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On August 6, 2021.

On August 6, 2021, “Hopeless Records” label released “Draw Down the Moon”, the fourth Foxing studio album. It was recorded in 2020, and was produced by Eric Hudson, Andy Hull, John Congleton and Joe Lambert.

Personnel:

  • Conor Murphy – vocals, guitar, trumpet, sampler
  • Eric Hudson – vocals, guitar
  • Jon Hellwig – drums, sampler

Track listing:

All tracks by Conor Murphy, Eric Hudson and Jon Hellwig.

  1. 737
  2. Go Down Together
  3. Beacons
  4. Draw Down the Moon
  5. Where the Lightning Strikes Twice
  6. Bialystok
  7. At Least We Found the Floor
  8. Cold Blooded
  9. If I Believed in Love
  10. Speak with the Dead

On August 6, 2013.

On August 6, 2013, “Modular Recordings” label released “Hobo Rocket”, the fifth Pond studio album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Kevin Parker.

Personnel:

  • Nicholas Allbrook – vocals, guitar, bass, synthesizer
  • Jay Watson – vocals, guitar, keyboards, synthesizer, zither
  • Joe Ryan – acoustic and electric guitar, rhythm guitar, sitar, tambourine, bass, synthesizer, drums
  • Jamie Terry – acoustic and electric guitar, bass
  • Cam Avery – slide guitar, drums
  • Dave Parkin – saxophone
  • Cowboy John – vocals

Track listing:

  1. Whatever Happened to the Million Head Collide
  2. Xanman
  3. O Dharma
  4. Aloneaflameaflower
  5. Giant Tortoise
  6. Hobo Rocket
  7. Midnight Mass (At the Market St. Payphone)

On August 6, 2009.

On August 6, 2009, William Paul Borsey Jr. aka Willy DeVille died aged 58. He was a singer and songwriter, founder of Mink DeVille, the house band at the New York club “CBGB”. With Mink DeVille, he released six albums and ten by his own name. DeVille collaborated with musicians from various music genres such as Jack Nitzsche, Doc Pomus, Dr. John, Mark Knopfler, Allen Toussaint, Eddie Bo, David Hidalgo, Efrain Toro, Mariachi Los Camperos, Jimmy Zavala, Zachary Richard, Jeff Baxter, Freebo, Jim Gilstrap, and Brian Ray.

On August 6, 2004.

On August 6, 2004, James Ambrose Johnson Jr. aka Rick James died aged 56. He was a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer, known as “The King of Punk-Funk”. He was a member of few bands, before starting a successful recording career after signing with Motown’s “Gordy Records”. James released twelve studio albums, plus one released posthumously in 2007. As a songwriter and producer, he worked with Smokey Robinson, the Temptations, Teena Marie, The Mary Jane Girls, and Eddie Murphy.

On August 6, 2013.

On August 6, 2013, “Concord” label released “The Vigil”, the 73rd Chick Corea album. It was recorded in 2013, at “Mad Hatter Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Chick Corea. At the 15th “Annual Latin Grammy Awards”, “The Vigil” won the “Latin Grammy Award” for “Best Latin Jazz Album”.

Personnel:

  • Chick Corea– Yamaha CFIIIS concert grand piano, synthesizers
  • Tim Garland– bass clarinet, flute, soprano, and tenor saxophone
  • Charles Altura – acoustic and electric guitar
  • Hadrien Feraud– bass
  • Marcus Gilmore– drums
  • Pernell Saturnino– percussion
  • Gayle Moran Corea– vocals
  • Stanley Clarke– bass
  • Ravi Coltrane– saxophone
  • Marc Bessant – graphic design
  • Bob Cetti – assistant engineer
  • Buck Snow – mixing
  • Bernie Grundman– mastering
  • Bernie Kirsh – engineer, mixing
  • Dan Muse – liner note coordination
  • Robert Schoeller – cover art
  • Taylor Crothers – photography

Track listing:

  1. Galaxy 32 Star 4
  2. Planet Chia
  3. Portals to Forever
  4. Royalty
  5. Outside of Space
  6. Pledge of Space
  7. Legacy

On August 6, 2001.

