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On June 3, 1996.

On June 2, 1996, “Grapevine” label released “Soft Vengeance”, the 14th Manfred Mann’s Earth Band album. It was recorded 1992 – 1996, at Workhouse Studios” in  London, and was produced by Manfred Mann and  Richard James Burgess.

Personnel:

  • Manfred Mann- keyboards, programming
  • Chris Thompson- vocals
  • Mick Rogers- guitars
  • Dave Farmer – drums
  • Clive Bunker- drums
  • Steve Kinch- bass
  • Noel McCalla– vocals
  • Russell Hoban- speech
  • Richard Marcangelo– drums
  • Richard James Burgess– drums
  • Gavin Harrison– drums
  • Andy Pask– bass
  • Tony Patler – bass
  • Gary Farmer – guitar
  • Clem Clempson– guitar
  • Mitch Dalton – guitar
  • Tony Patler – guitar
  • Gary Sanctuary- Wurlitzer electric piano
  • Linda Taylor – backing vocals
  • Maggie Ryder- backing vocals
  • Carol Kenyon- backing vocals
  • Janice Hoyte – backing vocals
  • Diane Byrch – backing vocals
  • Stevie Lange – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Pleasure and Pain – Mike Chapman, Holly Knight
  2. Play with Fire – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  3. Nothing Ever Happens – Justin Currie
  4. Shelter from The Storm – Bob Dylan
  5. Tumbling Ball – Mark Spiro
  6. The Price I Pay – Robert Cray, Dennis Walker
  7. Lose The Touch – Cyril Schumann
  8. Adults Only – Manfred Mann
  9. Wherever Love Drops — Part One – Manfred Mann, Russell Hoban
  10. The Complete History Of Sexual Jealousy – Nick Currie
  11. 99 lb – Dannie Bryant
  12. Miss You – Cyril Schumann
  13. Nature Of The Beast – Doc Neeson, Geoffrey Leib
  14. Wherever Love Drops — Part Two – Manfred Mann, Russell Hoban, Anthony Moore
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On February 23, 1993.

On February 23, 1993, “CMP” label released “Somethin Els”, the tenth Jack Bruce studio album. It was recorded 1986 – 1992, and was produced by Jack Bruce, Kurt Renker and Walter Quintus.

Personnel:

  • Jack Bruce – vocals, bass, piano, keyboards, cello, drums, percussion
  • Eric Clapton, Clem Clempson, Peter Weihe, Ray Gomez – guitar
  • Stuart Elliott, Anton Fier- drums
  • Trilok Gurtu, Mark Nauseef- percussion
  • Dave Liebman, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Uli Lask, Gerd Dudek – saxophone
  • Bruce Fowler- trombone
  • Walt Fowler – trumpet
  • Maggie Reilly- backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Waiting on a Word
  2. Willpower
  3. Ships in the Night
  4. Peaces of the East
  5. Close Enough for Love
  6. B. Dawn Blues
  7. Criminality
  8. Child song
  9. FM

In December 1980.

In December 1980, “Epic” label released “I’ve Always Wanted to Do This”, the seventh Jack Bruce studio album. It was recorded in August 1980, at “House of Music” in West Orange, New Jersey, and was produced by Jack Bruce, Stephen Galfas, Clem Clempson, Billy Cobham and David Sancious.

Personnel:

  • Jack Bruce- vocals, bass, harmonica
  • Clem Clempson- guitar
  • David Sancious- keyboards, guitar
  • Billy Cobham- drums

Track listing:

  1. Hit and Run
  2. Running Back
  3. Facelift 318
  4. In This Way
  5. Mickey the Fiddler
  6. Dancing On Air
  7. Livin’ Without Ja
  8. Wind and the Sea
  9. Out to Lunch
  10. Bird Alone

In November 1980.

In November 1980, “Atlantic” label released “Song of Seven”, the second Jon Anderson album. It was recorded in 1980, and was produced by Jon Anderson.

Personnel:

  • Jon Anderson – lead vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboards, harp
  • Ronnie Leahy, Damian Anderson – keyboards
  • Ian Bairnson- guitar, bass, backing vocals
  • Clem Clempson- guitar
  • John Giblin- fretless bass
  • Jack Bruce- bass
  • Mel – bass
  • Morris Pert- drums, percussion
  • Simon Phillips- drums
  • Dick Morrissey- saxophone
  • Johnny Dankworth- alto saxophone
  • Chris Rainbow- backing vocals
  • Deborah Anderson- harmony vocals
  • Delmé String Quartet; arranged by David Ogden
  • Mike Dunne – engineer
  • Brian Gaylor – electronics
  • Alwyn Clayden – art direction, design
  • Ian Nicholson – illustration

Track listing:

All tracks by Jon Anderson, except where noted..

