On September 9, 1985.

Miles Davis - You're under arrest

On September 9, 1985, “Columbia” label released Miles Davis album “You’re under arrest”.  It was recorded January 1984 – January 1985 at “Record Plant Studio” in New York City , and was produced by Miles Davis and Robert Irving III. The album features Davis’ interpretations of two contemporary pop songs: Cyndi Lauper’s “Time After Time” and Michael Jackson’s “Human Nature”


  • Miles Davis – trumpet, synthesizer, Police Voices, Davis Voices
  • John McLaughlin – guitar
  • John Scofield – guitar
  • Bob Berg – soprano saxophone,tenor saxophone
  • Al Foster – drums
  • Vince Wilburn, Jr – drums
  • Robert Irving III – synthesizers, celesta, organ, clavinet
  • Darryl Jones – bass
  • Steve Thorton – percussion, Spanish voice
  • Sting (credited as Gordon Sumner) – French policeman’s voice
  • Marek Olko – Polish voice
  • James “J.R.” Prindiville – handcuffs

Track listing:

  1. One Phone Call / Street Scenes – Miles Davis
  2. Human Nature – John Bettis, Steve Porcaro
  3. MD 1 / Something’s on your mind / MD 2 – Miles Davis, Hubert Eaves III, James “D-Train” Williams
  4. Morrisine – Miles Davis, Morrisine Tynes Irving, Robert Irving III
  5. Katia Prelude – Miles Davis and Robert Irving III
  6. Katia – Miles Davis and Robert Irving III
  7. Time After Time – Cyndi Lauper and Rob Hyman
  8. You’re Under Arrest – John Scofield
  9. Jean Pierre / You’re Under Arrest / Then There Were One – Miles Davis, Robert Irving III, John Scofield

On September 9, 1971.


On September 9, 1971, “Apple” label released “Imagine”, the second John Lennon solo studio album. It was recorded February – July , 1971 at the “Ascot Sound Studios”, Surrey; “Abbey Road Studios”, London and “Record Plant” in New York City, and was produced by John Lennon, Yoko Ono and Phil Spector. The album features the track “Imagine”, one of Lennon’s most popular compositions. The album was ranked at number 80 on the “Rolling Stone” magazine’s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.


  • John Lennon– vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, piano; whistling; ;harmonica
  • George Harrison– electric and slide guitar; dobro
  • Nicky Hopkins– piano; electric piano
  • Klaus Voormann– bass, upright bass
  • Alan White– drums; Tibetan cymbals; vibraphone
  • Jim Keltner– drums
  • Jim Gordon– drums
  • King Curtis– saxophone
  • John Barham– harmonium; vibraphone
  • John Tout- piano
  • Ted Turner, Rod Linton – acoustic guitars
  • Joey Molland, Tom Evans– acoustic guitars
  • Rod Linton, Andy Davis – acoustic guitars
  • The Flux Fiddlers– orchestral strings
  • Phil Spector– backing vocals
  • Michael Pinder– tambourine
  • Steve Brendell – upright bass; maracas

All tarcks by John Lennon, except “Oh My Love” by John Lennon and Yoko Ono.

  1. Imagine
  2. Crippled Inside
  3. Jealous Guy
  4. It’s So Hard
  5. I Don’t Wanna be a Soldier
  6. Gimme Some Truth
  7. Oh My Love
  8. How Do You Sleep?
  9. How?
  10. Oh Yoko!


On September 7, 1987.


On September 7, 1987, “EMI” label released ”A Momentary Lapse of Reason”, the thirteenth Pink Floyd studio album.  It was recorded October 1986 – May 1987, and was produce by Bob Ezrin and David Gilmour. The album features David Gilmour’s material recorded for his third solo album and is recorded together with two Pink Floyd original members, drummer Nick Mason and keyboardist Richard Wright. “Momentary lapse of reason” is the first Pink Floyd album since the departure of bass guitarist, singer, and songwriter Roger Waters in December 1985.


  • David Gilmour– guitars, vocals, keyboards, sequencers
  • Nick Mason– drums, sound effects
  • Richard Wright– pianos, vocals, Kurzweil, Hammond organ
  • Bob Ezrin– keyboards, percussion, sequencers
  • Tony Levin– bass guitar, Chapman Stick
  • Jim Keltner– drums
  • Steve Forman – percussion
  • Jon Carin– keyboards
  • Tom Scott– alto saxophone, soprano saxophone
  • Scott Page– tenor saxophone
  • Carmine Appice– drums
  • Patrick Leonard– synthesizers
  • Bill Payne– Hammond organ
  • Michael Landau– guitar
  • John Helliwell– saxophone
  • Darlene Koldenhoven– backing vocals
  • Carmen Twillie – backing vocals
  • Phyllis St. James – backing vocals
  • Donnie Gerrard – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Signs of Life – David Gilmour, Bob Ezrin
  2. Learning to Fly – David Gilmour, Moore, Bob Ezrin, Jon Carin
  3. The Dogs of War – David Gilmour, Moore
  4. One Slip – David Gilmour, Phil Manzanera
  5. On the Tuning Away – David Gilmour and Moore
  6. Yet Another Movie / Round and Around – David Gilmour,  Patrick Leonard
  7. A New Machine Part 1 – David Gilmour
  8. Terminal Frost – David Gilmour
  9. A New Machine Part 2 – David Gilmour
  10. Sorrow – David Gilmour

On September 7, 1987.

