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On September 14, 2018.

On September 14, 2018, “Verve” label released “Love Is Here to Stay”, an album by Tony Bennett and Diana Krall. It was recorded in 2018, at “Avatar” and “Electric Lady” in New York City, and was produced by Dae Bennett and Bill Charlap.

Personnel:

  • Tony Bennett– vocals
  • Diana Krall– vocals, arrangements
  • The Bill Charlap Trio
    • Bill Charlap– piano, arrangements
    • Peter Washington– bass
    • Kenny Washington– drums
  • Dae Bennett – mixing
  • Nate Odden – engineering assistance
  • Billy Cumella – engineering assistance
  • Greg Calbi– mastering
  • Josh Cheuse – creative direction
  • Mark Seliger– photography
  • Coco Shinomiya – design

Track listing:

All lyrics by Ira Gershwin, except where noted; all music by George Gershwin.

  1. S Wonderful
  2. My One and Only
  3. But Not for Me
  4. Nice Work if You Can Get It
  5. Love Is Here to Stay
  6. I Got Rhythm
  7. Somebody Loves Me – George DeSylva, Ballard MacDonald
  8. Do It Again – George DeSylva
  9. I’ve Got a Crush on You
  10. Fascinating Rhythm
  11. They Can’t Take That Away From Me
  12. Who Cares

On September 9, 2003.

On September 9, 2003, “Verve” label released “Wide Angles”, the 20th Michael Brecker album. It was recorded in January 2003, and was produced by Michael Brecker and Gil Goldstein. In 2004, “Wide Angels” won the “Grammy Award for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album”.

Personnel:

  • Michael Brecker – tenor saxophone, arranger
  • John Patitucci– bass
  • Adam Rogers– guitar
  • Antonio Sánchez– drums
  • Robin Eubanks– trombone
  • Alex Sipiagin– trumpet
  • Charles Pillow – English horn, oboe
  • Peter Gordon – French horn
  • Steve Wilson– alto flute
  • Iain Dixon – bass clarinet
  • Joyce Hammann – violin
  • Mark Feldman– violin, concert master
  • Lois Martin – viola
  • Erik Friedlander– cello
  • Daniel Sadownick – percussion
  • Gil Goldstein– arranger, conductor, orchestration
  • Brian Dozoretz – assistant engineer
  • Jay Newland – engineer, mixing
  • Greg Calbi– mastering
  • George Whitty – digital editing
  • Nicole Hegeman – production coordination
  • Darryl Pitt – production coordination
  • Tommy Wilson – production coordination

Track listing:

All tracks by Michael Brecker except where noted.

  1. Broadband
  2. Cool Day in Hell
  3. Angle of Repose
  4. Timbuktu
  5. Night Jessamine
  6. Scylla – Michael Brecker, George Whitty
  7. Brexterity
  8. Evening Faces – Don Grolnick
  9. Modus Operandy
  10. Never Alone

On August 11, 1998.

On August 11, 1998, “Blue Note” label released “Combustication”, the fifth Medeski Martin & Wood studio album. It was recorded in 1998, at “The Magic Shop” in New York City, and was produced by John Medeski, Billy Martin, Chris Wood, David Baker, and Scott Harding.

Personnel:

  • John Medeski– keyboards
  • Billy Martin– drums, percussion
  • Chris Wood– basses, bass drum
  • DJ Logic– turntables
  • Steve Cannon – spoken word
  • Juan Garcia – engineer
  • Danny Madorksy – engineer
  • Katsuhiko Naito – engineer
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Jimmy Katz – band photography
  • Bleu Valdimer, Project Dragon – design

Track listing:

All music by John Medeski, Billy Martin and Chris Wood except where noted.

  1. Sugar Craft
  2. Just Like I Pictured It
  3. Start·Stop
  4. Nocturne
  5. Hey-Hee-Hi-Ho
  6. Whatever Happened to Gus – John Medeski, Billy Martin, Chris Wood, Steve Cannon
  7. Latin Shuffle
  8. Everyday People – Stewart
  9. Coconut Boogaloo
  10. Church of Logic – John Medeski, Billy Martin, Chris Wood, Kibler
  11. No Ke Ano Ahiahi – traditional
  12. Hypnotized
  • Includes a hidden song, “Combustication” which begins after two minutes of silence

On August 9, 2019.

On August 9, 2019, “Jagjaguwar” label released “I, I”, the fourth Bon Iver studio album. It was recorded in 2019, at “April Base” in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, “Sonic Ranch” in Tornillo, Texas, and was produced by Chris Messina, Brad Cook, and Justin Vernon.

