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On July 6, 1993.

On July 6, 1993, “Rhino” label released “No World Order”, the fourteenth Todd Rundgren studio album. It was recorded 1992 – 1993, and was produced by Todd Rundgren.

Personnel:

  • Todd Rundgren – performer
  • Danny O’Connor, Jean Lannen – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Todd Rundgren.

  1. Worldwide Epiphany
  2. No World Order
  3. Worldwide Epiphany
  4. Day Job
  5. Property
  6. Fascist Christ
  7. Love Thing
  8. Time Stood Still
  9. Proactivity
  10. No World Order
  11. Worldwide Epiphany
  12. Time Stood Still
  13. Love Thing
  14. Time Stood Still
  15. Word Made Flesh
  16. Fever Broke

On July 5, 1994.

On July 5, 1994, “Play It Again Sam” label released “Hot Boxing”, the second Magnapop studio album. It was recorded in August 1993 at “Pedernales Recording Studio” in Austin, Texas, “Bosstown Studios” in Atlanta, Georgia, and was produced by Bob Mould.

Personnel:

  • Linda Hopper – lead vocals
  • Ruthie Morris – guitar, backing vocals
  • Shannon Mulvaney – bass guitar
  • David McNair – drums
  • Jim Wilson – engineer
  • David Collins – remastering
  • Valerie Raimonde – design
  • Ruth Leitman – art direction, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Linda Hopper and Ruthie Morris.

  1. Slowly, Slowly
  2. Texas
  3. Lay It Down
  4. Here It Comes
  5. Piece of Cake
  6. Free Mud
  7. Leo
  8. The Crush
  9. Ride
  10. In the Way
  11. Idiot Song
  12. Get It Right
  13. Emergency
  14. Skinburns

On June 17, 1994.

On June 17, 1994, “Güt / For Life Music” labels released “Sweet Revenge”, the tenth Ryuichi Sakamoto album. It was recorded in 1993, at “11-K Studios”, “Clindton Studios”, “Unique Studios”, “Skyline Studios”, “Right Track Studios” in New York City, “Paradise Studios”, “Sedic Studios” in Tokyo, and “Metropolis Studios”, “Westside Studios” in London, and was produced by Ryuichi Sakamoto.

Personnel:

  • Ryuichi Sakamoto – vocals, keyboards, percussion, programming
  • Amadeo Pace – guitar
  • Romero Lubambo – guitar
  • Hiroshi Takano – guitar
  • Lawrence Feldman – bass clarinet
  • Cyro Baptista – percussion
  • David Nadien – string section leader
  • J-Me – vocals
  • Vivien Sessoms – vocals
  • Holly Johnson – vocals
  • Latasha Natasha Diggs – vocals
  • Paul Alexander – vocals
  • Arto Lindsay – vocals
  • Roddy Frame – vocals
  • Miki Imai – vocals
  • Towa Tei – programming
  • Satoshi Tomiie – programming, arrangements
  • Jean-Baptiste Mondino – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Ryuichi Sakamoto.

  1. Tokyo Story
  2. Moving On
  3. 二人の果て
  4. Regret
  5. Pounding At My Heart
  6. Love and Hate
  7. Sweet Revenge
  8. 7 Seconds
  9. Anna
  10. Same Dream, Same Destination
  11. Psychedelic Afternoon
  12. Interruptions
  13. 君と僕と彼女のこと

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 May 11, 1993.

On May 11, 1993, “Giant Records” label released “The Vanishing Race”, the twelfth Air Supply album. It was recorded in 1993, at “Trax Recording Studios” in Hollywood, “Ground Control Studios” and “Sunset Sound” in Los Angeles, “Chartmaker Studios” in Malibu, US, and was produced by Humberto Gatica.

Personnel:

  • Russell Hitchcock – lead and backing vocals
  • Graham Russell – lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, piano, arrangements
  • Michael Thompson – electric guitar
  • Tim Pierce – electric guitar
  • Dean Parks – acoustic guitar
  • Guy Allison – keyboards, piano, programming
  • Simon Franglen – Synclavier, Synclavier programming
  • Rick Hahn – keyboard programming, drum programming
  • Robbie Buchanan – keyboards
  • Claude Gaudette – keyboards, Moog bass, drum programming
  • Brad Buxer – keyboards, percussion programming
  • Billy Sherwood – 8-string and 5-string bass
  • Leland Sklar – bass guitar
  • Neil Stubenhaus – bass guitar
  • Clifford Rehrig – stick bass
  • Michael Baird – drums
  • Vinnie Colaiuta – drums
  • Rafael Padilla – percussion
  • Paulinho Da Costa – percussion
  • Steve Tavaglione – saxophone
  • Anita Sherman – backing vocals
  • Jessica Williams – backing vocals
  • Warren Wiebe – backing vocals
  • Quiltman – backing vocals, Indian chant and prayer
  • Michael Sherwood – backing vocals
  • Humberto Gatica – engineer, mixing
  • Felipe Elgueta – engineer, producer assistant
  • Alejandro Rodriguez – mixing assistant
  • George Marino – mastering
  • Brett-Livingstone Strong – artwork
  • Dean Armstrong – photography
  • Graham Russell – executive producer
  • Tony DeFranco – production coordinator

Track listing:

  1. It’s Never Too Late – Graham Russell, Michael Sherwood
  2. Faith – Rick Hahn, George Thatcher
  3. Kiss Me Like You Mean It – Graham Russell, Guy Allison, Clifford Rehrig
  4. Evidence of Love – Steve Diamond, Chris Farron
  5. Goodbye – David Foster, Linda Thompson
  6. The Vanishing Race – Graham Russell, Larry Antonino, Michael Sherwood
  7. Don’t Tell Me – Graham Russell, Jimmy Haun, Michael Sherwood
  8. Too Sentimental – Brad Buxer, Graham Russell
  9. I Remember Love – Graham Russell, Michael Sherwood
  10. I’ll Be Thinking of You – Graham Russell

On May 10. 1993.

