On December 13, 1978.

On December 13, 1978, “Jasrac” label released “Friendship”, the fifth Lee Ritenour album. It was recorded in 1978, at “Filmays/Heider Studio” in Hollywood, and was produced by Toshi Endo.

Personnel:

  • Lee Ritenour – guitar
  • Steve Forman – percussion
  • Steve Gadd – drums
  • Dave Grusin – piano
  • Don Grusin – keyboards
  • Abraham Laboriel – bass
  • Ernie Watts – saxophones

Track listing:

  1. Sea Dance – Don Grusin
  2. Crystal Morning – Lee Ritenour
  3. Samurai Night Fever – Dave Grusin
  4. Life is the Song We Sing- Ernie Watts
  5. Woody Creek – Dave Grusin
  6. It’s a Natural Thing – Ernie Watts

On December 12, 2000.

On December 12, 2000, “Columbia” label released “Spiritual Machines”, the fourth Our Lady Peace studio album. It was recorded August – October 2000, at “Arnyard Studios” in Toronto, “Avatar Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Arnold Lanni, Raine Maida and Brendan O’Brien.

Personnel:

  • Raine Maida– vocals
  • Matt Cameron– drums
  • Duncan Coutts – bass guitar
  • Jamie Edwards – keyboards, electric guitar
  • Ray Kurzweil– narration
  • Tyler Lanni – singing
  • Jeremy Taggart– drums, percussion
  • Mike Turner– guitars
  • Angelo Caruso – engineer
  • Stephen Marcussen– mastering
  • Brendan O’Brien– mixer
  • Rich Chycki – digital editing
  • Chris Gauthier – digital editing
  • Rob Waite – digital editing
  • Oli Goldsmith– artwork, layout
  • Catherine McRae – art direction
  • Our Lady Peace – art direction
  • Clay Patrick McBride – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Raine Maida.

  1. K. Intro
  2. Right Behind You (Mafia)
  3. K. 2029
  4. In Repair
  5. Life
  6. Middle of Yesterday
  7. Are You Sad?
  8. K. 2029 (Part 2)
  9. Made to Heal
  10. K. 1949–97
  11. Everyone’s a Junkie
  12. K. on Death
  13. All My Friends
  14. If You Believe
  15. The Wonderful Future

 

 

On December 12, 1994.

On December 12, 1994, “Space Age Bachelor Pad Records” released “Rapid City Muscle Car”, the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies studio album. It was recorded in 1994, at “Gung Ho Studios” in Eugene, OR, “Space Age Bachelor Pad Studio” and “Dogfish Studios” in Newberg, OR, and was produced by Steve Perry, Dang Oulette, Dana Heitman, Chris Azor, Brian West, Adrian Baxter and Jason Moss.

Personnel:

  • Steve Perry– vocals
  • Dang Oulette (Dan Schmid) – bass
  • Dana Heitman– trumpet, trombone
  • Chris Azorr – keyboards
  • Brian West – drums, vibes, percussion
  • Adrian Baxter – tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
  • Jason Moss– lead guitar
  • Brooks Brown– alto saxophone, clarinet
  • John Fohl – guitar
  • James Phillips – tenor saxophone

The First Church of Sinatra:

  • Tim Allums – trumpet
  • Mark Berney – trumpet
  • Dave Van Handel – trombone
  • Glenn Bonney – trombone
  • Wayne Conkey – bass trombone
  • Ross Warren – alto saxophone
  • Tim Willcox – alto saxophone
  • James Phillips – tenor saxophone
  • Richard Coon (Temple) – baritone saxophone
  • Bill Barnett – engineer, mixing
  • Dana Heitman – engineer
  • Bob Levy – recording
  • Drew Canulette – recording

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Perry, except where noted.

  1. The Search
  2. Sockable Face Club
  3. Chrysalis
  4. The Ding-Dong Daddy of the D-Car Line
  5. Equus
  6. Mister White Keys
  7. Skyline Drive
  8. Pink Elephant
  9. Hazel, South Dakota
  10. Lovers Understand
  11. Johanna of the Spirits
  12. Inertia Rhapsody
  13. Bobby Kennedy
  14. Come Back to Me – Burton Lane, Alan Jay Lerner
  15. The Impossible Dream

On December 11, 2015.

On December 11, 2015, “Rough Trade” label released “Right on!”, the debut Jenny Lee Lindberg album. It was recorded in 2015, at “Happy Ending Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Jenny Lee Lindberg and Norm Block.

