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On March 4, 2003, “Sanctuary Records” label released “The Power to Believe”, the thirteenth King Crimson studio album. It was recorded in 2002, at “The Tracking Room” and “Studio Belew” in Nashville, “Pat’s Garage” in Austin, “St. Peter’s Church” in Newlyn, and was produced by Machine, David Singleton, Robert Fripp, Adrian Belew, Pat Mastelotto and Trey Gunn.
Robert Fripp – guitar
Adrian Belew – vocals, guitar
Pat Mastelotto – acoustic and electric drums, percussion
Trey Gunn – Warr touch bass
Tim Faulkner – voice source
Ken Latchney – haiku voice recording
Jeff Juliano – additional engineering
Machine – programming, engineering, mixing
David Singleton – mastering
Simon Heyworth – mastering
P. J. Crook – artwork
Hugh O’Donnell – sleeve design
All lyrics by Adrian Belew, all music by by Adrian Belew, Robert Fripp, Trey Gunn and Pat Mastelotto except where noted.
On March 4, 1989, “London” label released “The Big Area”, the second Then Jerico album. It was recorded in 1988, at “The Manor”, “Olympic” “Abbey Road” “Townhouse” and “Air” in UK, “Sunset Sound”, “Westlake”, Summa”, “Sound Castle” and “The Hit Factory” in USA, and was produced by Rhett Davies and Peter Henderson.
Mark Shaw – vocals
Chris Youdell – keyboards
Robert Downes – guitar
Scott Taylor – rhythm guitar
Jason Stainthorpe – bass guitar
Steve Wren – drums, percussion
Belinda Carlisle – background vocals
Charles Judge – keyboards
Paul Buckmaster – string arrangements
John Brough – engineer
Peter Henderson – engineer
Richard Sullivan – engineer
All lyrics by Mark Shaw, all music by Mark Shaw, Chris Youdell, Robert Downes, Scott Taylor, Jason Stainthorpe and Steve Wren, except where noted.
What Does It Takes – Sandy Stuart, David Munday
You Ought to Know
Song for the Brokenhearted
Darkest Hour – Mark Shaw, Scott Taylor, Chris Youdell
On March 4, 1957, “Specialty” label released “Here’s Little Richard”, the debut Little Richard album. It was recorded September 1955 – October 1956. In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 50 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”, and ranked the track “Tutti Frutti” at number 43 on its list of the “500 Greatest Songs of All Time”.
Little Richard (Richard Penniman) – vocals, piano
Edgar Blanchard – guitar
Frank Fields – bass
Earl Palmer – drums
Lee Allen – tenor saxophone
Alvin “Red” Tyler – baritone saxophone
Huey Smith – piano
Justin Adams – guitar
William “Frosty” Pyles – guitar
Roy Montrell – guitar
Nathaniel Douglas – guitar
Lloyd Lambert – bass
Olsie Richard Robinson – bass
Oscar Moore – drums
Charles Connor – drums
Renald Richard – trumpet
Clarence Ford – tenor and baritone saxophone
Wilbert Smith – tenor saxophone
Grady Gaines – tenor saxophone
Joe Tillman – tenor saxophone
Clifford Burks – tenor saxophone
Jewell Grant – baritone saxohone
Tutti Frutti – Richard Penniman, Dorothy LaBostrie, Joe Lubin
True, Fine Mama – Richard Penniman
Can’t Believe You Wanna Leave – Leo Price
Ready Teddy – Robert Blackwell, John Marascalco
Baby – Richard Penniman
Slippin’ and Slidin’ – Richard Penniman, Eddie Bocage, Al Collins, James Smith
Long Tall Sally – Enotris Johnson, Robert Blackwell, Richard Penniman
On March 3, 2012, Ronald Douglas Montrose died aged 64. He was musician (guitar), songwriter and music producer, worked with many musicians including Van Morrison, Herbie Hancock, Beaver & Krause, Boz Scaggs, Edgar Winter, Gary Wright, The Beau Brummels, Dan Hartman, Tony Williams, The Neville Brothers, Marc Bonilla and Sammy Hagar. He was founding member and leader of the bands Montrose and Gamma. He released ten solo albums.
On March 2, 2021, Neville O’Riley Livingston, OM aka Bunny Wailer died aged 73. He was musician (percussion), singer and songwriter, also known as Bunny Livingston and Jah B. Three time “Grammy Award” winner, best known as an founding member of reggae group The Wailers along with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. In 2017, Wailer was awarded the prestigious “Order of Merit” by the Jamaican Government, for his contribution for the Jamaican music. The legendary reggae singer whose career reached across seven decades, released 30 albums as leader.