In January 1961, “Blue Note” label released “Curtis Fuller Volume 3”, the eight Curtis Fuller album. It was recorded in December 1957, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Hackensack, New Jersey, and was produced by Alfred Lion.
On December 21, 1997, “Blue Note” label released “Another Shade of Blue”, the 120th Lee Konitz album. It was recorded in December 1997, at “Jazz Bakery” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Lee Konitz and Charlie Haden.
Lee Konitz – alto sax, liner notes
Brad Mehldau – piano
Charlie Haden – bass
Kurt Lundvall – engineer
Kenneth Noland – painting
Aldo Sampieri – design
Another Shade of Blue – Lee Konitz
Everything Happens to Me – Tom Adair, Matt Dennis
What’s New? – Johnny Burke, Bob Haggart
Body and Soul – Frank Eyton, Johnny Green, Edward Heyman, Robert Sour
All of Us – Charlie Haden, Lee Konitz, Brad Mehldau
On December 8, 1968, “Motown” label released “For Once in My Life”, the ninth studio and the tenth overall Stevie Wonder album. It was recorded December 1967 – August 1968, at “Hitsville U.S.A.” in Detroit, and was produced by Stevoe Wonder, Henry Cosby and Don Hunter.
In October 1966, “Blue Note” label released “Free Form”, the 20th Donald Byrd album. It was recorded in December 1961, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and was produced by Alfred Lion.
On September 24, 1996, “Bar / Non Records” label released “Blanket Warm”, the debut Lullaby for the Working Class studio album. It was recorded December 1994 – April 1996, at “Whoopass Recording Studio” at Lincoln, Nebraska.
Ted Stevens – vocals, guitar
Mike Mogis – guitar, banjo, mandolin, glockenspiel, recording, mixing
On September 21, 1990, “Absolute A Go Go Records” label released “Lawn Boy”, the second Phish album. It was recorded May – December 1989, at “Archer Studios” in Winooski, Vermont, and was produced by Trey Anastasio, Page McConnell, Mike Gordon and Jon Fishman.
Trey Anastasio – lead vocals, guitars, arranger
Page McConnell – lead and backing vocals, piano, organ
Mike Gordon – co-lead and backing vocals, bass guitar
Jon Fishman – drums, vacuum cleaner, backing vocals
Giant Country Horns:
Joseph Sommerville, Jr. – trumpet
Dave “The Truth” Grippo – alto saxophone
Russell B. Remington – tenor saxophone
Christine Lynch – vocals
All tracks by Trey Anastasio and Tom Marshall, except where noted.
The Squirting Coil
Reba – Trey Anastasio
My Sweet One – Jon Fishman
Split Open and Melt – Trey Anastasio
The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony – Trey Anastasio
Bathtub Gin – Trey Anastasio, Suzannah Goodman
Run Like an Antilope – Trey Anastasio, Steve Pollak
On August 30, 2019, “High Note” label released “Blue Dawn-Blue Nights”, the 21st and final Wallace Roney album. It was recorded September – December 2018, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and was produced by Wallace Roney.
Wallace Roney – trumpet
Emilio Modeste – soprano and tenor saxophone
Oscar Williams II – piano
Quintin Zoto – guitar
Paul Cuffari – bass
Kojo Odu Roney – drums
Lenny White – drums
Bookendz – Wallace Roney
Why Should There Be Stars – Bryce Rohde, Kaye Dunham
On August 28, 1988, “RCA” label released the self-titled, debut Caifanes studio album. It was recorded December 1987 – February 1988, and was produced by Cachorro López, Saul Hernandez, Diego Herrera, Sabo Romo and Alfonso Andre.
On August 15, 1983, “Epic” label released “Next Position Please”, the seventh Cheap Trick studio album. It was recorded in December 1982, at “Utopia Sound” in Lake Hill, New York, and was produced by Todd Rundgren and Ian Taylor.
Robin Zander – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards
Rick Nielsen – lead guitar, backing vocals
Jon Brant – bass, backing vocals
Bun E. Carlos – drums, percussion
Todd Rundgren – guitar, engineer
Paul Klingberg – engineer
Chris Andersen – engineer
John Berg – design
David Kennedy – photography
All tracks by Rick Nielsen, except where noted.
I Can’t Take It – Robin Zander
I Don’t Love Here Anymore
Next Position Please
Younger Girls – Robin Zander, Rick Nielsen
Dancing the Night Away – Nick Garvey, Andy McMaster