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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 May 23, 1995.

On May 23, 1995, “Giant” label released “Mutineer”, the ninth Warren Zevon studio album. It was recorded in 1994, and was produced by Warren Zevon.

Personnel:

  • Warren Zevon – vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards, percussion
  • Peter Asher – additional vocals
  • Rosemary Butler – additional vocals
  • Jorge Calderón – bass guitar, additional vocals
  • Bruce Hornsby – accordion
  • Larry Klein – bass
  • David Lindley – fiddle, cittern 
  • Michael Wolff – keyboards
  • Duncan Aldrich – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Warren Zevon, except where noted.

  1. Seminole Bingo – Carl Hiaasen, Warren Zevon
  2. Something Bad Happened to a Clown
  3. Similar to Rain
  4. The Indifference of Heaven
  5. Jesus Was a Cross Maker – Judee Sill
  6. Poisonous Lookalike
  7. Piano Fighter
  8. Rottweiler Blues – Carl Hiaasen, Warren Zevon
  9. Monkey Wash Donkey Rinse – Duncan Aldrich, Warren Zevon
  10. Mutineer

On May 21, 1996.

On May 21, 1996, “Interscope” label released “Bringing Down the Horse”, the second Wallflowers (The) studio album. It was recorded 1994 – 1996, at “Sunset Sound” and “House of Blues Sunset” in Hollywood, “Groove Masters” in Santa Monica, “O’Henry Sound Studios” in Burbank, “Brooklyn Studios” in Brooklyn, and was produced by T – Bone Burnett.

Personnel:

  • Jakob Dylan – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Michael Ward – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Rami Jaffee – Hammond B3 organ, keyboards, piano, backing vocals
  • Greg Richling – bass guitar
  • Jon Brion – lead guitar
  • Mike Campbell – slide guitar 
  • Leo LeBlanc – pedal steel guitar; dobro
  • Matt Chamberlain – drums
  • Stephen Bruton – background vocals
  • Gary Louris – background vocals
  • Michael Penn – background vocals
  • Sam Phillips – background vocals
  • Adam Duritz – background vocals
  • Tom Lord-Alge – engineering

Track listing:

All tracks by Jakob Dylan.

  1. One Headlight
  2. 6th Avenue Heartache
  3. Bleeders
  4. Three Marlenas
  5. The Difference
  6. Invisible City
  7. Laughing Out Loud
  8. Josephine
  9. God Don’t Make Lonely Girls
  10. Angel on My Bike
  11. I Wish I Felt Nothing

On April 11, 1995.

On April 11, 1995, “RCA” label released “You’d Prefer an Astronaut”, the third Hum studio album. It was recorded 1994 – 1995, at “Playground” in Chicago, “Pachyderm Studio” in Cannon Falls, Minnesota, and was produced by Keith Cleversley, Matt Talbott, Jeff Dimpsey, Tim Lash and Bryan St. Pere.

Personnel:

  • Matt Talbott – vocals, guitar
  • Tim Lash – guitar
  • Jeff Dimpsey – bass
  • Bryan St. Pere – drums

Track listing:

  1. Little Dipper
  2. The Pod
  3. Stars
  4. Suicide Machine
  5. The Very Old Man
  6. Why I Like the Robins
  7. I’d Like Your Hair Long
  8. I Hate It Too
  9. Songs of Farewell and Departure

On April 3, 1995.

On April 3, 1995, “Virgin” label released “Thrak” the eleventh King Crimson studio album. It was recorded October – December 1994, and was produced by David Bottrill, Belew, Bill Bruford, Fripp, Trey Gunn, Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto.

Personnel:

  • Robert Fripp – electric guitar, Mellotron, soundscapes
  • Adrian Belew – lead vocals, acoustic and electric guitars
  • Tony Levin – bass guitar, Chapman Stick, electric upright bass, backing vocals
  • Trey Gunn – Chapman Stick, Warr guitar, backing vocals
  • Bill Bruford – drums, percussion
  • Pat Mastelotto – drums, percussion
  • David Bottrill – production, recording

Track listing:

All lyrics by Adrian Belew, except where noted, all music by Adrian Belew, Bill Bruford, Fripp, Trey Gunn, Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto.

  1. Vroom
  2. Cod: Marine 475 – lyrics by Robert Fripp
  3. Dinosaur
  4. Walking on Air
  5. B’Boom
  6. Thrak
  7. Inner Garden I
  8. People
  9. Radio I
  10. One Time
  11. Radio II
  12. Inner Garden II
  13. Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream
  14. Vrooom Vrooom
  15. Vrooom Vrooom: Coda

On March 28, 1995.

On March 28, 1995, “Mammoth” and “Atlantic” labels released “Only Everything” the third Juliana Hatfield studio album. It was recorded in 1994, and was produced by Juliana Hatfield, Sean Slade and Paul Q. Kolderie.

