On November 5, 2002.

American IV

On November 4, 2002, “American Recordings” released “American IV: The Man Comes Around”, the 87 Johnny Cash album and the fourth one in the “American series” by Johnny Cash. This was the last album released before his death in 2003. “American IV: The Man Comes Around” was recorded in 2002 at the “American Recording Studios”, and was produced by Rick Rubin and John Carter Cash. The album won “Album of the Year” award at the 2003 “CMA Awards” and was awarded platinum certification 2003 by the “R.I.A.A”. In 2004, Johnny Cash won “Grammy Award” for “Best Country Male Vocal Performance” for “Give My Love To Rose,” and the music video for “Hurt” won “Grammy Award” for “Best Short Form Video”.

Personnel:

  • Johnny Cash- vocals, guitars , arranger, adaptation
  • Don Henley- drums, keyboards, vocals
  • Fiona Apple- vocals
  • Nick Cave- vocals
  • Mike Campbell, John Frusciante, Randy Scruggs- guitars
  • Thom Bresh, Jeff Hanna, Kerry Marx, Marty Stuart – guitars
  • Smokey Hormel- guitars
  • Jack Clement- Dobro
  • Joey Waronker- drums
  • David R. Ferguson- Ukulele
  • Laura Cash – fiddle
  • Terry Harrington – clarinet
  • Benmont Tench- organ, piano, harmonium, keyboards, Mellotron, vibraphone, pipe organ, Wurlitzer
  • Roger Manning– piano, Harmonium, mellotron, chamberlin, orchestra bells
  • Billy Preston- piano
  • Christine Cano – art direction, design
  • Martyn Atkins – photography

Track listing

  1. The Man Comes Around – Johnny Cash
  2. Hurt – Reznor
  3. Give My Love to Rose – Johnny Cash
  4. Bridge Over Troubled Water – Paul Simon
  5. I Hung My Head – Sting
  6. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face – Ian MacColl
  7. Personal Jesus – Martin Gore
  8. In My Life – John Lennon and Paul McCartney
  9. Sam Hall – Ritter
  10. Danny Boy – Weatherly
  11. Desperado – Frey and Henley
  12. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry – Duet with Nick Cave- Williams
  13. Streets of Laredo – Traditional
  14. Wichita Lineman – Jimmy Webb
  15. Big Iron – Marty Robbins
  16. Tear Stained Letter – Johnny Cash
  17. We’ll Meet Again – Hughie Charles and Ross Parker
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On November 5, 1996.

Unchained cash

On November 5, 1996, “American Recordings” released “Unchained”, Johnny Cash 82 album and the second one in Johnny Cash’s “American Recording series”. “Unchained” won a “Grammy Award” for “Best Country Album” and Cash was nominated for “Best Male Country Vocal Performance” for his version of Rusty Cage.The album was produced by Rick Rubin.

Personnel:

  • Johnny Cash – Vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Tom Petty- Vocals, guitars, bass, chamberlin
  • Mike Campbell- Guitar, bass, mandolin, dobro
  • Benmont Tench- Piano, Hammond B3 Organ, Vox Continental Organ, harmonium, chamberlin
  • Howie Epstein- Acoustic guitar, bass
  • Steve Ferrone- Drums & percussion
  • Curt Bisquera- Drums & percussion
  • Marty Stuart- Guitars, bass
  • Flea- Bass
  • Lindsey Buckingham- Acoustic guitar
  • Mick Fleetwood- Percussion
  • Juliet Prater – Percussion
  • Martyn Atkins – Art Direction, photography
  • Christine Cano – Art Direction, design, photography
  • Andy Earl– Photography

Track listing:

  1. Rowboat – Beck
  2. Sea of Heartbreak – Paul Hampton and Hal David
  3. Rusty Cage – Chris Cornell
  4. The One Rose (That’s Left in My Heart) – Del Lyon and Lani McIntire
  5. Country Boy – Johnny Cash
  6. Memories Are Made of This – Richard Dehr, Terry Gilkyson and Frank Miller
  7. Spiritual – Josh Haden
  8. The Kneeling Drunkard’s Plea – Maybelle Carter, Anita Carter, Helen Carter and June Carter Cash
  9. Southern Accents – Tom Petty
  10. Mean Eyed Cat – Johnny Cash
  11. Meet Me in Heaven – Johnny Cash
  12. I Never Picked Cotton – Bobby George and Charles Williams
  13. Unchained – Jude Johnstone
  14. I’ve Been Everywhere – Geoff Mack

 

 

On November 5, 1982.

