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On January 26, 2010.

On January 26, 2010, “Drag City” label released “Five American Portraits”, the fifth collaboration between Red Krayola and the art group Art & Language.

Personnel:

  • Gina Birch– vocals, bass guitar
  • Alex Dower – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Jim O’Rourke– bass guitar
  • Tom Rogerson– piano
  • Mayo Thompson– guitar, piano, vocals, mixing
  • Tom Watson – guitar
  • Fred Somsen – backing vocals
  • Dan Cox – backing vocals, engineering
  • Matt Ingram – backing vocals, engineering
  • Butchy Fuego – mixing
  • Rian Murphy– mixing

Track listing:

All lyrics by Art & Language; all music by The Red Krayola.

  1. Portrait of Wile E. Coyote
  2. Portrait of President George W. Bush
  3. Portrait of President Jimmy Carter
  4. Portrait of John Wayne
  5. Portrait of Ad Reinhardt

On January 20, 1998.

On January 20, 1998, “Matador” label released “Caught in a Trap and I Can’t Back Out ‘Cause I Love You Too Much, Baby”, the fifth Mark Eitzel album. It was recorded in 1997, and was produced by Mark Eitzel.

Personnel:

  • Mark Eitzel – vocals, guitar
  • Kid Congo Powers- guitar
  • James McNew- bass guitar
  • Steve Shelley- drums
  • Tom Clapp – engineer
  • Bryan Martin – engineer, mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Mark Eitzel.

  1. Are You the Trash
  2. Xmas Lights Spin
  3. Auctioneer’s Song
  4. White Rosary
  5. If I Had a Gun
  6. Goodbye
  7. Queen of No One
  8. Cold Light of Day
  9. Go Away
  10. Atico 18
  11. Sun Smog Seahorse

On January 19, 2018.

January 19, 2018, “Columbia” label released “The Worm’s Heart”, the fifth Shins album. It was recorded in October 2016, at “Aural Apothecary” in Portland, and was produced by Yuuki Matthews, James Mercer and Jon Sortland.

Personnel:

  • Casey Foubert – vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards, programming
  • Yuuki Matthews – bass, engineer, guitar, keyboards, synthesizer, background vocals, programming, engineer, mixing
  • Patti King – violin, background vocals
  • James Mercer – vocals, bass, guitar, synthesizer
  • Jon Sortland – bass, piano, synthesizer, drum machine, drums, background vocals, programming
  • Mark Watrous – guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Dave Allen – bass
  • Maxwell Drummey – keyboards
  • Eric Johnson – keyboards
  • Jeremy Sherrer – engineer, mixing
  • Brian Lucey – mastering
  • Jacob Escobedo – artwork, design

Track listing:

All tracks by James Mercer.

  1. Name for You
  2. Painting a Hole
  3. Cherry Hearts
  4. Fantasy Island
  5. Mildenhall
  6. Rubber Ballz
  7. Half a Million
  8. Dead Alive
  9. Heartworms
  10. So Now What
  11. The Fear

On January 18, 2019.

On January 18, 2019, “Jagjaguwar” label released “Remind Me Tomorrow”, the fifth Sharon Van Etten studio album. It was recorded in 2018, at “Sargent Recorders”,  “Studio 64” in Los Angeles, and was produced by John Congleton.

Personnel:

  • Sharon Van Etten– vocals, piano, organ
  • Heather Woods Broderick– backing vocals, synthesizer, electric piano
  • Zachary Dawes – bass, synthesizer
  • McKenzie Smith – drums, percussion
  • Luke Reynolds– lap steel guitar, guitar, tape loops, synthesizer, keyboards, celesta, bass
  • John Congleton– percussion, organ, theremin, synthesizer, drone, drum programming, tape loops, drum machine, loops, sequencer, engineering, mixing
  • Jamie Stewart– vocals, synthesizer, guitar, bells, percussion
  • Lars Horntveth– guitar, synthesizer, woodwinds, piano, celesta
  • Brian Reitzell– drums, organ, percussion, drone, cymbal
  • Joey Waronker– drums
  • Stella Mozgawa– drums
  • Sean Cook – additional engineering
  • Tyler Karmen – additional engineering
  • Greg Calbi– mastering
  • JN-H – lacquer cutting
  • Nathaniel David Utesch – design, layout
  • Katherine Dieckmann– front cover photography
  • Rob Houston – inner sleeve photography
  • Maya Judd – inner sleeve photography
  • Len Prince– inner sleeve, back cover, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Sharon Van Etten, except where  noted.

  1. I Told You Everything
  2. No One’s Easy to Love
  3. Memorial Day
  4. Comeback Kid – Sharon Van Etten, Sam Cohen
  5. Jupiter 4
  6. Seventeen – Sharon Van Etten, Kate Davis
  7. Malibu
  8. You Shadow
  9. Hands
  10. Stay

 

On December 23, 1981.

