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On February 24, 2020.

On February 24, 2020, David Edward Roback died aged 61. He was musician (guitar), songwriter and music producer, member of the bands Unconscious, Rain Parade, Rainy Day and Opal, but was best known as founding member of the duo Mazzy Star.

On February 24, 2003.

On February 24, 2003, “Trifekta Records” label released “Bright Yellow Bright Orange”, the eighth Go-Betweens album. It was recorded August – September 2002, at “Sing Sing Studios” in Melbourne and “Paradise Studios” in Sydney.

Personnel:

  • Robert Forster – vocals, acoustic, slide and electric guitar, Hammond organ, piano
  • Grant McLennan – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar
  • Adele Pickvance – vocals, electric and upright bass, keyboards
  • Glenn Thompson – vocals, drums, electric guitar, Farfisa organ, keyboards
  • Hope Csutoros – violin
  • Helen Mountfort – cello
  • David Chesworth – string arrangement

Track listing:

All tracks by Grant McLennan and Robert Forster.

  1. Caroline and I
  2. Poison on the Walls
  3. Mrs. Morgan
  4. In Her Diary
  5. Too Much of One Thing
  6. Crooked Lines
  7. Old Mexico
  8. Make Her Day
  9. Something for Myself
  10. Unfinished Business

On February 24, 1998.

On February 24, 1998, “Capricorn Records” label released “Dose”, the second Gov’t Mule studio album. It was recorded in 1997, and was produced by Michael Barbiero.

Personnel:

  • Warren Haynes – vocals, guitar, percussion
  • Allen Woody – bass, mandolin
  • Matt Abts – drums, percussion
  • Michael Barbiero – tambourine 

Track listing:

All tracks by Warren Haynes except where noted.

  1. Blind Man in the Dark
  2. Thorazine Shuffle – Warren Haynes, Matt Abts
  3. Thelonious Beck
  4. Game Face
  5. Towering Fool – Warren Haynes, Matt Abts
  6. Birth of the Mule – Warren Haynes, Allen Woody, Matt Abts
  7. John the Revelator
  8. She Said Said She Said – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  9. Larger Than Life
  10. Raven Black Night
  11. I Shall Return

On February 24, 1998.

On February 24, 1998, “Melankolic Records” label released “The Space Between Us”, the debut Craig Armstrong album. It was recorded in 1997, at “Olympic, Mayfair” and “Air Studios” in London, “Christchurch Studios” in Bristol and “Ca Va Studios” in Glasgow, and was produced by Craig Armstrong and Marius de Vries.

Personnel:

  • Craig Armstrong – piano, keyboards, orchestra arrangements, conductor, programming
  • Marius de Vries – programming
  • Richard T. Norris – programming
  • Alan Douglas, Andy Bradfield, Ben Fenner, Neil Davidge, Richard T. Norris – engineer
  • Andy Bradfield, Mark “Spike” Stent – mixing
  • Kevin Metcalfe – mastering
  • David James Associates – art direction, design
  • Malcolm Webb – photography
  • Steve Wiley – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Craig Armstrong.

  1. Weather Storm
  2. This Love
  3. Sly II
  4. After the Storm
  5. Laura’s Theme
  6. My Father
  7. Balcony Scene (Romeo and Juliet)
  8. Rise
  9. Glasgow
  10. Let’s Go Out Tonight
  11. Childhood
  12. Hymn

On February 24, 1971.

On February 24, 1971, “Columbia” label released “Jack Johnson”, the 39th Miles Davis album. It was recorded February – April 1970, at “30th Street” in New York City, and was produced by Teo Macero.

Personnel:

  • Miles Davis – trumpet
  • Steve Grossman – soprano saxophone
  • Bennie Maupin – bass clarinet
  • John McLaughlin – electric guitar
  • Sonny Sharrock – electric guitar
  • Herbie Hancock – organ
  • Chick Corea – electric piano
  • Dave Holland – electric bass
  • Michael Henderson – electric bass
  • Jack DeJohnette – drums
  • Billy Cobham – drums
  • Brock Peters – narration
  • Teo Macero – conduction of “unknown orchestra”
  • Stan Tonkel – engineering

Track listing:

All tracks by Miles Davis.

