On April 5, 1998, “Arabesque” label released “Manhattan Nocturne”, the 20th Charles McPherson album. It was recorded in April 1997, at “EastSide Sound” in New York City” and was produced by Charles McPherson and Daniel Criss.
Charles McPherson – alto saxophone
Mulgrew Miller – piano
Ray Drummond – double bass
Victor Lewis – drums
Bobby Sanabria – percussion
All tracks by Charles McPherson except where noted
Evidence – Thelonious Monk
You’re My Thrill – Jay Gorney, Sidney Clare
Blue ‘n’ Boogie – Dizzy Gillespie, Frank Paparelli
On March 29, 2017, “Commons” and “Milan” labels released “async”, the nineteenth Ryuichi Sakamoto studio album. It was recorded April – December 2016, at “The Studio”, “Germano Studios” and “Museum of Arts and Design” in New York City, “Bastyr University Chapel” in Kenmore, Washington, “Gateway Mastering” in Portland, Maine, “Kyoto City University of Arts” in Kyoto, Japan, and was produced by Ryuichi Sakamoto and Mai Yuda. Magazine “Fact” voted “async” the best album of 2017.
Ryuichi Sakamoto – piano, primary artist
Christian Fennesz – guitar, computer
N.S.S. – Singing bowls
Ian Antonio, Levy Lorenzo, Ross Karre – triangle
Ko Ishikawa – Shō
Honjoh Hidejiro – shamisen
Ian Antonio, Levy Lorenzo, Ross Karre – percussion
David Sylvian – spoken word
Andri Magnason, Bernardo Bertolucci, Carsten Nicolai, Christine Leboutte, José Lavat, Keyko Nimsay, Priscilla Leung, Sergei Mihailov, Shirin Neshat, Tang Kit Ming – spoken word vocals
Paul Bowles – words
Luca – vocals
Arseny Tarkovsky – words
Simon James – concertmaster
David Sabee – concertmaster
Alex Venguer, Ryan Kelly, John Winters,.Seigen Ono – recording engineer
Jason Staniulis, Matthew Sim, Alec Fellman – engineer assistant
On March 22, 2019, “Ropeadope Records” label released “Ancestral Recall”, the 14th Christian Scott album. It was recorded April – December 2018, at “The Champagne Room West” and “The Parlor” in New Orleans, and was produced by Christian aTunde Adjuah (Christian Scott).
Christian Scott – vocals, trumpet, African drums, drums, flugelhorn, keyboards, mallets, percussion, siren
On March 21, 2005, “Sanctuary” label released “A Hyperactive Workout for the Flying Squad”, the seventh Ocean Colour Scene studio album. It was recorded March – April 2004, at “Piersie Lodge” in Kirriemuir, Scotland, “Battery Studios” in London, and was produced by Dave Eringa.
Simon Fowler – lead and backing vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica
Steve Cradock – guitar, bass, piano, xylophone, harmonium, tambura, percussion
Oscar Harrison – drums, percussion, backing vocals
Paul Weller – guitar
Dave Eringa – keyboards, synthesizer, arrangements, programming, mixing
Jools Holland – organ
Jacko Peake – alto and baritone saxophone
Dominic Glover – trumpet
Anne Stephenson, Gini Ball, Julia Singleton, Sally Herbert – violin
Claire Orsler – viola
John McCusker – violin, viola
Ian Budge – cello
Sally Herbert – string arrangements
Guy Massey – engineer, mixing
Matt Hyde – engineer
Howie Weinberg – mastering
All tracks by Simon Fowler, Steve Cradock and Oscar Harrison, except where noted..
On March 15, 2004, “4AD” label released “Misery Is a Butterfly”, the sixth Blonde Redhead studio album. It was recorded March – April 2003, at “Long View Farm” in North Brookfield, Massachusetts, and was produced by Guy Picciotto.
On February 25, 1993, “JMT” label released “Paul Motian and the Electric Bebop Band”, the debut Electric Bebop Band album. It was recorded in April 1992, at “Power Station” in New York City, and was produced by Stefan F. Winter.
Paul Motian – drums
Joshua Redman – tenor saxophone
Brad Schoeppach – electric guitar
Kurt Rosenwinkel – electric guitar
Stomu Takeishi – electric bass
Shaw-Nuff – Ray Brown, Gil Fuller, Dizzy Gillespie
On February 6, 2007, “Desperation” label released “Barenaked Ladies Are Men”, the eight Barenaked Ladies album. It was recorded October 2005 – April 2006, and was produced by Steven Page, Ed Robertson, Jim Creeggan, Tyler Stewart and Kevin Hearn.
Steven Page – vocals, guitars
Ed Robertson – vocals, guitars
Jim Creeggan – vocals, bass
Tyler Stewart – drums, percussion
Kevin Hearn – vocals. keyboards, piano, engineer
Rob Carli – clarinet, saxophones, horn arrangements
Terry Promane – trombone
Kevin Turcotte – trumpet
Jim Creeggan – engineer
Paul Forgues – engineer
Susan Rogers – engineer
Keith Rudyk – assistant engineer
Bob Clearmountain – mixing
Bob Ludwig – mastering
All tracks by Steven Page and Ed Robertson, except where noted.
Serendipity – Kevin Hearn
Something You’ll never Find
One and Only – Ed Robertson
Down to Earth
Running Out Of Ink
Half a Heart
I Can, I Will, I Do
Fun & Games
The New Sad
Another Spin – Kevin Hearn
What A Letdown – Ed Robertson
Why Say Anything Nice? – Steven Page, Ed Robertson, Tyler Stewart
On January 30, 2001, “Cooking Vinyl” and “What Are Records?” label released “Dog in the Sand”, the third Frank Black studio album. It was recorded March – April 2000, at “Sound City Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Nick Vincent.
Frank Black – vocals, acoustic guitar, guitar
Eric Drew Feldman – vocals, electric piano, piano, clavioline
Rich Gilbert – vocals, guitar, pedal steel guitar, dobro
On January 28, 2003, “Justin Time” label released “Now Is Another Time”, the 87th David Murray album, credited to David Murray’s Latin Big Band. It was recorded April 2001 – June 2002, at “Sound On Sound Studio” in New York City, and was produced by Valerie Malot and David Murray.
David Murray – tenor saxophone
Cesar Lopez Martinez, Ernesto Varona Rodriguez German, German Fermin, Roman Feliu O’Reilly, Valazco Urdeliz, Velasco Urdeliz – alto saxophone