Personnel:

  • Jenny Lee Lindberg – vocals, bass, artwork
  • Norm Block – drums, backing vocals, engineer, mixing
  • Dan Elkan– guitar, backing vocals
  • Stella Mozgawa– drums, beat
  • Tony Bevilacqua– guitar
  • Kris Byerly – backing vocals
  • Katie Burden – backing vocals
  • Kirk Hellie – guitar
  • Jonathan Hishcke – bass guitar
  • Cedric LeMoyne – guitar
  • Paul Logus – mastering
  • Mia Kirby – artwork, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Jenny Lee Lindberg.

  1. Blind
  2. Boom Boom
  3. Never
  4. Long Lonely Winter
  5. Bully
  6. Riot
  7. He Fresh
  8. Offerings
  9. White Devil
  10. Real Life

 

On December 11, 1972.

In December 1972, “Vertigo” label released “Framed”, the debut Sensational Alex Harvey Band album. It was recorded in 1972, at “Morgan Studios” in London, and was produced by Alex Harvey, Zal Cleminson, Hugh Mckenna, Chris Glen and Eddie McKenna.

Personnel:

  • Alex Harvey – lead vocals
  • Zal Cleminson– lead guitar
  • Hugh McKenna – electric piano
  • Chris Glen– bass guitar
  • Eddie McKenna– drums
  • Phil Kenzie – tenor saxophone
  • Big Bud’s Brass – Bud Parkes, Martin Drover, Phil Kenzie, Dave Coxhill, Geoff Driscoll – brass section
  • Mike Bobak – engineer
  • Jim Wilson – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Alex Harvey; except where noted.

  1. Framed – Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
  2. Hammer Song
  3. Midnight Moses
  4. Isobel Goudie – Part 1: My Lady of the Night, Part 2: Coitus Interruptus, Part 3: Virgin and the Hunter
  5. Buff’s Bar Blues
  6. I Just Want to Make Love to You – Willie Dixon
  7. Hole In Her Stocking
  8. There’s No Lights On The Christmas Tree, Mother They’re Burning Big Louie Tonight – Jim Condron
  9. Anthony

 

On December 10, 2001.

On December 10, 2001, “Absurda” label released “BlueBOB”, debut David Lynch and John Neff studio album. It was recorded April 1998–March 2000, at “Aysmmetrical Studio” in Hollywood, and was produced by David Lynch and John Neff.

Personnel:

  • David Lynch– drums, drum effects, percussion, guitar, backing vocals, sound effects, vocals effects, sound design, ambient sound design, mixing, design, photography
  • John Neff – lead and backing vocals, guitar, bass, drums, percussion , engineering, mixing
  • Tom Baker – mastering
  • Eli Roth– photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by David Lynch, all music by David Lynch and John Neff.

  1. 9–1–1
  2. Rollin’ Down (To My House)
  3. Thank You, Judge
  4. I Cannot Do That
  5. Factory Interlude
  6. Blue Horse
  7. Bad Night
  8. Mountains Falling
  9. Go Get Some
  10. Pink Western Range
  11. Marilyn Monroe
  12. City of Dreams

On December 10, 1997.

On December 10, 1997, “Polystar” label released “Cloudy Cloud Calculator”, the third Takako Minekawa studio album. It was recorded 1997, and was produced by Takako Minekawa, Seiichi Yamamoto and Sugar Yoshinaga.

Personnel:

  • Takako Minekawa – vocals, vocoder, synthesizer, acoustic and electric guitars, bass, drums, arrangement, recording
  • Seiichi Yamamoto – synthesizer, bass, electric guitar, performance, arrangement
  • SuGar Yoshinaga – acoustic and electric guitar, rhythm box
  • Atsushi Tsuyama – drums
  • Tetsuya Kotani – engineering
  • Sheila Sachs – design
  • Mariko Yamamoto – art direction, design

Track listing:

All tracks by Takako Minekawa, except where noted.

  1. Micro Mini Cool
  2. Milk Rock
  3. Phonobaloon Song
  4. Cat House
  5. Cloud Chips – Takako Minekawa, SuGar Yoshinaga
  6. Kraftpark (Micro Trip Edit)
  7. Kangaroo Pocket Calculator
  8. Black Forest – Takako Minekawa, Silvie TV Game
  9. International Velvet
  10. Cloud Cuckoo Land – Takako Minekawa, Plain Vanilla
  11. Telstar – Joe Meek

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