On September 23, 2013.

On September 23, 2013, “Bella Union” label released “Man & Myth”, the 22nd Roy Harper studio album. It was recorded in 2013, in Ireland, UK, USA, and was produced by Roy Harper with additional production by Jonathan Wilson and John Fitzgerald.


  • Roy Harper– vocals, guitar
  • Jonathan Wilson- banjo, guitar, mandolin, bass guitar, backing vocals
  • John Fitzgerald – bouzouki, Oud, bass guitar, guitar, engineering
  • Pete Townshend– electric guitar
  • Tony Franklin- bass guitar
  • Jake Blanton – bass guitar
  • Jason Borger – keyboard
  • Fiona Brice- strings, brass
  • Gillon Cameron – violin
  • Bertrand Galen – cello
  • Richard Gowen – drums, percussion
  • Justin Grounds- violin

Track listing:

All tracks by Roy Harper.

  1. The Enemy
  2. Time Is Temporary
  3. January Man
  4. The Stranger
  5. Cloud Cuckooland
  6. Heaven Is Here
  7. The Exile

On September 23, 2009.

On September 23, 2009, “KAB America Inc” label released “Playing the Piano”, the 19th Ryuichi Sakamoto album. It was recorded in 2009 and was produced by Ryuichi Sakamoto.


  • Ryuichi Sakamoto – piano

Track listing:

All tracks by Ryuichi Sakamoto.

  1. Amore
  2. Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence
  3. A Flower Is Not A Flower
  4. The Sheltering Sky
  5. Tamago 2004
  6. The Last Emperor
  7. Tibetan Dance
  8. Thousand Knives
  9. Riot in Lagos
  10. Reversing
  11. Mizu no Naka no Bagatelle
  12. Bolerish

On September 23, 2008.

On September 23, 2008, “Inside” label released “Time the Conqueror”, the 13th Jackson Browne studio album. It was recorded in 2009 and was produced by Jackson Browne and Paul Dieter.


  • Jackson Browne– vocals, rhythm guitar, piano, additional drums
  • Kevin McCormick – bass guitar
  • Mauricio Lewak – drums
  • Mark Goldenberg– electric guitar
  • Jeff Young – piano, Fender Rhodes, Hammond organ, harmony vocals
  • Chavonne Morris – backing vocals
  • Alethea Mills – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Jackson Browne except where noted:

  1. Time the Conqueror
  2. Off of Wonderland
  3. The Drums of War – Jackson Browne, Mark Goldenberg, Mauricio Lewak, Kevin McCormick, Jeff Young
  4. The Arms of Night – Jackson Browne, Danny Kortchmar
  5. Where Were You – Jackson Browne, Mark Goldenberg, Mauricio Lewak, Kevin McCormick, Jeff Young
  6. Going Down To Cuba
  7. Giving That Heaven Away
  8. Live Nude Cabaret
  9. Just Say Yeah
  10. Far from the Arms of Hunger

On September 23, 1997.

On September 23, 1997, “Paradigm Records” label released “The Hangover”, the second Gilby Clarke studio album. It was recorded in 1997 and was produced by C.J. DeVillar and Gilby Clarke.


  • Gilby Clarke- lead vocals, guitars, bass, mellotron, drums
  • Waddy Watchel- guitars
  • Ryan Roxie- guitars
  • Teddy Andreadis- piano, Hammond, harmonica
  • J. DeVillar – bass, backing vocals
  • Will Effertz- bass, backing vocals
  • Phil Soussan- bass
  • Clem Burke- drums
  • Sandy Chila – drums, percussion
  • Mike Fasano- drums
  • Eric Singer- drums
  • Ovis – horns, background vocals
  • Kyle Vincent – background vocals
  • Jason Alt – background vocals
  • Roberta Freeman – background vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Gilby Clarke, except where noted.

  1. Wasn’t Yesterday Great
  2. It’s Good Enough for Rock N’ Roll
  3. Zip Gun
  4. Higher
  5. Mickey Marmalade
  6. Blue Grass Mosquito
  7. Happiness Is a Warm Gun – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  8. Hang on to Yourself – David Bowie
  9. The Worst
  10. Captain Chaos
  11. Punk Rock Pollution


On September 22, 2017.

On September 22, 2017, “Palmetto Records” label released “On a Distant Shore”, the 40th Leon Russell album. It was recorded in 2016, at “Thirty Seventeen Studio” in Nashville, Tennessee, and was produced by Mark Lambert and Leon Russell.


  • Leon Russell – vocals, bass, keyboards
  • Coco Bridges – vocal, cover painting
  • Sugaree Noel Bridges – vocals
  • Mike Brignardello – bass
  • Ray Goren – various instruments
  • Larry Hall  – guitar, horn, keyboards, orchestral arrangements, strings
  • Tony Harrell – keyboards
  • Drew Lambert – bass
  • Mark Lambert  – guitar, liner notes, engineer, mixing
  • Chris Leuzinger – guitar
  • Greg Morrow – drums
  • Russ Pahl – steel guitar
  • Andre Reiss – guitar
  • Eddie Kramer – engineer, mixing
  • Shawn Davies – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Leon Russell.

