On January 7, 1997.

Enjoy Incubus

On January 7, 1997, “Epic” label released “Enjoy Incubus”, EP by Incubus. The EP contained re-recordings of songs that featured on their previous, independent releases “Let Me Tell Ya ‘Bout Root Beer” and “Fungus Amongus”, and the previously unreleased track “Version”. The EP was produced by Jim Wirt.


  • Brandon Boyd – vocals, percussion
  • Mike Einziger- guitars
  • DJ Lyfe- scratches
  • Dirk Lance- bass
  • Jose Antonio Pasillas II– drums

Track listing:

  1. You Will Be a Hot Dancer
  2. Shaft!
  3. Take Me to Your Leader
  4. Version
  5. Azwethinkweiz
  6. Hilikus
  7. Hidden Bonus – an untitled track plays after ten minutes and two seconds of silence

On January 7, 1972.

Jamming With Edward

On January 7, 1972, “Rolling Stone “label released “Jamming with Edward!”,album by Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, Nicky Hopkins and Ry Cooder.“ It was recorded in 1969, at the “London’s Olympic Studio”, and was produced by Glyn Johns. “Edward” was pianist Nicky Hopkins.

  • Ry Cooder– guitar
  • Mick Jagger– harmonica, vocals
  • Charlie Watts– drums
  • Nicky Hopkins– keyboards, piano
  • Bill Wyman– bass guitar

All tracks by Ry Cooder, Nicky Hopkins and Charlie Watts, except where noted.

Track listing:

  1. The Boudoir Stomp
  2. It Hurts Me Too – Elmore James, Mel London
  3. Edward’s Thrumb Up
  4. Blow with Ry
  5. Interlude a la El Hopo – includes The Loveliest Night of the Year – Webster and Ross
  6. Highland Fling


On January 7, 1964.


On January 7, 1964, Cyril Davies died aged 31. Being musician, he was one of the first British blues harmonica players, and played important role in the development of the British blues scene. He was founder and leader of Cyril Davies All-Stars and has performed and recorded with Blues Incorporated, Long John Baldry, Alexis Korner,Screaming Lord Sutch and the Savages.

On January 5, 1979.

Joe Jackson - Look Sharp!

On January 5, 1979, “A&M” released “Look Sharp!”, the debut Joe Jackson album. It was recorded in 1978, at the “Eden Studios” in London, and was produced by  David Kershenbaum. Magazine “Rolling Stone” ranked the album cover at number 22 on its list of “100 Greatest Album Covers of all Time”.


  • Joe Jackson – vocals, piano, harmonica
  • Gary Sanford – guitar
  • Graham Maby– bass
  • David Houghton – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Jackson.

  1. One More Time
  2. Sunday Papers
  3. Is She Really Going Out With Him?
  4. Happy Loving Couples
  5. Throw It Away
  6. Baby Stick Around
  7. Look Sharp!
  8. Fools in Love
  9. (Do the) Instant Mash
  10. Pretty Girls
  11. Got the Time

On January 5, 1979.

Elvis Costello - Armed Forces

On January 5, 1979, “Radar” label released “Armed Forces”, the third Elvis Costello album, second one with the Attractions, and the first to officially credit the Attractions on the album cover. It was recorded August – September 1978, at the “Eden Studios” in London, and was produced by Nick Lowe.


  • Elvis Costello– guitar, vocals
  • Steve Nieve– piano, organ, synthesizer
  • Bruce Thomas– bass
  • Pete Thomas– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Elvis Costello.

  1. Accidents Will Happen
  2. Senior Service
  3. Oliver’s Army
  4. Big Boys
  5. Green Shirt
  6. Party Girl
  7. Goon Squad
  8. Busy Bodies
  9. Sunday’s Best
  10. Moods for Moderns
  11. Chemistry Class
  12. Two Little Hitlers

On January 5, 1976.


On January 5, 1976, “Columbia” label released “Desire”, the seventeenth Bob Dylan studio album. It was recorded July – October 1975, and was produced by Don De Vito. It became one of Dylan’s commercially most successful studio albums, reaching double Platinum in the US and triple Platinum in UK. “Desire” was NME “Album of the Year” and magazine “Rolling Stone” ranked it on number 174, on its list of “500 Greatest albums of All Time”.


  • Bob Dylan– vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica; piano
  • Vincent Bell – bouzouki
  • Ronee Blakley– background vocals
  • Dominic Cortese – accordion, mandolin
  • Emmylou Harris– background vocals
  • Scarlet Rivera– violin
  • Luther Rix – congas
  • Steven Soles– background vocals
  • Rob Stoner– bass guitar, background vocals
  • Howard Wyeth– drums, piano

Track listing

All tracks by Bob Dylan and Jacques Levy, except where noted.

  1. Hurricane
  2. Isis
  3. Mozambique
  4. One More Cup of Coffee – Bob Dylan
  5. Oh, Sister
  6. Joey
  7. Romance in Durango
  8. Black Diamond Bay
  9. Sara – Bob Dylan

On January 5, 1973.


On January 5, 1973, “Columbia” label released “Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.”, the debut Bruce Springsteen studio album. It was recorded July – September 1972, at “914 Sound Studios” in New York, and was produced by Mike Appel and Jim Cretecos. The album had a poor commercial success (only 25.000. copies sold in the first year), but received positive reviews by the music critics. Magazine “Rolling Stone” ranked the album on number 379 on its list of “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.


  • Bruce Springsteen– lead vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, harmonica, bass guitar, piano, keyboards, handclaps
  • Clarence Clemons– saxophone, backing vocals, handclaps
  • Vini “Mad Dog” Lopez– drums, backing vocals, handclaps
  • David Sancious– piano, organ, keyboards
  • Garry Tallent– bass guitar
  • Richard Davis– upright double bass
  • Harold Wheeler– piano
  • Steven Van Zandt– sound effects
  • John Berg – cover design
  • Fred Lombardi – back cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Bruce Springsteen.

  1. Blinded by the Light
  2. Growin Up
  3. Mary Queen of Arkansas
  4. Does This Bus Stop at 82nd Street
  5. Lost in the Flood
  6. The Angel
  7. For You
  8. Spirit in the Night
  9. It’s Hard to Be a Saint in the City