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On September 29, 1992.

On September 29, 1992, “Elektra” label released “Our Time in Eden”, the fifth 10,000 Maniacs studio album. It was recorded July 1991 – May 1992, at “Bearsville Studios” in Bearsville, New York, and was produced by Paul Fox.

Personnel:

  • Natalie Merchant – vocals, piano
  • Dennis Drew – Hammond organ, piano, keyboards, accordion
  • Robert Buck – acoustic and electric guitars, electric sitar, banjo, pedal and lap steel guitars, mandocello
  • Steven Gustafson – bass guitar
  • Jerome Augustyniak – drums, percussion
  • Paulinho Da Costa – percussion
  • Ralph Morrison – violin
  • Bruce Dukov – violin
  • Mary Ramsey – violin, viola
  • Pamela Goldsmith – viola
  • Larry Corbett – cello
  • Charles Fleischer – harmonica
  • Kim Laskowski – bassoon
  • Atsuko Sato – bassoon
  • James Brown – horns
  • Alfred “Pee Wee” Ellis – tenor saxophone
  • Maceo Parker – alto saxophone
  • Fred Wesley – trombone
  • Paul Buckmaster – string quartet arranger, conductor
  • Ed Thacker – engineer, mixing
  • Michael Reiter – second engineer
  • Scott Blockland – mixing (second engineer)
  • Stephen Marcussen – mastering
  • Frank Olinsky, Miss Merchant – package design
  • Rob Marinissen – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Natalie Merchant except where noted.

  1. Noah’s Dove
  2. These Are Days – Robert Buck, Natalie Merchant
  3. Eden – Jerome Augustyniak, Dennis Drew, Steven Gustafson, Robert Buck, Natalie Merchant
  4. Few and Far Between
  5. Stockton Gala Days – Jerome Augustyniak, Dennis Drew, Steven Gustafson, Robert Buck, Natalie Merchant
  6. Gold Rush Brides – Robert Buck, Natalie Merchant
  7. Jezebel
  8. How You’ve Grown
  9. Candy Everybody Wants – Dennis Drew, Natalie Merchant
  10. Tolerance
  11. Circle Dream – Jerome Augustyniak, Dennis Drew, Steven Gustafson, Robert Buck, Natalie Merchant
  12. If You Intend
  13. I’m Not the Man

On September 17, 1981.

On September 17, 1991, “Nation / Charisma” labels released “Drunk with Passion”, the fifth Golden Palominos (The) studio album. It was recorded in 1991, at “Greenpoint Studios” in Brooklyn, New York, and was produced by Anton Fier.

Personnel:

  • Carla Bley – Hammond organ
  • Robert Kidney – vocals, guitar
  • Amanda Kramer – vocals, keyboards
  • Bob Mould – vocals, guitar
  • Nicky Skopelitis – acoustic and electric guitar, dobro guitar
  • Michael Stipe – vocals
  • Richard Thompson – guitar
  • Bill Laswell – bass guitar
  • Aïyb Dieng – percussion
  • Anton Fier – drums, percussion, keyboards
  • Oz Fritz – recording
  • Tom Mark – recording
  • Steve McLoughlin – recording
  • Robert Musso – recording
  • Wes Naprstek – recording
  • Billy Youdelman – recording
  • John Yates – mixing
  • David Cook – mixing, recording
  • Mike Krowiak – mixing, recording
  • Jeff Lippay – mixing
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering
  • Vaughan Oliver – illustrations, design
  • Chris Bigg – illustrations, design

Track listing:

  1. Alive and Living Now – Anton Fier, Michael Stipe, Nicky Skopelitis
  2. The Haunting – Amanda Kramer
  3. When the Kingdom Calls – Anton Fier, Michael Stipe, Nicky Skopelitis
  4. A Sigh – Amanda Kramer, Michael Stipe, Nicky Skopelitis
  5. Thunder Cries – Amanda Kramer, Michael Stipe, Nicky Skopelitis
  6. Hands of Heaven – Amanda Kramer, Michael Stipe, Nicky Skopelitis
  7. Dying From the Inside Out – Anton Fier, Bob Mould, Nicky Skopelitis
  8. Begin to Return – Robert Kidney

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 August 24, 1992.

On August 24, 1992, “Virgin” label released the self-titled, debut Wallflowers (The) album. It was recorded 1991 -1992, and was produced by  Paul Fox, Andrew Slater, Jakob Dylan, Rami Jaffee, Tobi Miller, Barrie Maquire and Peter Yanowitz.

