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On February 13, 2009.

On February 13, 2009, “Universal Records” label released “Give Me Fire!”, the fifth Mando Diao studio album. It was recorded in 2008 at “Studio De la Santa & Redline Studio” in Stockholm, Sweden, and was produced by Salla Salazar.

Personnel:

  • Björn Dixgård– vocals, guitar
  • Carl-Johan Fogelklou – vocals, bass
  • Gustaf Norén – vocals, guitar
  • Mats Björke – keyboards
  • Samuel Giers – drums
  • Carlos Barth – acoustic guitar
  • Per Ruskträsk Johansson – saxophone, flute
  • Nils Jansson – trumpet, percussion
  • Nils Berg – percussion
  • Thomas Eby – percussion
  • Kerstin Thörn – strings
  • Belinda Malaika, Cindy Peters, Pauline Kamusewu – backing vocals
  • The Salazar Brothers – engineer, mixing
  • Carl-Johan Fogelklou – engineer
  • Mats Björke – engineer assistant
  • Mats “Limpan” Lindfors – mastering
  • Karl Drehsen – painting
  • Neil Harrison – cover artwork
  • Nate Warkentin – artwork blue lining pages
  • Matt Maust – borlange and accordion artwork
  • Melinda Moen – Mando collage and lyrics page individual pieces artwork 
  • Matt Wignall – layout, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Björn Dixgård and Gustaf Norén.

  1. Blue Lining, White Trenchcoat
  2. Dance with Somebody
  3. Gloria
  4. High Heels
  5. Mean Street
  6. Maybe Just Sad
  7. A Decent Life
  8. Give me Fire
  9. Crystal
  10. Come on Come on
  11. Go Out Tonight
  12. You Got Nothing on Me
  13. The Shining / Leave My Fire

On January 16, 2021.

On January 16, 2021, Julian Clifford Mance, Jr. aka Junior Mance died aged 92. He was musician (piano) and composer, one of the main figures of the Hard bop jazz scene. He recorded and performed with some of the biggest names of jazz, blues and soul music including Gene Amons, Lester Young, Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins, Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis, Sonny Stitt, Dinah Washington, Wynton Kelly, Cannonball Adderley, Dexter Gordon, Nat Adderley, Joe Gordon, Bennie Green, Al Grey, Ernie Andrews, Johnny Griffin, Art Blakey, Cliford Brown, Benny Carter, Buddy Guy, Jimmy Cleveland, Arnett Cobb, Red Holloway, Jose James, Ray Crawford, Harry “Sweets” Edison, Eddie Jefferson, Aretha Franklin, Etta Jones, Dizzy Gillespie, Irene Kral, Jay Leonhart, Les McCann, Paul Gonsalves, Howard McGhee, The Metronomes, Virgil Gonsalves, James Moody, Wild Bill Moore, Barbara Morrison, Sandy Mosse, Leo Parker, Ken Peplowski, Billie Poole, Bernard “Pretty” Purdie, Alvin Queen, Jimmy Scott, Arnold Sterling, Sonny Stitt, Clark Terry, Frank Vignola, Wilbur Ware, Ben Webster, Joe Williams, Marion Williams, and Leo Wright. As leader, Monce released 56 albums (live and studio). In 2007, Mance and his wife Gloria started their own record label “JunGlo”.

On April 2, 1999.

On April 2, 1999, “ECM” label released “Mnemosyne”, the 33rd Jan Garbarek album, and his second one with the Hilliard Ensemble. It was recorded in April 1998, and was produced by Manfred Eicher and Jan Garbarek.

