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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 April 22, 1991.

On April 22, 1991, “Island” label released “Peggy Suicide”, the seventh Julian Cope album. It was recorded in 1990, and was produced by Julian Cope and Donald Ross Skinner.

Personnel:

  • Julian Cope (also credited as DeHarrison and Double DeHarrison) – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, bass guitar, Moog synthesizer, string synthesizer, string arrangements
  • Donald Ross Skinner – bass guitar, electric guitar, keyboards, organ, piano, drums
  • Michael “Moon-Eye” Watts – electric guitar
  • Ron Fair – piano
  • Tim Bran – Hammond organ 
  • Gorby Scott Butterworth – Moog synthesizer
  • Mark “Rooster” Cosby – drums, percussion, congas
  • J.D. Hassinger – electronic and acoustic drums, tambourine
  • Mike Joyce – drums
  • Ronnie Ross – baritone saxophone 
  • Aaf Verkade – trumpet 
  • The William Stukeley Quintet – strings 
  • Dan Levett – cello
  • Lulu Chivers, Edwina Vernon, Camilla Mayer – vocals
  • Hugo Nicolson – recording, mixing
  • Ingmar Kiang – recording
  • Tim Bran – recording
  • Tony Harris – recording
  • Paul Tipler – recording
  • Darina Roche – cover painting
  • Darren Woolford – design
  • Richard Haughton – photography

Track listing:

All tracks bu Julian Cope, except where noted.

  1. Pristeen
  2. Double Vegetation
  3. East Easy Rider
  4. Promised Land
  5. Hanging Out & Hung Up on the Line
  6. Safesurfer
  7. If You Loved me at All – Julian Cope, Donald Ross Skinner
  8. Drive, She Said
  9. Soldier Blu – Julian Cope, Donald Ross Skinner
  10. You
  11. Not Raving But Drowing
  12. Head
  13. Leperskin – Julian Cope, Donald Ross Skinner
  14. Beautiful Love
  15. Western Front 1992 CE
  16. Hung Up & Hanging Out To Dry – Julian Cope, Donald Ross Skinner, Double DeHarrison, J.D. Hassinger
  17. The American Lite – Julian Cope Donald Ross Skinner
  18.  Las Vegas Basemant

On April 6, 1991.

On April 6, 1991, “MCA Records Canada” label released “Alanis”, the debut Alanis Morissette album. It was recorded September – December 1990, at “Distortion Studios” in Ottawa, Canada, and was produced by Leslie Howe.

Personnel:

  • Alanis Morissette – lead and backing vocals
  • Leslie Howe – guitar, additional keyboards, drum programming, engineer, mixing
  • Serge Côté – keyboards
  • Frank “Fish” Levin – keyboards, strings arrangement
  • Chad Morissette – backing vocals
  • Wade Morissette – backing vocals
  • Tyley Ross – backing vocals
  • John & Peter (The Burn Bros.) – backing vocals
  • Tom “Sloppy” Saidak – backing vocals
  • Kevin “Iceman” Little – backing vocals
  • Dan “Capt. Pin” – backing vocals
  • Deane Josh Lovejoy – backing vocals
  • Sean Daley – backing vocals
  • Jenny “Frank #1” Parlier – backing vocals
  • Mr. Fish – backing vocals
  • Sal – backing vocals
  • Rick “Slick” Kumar – backing vocals
  • Martin Soldat – art direction, design
  • Dimo Safari – photography

Track listing:

  1. Feel Your Love – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe
  2. Too Hot – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe
  3. Plastic – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe, Serge Côté
  4. Walk Away – Alanis Morissete, Leslie Howe, Louise Reny, Frank Levin
  5. On My Own – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe, Serge Côté
  6. Superman – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe
  7. Jealous – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe, Serge Côté
  8. Human Touch – Alanis Morissete, Leslie Howe, Louise Reny, Frank Levin
  9. Oh Yeah – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe
  10. Party Boy – Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe

In February 1991.

In February 1991, “E.G.” label released “Ophelia’s Shadow”, the fourth Toyah Willcox studio album. It was recorded in 1990, at “Courthouse Studio” in Manchester, and was produced by Tony Arnold and Toyah Willcox.

