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On February 28, 2010.

On February 28, 2010, Tom “T-Bone” Wolk died aged 58. He was musician (bass, guitar, mandolin, accordion), and music producer, worked with Kurtis Blow, Carly Simon, Saturday night Live house band, Elvis Costello, Billy Joel, Squeeze, Shawn Colvin and Jellyfish, but was best known as member and bass player of Hall & Oates.

On February 28, 2020.

On February 28, 2020, “Domino” label released “The Main Thing”, the fifth Real Estate studio album. It was recorded in 2019, and was produced by Kevin McMahon.

Personnel:

  • Martin Countrey – vocals, guitar, string arrangements
  • Alex Bleeker – vocals, bass, guitar
  • Aaron Johnston – percussion
  • Matt Barrick – additional percussion
  • Jane Scarpantoni – additional vocals
  • Martin Courtney – string arrangements
  • Ryder McNair – string arrangements
  • Jane Scarpantoni – string arrangements
  • Olivier Manchen – violin
  • Renata Zeiguer – violin
  • Anni Rossi – viola
  • Jane Scarpantoni – cello
  • Kevin Mcmahon – engineer, mixing
  • Joey Weiss – additional engineering
  • Nicholas Sanborn – recording
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Bjorn Copeland – artwork
  • Rob Carmichael – design
  • Alex Bleeker – photography
  • Jackson Pollis – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by 

  1. Friday
  2. Paper Cup
  3. Gone
  4. You
  5. November
  6. Falling Down
  7. Also a But
  8. The Main Thing
  9. Shallow Sun
  10. Sting
  11. Silent World
  12. Procession
  13. Brother

On February 28, 1995.

On February 28, 1995, “Verve Forecast Records” label released “First Wish”, the debut Chris Botti album. It was recorded in 1994, at “Bearsville Studios” in Bearsville, New York, “AGF Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Chris Botti, Kevin Killen and Andy Snitzer.

Personnel:

  • Chris Botti – trumpet, keyboards, programming, tambourine, acoustic piano
  • Paul Joseph Moore – keyboards, acoustic piano, Omnichord
  • Andy Snitzer – Rhodes, programming
  • Mitchell Froom – Wurlitzer electric piano, organ
  • Kevin Killen – Omnichord
  • Larry Saltzman – guitars
  • Shane Fontayne – guitars
  • Paul Livant – guitars
  • Marc Shulman – guitars
  • Dominic Kanza – guitars
  • Pino Palladino – bass
  • Steve Ferrone – drums
  • Jerry Marotta – drums
  • Joe Bonadio – percussion
  • Cyro Baptista – surdo, shaker
  • Michael Brecker – tenor saxophone
  • Sandra Park – violin
  • Rebecca Young – violin
  • Morris Goldberg – African flutes
  • Edie Brickell – vocals
  • Kevin Killen – engineer, mixing
  • Guy Eckstein – executive producer
  • Andrew Page – additional recording
  • Marc Silag – production coordinator
  • David Lau – art direction
  • Sheryl Lutz-Brown – art direction
  • Étsuko Iseki – design
  • Gary St. Clair – design
  • Brad Hitz – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Chris Botti, except where noted.

  1. Worlds Outside
  2. On the Night Ride
  3. First Wish
  4. Like I Do Now – Chris Botti, Edie Brickell, Paul Joseph Moore
  5. Cubism
  6. Through Tin Hearts
  7. Longing
  8. Nerve Central
  9. Fade to Day
  10. A Few More Days, A Few More Weeks

On February 28, 1995.

On February 28, 1995, “Nation Records” label released “Diaspora”, the debut Natacha Atlas album. It was recorded in 1994, and was produced by Transglobal Underground.

Personnel:

  • Natacha Atlas – lead vocals, dharabuka
  • Larry Whelan – saxophone, clarinet
  • Essam Rashad – oud, violin
  • Rafiq Rouissi – dharabuka, riq, percussion
  • Neil Sparkes – dharabuka, backing vocals
  • Walid Rouissi – oud, backing vocals
  • Peer Khawam – keyboard
  • Alex Kasiek – keyboards, guitar
  • Hamed Mostafa – bass
  • Ashiqali Hussein, Ali Ahmedaly, Satin Singh – tabla
  • Hamid Mantu – drums, percussion, keyboards
  • Nawazish Khan, Amin Abdelazeem, Faed Abdelaal, Hanafi Soliman, Monir Abdelaal, Wael Abubakr – violin
  • Count Dubulah – bass, guitar
  • Sokar Al Gohari – accordion
  • Mostafa Alarab – percussion
  • Bashir Abdelall – flute
  • Sameer Benjaman – tambourine
  • Simon Walker – strings
  • Graeme Holdaway – engineering
  • Mary Farbrother – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Natacha Atlas, Count Dubulah, Hamid ManTu and Attiah Ahlan, except where noted.

