept, talent coordinator
  • Samuel Lehmer – engineer, mixing
  • Steve Samiof – art direction
  • Carol Bobolts – design

Track listing:

All tracks by John Lee Hooker, except where noted.

  1. I Want to Hug You – John lee Hooker, Al Smith
  2. Lucky – John Lee Hooker, Al Smith
  3. Back Stabbers – John Lee Hooker, Al Smith
  4. This Is Hip
  5. I Cover the Waterfront
  6. Highway 13
  7. Stripped Me Naked – John Lee Hooker, Benny Rietveld, Carlos Santana, Chester Thompson
  8. Susie
  9. Crawlin’ King Snake – Tony Hollins, Bernard Besman, John Lee Hooker
  10. Father Was a Jockey

In 1992, “MRT Muzička i kasetna produkcija” label released “Na rabot na razumot”, the debut Sanatorium album. It was recorded April – November, 1992, at “M-2 Studio” in Skopje, Macedonia, and was produced by Braco Zafirovski and Miki Jovanovski Ɖafer. The album was released on cassette only.

Personnel:

  • Pero Stefanovski – Špirt – vocals, guitar, design
  • Goran Stanković – Crni – bass, design
  • Konstantin Kačev – Rus – guitar, design
  • Goran Atanasov – Glupson – drums, design
  • Braco Zafirovski – engineer
  • Bojan Ugrinovski – assistant engineer
  • Jane Kodžabašija – editing

Track listing:

All tracks by Pero Stefanovski, Goran Stanković, Konstantin Kačev and Goran Atanasov.

  1. Senka na smrtta
  2. Bez razum i svest
  3. Ultra spid
  4. Operacija na mozokot
  5. Udoben kovčeg
  6. Epidemija na omraza
  7. Despot na adot
  8. Grad
  9. Sanatorium
  10. Muirotanas

In 1993, “Big Life” label released “Hey Zeus!”, the seventh X album. It was recorded  in 1992, and was produced by Tony Berg.

Personnel:

  • Exene Cervenka- vocals
  • John Doe- vocals, bass
  • Tony Gilkyson– vocals, guitar
  • J. Bonebrake- percussion, drums, marimba
  • Tchad Blake- engineer, mixing
  • Casey McMackin – engineer
  • Brian Schuebie – egineer
  • Dale Lavi – photographer

Track listing:

  1. Someone’s Watching – John Doe, Tony Gilkyson
  2. Big Blue House – Exene Cervenka, John Doe
  3. Clean Like Tomorrow – Exene Cervenka
  4. New Life – John Doe
  5. Country at War – John Doe
  6. Arms for Hostages – Exene Cervenka
  7. Into the Light – John Doe, Tony Gilkyson
  8. Lettuce and Vodka – Duke McVinnie, Exene Cervenka, John Doe
  9. Everybody – Exene Cervenka
  10. Baby You Lied – John Doe
  11. Drawn in the Dark – Exene Cervenka

In 1993, “Bagi Records” released “Seth Makes Sense” the debut Seth album. It was recorded on March 7, 1993, at “MKC” and on March 11, 1993, at “Avalon Soundfix” studio in Skopje, Macedonia, and was produced by Vladan Drobicki, Vasko Bojađiski, Dorijan Jovanović, Miško Parušev and Alex Gumberovski. The album was released on cassette only.

Personnel:

  • Vladan Drobicki – trombone
  • Vasko Bojađiski – alto saxophone
  • Dorijan Jovanović – bass
  • Miško Parušev – drums
  • Alex Gumberovski – guitar
  • Bojan Ugrinovski – engineer
  • Milčo Serafimovski – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Vladan Drobicki, Vasko Bojađiski, Dorijan Jovanović, Miško Parušev and Alex Gumberovski, except where noted.

  1. Runnin’ Away
  2. Asta La Vista
  3. G & P
  4. Secret Intention
  5. Blue Minor – Sonny Clark
  6. Folk For The Folks
  7. Vrtlog
  8. Samboidna
  9. Sonny’s Crib – Sonny Clark
  10. Blues
  11. Reddish
  12. Seth Makes Sense

In 1996, “Park Records” label released “Time”, the 14th Steeleye Span album. It was recorded in 1996, and was produced by Maddy Prior, Gay Woods, Bob Johnson, Peter Knight, Tim Harries and Liam Genockey.

Personnel:

  • Maddy Prior- vocals
  • Gay Woods- vocals, bodhran
  • Bob Johnson- vocals, electric guitar
  • Peter Knight- vocals, violin
  • Tim Harries– vocals, bass, keyboards
  • Liam Genockey- drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Maddy Prior, Gay Woods, Bob Johnson, Peter Knight, Tim Harries and Liam Genockey, except where noted.