Personnel:

  • Jakob Dylan – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, piano
  • Rami Jaffee – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Tobi Miller – lead guitar
  • Barrie Maguire – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Peter Yanowitz – drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Jakob Dylan, except where noted.

  1. Shy of the Moon
  2. Sugarfoot
  3. Sidewalk Annie
  4. Hollywood
  5. Be Your Own Girl
  6. Another One in the Dark
  7. Ashes to Ashes
  8. After the Blackbird Sings – Jakob Dylan, Peter Yanowitz, Tobi Miller, Barrie Maguire, Rami Jaffee
  9. Somebody Else’s Money
  10. Asleep at the Wheel
  11. Honeybee
  12. For the Life of Me

On July 23, 1991.

On July 23, 1991, “Reprise” label released “Play”, the tenth Squeeze album. It was recorded in 1990, at “Wood Wharf Studios” in London, and was produced by Tony Berg.

Personnel:

  • Glenn Tilbrook – lead and backing vocals, guitars, keyboards
  • Chris Difford – guitar, backing vocals
  • Keith Wilkinson – bass, backing vocals
  • Gilson Lavis – drums
  • Tony Berg – keyboards, guitars
  • Bruce Hornsby – accordion
  • Matt Irving – keyboards
  • Steve Nieve – keyboards
  • Claudia Fontaine, Beverly Skeete, Laurence Johnson, Paul Lee – backing vocals
  • Betsy Petrie, Blanche Black, Christopher Guest, Gabriele Morgan, Mary Jo Braun, Michael McKean, Michael Penn, Steven Soles, Wendie Colter – choir
  • Jerry Hey, Bill Reichenbach, Dan Higgins, Gary Grant, Larry Williams – horns
  • Arme Garabedian, Berj Garabedian, Joel Derouin, John Acevedo, Larry Corbet, Bob Becker, Sid Page, Suzie Katayama – strings

Track listing:

All tracks by Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook.

  1. Satisfied
  2. Crying in My Sleep
  3. Letting Go
  4. The Day I Get Home
  5. The Truth
  6. House of Love
  7. Cupid’s Toy
  8. Gone to the Dogs
  9. Walk a Straight Line
  10. Sunday Street
  11. Wicked and Cruel
  12. There Is a Voice

On July 1, 1991.

On July 1, 1991, “London” label released “Forbidden Places”, the seventh studio Meat Puppets studio album. It was recorded 1990 – 1991, at “Capitol Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Pete Anderson.

Personnel:

  • Curt Kirkwood – vocals, guitar
  • Cris Kirkwood – bass, backing vocals, illustrations
  • Derrick Bostrom – drums, percussion
  • Skip Edwards – organ
  • Alex Acuña – percussion
  • Dusty Wakeman – programming, recording
  • Pete Doell – recording engineer
  • Kevin Reeves, Leslie Ann Jones, Ray Blair, Tracy Chisholm – additional engineering
  • Judy Clapp – mixing
  • Stephen Marrcussen – mastering
  • Klotz – art direction
  • Michael Lavine – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Curt Kirkwood.

  1. Sam
  2. Nail It Down
  3. This Day
  4. Open Wide
  5. Another Moon
  6. That’s How It Goes
  7. Whirlpool
  8. Popskull
  9. No Longer Gone
  10. Forbidden Places
  11. Six Gallon Pie

On June 25, 1991.

On June 25, 1991, “Arista” label released “What You See Is What You Sweat”, the thirty-third Aretha Franklin studio album. It was recorded in 1990, and was produced by Burt Bacharach, Carole Bayer Sager, David “Pic” Conley, Aretha Franklin, Michel Legrand, Oliver Leiber, Gene Lennon, Bruce Roberts, Joshua Thompson, David Townsend, Luther Vandross, Narada Michael Walden and Elliot Wolff.