Personnel:

  • Jan Garbarek– soprano and tenor saxophone
  • Hilliard Ensemble– vocal ensemble
    • Rogers Covey-Crump– tenor vocals
    • John Potter– tenor vocals
    • Gordon Jones – baritone vocals
    • David James – countertenor vocals
  • Friedrich Hölderlin – lyrics

Track listing:

  1. Quechua Song
  2. O Lord in Thee Is All My Trust
  3. Estonian Lullaby
  4. Remember Me My Dear
  5. Gloria
  6. Fayrfax Africanus
  7. Agnus Dei
  8. Novus Novus
  9. Se Je Fays Dueil
  10. O Ignis Spiritus
  11. Alleluia Nativitatis
  12. Delphic Paean
  13. Strophe and Counter-Strophe
  14. Mascarados
  15. Loiterando
  16. Estonian Lullaby
  17. Russian Psalm
  18. Eagle Dance
  19. When Jesus Wept
  20. Hymn to the Sun

 

On August 1, 2000.

On August 1, 2000, “Interscope” label released “Vavoom!”, the fourth Brian Setzer Orchestra studio album. It was recorded in 2000,, and was produced by Glen Ballard, Peter Collins and Dave Darling.

Personnel:

  • Brian Setzer – vocals, guitar
  • Bernie Dresel – drums, percussion
  • Ray Hermann – saxophone
  • George McMullen, Robbie Hioki – trombone
  • Tim Misica – saxophone
  • Mark Winchester – bass
  • Kevin Norton – trumpet
  • Mike Himelstein – background vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Brian Setzer, except where noted.

  1. Pennsylvania 6-5000 – Brian Setzer, Bill Finegan, Jerry Gray, Carl Sigman, Mike Himelstein
  2. Jumpin’ East of Java
  3. Americano – Brian Setzer, Renato Carosone
  4. If You Can’t Rock Me
  5. Gettin’ In the Mood – Mike Himelstein
  6. Drive Like Lightning (Crash Like Thunder) – Brian Setzer, Mark Winchester
  7. Mack the Knife – Marc Blitzstein, Kurt Weill, Bertolt Brecht
  8. Caravan – Irving Mills, Duke Ellington, Juan Tizol
  9. The Footloose Doll
  10. From Here to Eternity – Brian Setzer, Rick Bell
  11. That’s the Kind of Sugar Papa Likes
  12. 49 Mercury Blues
  13. Jukebox
  14. Gloria – Esther Navarro

 

 

 

 

 

 

On July 2, 2013.

On July 2, 2013, “Mono vs Stereo” label released “Collapsible Lung”, the seventh Relient K studio album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Paul Moak and Aaron Sprinkle.

Personnel:

  • Matt Thiessen- lead vocals, guitars, piano, synthesizers, keyboards
  • Matt Hoopes- guitars, backing vocals
  • John Warne- bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Jon Schneck- guitars, banjo, bells, omnichord, nord, backing vocals
  • Ethan Luck- drums, percussion
  • Tim Skipper – additional background vocals
  • Caleb Owens – additional vocals, electric guitar
  • Sadler J. Vaden – additional guitar
  • Adam Gardner – additional bass
  • Jon Radford – additional drums
  • Paul Moak, Aaron Sprinkle- engineer
  • Justin March, Devin Vaughan – assistant engineer
  • Dewey Boyd – assistant
  • Dave Steunebrink, Lani Crump – production coordination
  • Tom Breyfogle, Nathan Thomas – pre-production assistance
  • JR McNeely – mixing
  • Brad Blackwood – mastering
  • Lane Johnson – additional programming
  • Ryan Besch – design and illustration

Track listing:

  1. Don’t Blink – Matthew Thiessen, Matthew Hoopes
  2. Boomerang – Matthew Thiessen, Evan Bogart, Ari Levine
  3. Lost Boy – Matthew Thiessen, Derek A.E. Fuhrmann, Matt Musto, Gregg Wattenberg
  4. If I Could Take You Home – Matthew Thiessen, Matthew Hoopes, Fernando Garibay
  5. Can’t Complain – Matthew Thiessen, Brian Lee, Emily Wright
  6. Gloria – Matthew Thiessen, Matthew Hoopes, Ari Levine, Tim Pagnotta
  7. PTL – Matthew Thiessen, Matt Musto, Caleb Owens
  8. Disaster – Matthew Thiessen
  9. When You Were My Baby – Matthew Thiessen, Matthew Hoopes, Caleb Owens
  10. Sweeter – Matthew Thiessen, Caleb Owens
  11. Collapsible Lung – Matthew Thiessen, Matthew Hoopes

 

On April 2, 1975.