GoneTroppo

On November 5, 1982, “Dark Horse” label released “Gone Troppo”, the tenth George Harrison studio album. Harrison’s last studio album in five years, was recorded from May 5 to August 27, 1982, at the “FPSHOT” in Oxfordshire, and was produced by George Harrison, Ray Cooper and Phil McDonald.

Personnel:

  • George Harrison– vocals, guitars, synthesizer, bass, mandolin, marimba, jal-tarang
  • Ray Cooper– percussion, marimba, glockenspiel, electric piano, sound effects
  • Mike Moran– keyboards, synthesizer, piano, synthesizer bass
  • Henry Spinetti– drums
  • Herbie Flowers– bass
  • Billy Preston– organ, piano, keyboards, synthesizer, backing vocals
  • Jim Keltner– percussion, drums
  • Joe Brown– mandolin, backing vocals
  • Dave Mattacks– drums
  • Alan Jones – bass
  • Neil Larsen – piano
  • Gary Brooker– synthesizer
  • Willie Weeks– bass
  • Jon Lord– synthesizer
  • Willie Greene – backing vocals, bass voice
  • Bobby King– backing vocals
  • Vicki Brown– backing vocals
  • Pico Pena – backing vocals
  • Syreeta– backing vocals
  • Sarah Ricor – backing vocals
  • Rodina Sloan – backing vocals
  • Legs Larry Smith– art direction, design

Track listing

All compositions by George Harrison, except where noted.

  1. Wake Up My Love
  2. That’s the Way It Goes
  3. I Really Love You – Leroy Swearingen
  4. Greece
  5. Gone Troppo
  6. Mystical One
  7. Unknown Delight
  8. Baby Don’t Run Away
  9. Dream Away
  10. Circles

On November 5, 1982.

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On November 5, 1982, “Polydor Records” released “A Kiss in the Dreamhouse”, the fifth Siouxsie and the Banshees studio album. “A Kiss in the Dreamhouse” was recorded from June to August 1982, at the “Playground Studios” in Camden, “Town and Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by Siouxsie and the Banshees. In 2007, magazine “Mojo” ranked the album No.1 on its list of the “Best albums of 1982”.

Personnel:

  • Siouxsie Sioux– vocals, bells
  • Steven Severin– bass guitar, six-string bass guitar, organ
  • John McGeoch– guitar, keyboards , recorder
  • Budgie– drums, percussion, harmonica
  • Caroline Lavelle – cello
  • Anne Stephenson – violin
  • Virginia Hewes – violin
  • Mike Hedges– engineering
  • Rocking Russian – sleeve design
  • Michael Kostiff – sleeve photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Siouxsie Sioux, except where noted, all music composed by Siouxsie Sioux, Steven Severin, John McGeoch and Budgie.

  1. Cascade
  2. Green Fingers
  3. Obsession
  4. She’s a Carnival
  5. Circle
  6. Melt!
  7. Painted Bird
  8. Cocoon
  9. Slowdive

On November 4, 1996.

aphex-twin

On November 4, 1996, “Warp Records” label released “Richard D. James Album”, the fourth Richard D. James alias Aphex Twin studio album. “The Independent” and “NME” placed the album on their list of the 50 best albums of 1996. The album was produced by Richard D. James.

Personnel:

  • Me (Aphex Twin) – writer, producer, sleeve
  • Johnny Clayton – sleeve

Track listing:

All compositions by “Me” (Richard D. James).

  1. 4
  2. Cornish Acid
  3. Peek 824545201
  4. Fingerbib
  5. Carn Marth
  6. To Cure a Weakling Child
  7. Goon Gumpas
  8. Yellow Calx
  9. Girl Boy Song
  10. Logan Rock Witch

On November 4, 1991.

 

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On November 4, 1991, “WEA” label released “Shepherd Moons”, the third Enya album. It was recorded 1989 – 1991, at “Aigle Studios: in Dublin and “Sarm West Studios” in London, and was produced by Nicky Ryan. In 1993, “Shepherd Moon” won “Grammy Award” for “Best New Age Album”.

Personnel:

  • Enya– percussion, keyboards, vocals, piano
  • Andy Duncan– percussion
  • Roy Jewitt – clarinet
  • Liam O’Flynn– uillean pipes
  • Nicky Ryan– additional percussion
  • Steve Sidwell– cornet
  • Executive Producer: Rob Dickins
  • Arranger: Enya, Nicky Ryan
  • Photography: David Scheinmann

Track listing:

  1. Shepherd Moon
  2. Caribbean Blue
  3. How Can I Keep from Singing
  4. Ebudae
  5. Angeles
  6. No Holly for Miss Quin
  7. Book of Days
  8. Evacuee
  9. Lothlorien
  10. Marble Halls
  11. Afer Ventus
  12. Smaointe
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