On November 23, 1999, “Elektra” label released “Blue”, the second Third Eye Blind studio album. It was recorded in 1999, and was produced by Stephan Jenkins, Arion Salazar, Kevin Cadogan, and Brad Hargreaves.
Stephan Jenkins – vocals, rhythm guitar
Kevin Cadogan – lead guitar
Arion Salazar – bass
Brad Hargreaves – drums
All tracks by Stephan Jenkins, except where noted.
Wounded – Stephan Jenkins, Kevin Cadogan
10 Days Late – Stephan Jenkins, Arion Salazar
Never Let You Go
Deep Inside of You
1000 July’s – Stephan Jenkins, Kevin Cadogan
An Ode to Maybe – Stephan Jenkins, Kevin Cadogan
The Red Summer Sun – Stephan Jenkins, Kevin Cadogan
Camouflage – Stephan Jenkins, Kevin Cadogan
Darkness – Stephan Jenkins, Kevin Cadogan
Darwin” (Darwin” ends at 3:50. After 10 minutes 53 seconds of silence, hidden track The Red Summer Sun (extended coda] begins 14 minutes 43 seconds into Track 13) – Stephan Jenkins, Arion Salazar
On August 29, 1997, “Warner Music Finland” label released “Playboys”, the second Rasmus (The) studio album. It was recorded in 1997, at “Millbrook and H.I.P. Studios” in Helsinki, Finland, and was produced by Ilkka Herkman, Lauri Ylönen, Pauli Rantasalmi, Eero Heinonen and Janne Heiskanen.
Lauri Ylönen– vocals
Pauli Rantasalmi– guitar
Eero Heinonen– bass
Janne Heiskanen– drums
Ilkka Hämäläinen – turntables, saxophones, panda 49, backing vocals
Axel F. – trumpet
Aleksi Ahoniemi – saxophone
Matti Lappalainen – trombone
Mamba Abdissa Assefa – percussion
Timo Lavanko – alto saxophone, clarinet
Tuukka Helminen – cello
Tuomo Prättälä – Wurlitzer
Mara Salminen – moog synth
Hannu Pikkarainen – panda 49
Hanna Viitanen – steel pans
Essi Grönberg – backing vocals
Katja Aakkula – backing vocals
Juha Heininen, Illka Herkman – recorders, mixers
Pauli Saastamoinen – mastering
Braalot – sleeve
Rascar – photographs
All tracks by Lauri Ylönen, Pauli Rantasalmi, Eero Heinonen and Janne Heiskanen.
On March 25, 2008, at “Half Note” label released “The Delirium Blues Project: Serve or Suffer”, first album released by joint leadership of Roseanna Vitro and Kenny Werner. It was recorded in August 2007, at “Blue Note” in New York City, and was produced by Jeffrey Levenson.
Roseanna Vitro– vocals, arrangements
Kenny Werner– keyboards, arrangements
Randy Brecker– trumpet
James Carter– tenor saxophone
Ray Anderson– trombone
Geoff Countryman– baritone saxophone
Adam Rogers– guitar
John Pattitucci– acoustic and electric bass
Rocky Bryant – drums
What Is Hip? – Emilio Castillo, John David Garibaldi, Stephen M. Kupka
Goodnight Nelda Grebe, the Telephone Company Has Cut Us Off – Tracy Nelson
Blue – Gildo Mahones, Jon Hendricks
Be Cool – Joni Mitchell
Half Moon – Janis Joplin
In the Dark – Lillian “Lil” Green
Cheater Man – Spooner Oldham, Dan Penn
Everybody’s Cryin’ Mercy – Mose Allison
Don’t Ever Let Nobody Drag Your Spirit Down – Eric Bibb, Maria Muldaur
On November 23, 1999, “Pony Canyon” and “Spitfire Records” label released “Alchemy”, the fifth Yngwie J. Malmsteen’s Rising Force studio album. It was recorded in 1999, and was produced by Yngwie J. Malmsteen.
On December 10, 1985, “I.R.S.” label released the debut, self-titled Fine Young Cannibals album. It was recorded in 1985, at “Power Plant Studios” and “Sound Suite Studios” in London, and was produced by Robin Millar.
Roland Gift- vocals
Andy Cox- guitar, organ
David Steele- bass, piano
Martin Parry – drums
Graeme Hamilton – trumpet, piano
Gavin Wright– violin
Beverly, Gloria and Maxine Brown, Jimmy Somerville- backing vocals
Jenny Jones – drums, backing vocals
Alvin Clark – engineer
Anton Corbijn- front cover photography
All tracks by Roland Gift, Andy Cox and David Steele, except where noted.
In June 1976, “Harvest” label released “Yes We Have No Mañanas (So Get Your Mañanas Today)”, the seventh Kevin Ayers studio album. It was recorded in 1976, at “Basing Street Studios” in London, and was produced by Muff Winwood.
On June 22, 1971, “Reprise” label released “Blue”, the fourth Joni Mitchell album. It was recorded in 1971, at “A&M Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Joni Mitchell. The album was both critical and commercial success, regarded by critics as one of the greatest albums of all time. In 1999, “Blue” was awarded with the “Grammy Hall of Fame” award; in 2002, “Q” magazine ranked “Blue” at number eight on its list of the “Greatest Album of All-Time by a Female Artist”; in 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked “Blue” at number thirty on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”, and in 2012, the same magazine ranked the album at number two on its list of “Women Who Rock: The 50 Greatest Female Albums Of All Time”.