On April 2, 1975, “Atlantic” label released the self – titled, second Manhattan Transfer studio album. It was recorded in 1974, and was produced by Ahmet Ertegün and Tim Hauser.

Personnel:

  • Tim Hauser– vocals, vocal arrangements, arrangements
  • Laurel Massé– vocals, vocal arrangements, tambourine
  • Alan Paul– vocals, vocal arrangements
  • Janis Siegel– vocals, vocal arrangements
  • Michael Brecker– tenor sax solo
  • Mike Rod – tenor sax solo
  • Zoot Sims– tenor sax solo
  • Don Grolnick– piano, electric piano, clavinet
  • Richard Tee– organ, electric piano
  • Murray Weinstock – organ
  • Jerry Friedman – guitar
  • Ira Newborn– guitar, musical director, conductor, arrangements
  • Andy Muson – bass guitar
  • Roy Markowitz – drums
  • Daniel Ben Zebulon – congas
  • Phil Bodner, Wally Kane, Seldon Powell – clarinet
  • Phil Bodner, Jerry Dodgion, George Dorsey, Harvey Estrin, David Sanborn, George Young – alto saxophone
  • Lew Del Gatto, Wally Kane – baritone saxophone
  • Michael Brecker, Seldon Powell, Mike Rod, Frank Vicari – tenor saxophone
  • Wayne Andre, Garnett Brown, Paul Favlise, Mickey Gravine, Quentin Jackson, Alan Raph – trombone
  • Randy Brecker, Mel Davis, Jon Faddis, Marky Markowitz, Bob McCoy, Alan Rubin, Marvin Stamm – trumpet
  • Lew Hahn – recording and remix engineer
  • Geoffrey Haslsmm Gene Paul – engineers

Track listing:

  1. Tuxedo Junction – Erskine Hawkins, William Johnson, Buddy Feyne, Julian Dash
  2. Sweet Talking Guy – Doug Morris, Elliot Greenberg
  3. Operator – William Spivery- (derived from “Operator, Operator” by Sister Wynona Carr)
  4. Candy – Mack David, Joan Whitney, Alex Kramer
  5. Gloria – Esther Navarro
  6. Clap Your Hands – Ira Newborn, The Manhattan Transfer
  7. That Cat Is High – M. Williams
  8. You Can Depend on Me – Earl Hines, Charles Carpenter
  9. Blue Champagne – Frank Ryerson, Grady Watts, Jimmy Eaton
  10. Java Jive – Milton Drake, Ben Oakland
  11. Occapella – Allen Toussaint
  12. Heart’s Desire – Hugh X. Lewis, George Cox, James Dozier, Ralph Ingram, Bernard Purdie

On December 10, 1985.

On December 10, 1985, “I.R.S.” label released the debut, self-titled Fine Young Cannibals album. It was recorded in 1985, at “Power Plant Studios” and “Sound Suite Studios” in London, and was produced by Robin Millar.

Personnel:

  • Roland Gift- vocals
  • Andy Cox- guitar, organ
  • David Steele- bass, piano
  • Martin Parry – drums
  • Graeme Hamilton – trumpet, piano
  • Gavin Wright– violin
  • Saxa– saxophone
  • Beverly, Gloria and Maxine Brown, Jimmy Somerville- backing vocals
  • Jenny Jones – drums, backing vocals
  • Alvin Clark – engineer
  • Anton Corbijn- front cover photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Roland Gift, Andy Cox and David Steele, except where noted.

