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Joan Baez: Noël

On November 21, 1966, “Vanguard” label released “Noël”, the sixth Joan Baez studio album. It was recorded in 1966, and was produced by Maynard Solomon.

Personnel:

  • Joan Baez – vocals, guitar
  • Peter Schickele – arranger, conductor

Track listing:

  1. Come, O Come, Emmanuel – traditional
  2. Coventry Carol – traditional
  3. Good King Wenceslas – traditional
  4. The Little Drummer Boy – Katherine Kennicott Davis, Henry Onorati, Harry Simeone
  5. I Wonder as I Wander – John Jacob Niles
  6. Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella – traditional
  7. Down in Yon Forest – traditional
  8. The Carol of the Birds – traditional
  9. Angels We Have Heard on High – traditional
  10. Ave Maria – Franz Schubert
  11. Mary’s Wandering – traditional
  12. Deck the Halls – traditional
  13. Away in a Manger – James Ramsey Murray
  14. Adeste Fideles – traditional
  15. Cantique de Noël – Adolphe Adam
  16. What Child Is This – traditional
  17. Silent Night – Franz Xaver Gruber

On June 26, 1994.

On June 26, 1994, “ZYX” label released “Goes Classic”, the twenty-eighth Klaus Schulze album. It was recorded 1991 – 1993, and was produced by Klaus Schulze.

Personnel:

  • Klaus Schulze – all instruments, electronics, arrangements
  • Werner Eggert – programming

Track listing:

  1. Die Moldau – Friedrich Smetana
  2. Rosamunde – Franz Schubert
  3. Der Freischütz (Ouvertüre) – Carl Maria von Weber
  4. Quintet for Lute – Klaus Schulze
  5. Hungarian Dance No. 2 – Johannes Brahms
  6. Dances From Norway No. 1, 2, 3 – Edvard Grieg
  7. Violin Concerto Op. 61, 1 Movement – Ludwig van Beethoven

On April 11, 2006.

On April 11, 2006, “Locust Records” label released “A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing”, the seventh Josephine Foster album. It was recorded in 2006, and was produced by Josephine Foster.

Personnel:

  • Josephine Foster – vocals, guitar, arranger, mixing
  • Brian Goodman – guitars
  • Plastic Crimewave Sound – guitar, artwork
  • John Dawson – recording engineer
  • Kris Pouling – mastering

Track listing:

  1. An die Musik – Franz Schubert, Franz von Schober
  2. Der König in Thule – Franz Schubert, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  3. Verschwiegene Liebe – Hugo Wolf, Joseph von Eichendorff
  4. Die Schwestern – Johannes Brahms, Eduard Mörike
  5. Wehmut – Robert Schumann, Joseph von Eichendorff
  6. Auf einer Burg – Robert Schumann, Joseph von Eichendorff
  7. Nähe des Geliebten – Franz Schubert, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

In March 1977.

In March 1977, “Kling Klang Records” label released “Trans-Europe Express” the sixth Kraftwerk studio album. It was recorded in 1976, at “Kling Klang Studios” in Düsseldorf, Germany, and was produced by Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider.In 2001, TV network “VH1” placed “Trans-Europe Express” at number 56 on their list of “100 Greatest Albums of All Time”; in 2002, “Slant Magazine” placed the album at number one on its list of the “Greatest Electronic Albums of the 20th Century”; in 2003, “Rolling Stone” ranked  the album at number 253 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”; in 2014, the “LA Times” called it “The Most Important Pop Album of the Last 40 Years”.

Personnel:

  • Ralf Hütter– voice, synthesizer, orchestron, synthanorma-sequenzer, electronics
  • Florian Schneider– voice, vocoder, votrax, synthesizer, electronics
  • Karl Bartos– electronic percussion
  • Wolfgang Flür– electronic percussion
  • Peter Bollig – engineer
  • Bill Haverson – engineer
  • Thomas Kuckuck – engineer
  • Maurice Seymour – photography
  • Stara – photography
  • Ink Studios – typographic design

Track listing:

  1. Europe Endless – Ralf Hütter, Florian Schneider
  2. The Hall of Mirrors – Ralf Hütter, Florian Schneider, Emil Schult
  3. Showroom Dummies – Ralf Hütter
  4. Trans-Europe Epress – Ralf Hütter, Emil Schult
  5. Metal on Metal – Ralf Hütter
  6. Abzug – Ralf Hütter
  7. Franz Schubert – Ralf Hütter
  8. Endless Endless – Ralf Hütter, Florian Schneider