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On January 24, 2005.

On January 24, 2005, “ECM” label released “I Have the Room Above Her”, the 27th  Paul Motian album. It was recorded in April 2004, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.

Personnel:

  • Paul Motian- drums
  • Bill Frisell- electric guitar
  • Joe Lovano- tenor saxophone

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Motian except where noted.

  1. Osmosis Part III
  2. Sketches
  3. Odd Man Out
  4. Shadows
  5. I Have the Room Above Her – Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern
  6. Osmosis Part I
  7. Dance
  8. Harmony
  9. The Riot Act
  10. The Bag Man
  11. One in Three
  12. Dreamland – Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman

On January 24, 1994.

On January 24, 1994, “Sire” label released “Hips and Makers”, the debut Kristin Hersh album. It was recorded April-October 1993, at “Stable Sound” in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, and was produced by Lenny Kaye and Kristin Hersh.

Personnel:

  • Kristin Hersh – vocals, guitar
  • Jane Scarpantoni- cello
  • Michael Stipe- additional vocals
  • Phill Brown – engineer
  • Steve Rizzo – assistant engineer
  • Vaughan Oliver– design
  • Shinro Ohtake– artwork
  • Andrew Catlin – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Kristin Hersh, except where noted.

  1. Your Ghost
  2. Beestung
  3. Teeth
  4. Sundrops
  5. Sparky
  6. Houdini Blues – Kristin Hersh, William James Hersh
  7. A Loon
  8. Velvet Days
  9. Close Your Eyes
  10. Me and My Charm
  11. Tuesday Night
  12. The Letter
  13. Lurch
  14. The Cuckoo – traditional, arranged by Kristin Hersh
  15. Hips and Makers

On December 19, 1955.

On December 19, 1955, “Decca” label released “Rock Around the Clock”, the third Bill Haley and His Comets album. Like his two previous albums it is compilation of previously issued singles. It was recorded April 1954–September 1955, at “Pythian Temple Studios” in New York City, and was produced Milt Gabler.

Personnel:

  • Bill Haley– vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Danny Cedrone, Franny Beecher– lead guitar
  • Billy Williamson– steel guitar
  • Johnny Grande– piano
  • Marshall Lytle– double bass
  • Billy Gussak– drums on
  • Joey d’Ambrosio– tenor saxophone
  • Panama Francisor Billy Gussak – drums
  • Al Rex– double bass
  • Cliff Leeman– drums
  • Rudy Pompilli– tenor saxophone
  • Dick Richards – triangle, tom toms, backing vocals
  1. Rock Around the Clock – James E. Myers, Max C. Freedman
  2. Shake, Rattle and Roll – Jesse Stone
  3. A.B.C. Boogie – Al Russel, Max Spickol
  4. Thirteen Women (And Only One Man in Town) – Dickie Thompson
  5. Razzle-Dazzle – Charles E. Calhoun
  6. Two Hound Dogs – Bill Haley, Frank Pingatore
  7. Dim, Dim the Lights (I Want Some Atmosphere) – Beverly Ross, Julius Dixon
  8. Happy Baby – Frank Pingatore
  9. Birth Of The Boogie – Bill Haley, Billy Williamson, Johnny Grande
  10. Mambo Rock – Bix Reichner, Mildred Phillips and Jimmy Ayre
  11. Burn That Candle – Winfield Scott
  12. Rock-A-Beatin’ Boogie – Bill Haley

 

On December 14, 1974.

On December 14, 1974, “ABC – Dunhill” label released “So What”, the third Joe Walsh studio album. It was recorded December 1973 – April 1974, and was produced by Joe Walsh, John Stronach and Bill Szymczyk.

Personnel:

  • Joe Walsh– lead and background vocals, synthesizer, bass, guitar, piano, Moog synthesizer, mellotron, ARP, photography
  • Jody Boyer – lead and background vocals
  • Dan Fogelberg– vocals, guitar
  • Glenn Frey– lead and background vocals
  • Guille Garcia – percussion, conga
  • Bryan Garofalo – lead and background vocals, bass
  • Ron Grinel – drums
  • Don Henley– vocals, background vocals
  • Russ Kunkel– drums
  • Randy Meisner– vocals, background vocals
  • Kenny Passarelli– vocals, bass
  • D. Souther– lead and background vocals, guitar
  • Leonard Southwick – harmonica
  • Tom Stephenson – organ, keyboards
  • John Stronach – vocals
  • Joe Vitale– flute, drums, keyboards
  • Al Blazk, John Stronach, Bill Szymczyk – engineer
  • John Stronach, Bill Szymczyk – mixing
  • Rick Collins – mastering
  • Jimmy Wachtel – design, artwork
  • Lorrie Sullivan – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Walsh, except where noted.