Personnel:

  • Aretha Franklin – lead and background vocals, piano
  • Rick Iantosca – acoustic guitar
  • Paul Jackson Jr. – guitar
  • Dean Parks – guitar
  • Vernon Black – guitar
  • David Townsend – guitar
  • Jean-Marc Benais – guitar
  • Teddy F. White – guitar
  • Al Turner – bass guitar
  • Marcus Miller – bass guitar
  • Dominique Bertram – bass guitar
  • Rudolph Stansfield – piano
  • Thierry Eliez – piano
  • Skip Anderson – keyboards
  • Burt Bacharach – keyboards
  • Oliver Leiber – keyboards, drum programming, guitar
  • Jason Miles – keyboards
  • Louis Biancaniello – keyboards, programming
  • David Foster – keyboards, programming
  • Nat Adderley Jr. – keyboards
  • Bobby Wooten – keyboards, electric piano, drum programming, synthesizer
  • Michael Boddicker – keyboards, programming
  • Hubert Eaves III – keyboards, drum programming
  • Elliot Wolff – keyboards, drum programming
  • Joshua Thompson – keyboards, guitar, synthesizer
  • Peter Schwartz – additional keyboards
  • Charles Scales – synthesizer
  • Michel Legrand – synthesizer
  • Guy Vaughn – drum programming
  • Narada Michael Walden – drums, programming
  • Buster Marbury – drums
  • André Ceccarelli – drums
  • Paulinho da Costa – percussion
  • Larry Fratangelo – percussion
  • Larry Williams – programming
  • Franck Thore – Pan pipes
  • Onita Sanders – harp
  • Candy Dulfer – saxophone
  • David Boruff – saxophone
  • Gene Lennon – programming
  • Cindy Mizelle – background vocals
  • Jesse Richardson – background vocals
  • Sandra Feva – background vocals
  • Brenda Corbett – background vocals
  • Fonzi Thornton – background vocals
  • Diane Green – background vocals
  • Sherry Fox – background vocals
  • Portia Griffin – background vocals
  • Margaret Branch – background vocals
  • Jarvis Barker – background vocals
  • Nikita Germaine – background vocals
  • Skyler Jett – background vocals
  • Jeanie Tracy – background vocals
  • Tony Lindsay – background vocals
  • Gwen Guthrie – background vocals
  • Tawatha Agee – background vocals
  • Donna Davis – background vocals
  • Marj Harber – background vocals
  • Esther Ridgeway – background vocals
  • Gloria Ridgeway – background vocals
  • Gracie Ridgeway – background vocals
  • Clive Davis – executive producer

Track listing:

  1. Everyday people – Sly Stone
  2. Ever Changing Times – Burt Bacharach, Bill Conti, Carole Bayer Sager
  3. What You See Is What You Sweat – David Conley, Derrick Culler, Gene Lennon, Joshua Thompson
  4. Mary Goes Round – Elliot Wolff, Oliver Leiber
  5. I Dreamed a Dream – Alain Boubill, Herbert Kretzmer, Jean Marc Natel, Claude Michel Schonberg
  6. Someone’s Else’s Eyes – Bruce Roberts, Burt Bacharach, Bayer Sager
  7. Doctor’s Orders – Luther Vandross, Hubert Eaves III
  8. You Can’t Take Me for Granted – Aretha Franklin
  9. What You Give – Aretha Franklin
  10. Everyday People (Shep Pettibone Remix) – Sly Stone

On June 24, 1991.

On June 24, 1991, “Virgin” label released “Beyond Recall”, the twenty-third Klaus Schulze album. It was recorded August – September 1990, and was produced by Klaus Schulze.

Personnel:

  • Klaus Schulze – synthesizers, electronics, programming

Track listing:

All tracks by Klaus Schulze.

  1. Gringo Nero
  2. Trancess
  3. Brave Old Sequence
  4. The Big Fall
  5. Airlights

On June 17, 1992.

On June 17, 1992, “Elektra” label released “Brasileiro”, the 37th Sérgio Mendes album. It was recorded April – October 1991, and was produced by Sérgio Mendes. In 1993, “Brasileiro” won “Grammy Award” for “Best World Music Album”.