  1. The Prickly Bush – traditional
  2. Old Maid in the Garrett/Tam Lin Reel – traditional
  3. Harvest of the Moon
  4. Underneath Her Apron – traditional
  5. The Cutty Wren – traditional
  6. Go from My Window – traditional
  7. The Elf Knight – traditional
  8. The Water is Wide – traditional
  9. You Will Burn
  10. Corbies – traditional
  11. The Song Will Remain

In 1997, “Beggars Banquet” label released “Dust Bunnies”, the third Bettie Serveert album. It was recorded in 1997, at “Bearsville Studio” in Bearville, New York, and was produced by Bryce Goggin.

Personnel:

  • Carol van Dijk – vocals, guitar
  • Peter Visser – guitar
  • Herman Bunskoeke – bass
  • Berend Dubbe – drums
  • Bryce Goggin – mixing
  • Scott Hull – mastering
  • David Voigt – mixing assistant, assistant producer

Track listing:

  1. Geek
  2. The Link
  3. Musher
  4. Dust Bunny
  5. What Friends?
  6. Misery Galore
  7. Story in a Nutshell
  8. Sugar the Pill
  9. Rudder
  10. Pork & Beans
  11. Fallen Foster
  12. Co-coward
  13. Heaven

In 1998, “Third Ear Music” label released “Heart Core”, the third Arhangel album. It was recorded 1996 – 1997, at “Studio Tra-La-La” in Skopje, Macedonia, and was produced by Dimitar Dimovski.

Personnel:

  • Risto Vrtev – lead vocals, sampler
  • Dragan Ginovski – acoustic and electric guitars
  • Dimitar Dimovski – drum programming, percussion, noises, engineer
  • Petar Jankov – bass
  • Damir Imeri – keyboards
  • Valentino Skenderovski – keyboards
  • Darko Mučev – bass
  • Ane, Pece, Sasa – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Risto Vrtev, except where noted.

  1. Nova vera nova biblija
  2. Krst
  3. Heart Core
  4. Nož
  5. Ljubov ili omraza
  6. Radost – Dragan Ginovski, Risto Vrtev
  7. Uber Makedonishe
  8. Vladimir
  9. Heart Core 2
  10. Never Talk…- Grant Hart

In 1998, “Ictus” label released “Sum of the Parts”, the fifth Ed Summerlin album. It was recorded in 1998, at “Make Believe Ballroom”, in West Shokan, New York,

Personnel:

  • Ed Summerlin – tenor saxophone
  • Bruce Ahrens – trumpet
  • Ron Finck – alto saxophone
  • Tony Marino – bass
  • Joe Chambers– drum
  • Tom Mark – recording engineer

Track listing:

  1. Broadway Blues
  2. Where’d You Find This
  3. Hop Skip and Jump
  4. Dialog
  5. Sonic Dudes
  6. Waltz For Toshi And Ryoko
  7. Chords and Line
  8. Sound-Lee

In 1998, “Third Ear Music” label released “Nocturnal”, the fourth Anastasia album. It was recorded in 1998, at “Studio Tra-La-La” in Skopje, Macedonia, and was produced by Goran Trajkoski, Zlatko Origjanski and Zoran Spasovski.

Personnel:

  • Goran Trajkoski – vocal, guitar, keyboards, kaval, synthesizer, programming
  • Zlatko Origjanski – tambura, kaval, guitar, synthesizer, programming
  • Zoran Spasovski – drums, percussion, synthesizer
  • Coti K.(Costantino Luca Rolando Kiriakos) – mixing
  • Father Metodij (Metodij Zlatanov) – artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by Goran Trajkoski, Zlatko Origjanski and Zoran Spasovski.

  1. Vlez
  2. Lice
  3. Dete
  4. O more, goltni me
  5. Son na blagodarnost
  6. Bavno i slatko
  7. Most
  8. Most (part 2)
  9. Izlez

In 2000, “Bagi Music” label released the self-titled, debut Blla Blla Blla album. It was recorded in 1999, in Skopje, Macedonia.

Personnel:

  • Idriz Ameti – vocals
  • Vlatko Janevski – bass, guitar
  • Ermal Mehmeti – violin
  • Dimitar Petrov – drums
  • Alen Milanov – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Idriz Ameti, Vlatko Janevski, Ermal Mehmeti and Dimitar Petrov.

  1. Send I Mirë
  2. O Mirë Sa Mirë
  3. Hej Vasho
  4. Wolf & Dogs
  5. Bleta
  6. Babayaro
  7. Reagge Për Iriçin
  8. Untitled

In 2004, “Treefrog Records” label released “Gathering Speed”, the fourth Big Big Train studio album. It was recorded in 2004, at “The Garden Room” in Dublin and “Aubitt Studios” in Southampton, and was produced by Andy Poole, Gregory Spawton and Rob Aubrey.

