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On January 24, 2005.

On January 24, 2005, “ECM” label released “I Have the Room Above Her”, the 27th  Paul Motian album. It was recorded in April 2004, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.


  • Paul Motian- drums
  • Bill Frisell- electric guitar
  • Joe Lovano- tenor saxophone

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Motian except where noted.

  1. Osmosis Part III
  2. Sketches
  3. Odd Man Out
  4. Shadows
  5. I Have the Room Above Her – Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern
  6. Osmosis Part I
  7. Dance
  8. Harmony
  9. The Riot Act
  10. The Bag Man
  11. One in Three
  12. Dreamland – Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman

On February 9, 2018.

On February 9, 2018, Jóhann Jóhannsson died aged 48. He was composer who was composing music for theatre, dance, TV  and movies. Some of his movie works include original scores for “Personal Effects” by David Hollander, “For Ellen” by So Yong Kim, “McCanick” by John C. Waller, “Prisoners” by Denis Villeneuve, Sicario by Denis Villeneuve, “Arrival” by Denis Villeneuve, “The Mercy” by James Marsh and “Mary Magdalene” by Garth Davis. For the score for James Marsh’s “The Theory of Everything”, Jóhannsson won a “Golden Globe” for “Best Original Score”. In the period 2002 – 2016, he released nine solo albums.

In July 1975.

In July 1975, “Epic” label released “This Time We Mean”, the fifth REO Speedwagon studio album. It was recorded in 1975, and was produced by Allan Blazek and Bill Szymczyk.


  • Mike Murphy – lead vocals
  • Gary Richrath– guitar, lead vocals
  • Neal Doughty– keyboards
  • Gregg Philbin – bass, backing vocals
  • Alan Gratzer – drums, backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Reelin – Mike Murphy
  2. Headed for a Fall – Gary Richrath
  3. River of Life – Mike Murphy
  4. Out of Control – Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Tom Nixon
  5. You Better Realize – Mike Murphy
  6. Gambler – Gary Richrath
  7. Candalera – Gary Richrath
  8. Lies – Mike Murphy
  9. Dance – Gary Richrath
  10. Dream Weaver – Gary Richrath

In May 1980.

In May 1980, “Ze Records” label released “Suicide: Alan Vega and Martin Rev”, the second Suicide studio album. It was recorded in January 1980 at “Power Station Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Ric Ocasek.


  • Alan Vega– vocals
  • Martin Rev– electronics
  • Larry Alexander – engineer
  • Tony Wright – cover art

Track listing:

All tracks by Martin Rev and Alan Vega.

  1. Diamonds, Fur Coat, Champagne
  2. Ray (to Howard T.)
  3. Sweetheart
  4. Fast Money Music
  5. Touch Me
  6. Harlem
  7. Be Bop Kid
  8. Las Vegas Man
  9. Shadazz
  10. Dance


In May 1979.

In May 1979, “Pacific Arts Records & Tapes“label released “Infinite Rider on the Big Dogma”, the ninth Michael Nesmith solo album. It was recorded in 1979, and was produced by Michael Nesmith.


  • Michael Nesmith- rhythm and lead guitars, vocals, arranger
  • Joe Chemay – arranger, vocals
  • William Bottrell – engineer, mixing assistant
  • Lenny Castro- percussion
  • John Hobbs – keyboards, vocals
  • Paul Leim – drums
  • David MacKay – bass
  • Al Perkins- lead and slide guitars
  • Tom Saviano – saxophone
  • Tom Trefethen – engineer, mixing
  • Charles Bush – photography
  • Jerry Takigawa – art direction, design, hand tinting

Track listing:

All tracks by Michael Nesmith except “Capsule” by Michael Nesmith, Al Perkins, David Mackay, Paul Leim, John Hobbs and Lenny Castro.

  1. Dance
  2. Magic
  3. Tonite
  4. Flying
  5. Carioca
  6. Cruisin’
  7. Factions
  8. Light
  9. Horserace
  10. Capsule

In May 1976.

