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In March 1969.

In March 1969, “Philips” label released “New! Improved!”, the third Blue Cheer album. It was recorded in 1969, at “Amigo Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Milan Melvin.

Personnel:

  • Dickie Peterson– bass guitar, vocals
  • Paul Whaley– drums
  • Bruce Stephens – guitar
  • Ralph Burns Kellogg– keyboards
  • Randy Holden– guitar

Track listing:

  1. When It All Gets Old – Ralph Burns Kellogg
  2. West Coast Child of Sunshine – Bruce Stephens
  3. I Want My Baby Back – Bruce Stephens
  4. Aces ‘n’ Eights – Ralph Burns Kellogg, Dickie Peterson, Bruce Stephens
  5. As Long as I Live – Dickie Peterson, Bruce Stephens
  6. It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry – Bob Dylan
  7. Peace of Mind – Randy Holden
  8. Fruit & Icebergs – Randy Holden
  9. Honey Butter Lover – Randy Holden

 

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On February 26, 2002.

On February 26, 2002, “Blue Note” label released “Belly of the Sun”, the 13th Cassandra Wilson album. It was recorded in 2001, in the Clarksdale, Mississippi train station, and was produced by Cassandra Wilson.

Personnel:

  • Cassandra Wilson– vocals; surdo, guitar
  • Marvin Sewell – guitars
  • Kevin Breit– mandolin, guitars, vocals, bouzouki, omnichord
  • Mark Peterson – basses
  • Jeffrey Haynes – percussion, plastic tub, steel pans
  • Cyro Baptista– vocals, percussion
  • Xavyon Jamison – drums
  • Boogaloo” Ames – piano
  • Children of M.S.44 (NYC)
  • Rhonda Richmond – vocals, piano
  • Richard Johnston– vocals, guitar
  • Jewell Bass, Vasti Jackson, Patrice Moncell, Henry Rhodes, Arie– vocals
  • Jesse Robinson – electric guitar
  • Olu Dara– trumpet

Track listing:

  1. The Weight – Robbie Robertson
  2. Justice – Cassandra Wilson
  3. Darkness on the Delta – Jay Livingston, Al J. Neiburg, Marty Symes
  4. Waters of March Antônio Carlos Jobim
  5. You Gotta Move – Mississippi Fred McDowell
  6. Only a Dream in Rio – James Taylor
  7. Just Another Parade – Cassandra Wilson
  8. Wichita Lineman – Jimmy Webb
  9. Shelter from the Storm – Bob Dylan
  10. Drunk as Cooter Brown – Cassandra Wilson
  11. Show Me a Love – Jesse Robinson, Cassandra Wilson
  12. Road So Clear – Rhonda Richmond
  13. Hot Tamales – Robert Johnson

In February 1972.

In February 1972, “Capricorn” label released “Dinnertime”, the second Alex Taylor album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Muscle Shoals Sound Studio” in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and was produced by Johnny Sandlin.

Personnel:

  • Alex Taylor- vocals
  • Scott Boyer- guitar, background vocals
  • Chuck Leavell- piano, keyboards, vibraphone
  • Paul Hornsby- organ, keyboards
  • Johnny Sandlin- bass, moog synthesizer
  • Wayne Perkins- bass, guitar, slide guitar
  • John Hughey- steel guitar
  • Jim Nalls- guitar
  • Charlie Hayward- bass
  • Jaimoe- percussion, conga, timbales
  • Bill Stewart- drums
  • Roger Hawkins- percussion, conga, tambourine
  • Lou Mullenix- percussion, timbales
  • Earl Sims- percussion
  • Charles Chalmers, Sandra Chalmers, Ginger Holladay, Mary Holladay, Donna Rhodes, Sandra Rhodes, Temple Riser, Steve Smith – background vocals
  • Recording engineer – Steve Smith, Johnny Sandlin
  • Remixing – Johnny Sandlin, Jeff Willens, Richard Rosebrough, Danny Tuberville
  • Photography: Barry Feinstein, Tom Wilkes
  • Executive Supervisor: Phil Walden

Track listing:

  1. Change Your Sexy Ways – Alex Taylor, Chuck Leavell, Jim Nalls
  2. Let’s Burn Down the Cornfield – Randy Newman
  3. Comin’ Back to You – Scott Boyer
  4. Four Days Gone – Stephen Stills
  5. Payday – Jesse Winchester
  6. Who’s Been Talking? – Howlin’ Wolf
  7. Who Will the Next Fool Be? – Charlie Rich
  8. From a Buick Six – Bob Dylan

In February 1965.

