Tag Archives: April 10

On April 10, 2020.

On April 10, 2020, “Merge Records” label released “Songs for Pierre Chuvin” the eighteenth Mountain Goats studio album. It was recorded in March 2019, in Durham, North Carolina, and was produced by John Darnielle.

Personnel:

  • John Darnielle – vocals, guitar, piano
  • Peter Hughes – bass
  • Jon Wurster – drums
  • Matt Dougkas – guitar, accordion, woodwind, keyboards, background vocals
  • Brent Lambert – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by John Darnielle.

  1. Aulon Raid
  2. Until Olympius Returns
  3. Last Gasp at Calama
  4. For the Snakes
  5. The Wooded Hills Along the Black Sea
  6. January 31, 438
  7. Hopeful Assassins of Zeno
  8. Their Gods Do Not Have Surgeons
  9. Going to Lebanon 2
  10. Exegetic Chains

On April 10, 2007.

On April 10, 2007, “4AD” label released “23” the seventh Blonde Redhead studio album. It was recorded in 2006, at “The Magic Shop” and “Stay Gold” in New York City, and was produced by Kazu Makino, Amedeo Pace and Simone Pace/

Personnel:

  • Kazu Makino – vocals, keyboards, rhythm guitar
  • Amedeo Pace – lead guitar, keyboards, drums
  • Simone Pace – vocals, bass
  • Chris Coady – robot voice
  • Morgan King – French horn
  • Skúli Sverrisson – bass
  • Chris Coady – recording
  • Andy Savours – engineering
  • Brian Thorn – engineering
  • Ted Young – engineering
  • Eddie Jackson – engineering, editing
  • Alan Moulder – mixing
  • Rich Costey – mixing
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Mitchell Froom – assistance
  • Alexander Gelman – creative direction
  • Alex Gross – artwork
  • David Heasty – art direction

Track listing:

All tracks by Kazu Makino, Amedeo Pace and Simone Pace.

  1. 23
  2. Dr. Strangeluv
  3. The Dress
  4. SW
  5. Spring and Summer Fall
  6. Silently
  7. Publisher
  8. Heroine
  9. Top Ranking
  10. My Impure Hair

On April 10, 2015.

On April 10, 2015, “Cape Road Recordings” label released “Drylands”, the third Mel Parsons album. It was recorded 2014 – 2015, at “Surgery Studios” in Wellington, New Zealand and was produced by Mel Parsons and Gerry Paul.

Personnel:

  • Mel Parsons – vocals, guitar
  • Gerry Paul – electric guitar, acoustic guitar, banjo, lap steel guitar
  • Neil Watson – guitar
  • Aaron Stewart – bass
  • Trevor Hutchinson- double bass
  • Craig Terris – drums
  • Nick George – drums
  • Ed Zuccollo – piano, Hammond organ
  • Vyvienne Long- cello
  • Ron Sexsmith – vocals
  • Andrew Keoghan- vocals
  • Anika Moa- backing vocals
  • Lisa Tomlins – backing vocals
  • Anji Sami – backing vocals
  • Lex French – trumpet
  • Ebony Lamb – choir
  • Anna Shaw – choir
  • Jamie Parlett – choir
  • Cameron “Dusty” Burnell
  • Kim Bonnington – choir
  • Louis Thompson-Munn – choir
  • Imogen Holmstead-Scott – choir
  • Katie McCarthy-Burke – choir
  • Justin Firefly Clarke – choir
  • Manu Scott – choir

 Track listing:

All tracks by Mel Parsons.

  1. Far Away
  2. Alberta Sun
  3. Driving Man
  4. Non Communicado
  5. Don’t Wait
  6. Far North Coast
  7. Good Together
  8. Friend
  9. Get Out Alive
  10. Down So Long
  11. First Sign of Trouble
  12. Fireworks
  13. Another City

On April 10, 2009.

On April 10, 2009, “Universal Music Australia” label released “Bittersweet”, album by Mark Isham and Kate Ceberano. It was recorded in 2009, at “Mad Hatter Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Mark Isham.

Personnel:

  • Mark Isham – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Kate Ceberano – vocal
  • Alan Pasqua – piano
  • Tom Warrington – bass
  • Peter Erskine – drums
  • Bernie Kirsh – recording, mixing
  • Buck Snow, Melissa Kirkland – recording assistance, mixing
  • Bernie Grundman – mastering
  • Donna Isham – executive producer
  • Tyler Parkinson – design
  • Michael Doven – photography

Track listing:

  1. My One and Only Love – Frank Sinatra
  2. Skylark – Anita O’Day
  3. In a Sentimental Mood – Duke Ellington
  4. Don’t Get Around Much Anymore – Duke Ellington
  5. In My Solitude – Paul Robeson
  6. Night and Day – Cole Porter
  7. I Wanna Be Loved  – The Andrew Sisters
  8. Easy Living – Ralph Rainger
  9. Lush Life – Billy Strayhorn
  10. Do It Again – Irène Bordoni
  11. Every Time We Say Good Bye – Cole Porter

 

On April 10, 2010.

