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On January 19, 1995.

On January 19, 1995, “Smells Like Records” label released the self-titled, debut Blonde Redhead album. It was recorded in March 1994, in Random Falls, and was produced by Steve Shelley.

Personnel:

  • Kazu Makino – vocals, guitar
  • Amedeo Pace – vocals, guitar
  • Maki Takahashi – bass
  • Simone Pace – drums
  • Skúli Sverrisson – bass
  • John Siket – mixing
  • Ari Marcopoulos – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Kazu Makino, Amadeo Pace, Maki Takashi, and Simone Pace.

  1. I Don’t Want You
  2. Sciuri Sciura
  3. Astro Boy
  4. Without Feathers
  5. Snippet
  6. Mamma Cita
  7. Swing Pool
  8. Girl Boy

On January 17, 2016.

On January 17, 2016, Terence Dale “Buffin” Griffin died aged 67. He was musician (drums) and music producer. He was member of the band The British Lions, but was best known as founding member and the drummer of Mott the Hoople. As producer he worked with Hanoi Rocks and Cult, and produced numerous BBC Radio 1 John Peel sessions from 1981 to 1994.

On January 10, 1995.

On January 10, 1995, “Epitaph” label released “The Hard Stuff”, the debut Wayne Kramer album. It was recorded in 1994, at “Westbeach Recorders” in Hollywood, and was produced by Wayne Kramer.

Personnel:

  • Wayne Kramer – vocals, bass, guitar, mixing
  • Sweet Pea Atkinson – vocals
  • Mick Farren – vocals
  • King Buzzo – vocals
  • Kim Shattuck – vocals
  • Keith Morris – vocals
  • Brett Gurewitz – vocals, guitar, mixing
  • Jon Wahl – guitar, harmonica
  • Chris Bagarozzi – guitar
  • Randy Bradbury – bass
  • Mark Deutrom – bass
  • James Jamerson, Jr. – bass
  • Bruce Duff – bass
  • Matt Freeman – bass
  • Rob Walther – bass
  • Dale Crover – drums, percussion
  • Brett Reed – drums
  • Josh Freese – drums
  • Bob Lee – drums
  • Sally Browder – engineer, mixing
  • Tony Rambo – assistant engineer
  • Steve Kravac – assistant engineer
  • Greg Cathcart – assistant engineer
  • Stephen Marcussen – mastering
  • Mackie Osborne – art direction
  • Dan Winters – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Wayne Kramer; except where noted.

  1. Crack in the Universe
  2. Junkie Romance – Wayne Kramer, Mick Farren
  3. Bad Seed – Wayne Kramer, Mick Farren
  4. Poison
  5. Realm of Pirate Kings – Wayne Kramer, Mick Farren
  6. Incident On Stock Island
  7. Pillar of Fire – Wayne Kramer, Mick Farren
  8. Hope for Sale – Wayne Kramer, Mick Farren
  9. Edge of the Switchblade
  10. Sharkskin Suit
  11. So Long Hank – hidden track

On December 2, 1995.

On December 2, 1995, “DIW” label released “The Tip”, the 71st David Murray album. It was recorded in May 1994, at “Chicago Recording Company” in Chicago, Illinois, and was produced by Kanzunori Sugiyama.

Personnel:

  • David Murray – tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
  • Robert Irving III – synthesizer, organ
  • Bobby Broom – guitar
  • Daryl Thompson – guitar
  • Darryl Jones – bass
  • Toby Williams – drums
  • Kahil El’Zabar – vocal, percussion
  • Olu Dara – cornet
  • G’Ra – vocals

Track listing:

  1. Sex Machine – Sly Stone
  2. Flowers for Albert – David Murray
  3. Removen Veil – Darryl Jones
  4. M.D. – Robert Irving III
  5. Kahari Romare – Kahil El’Zabar
  6. The Tip – Darryl Jones
  7. Mailinda – Robert Irving III
  8. One World Family – Kahil El’Zabar, David Murray

On November 21, 1995.

On November 21, 1995, “DIW” label released “Don’t Blame Me”, the seventh Marc Ribot album. It was recorded 1994 – 1995, in New York City, and was produced by Marc Ribot.

Personnel:

  • Marc Ribot – guitars

Track listing:

  1. I’m in the Mood for Love – Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh
  2. Noise 1 – Marc Ribot
  3. Don’t Blame Me – Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh
  4. Ghosts – Albert Ayler
  5. Spigot – Marc Ribot
  6. Body and Soul – Johnny Green, Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton
  7. Bouncin’ Around – Gus Deloof
  8. Solitude – Eddie DeLange, Duke Ellington, Irving Mills
  9. Dinah – Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young
  10. Song for Ché – Charlie Haden
  11. These Foolish Things – Harry Link, Holt Marvell, Jack Strachey
  12. Noise 2 – Marc Ribot
  13. Ol’ Man River – Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern

On November 16, 1994.

On November 16, 1994, “PGP RTS” label released “Zašto da ne!” the seventh Električni orgazam album. It was recorded May – July 1994, at “Studio M” in Novi Sad, “Studio 5 PGP RTS” in Belgrade, Serbia, and was produced by Srđan Gojković “Gile.