Personnel:

  • Sérgio Mendes – lead and background vocals, keyboards, synthesizer, percussion, arranger, liner notes
  • Hermeto Pascoal – keyboards, arranger
  • Alfredo Moura – keyboards, synthesizer, arranger, horn arrangements, background vocals
  • Eric Persing – keyboards, keyboards programming, synthesizer, synthesizer horn, arranger
  • Robbie Buchanan – keyboards, synthesizer
  • Russell Ferrante – keyboards, synthesizer
  • Jovino Santos Neto – keyboards
  • Paul Jackson Jr. – guitar
  • Claudio Jorge – acoustic guitar
  • Guinga – acoustic guitar
  • Jimmy Johnson – bass
  • Nathan East – bass
  • Itibere Zwarg – bass
  • Jeff Porcaro – drums
  • Tião Neto – lead and background vocals, percussion
  • Vai Quem Vem – percussion, background vocals
  • Michael Shapiro – drums, percussion, background vocals
  • Marcio Bahia – drums
  • Carmen Alice – vocals, percussion
  • Sinhô – percussion
  • Zeca – percussion
  • Jair Rodrigues – percussion
  • Beloba – percussion
  • Alexandre Guedes – percussion
  • Meia Noite – percussion
  • Fabio Pascoal – percussion
  • Pernambuco – percussion
  • Mario Conceicao – percussion
  • Luis Conte – percussion
  • Paulo Dias – percussion
  • Gustavo Di Dalva – percussion
  • Alceu Do Cavaco – cavaquinho
  • Steve Tavaglione – flute, oboe, saxophone
  • Carlos Malta – flute, saxophone
  • Jerry Moore – tenor saxophone
  • Carlinhos Brown – vocals, background vocals, percussion, arranger
  • Francisca Maria Monjardim – vocals, background vocals
  • Leila Monjardim – vocals, background vocals
  • Jurema Silva – vocals, background vocals
  • Jussara Silva – vocals, background vocals
  • Leo Silva – vocals, background vocals
  • Robson Silva – vocals, background vocals
  • Lourenco Olegario – vocals, background vocals
  • Joe Pizzulo – vocals, background vocals
  • Karla Preito – vocals, background vocals
  • Carol Rogers – vocals, background vocals
  • Gracinha Leporace – vocals, background vocals
  • Kevyn Lettau – vocals, background vocals
  • Cláudio Nucci – vocals
  • João Bosco – vocals
  • Kleber Jorge – background vocals
  • Vivian Manso – background vocals
  • Carolina Sabino – background vocals
  • Moogie Canazio – arranger, engineer
  • Luis Quine – assistant engineer
  • Paul Scriver – assistant engineer
  • Michael Aarvold – assistant engineer
  • Elaine Anderson – assistant engineer
  • Ivan Carvalho – assistant engineer
  • Lee Kaiser – assistant engineer
  • Bruce Swedien – arranger, mixing
  • Bernie Grundman – mastering
  • John Heiden – art direction, design
  • David Bither – art direction
  • Heitor Dos Prazeres – paintings
  • George Holz – photography
  • Sonia Ives – photography
  • Chris McGowan – liner notes

Track listing:

  1. Fanfarra – Carlinhos Brown
  2. Magalenha – Carlinhos Brown
  3. Indiado – Carlinhos Brown
  4. What Is This? – Carmen Alice
  5. Lua Soberana – Vítor Martins, Ivan Lins
  6. Sambadouro – Vítor Martins, Ivan Lins
  7. Senhoras Do Amazonas – Antonio Carlos Belchior, João Bosco
  8. Kalimba – Vítor Martins, Ivan Lins
  9. Barabare – Paulinho Camafeu, Edmundo Caruso, Carlinhos Brown
  10. Esconjuros – Aldir Blanc, Carlos “Guinga” Escobar
  11. Pipoca – Hermeto Pascoal
  12. Magano – Carlinhos Brown
  13. Chorado – Aldir Blanc, Carlos “Guinga” Escobar
  14. Fanfarra (Despedida) – Carlinhos Brown

On June 10, 1991.

On June 10, 1991, “Chrysalis” label released “The Big Wheel”, the seventh Runrig album. It was recorded in 1990, at “Castlesound Studios” in Pencaitland, Scotland, and was produced by Chris Harley.

Personnel:

  • Donnie Munro – lead vocals
  • Malcolm Jones – guitars, banjo, accordion
  • Peter Wishart – keyboards
  • Rory Macdonald – vocals, bass guitar
  • Iain Bayne – drums, percussion
  • Calum Macdonald – percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Calum Macdonald and Rory Macdonald.

  1. Headlights
  2. Healer in Your Heart
  3. Abhainn an t-Sluaigh (The Crowded River)
  4. Always the Winner
  5. This Beautiful Pain
  6. An Cuibhle Mòr (The Big Wheel)
  7. Edge of the World
  8. Hearthammer
  9. I’ll Keep Coming Home
  10. Flower of the West