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On August 27, 1996.

On August 26, 1996, “Griffin” label released “The Rock”, the sixth John Entwistle studio album. It was recorded 1985 – 1986, at “Hammerhead Studio” in Gloucestershire, England, and was produced by Martin Adam and The Rock.

Personnel:

  • John Entwistle– bass guitar; trumpet; trombone, post-production, cover design
  • Henry Small– lead and background vocals; trumpet; trombone
  • Gene Black – guitar
  • Devin Powers (Mark R. Adams) – guitar
  • Zak Starkey– drums
  • Adrian Cook – keyboards
  • Martin Adam – engineer
  • Bob Pridden– post-production
  • Jon Astley– mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Henry Small and Devin Powers, except where noted.

  1. Stranger in a Strange Land – Thomas Whitlock, Eddie Money, Henry Small
  2. Love Doesn’t Last – John Entwistle
  3. Suzie – Henry Small, Devin Powers, Davitt Sigerson
  4. Bridges Under the Water – John Entwistle
  5. Heartache
  6. Billy
  7. Life After Love – John Entwistle
  8. Hurricane
  9. Too Much Too Soon
  10. Last Song – John Entwistle
  11. Country Hurricane

On August 26, 2016.

On August 26, 2016, “Act” label released “Snowmelt”, an album by Marius Neset and London Sinfonietta. It was recorded in 2016, at “Air Lyndhurst Hall” in London, and was produced by Anton Eger and Marius Neset.

Personnel:

  • Marius Neset – soprano and tenor saxophone, arranger
  • Ivo Neame – conductor
  • Petter Eldh – bass
  • Anton Eger – drum
  • London Sinfonietta – orchestra
  • Geoffrey Paterson – conductor
  • John Orford – bassoon
  • Adrian Bradbury, Markus Van Horn, Tim Gill – cello
  • Richard Waters, Roger Chase, Zoe Matthews – viola
  • Charlotte Reid, Hilaryjane Parker, Joan Atherton, Jonathan Morton, Miranda Fulleylove – violin
  • Michael Whight – clarinet, bass clarinet
  • Karen Jones – flute, piccolo flute
  • Gareth Hulse – oboe
  • Michael Thompson – horn
  • Byron Fulcher – trombone
  • Torbjörn Hultmark – trumpet
  • Jon Bailey – recording engineer
  • Chris Barrett – recording engineer assistant
  • August Wanngren – mixing
  • Thomas Eberger – mastering
  • Rune Mortensen – artwork
  • Pål Laukli, Rich McCor – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Marius Neset.

  1. Prologue
  2. Arches of Nature: Sirens
  3. Arches of Nature: Acrobatics
  4. Arches of Nature: Circles
  5. Arches of Nature: Caves
  6. Arches of Nature: Paradise
  7. Arches of Nature: Rainbows
  8. Arches of Nature: Pyramiden
  9. The Storm Is Over
  10. Introduction To Snowmelt
  11. Snowmelt

On August 26, 2016.

On August 26, 2016, “ECM” label released “Rumi Songs”, an album by Trygve Seim. It was recorded in February 2015, at “Rainbow Studio” in Oslo, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.

Personnel:

  • Trygve Seim – soprano and tenor saxophone
  • Frode Haltli – accordion
  • Svante Henryson – violoncello
  • Tora Augestad – vocals
  • Jan Erik Kongshaug – engineer
  • Steve Lake – English liner notes
  • Rumi – a quote in the booklet
  • Lidia Saedian, Camille Helminski, Kabir Helminski, Coleman Barks – translation
  • Sascha Kleis – design
  • Knut Bry – photography

Track listing:

All lyrics (poem) by Jelaluddin Rumi, all music by Trygve Seim.

  1. In Your Beauty
  2. Seeing Double
  3. Across the Doorsill
  4. The Guest House
  5. Leaving My Self
  6. When I See Your Face
  7. Like Every Other Day
  8. The Drunk and the Madman
  9. Whirling Rhythms
  10. There Is Some Kiss We Want

On August 26, 2004.

On August 26, 2004, David Myers died aged 90. He was photographer and cinematographer known for his documentaries on popular music and musicians, such as the documentary on “Woodstock” festival, “Johnny Cash in San Quentin”, “Elvis on Tour”, “Mad Dogs & Englishmen” (Joe Cocker), “Soul to Soul”, “Wattstax”, “Let the Good Times Roll”, “Save the Children”, “The Grateful Dead”, “The Last Waltz”, “Rust Never Sleeps” (Neil Young & the Crazy Horse), “Shadows and Light” (Joni Mitchell), and “Cracked Actor: A Film About David Bowie”.

On August 26, 2008.

On August 26, 2008, “Geffen” label released “One Kind Favor”, the 42nd and the final B.B. King album. It was recorded in 2008, at “The Village Recorder”, and “Electro Magnetic Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by T- Bone Burnett.

