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On August 1, 1983.

On August 1, 1983, “Atlantic” label released “Individual Choice”, the 27th Jean-Luc Ponty album. It was recorded March – May 1983, at “Music Grinder Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Jean-Luc Ponty.

Personnel:

  • Jean-Luc Ponty– violin, synthesizer, keyboard bass, rhythm programming, organ
  • George Duke– Minimoog synthesizer solo
  • Allan Holdsworth– electric guitar solos
  • Randy Jackson– electric bass
  • Rayford Griffin – drums, percussion
  • Gary Skardina – drum recordings
  • Peter R. Kelsey – engineer, mixing
  • Stuart Graham – engineer, assistant engineer
  • Steve Hall – engineer, mastering
  • Bob Defrin – art direction
  • Mark Hanauer – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Jean-Luc Ponty.

  1. Computer Incantations For World Peace
  2. Far from the Beaten Paths
  3. In Spiritual Love
  4. Eulogy to Oscar Romero
  5. Nostalgia
  6. Individual Choice
  7. In Spite of All

 

On July 26, 2005.

On July 26, 2005, “Atlantic” label released “Mr. A–Z”, the second Jason Mraz studio album. It was recorded 2004 – 2005, at “Allaire Studios” in Shokan, New York, “Chez Mraz” in San Diego, California, “Pulse Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Steve Lillywhite, Josh Deutsch, and Kevin Kadish.

Personnel:

  • Jason Mraz– lead vocals, acoustic and electric guitar
  • Ian Sheridan – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Bill Bell – guitar, backing vocals
  • Adam King – drums, backing vocals
  • Eric Hinojosa – keyboards, backing vocals, programming
  • Raul Rekow – congas, percussion
  • Karl Perazzo – timbales, percussion
  • Jack Daley – bass guitar
  • Lyle Workman – electric and Dobro resonator guitar
  • Nir “Nir Z” Zidkyahu– drums
  • Roger Joseph Manning, Jr.– keyboards, Moog bass synthesizer
  • Bashiri Johnson – percussion
  • Mike Elizondo– bass guitar
  • Josh Deutsch – castanets
  • Kevin Kadish – acoustic guitar
  • Nicole Bayer – cello
  • Ahmir “?uestlove” Thompson– drums
  • Steve Sidelnyk – programming
  • DJ Bob Necksnapp – scratching, mixing
  • Bushwalla– spoken word
  • Noel “Toca” Rivera – backing vocals
  • Roxanne Oldham – backing vocals
  • Danielle Decker – backing vocal
  • Raul Midón– classical and electric guitar, faux horn, backing vocals
  • Charlie Mingroni – spoken word
  • Dennis Morris – programming
  • Lee Davis High School Choir – choir vocals
  • Steve Lilywhite– backing vocals, mixing
  • Carl Glanville – engineering, mixing
  • Scott Moore – backing vocals, engineering assistance
  • Matthew Cullen – engineering assistance
  • Samuel “Vaughn” Merrick – engineering
  • David Thoener – mixing
  • Jim Scott – mixing
  • Ted Jensen– mastering

Track listing:

  1. Life Is Wonderful – Jason Mraz
  2. Wordplay – Jason Mraz, Kevin Kadish
  3. Geek in Pink – Jason Mraz, Kevin Kadish, Scott Storch, Ian Sheridan
  4. Did You Get My Message – Jason Mraz, Dan Wilson
  5. Curiosity – Jason Mraz, Dennis Morris, Lester Mendez
  6. Clockwatching – Jason Mraz, Dennis Morris, Ainslie Henderson
  7. Bella Luna – Jason Mraz, Billy “Bushwalla” Galewood
  8. Plane – Jason Mraz, Dennis Morris
  9. O, Lover – Jason Mraz, Dennis Morris
  10. Please Don’t Tell Her – Jason Mraz, Eric Hinojosa
  11. The Forecast – Jason Mraz, Eric Hinojosa
  12. Song for a Friend – Jason Mraz, Dan Wilson, Dennis Morris, Eric Hinojosa

In July 1969.

In July 1969, “Atlantic” label released “The House of Blue Lights”, the third Don Covay (and the Jefferson Lemon Blues Band) album. It was recorded in 1969, at “Herb Abramson’s A-1 Studio” in New York City, and was produced by Don Covay.

