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On March 13, 2001.

On March 13, 2001, “Blue Note” label released “Flights of Fancy: Trio Fascination: Edition Two”, the 18th Joe Lovano album. It was recorded June 14 and 16, 2000, and was produced by Joe Lovano.

Personnel:

  • Joe Lovano– tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, alto clarinet, drums, percussion, gong
  • Idris Muhammad- drums
  • Cameron Brown- bass
  • Billy Drewes- soprano saxophone, alto flute
  • Joey Baron- drums
  • Toots Thielemans- harmonica
  • Kenny Werner- piano
  • Dave Douglas- trumpet
  • Mark Dresser- bass

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Lovano, except where noted.

  1. Flights of Fancy
  2. On April (I’ll Remember April) – Gene de Paul, Patricia Johnston, Don Raye
  3. Amsterdam
  4. Blue Mist
  5. Off and Runnin’
  6. Infant Eyes – Wayne Shorter
  7. 206
  8. Bougainvillea – Judi Silvano
  9. Windom Street
  10. Hot Shot
  11. Aisha – McCoy Tyner
  12. Amber
  13. On Giant Steps – John Coltrane
  14. Flights of Fancy – reprise

 

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In January 1967.

In 1967, “Verve” label released “A Simple Matter of Conviction”, the 32nd Bill Evans album. It was recorded on October 4, 1966, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and was produced by Creed Taylor.

Personnel:

  • Bill Evans- piano
  • Eddie Gómez- bass
  • Shelly Manne- drums

Track listing:

  1. A Simple Matter of Conviction – Bill Evans
  2. Stella by Starlight – Victor Young, Ned Washington
  3. Unless It’s You (Orbit) – Bill Evans
  4. Laura – Mercer, Raksin
  5. My Melancholy Baby – Ernie Burnett, George Norton, W. E. Watson
  6. I’m Getting Sentimental Over You – Bassman, Ned Washington
  7. Star Eyes – Gene de Paul, Don Raye
  8. Only Child – Bill Evans
  9. These Things Called Changes – Bill Evans

In November 1971.

In November 1971, “Paramount” label released “Lost in the Ozone”, the debut  Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen album. The studio selections were recorded April – July 1971 at “Pacific High Recording Studios” in Ann Arbor, Michigan , “Long Branch Saloon” and “New Monk” in Berkeley, California, and the live selections were recorded in July 1971, at the “Long Branch Saloon” and “New Monk” in Berkeley. The album was produced by Bob Cohen and George Frayne.

Personnel:

  • George Frayne (Commander Cody) – piano, vocals
  • John Tichy– rhythm guitar, lead and harmony vocals
  • Andy Stein– fiddle, saxophone
  • Lance Dickerson – drums
  • “Buffalo” Bruce Barlow – Fender bass, acoustic bass, harmony vocals
  • Bill Kirchen– lead guitar, trombone, lead and harmony vocals
  • Billy C. Farlow – lead vocals, harmonica
  • West Virginia Creeper (Steve Davis) – pedal steel guitar
  • Jack Black- backing vocals, guitar
  • Bob Cohen – engineer
  • Phil Sawyer – mixer
  • Chris Frayne – front cover
  • Dennis Anderson – rear cover photograph

Track listing:

All tracks by George Frayne and Billy C. Farlow; except where noted.

  1. Back to Tennessee
  2. Wine Do Yer Stuff
  3. Seeds and Stems (Again)
  4. Daddy’s Gonna Treat You Right – Billy C. Farlow
  5. Family Bible – Walt Breeland, Paul Buskirk, Claude Gray
  6. Home in My Hand – Ronnie Self
  7. Lost in the Ozone – Billy C. Farlow
  8. Midnight Shift – Jimmie Ainsworth, Earl Bud Lee
  9. Hot Rod Lincoln – S. Stevenson, Charlie Ryan
  10. What’s the Matter Now? (live) – Billy C. Farlow
  11. Twenty Flight Rock – (live) – Eddie Cochran, Ned Fairchild
  12. Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar (live) – Hughie Prince, Don Raye, Eleanore Sheehy

 

In April 1981.

In April 1981, “Columbia” label released “Zebop!”, the eleventh Santana studio album. It was recorded 1980-1981, and was produced by Carlos Santana and Bill Graham. The album was certified Platinum in the U.S. by “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Alex Ligertwood– vocals, background vocals
  • Carlos Santana– guitar, percussion, producer, vocals, background vocals
  • Chris Solberg – guitar, keyboards, vocals, background vocals
  • Alan Pasqua– keyboards, vocals, background vocals
  • Richard Baker – keyboards, organ, piano, synthesizer
  • David Margen – bass
  • Graham Lear– drums
  • Armando Peraza– bongos, percussion, vocals
  • Raul Rekow – congas, percussion, background vocals
  • Orestes Vilató– percussion, timbales, background vocals
  • Keith Olsen– engineer
  • Fred Catero– associate producer, engineer

Track listing:

