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On August 15, 1989.

On August 15, 1989, “RCA” label released “Love Among the Cannibals”, the third Starship album. It was recorded 1988 – 1989, at “ Studio 55” in Hollywood, “Record Plant Studios” and “Studio D” in Sausalito, “Different Fur” in San Francisco, “The Kiva” and “Soundcastle” in Los Angeles, “Fantasy Studios” in Berkeley, and “Maison Rouge” in London, and was produced by Mike Shipley, Larry Klein, Phil Galdston, Tom Lord-Alge, Mickey Thomas, Arne Frager, Craig Chaquico, Mark Morgan, Brett Bloomfield and Donny Baldwin.

Personnel:

  • Mickey Thomas – vocals
  • Craig Chaquico – guitars
  • Mark Morgan – keyboards
  • Brett Bloomfield – bass, backing vocals
  • Donny Baldwin – drums, backing vocals
  • Greg Shaw – electronics, trumpet
  • Pete Woodroffe – electronics
  • Sammy Merendino – electronics
  • Collyer Spreen – electronics
  • Michael Landau – additional rhythm guitar
  • Larry Klein – Fairlight programming
  • Robert John “Mutt” Lange – backing vocals
  • Tommy Funderburk – additional backing vocals
  • Chris Thompson – additional backing vocals
  • Jeff Pescetto – additional backing vocals
  • Tom Lord-Alge – additional backing vocals, engineer, mixing
  • Larry Klein – arrangements
  • Robert John “Mutt” Lange – arrangements
  • Mike Shipley – engineer, mixing
  • Arne Frager – engineer
  • Stephan Benben – engineer
  • Pete Woodroffe – additional engineering
  • Rob Beaton – additional engineering, assistant engineer
  • Tony Phillips – additional engineering
  • Mark Slagle – engineer assistant
  • Julie Last – engineer assistant
  • Randy Wine – engineer assistant
  • Greg Laney – engineer assistant
  • Tom Sadzeck – engineer assistant
  • Michael Semanick – engineer assistant
  • Greg Wilkinson – engineer assistant
  • Paula “Max” Garcia – engineer assistant
  • Jim “Watts” Vereecke – engineer assistant
  • Tom Size – engineer assistant
  • Michael Rosen – engineer assistant
  • Paul Lani – mixing
  • Joe Fiorello – mixing assistant
  • Ria Lewerke – creative director
  • Norman Moore – art direction, design
  • Taylor King – photography

Track listing:

  1. The Burn – Martin Page, Bernie Taupin
  2. It’s Not Enough – Martin Page, Tommy Funderburk
  3. Trouble in Mind – Joel Feeny, Tim Thorney, Rachel Oldfield
  4. I Didn’t Mean to Stay All Night – Robert John Lange
  5. Send a Message – Mickey Thomas, Mark Morgan, Steve Diamond
  6. Wild Again – John Bettis, Michael Clark
  7. Love Among the Cannibals – Mickey Thomas, Mark Morgan
  8. Dream Sequence / We Dream in Color – Mark Morgan, Mickey Thomas, Phil Galdston
  9. Healing Waters – Martin Page
  10. Blaze of Love – Chris Thompson, John Van Tongeren, Phil Galdston
  11. I’ll Be There – Mickey Thomas, Craig Chaquico, Steve Diamond

On August 15, 1989.

On August 15, 1989, “Music West” label released “No Blue Thing”, the fourth Ray Lynch studio album. It was recorded 1985 – 1989, at “Ray Lynch Production Studio” and “Different Fur” in San Francisco, and was produced by Ray Lynch.

Personnel:

  • Ray Lynch – keyboards, classical guitar, arrangements, mixing
  • Tom Canning – keyboards
  • Timothy Day – flute
  • Julie Ann Giacobassi – oboe, English horn
  • Amy Hiraga – violin
  • Basil Vendryes, Geraldine Walther – viola
  • David Kadarauch, Peter Wyrick – cello
  • Howard Johnson – engineer
  • Daniel Ryman – mixing
  • Bernie Grundman – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Ray Lynch.

  1. No Blue Thing
  2. Clouds Below Your Knees
  3. Here and Never Found
  4. Drifted in Deeper Land
  5. Homeward at Last
  6. Evening, Yes
  7. The True Spirit of Mom & Dad

On July 24, 1990.