Personnel:

  • Sean Carey– voice, drums, piano
  • Matt McCaughan – drums, synthesis
  • Andrew Fitzpatrick – synthesis, guitar
  • Michael Lewis– bass guitar, synthesizers, saxophone
  • Justin Vernon– voice, guitar, bass guitar, synthesizers, radio
  • Jenn Wasner– guitar, synthesizers, voice; chorus
  • Rob Moose– violin, viola, octave viola, piano, string arrangements, arrangements

Worm Crew – horns

  • Rob Moose– conducting
  • CJ Camerieri– trumpet, flugelhorn, French horn
  • Michael Lewis – tenor and soprano saxophones
  • Hideaki Aomori – clarinets, alto saxophone
  • Tim Albright – trombone
  • Randy Pingrey – trombone
  • Ross Garren – harmonicas
  • Trever Hagen – barn, shoes, slides, prepared trumpet f.
  • Wheezy– drum programming, programming
  • James Blake– vocals, Prophet 600
  • Mike Noyce – vocals
  • Jeremy Nutzman a.k.a. Velvet Negroni– vocals
  • Camilla Staveley-Taylor– vocals, distorted vocals
  • Aaron Dessner– piano, guitar
  • BJ Burton– programming, arrangement, TR 8’s
  • Buddy Ross – synthesizer, Messina, piano, Wurlitzer
  • Joe Rainey, Sr. – vocals
  • Michael Migizi Sullivan, Sr. – vocals
  • Phil Cook– voice, piano, B3
  • Zach Hanson – piano, keyboards, Juno
  • Brad Cook – synthesizer, basses, Folktek Modified Omnichord
  • Chris Messina – synthesizer, engineering, mixing
  • Ben Lester– CP-70 electric piano
  • Psymun– sampling
  • Brian Moen – drums
  • Jake Luppen – guitar
  • Bruce Hornsby– voice, piano
  • Elsa Jensen – voice
  • Moses Sumney– voice
  • Brooklyn Youth Chorus – chorus
  • Bryce Dessner– chorus, piano
  • Toni Pierce-Sands – claps
  • Christian Warner – voice
  • Graham Tolbert – voice
  • Noah Goldstein – programming
  • Francis Starlite– Buchla
  • Sad Sax of Shit – saxophones
  • Joe Westerlund – shaker
  • JT Bates – drums
  • Jeremy Ylvisaker– electric guitar
  • Zach Hanson – engineering, mixing
  • Marta Salogni – additional engineering
  • Jerry Ordonez – assistant engineering, additional mixing
  • Zac Hernandez – assistant engineering
  • Alli Rogers – assistant engineering
  • Rob Moose– string arrangements engineering
  • Greg Calbi– mastering
  • BJ Burton– additional engineering, mixing
  • Trever Hagen – additional engineering
  • Andrew Sarlo – additional engineering
  • Josh Berg – additional engineering
  • Wayne Pooley – additional engineering
  • Bella Blasko – additional engineering
  • Noah Goldstein – additional engineering
  • Andra Chumas – executive production
  • Eric Timothy Carlson – art direction
  • Aaron Anderson – art direction
  • Graham Tolbert – photography
  • TU Dance – dance movement and visuals
  • Toni Pierce-Sands
  • Uri Sands
  • Taylor Collier – dancing
  • Jacob Lewis – dancing
  • Alexander Pham – dancing
  • Randall Riley – dancing
  • Alexis Staley – dancing
  • Christian Warner – dancing

Track listing:

  1. Yi – Justin Vernon, Trever Hagen, BJ Burton
  2. iMi – Justin Vernon, James Blake, Rob Moose, Brad Cook, Mike Lewis, Mike Noyce, BJ Burton, Jeremy Nutzman, Channy Leaneagh, Josh Bergon
  3. We – Justin Vernon, Wheezy, Brad Cook, Phil Cook, Andrew Sarlo
  4. Holyfields – Justin Venon, Brad Cook, Chris Messina, Rob Moose
  5. Hey, Ma – Justin Vernon, Brad Cook, BJ Burton
  6. U (Man Like) – Justin Vernon, Bruce Hornsby, Naeem Hanks, Chris Messina
  7. Naeem – Justin Vernon, BJ Burton, Trever Hagen, JT Bates, Noah Goldstein, Brad Cook
  8. Jelmore – Justine Vernon, Buddy Ross
  9. Faith – Justin Vernon, Camila Staveley-Taylor, BJ Burton, Francis Farewell Starlite
  10. Marion – Justin Vernon, Rob Moose
  11. Salem – Justin Vernon, Sean Carey, Channy Leaneagh, Andrew Broder
  12. Sh’Diah – Justin Vernon, Ryan Olson
  13. RABi – Justin Vernon, Brad Cook, Mike Lewis

On August 7, 2001.

On August 7, 2001, “4AD” label released “Someday My Blues Will Cover the Earth”, the sixth His Name Is Alive album. It was recorded 1998 – 2000 and was produced by Steve King and Warn Defever.