On August 6, 2001, “Transcopic” label released “Crow Sit on Blood Tree”, the third Graham Coxon album. It was recorded in 2001, at “Zed One Studios”, and was produced by Graham Coxon.

Personnel:

  • Graham Coxon – vocals, all instruments, illustrations
  • Ben Hiller – engineer
  • Bunt – mastering
  • Alex Hutchinson – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Graham Coxon.

  1. Empty Word
  2. I’m Goin’ Away
  3. All Has Gone
  4. Burn It Down
  5. Too Uptight
  6. Big Bird
  7. Tired
  8. Hurt Prone
  9. Bonfires
  10. Thank God for the Rain
  11. You Never Will Be
  12. A Place for Grief

On August 6, 1996.

On August 6, 1996, “The Elephant 6” and “Flydaddy” labels released “Music from the Unrealized Film Script: Dusk at Cubist Castle”, the debut Olivia Tremor Control studio album. It was recorded 1993 – 1996 and was produced by Robert Schneider, Bill Doss, W. Cullen Hart, Eric Harris, and John Fernandes.

Personnel:

  • Bill Doss– vocals, instrumentation, artwork, design
  • Cullen Hart– vocals, instrumentation, artwork, design
  • Eric Harris – vocals, instrumentation
  • John Fernandes– vocals, instrumentation

The Elephant 6 Orchestra:

  • Robert Schneider– vocals, Tibetan prayer board, bass, melodica, engineering
  • Jeff Mangum– vocals, chanter pipe, slide guitar, melodica, piano, and space bubbles
  • Julian Koster– bowed electric and mallet struck acoustic guitar, the singing saw
  • Steve Jacobek – trumpet
  • Rick Benjamin – trombone

Track listing:

All tracks by Bill Doss, W. Cullen Hart, Eric Harris, and John Fernandes.

  1. The Opera House
  2. Frosted Ambassador
  3. Jumping Fences
  4. Define a Transparent Dream
  5. No Growing (Exegesis)
  6. Holiday Surprise 1, 2, 3
  7. Courtyard
  8. Memories of Jacqueline 1906
  9. Tropical Bells
  10. Can You Come Down with Us?
  11. Marking Time
  12. Green Typewriters
  13. Green Typewriters
  14. Green Typewriters
  15. Green Typewriters
  16. Green Typewriters
  17. Green Typewriters
  18. Green Typewriters
  19. Green Typewriters
  20. Green Typewriters
  21. Green Typewriters
  22. Spring Succeeds
  23. Theme for a Very Delicious Grand Piano
  24. I Can Smell the Leaves
  25. Dusk at Cubist Castle
  26. The Gravity Car
  27. NYC-25

On August 6, 1994.

On August 6, 1994, “Harvest/EMI” label released “Timothy’s Monster”, the fourth Motorpsycho studio album. It was recorded in 1994 and was produced by Bent Sæther, Hans Magnus Ryan, Håkon Gebhardt, Lars Lien, and Helge Sten.

Personnel:

  • Bent Sæther – vocals, bass, guitars, mellotron, drums, percussion, piano, sitar, synth bass
  • Hans Magnus Ryan – vocals, guitars, piano, percussion
  • Håkon Gebhardt – drums, banjo, percussion
  • Lars Lien – vocals, piano, Wurlitzer, Hammond organ
  • Helge Sten(Deathprod): theremin, mellotron, samples, synthesizer
  • Øyvind Enger: cello
  • Lars Mølna: viola
  • Øyvind Brandtsegg: string arrangement, vibraphone
  • Anneli Drecker: backing vocals
  • Kim Hiorthøy: cover artwork

 Track listing:

All tracks by Bent Sæther, except where noted.

  1. Feel
  2. Trapdoor
  3. Leave It Like That
  4. A Shrug & A Fistful – Bent Sæther, Lars Lien
  5. Kill Some Day – Bent Sæther, Hans Magnus Ryan, Helge Sten
  6. On My Pillow – Hans Magnus Ryan
  7. Beautiful Sister – Bent Sæther, Lars Lien
  8. Wearing Yr Smell
  9. Now It’s Time to Skate
  10. Giftland – Bent Sæther, Hans Magnus Ryan
  11. Watersound
  12. The Wheel – Bent Sæther, Hans Magnus Ryan, Lars Lien, Håkon Gebhardt
  13. Sungravy
  14. Grindstone – Bent Sæther, Helge Sten
  15. The Golden Core – Bent Sæther, Hans Magnus Ryan

 

On August 6, 2013.