  1. Iskanderia
  2. Leysh Nat’ Arak
  3. Diaspora – Natacha Atlas, Count Dubulah, Hamid ManTu, Attiah Ahlan, Neil Sparkes
  4. Yalla Chant
  5. Alhambra Part 1 – Natacha Atlas, Count Dubulah, Hamid ManTu, Attiah Ahlan, Larry Whelan
  6. Duden
  7. Feres – Natacha Atlas, Essam Rashad
  8. Fun Does Not Exist
  9. Dub Yalil – Natacha Atlas
  10. Iskanderia – Atlas Zamalek
  11. Diaspora (Ballon Theatre mix)
  12. Fun Does Not Exist (Dolmus mix)

On February 28, 1995.

On February 28, 1995, “ZYX” label released “In Blue”, the thirty-first Klaus Schulze album. It was recorded November – December 1994, and was produced by Klaus Schulze.

Personnel:

  • Klaus Schulze – synthesizers, computers, keyboards
  • Manuel Göttsching – guitar
  • Klaus D. Mueller – engineer, mixing
  • Thomas Ewerhard – layout
  • Elfi Schulze – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Klaus Schulze.

  1. Into the Blue
  2. Return of the Temple
  3. Serenade in Blue

 

On February 28, 1990.

On February 28, 1990, “Capitol” label released “Ah Via Musicom”, the third Eric Johnson studio album. It was recorded March 1988 – June 1989, at “Riverside Sound”, “Arlyn Studios” and “Saucer One Studio” in Austin, Texas, and was produced by Eric Johnson, Richard Mullen.

Personnel:

  • Eric Johnson– lead vocals, guitar, piano, electric sitar, arrangement, engineering
  • Jody Lazo – vocals
  • Steven Hennig – guitar
  • Steve Barber– keyboard, synthesizer, arrangement
  • Tommy Taylor – drums, percussion, arrangement
  • Paul Bissell – percussion
  • James Fenner – percussion
  • Roscoe Beck– bass, arrangement
  • Kyle Brock – bass, arrangement
  • Reggie Witty – bass, arrangement
  • Wee Willie – harmonica
  • Vince Mariani – arrangement
  • Richard Mullen – engineering, mixing
  • Chet Himes – engineering
  • Bob Lacivita – engineering
  • Walter New – engineering
  • Dave Parks – engineering
  • Stuart Sullivan– engineering
  • Michael Frondelli – mixing
  • Bernie Grundman– mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Eric Johnson, except where noted.

  1. Ah Via Musicom – Eric Johnson, Steve Barber
  2. Cliffs of Dover
  3. Desert Rose – Eric Johnson, Vince Mariani
  4. High Landrons
  5. Steve’s Boogie
  6. Trademark
  7. Nothing Can Keep Me from You
  8. Song for George
  9. Righteous
  10. Forty Mile Town
  11. East West

On February 28, 1990.

On February 28, 1990, “Revisited Records” label released “Miditerranean Pads”, the twenty-first Klaus Schulze album. It was recorded in 1989, and was produced by Klaus Schulze.

Personnel:

  • Klaus Schulze – electronics, arranger, engineer, mixing
  • Elfi Schulze – vocals, voices
  • Albrecht Piltz – liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Klaus Schulze.

  1. Decent Changes
  2. Miditerranean Pads
  3. Percussion Planante

On February 28, 2011.

On February 28, 2011, “Barking Moondog” label relased “Electronic Church Muzik”, the fourth Ant-Bee studio album. It was recorded over the course of several years, and was produced by Billy James.

Personnel:

  • Billy James (The Ant-Bee) – vocals, tape,  percussion,  Mellotron, vibraphone, guitar, keyboards, harp, cuica, washboard, violin,  choir
  • Jan Akkerman– guitar
  • Daevid Allen– vocals
  • Artemiy Artemiev– keyboards
  • Peter Banks– guitar
  • Jimmy Carl Black– spoken word
  • Mark Boston(as Rockette Morton) – bass guitar
  • Michael Bruce– guitar, bass guitar, sitar, vocala, keyboards
  • Napoleon Murphy Brock– vocals
  • Bruce Cameron– guitar, bass guitar, sitar
  • Jack Dougherty – pedal steel guitar
  • Peter Frohmader– keyboards, electronics
  • Bunk Gardner– saxophone, flute
  • Buzz Gardner– trumpet
  • Cor Gout – vocals
  • Moogy Klingman– keyboards
  • Bill Harkleroad(Zoot Horn Rollo) – guitar
  • Mike Logiovino – bass guitar
  • Rod Martin – trumpet
  • Groucho Marx– vocals
  • Zad McGough – background vocals
  • Alessandro Pizzin – keyboards
  • Don Preston– Moog synthesizer, keyboards, electronics
  • George Scala – recorder
  • Jim Sherwood(as Motorhead) – snorks
  • Gilli Smyth– vocals, spoken word