Personnel:

  • Don Covay– vocals, arranger
  • John Hammond, Jr.- guitar, harmonica
  • Jerry Jemmott- bass
  • Daniel Jones- drums
  • Charles “Honeyman” Otis- drums
  • Joe Richardson – vocals, guitar
  • Butch Valentine- bass
  • uncredited – Hammond organ
  • Herb Abramson– engineer
  • David Cheppa– mastering

Track listing:

  1. Key to the Highway – Big Bill Broonzy, Charles Segar
  2. Mad Dog Blues – Don Covay, Joe Richardson
  3. The Blues Don’t Knock – John Denioa, Sidney Wyche
  4. Blues Ain’t Nothin’ but a Good Woman on Your Mind – Don Covay, Joe Richardson
  5. The House of Blue Lights, Pt. 1 – Don Covay
  6. Four Women – Don Covay
  7. Steady Roller – Don Covay, John Hammond Jr.
  8. Homemade Love – Don Covay
  9. But I Forgive You Blues – Hudson Whittaker
  10. Shut Your Mouth – Dave Clowney
  11. The House of Blue Lights, Pt. 2 – Don Covay

 

In July 1964.

In July 1964, “Atlantic” label released “Coltrane’s Sound”, an album credited to John Coltrane. It was recorded in October 1960, at “Atlantic Studios” in New York City, during the sessions for “My Favorite Things” album, and was produced by Nesuhi Ertegun.

Personnel:

  • John Coltrane— tenor and soprano saxophone
  • McCoy Tyner— piano
  • Steve Davis— bass
  • Elvin Jones— drums
  • Tom Dowd— engineering
  • Marvin Israel— photography
  • Ralph J. Gleason— liner notes

Track listing:

  1. The Night Has a Thousand Eyes – Buddy Bernier, Jerry Branin
  2. Central Park West – John Coltrane
  3. Liberia – John Coltrane
  4. Body and Soul – Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton, Johnny Green
  5. Equinox – John Coltrane
  6. Satellite – John Coltrane

On June 16, 1998.

On June 16, 1998, “Atlantic” label released “The Prosthetic Cubans”, the ninth Marc Ribot album. It was recorded in 1998, at “Water Music” in Hoboken, New Jersey, and was produced by JD Foster.

Personnel:

  • Marc Ribot– vocals, guitar, trumpet
  • Brad Jones – bass
  • EJ Rodriguez – vocals, percussion
  • Robert J. Rodriguez – vocals, claves, drums, percussion
  • John Medeski – organ, Mellotron
  • Anthony Coleman – organ
  • Madeline Hunt-Ehrlich – vocals
  • Mattan Ingram – vocals
  • Miles Ingram – vocals
  • Gregory Ribot – baritone saxophone

Track listing:

  1. Aurora en Pekín – Alfredo Boloña
  2. Aquí Como Allá – Arsenio Rodríguez
  3. Como Se Goza en el Barrio – Arsenio Rodríguez
  4. Postizo – Marc Ribot
  5. No Me Llores Más – Luis Martinez Griñán
  6. Los Teenagers Bailan Changui – Arsenio Rodríguez
  7. Fiesta en el Solar – Arsenio Rodríguez
  8. La Vida Es un Sueño – Arseni Rodríguez
  9. Esclavo Tristé – Arsenio Rodríguez
  10. Choserito Plena – Inacio Ríos

 

 

In June 1971.

In June 1971, “Atlantic” label released “Natural Black Inventions: Root Strata”, the 19th Rahsaan Roland Kirk album. It was recorded January – February 1971, at “Regent Sound Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Joel Dorn.

Personnel:

  • Roland Kirk – tenor saxophone,  manzello,  stritch,  clarinet, flute, black mystery pipes, harmonium, piccolo, bass drum, thundersheet, cymbals, bells, music box, palms, timpani, gong, bird sounds
  • Maurice McKinley – drums, congas
  • Joe Habad Texidor – tambourine, triangle, washboard, thundersheet
  • Sonelius Smith – piano
  • Bob Liftin – engineer
  • Lewis Hahn – engineer, mixing
  • Joel Dorn – liner notes
  • Prince Givens – artwork
  • Loring Eutemey – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Rahsaan Roland Kirk except where noted.

  1. Something for Trane That Trane Could Have Said
  2. Island Cry
  3. Runnin’ from the Trash
  4. Day Dream – Duke Ellington, John Latouche, Billy Strayhorn
  5. The Ragman and the Junkman Ran from the Businessman They Laughed and He Cried
  6. Breath-A-Thon
  7. Rahsaanica
  8. Raped Voices
  9. Haunted Feelings
  10. Prelude Back Home
  11. Dance of the Lobes
  12. Harder and Harder Spiritual
  13. Black Root (Back to the Root)

On June 9, 1997.