Personnel:

  • B. B. King- vocals, guitar
  • John- piano
  • Neil Larsen – Hammond organ
  • Johnny Lee Schell- guitar
  • Nathan East- bass guitar
  • Mike Elizondo- bass guitar, double bass
  • Jim Keltner- drums, percussion
  • Jay Bellerose- drums, percussion
  • Snooky Young- trumpet
  • Ricky Woodard – tenor sax
  • Ernie Fields Jr.- baritone saxophone
  • Jeffrey Clayton – alto saxophone
  • Darrell Leonard- trumpet, arranger, horn Arrangements
  • Ira Nepus – trombone
  • Charles Owens II – tenor saxophone

Track listing:

  1. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean – Blind Lemon Jefferson
  2. I Get So Weary – T-Bone Walker
  3. Get These Blues Off Me – Lee Vida Walker
  4. How Many More Years – Chester Burnett
  5. Waiting for Your Call – Oscar Lollie
  6. My Love Is Down – Lonnie Johnson
  7. The World Is Gone Wrong – Waletr Vinson, Lonnie Chatmon
  8. Blues Before Sunrise – Leroy Carr
  9. Midnight Blues – John Willie “Shifty” Henry
  10. Backwater Blues – Big Bill Broonzy
  11. Sitting on Top of the World – Vinson Chaatmon
  12. Tomorrow Night – Lonnie Johnson

On August 26, 2003.

On August 26, 2003, “ECM” label released “Tribute to Lester”, the 42nd Art Ensemble of Chicago album. It was recorded in September 2001, in Chicago, and was produced by Manfred Eicher. The album was dedicated to the band’s founding member Lester Bowie.

Personnel:

  • Malachi Favors Maghostut: bass, percussion instruments
  • Roscoe Mitchell: saxophones, clarinets, flute, percussion instruments
  • Don Moye: drums, percussion

Track listing:

  1. Sangaredi – Don Moye
  2. Suite for Lester – Roscoe Mitchell
  3. Zero/Alternate Line – Lester Bowie, Roscoe Mitchell
  4. Tutankhamun – Malachi Favors Maghostut
  5. As Clear as the Sun – Malachi Favors Maghostut, Roscoe Mitchell, Don Moye
  6. He Speaks to Me Often in Dreams – Malachi Favors Maghostut, Roscoe Mitchell, Don Moye

 

On August 26, 2003.

On August 26, 2003, “Tzadik” label released “Scelsi Morning”, the 14th Marc Ribot album. It was recorded January – April 2000, at “Sorcerer Sound’ and “Sperry Sound” in New York City, and was produced by Marc Ribot.

Personnel:

  • Marc Ribot– guitar
  • Christine Bard – percussion, drums
  • Roberto Rodriguez – percussion, drums
  • Ned Rothenberg – bass clarinet, clarinet
  • Jill Jaffe – violin, viola
  • Chris Wood – bass
  • Anthony Coleman – pump organ, piano, sampler, trombone
  • Ted Reichman – pump organ, accordion
  • Eddie Sperry – sampler
  • Rob Thomas – violin, bass

Track listing:

All tracks by Marc Ribot.

  1. Bataille
  2. Scelsi Morning
  3. And Then She Fell…
  4. Earth
  5. Pennies from Hell
  6. Geese
  7. Our Daily Bread
  8. Identity I-Shmentity
  9. The Youth Brigade Triumphs Again (And Again)
  10. Kabukitsch

On August 26, 2002.

On August 26, 2002, “Sanctuary” label released the self-titled, debut Scars album (not to be confused with the Edinburgh post-punk group called Scars). It was recorded in 2002, at “Sarm West Studios” and “Music Bank’s Waterloo Sunset Studios” in London, “Sarm Hook End” in Reading, Berkshire, “Parkgate Studios” in Battle, East Sussex, and was produced by Chris Tsangarides and Gary Moore.

Personnel:

  • Gary Moore– vocals, guitars, mixing
  • Cass Lewis– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Darrin Mooney– drums
  • Chris Tsangarides– engineer, mixing
  • Tim Hole, Dan Turner, Drew Roberts, Matt Crawford – assistant engineers
  • Ian Cooper – mastering

 Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Moore, except where noted.

  1. When the Sun Goes Down – Gary Moore, Cass Lewis, Darrin Mooney
  2. Rectify – Gary Moore, Cass Lewis, Darrin Mooney
  3. Wasn’t Born in Chicago
  4. Stand Up – Gary Moore, Cass Lewis, Darrin Mooney
  5. Just Can’t Let You Go
  6. My Baby (She’s So Good to Me)
  7. World of Confusion
  8. Ball and Chain – Gary Moore, Cass Lewis, Darrin Mooney
  9. World Keep Turnin’ Round
  10. Who Knows (What Tomorrow May Bring)

 

 

On August 26, 2019.

On August 26, 2019, Neal Casal died aged 50. He was guitarist, singer, songwriter, and photographer,  member of Rickey Medlocke’s Blackfoot, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Hard Working Americans, The Skiffle Players and Circles Around the Sun, but best known as a member of Ryan Adams’ backing band the Cardinals. He released twelve albums as a solo artist.