  1. On a Distant Shore
  2. Love This Way
  3. Here Without You by Matt Harris and Leon
  4. This Masquerade
  5. Black and Blue
  6. Just Leaves and Grass
  7. On the Waterfront
  8. Easy to Love
  9. Hummingbird
  10. The One I Love Is Wrong
  11. Where Do We Go From Here
  12. A Song for You

On September 22, 2008.

On September 22, 2008, “Eagle Records” label released “Bad for You Baby”, the seventeenth and final Gary Moore solo album. It was recorded in 2008, at “Sarm West”, “Sphere Studios” in London, and was produced by Gary Moore.


  • Gary Moore – vocals, guitar, harmonica
  • Vic Martin – keyboards
  • Pete Rees – bass
  • Sam Kelly – drums
  • Special guest appearance: Otisand daughter Cassie Taylor

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Moore, except where noted.

  1. Bad for You Baby
  2. Down the Line
  3. Umbrella Man
  4. Holding On
  5. Walkin’ Thru the Park – McKinley Morganfield
  6. I Love You More Than You’ll Ever Know – Al Kooper
  7. Mojo Boogie – J.B. Lenoir
  8. Someday Baby – McKinley Morganfield
  9. Did You Ever Feel Lonely?
  10. Preacher Man Blues
  11. Trouble Ain’t Far Behind

On September 22, 2003.

On September 22, 2003, “4AD” label released “Spoon and Rafter”, the fourth Mojave 3 album. It was recorded in 2003, at “Mojave 3 HQ”, “The Farm II”, and was produced by Mark Van Hoen and Neil Halstead,


  1. Neil Halstead – vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, engineer
  2. Mark Van Hoen – synthesizer, bass guitar, computer, backing vocals, engineer
  3. Ian McCutcheon – drums, percussion, synthesizer, melodica, Glockenspiel, engineer
  4. Alan Forrester – piano, Hammond organ, synthesizer, noises, photography
  5. Rachel Goswell – vocals, bass guitar
  6. Simon Rowe – electric guitar, photography
  7. Melvin Duffy -pedal steel guitar, banjo
  8. Simon Wollfisch – cello
  9. Steve Rooke – mastering
  10. Victoria Collier – artwork
  11. Dave Barrow – artwork
  12. Sean Dooley – photography

Track listing:

  1. Bluebird of Happiness
  2. Starlite #1
  3. Billoddity
  4. Writing to St. Peter
  5. Battle of the Broken Hearts
  6. Hard to Miss You
  7. Tinkers Blues
  8. She’s All Up Above
  9. Too Many Mornings
  10. Between the Bars

On September 21, 1987.

On September 21, 1987, John Francis Anthony “Jaco” Pastorius III died aged 35. He was a musician (bass), a member of Weather Report (1976 – 1981). Regarded as one of the best world bass players, he worked and recorded with Joni Mitchell, Pat Metheny, Herbie Hancock, Randy Bernsen, Little Beaver, Ira Sullivan,  Albert Mangelsdorff, Ian Hunter, Airto Moreira, Tom Scott, Flora Purim,  Cockrell & Santos, Michel Colombier, Manolo Badrena, Michel Polnareff, Bob Mintzer, Brian Melvin, Jimmy Cliff, Brian Melvin Trio, and Mike Stern. In 2006 Pastorius was voted “The Greatest Bass Player Who Has Ever Lived” by readers in Bass Guitar magazine, and was inducted in the Down Beat “Hall of Fame”. During his lifetime Pastorius released four albums as a leader.

On September 21, 2018.

On September 21, 2018, “Concord” label released “The Big Bad Blues”, the second Billy Gibbons studio album. It was recorded in 2018 and was produced by Billy Gibbons and Joe Hardy. At the 40th “Blues Music Awards”, the album was named as “Blues Rock Album of the Year”.


  • Billy Gibbons – guitar, harmonica, Vox
  • James Harman – harmonica
  • Joe Hardy: bass guitar
  • Elwood Francis – guitar, harmonica
  • Greg Morrow – drums
  • Matt Sorum – drums
  • Mike Flanigin – keyboards

Track listing:

All tracks by Billy Gibbons, except where noted.

  1. Missin’ Yo’ Kissin’ – Gilly Stillwater
  2. My Baby She Rocks
  3. Second Line
  4. Standing Around Crying – McKinley Morganfield
  5. Let the Left Hand Know
  6. Bring It to Jerome – Jerome Green
  7. That’s What She Said
  8. Mo’ Slower Blues
  9. Hollywood 151
  10. Rollin’ and Tumblin’ – McKinley Morganfield
  11. Crackin’ Up – Ellas McDanie

On September 21, 2004.

On September 21, 2004, “ECM” label released “In Praise of Dreams”, the 32nd Jan Garbarek album. It was recorded March – June 2003, at “Blue Jay Recording Studio” in Carlisle, “AP Studio” in Paris, and in Oslo, and was produced by Manfred Eicher and Jan Garbarek.


  • Jan Garbarek– soprano and tenor saxophone, synthesizers
  • Kim Kashkashian– viola
  • Manu Katché– drums, percussion, samples

Track listing:

.All tracks by Jan Garbarek.

  1. As Seen from Above
  2. In Praise of Dreams
  3. One Goes There Alone
  4. Knot of Place and Time
  5. If You Go Far Enough
  6. Scene from Afar
  7. Cloud of Unknowing
  8. Without Visible Sign
  9. Iceburn
  10. Conversation with a Stone
  11. A Tale Begun