On July 24, 1990, “Polydor” label released “Goodnight L.A.”, the eighth Magnum studio album. It was recorded 1989 – 1990, at “Goodnight L.A. Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Keith Olson.

Personnel:

  • Bob Catley — vocals
  • Tony Clarkin — guitar
  • Mark Stanway — keyboards
  • Wally Lowe — bass guitar
  • Mickey Barker — drums
  • Paulinho da Costa — percussion
  • Deric Dyer — saxophone
  • Tommy Funderburk — backing vocals
  • Michael Sadler — backing vocals

Tracking list:

All tracks by Tony Clarkin, except where noted.

  1. Rockin’ Chair – Tony Clarkin, Russ Ballard
  2. Mama
  3. Only a Memory
  4. Reckless Man
  5. Matter of Survival – Tony Clarkin, Russ Ballard
  6. What Kind of Love Is That – Tony Clarkin, Jim Vallance
  7. Heartbroke and Busted
  8. Shoot
  9. No Way Out – Tony Clarkin, Russ Ballard
  10. Cry for You – Tony Clarkin, Sue Shiffron
  11. Born to Be King

On June 15, 1990.

On June 15, 1990, “Blanco y Negro Records” label released “A Different Kind of Weather”, the third and final Dream Academy (The) studio album. It was recorded 1989 – 1990, and was produced by David Gilmour, Anthony Moore, Gilbert Gabriel, Nick Laird-Clowes and Steve Lambert.

Personnel:

  • Kate St. John – vocals, soprano saxophone, Cor Anglais, oboe
  • Nick Laird-Clowes – vocals, guitar, banjo, piano
  • Gilbert Gabriel – vocals, keyboards

Track listing:

All tracks by Nick Laird-Clowes and Gilbert Gabriel, except where noted.

  1. Love – John Lennon
  2. Mercy Killing
  3. Lucy September
  4. Gaby Says
  5. Waterloo
  6. Twelve-eight Angel – Nick Laird-Clowes, David Gilmour
  7. St. Valentine’s Day
  8. It’ll Never Happen Again – Tim Hardin
  9. Forest Fire
  10. Lowlands
  11. Not for Second Prize – Nick Laird-Clowes

On April 1, 1990.

On May 1, 1990, “Hurdy Gurdy Records” label released “Eliogabalus”, the second Devil Doll studio album. It was recorded December 1989 – January 1990, at “Tivoli Studios” in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and was produced by Roberto Dani and Mr. Doctor.

Personnel:

  • Mr. Doctor – vocals, organ, celesta, accordion, arranger
  • Edoardo Beato – piano, keyboards
  • Albert Dorigo – guitar
  • Bor Zuljan – guitar
  • Katia Giubbilei – violin
  • Rick Bosco – bass
  • Roberto Dani – drums, percussion
  • Jurij Toni – tuba
  • Paolo Zizich – backing vocals, duet
  • The Devil Chorus:
  • Marian Bunic
  • Breda Bunic
  • Polona Sever
  • Beti Roblek
  • Helena Pancur
  • Gregor Oblak
  • Jure Strencan
  • Borut Usenik
  • Valentina Blazinsek
  • Mr. Doctor
  • Marian Bunic – conductor

Track listing:

All lyrics by Mr. Doctor, all music by Mr. Doctor and Edoardo Beato.

  1. Mr. Doctor (The Black Holes of My Mind)
  2. Eliogabalus

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
  • Windmill Saxophone Quartet:
  • Jesse Meman – alto saxophone
  • Tom Monroe, Ken Plant – tenor saxophone
  • Clayton Englar – baritone saxophone
  • Steve Williams – drums
  • Alfredo Mojica – congas
  • Claudia Polley – vocals

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, Johnny 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 November 5, 1992.

