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On June 20, 1989.

On June 20, 1989, “Slash” and “Reprise” labels released “The Real Thing”, the third Faith No More studio album. It was recorded December 1988 – January 1989, at “Studio D” in Sausalito, California, and was produced by Matt Wallace, Mike Bordin, Roddy Bottum, Bill Gould, James Martin and Mike Patton.

Personnel:

  • Mike Patton – vocals
  • James Martin – guitars
  • Roddy Bottum – keyboards
  • Mike Bordin – drums
  • Bill Gould – bass
  • Matt Wallace – engineer
  • Jim “Watts” Vereecke – assistant engineer
  • Craig Doubet – assistant engineer
  • John Golden – mastering
  • Jeff Price – artwork
  • Terry Robertson – CD design
  • Lendon Flanagon – photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Mike Patton, all music by Bill Gould and Roddy Bottum, except where noted.

  1. From Out of Nowhere
  2. Epic – Bill Gould, Roddy Bottun, James Martin, Mike Bordin
  3. Falling to Pieces – Bill Gould, Roddy Bottum, James Martin
  4. Surprise! You’re Dead! – lyrics by Mike Patton, James Martin, music by James Martin
  5. Zoombie Easters – music by Mike Patton, Bill Gould, James Martin, Mike Bordin
  6. The Real Thing –  lyrics by Mike Patton, Bill Gould, music by Bill Gould, Roddy Bottum
  7. Underwater Love
  8. The Morning After – music by Bill Gould, James Martin, Roddy Bottum
  9.  Woodpecker from Mars – music by James Martin, Roddy Bordin

On June 18, 1989.

On June 18, 1989, “Ariola” label released “Em Toda Parte”, the second Violeta de Outono album. It was recorded in 1989, at “RCA Studios”, “Estudios Da BMG Ariola-SP”, “OBJ Studios, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and was produced by R.H. Jackson and Fabio Golfetti, Cláudio Souza and Angelo Pastorello.

Personnel:

  • Fabio Golfetti – vocals, guitar, mixing, artwork, design
  • Angelo Pastorello – bass, design
  • Cláudio Souza – drums, design
  • Stelio Carlini, Walter Lima – recording
  • Gunther Kibelkstis – recording supervisor
  • A. Pastorello – photography
  • Klaus Mitteldorf – photography
  • Rene Ferri – liner notes

Track listing:

  1. Rinoceronte na Montanha de Geleia
  2. Em Toda Parte
  3. Vênus
  4. Aqui e Agora
  5. Outra Manhã
  6. Ilhas
  7. Terra Distante
  8. Dança
  9. Lunática

In May 1989.

In May 1989, “Fontana” label released “Cloudland”, the seventh Pere Ubu studio album. It was recorded in 1989, and was produced by Paul Hamann, Stephen Hague and Daniel Miller.

Personnel:

  • David Thomas – vocals
  • Jim Jones – guitar, backing vocals
  • Allen Ravenstine – EML synthesizers, backing vocals
  • Tony Maimone – bass, backing vocals
  • Chris Cutler – drums
  • Scott Krauss – drums
  • Stephen Hague – keyboards

Track listing:

  1. Breath
  2. Race the Sun
  3. Cry
  4. Why Go It Alone?
  5. Waiting for Mary
  6. Ice Cream Truck
  7. Bus Called Happiness
  8. Monday Night
  9. Love Love Love
  10. Lost Nation Road
  11. Fire
  12. Nevada!
  13. The Wire
  14. Flat
  15. The Waltz
  16. Pushin’

On May 8, 1988.

On May 8, 1989, Phish self-released “Junta” band’s debut album (cassette). It was recorded in 1988, at “Euphoria Sound Studios” in Revere, Massachusetts, and was produced by Trey Anastasio, Page McConnell, Mike Gordon and Jon Fishman.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio – vocals, guitars
  • Page McConnell – vocals, keyboards
  • Mike Gordon – vocals, bass guitar
  • Jon Fishman – vocals, drums, trombone
  • Gordon Hookailo – engineer
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Michael F. Mills – design
  • Jim Pollock – artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by Trey Anastasio, except where noted.

  1. Fee
  2. You Enjoy Myself
  3. Esther
  4. Golgi Apparatus – Trey Anastasio, Tom Marshall, Bob Szuter, Aaron Woolf
  5. Foam
  6. Dinner and a Movie – Trey Anastasio, Steve Pollak
  7. The Divided Sky
  8. David Bowie
  9. Fluffhead – Trey Anastasio, Steve Pollak
  10. Fluff’s Travels
  • Part 1: Fluff’s Travels
  • Part 2: The Chase
  • Part 3: Who do? We do!
  • Part 4: Clod
  • Part 5: Bundle of Joy
  • Part 6: Arrival 11. Contact – Mike Gordon

On April 13, 1990.

On April 13, 1990, “Lookout Records” label released “39/Smooth” the debut Green Day studio album. It was recorded December 1989 – January 1990, at “Art of Ears” in San Francisco, and was produced by Andy Ernst, Billie Joe Armstring, Mike Sirnt and John Kiffmeyer.

  • Billie Joe Armstrong – lead vocals, guitar
  • Mike Dirnt – bass, backing vocals
  • John Kiffmeyer – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Andy Ernst –  engineer
  • John Golden – mastering
  • Susie Grant – front cover photo
  • Jesse Michaels – artwork
  • Pat Hynes – artwork, graphic design, layout design
  • Chris Appelgren, Aaron Cometbus, Rich Gargano; David Hayes – artwork
  • Murray Bowles; Arica Pelino – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, and John Kiffmeyer except when noted.