Personnel:

  • Juliana Hatfield – vocals, guitar, bass guitar, keyboards
  • Dean Fisher – bass guitar
  • Josh Freese – drums
  • Mike Levesque – drums
  • Paul Q. Kolderie – drum machine
  • Sean Slade – drum machine, clavinet, engineer, mixing
  • Jim Fitting – baritone saxophone
  • Walter Sear – theremin
  • Paul Q. Kolderie – engineer, mixing
  • Edward Douglas, Bill Emmons, Fred Kevorkian, Carl Plaster – engineer assistant
  • Thomas Bricker – art direction
  • Michael Lavine – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Juliana Hatfield.

  1. What a Life
  2. Fleur de Lys
  3. Universal heart-Beat
  4. Dumb Fun
  5. Live on Tomorrow
  6. Dying Proof
  7. Bottles and Flowers
  8. Outsider
  9. Ok Ok
  10. Congratulations
  11. Hang Down from Heaven
  12. My Darling
  13. Simplicity is Beautiful
  14. You Blues

On March 22, 1994.

On March 22, 1994, Daniel Earl Hartman died aged 43. He was musician (guitar, bass guitar, keyboards), singer, songwriter and music producer. As songwriter, musician and producer he collaborated with many musicians and bands including The Edgar Winter Group, James Brown, the Plasmatics, Steve Winwood, Time Bandits, Paul King, Joe Cocker, Tina Turner, Holly Johnson, Take That, Dusty Springfield, Bonnie Tyler, Living in a Box and Paul Young. As leader Hartman released eight albums.

On March 14, 1995.

On March 14, 1995, “Atlantic” label released the self-titled, second Collective Soul studio album. It was recorded October – December 1994, at “Criteria Studios” in Miami, Florida, and was produced by Ed Roland and Matt Serletic.

Personnel:

  • Ed Roland – lead vocals, guitars
  • Ross Childress – lead guitar, background vocals
  • Dean Roland – rhythm guitar
  • Will Turpin – bass, background vocals
  • Shane Evans – drums
  • Janet Clippard – contrabass
  • Luis Enrique – percussion
  • Steven Sigurdson – cello
  • David Chappell – viola
  • Geremy Miller – violin
  • John DiPuccio – violin
  • Jackie Johnson – background vocals
  • Bertram Brown – background vocals
  • Becky Russell – background vocals
  • Greg Archilla – engineer
  • Malcolm Springer – second engineer
  • Bjorn Thorsrud – second engineer
  • Tom Gordon – assistant engineer
  • Bob Clearmountain – mixing

 Track listing:

All tracks by Ed Roland, except where noted.

  1. Simple – Ed Roland, Ross Childress
  2. Untitled
  3. The World I Know – Ed Roland, Ross Childress
  4. Smashing Young Man
  5. December
  6. Where the Rivers Flows
  7. Gel
  8. She Gathers Rain
  9. When the Water Falls
  10. Collection of Goods
  11. Bleed
  12. Reunion

On March 10, 1995.

On March 10, 1995, “Atlantic” label released “The Real Quiet Storm”, the third James Carter studio album. It was recorded October – November 1994, at “Power Station” in New York City, and was produced by Yves Beauvais.

Personnel:

  • James Carter – soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophone, bass flute, bass clarinet
  • Craig Taborn – piano
  • Dave Holland – bass
  • Jaribu Shahid – bass
  • Leon Parker – drums
  • Tani Tabbal – drums

 Track listing:

  1. Round Midnight – Thelonious Monk
  2. You Never Told Me That You Care – Hobart Dotson, Sun Ra
  3. The Intimacy of My Woman’s Beautiful Eyes – James Carter
  4. 1944 Stomp – Don Byas
  5. The Stevedore’s Serenade – Duke Ellington, Irving Gordon
  6. Born to Be Blue – Mel Tormé, Robert Wells
  7. Deep Throat Blues – James Carter
  8. A Ballad for a Doll – Jackie McLean
  9. Eventide – Bill Doggett

On March 2, 1995.

On March 2, 1995, “EMI” label released “Cha Cha Cha”, the third and last EMF studio album. It was recorded in 1994, at “Cinderford” in Sussex, “Biaritz Slouch”, “Parkgate Studios” in Hastings, and was produced by Johnny Dollar.

Personnel:

  • Ian Dench – vocals, guitar, keyboards, programming
  • James Atkin – vocals, guitar, flute, programming
  • Zac Foley – vocals, bass, guitar
  • Derry Brownson – vocals, bass, sampler
  • Mark Decloedt – vocals, drums, percussion
  • Johnny Dollar – additional keyboards, additional programming, mixing
  • Steve Lyon – engineer, mixing
  • Chris Sheldon – mixing
  • Tony Cousins – mastering
  • Kevin Westenberg – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by James Atkin, Ian Dench, Derry Brownson and Mark Decloedt.

  1. Perfect Day
  2. La Plage
  3. The Day I Was Born
  4. Secrets
  5. Shining
  6. Bring Me Down
  7. Skin
  8. Slouch
  9. Bleeding You Dry
  10. Patterns
  11. When Will You Come
  12. West of the Cox
  13. Ballad O’ the Bishop
  14. Glass Smash Jack