On November 5, 1991, “Epic” label released “The Sky Is Crying”, the fifth and final Stevie Ray Vaughan studio album. It was recorded January 1984 – May 1989, at “Kiva Studios” in Memphis, Tennessee, “The Dallas Sound Lab” in Dallas, Texas, “The Power Station” in New York City, “Sound Castle Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Jimmie Vaughan, Jim Gaines, Richard Mullen, Reese Wynans, Tommy Shannon, Chris Layton, Jim Capfer, Stevie Ray Vaughan

Personnel:

  • Stevie Ray Vaughan – vocals, guitars
  • Reese Wynans – keyboards
  • Tommy Shannon – bass guitar
  • Chris Layton – drums
  • Jim Gaines – engineer
  • Robe Eaton – engineer
  • Richard Mullen – engineer, mixing
  • Evan Rush – assistant engineer
  • Jeff Powell – assistant engineer
  • Ron Cote – assistant engineer
  • Danny Jones – assistant engineer
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Arnold Levine – art direction
  • Mark Burdett – art direction
  • William Snyder – photography
  • Stephanie Chernakowski – inside photography
  • Alan Messer – band photography
  • Mark Proct – production coordinator
  • Mark Rutledge – production coordinator
  • Roger Klein – production coordinator

Track listing:

  1. Boot Hill – unknown author
  2. The Sky Is Crying – Elmore James, Morris Levy, Clarence Lewis
  3. Empty Arms – Stevie Ray Vaughan
  4. Little Wing – Jimi Hendrix
  5. Wham – Lonnie Mack
  6. May I Have a Talk with You – Chester Burnette (Howlin’ Wolf)
  7. Close to You – Willie Dixon
  8. Chitlins con Carne – Kenny Burrell
  9. So Excited – Stevie Ray Vaughan
  10. Life by the Drop – Doyle Bramhall, Barbara Logan

On October 9, 1989.

On October 9, 1989, “4AD” label released “Scar”, the debut Lush mini album. It was recorded in July 1989, at “Blackwing” in London, and was produced by John Fryer, Miki Berenyi, Emma Anderson, Steve Rippon and Chris Acland.

Personnel:

  • Miki Berenyi – lead vocals, guitar, engineer
  • Emma Anderson – guitar, backing vocals, engineer
  • Steve Rippon – bass, engineer
  • Chris Acland – drums, engineer
  • John Fryer – engineer
  • Christopher Bigg – sleeve design
  • Vaughan Oliver – sleeve design
  • Jim Friedman – photography

Track listing:

  1. Baby Talk – Miki Berenyi
  2. Thoughtforms – Emma Anderson
  3. Scarlet – Emma Anderson, Miki Berenyi
  4. Bitter – Miki Berenyi
  5. Second Sight – Miki Berenyi
  6. Etheriel – Emma Anderson, Miki Berenyi

On September 26, 2003.

On September 26, 2003, Robert Allen Palmer died aged 54. He was musician (guitar),singer, songwriter and music producer, member of bands Joe Vinegar and The Power Station. He had powerful, distinctive, gritty, soulful voice and sartorial elegance, his music combined soul, jazz, rock, pop, reggae and blues elements. Palmer had successful solo career, received a number of awards, including “ASCAP Pop Music Award” for “Most Performed Songs” (1986 and 1990), two “Grammy Awards” for “Best Male Rock Vocal Performance” (1989), “MTV Video Music Award” (1986), “Pollstar Concert Industry Awards” for “Small Hall Tour Of The Year” (1987). As leader, Palmer released 15 albums.

On September 21, 1990.

On September 21, 1990, “Absolute A Go Go Records” label released “Lawn Boy”, the second Phish album. It was recorded May – December 1989, at “Archer Studios” in Winooski, Vermont, and was produced by Trey Anastasio, Page McConnell, Mike Gordon and Jon Fishman.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio – lead vocals, guitars, arranger
  • Page McConnell – lead and backing vocals, piano, organ
  • Mike Gordon – co-lead and backing vocals, bass guitar
  • Jon Fishman – drums, vacuum cleaner, backing vocals
  • Giant Country Horns:
  • Joseph Sommerville, Jr. – trumpet
  • Dave “The Truth” Grippo – alto saxophone
  • Russell B. Remington – tenor saxophone
  • Christine Lynch – vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Trey Anastasio and Tom Marshall, except where noted.

  1. The Squirting Coil
  2. Reba – Trey Anastasio
  3. My Sweet One – Jon Fishman
  4. Split Open and Melt – Trey Anastasio
  5. The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony – Trey Anastasio
  6. Bathtub Gin – Trey Anastasio, Suzannah Goodman
  7. Run Like an Antilope – Trey Anastasio, Steve Pollak
  8. Lawn Boy
  9. Bouncing Around the Room