Pet Shop Boys - Actually

On September 7, 1987, “Parlaphone” label released “Actually”, the second Pet Shop Boys studio album . It was recorded 1986–1987 at “Sarm West Studios”,“Advision Studios” in London, and was produced by Pet Shop Boys, Stephen Hague, Julian Mendelesohn, Andy Richards, Shep Pettibone and David Jacob.


  • Neil Tennant
  • Chris Lowe
  • Andy Richards– Fairlight CMI and keyboard programming
  • Dusty Springfield– vocals
  • J. Jeczalik– Fairlight CMI programming
  • Gary Maughan – additional programming
  • Angelo Badalamenti– orchestra arrangement
  • Blue Weaver– Fairlight CMI programming
  • Adrian Cook – programming

Track listing:

All tracks by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe except where noted.

  1. One More Chance – Neil Tennant, Chris Lowe, Bobby Orlando
  2. What Have I Done to Deserve This? – Neil Tennant, Chris Lowe, Allee Willlis
  3. Shopping
  4. Rent
  5. Hit Music
  6. It Couldn’t Happen Here
  7. It’s a Sin
  8. I Want to Wake Up
  9. Heart
  10. King of Cross


On Septemeber 7, 1979.

The PleasurePrinciple

On September 7, 1979, “Beggars Banquet” label released “The Pleasure principle”, the debut solo album by Gary Numan. The album material was recorded in the first half of 1979 at the “Marcus Music AB”, London, and was produced by Gary Numan.


  • Gary Numan– vocals, keyboards (Minimoog, Polymoog, ARP Odyssey), synthetic percussion
  • Paul Gardiner– bass
  • Chris Payne– keyboards (Minimoog, Polymoog, piano), viola
  • Cedric Sharpley– drums, percussion
  • Billy Currie– fadeout violin
  • Garry Robson– backing vocals

All compositions by Gary Numan.

  1. Airlane
  2. Metal
  3. Complex
  4. Films
  5. E.
  6. Tracks
  7. Observer
  8. Conversation
  9. Cars
  10. Engineers


On September 7, 1979.


On September 7, 1979, “Polydor” label released “Join Hands”, the second Siouxsie and the Banshees studio album. It was recorded May – June 1979 at the “AIR Studios” in London, and was produced by Nils Stevenson and Mike Stavrou. This was the last album with the band’s first recorded lineup, as guitarist John McKay and drummer Kenny Morrisquit the group after its recording.


  • Siouxsie Sioux– vocals, piano
  • Steven Severin– bass guitar
  • John McKay– guitar, saxophone
  • Kenny Morris– drums, percussion

All lyrics by Siouxsie Sioux, except where noted, all music by Siouxsie and the Banshees (Sioux, Steven Severin, John McKay, Kenny Morris), except where noted.

  1. Poppy Day
  2. Regal Zone
  3. Placebo Effect
  4. Icon
  5. Premature Burial
  6. Playground Twist
  7. Mother / Oh Mein Papa – Siouxie Sioux, John Turner, Siouxie and the Bnashees, Paul Burkhard
  8. The Lord’s Prayer – traditional, Siouxie Sioux

On September 7, 1973.


On September 7, 1973, “DiscReet” label released “Over-Nite Sensation”, the seventeenth Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention studio album. It was recorded March – June 1973, at “Bolic Sound”, Inglewood and “Whitney Studios”, Glendale, and was produced by Frank Zappa.


  • Frank Zappa– guitar, vocals
  • Kin Vassy– vocals
  • Ricky Lancelotti– vocals
  • Sal Marquez – trumpet, vocals
  • Ian Underwood– clarinet, flute, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone
  • Bruce Fowler– trombone
  • Ruth Underwood– percussion, marimba, vibraphone
  • Jean-Luc Ponty– violin, baritone violin
  • George Duke– synthesizer, keyboards
  • Tom Fowler– bass
  • Ralph Humphrey – drums
  • Tina Turner and the Ikettes – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Frank Zappa.

  1. Camarillo Brillo
  2. I’m the Slime
  3. Dirty Love
  4. Fifty-Fifty
  5. Zomby Woof
  6. Dinah-Moe-Humm
  7. Montana



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