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In November 1978.

In November 1978, “One Way” label released “Crazy Moon”, the fourth Crazy Horse album. It was recorded in 1978, and was produced by Kirby Johnson, Richard Heenan, Neil Young, David Briggs and Tim Mulligan.

Personnel:

  • Billy Talbot- bass, vocals
  • Ralph Molina- drums, vocals
  • Frank “Poncho” Sampedro- guitars, vocals
  • Neil Young- guitar, associate producer
  • Greg Leroy – guitar
  • Michael Curtis – synthesizer
  • Bobby Notkoff– violin
  • Kenny Walther – trombone
  • Tom Brey – trumpet
  • Mike Kowalski – drums
  • Jay Graydon– guitar
  • Barry Goldberg- piano, keyboards
  • Steve Lawrence – saxophone
  • Dan Doyle – art direction, photography
  • Richard Heenan – engineer
  • David Briggs, Tim Mulligan – engineer, associate producer
  • Bob Bullock, Leslie Foster, Spellbound Kelly, Jackson Schwartz, C. Snyder – engineer

Track listing:

  1. She’s Hot – Steve Antoine, Frank Sampedro
  2. Going Down Again – Ralph Molina
  3. Lost and Lonely Feelin’ – Frank Sampedro
  4. Dancin’ Lady – Frank Sampedro, Billy Talbot
  5. End of the Line – Ralph Molina
  6. New Orleans – Ben Keith, Billy Talbot
  7. Love Don’t Come Easy – Ralph Molina
  8. Downhill – Frank Sampedro
  9. Too Late Now – Frank Sampedro
  10. That Day – Billy Talbot
  11. Thunder and Lightning – Frank Sampedro, Billy Talbot
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In November 1976.

In November 1976, “Asylum” label released “The Pretender”, the fourth Jackson Browne studio album. It was recorded in 1976, at “The Sound Factory” in Hollywood, and was produced by Jon Landau. The album was ranked at number 391 on “Rolling Stone” magazine’s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.

Personnel:

  • Jackson Browne– vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, photography
  • John Hall, Albert Lee, Fred Tackett, Waddy Wachtel– acoustic and electric guitars
  • Luis Damian – acoustic guitar, harmony vocals
  • Lowell George– slide guitar, harmony vocals
  • Roberto Gutierrez – guitarron, violin, backing vocals
  • David Lindley– fiddle, lap steel guitar
  • Roy Bittan, Craig Doerge, Bill Payne, Michael Utley– keyboards
  • Bob Glaub, Chuck Rainey, Leland Sklar– bass
  • Jim Gordon, Russ Kunkel, Jeff Porcaro– drums
  • Gary Coleman – percussion
  • Arthur Gerst – harp, backing vocals, musical arrangements
  • Chuck Findley– trumpet
  • Richard Hyde– trombone
  • Jim Horn, Quitman Dennis – saxophones
  • Rosemary Butler, David Crosby, Don Henley, Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt, D. Souther– harmony vocals
  • John Haeny, Mark Howlett, Greg Ladanyi – engineers
  • Paul Black – assistant engineer
  • Val Garay, Greg Ladanyi – mixing
  • Dennis Kirk – mixing assistant
  • Bernie Grundman – mastering
  • John Haeny – recorder
  • David Campbell, Arthur Gerst, Jim Horn – arrangers
  • David Campbell – string arrangements
  • Paul Black, Dennis Kirk – assistants
  • Gary Burden – art direction, design
  • Howard Burke – photography
  • Tom Kelley – cover photography
  • Jon Landau – notes editing

Track listing:

All tracks by Jackson Browne except where noted.

  1. The Fuse
  2. Your Bright Baby Blues
  3. Linda Paloma
  4. Here Come Those Tears Again – Jackson Browne, Nancy Farnsworth
  5. The Only Child
  6. Daddy’s Tune
  7. Sleep’s Dark and Silent Gate
  8. The Pretender

 

In November 1975.

In November 1975, “EG” label released “Discreet Music”, the fourth Brian Eno studio album. It was recorded May – September 1975, at Brian Eno’s studio and “Trident Studios” in London and was produced by Brian Eno.

