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On September 26, 2006.

On September 26, 2006, “Telarc” label released “Consequence of Chaos”, the 26th Al Di Meola album. It was recorded in 2006, and was produced by Al Di Meola.

Personnel:

  • Al Di Meola– acoustic and electric guitar, keyboards, percussion
  • Chick Corea– acoustic piano
  • Barry Miles– acoustic piano, keyboards, marimba
  • Mario Parmisano – acoustic piano, keyboards
  • John Patitucci– acoustic and electric bass
  • Victor Miranda – electric and baby upright bass
  • Gumbi Ortiz – congas, percussion
  • Kornel Horvath – shaker, gato drum, udo
  • Steve Gadd– drums
  • Ernie Adams – drums, congas, bongos, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Al Di Meola.

  1. San Marco (Moderna)
  2. Turquoise
  3. Odyssey
  4. Tao
  5. Azucar
  6. Sanctuary
  7. Hypnose
  8. Red Moon
  9. Cry for You
  10. Just Three Words
  11. Tempest
  12. Storm Off-Shore
  13. Black Pearls
  14. Africana Suite
  15. San Marco (Vecchio)

On September 14, 2018.

On September 14, 2018, “Blue Note” label released “Emanon”, the 26th Wayne Shorter album. It was recorded in 2016, at “Avatar Studios” in New York City, “Danilo’s Jazz Club”, “American Trade Hotel”, “Casco Viejo”, in Panama, “The Barbican”, in London, and was produced by Don Was and Wayne Shorter. The album contains both studio and live recordings.

Personnel:

  • Wayne Shorter – soprano and tenor saxophone
  • Danilo Perez– piano
  • John Patitucci– bass
  • Brian Blade– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Wayne Shorter, except where noted.

  1. Pegasus
  2. Prometheus Unbound
  3. Lotus
  4. The Three Marias
  5. The Three Marias
  6. Lost and Orbits Medley
  7. Lotus
  8. She Moves Through the Fair – traditional, arranged by Wayne Shorter
  9. Adventures Aboard the Golden Mean
  10. Prometheus Unbound

In June 1978.

In June 1978, “New World Label” released “3 Phasis”, the 26th Cecil Taylor album. It was recorded in April 1978, at “Columbia Recording Studios” and was produced by Sam Parkins.

Personnel:

  • Cecil Taylor: piano
  • Jimmy Lyons: alto saxophone
  • Raphe Malik: trumpet
  • Ramsey Ameen: violin
  • Sirone: bass
  • Ronald Shannon Jackson: drums
  • Don Puluse – engineer
  • Ken Robertson – assistant engineer
  • Ted Jensen – mastering
  • Paul Jenkins – cover art
  • Michael Sonino – design cover
  • Marc Brasz – photography
  • Gary Giddins – liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Cecil Taylor.

  1. 3 Phasis
  2. 3 Phasis
  3. 3 Phasis
  4. 3 Phasis
  5. 3 Phasis

On June 9, 1999.

On June 9, 1999, “ECM” label released “Open Land”, the 26th John Abercrombie album. It was recorded in September 1998, at “Avatar Studios” in New York City, and was produced Manfred Eicher.

Personnel:

  • John Abercrombie – guitar
  • Kenny Wheeler– trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Joe Lovano– tenor saxophone
  • Mark Feldman– violin
  • Dan Wall– Hammond organ
  • Adam Nussbaum– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by John Abercrombie except where noted.

  1. Just in Tune
  2. Pen Land
  3. Spring Song
  4. Gimme Five
  5. Speak Easy
  6. Little Booker
  7. Free Piece Suit(e) – John Abercrombie, Adam Nussbaum, Dan Wall, Joe Lovano, Kenny Wheeler, Mark Feldman
  8. Remember When
  9. That’s for Sure

 

On March 16, 2010.

On March 16, 2010, “Nonesuch” label released “Highway Rider”, the 26th Brad Mehldau album. It was recorded February – May 2009, at “Ocean Way Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Jon Brion.

Personnel:

  • Brad Mehldau– piano, pump organ, Yamaha CS-80 polyphonic analog synthesizer, orchestral bells, handclaps
  • Jeff Ballard– percussion, snare brush, drums, handclaps
  • Joshua Redman– soprano and tenor saxophone, handclaps
  • Larry Grenadier– bass, handclaps
  • Matt Chamberlain– drums, handclaps
  • Dan Coleman – orchestra conductor
  • The Fleurettes – vocals
  • Jon Brion- mixing
  • Gregg Koller – engineer, mixing
  • Eric Caudieux– engineer
  • Alan Yoshida – mastering
  • Robert Hurwitz – executive producer
  • Richard Misrach– cover photograph
  • Lawrence Azerrad – graphic design

Track listing:

All tracks by Brad Mehldau.

  1. John Boy
  2. Don’t Be Sad
  3. At the Tollbooth
  4. Highway Rider
  5. The Falcon Will Fly Again
  6. Now You Must Climb Alone
  7. Walking the Peak
  8. We’ll Cross the River Together
  9. Capriccio
  10. Sky Turning Grey (for Elliot Smith)
  11. Into the City
  12. Old West
  13. Come With Me
  14. Always Departing

On May 9, 2007.

On May 9, 2007, “Выргород” (Vygorod) label released “Заче́м сня́тся сны?” (Why do dreams occur?”, the 26th “Гражданская Оборона” (Civil Defense), and  the last lifetime Egor Letov album. It was recorded July – September 2006, and was produced by Egor Letov.

Personnel:

  • Egor Letov- vocals, guitars
  • Alexander Chesnakov- guitars, bass, organ
  • Natalia Chumakova- vocals, bass, organ
  • Pavel Peretolchin- drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Egor Letov, except where noted.

  1. Glory to Psychonauts
  2. Someone Else
  3. Fireworks
  4. So a Hurricane
  5. Radiance
  6. Dance for the Dead
  7. Where We Are
  8. Decline
  9. Where
  10. Stunning View From the Window
  11. Kaleidoscope
  12. To You
  13. I Feel Not in My Pants – Oleg Lishchenko
  14. It’s All With You
  15. Frisky
  16. Outside of All Measurements
  17. Rabbits
  18. At Night
  19. Autumn

 

 

 

In July 1963.

In July 1963, “Riverside” label released “Cannonball’s Bossa Nova”, the 26th Julian “Cannonball” Adderley album. It was recorded in December 1962, in New York City, and was produced by Orrin Keepnews.

Personnel:

  • Cannonball Adderley – alto saxophone
  • Sérgio Mendes- piano
  • Durval Ferreira – guitar
  • Octavio Bailly, Jr. – bass
  • Dom Um Romão- drums
  • Pedro Paulo – trumpet
  • Paulo Moura- alto saxophone

Track listing:

  1. Clouds – Durval Ferreira, Maurício Einhorn
  2. Minha Saudades – João Donato
  3. Corcovado – Antonio Carlos Jobim
  4. Batida Differentes – Durval Ferreira, Maurício Einhorn
  5. Joyce’s Samba – Durval Ferreira, Maurício Einhorn
  6. Groovy Samba – Sérgio Mendes
  7. O Amor Em Paz (Once I Loved) – Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes, João Gilberto
  8. Sambops – Durval Ferreira, Maurício Einhorn