On June 9, 1977, “Atlantic” label released “Monkey Island”, the seventh J. Geils Band album. It was recorded in 1977, and was produced by Peter Wolf, J. Geils, Magic Dick, Seth Justan, Danny Klein and Stephen Bladd.

Personnel:

  • Peter Wolf- lead vocals
  • Geils- guitar
  • Magic Dick- harmonica
  • Seth Justman- keyboards
  • Danny Klein- bass
  • Stephen Bladd – drums
  • Michelle Cobbs – background vocals
  • Evette Benton – background vocals
  • Cissy Houston- background vocals
  • Barbara Ingram- background vocals
  • Theresa Reed – background vocals
  • Diane Sumler – background vocals
  • Harriet Tharpe – background vocals
  • Luther Vandross- background vocals
  • Michael Brecker- tenor saxophone
  • Randy Brecker– trumpet
  • Ronnie Cuber– saxophone
  • Lew Del Gatto – saxophone
  • Arif Mardin- strings conductor
  • Alan Rubin– trumpet
  • Lew Soloff– trumpet
  • Frank Vicari– saxophone
  • David Thoener – engineer
  • Jay Krugman, Rod O’Brien, Corky Stasiak – assistant engineer
  • David Thoener – mixing
  • George Marino – remastering
  • Peter Corriston – design
  • Alen MacWeeney – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Peter Wolf and Seth Justman except where noted.

  1. Surrender
  2. You’re the Only One
  3. I Do – Melvin Mason, Johnny Paden, Frank Paden, Alfred Smith, Willie Stephenson
  4. Somebody
  5. I’m Falling
  6. Monkey Island
  7. I’m Not Rough
  8. So Good
  9. Wreckage

 

In June 1969.

In June 1969, “Atlantic” label released “A Soul Experiment”, the 17th Freddie Hubbard album. It was recorded December 1968 – January 1969, at “A&R Studio” in New York City, and was produced by Gil Fuller and Joel Dorn.

Personnel:

  • Freddie Hubbard– trumpet
  • Carlos Garnett– tenor saxophone
  • Kenny Barron– piano
  • Gary Illingworth – organ
  • Billy Butler– guitar
  • Eric Gale– guitar
  • Jerry Jemmott– bass
  • Grady Tate– drums
  • Bernard Purdie- drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Freddie Hubbard, except where noted.

  1. Clap Your Hands – Don Pickett
  2. Wichita Lineman – Jimmy Webb
  3. South Street Stroll – Kenny Barron
  4. Lonely Soul
  5. No Time to Lose – Carlos Garnett
  6. Hang ‘Em Up – Carlos Garnett
  7. Good Humor Man – Don Pickett
  8. Midnite Soul
  9. Soul Turn Around – Walter Bishop, Jr.
  10. A Soul Experiment

In June 1956.

In June 1956, “Atlantic” label released “The Boss of the Blues”, the fourth Big Joe Turner album. It was recorded in 1956 and was produced by Nesuhi Ertegun and Jerry Wexler.

Personnel:

  • Big Joe Turner– vocals
  • Walter Page– double bass
  • Lawrence Brown– trombone
  • Pete Brown– alto saxophone
  • Freddie Green– guitar
  • Pete Johnson– piano
  • Cliff Leeman– drums
  • Joe Newman– trumpet
  • Jimmy Nottingham– trumpet
  • Seldon Powell– tenor saxophone
  • Frank Wess– tenor saxophone
  • Ernie Wilkins– arrangements
  • Nesuhi Ertegun– supervision
  • Jerry Wexler– supervision
  • Len Frank – engineering
  • Whitney Balliett– liner notes
  • Bob Defrin – art direction, design
  • Marvin Israel – artwork
  • Curtice Taylor – hand coloring

Track listing:

All tracks by Pete Johnson and Big Joe Turner, except where noted.

  1. Cherry Red
  2. Roll ‘Em Pete
  3. I Want a Little Girl – Murray Mencher, Billy Moll
  4. Low Down Dog – Big Joe Turner
  5. Wee Baby Blues
  6. You’re Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?) – Walter Donaldson
  7. How Long Blues – traditional
  8. Morning Glories – traditional
  9. Louis Blues – W. C. Handy
  10. Piney Brown Blues