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On August 12, 1994.

On August 12, 1994, “Subharmonic” label released “Metatron”, the third Praxis album. It was recorded in 1994, and was produced by Bill Laswell and John Matarazzo.

Personnel:

  • Bill Laswell- bass
  • Buckethead– guitar
  • Brain– drums
  • Cookie Marenco – engineer
  • James Koehnline – artwork, cover art
  • Aldo Sampieri – design

Track listing:

  1. Wake the Dead
  2. Skull Crack (We Are Not Sick Men)
  3. Meta-Matic
  4. Cathedral Space (Soft Hail of Electrons)
  5. Turbine
  6. Vacuum-Mass
  7. Cannibal (Heart Shape of the Iron Blade)
  8. Inferno/Heatseeker/Exploded Heart
  9. Warm Time Machine/Low End Transmission/Over the Foaming Deep
  10. Double Vision
  11. Armed (T.S.A. Agent #5)
  12. Warcraft (Bruce Lee’s Black Hour of Chaos)
  13. Triad (The Saw is Family)
  14. Space After (The Consciousness That Dances and Kills)
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On August 2, 1994.

On August 2, 1994, “Arista” label released the self-titled, debut Tractors album. It was recorded 1993 – 1994, and was produced by Steve Ripley and Walt Richmond. The album was certified 2 x Platinum in US by “RIAA”.

Personnel:

  • Steve Ripley– lead vocals, electric guitar, drums, engineer, original art, design
  • Ron Getman – electric guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar, steel guitar, Dobro, mandolin, high harmony vocals
  • Jamie Oldaker– drums, “groove snares”, tambourine, percussion
  • Walt Richmond – Steinway piano, Hammond B–3 organ, accordion, Wurlitzer, clavinet, drums, horns, bassvocals
  • Casey van Beek – bass guitar, low harmony vocals
  • J. Cale– guitar
  • Joe Davis – saxophones
  • Jim Keltner– drums
  • Glen Mitchell – Hammond B-3 organ
  • Bonnie Raitt– slide guitar
  • Angelene Ripley – Hammond B-3 organ
  • Elvis Ripley – tremologuitar
  • Leon Russell– synthesizer, MIDI
  • Ed Richmond – fiddle
  • Joe Davis – saxophones
  • Ron Morgan – upright bass
  • Debbie Campbell – background vocal
  • John Crowder – background vocals
  • Jim Sweney – background vocals
  • Steve Collier – steel guitar
  • Gene Crownaver – steel guitar
  • Curly Lewis – fiddles
  • Waddy Pass – steel guitar
  • Rick Morton – fiddle
  • Jim Pulte – bass vocals
  • Bonnie Raitt – slide guitar
  • Angelene Ripley – Hammond B-3 organ
  • Elvis Ripley – tremolo guitar, engineer
  • James Burton– “Master of the Telecaster”
  • Steve Bagsby – steel guitar
  • Curly Lewis – fiddle
  • Ry Cooder– slide guitar
  • Eldon Shamblin– guitar
  • Joe Davis – horns
  • Junior Markham & the Tulsa All-Stars
  • Jimmy “Junior” Markham – harmonica
  • Jimmy Karstein – drums
  • Chuck Blackwell – drums
  • Chuck Browning – drums
  • David Teegarden – drums
  • Steve Hickerson – guitar
  • Tommy Tripplehorn – guitar
  • Glen Mitchell, Larry Bell, Carl Bickhardt, Dick Sims, Angelene Ripley, Ed Robinson – Hammond B-3 organs
  • Steve Allen, Rick Beilke, Mike Bruce, Mark Bruner, Jim Byfield, Robert Coggins, Jon Crowder, Gary Cundiff, Jim Edwards, Richard Feldman, Huey Flannery, Ron Flynt, Michael Garrett, Gary Gilmore, Doc James, Roger Linn, Steve Pryor, Jim Pulte, Gordon Shryock, “Skee”, Roger Tillison, Don White – guitar
  • Chuck DeWalt, Bill Belknap, Rich Brown, Jim Keltner – additional drums
  • Stacey Grant – trombone
  • Danny Mayo– life observations and noises
  • Ron Morgan – bass guitar riffs
  • Bonnie Raitt – slide guitar
  • Charlene Ripley – trumpet
  • Pat “Taco” Ryan – saxophone
  • Jim Strader – bass guitar licks
  • Spencer Sutton – piano
  • Ron Getman – engineer
  • Walt Richmond – engineering, photography
  • Angelene Ripley – engineering
  • Denny Purcell – mastering
  • Maude Gilman – art direction
  • Señor McGuire – photography