  1. Changes – Cat Stevens
  2. E Papa Ré – Carlos Santana, Richard Baker, David Margen, Orestes Vilató, Alex Ligertwood
  3. Primera Invasion – Graham Lear, David Margen, Alan Pasqua, Carlos Santana
  4. Searchin’ – Alex Ligertwood, Carlos Santana, Chris Solberg
  5. Over and Over – Rick Meyers
  6. Winning – Russ Ballard
  7. Tales of Kilimanjaro – Alan Pasqua, Armando Peraza, Raul Rékow, Carlos Santana
  8. The Sensitive Kind – J. Cale
  9. American Gypsy – Russ Ballard, Graham Lear, Alex Ligertwood
  10. I Love You Much Too Much – Alexander Olshanetsky, Don Raye, Chaim Tauber
  11. Brightest Star – Alex Ligertwood, Carlos Santana
  12. Hannibal – Alex Ligertwood, Alan Pasqua, Raul Rékow, Carlos Santana

 

On September 11, 1964.

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On September 11, 1964, “His Master Voice” label released “The Five Faces of Manfred Mann”, the debut Manfred Mann studio album. It was recorded in 1964, at “EMI Studios” in Abbey Road, London, and was produced by John Burgess.

Personnel:

  • Manfred Mann– piano, organ
  • Mike Vickers– guitar, flute, saxophone
  • Mike Hugg– drums, vibes
  • Paul Jones– vocals, harmonica, maracas
  • Tom McGuinness– bass guitar
  • Norman Smith– engineer

Track listing:

  1. Smokestack Lightning – Chester Burnett
  2. Don’t Ask Me What I Say – Paul Jones
  3. Sack O’ Woe – Cannonball Adderley
  4. What You Gonna Do? – Paul Jones, Manfred Mann
  5. Hoochie Coochie – Willie Dixon
  6. I’m Your Kingpin – Manfred Mann, Paul Jones
  7. Down the Road Apiece – Don Raye
  8. Got My Mojo Working – Preston Foster; credited to Muddy Waters
  9. Canadian version: “Do Wah Diddy Diddy – Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich
  10. It’s Gonna Work Out Fine – Rose Marie McCoy, Sylvia McKinney; credited to Joe Seneca, J. Lee
  11. Anello – Mike Hugg, Paul Jones, Manfred Mann, Tom McGuinness, Mike Vickers
  12. Untie Me – Joe South
  13. Bring It to Jerome – Jerome Green
  14. Without You – Paul Jones
  15. You’ve Got to Take It – Paul Jones

On August 26, 1966.

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On August 26, 1966, “Philips” label released “Portrait”, the second Walker Brothers album. It was recorded in 1966, and was produced by John Franz. The sleeve notes were written by Keith Altham, photography by Dezo Hoffman.

Personnel:

  • Gary Walker– drums, vocals
  • John Walker– guitar, vocals
  • Scott Walker- vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Ivor Raymonde- music director

Track listing:

  1. In My Room – Joaquin Prieto, Paul Vance, Lee Pockriss
  2. Saturday’s Child – Scott Engel
  3. Just for a Thrill – Lil Armstrong, Don Raye
  4. Hurting Each Other – Peter Udell, Gary Geld
  5. Old Folks – Willard Robison, Dedette Lee Hill
  6. Summertime – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Dubose Heyward
  7. People Get Ready – Curtis Mayfield
  8. I Can See It Now – Scott Engel, John Franz
  9. Where’s the Girl – Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
  10. Living Above Your Head – Kenny Vance, Mark D. Sanders, J.A. Black
  11. Take It Like a Man – Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
  12. No Sad Songs for Me – Tom Springfield

On January 15, 1965.

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On January 15, 1965, “Decca” label released “The Rolling Stones No. 2”, the second Rolling Stones studio album. It was recorded June – November 1964, at the “Chess Studios” in Chicago, “Regent Sound Studios” in London and “RCA Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Andrew Loog Oldham.

Personnel:

  • Mick Jagger– lead vocals, harmonica, tambourine, percussion
  • Keith Richards– electric guitar, backing vocals
  • Brian Jones– electric, acoustic, and slide guitars, keyboards, harmonica, percussion, backing vocals
  • Bill Wyman– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Charlie Watts– drums, percussion
  • Jack Nitzsche– piano, sound effects, tambourine
  • Ian Stewart– piano

Track listing:

  1. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love – Solomon Burke, Bert Berns, Jerry Wexler
  2. Down Home Girl – Jerry Leiber, Arthur Butler
  3. You Can’t Catch Me – Chuck Berry
  4. Time is on My Side – Norman Meade
  5. What a Shame – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  6. Grown Up Wrong – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  7. Down the Road Apiece – Don Raye
  8. Under the Boardwalk – Arthur Resnick, Kenny Young
  9. I Can’t Be Satisfied – Muddy Waters
  10. Pain in My Heart – Allen Toussaint
  11. Off the Hook – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  12. Susie Q – Dale Hawkins, Stan Lewis, Eleanor Broadwater