  1. At the Library
  2. Don’t Leave Me
  3. I Was There – lyrics by John Kiffmeyer
  4. Disappearing Boy
  5. Green Day
  6. Going to Pasalacqu
  7. 16
  8. Road to Acceptance
  9. Rest
  10. The Judge’s Daughter

On April 2, 1990.

On April 2, 1990, “Parlaphone” label released “Groovy, Laidback and Nasty” the ninth Cabaret Voltaire studio album. It was recorded in 1989, and was produced by James Reynolds, Robert Gordon, Mark Brydon, Marshall Jefferson, Stephen Mallinder and Richard H. Kirk.

Personnel:

  • Stephen Mallinder – vocals, keyboards, programming
  • Richard H. Kirk – keyboards, programming
  • Herb Lawson – guitar
  • David Josias – percussion
  • Glenn Morimoto – trumpet
  • Paris Brightledge, Bob Bono (Robert Bond) – vocals
  • Marshall Jefferson – vocals
  • Ten City – vocals
  • Steel – rap
  • Lorita Grahame – vocals
  • Deborah Haslam – vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Richard H. Kirk and Stephen Mallinder, except where noted.

  1. Searchin’ – Richard H. Kirk, Stephen Mallinder, Marshall Jefferson
  2. Hypnotised
  3. Minute by Minute
  4. Runaway
  5. Keep On (I Got This Feeling)
  6. Magic – Richard H. Kirk, Stephen Mallinder, Marshall Jefferson
  7. Time Beats
  8. Easy Life

On March 4, 1989.

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.

Personnel:

  • 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

Track listing:

All lyrics by Mark Shaw, all music by Mark Shaw, Chris Youdell, Robert Downes, Scott Taylor, Jason Stainthorpe and Steve Wren, except where noted.

  1. Big Area
  2. What Does It Takes – Sandy Stuart, David Munday
  3. You Ought to Know
  4. Song for the Brokenhearted
  5. Darkest Hour – Mark Shaw, Scott Taylor, Chris Youdell
  6. Reeling
  7. Where You Lie
  8. Sugar Box
  9. Helpless
  10. Under Fire

On March 1, 1994.

On March 1, 1994, “Mapleshade” label released “Masters from Different Worlds”, the 32nd Clifford Jordan album. It was recorded in December 1989, at “Mapleshade Studios” in Upper Marlboro, MD, and was produced by Fred Kaplan and Pierre Sprey.

Personnel:

  • Clifford Jordan – soprano and tenor saxophone
  • Ran Blake – piano
  • Julian Priester – trombone
  • Claudia Polley – vocals
  • Windmill Saxophone Quartet:
  • Jesse Meman – alto saxophone
  • Tom Monroe, Ken Plant – tenor saxophone
  • Clayton Englar – baritone saxophone
  • Steve Williams – drums
  • Alfredo Mojica – congas

Track listing:

  1. Something to Live For – Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn
  2. A Touch of Evil – Ran Blake
  3. Arline – Ran Blake
  4. Laura – David Raksin, Jihnny Mercer
  5. Short Life of Barbara Monk – Ran Blake
  6. Vanguard – Ran Blake
  7. Julia – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  8. Wives and Lovers – Burt Bacharach, Hal David
  9. Doug’s Prelude – Clifford Jordan
  10. Mood Indigo – Duke Ellington, Barney Bigard, Irving Mills

On January 25, 1990.

On January 25, 1990, “RTS” label released “Ogan pod zvezdite”, the debut Memorija album. It was recorded November – December 1989, at “M-2 Studio” at “MRTV”, in Skopje, Macedonia, and was produced by Valentino Skenderovski.

Personnel:

  • Petar Georgievski – bass, arranger
  • Apostol “Poce” Ikonomov – vocals
  • Bane Popovic – guitar
  • Ico Jovkovski – guitar
  • Dean Kuzmanovski – keyboards
  • Valentino Skenderovski – keyboards
  • Antonio Dimitrievski – drums
  • Tase Panajotov – engineer
  • Zoran “Koka” Krajacic – artwork
  • Gorgi “Zorz” Hristovski – photography
  • Dimitar Masevski – executive producer

Track listing:

All music and lyrics by Petar Georgievski, except where noted.

  1. Bejbi Bejbi – lyrics by Antonio Dimitrievski
  2. Shushki
  3. Ogan pod zvezdite
  4. Ulicarka
  5. Probaj da gi zatvoris ocite – lyrics by Aleksandar Stefanovski
  6. Srekna Nova
  7. Odam za sekogash
  8. Nena
  9. Grad

On January 16, 2021.

On January 16, 2021, Harvey Phillip Spector died aged 81. He was musician (guitar, piano), vocalist, songwriter and music producer. He developed music production “Wall of Sound”, he described as “Wagnerian approach to rock and roll”. Spector started the music career as member of the band Teddy Bears, at age of 21 he co-founded “Philles Records” and became the youngest ever US label owner to that point. In the 60’s he wrote songs or produced music for The Ronettes, The Crystals, Ike & Tina Turner, produced Beatles album “Let It Be”, and few solo John Lennon and George Harrison recordings. He also worked with Leonard Cohen, Bob B. Soxx & the Blue Jeans, Darlene Love, Ronnie Spector, The Wrecking Crew, The Righteous Brothers, and The Ramones. In 1973 Spector won “Grammy Award for Album of the Year” for co-producing Harrison’s “Concert for Bangladesh”, in 1989 he was inducted into the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”, and in 1997 he was inducted into the “Songwriters Hall of Fame”. In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine ranked him at number 63 on their list of “The Greatest Artists in History”.In 2009, he was convicted for the 2003 murder of the actress Lana Clarkson and sentenced to 19 years to life in prison, where he died.