On April 10, 2010, “ATCO” label released “Emotion & Commotion”, the tenth Jeff Beck studio album. It was recorded 2019 -2010, and was produced by Steve Lipson and Trevor Horn.

Personnel:

  • Jeff Beck – electric guitar
  • Joss Stone– vocals
  • Imelda May– vocals
  • Olivia Safe – vocals
  • Jason Rebello– keyboard
  • Pete Murray – keyboard, orchestral arrangement
  • Vinnie Colaiuta– drums, percussion
  • Clive Deamer– drums
  • Earl Harvin– drums
  • Alessia Mattalia – drums
  • Luís Jardim– percussion
  • Chris Bruce – bass guitar
  • Pino Palladino– bass guitar
  • Tal Wilkenfeld– bass guitar
  • Trevor Horn– executive production

Track listing:

  1. Corpus Christi Caro – Benjamin Britten
  2. Hammerhead – Jeff Beck, Jason Rebello
  3. Never Alone – Jason Rebello
  4. Over the Rainbow – Harold Arlen
  5. I Put a Spell on You – Screamin’ Jay Hawkins
  6. Serene – Jeff Beck, Jason Rebello
  7. Lilac Wine – James Shelton
  8. Nessun Dorma – Giacomo Puccini
  9. There’s No Other Me – Jason Rebello, Joss Stone
  10. Elegy for Dunkirk – Dario Marianelli

 

On April 10, 2001.

On April 10, 2001, “Artemis Records” label released “The Hogyssey”, the third  Spacehog album. It was recorded in 1999, and was produced by Sean Slade, Paul Ebersold, Bryce Goggin and Paul Q. Kolderie.

Personnel:

  • Antony Langdon – vocals, guitar
  • Richard Steel – lead guitar
  • Royston Langdon – vocals, bass guitar
  • Jonny Cragg – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Royston Langdon, except where noted.

  1. Jupiter’s Moon
  2. This Is America – Antony Langdon, Royston Langdon
  3. I Want to Live
  4. Earthquake
  5. A Real Waste of Food
  6. Perpetual Drag
  7. Dancing on My Own
  8. And It Is
  9. The Hogyssey – Richard Strauss
  10. The Strangest Dream
  11. At Least I Got Laid
  12. The Horror” – 17:25

The song “The Horror” ends at 4:47, after 11 minutes of silence (4:47 – 15:47), begins the hidden track “I Can’t Hear You”.

On April 10, 2000.

Paul_Weller_Heliocentric

On April 10, 2000, “Island” label released “Heliocentric”, the fifth Paul Weller studio album. It was recorded “Heliocentric Studios” and “Black Barn Studios”, and  was produced by Paul Weller, Brendan Lynch.

Personnel:

  • Paul Weller – vocals, guitar
  • Cliff Stapleton – hurdy-gurdy
  • Steve Cradock– guitar
  • Dominic Kelly – oboe
  • Brendan Lynch– keyboards, percussion
  • Steve White– drums
  • Damon Minchella– bass
  • Robert Kirby– string arrangements

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Weller

  1. He’s the Keeper
  2. Frightened
  3. Sweet Pea, My Sweet Pea
  4. A Whale’s Tale
  5. Back in the Fire
  6. Dust and Rocks
  7. There’s No Drinking, After You’re Dead
  8. With Time & Temperance
  9. Picking Up Sticks
  10. Love-Less

On April 10, 1990.

 

??????????

On April 10, 1990, “Def Jam Recordings” released “Fear of a Black Planet”, the third Public Enemy album. It was recorded June – October 1989, at “Greene St. Recording”  in New York City, “The Music Palace” and “Spectrum City Studios” in Hempstead, and was produced by Chuck D, Eric “Vietnam” Sadler, Hank Shocklee and Keith Shocklee. In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked “Fear of a Black Planet” was ranked at number 300 on its list of the “500 greatest albums of all time”, and in 2005, the Library of Congress added it to the National Recording Registry. According to “Acclaimed Music”, “Fear of a Black Planet” is the 126th most ranked album on critics’ lists of the all-time greatest records. In 1997, “The Guardian” ranked the album at number 50 in their of “100 Best Albums Ever”. In 2013, “NME” magazine ranked the album at number 96 on its all time list of “Best records ever.”

Personnel:

  • Agent Attitude – performer
  • Kamarra Alford – assistant engineer
  • Jules Allen – photography
  • Big Daddy Kane – rapper
  • The Bomb Squad – producer
  • Mike Bona – engineer, mixing
  • Brother James I – performer
  • Brother Mike – performer
  • Chris Champion – assistant engineer
  • Chuck D – arranger, director, producer, rapper, sequencing
  • Jody Clay – assistant engineer
  • Tom Conway – assistant engineer
  • The Drawing Board – art direction
  • Paul Eulin – engineer, mixing
  • Flavor Flav – rapper
  • Dave Harrington – assistant engineer
  • Robin Holland – photography
  • Rod Hui – engineer, mixing
  • Ice Cube – rapper
  • James Bomb – performer
  • E. Johnson – cover art
  • Steve Loeb – engineer
  • Branford Marsalis – saxophone
  • Dave Patillo – assistant engineer
  • Alan “JJ/Scott” Plotkin – engineer, mixing, vocals
  • Professor Griff – rapper
  • Eric “Vietnam” Sadler – arranger, director, programming, producer, sequencing
  • Nick Sansano – engineer, mixing
  • Paul Shabazz – programming
  • Christopher Shaw – engineer, mixing
  • Hank Shocklee – arranger, director, producer, sequencing
  • Keith Shocklee – arranger, director, producer, sequencing
  • James Staub – assistant engineer
  • Terminator X – scratching
  • Ashman Walcott – photography
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering
  • Russell Winter – photography
  • Wizard K-Jee – scratching
  • Dan Wood – engineer, mixing
  • Kirk Yano – engineer