In May 1976, “Capitol” label released “Fly Like an Eagle”, the ninth Steve Miller Band album. It was recorded 1975-1976, at “CBS Studios” in San Francisco, and was produced by Steve Miller. In 2012, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked “Fly Like an Eagle” at number 445 on its list of “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time”. The album was certified 4 x Platinum in US by the “RIIA”.


  • Steve Miller– vocals, guitar, keyboards, sitar, ARP Odyssey
  • Lonnie Turner – bass guitar
  • Gary Mallaber– drums, percussion
  • James Cotton– harmonica
  • Curley Cooke – guitar
  • Les Dudek– guitar
  • Charles Calamise – bass guitar
  • Kenny Johnson – drums
  • Joe (JD) D’Andrea – percussion
  • John McFee– dobro
  • Joachim Young – B3 organ
  • John Palladino – executive producer
  • Mike Fusaro – recording engineer
  • Jim Gains – mastering
  • Susan McCardle – photography
  • David Stahl – photography

Track listing:

  1. Space Intro – Steve Miller
  2. Fly Like an Eagle – Steve Miller
  3. Wild Mountain Honey – Steve McCarty
  4. Serenade – Steve Miller, Chris McCart
  5. Dance, Dance, Dance – Steve Miller, Joseph Cooper, Brenda Cooper
  6. Mercury Blues – C. Douglas
  7. Take the Money and Run – Steve Miller
  8. Rock’n Me – Steve Miller
  9. You Send Me – Sam Cooke
  10. Blue Odyssey – Steve Miller
  11. Sweet Maree – Steve Miller
  12. The Window – Steve Miller, Jason Cooper


On May 3, 2005.

On May 3, 2005, “Island” label released “From Under the Cork Tree”, the second Fall Out Boy studio album. It was recorded November 2004-January 2005, in Los Angeles, and was produced by Neal Avron. The album was certified Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”.


  • Patrick Stump– lead vocals, rhythm guitar, piano
  • Pete Wentz– bass guitar, backing vocals, unclean vocals
  • Joe Trohman– lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Andy Hurley– drums, percussion
  • William Beckett – guest vocals
  • Brendon Urie – backing vocals
  • Chad Gilbert– guest vocals
  • Louis Marino – creative direction
  • Frank Gargiulo – art direction, album design
  • Neal Avron– mixing
  • Tom Lord-Alge– mixing
  • Femio Hernandez – mixing assistant
  • Brian “Big Bass” Gardner– mastering
  • Travis Huff – Pro Toolsengineer
  • Mike Fasano – drum tech
  • Dan Suh – guitar tech

Track listing:

All lyrics by Pete Wentz; all music by Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Joe Trohman and Andy Hurley.

  1. Our Lawyer Made Us Change the Name of This Song So We Wouldn’t Get Sued
  2. Of All the Gin Joints in All the World
  3. Dance, Dance
  4. Sugar, We’re Goin Down
  5. Nobody Puts Baby in the Corner
  6. I’ve Got a Dark Alley and a Bad Idea That Says You Should Shut Your Mouth (Summer Song)
  7. 7 Minutes in Heaven (Atavan Halen)
  8. Sophomore Slump or Comeback of the Year
  9. Champagne for My Real Friends, Real Pain for My Sham Friends
  10. I Slept with Someone in Fall Out Boy and All I Got Was This Stupid Song Written About Me
  11. A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More Touch Me
  12. Get Busy Living or Get Busy Dying (Do Your Part to Save the Scene and Stop Going to Shows)
  13. XO

In February 1971.


In February 1971, “Reprise” label released the debut, self – titled Crazy Horse album.  It was recorded in 1970, and was produced by Jack Nitzsche and Bruce Botnick. This was Danny Whitten’s last album release before his death from a drug overdose in 1972.