  1. For You for Me
  2. Some Are Born
  3. Don’t Forget (Nostalgia)
  4. Heart of the Matter – Jon Anderson, Ronnie Leahy
  5. Hear It
  6. Everybody Loves You
  7. Take Your Time
  8. Days
  9. Song of Seven

 

In June 1982.

In June 1982, “Polydor” label released “Animation”, the third Jon Anderson solo album. It was recorded 1981 – 1982, and was produced by Jon Anderson, Neil Kernon and Tony Visconti.

Personnel:

  • Jon Anderson – vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Stefano Cerri – electric bass
  • Clem Clempson– guitars
  • Chris Rainbow– vocals
  • Simon Phillips– drums and percussions
  • David Sancious– keyboards
  • John Giblin: bass
  • Morris Pert: percussions
  • Brazil Idiots : brazilian percussions
  • Jack Bruce: bass
  • Dave Lawson: keyboards
  • Ronnie Leahy: keyboards
  • Brother James : percussions
  • Billy Kristian : guitar
  • Blue Weaver: keyboards
  • Ian Wallace: drums
  • Delmay String Quartet : strings

Track listing:

All tracks by Jon Anderson.

  1. Olympia
  2. Animation
  3. Surrender
  4. All in a Matter of Time
  5. Unlearning (The Dividing Line)
  6. Boundaries
  7. Pressure Point
  8. Much Better Reason
  9. All Gods Children

In February 1975.

street-rats

In February 1975, “A&M” label released “Street Rats”, the eighth Humble Pie studio album. It was recorded in 1975, at “Olympic Studios” in London and “Marriott’s Clear Sounds Studio” in Essex, and was produced by Andrew Loog Oldham and Steve Marriott.

Personnel:

  • Steve Marriott- guitar, harmonica, keyboards, vocals, producer
  • Clem Clempson- guitar, slide guitar
  • Greg Ridley- bass guitar, vocals
  • Jerry Shirley– drums
  • Mel Collins- saxophones
  • Tim Hinkley- keyboards

Track listing:

  1. Street Rat – Steve Marriott
  2. Rock and Roll Music – Chuck Berry
  3. We Can Work It Out – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  4. Scored Out – Clem Clempson, Steve Marriott
  5. Road Hog – Steve Marriott
  6. Rain – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  7. There ‘Tis – Steve Marriott, Clem Clempson
  8. Let Me Be Your Lovemaker – Clarence Reid, Willie Clarke, Betty Wright
  9. Countryman Stomp – Greg Ridley, Clempson, Tim Hinkley
  10. Drive My Car – John Lennon,Paul McCartney
  11. Queens and Nuns – Clem Clempson, Steve Marriott, Greg Ridley, Jerry Shirley

 

On September 13, 1988.

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On September 13, 1988, “WEA” label released “Ancient Heart”, the debut Tanita Tikaram studio album. It was recorded April–July 1988, at “Red House Studios” in Silsoe, and was produced by Rod Argent and Peter Van Hooke. The album was big success and was a hit globally (best selling album of 1989 in Germany), launching Tanita’s mainstream career.

Personnel:

  • Tanita Tikaram – vocals, guitar
  • Mark Isham– trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Paul Brady– mandolin
  • David Lindley– violin
  • Marc Ribot– guitar
  • Rod Argent– keyboards
  • Brendan Croker– guitar
  • Pete Beachill – trombone
  • Mitch Dalton – guitar
  • Martin Ditcham – percussion
  • John Georgiadis – violin
  • Keith Harvey – cello
  • Noel Langley – trumpet
  • Malcolm Messiter – oboe
  • Helen O’Hara– violin
  • Brendon O’Reilly – violin
  • Philip Todd – saxophone
  • Peter Van Hooke– drums
  • Clem Clempson– guitar
  • Mark Creswell – guitar
  • Ian Jewell – viola
  • Rory McFarlane– bass

Track listing:

All tracks by Tanita Tikaram.

  1. Good Tradition
  2. Cathedral Song
  3. Sighing Innocents
  4. I Love You
  5. World Outside Your Window
  6. For All These Years
  7. Twist in My Sobriety
  8. Poor Cow
  9. He Likes the Sun
  10. Valentine Heart
  11. Preyed Upon