Track listing:

  1. The Tulsa Shuffle – Steve Ripley
  2. Fallin’ Apart – Steve Ripley, Ron Getman
  3. Thirty Days – Chuck Berry
  4. I’ve Had Enough – Steve Ripley
  5. The Little Man — Jim Pulte, Ripley, Tim DuBois
  6. Baby Likes to Rock It – Steve Ripley, Walt Richmond
  7. Badly Bent – Steve Ripley, Richmond, Martha Ellis
  8. The Blue Collar Rock – Steve Ripley
  9. Doreen – Steve Ripley
  10. Settin’ the Woods on Fire – Fred Rose, Ed G. Nelson
  11. Tryin’ to Get to New Orleans – Steve Ripley, Richmond, DuBois
  12. The Tulsa Shuffle (revisited) – Steve Ripley

On July 19, 1994.

On July 19, 1994, “Windham Hill” label released “Deseo” the sixth Jon Anderson album. It was recorded In 1994, and was produced by Jon Anderson.

Personnel:

  • Jon Anderson – vocals, keyboards, arrangement
  • Otmaro Ruiz – keyboards
  • Freddy Ramos – guitar
  • Aaron Serafaty – percussion
  • Freddy Ramos – guitar
  • Otmaro Ruiz – keyboards
  • Eduardo del Signore – bass
  • Milton Nascimento– vocals
  • Mountain Girls – vocals
  • Glenn Monroig– vocals
  • Boca Livre – vocals
  • Valentina Vargas– vocals
  • Cecilia Toussaint – vocals
  • Girls of Puerto Rico – vocals
  • Vanessa Mixco – voice
  • Deborah Anderson – vocal singing and inspiration
  • Rubén Rada– percussion
  • Steve Thornton – percussion
  • Lorenza Pose – violin
  • Paul Haney – sax
  • Jorge Laboy – guitar
  • The Reedam Singers – Deborah Anderson, Nina Swan, Liza Gelabart, Carla Day, Francis Benitez
  • Deborah Anderson– backing vocals
  • Ron Salaises – sound effects
  • Ron Wasserman – engineering
  • Ric Wilson – mastering
  • John Laraio – production equipment assistance
  • Gary Barlough – recording
  • Toshio Sone Vasquez– design, packaging
  • Miyoko Sone – photography
  • Glen Wexler – inlay photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Jon Anderson, except where noted.

  1. Amor Real
  2. A-DE-O – Milton Nascimento, Pedro Casadaliga, Pedro Tierra
  3. Bridges
  4. Seasons
  5. Floresta
  6. Cafe
  7. This Child
  8. Dança Do Ouro – Zé Renato, Lourenço Baeta
  9. Midnight Dancing
  10. Deseo
  11. Latino
  12. Bless This

 

 

 

On July 19, 1994.

On July 19, 1994, “Columbia” label released “For the Love of Strange Medicine” the second Steve Perry studio album. It was recorded in 1993, and was produced by James “Jimbo” Barton, Steve Perry and Tim Miner.

Personnel:

  • Steve Perry- vocals
  • Lincoln Brewster- guitars, background vocals
  • Paul Taylor- keyboards, background vocals
  • Michael Landau- guitars
  • Moyes Lucas – drums, background vocals
  • Larry Kimpel – bass
  • Mike Porcaro– bass
  • Phil Brown– bass, production assistant
  • Jeremy Lubbock, James Barton, Phil Brown – string arrangement
  • Tim Miner – piano, keyboards, background vocals, bass, piano
  • Larry Dalton – string arrangement, conductor
  • Dallas Symphony Orchestra- strings
  • Alexander Brown, Carmen Carter, Jean McClain – backing vocals
  • James “Jimbo” Barton – recording engineer
  • Tim Kimsey – recording engineer
  • Devin Foutz, Manny Marroquin, Kyle Ross, Ulrich Wild, Rail Jon Rogut and Bill Cooper, Christopher C. Murphy – second recording engineer
  • Craig Burbidge – mixing
  • Niko Bolas – mixing
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Brian Lee – digital editing

Track listing:

  1. You Better Wait – Steve Perry, Lincoln Brewster, Paul Taylor, Moyes Lucas, John Pierce, George Hawkins
  2. Young Hearts Forever – Steve Perry, Clif Magness
  3. I Am – Steve Perry, Paul Taylor, Lincoln Brewster
  4. Stand Up (Before It’s Too Late) – Steve Perry, Lincoln Brewster, Paul Taylor, Moyes Lucas, Larry Kimpel
  5. For the Love of Strange Medicine – Steve Perry, Lincoln Brewster, Paul Taylor, Moyes Lucas
  6. Donna Please – Steve Perry, Paul Taylor, Stephen Bishop
  7. Listen to Your Heart – Steve Perry, Lincoln Brewster, Paul Taylor, Moyes Lucas
  8. Tuesday Heartache – Steve Perry, Clif Magness, Paul Taylor, Lincoln Brewster, Moyes Lucas
  9. Missing You – Steve Perry, Tim Miner
  10. Somewhere There’s Hope – Steve Perry, Lincoln Brewster, Paul Taylor, Moyes Lucas
  11. Anyway – Steve Perry

On July 8, 1996.

On July 8, 1996, “Parlaphone” label released “Raise the Pressure”, the second Electronic studio album. It was recorded 1994 – 1996, and was produced by Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr.

Personnel:

  • Bernard Sumner – vocals, keyboards
  • Johnny Marr – guitars, bass, keyboards
  • Karl Bartos – keyboards
  • Denise Johnson – vocals
  • Ged Lynch– drums, percussion
  • Donald Johnson – drums
  • Danny Saber– organ
  • Guy Pratt– bass
  • James Spencer – engineer
  • Alan Meyerson – mixing
  • James Spencer – mixing
  • Johannes Handschin – cover illustration
  • Paul Barnes – electronic logo
  • Howard Wakefield @ Meiré und Meiré and Peter Saville – design.

Track listing:

  1. Forbidden City – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner, Karl Bartos
  2. For You – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner, Karl Bartos
  3. Dark Angel – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner
  4. One Day – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner
  5. Until the End of Time – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner, Karl Bartos
  6. Second Nature – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner
  7. If You’ve Got Love – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner, Karl Bartos
  8. Out of My League – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner
  9. Interlude – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner
  10. Freefall – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner
  11. Visit Me – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner
  12. How Long – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner, Karl Bartos
  13. Time Can Tell – Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner, Karl Bartos

 

On June 27, 1995.

On June 27, 1995, “Capricorn Records” label released “Modernday Folklore”, the second Ian Moore studio album. It was recorded 1994 – 1995, and was produced by Mark Howard and Ian Moore.

Personnel:

  • Ian Moore– vocals, guitar, sitar, percussion
  • Chris White- bass, percussion, background vocals
  • Bukka Allen – piano, organ, percussion
  • Michael Villegas – drums, percussion
  • Sass Jordan- vocals
  • Flaco Jiménez- accordion
  • Daryl Johnson- vocals
  • Tim Green – saxophone
  • Reggie Houston- baritone saxophone
  • Renard Poché – trombone
  • Stacey Cole – trumpet
  • Irene Sazer – violin
  • Katrina Wreede – viola
  • Julian Smedley – violin
  • Dan Reiter – cello

Track listing:

All tracks by Ian Moore, except where noted

  1. Muddy Jesus
  2. Society
  3. Today
  4. Daggers
  5. Bar Line 99
  6. Dandelion
  7. Lie
  8. Train Tracks
  9. Monday Afternoon
  10. You’ll Be Gone – Ian Moore, Bukka Allen
  11. Stain
  12. Morning Song
  13. Home

 

On June 27, 1994.

On June 27, 1994, “K Records” label released “One Foot in the Grave”, the fourth Beck album. It was recorded October 1993 – January 1994 at “Dub Narcotic Studio” in Olympia, Washington, and was produced by Calvin Johnson.

Personnel:

  • Beck – vocals, bass, guitar, drums
  • Calvin Johnson– vocals
  • Chris Ballew– bass, guitar
  • James Bertram– bass
  • Sam Jayne – vocals
  • Scott Plouf– drums
  • Mario Prietto – bongos

Track listing:

All tracks by Beck, except where noted.

  1. He’s a Mighty Good Leader – Skip James
  2. Sleeping Bag
  3. I Get Lonesome
  4. Burnt Orange Peel
  5. Cyanide Breath Mint
  6. See Water
  7. Ziplock Bag
  8. Hollow Log
  9. Forcefield – Beck, Sam Jayne
  10. Fourteen Rivers Fourteen Floods
  11. Asshole
  12. I’ve Seen the Land Beyond
  13. Outcome
  14. Girl Dreams – The Carter Family, Beck
  15. Painted Eyelids
  16. Atmospheric Conditions – Beck, Calvin Johnson