  1. Right Off
  2. Yesternow

On February 24, 2004.

On February 24, 2004, “Warner Bros” label released “Anything Goes”, the 14th Brad Mehldau album. It was recorded October 2002, at “Avatar Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Matt Pierson and Brad Mehldau.

Personnel:

  • Brad Mehldau– piano
  • Larry Grenadier– bass
  • Jorge Rossy– drums
  • James Farber, Steve Mazur, Aya Takemura – engineer
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Lawrence Azerrad Design – art direction, design
  • Warren Darius Aftahi – photography
  • Dana Watson – production coordinator

Track listing:

  1. Get Happy – Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler
  2. Dreamsville – Raymond B. Evans, Jay Livingston, Henry Mancini
  3. Anything Goes – Cole Porter
  4. Tres Palabras – Osvaldo Farrés
  5. Skippy – Thelonious Monk
  6. Nearness of You – Hoagy Carmichael, Ned Washington
  7. Still Crazy After All These Years – Paul Simon
  8. Everything in Its Right Place – Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood
  9. Smile – Charlie Chaplin, Geoff Parsons, James John Turner Phillips
  10. I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face – Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe

On February 24, 2003.

On February 24, 2003, “Superstar” label released “Fünfzehn neue D.A.F.-Lieder”, the seventh Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft album. It was recorded September – October 2002, and was produced by Robert Görl.

Personnel:

  • Robert Görl- drums, percussion, electronic instruments
  • Gabriel “Gabi” Delgado-López– vocals

Track listing:

  1. Der Sheriff (Anti-Amerikanisches Lied)
  2. Ich Bin Tot (Romantisches Lied)
  3. Du Bewegst Dich (Tanzlied)
  4. Kinderzimmer (Heldenlied)
  5. Rock Hoch (Sexlied)
  6. Mira Como Se Menea (Spanisches Lied)
  7. Satellit (Weltraumlied)
  8. Moschino, Heckler & Koch (Ganovenlied)
  9. Seltsame Freunde (Kriegslied)
  10. Algorithmus (Zahlenlied)
  11. Der Präsident (Erste Welt Lied)
  12. Liebeszimmer (Hexenlied)
  13. Komm’ In Meine Welt (Liebeslied)
  14. Die Lüge (Wahrheitslied)
  15. Ich Bin Morgen Wieder Da (Abschiedslied)

On February 24, 2017.

On February 24, 2017, “Brainfeeder” label released “Drunk”, the third Thundercat studio album. It was recorded in 2016, and was produced by Flying Lotus, Sounwave and Thundercat.

Personnel:

  • Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner– vocals, bass, programming
  • Miguel Atwood-Ferguson– strings
  • Burris – synth-bass
  • Zane Carney – guitar
  • Louis Cole– drums, keyboards, programming, “basically everything”
  • Charles “Mono/Poly” Dickerson– keyboards, programming
  • Kevin “Daddy Kev” Moo– mastering
  • Steven “Flying Lotus” Ellison– mixing, synthesizer (track 15), programming
  • Taylor Graves – keyboards, programming
  • Dennis Hamm – keyboards , piano, synthesizers
  • Deantoni Parks– drums
  • Pharrell Williams– vocals
  • Mac Miller– vocals
  • Kendrick Lamar– vocals
  • Kenny Loggins– vocals
  • Cameron “Wiz Khalifa” Thomaz– vocals
  • Michael McDonald– vocals, keyboards
  • Kamasi Washington– saxophone
  • Harry Rabin – engineer
  • Zack Sekoff – programming

Track listing:

  1. Rabbot Ho – Stephen Bruner, Dennis Hamm
  2. Captain Stupido – Stephen Bruner
  3. Uh Uh – Stephen Bruner, Zack Sekoff
  4. Bush in These Streets – Stephen Bruner, Louis Cole
  5. A Fan’s Mail (Tron Song Suite II) – Stephen Bruner, Mark Spears
  6. Lava Lamp – Stephen Bruner, Mark Spears
  7. Jethro – Stephen Bruner, Steven Ellison
  8. Day & Night – Stephen Bruner, S. Burris
  9. Show the Day – Stephen Bruner, Michael McDonald, Kenny Logins
  10. Walk on By – Stephen Bruner, Kendrick Lamar
  11. Blackkk – Stephen Bruner, Mark Spears
  12. Tokyo – Stephen Brunner, Dennis Hamm
  13. Jameel’s Space Ride – Stephen Brunner, Louis Cole
  14. Friend Zone – Stephen Brunner, Charles Dickerson
  15. Them Changes – Stephen Brunner, Steven Ellison, Chris Jasper, Ernie Isley, Marvin Isley, O’Kelly Isley, Ronald Isley, Rudolph Isley
  16. Where I’m Going – Stephen Brunner, Steven Ellison
  17. Drink Dat – Stephen Brunner, Cameron Thomaz, Taylor Graves
  18. Inferno – Stephen Brunner
  19. I Am Crazy – Stephen Bruner
  20. 3AM – Stephen Bruner, Steven Ellison
  21. Drunk – Stephen Bruner, Steven Ellison
  22. The Turn Down – Stephen Bruner, Pharrell Williams
  23. DUI – Stephen Bruner, Dennis Hamm

On February 24, 1998.

On February 24, 1998, “Verve” label released “The Sound of Summer Running”, the second Marc Johnson studio album. It was recorded in 1997, at “Avatar Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Lee Townsend. The album title was borrowed from a story by Ray Bradbury.

Personnel:

  • Marc Johnson– double bass
  • Bill Frisell– acoustic and electric guitars
  • Pat Metheny– electric and acoustic guitars, 42-string Pikasso guitar
  • Joey Baron– drums, tambourine
  • Joe Ferla – engineer
  • Greg Calbi – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Marc Johnson, except where noted.

  1. Faith in You
  2. Ghost Town – Bill Frisell
  3. Summer Running
  4. With My Boots On
  5. Union Pacific
  6. Porch Swing
  7. Dingy-Dong Day
  8. The Adventures of Max and Ben – Bill Frisell
  9. In a Quiet Place – Eliane Elias, Marc Johnson
  10. For a Thousand Years – Pat Metheny

 

On February 24, 2017.

On February 24, 2017, “Flightless” label released “Flying Microtonal Banana”, the ninth King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard studio album.

Personnel:

  • Michael Cavanagh – drum kit, bongos, percussion
  • Cook Craig – microtonalguitar, microtonal bass guitar
  • Ambrose Kenny-Smith – vocals, microtonal harmonica, piano, synthesizer
  • Stu Mackenzie – vocals, microtonal guitar, microtonal bass guitar, zurna, percussion
  • Eric Moore – drum kit, bongos
  • Lucas Skinner – microtonal bass guitar
  • Joey Walker – vocals, microtonal guitar, microtonal bass guitar
  • Stu Mackenzie – recording
  • Jarvis Taveniere– mixing
  • Joe Carra – mastering
  • Jason Galea – artwork, layout

Track listing:

  1. Rattlesnake – Stu Mackenzie
  2. Melting – Stu Mackenzie
  3. Open Water – Stu Mackenzie
  4. Sleep Drifter – Stu Mackenzie
  5. Billabong Valley – Stu Mackenzie, Ambrose Kenny-Smith
  6. Anoxia – Stu Mackenzie
  7. Doom City – Stu Mackenzie
  8. Nuclear Fusion – Stu Mackenzie, Joey Walker
  9. Flying Microtonal Banana – Stu Mackenzie, Joey Walker