Personnel:

  • Warn Defever – various instruments
  • Fred Thomas – acoustic guitar, bass
  • Steve King – bass
  • Zach Wallace – upright bass
  • Scott Goldstein – drums
  • Brett Lyman – drums, congas
  • Lovetta Pippen – vocals
  • Ida Pearl – violin
  • Jake Danziger – violin
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Vaughan Oliver – art direction, design
  • Lucien Rudaux – images

Track listing:

All tracks by Warn Defever.

  1. Nothing Special
  2. Interlude
  3. Happy Blues
  4. Solitude
  5. Write My Name in the Groove
  6. Your Cheating Heart
  7. Our Last Affair
  8. One Year
  9. Interlude
  10. Karin’s Blues
  11. Are We Still Married?
  12. Someday My Blues Will Cover the Earth
  13. Last Time

 

On July 30, 2001.

On July 30, 2001, “RCA” label released “Is This It” the debut Strokes album. It was recorded March – April 2001, at “Transporterraum” in New York City, and was produced by Gordon Raphael. The album was certified 2 x Platinum in Australia by “ARIA”, Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada”, Platinum in Denmark by “IFPI Denmark”, Platinum in Sweden by “GLF”, 2 x Platinum in the UK by “BPI”, and Platinum in the US by “RIAA”.

Personnel:

  • Julian Casablancas– vocals
  • Nick Valensi– guitar
  • Albert Hammond Jr.– guitar
  • Nikolai Fraiture– bass
  • Fabrizio Moretti– drums
  • P. Bowersock– consultation
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Colin Lane – photography (outside of North America)

Track listing:

All tracks by Julian Casablancas.

  1. Is This It
  2. The Modern Age
  3. Soma
  4. Barely Legal
  5. Someday
  6. Alone, Together
  7. Last Nite
  8. Hard to Explain
  9. New York City Cops
  10. Trying Your Luck
  11. Take It or Leave It

On July 27, 2018.

On July 27, 2018, “River House Records” label released “Children of Paradise”, the twelfth Willie Nile studio album. It was recorded February – April 2018, at “Hobo Sound” in Weehawken, NJ, and was produced by Stewart Lerman and Willie Nile.

Personnel:

  • Willie Nile– vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, piano
  • Johnny Pisano – bass, backing vocals
  • Matt Hogan – electric guitar
  • Jon Weber – drums
  • Steuart Smith– acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, harmonium, Hammond B3, Wurlitzer, glockenspiel
  • Andy Burton – Hammond B3
  • Frankie Lee – tambourine, backing vocals
  • James Maddock– backing vocals
  • Leslie Mendelson – backing vocals
  • Kevin Collins – executive producer
  • Barry LaPorte – associate producer
  • James Frazee – engineer
  • Stewart Lerman – engineer
  • Stewart Lerman – mixing
  • Greg Calbi – mixing
  • Deborah Maniaci – art direction
  • Cristina Arrigoni – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Willie Nile, except where noted.

  1. Seeds of a Revolution
  2. All Dressed Up And N Place to Go
  3. Don’t
  4. Earth Blues
  5. Children of Paradise – Willie Nile, Briley
  6. Getting Ugly Out There
  7. I Defy – Willie Nile, Frankie Lee
  8. Have I Ever Told You
  9. Secret Weapon
  10. Lookin’ for Someone – Willie Nile, Andrew Dorff
  11. Rock ’n’ Roll Sister
  12. All God’s Children

On July 25, 2006.

On July 25, 2006, “Roadrunner Records” label released “One Day It Will Please Us to Remember Even This”, the third New York Dolls studio album. It was recorded in 2006, at “The Sound House”, “The Shed”, and was produced by Jack Douglas.

Personnel:

  • Steve Conte– guitar
  • Brian Delaney – drums
  • David Johansen– vocals, harmonica
  • Brian Koonin – piano
  • Sylvain Sylvain– guitar
  • Sami Yaffa– bass
  • Bo Diddley– guitar
  • Colin Douglas – percussion, congas
  • Laura Jane Grace– vocals
  • Iggy Pop– vocals
  • Andy Snitzer – saxophone
  • Michael Stipe– vocals
  • Greg Calbi– mastering
  • Sebastian Cotron – assistant engineering
  • Blake Douglas – Pro Toolsengineering
  • Jack Douglas– mixing
  • Jay Messina – engineering

Track listing:

All tracks by David Johansen and Sylvain Sylvain, except where noted.