  1. Welcome to the Club
  2. Falling Down – Joe Walsh, Don Henley
  3. Pavanne for the Sleeping Beauty – Maurice Ravel
  4. Time Out – Joe Walsh, Terry Trebandt
  5. All Night Laundry Mat Blues
  6. Turn to Stone – Joe Walsh, Terry Trebandt
  7. Help Me Through the Night
  8. Country Fair
  9. Song for Emma

 

On December 10, 2001.

On December 10, 2001, “Absurda” label released “BlueBOB”, debut David Lynch and John Neff studio album. It was recorded April 1998–March 2000, at “Aysmmetrical Studio” in Hollywood, and was produced by David Lynch and John Neff.

Personnel:

  • David Lynch– drums, drum effects, percussion, guitar, backing vocals, sound effects, vocals effects, sound design, ambient sound design, mixing, design, photography
  • John Neff – lead and backing vocals, guitar, bass, drums, percussion , engineering, mixing
  • Tom Baker – mastering
  • Eli Roth– photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by David Lynch, all music by David Lynch and John Neff.

  1. 9–1–1
  2. Rollin’ Down (To My House)
  3. Thank You, Judge
  4. I Cannot Do That
  5. Factory Interlude
  6. Blue Horse
  7. Bad Night
  8. Mountains Falling
  9. Go Get Some
  10. Pink Western Range
  11. Marilyn Monroe
  12. City of Dreams

On December 1, 1960.

On December 1, 1960, “Candid Records” label released “We Insist!” (subtitled Max Roach’s Freedom Now Suite), the 21st Max Roach album. It was recorded April – September 1960, at “Nola Penthouse Sound Studio” in New York City, and was produced by Nat Hentoff.

Personnel:

  • Max Roach– drums
  • Abbey Lincoln– vocals
  • Booker Little– trumpet
  • Julian Priester– trombone
  • Walter Benton– tenor saxophone
  • Coleman Hawkins– tenor saxophone
  • James Schenk – bass
  • Michael Olatunji– vpcals, congas
  • Raymond Mantilla– percussion
  • Tomas du Vall – percussion

Track listing:

All music by Max Roach, all lyrics by Oscar Brown.

  1. Driva Man
  2. Freedom Day
  3. Triptych: Prayer/Protest/Peace
  4. All Africa
  5. Tears for Johannesburg

 

 

On November 29, 1969.

On November 29, 1969, “Vik” (RCA Victor) label released the debut, self-titled Almendra album. It was recorded April – September 1969, at “TNT Studio” in Buenos Aires, and was produced by Luis Alberto Spinetta, Emilio del Guercio,  Edelmiro Molinari and Rodolfo Garcia.

Personnel:

  • Luis Alberto Spinetta- vocals, guitar, rhythm guitar, harmonica, artwork
  • Emilio del Guercio – lead and backing vocals, bass guitar, flute
  • Edelmiro Molinari – guitar, bass guitar, organ, backing vocals
  • Rodolfo García – drums, tambourine, jingle bell, whistling, backing vocals, percussiveaddition
  • Papo, Sam and “other Circus people” – backing vocals
  • Santiago Giacobbe – organ
  • Rodolfo Alchourron – guitar, arrangements, conducting
  • Alicia Varadi – harp
  • Simón Zlotnik – viola
  • Bernardo Stalman – violin
  • Tito Mariano – glockenspiel
  • Walter Cironi – bassoon
  • Gustavo Bergalli – flugelhorn
  • Mario Tenreyro – French horn
  • Carlos Pompeyo – flute
  • Alberto Misrahi – bass clarinet
  • José Bragato – cello
  • Rodolfo Mederos – bandoneón
  • Óscar Figueroa – coordination

Track listing:

All tracks by Luis Alberto Spinetta except where noted.

  1. Muchacha (ojos de papel)
  2. Color humano – Edelmiro Molinari
  3. Figuracion
  4. Ana no duerme
  5. Fermín
  6. Plegaria para un niño dormido
  7. A estos hombres tristes
  8. Que el viento borró tus manos – Emilio del Guercio
  9. Laura va