  • Danny Whitten— guitars, lead and backing vocals
  • Nils Lofgren— guitars, lead and backing vocals
  • Jack Nitzsche— piano, lead and backing vocals
  • Billy Talbot— bass, backing vocals
  • Ralph Molina— drums, lead and backing vocals
  • Ry Cooder— slide guitar
  • Gib Guilbeau— violin
  • Gary Burden— art direction
  • Joel Bernstein— photography

Track listing:

  1. Gone Dead Train – Russ Titelman, Jack Nitzsche
  2. Dance, Dance, Dance – Neil Young
  3. Look at All the Things – Danny Whitten
  4. Beggars Day – Nils Lofgren
  5. I Don’t Want to Talk About It – Danny Whitten
  6. Downtown – Danny Whitten, Neil Young
  7. Carolay – Russ Titelman, Kack Nitzsche
  8. Dirty, Dirty – Danny Whitten
  9. Nobody – Nils Lofgren
  10. I’ll Get By – Danny Whitten
  11. Crow Jane Lady – Jack Nitzsche

On November 8, 1980.


On November 8, 1980, “Bronze” label released “Ace of Spades”, the fourth  Motorhead studio album. It was recorded August – September 1980, at “Jackson’s Studios: in Rickmansworth, UK, and was produced by Vic “Chairman” Maile.


  • Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister– lead vocals, bass, co-lead vocals, backing vocals
  • “Fast” Eddie Clarke– lead guitar, backing vocals, co-lead guitar, lead vocal
  • Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor– drums
  • Kim McAuliffe – rhythm guitar
  • Kelly Johnson – co-lead vocals, co-lead guitar
  • Enid Williams – bass
  • Denise Dufort – drums
  • engineer& mixing – Vic “Chairman” Maile
  • mastering- Giovanni Scatola at Town House (2005 remaster)
  • Martin Poole – design
  • Alan Ballard – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Ian Lemmy Kilmister, Fast Eddie Clarke, Phil Philthy AnimalTaylorexcept where noted.

  1. Ace of Spades
  2. Love Me Like a Reptile
  3. Shoot You in the Back
  4. Live to Win
  5. Fast and Loose
  6. (We Are) The Road Crew
  7. Fire, Fire
  8. Jailbait
  9. Dance
  10. Bite the Bullet
  11. The Chase Is Better Than the Catch
  12. The Hammer


On November 1, 1972.


On November 1, 1972, “Warner Bros” label released “One Man Dog”, the fourth James Taylor studio album. It was recorded in 1972, and was produced by Peter Asher.


  • James Taylor – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals,  harmonica,  autoharp, bells, cross-cut saw
  • Arthur Baron – bass trombone
  • George Bohanon- trombone
  • Michael Brecker- flute, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone
  • Randy Brecker- trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet
  • Dash Crofts- mandolin
  • Craig Doerge- piano, Fender Rhodes electric piano
  • Bobbye Hall- percussion, congas, bongos, tambourine, shaker, bells
  • Abigale Haness – backing vocals
  • Steven Edney – backing vocals
  • John Hartford- banjo, fiddle
  • Carole King- backing vocals
  • Danny Kortchmar- electric guitar, acoustic guitar, timbales
  • Russ Kunkel- drums, congas, tambourine, cabasa
  • John McLaughlin- acoustic guitar
  • Mark Paletier – sound effects, saw
  • Red Rhodes- pedal steel guitar
  • Barry Rogers – trombone
  • Linda Ronstadt- backing vocals
  • Carly Simon- backing vocals
  • Leland Sklar- bass, guitarron mexicano
  • Alex Taylor- backing vocals
  • Hugh Taylor- backing vocals
  • Kate Taylor- backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by James Taylor, except where noted.

  1. One Man Parade
  2. Nobody But You
  3. Chili Dog
  4. Fool for You
  5. Instrumental I
  6. New Tune
  7. Back on the Street Again – Danny Kortchmar
  8. Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
  9. Woh, Don’t You Know – Danny Kortchmar, Leland Sklar, James Taylor
  10. One Morning in May – Traditional
  11. Instrumental II
  12. Someone – John McLaughlin
  13. Hymn
  14. Fanfare
  15. Little David
  16. Mescalito
  17. Dance
  18. Jig