  1. We’re All in Love – David Johansen, Sami Yaffa
  2. Runnin’ Around
  3. Plenty of Music
  4. Dance Like a Memory
  5. Punishing World – David Johansen, Steve Conte
  6. Maimed Happiness
  7. Fishnets and Cigarettes
  8. Gotta Get Away from Tommy – David Johansen, Steve Conte
  9. Dancing on the Lip of a Volcano
  10. I Ain’t Got Nothing – David Johansen, Brian Koonin
  11. Rainbow Store – David Johansen, Steve Conte
  12. Gimme Luv and Turn on the Light
  13. Take a Good Look at My Good Looks – David Johansen, Sylvain Sylvain, Steve Conte
  14. Seventeen (bonus track)

On July 21, 1998.

On July 21, 1998, “Sub Pop” label released “Scraps at Midnight”, the third Mark Lanegan album. It was recorded in 1998, at “Rancho De La Luna” in Joshua Tree, California, and was produced by Mike Johnson and Mark Lanegan.

Personnel:

  • Mark Lanegan- vocals, guitar
  • Mike Johnson- guitar
  • Dave Catching – vocals, keyboards, bass
  • Fred Drake
  • Keni Richards – drums
  • Paul Solger Dana – guitar
  • Terry John – harmonica
  • Liz Burns – voice
  • Tad Doyle– drums
  • J Mascis– piano
  • Phil Sparks – upright bass
  • Mike Stinette – saxophone
  • John Agnello – mixing; engineer
  • John Burton – engineer
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Terry Date– engineer
  • Jack Endino– engineer
  • Charles Peterson – photography
  • Judith Schaechter – artwork
  • Kenneth Sherwood – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Mark Lanegan, except where noted.

  1. Hospital Roll Call
  2. Hotel
  3. Stay – Mark Lanegan, Mike Johnson
  4. Bell Black Ocean – Mark Lanegan, Mike Johnson, Keni Richards
  5. Last One in the World – Mark Lanegan, Mike Johnson
  6. Wheels
  7. Waiting on a Train – Mark Lanegan, Mike Johnson
  8. Day and Night
  9. Praying Ground – Mark Lanegan, Mike Johnson
  10. Because of This – Mark Lanegan, Mike Johnson, Keni Richards, Paul Solger Dana

On July 13, 2018.

On July 13, 2018, “Domino” label released “Lamp Lit Prose”, the eighth Dirty Projectors studio album. It was recorded in 2018, at “Ivo Shandor” in Los Angeles, and was produced by David Longstreth/

Personnel:

  • David Longstreth– vocals, acoustic, 12-string and electric guitar, Juno, Rhodes, piano, organ, bass, drums, drum production, Wurlitzer, string arrangement, horn arrangement
  • Syd– vocals
  • Lorely Rodriguez (Empress Of)– vocals, additional vocals
  • Teresa Eggers – additional vocals
  • Mauro Refosco– surdo, percussion
  • Tyondai Braxton– modular processing
  • Todd Simon – trumpet, cornet, flugelhorn, French horn, euphonium
  • Tracy Wannomae – alto, tenor and baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, recorder
  • Juliane Graf – trombone, bass trombone, tuba
  • Mike Johnson – drums
  • Benjamin Jacobson– violin
  • Andrew Bulbrook– violin
  • Jonathan Moerschel– viola
  • Eric Byers– cello
  • Danielle Haim– vocals
  • Alana Haim– vocals
  • Este Haim– vocals
  • Amber Mark – vocals
  • Rostam Batmanglij– vocals
  • Katy Davidson– vocals
  • Robin Pecknold– vocals
  • Björk– higurashi recording
  • Daniel Luna – güira
  • Francisco Javier Paredes – bongos
  • Nat Baldwin– bass
  • David Longstreth – mixing
  • Manny Marroquin– mixing
  • Greg Calbi– mastering
  • Sonny DiPerri – drum engineering, percussion engineering, guitar engineering
  • David Tolomei – drum engineering, string engineering, horn engineering, percussion engineering, piano engineering
  • Miro Mackie – vocal engineering, piano engineering, guitar engineering
  • Ryan Tuttle – guitar, Wurlitzer and Rhodes engineering, piano engineering
  • Robby Moncrieff – guitar engineering, Rhodes and Wurlitzer engineering, bass and organ engineering, additional engineering
  • Nikolaj Nielsen – Robin Pecknold’s vocal engineering
  • Logan Patrick – Rostam Batmanglij’s vocal engineering
  • David Longstreth – art direction
  • Joe Cariati – glass sculptures
  • Jason Frank Rothenberg – photography
  • Kelsey Fugere – prop styling
  • Teresa Eggers – prop styling
  • Rob Carmichael (Seen) – design

Track listing:

All tracks by David Longstreth, except where noted.

  1. Right Now
  2. Break-Thru
  3. That’s a Lifestyle
  4. I Feel Energy
  5. Zombie Conqueror
  6. Blue Bird
  7. I Found It in U
  8. What Is the Time
  9. You’re the One
  10. (I Wanna) Feel It All – David Longstreth, Net Baldwin, Mike Johnson