Personnel:

  • Toyah Willcox – vocals, engineer, mixing
  • Tony Geballe – guitar, computer, engineer
  • Trey Gunn – stick, keyboards, engineer
  • Paul Beavis – drums, percussion
  • Robert Fripp – guitar, mixing
  • Keith Tippett – keyboards
  • Gordon Haskell – keyboards
  • Tony Arnold – engineer

Track listing:

  1. Ophelia’s Shadow – Trey Gunn, Toyah Willcox, Tony Geballe, Paul Beavis
  2. The Shaman Says – Tony Geballe, Toyah Willcox
  3. Brilliant Day – Toyah Willcox, Robert Fripp, Trey Gunn, Paul Beavis
  4. Prospect – Tony Geballe, Toyah Willcox
  5. Turning Tide – Tony Geballe, Toyaj Willcox
  6. Take What You Will – Paul Beavis, Tony Geballe, Trey Gunn, Toyah Willcox
  7. Ghost Light – Trey Gunn, Toyah Willcox, Tony Geballe, Paul Beavis
  8. The Woman Who Had an Affair with Herself – Tony Geballe, Toyah Willcox
  9. Homeward – Tony Geballe, Toyah Willcox
  10. Lords of the Never Known – Toyah Willcox, Robert Fripp, Trey Gunn, Paul Beavis

On October 5, 1990.

On October 5, 1990, “Giant” label released the self-titled only Hindu Love Gods album. It was recorded January – February 1987, at “Record One” in Sherman Oaks, California, “A&M Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Andrew Slater and Niko Bolas.

Personnel:

  • Warren Zevon – vocals, guitar
  • Peter Buck – guitar
  • Mike Mills – bass guitar
  • Bill Berry – drums
  • Niko Bolas – engineering
  • Richard Landers – engineering
  • Rail Jon Rogut – engineering
  • Bob Vogt – engineering

Track listing:

  1. Walkin’ Blues – Robert Johnson
  2. Travelin’ Riverside Blues – Robert Johnson
  3. Raspberry Beret – Prince Rogers Nelson
  4. Crosscut Saw – Fred Ingrahm, Bill Sanders
  5. Junko Pardner – Bob Shad
  6. Mannish Boy – Bo Diddley, Melvin London, Muddy Waters
  7. Wang Dang Doodle – Willie Dixon
  8. Battleship Chains – Terry Anderson
  9. I’m a One-Woman Man – Tillman Franks, Johnny Horton
  10. Vigilante Man – Woody Guthrie

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

On September 9, 1991.

On September 9, 1991, “4AD” label released “Home Is in Your Head”, the second His Name Is Alive studio album. It was recorded 1989 – 1990, and was produced by Ivo Watts-Russell, John Fryer and Warren Defever.

Personnel:

  • Warren Defever – guitar, pencil guitar, bass, samples
  • Karin Oliver – vocals, guitar
  • Melissa Elliott – guitar, pencil guitar
  • Jymn Auge – guitar, song
  • Denise James – vocals, song
  • Karen Neal – vocals
  • Damian Lang – drums, rainmaker, crashers, bone
  • Ivo Watts-Russell, John Fryer – mixing
  • Gus Shaw – mastering
  • Vaughan Oliver/v23 – art direction, design
  • Dominic Davies – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Warren Defever, except where noted.

  1. Are You Comin’ Down This Weekend?
  2. Her Eyes were Huge Things
  3. The Charmer
  4. Hope Called in Sick [Song of Schizophrenia, Part One]
  5. My Feathers Needed Cleaning [Song of Schizophrenia, Part Two]
  6. The Well [Song of Schizophrenia, Part Three]
  7. There’s Something Between Us and He’s Changing My Words – Bone Machine
  8. The Phoenix, a Pool of Ice
  9. Are We Still Married?
  10. Put Your Finger in Your Eye
  11. Home is in Your Head
  12. Why People Disappear
  13. Here Eyes are Huge
  14. Save the Birds
  15. Chances are We are Mad
  16. Mescalina
  17. Sitting Still Moving Still Staring Outlooking
  18. Very Bad a Bitter Hand
  19. Beautiful and Pointless
  20. Tempe
  21. Spirit and Body
  22. Love’s a Fish Eye
  23. Dreams are of the Body/The Other Body

On September 2, 2018.

On September 2, 2018, Conway Victor Savage died aged 58. He was musician (piano, organ) and singer, member of the bands Happy Orphans, The Feral Dinosaurs, and Dave Last and The Legendary Boy Kings, but was best known as piano and organ player in Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds (1990 – 1993). As leader he released three albums.