  1. Johnny Come Home
  2. Couldn’t Care More
  3. Don’t Ask Me to Choose
  4. Funny How Love Is
  5. Suspicious Minds – Mark James
  6. Blue
  7. Move to Work
  8. On a Promise
  9. Time Isn’t Kind
  10. Like a Stranger

In April 1967.

In March 1967, “Mercury” label released “Electric Comic Book”, the second Blues Magoos album. It was recorded in 1967 and was produced by Bob Wyld and Art Polhemus.

Personnel:

  • Ralph Scala – keyboards, vocals
  • Emil “Peppy” Theilhelm – guitar, vocals
  • Ron Gilbert – bass, vocals
  • Mike Esposito – guitar
  • Geoff Daking – drums, percussion

Track listing:

  1. Pipe Dream – Ron Gilbert, Ralph Scala
  2. There’s a Chance We Can Make It – Ron Gilbert, Ralph Scala
  3. Life Is Just a Cher O’Bowlies – Ron Gilbert, Ralph Scala
  4. Gloria – Van Morrison
  5. Intermission – Mike Esposito
  6. Albert Common is Dead – Ron Gilbert, Ralph Scala
  7. Summer Is the Man – Mike Esposito, Ralph Scala
  8. Baby, I Want You – Ron Gilbert, Emil Theilhelm
  9. Let’s Get Together – Jimmy Reed
  10. Take My Love – Ron Gilbert, Ralph Scala
  11. Rush Hour – Geoff Daking, Ron Gilbert, Mike Esposito
  12. That’s All Folks – Ralph Scala, Emil “Peppy” Theilhelm, Ron Gilbert, Mike Esposito and Geoff Daking

In January 1968.

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In January 1968, “Reprise” label released “Mass in F Minor” the third Electric Prunes studio album. It was recorded in December 1967, and was produced by David Hassinger.

Personnel:

  • James Lowe – vocals
  • Ken Williams – lead guitar
  • Mike Gannon – rhythm guitar
  • Mark Tulin- bass
  • Michael “Quint” Weakley – drums
  • Richie Podolor- guitar
  • The Collectors– vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by David Axelrod.

  1. Kyrie Eleison
  2. Gloria
  3. Credo
  4. Sanctus
  5. Benedictus
  6. Agnus Dei

 

On June 8, 1993.

Exile Too Long

On June 8, 1993, “Polydor” label released “Too Long in Exile”, the twenty-second Van Morrison studio album. It was recorded at “The Wool Hall Studios” in Bath and “The Record Plant” in Sausalito, California, and was produced by Van Morrison.

Personnel:

  • Van Morrison– vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, alto saxophone, harmonica
  • John Lee Hooker– vocals, electric guitar
  • Georgie Fame– Hammond organ, backing vocals
  • Ronnie Johnson – electric guitar
  • Nicky Scott –bass guitar
  • Candy Dulfer– alto saxophone
  • Kate St John– tenor saxophone, cor anglais
  • Teena Lyle – backing vocals, Hammond organ,percussion, vibraphone
  • Jonn Savannah– backing vocals, Hammond organ
  • Geoff Dunn– drums
  • Howard Francis – Hammond organ,piano
  • Paul Robinson – drums
  • John Allair – Hammond organ
  • Richard Cousins – bass guitar
  • Kevin Hayes – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Van Morrison except where noted.

  1. Too Long in Exile
  2. Big Time Operators
  3. Lonely Avenue/You Give Me Nothing but the Blues – Doc Pomus, Van Morrison
  4. Ball & Chain
  5. In the Forest
  6. Till We Get the Healing Done
  7. Gloria
  8. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl – Sonny Boy Williamson
  9. Wasted Years
  10. The Lonesome Road – Nathaniel Shilkret, Gene Austin
  11. Moody’s Mood for Love – James Moody, Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh
  12. Close Enough for Jazz
  13. Before the World Was Made – lyrics by William Butler Yeats, adapted by Van Morrison, music by Kenny Craddock
  14. I’ll Take Care of You – Brook Benton
  15. Instrumental / Tell Me What You Want