Personnel:

  • Ian Cooper – keyboards
  • Sean Filkins – lead vocals, blues harp, percussion
  • Steve Hughes – drums, percussion
  • Andy Poole – bass
  • Gregory Spawton – guitars, additional keyboards, backing vocals
  • Laura Murch – vocals

Track listing:

  1. High Tide, Last Stand – Gregory Spawton, Andy Poole, Steve Hughes, Sean Filkins
  2. Fighter Command – Gregory Spawton, Andy Poole, Steve Hughes, Sean Filkins
  3. The Road Much Further On – Gregory Spawton, Andy Poole, Sean Filkins
  4. Sky Flying on Fire – Gregory Spawton, Andy Poole, Steve Hughes
  5. Pell Mell – Gregory Spawton, Andy Poole, Steve Hughes
  6. Powder Monkey – Gregory Spawton, Andy Poole, Steve Hughes
  7. Gathering Speed – Gregory Spawton, Andy Poole

In 2005, “Bagi Music” label released “Шлагери од Содома” (Šlageri od Sodoma), the second Т.Б. Трачери (T.B. Tračeri) album. It was recorded in 2005, at “The Hidden Dragon Studio” in Skopje, Macedonia, and was produced by Братислав Зафировски (Bratislav Zafirovski).

Personnel:

  • Кирчо Арсовски (Kirčo Arsovski) – vocals, guitar
  • Атанас Алексов (Atanas Aleksov) – drums, backing vocals
  • Кирил Арсов (Kiril Arsov) – guitar, bass, backing vocals
  • Александра Поповска (Aleksandra Popovska) – vocals
  • Братислав Зафировски (Bratislav Zafirovski), Горан Атанасовски (Goran Atanasovski), Јане Качански (Jane Kačanski)- mastering
  • Јане Качански (Jane Kačanski) – Pro Tools operator

Track listing:

  1. Икона – Ikona
  2. Дона – Dona
  3. Јети – Jeti
  4. Не Барај Ме Веќе – Ne baraj me veke
  5. Дема Да Те Пуштам – Nema da te puštam
  6. Sado Sexy Chick
  7. Верен Пријател – Veren prijatel
  8. Мала Тина – Mala Tina
  9. Мама Ај’ Ме Лажи – Mama aj me laži
  10. Линги Ди Донг – Lingi Di Ding
  11. Како Да Ми Кажеш Збогум – Kako da mi kažeš zbogum
  12. Love Me Quick (Before Daddy Catches Us)

In 2006, “PGP RTS” label released “Kolo”, the seventh Van Gogh studio album. It was recorded 2005 – 2006, at “Sky Studio” in Belgrade, Serbia, and was produced by Vlada Negovanović and Voja Aralica.

Personnel:

  • Zvonimir Đukić- vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, mandolin, accordion
  • Dejan Ilić – bass guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Srboljub Radivojević – drums, backing vocals, drum programming
  • Alis Dunjica – backing vocals
  • Ana Rajković – backing vocals
  • Kristina Savić – backing vocals
  • Bane Crepajac – guitar
  • Marko Đorđević – trumpet
  • James Cruz– mastering
  • Boris Gavrilovć – recording engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Zvonimir Đukić, except where noted

  1. Kolo
  2. Vrteška – Srboljub Radivojević, Zvonimir Đukić
  3. Plastelin
  4. Do kraja sveta
  5. Dišem
  6. Spisak razloga
  7. Deo oko tebe – Srboljub Radivojević, Zvonimir Đukić
  8. Suđeno mi je
  9. Od kad te nema
  10. Emigrant
  11. Ljubav je

In 2012, “SJF Records” label released “Boston”, album by Toni Kitanovski, Greg Hopkins & Friends. It was recorded July – October 2008, at “Studio Chicken Madness”, January 2009, at “Children’s Theater Center, and was produced by Alen Hadzi Stefanov and Toni Kitanovski.

Personnel:

  • Greg Hopkins – trumpet
  • Toni Kitanovski – guitars, arrangements
  • Ivan Bejkov – bass
  • Aleksandar Sekulovski – deums
  • Oscar Salas – congas, timbales, bongos, cowbell
  • Izzet Kizil – bendir, ghatam, tablas, tef, other hand percussion
  • Martin Gjakonovski – bass
  • Sašo Serafimov – alto saxophone, flute
  • Dzijan Emin – French horn
  • Vladimir Lazarevski – oboe
  • Vilhen Memedov – tuba
  • Alen Hadzi Stefanov – recording, mixing, mastering
  • Oliver Belopeta – executive producer
  • Kristina Pulejkova, Simonida Filipova-Kitanovska – artwork
  • Gjoko Sijak – graphics

Track listing:

All tracks by Toni Kitanovski.

  1. Central Square
  2. M&M
  3. Cuttyhunk Island
  4. One for Charlie
  5. Oscar
  6. Red Line Reggae
  7. Giaramara
  8. My Mouse Sings melodies
  9. Greg
  10. Burry My Heart by the Lake
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