In February 1965, “Columbia” label released “Orange Blossom Special”, the 21st Johnny Cash album. It was recorded August – December 1964, and was produced by Don Law and Frank Jones.

Personnel:

  • Johnny Cash – vocals, guitar
  • June Carter- vocals
  • Luther Perkins, Norman Blake, Ray Edenton- guitar
  • Marshall Grant- bass
  • S. Holland- drums
  • Bill Pursell- piano
  • Charlie McCoy- harmonica
  • Bill McElhiney, Karl Garvin – trumpet
  • Boots Randolph- saxophone

Track listing:

  1. Orange Blossom Special – Ervin T. Rouse, Gordon Rouse
  2. The Long Black Veil – Marijohn Wilkin, Danny Dill
  3. It Ain’t Me Babe – Bob Dylan
  4. The Wall – Harland Howard
  5. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right – Bob Dylan
  6. You Wild Colorado – Johnny Cash
  7. Mama, You’ve Been on My Mind – Bob Dylan
  8. When It’s Springtime in Alaska – Tillman Franks
  9. All of God’s Children Ain’t Free – Johnny Cash
  10. Danny Boy – Frederick Weatherly
  11. Wildwood Flower – P. Carter
  12. Amen – Jester Hairston

 

On January 25, 1996.

On January 25, 1996, Albert Bernard Grossman died aged 58. He was entrepreneur and manager, best known as manager of Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Peter, Paul and Mary, The Band, Todd Rundgren, Odetta, Gordon Lightfoot and Ian & Sylvia. In 1969 he built the “Bearsville Recording Studio” near Woodstock, and in 1970 he founded “Bearsville Records”.

In November 1978.

In November 1978, “Polydor” label released “Backless”, the sixth Eric Clapton studio album. It was recorded in 1978, and was produced by Glyn Johns. The album was certified Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada” and Platinum in US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Eric Clapton – guitars, vocals
  • Dick Sims – keyboards
  • Marcy Levy– vocals
  • George Terry– guitar
  • Carl Radle- bass guitar, vocals
  • Jamie Oldaker- drums, percussion, vocals
  • Benny Gallagherand Graham Lyle – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Walk Out in the Rain – Bob Dylan, Helena Springs
  2. Watch Out for Lucy – Eric Clapton
  3. I’ll Make Love to You Anytime – J.J. Cale
  4. Roll It – Eric Clapton, Marcy Levy
  5. Tell Me That You Love Me – Eric Clapton
  6. If I Don’t Be There by Morning – Bob Dylan, Helena Springs
  7. Early in the Morning – traditional arranged by Eric Clapton
  8. Promises – Richard Feldman, Roger Linn
  9. Golden Ring – Eric Clapton
  10. Tulsa Time – Danny Flowers

In November 1974.

In November 1974, “Columbia” label released “Brujo”, the fifth New Riders of the Purple Sage studio album. It was recorded in 1974, and was produced by Ed Freeman.

Personnel:

  • John Dawson- guitar, vocals
  • David Nelson- guitar, mandolin, vocals
  • Spencer Dryden- drums, vocals
  • Skip Battin- bass, vocals
  • Buddy Cage- steel guitar
  • Neil Larson, Mark Naftalin– keyboards
  • Ed Freeman – mellotron
  • Dan Patiris – English horn
  • Armando Peraza– bongos
  • Bob Edwards, Kurt Kinzel – recording engineer
  • Urve Kuusikn – photography
  • Gage Taylor – artwork

Track listing:

  1. Old Man Noll – John Dawson
  2. Ashes of Love – Jack Anglin, Johnnie Wright
  3. You Angel You – Bob Dylan
  4. Instant Armadillo Blues – John Dawson
  5. Workingman’s Woman – Troy Seals, Will Jennings, Don Goodman
  6. On the Amazon – Skip Battin, Kim Fowley
  7. Big Wheels – Skip Battin, Kim Fowley
  8. Singing Cowboy – Skip Battin, Kim Fowley
  9. Crooked Judge – Robert Hunter, David Nelson
  10. Parson Brown – John Dawson
  11. Neon Rose – Skip Battin, Kim Fowley