Personnel:

  • Brian Eno– synthesizer, keyboards,photography
  • Gavin Bryars– arranger, conductor
  • The Cockpit Ensemble – performer
  • Simon Heyworth – mastering
  • Peter Kelsey – engineer
  • John Bonis – cover design
  • Andrew Day – redesign

Track listing:

  1. Discreet Music – Brian Eno
  2. Three Variations on the Canon in D Majorby Johann Pachelbel
  • Fullness of Wind
  • French Catalogues
  • Brutal Ardour

On November 25, 1996.

On November 25, 1996, “MCA” label released “Someday Maybe”, the fourth Clarks album. It was recorded in 1996, and was produced by Tim Bomba.

Personnel:

• Scott Blasey – lead vocals, acoustic and electric guitars
• Robert James – electric guitar, vocals
• Greg Joseph – bass guitar, vocals
• Dave Minarik – drums, vocals
• Jim Baldree – engineer
• Tim Bomba – engineer, mixing, percussion
• Barney Lee – engineer
• Dave Collins – mastering
• Mike Fraser – mixing
• Scott Gormley – mixing assistant
• Time Stedman – art direction
• Michael Wilson – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Scott Blasey, Robert James, Greg Joseph and Jimmer Podrasky.

1. Stop!
2. Courtney
3. Mercury
4. Rain
5. Caroline
6. Never Let You Down
7. Fatal
8. The Box
9. One Day In My Life
10. No Place Called Home
11. Everything Has Changed
12. These Wishes
13. Last Call
14. Hollywood
15. Lost and Found

 

 

In November 1974.

In November 1974, “RSO” label released “Out of the Storm”, the fourth Jack Bruce studio album. It was recorded in 1974, at “Record Plant” in Los Angeles and San Francisco, and was produced by Jack Bruce and Andy Johns.

Personnel:

  • Jack Bruce– vocals, bass guitar, piano, clavinet, electric piano,  organ,  harmonium, harmonica, arranger
  • Steve Hunter– electric and acoustic guitars
  • Jim Keltner, Jim Gordon– drums
  • Andy Johns – engineer
  • Dennis Weinreich – remix engineer

Track listing:

All lyrics by Pete Brown, music by Jack Bruce, except “Running Through Our Hands” – music co-authored by Janet Godfrey.

  1. Pieces of Mind
  2. Golden Days
  3. Running Through Our Hands
  4. Keep on Wondering
  5. Keep It Down
  6. Into the Storm
  7. One
  8. Timeslip

In November 1974.

In November 1974, “Island” label released “Propaganda”, the fourth Sparks album. It was recorded in 1974, and was produced by Muff Winwood.

Personnel:

  • Ron Mael- keyboards
  • Russell Mael- vocals
  • Trevor White – guitar
  • Ian Hampton – bass
  • Norman “Dinky” Diamond- drums
  • Adrian Fisher– guitar
  • Richard Digby-Smith, Robin Black, Bill Price – recording engineers
  • Bill Price – remix engineer
  • Monty Coles – art concept, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Ron Mael, except where noted.

  1. Propaganda
  2. At Home, At Work, At Play
  3. Reinforcements – Ron Mael, Russell Mael
  4. B. C.
  5. Thanks But No Thanks – Ron Mael, Russell Mael
  6. Don’t Leave Me Alone with Her
  7. Never Turn Your Back on Mother Earth
  8. Something for the Girl with Everything
  9. Achoo
  10. Who Don’t Like Kids
  11. Bon Voyage

In November 1974.

In November 1974, “Fantasy” label released “Myopia”, the fourth Tom Fogerty album.

Personnel:

  • Tom Fogerty – guitar, vocals
  • Doug Clifford– drums, percussion
  • Stu Cook- bass
  • Russell DaShiell- guitar
  • Russ Gary- guitar, vocals
  • Stephen Miller – keyboards
  • Tom Phillips – guitar
  • Stovall Sisters- vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Tom Fogerty.

  1. Give Me Another Trojan Song
  2. What Did I Know
  3. Theme from Four-D
  4. Sweet Things to Come
  5. What About Tomorrow
  6. She La La La
  7. And I Love You
  8. Get Up
  9. There Was a Time
  10. Show Down