Track listing:

  1. Birth – Billy James, Gilli Smyth
  2. Living – Michael Bruce, Glen Buxton, Alice Cooper, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith
  3. The Language of the Body – Billy James, Daevid Allen
  4. Eye of Agamoto – Don Preston
  5. The Guff (Hall of Souls) – Peter Banks, Billy James, Gilli Smyth
  6. Mallard Flies Towards Heaven – Bill Harkleroad
  7. Ant-Bee’s Sunday Supper
  8. Flutter-Bye, Butter-Flye – Michael Bruce, Billy James
  9. Endless Journey – Peter Banks
  10. The Light – Billy James, Alessandro Pizzin
  11. Mannah – Jan Akkerman
  12. Psalm 23
  13. Hallelujah – Peter Frohmader, Billy James
  14. The Wrath – Part One (The Flood) – Billy James
  15. Secrets of the Dead – Bruce Cameron, Billy James
  16. Pennies From Heaven – Johnny Burke, Arthur Johnston
  17. The Wrath – Part Two (Baptism Through Fire) – Billy James
  18. The Lords Prayer
  19. Angels
  20. Don’t You Ever Learn? – Todd Rundgren
  21. Re-Birth – Billy James, Gilli Smyth
  22. Final Benediction – Lord We Thank You

 

 

 

On February 28, 1983.

On February 28, 1983, “A&M” label released “The Key”, the eighth Joan Armatrading studio album. It was recorded in 1982, at “Townhouse Studios” in Shepherd’s Bush, London, “Polar Studios” in Stockholm and in New York City, and was produced by Steve Lillywhite and Val Garay.

Personnel:

  • Joan Armatrading – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano
  • Adrian Belew– electric guitar
  • Daryl Stuermer– electric guitar
  • Gary Sanford – electric guitar
  • Tony Levin– bass guitar
  • Larry Fast– synthesiser
  • Jerry Marotta– drums
  • Stewart Copeland– drums
  • Julian Diggle – percussion
  • Mel Collins– saxophone
  • Annie Whitehead– trombone
  • Guy Barker– trumpet
  • Dean Klevatt – piano
  • Jeremy Meek – vocal, bass
  • Craig Hull – electric guitar
  • Tim Pierce– electric guitar
  • Bryan Garofalo – bass guitar
  • Craig Krampf– drums
  • Steve “Goldie” Goldstein – keyboards
  • L. Benoit – percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Joan Armatrading.

  1. (I Love It When You) Call Me Names
  2. Foolish Pride
  3. Drop the Pilot
  4. The Key
  5. Everybody Gotta Know
  6. Tell Tale
  7. What Do Boys Dream
  8. The Game of Love
  9. The Dealer
  10. Bad Habits
  11. I Love My Baby

 

On February 28, 1995.

On February 28, 1995, “Warner Bros” label released “Train a Comin’”, the fifth Steve Earl studio album. It was recorded in 1994, and was produced by Steve Earle and William Alsobrook.

Personnel:

  • Steve Earle – vocals, guitar, high string guitar, 12 string guitar, harmonica, mandolin
  • Peter Rowan– vocals, mandolin, mandola, gut string guitars
  • Norman Blake- Hawaiian guitar, dobro, mandolin, fiddle, guitar
  • Roy Huskey, Jr.- acoustic bass
  • Emmylou Harris- vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Steve Earle, except where noted.

  1. Mystery Train Part II
  2. Hometown Blues
  3. Sometimes She Forgets
  4. Mercenary Song
  5. Goodbye
  6. Tom Ames’ Prayer
  7. Nothin’ Without You
  8. Angel Is the Devil
  9. I’m Looking Through You – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  10. Northern Winds – Norman Blake
  11. Ben McCulloch
  12. Rivers of Babylon – Brent Gayford Dowe, James Augustus McNaughton, Frank Farian, George Reyam
  13. Tecumseh Valley – Townes Van Zandt