On December 23, 1981, “PGP RTB” label released “Sledovanje”, the fifth Leb I Sol studio album. It was recorded in November 1981, at “M2 Studio” in RT Skopje, Macedonia, and was produced by Vlatko Stefanovski, Bodan Arsovski, Dragoljub Đuričić and Tahir Duraklić.

Personnel:

  • Vlatko Stefanovski – vocal, guitars, arrangements
  • Bodan Arsovski – bass guitar, arrangements
  • Dragoljub Đuričić – drums, arrangements
  • Amazonke (Mimi, Jana, Zane, Sanja, Eli) – background vocals
  • Tahir Duraklić – recording engineer
  • Braco Zafirovski – engineer assistant
  • Miroslav Grčev, Lazo Planevksi – design
  • Jordan Živovski – photography

Track listing:

  1. Lokomobila – Bodan Arsovski
  2. Pazi da paziš – lyrics by Goran Stefanovski, music by Vlatko Stefanovski
  3. Mirko – Vlatko Stefanovski
  4. Nosim tvoj žig – lyrics by Goran Stefanovski, music by Vlatko Stefanovski
  5. Mile pop Jordanov – traditional
  6. Let u mestu – lyrics by Goran Stefanovski, music by Bodan Arsovski
  7. Miris juga – Bodan Arsovski
  8. Njena sena – lyrics by Goran Stefanovski, music by Vlatko Stefanovski
  9. Hvala na svemu – lyrics by Goran Stefanovski, music by Vlatko Stefanovski
  10. Oda radosti – Vlatko Stefanovski, Bodan Arsovski

On December 15, 1992.

On December 15, 1992, “Atlantic” label released “Happy Hour”, the fifth King Missile album. It was recorded in 1992, and was produced by Kramer, Steve Watson, John S. Hall, Dave Rick, Chris Xefos, Roger Murdock and Mal Rick.

Personnel:

  • John S. Hall – lead vocals
  • Dave Rick – guitars
  • Chris Xefos – vocals, bass guitar, keyboards, percussion
  • Roger Murdock – drums, percussion, Emulator, keyboards, guitar
  • Mal Rick– clarinet
  • Kramer– mellotron, bass guitar

Track listing:

All lyrics by John S. Hall, all music as noted.

  1. Intro
  2. Sink – John S. Hall, Roger Murdock, Dave Rick, Chris Xefos
  3. Martin Scorsese – John S. Hall, Roger Murdock, Dave Rick, Chris Xefos
  4. (Why Are We) Trapped? – John S. Hall, Roger Murdock, Dave Rick, Chris Xefos
  5. It’s Saturday – John S. Hall, Roger Murdock
  6. VvV (VulvaVoid) – John S. Hall, Roger Murdock, Dave Rick, Chris Xefos
  7. Metanoia – John S. Hall, Roger Murdock, Dave Rick, Chris Xefos
  8. Detachable Penis – John S. Hall, Roger Murdock, Dave Rick, Chris Xefos
  9. Take Me Home – John S. Hall, Roger Murdock, Dave Rick, Chris Xefos
  10. Ed – John S. Hall, Roger Murdock, Dave Rick, Chris Xefos
  11. Anywhere – John S. Hall, Dave Rick
  12. The Evil Children – John S. Hall, Roger Murdock, Dave Rick, Chris Xefos
  13. Glass
  14. And – John S. Hall, Roger Murdock, Dave Rick, Chris Xefos
  15. King Murdock – Roger Murdock, Dave Rick
  16. I’m Sorry – John S. Hall, Roger Murdock, Dave Rick, Chris Xefos
  17. Heaven – John S. Hall, Roger Murdock
  18. Happy Hour – John S. Hall, Roger Murdock, Dave Rick, Chris Xefos

 

On December 13, 1978.

On December 13, 1978, “Jasrac” label released “Friendship”, the fifth Lee Ritenour album. It was recorded in 1978, at “Filmays/Heider Studio” in Hollywood, and was produced by Toshi Endo.

Personnel:

  • Lee Ritenour – guitar
  • Steve Forman – percussion
  • Steve Gadd – drums
  • Dave Grusin – piano
  • Don Grusin – keyboards
  • Abraham Laboriel – bass
  • Ernie Watts – saxophones

Track listing:

  1. Sea Dance – Don Grusin
  2. Crystal Morning – Lee Ritenour
  3. Samurai Night Fever – Dave Grusin
  4. Life is the Song We Sing- Ernie Watts
  5. Woody Creek – Dave Grusin
  6. It’s a Natural Thing – Ernie Watts