Personnel:

  • Srđan Gojković Gile – vocals, guitar
  • Branislav Petrović Banana – vocals, guitar, Hammond organ, piano, xylophone, violin
  • Zoran Radomirović Švaba – vocals, bass
  • Goran Čavajda – Čavke – vocals, drums, didgendoo
  • Srđan Todorović Žika – drums, percussion, tambourine
  • Zoran Kostić Cane – vocal
  • Dejan Radisavljević Role – guitar
  • Zoran Zagorčić – Hammond organ, piano
  • Neša Petrović – saxophone
  • Nenad Čanak – flute
  • Štukelja – violin
  • Ivan Vlatković – engineer
  • Zoran Matijević – engineer assistant
  • Leo Fon Punkerstein – design
  • Nebojša Babić – photography

Track listing:

  1. Keine Macht Den Drogen
  2. I. D. J. S.
  3. Nikog više ne čekam
  4. Ja sam sasvim normalan
  5. Zašto da ne
  6. Kažu da te vratim mami
  7. Daj mi sklonište
  8. Ovaj put je tvoj
  9. Dajem ljubav
  10. Spojimo se sad
  11. Prljava mala devojčica
  12. Moj život je paranoja
  13. Oslobodi se (U krugu svetlosti)
  14. Da si tako jaka
  15. A ti me opet zoveš
  16. Škloke ploke flonge
  17. Rasipam se
  18. Metadonska terapija
  19. Prestani
  20. Jak kao kamen
  21. Halucinacije
  22. Huni i Avari naviru
  23. Sijaj sad kao novo sunce

On November 15, 1994.

On November 15, 1994, at “Logic” label released “Gratuitous Sax & Senseless Violins”, the 16th Sparks album. It was recorded in 1994, at “Sparks Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Ron Mael and Russell Mael.

Personnel:

  • Russell Mael – vocals
  • Ron Mael – keyboards
  • Tsui Hark, Bill Kong – guest vocals
  • Alan Fisch – engineering
  • John Thomas – additional engineering, mixing
  • Steve Bates – additional engineering, mixing
  • Mark Stagg – additional production
  • Linus Burdick – additional production

Track listing:

All tracks by Ron Mael and Russell Mael.

  1. Gratuitous Sax
  2. When Do I Get to Sing ‘My Way
  3. (When I Kiss You) I Hear Charlie Parker Playing
  4. Frankly, Scarlett, I Don’t Give a Damn
  5. I Thought I Told You to Wait in the Car
  6. Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil
  7. Now That I Own the BBC
  8. Tsui Hark
  9. The Ghost of Liberace
  10. Let’s Go Surfing
  11. Senseless Violins

On November 8, 1994.

On November 8, 1994, “Kitchenware” label released “Lost in the Former West”, the sixth Fatima Mansions album. It was recorded in 1994, and was produced by Ralph Jezzard, Jerry Harrison, and Gil Norton.

Personnel:

  • Cathal Coughlan – vocals, occasional keyboards
  • Andrías Ó Gruama – guitar
  • Nick Bagnall – keyboards
  • Hugh Bunker – bass guitar
  • Nicholas Tiompan Allum – drums, wind

Track listing:

All tracks by Cathal Coughlan, except where noted.

  1. Belong Nowhere
  2. The Loyaliser
  3. Popemobile to Paraguay
  4. Walk Yr Way
  5. Brunceling’s Song
  6. Lost in the Former West
  7. Nite Flights – Scott Walker
  8. Your World Customer
  9. Sunken Cities
  10. Brain Blister
  11. A Walk in the Woods
  12. Humiliate Me

On October 31, 1994.

On October 31, 1994, “Discipline Global Mobile” label released “Vroom”, a mini album and EP by King Crimson. It was recorded in May 1994, at “Applehead” in Woodstock, New York, and was produced by David Bottrill, Adrian Belew, Bill Bruford, Robert Fripp, Trey Gunn, Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto.

Personnel:

  • Robert Fripp – guitar
  • Adrian Belew – vocals, guitar
  • Tony Levin – bass guitar, Chapman Stick
  • Trey Gunn – Chapman Stick
  • Bill Bruford – drums, percussion
  • Pat Mastelotto – drums, percussion
  • David Bottrill – engineer
  • Bill Smith Studio – design, graphics
  • The Douglas Brothers – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Adrian Belew, Bill Bruford, Robert Fripp, Trey Gunn, Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto.

  1. Vrooom – (includes Coda: Marine 475, and a 0:17 unlisted ‘Intro’ piece)
  2. Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream
  3. Cage
  4. Thrak
  5. When I Say Stop, Continue
  6. One Time

on October 11, 1994.

On October 11, 1994, “Restless Records” label released “Pure”, the seventh Golden Palominos studio album. It was recorded in 1994, at “Greenpoint Studios” in Brooklyn, New York, and was produced by Anton Fier.

Personnel:

  • Lori Carson – vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Knox Chandler – guitar
  • Bootsy Collins – guitar
  • Anton Fier – drums, percussion, programming
  • Lydia Kavanagh – vocals
  • Amanda Kramer – keyboards
  • Bill Laswell – bass guitar
  • Nicky Skopelitis – guitar, twelve-string guitar
  • Bruce Calder – recording
  • Rich Costey – recording
  • Oz Fritz – mixing, recording
  • Garry Rindfuss – recording
  • Matt Stein – mixing, recording
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering
  • Masanari Tamai – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Lori Carson and Anton Fier, except where noted.

  1. Little Suicides
  2. Heaven – Lori Carson, Anton Fier, Nicky Skopelitis
  3. Anything – Anton Fier, Lydia Kavanagh, Nicky Skopelitis
  4. Wings – Lori Carson, Anton Fier, Nicky Skopelitis
  5. Pure
  6. No Skin
  7. Gun – Lori Carson, Anton Fier, Nicky Skopelitis
  8. Break in the Road
  9. Touch You – Anton Fier