On August 6, 2013, “Good Records” and “Kirtland” labels released “Yes, It’s True”, the fourth   Polyphonic Spree studio album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Tim DeLaughter, The Speakers, John Congleton, Philip E Karnats and Julie A. Doyle.

Personnel:

  • Kelly Test – glockenspiel, marimba, percussion, shaker, suspended cymbals, tambourine, timpani, triangle, tubular bells, wood block
  • Tim DeLaughter – vocals, beats, guitar, Linn drum, piano, sampling, artwork
  • Eric Drew Feldman – bass, piano, keyboards
  • Jason Garner – drums
  • Tim Palmer – guitar, keyboards, background vocals, mixing
  • Cory Helms – guitar
  • Philip E Karnats – guitar
  • Mark Pirro – bass guitar
  • Bryan Wakeland – drums
  • Sean Redman – steel drums, violin
  • Matt Bricker – trumpet
  • Mike St. Clair – trombone
  • Heather Test – French horn
  • Jim Lenhart – baritone saxophone
  • Audrey Easley – flute, piccolo
  • Jessie Hester – piano, choir
  • Buffi Jacobs – cello, choir
  • Tamara Cauble – violin, choir
  • Jessica Jordan – choir
  • Jennie Kelley – choir
  • Jenny Kirtland – choir
  • Julie Doyle – choir
  • Natalie Young – choir
  • John Congleton – engineer
  • Casey Dilorio – engineer
  • Stuart Sikes – engineer
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Jonathon Kimbrell – artwork, layout, typography

Track listing:

All tracks by Tim DeLaughter, except where noted.

  1. You Don’t Know Me
  2. Popular by Design – Tim DeLaughter, Julie A. Doyle
  3. Hold Yourself Up – Tim DeLaughter, Julie Doyle
  4. Carefully Try
  5. You’re Golden
  6. Heart Talk
  7. Blurry up the Lines
  8. Let Them Be
  9. Raise Your Head
  10. What Would You Do? – Tim DeLaughter, Julie Doyle
  11. Battlefield – hidden track

On August 6, 1976.

On August 6, 1976, “CTI” label released “End of a Rainbow”, the debut Patti Austin album. It was recorded April – June 1976, at  “Mediasound Studios” in New York City, “Van Gelder Studios” in Englewood, New Jersey, and was produced by Creed Taylor.

Personnel:

  • Patti Austin– vocals
  • Eric Gale, Steve Khan– guitar
  • Michael Abene – piano
  • Barry Miles– synthesizer
  • Jeff Berlin, Will Lee, Chuck Rainey– bass guitar
  • Chuck Israels– arco bass
  • Steve Gadd, Andy Newmark– drums
  • Ralph MacDonald– percussion
  • Michael Brecker, Joe Farrell– tenor saxophone
  • Ronnie Cuber– baritone saxophone
  • Randy Brecker– trumpet
  • Richard Tee– clavinet
  • Harry Cykman, Max Ellen, Barry Finclair, Paul Gershman, Harry Glickman, Emanuel Green, Harold Kohon, Harry Lookofsky, Guy Lumia, Joe Malin, David Nadien, Max Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi, Richard Sortomme – violin
  • Al Brown, Ted Israel, Manny Vardi– viola
  • Charles McCracken, Alan Shulman– cello
  • Gloria Agostini – harp
  • Vivian Cherry, Frank Floyd, Gwen Guthrie, Zachary Sanders – backing vocals
  • Bob James- conductor
  • David Matthews– arranger

Track listing:

All tracks by Patti Austin except where noted

  1. Say You Love Me
  2. In My Life
  3. You Don’t Have To Say You’re Sorry
  4. More Today Than Yesterday – Pat Upton
  5. Give It Time
  6. There Is No Time
  7. What’s at the End of a Rainbow
  8. This Side of Heaven
  9. Sweet Sadie the Savior