On May 10, 1993, “Virgin” label released the self-titled, debut Brother Cane album. It was recorded 1992 – 1993, at “Airwave Studios” in Birmingham, AL, “Record Plant” in Hollywood, “Rumbo Recordings” in Canoga Park, CA, and was produced by Marti Frederiksen and Jim Mitchell.

Personnel:

  • Damon Johnson – lead vocals, guitar
  • Roman Glick – guitar, backing vocals
  • Glenn Maxey – bass, backing vocals
  • Scott Collier – drums, percussion
  • Stephen Hanks – backing vocals
  • Chuck Leavell – piano, organ
  • Luenett McElroy – backing vocals
  • Marc Phillips – keyboards
  • Topper Price – harmonica
  • Susan Snedecor – backing vocals
  • Jim Mitchell – engineer, mixing
  • Lee Bargeron – engineer
  • Shawn Berman – engineer
  • George Marino – mastering
  • Lee Peltier – art direction
  • Tom Dolan – design
  • Dennis Keeley – photography

Track listing:

  1. Got No Shame – Damon Johnson, Marti Frederiksen
  2. Hard Act to Follow – Damon Johnson, Marti Frederiksen
  3. How Long – Roman Glick, Glenn Maxey, Scott Collier, Damon Johnson, Marti Frederiksen
  4. Don’t You Turn Your back on Me – Damon Johnson, Marti Frederiksen
  5. Woman – Parthenon Huxley, Damon Johnson
  6. Pressure – West Arkeen, Damon Johnson, Roman Glick
  7. The Last Time – Damon Johnson, Roman Glick
  8. The Road – Damon Johnson, Marti Frederiksen
  9. That Don’t Satisfy Me – Damon Johnson
  10. Stone’s Throw Away – Damon Johnson, Roman Glick, Glenn Maxey
  11. Make You Play – Damon Johnson, West Arkeen

On May 4, 1992.

On May 4, 1992, “Chrysalis” label released “1992 – The Love Album”, the third Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine studio album. It was recorded in 1991, at “Notice Studios” in London, and was produced by Simon Painter, Jim “Jim Bob” Morrison and Les “Fruitbat” Carter.

Personnel:

  • Jim “Jim Bob” Morrison – vocals
  • Les “Fruitbat” Carter – vocals, guitars
  • Ian Dury – readings, narrator
  • Simon Painter – engineer
  • Kevin Metcalf – mastering
  • Carter EEC – design
  • Andy G – design
  • Stuart D – design

Track listing:

All tracsks by Jim Morrison and Les Carter except where noted.

  1. 1993
  2. Is Wrestling Fixed?
  3. The Only Living Boy in New Cross
  4. Suppose You Gave a Funeral and Nobody Came
  5. England
  6. Do Re Me, So Far So Good
  7. Look Mum, No Hands
  8. While You Were Out
  9. Skywest and Crooked
  10. The Impossible Dream – Mitch Leigh, Joe Darion

On April 19, 1993.

On April 19, 1993, Steve Douglas died aged 54. He was musician (saxophone, flute), recorded and performed with Bob Dylan, Ry Cooder, Phil Spector, The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, Duane Eddy, Sammy Hagar, Mink DeVille, The Ramones and Leonard Cohen. As leader, Douglas released eight albums.

On March 15, 1993.

On March 15, 1993, “Chrysalis” label released “Amazing Things” the eight Runrig studio album. It was recorded in 1992, at “Castlesound Studios” in Pentcaitland, Scotland, and was produced by Chris Harley.

Personnel:

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

Track listing:

  1. Amazing Things
  2. Wonderful
  3. The Greatest Flame
  4. Move a Mountain
  5. Pòg Aon Oidhche Earraich (A Kiss One Spring Evening)
  6. Dream Fields
  7. Song of the Earth
  8. Forever Eyes of Blue
  9. Sràidean na Roinn-Eòrpa (Streets of Europe)
  10. Canada
  11. Àrd (High)
  12. On the Edge

On February 25, 1993.

On February 25, 1993, “JMT” label released “Paul Motian and the Electric Bebop Band”, the debut Electric Bebop Band album. It was recorded in April 1992, at “Power Station” in New York City, and was produced by Stefan F. Winter.

Personnel:

  • Paul Motian – drums
  • Joshua Redman – tenor saxophone
  • Brad Schoeppach – electric guitar
  • Kurt Rosenwinkel – electric guitar
  • Stomu Takeishi – electric bass

Track listing:

  1. Shaw-Nuff – Ray Brown, Gil Fuller, Dizzy Gillespie
  2. I Waited for You – Gil Fuller, Dizzy Gillespie
  3. Dance of the Infidels – Bud Powell
  4. Darn That Dream – Jimmy Van Heusen, Eddie DeLange
  5. Hot House – Tadd Dameron
  6. Dizzy Atmosphere – Dizzy Gillespie
  7. Scrapple from the Apple – Charlie Parker
  8. Scrapple from the Apple – Charlie Parker
  9. Monk’s Dream – Thelonious Monk
  10. 52nd Street Theme – Thelonious Monk