Track listing:

  1. Contract on the World Love Jam – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  2. Brothers Gonna Work It Ou – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  3. 911 Is a Joke – William Drayton, Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler
  4. Incident at 66.6 FM – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  5. Welcome to the Terrordrome – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  6. Meet the G That Killed Me – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  7. Pollywanacraka – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  8. Anti-Nigger Machine – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  9. Burn Hollywood Burn – O’Shea Jackson, Antonio Hardy, Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  10. Power to the People – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  11. Who Stole the Soul – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  12. Fear of a Black Planet – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  13. Revolutionary Generation – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  14. Can’t Do Nuttin’ for Ya Man – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  15. Reggie Jax – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  16. Leave This Off Your Fuckin Charts – Norman Rogers
  17. B Side Wins Again – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  18. War at 33⅓ – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  19. Final Count of the Collision Between Us and the Damned – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour
  20. Fight the Power – Keith Shocklee, Eric Sadler, Carl Ridenhour

On April 10, 1991.

Days_of_Open_Hand

On April 10, 1991, “A&M” label released “Days of Open Hand”, the third Suzanne Vega album. It was recorded in 1990, at “Skyline Studios”, “RPM Studios” and “The Living Room”, and was produced by Anton Sanko and Suzanne Vega. The album won “Grammy Award for Best Recording Package” in 1991.

Personnel:

  • Suzanne Vega– vocal, acoustic guitar, background vocals, Fairlight, hand claps
  • Michael Visceglia – five-string bass, fretless bass
  • Marc Shulman – electric guitar, tiple, electric 12-string guitar, E-Bow guitar, bouzouki
  • Anton Sanko – Hammond C3, Akai S1000, Sequential Circuits Prophet VS, Fairlight CMI percussion programming on 3 11, Voyetra Eight on 5 11, Fairlight,  DX7II, string arrangements, classical guitar, tiple, harmonium, electric guitar
  • Frank Vilardi – drums, rims, brushes, Akai S-1000, shaker, percussion, floor tom, snare drum, cymbal, Blastics
  • Michael Blair – metal percussion, tambourine, wood percussion,  shaker,  orchestral bass drum, Chinese drum, hand drum
  • John Linnell– accordion
  • Shawn Colvin– background vocals
  • Sandra Park – 1st violin
  • Hae-Young Ham – violin
  • Rebecca Young Schatz – viola
  • Maria Kitsoupolos – cello
  • Erik Sanko– fretless bass
  • Hearn Gadbois – dumbek
  • Glen Velez– frame drum
  • Richard Horowitz– ney
  • Percy Jones– fretless bass
  • Philip Glass– string arrangement
  • Tim Baker – violin
  • Barry Finclair – violin
  • Fred Zlotkin – cello
  • Al Brown – viola

Track listing:

All tracks by Suzanne Vega except where noted.

  1. Tired of Sleeping
  2. Men in a War
  3. Rusted Pipe – Suzanne Vega, Anton Sanko
  4. Book of Dreams – Suzanne Vega, Anton Sanko
  5. Institution Green – Suzanne Vega, Anton Sanko
  6. Those Whole Girls (Run in Grace)
  7. Room off the Street – Suzanne Vega, Anton Sanko
  8. Big Space – Suzanne Vega, Anton Sanko
  9. Predictions
  10. Fifty-Fifty Chance
  11. Pilgrimage – Suzanne Vega, Anton Sanko

On April 10, 1989.

The_Cult_Sonic_Temple

On April 10, 1989, “Beggars Banquet” label released “Sonic Temple”, the fourth Cult album. It was recorded September – November 1988, at “Little Mountain Sound Studios” in Vancouver,  and was produced by Bob Rock.

Personnel:

  • Ian Astbury– vocals, percussion
  • Billy Duffy– guitar
  • Jamie Stewart– bass guitar, keyboards
  • Mickey Curry– drums
  • Iggy Pop– backing vocals
  • John Webster– keyboards
  • Bob Buckley – stringarrangement
  • Engineered and mixed by Mike Fraser

Track listing:

All tracks by Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy.

  1. Sun King
  2. Fire Woman
  3. American Horse
  4. Edie (Ciao Baby)
  5. Sweet Soul Sister
  6. Soul Asylum
  7. New York City
  8. Automatic Blues
  9. Soldier Blue
  10. Wake Up Time for Freedom