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On July 19, 2005.

On July 19, 2005, “Columbia” label released “Moonlight Serenade”, the fourth Carly Simon album of standards (19th album overall). It was recorded 2004 – 2005, at “Fox Force Five” in Hollywood, “Reagan’s Garage” and “Westlake Recorders” in Los Angeles, “The Cutting Room” in New York City, and was produced by Richard Perry.

Personnel:

  • Carly Simon – vocals
  • Vin D’Onofrio – guitars, guitar solo
  • Michael Thompson – acoustic piano, synth strings, arrangements, additional synthesizers, synth vibraphone, Fender Rhodes
  • Jim Cox – acoustic piano
  • Andy Chukerman – synth strings, additional synthesizers, arrangements
  • Alex Navarro – synth strings, additional synthesizers
  • Chris Golden – bass
  • John Ferraro – drums
  • Sammy Merendino – drum programming, percussion
  • Doug Webb – saxophone, clarinet, sax solo, clarinet solo, “stritch” sax solo, flute, arrangements
  • Tom Evans – sax
  • Lee Thornburg – trombone, trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Larry Lunetta – trumpet
  • William Galison – harmonica
  • Sam Fischer, Samuel Formicola, Alyssa Park, Mark Robertson and Shalini Vijayan – violin
  • Danny Seidenberg – viola
  • Victor Lawrence – cello
  • Richard Perry – arrangements
  • Lauren Wild – arrangements
  • Michael Thompson – arrangements
  • Alex Navarro – arrangements
  • Bobby Ginsburg – recording, mixing
  • Carter William Humphrey – recording
  • Dylan Margerum – recording
  • Marcos González – additional engineering, Pro Tools technician
  • Jimmy Paar – additional engineering, Pro Tools technician
  • Jeff Phurrough – additional engineering, Pro Tools technician
  • Nick Sample – additional engineering, Pro Tools technician
  • Phil Carbo – engineer assistant
  • Anthony Gallo – engineer assistant
  • Cesar Ramirez – engineer assistant
  • Robert Hadley – mastering
  • Lauren Dooreck Camara – art direction, design
  • Ben McCarthy – production coordinator
  • Shauna Krikorian – production assistant
  • Bob Gothard – photography
  • Lauren Wild – associate producer

Track listing:

  1. Moonlight Serenade – Glenn Miller, Mitchell Parish
  2. I’ve Got You Under My Skin – Cole Porter
  3. I Only Have Eyes for You – Al Dubin, Harry Warren
  4. Moonglow – Eddie DeLange, Will Hudson, Irving Mills
  5. Alone Together – Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz
  6. In the Still of the Night – Cole Porter
  7. The More I See You – Mack Gordon, Harry Warren
  8.  Where or When – Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
  9. My One and Only Love – Robert Mellin, Guy Wood
  10. All the Things You Are – Frank Loesser, Hoagy Carmichael
  11. How Long Has This Been Going On? – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin

In March 1958.

In March 1958, “Prestige” label released “Relaxin’ with the Miles Davis Quintet”, the 24th Miles Davis album. It was recorded in October 1956, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Hackensack, New Jersey, and was produced by Bob Weinstock.

Personnel:

  • Miles Davis – trumpet
  • John Coltrane – tenor saxophone
  • Red Garland – piano
  • Paul Chambers – bass
  • Philly Joe Jones – drums

Track listing:

  1. If I Were a Bell – Frank Loesser
  2. You’re My Everything – Harry Warren
  3. I Could Write a Book – Richard Rodgers
  4. Oleo – Sonny Rollins
  5. It Could Happen to You – Jimmy Van Heusen
  6. Woody ’n’ You – Dizzy Gillespie

On March 9, 2005.

On March 9, 2005, “Splasc” label released “Margy Pargy”, the 24th Dave Burrell album. It was recorded in 2004, and was produced by Peppo Spagnoli.

Personnel:

  • Dave Burrell – piano
  • Giuseppe Emmanuele – engineer
  • Luigi Naro – graphic design
  • Luciano Rossetti – photography
  • Pete Kercher, Giacomo Pellicciotti – liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Dave Burrell, except where noted.

  1. I Only Have Eyes for You – Harry Warren, Al Dubin
  2. Expansion
  3. DB Blues
  4. Prelude to Crucifado
  5. Crucifado
  6. Margy Pargy
  7. Lush Life – Billy Strayhorn
  8. My Foolish Heart – Victor Young
  9. So in Love – Cole Porter

On December 22, 2004.

On December 22, 2004, “Venus” label released “Super Standard”, the 41st Kenny Barron album. It was recorded in September 2004, at “Avatar Studio” in New York City, and was produced by Tetsuo Hara and Todd Barkan.

Personnel:

  • Kenny Barron – piano
  • Jay Leonhart – bass
  • Al Foster – drums

Track listing:

  1. All of Me – Gerald Marks, Seymour Simons
  2. Bye Bye Blackbird – Ray Henderson, Mort Dixon
  3. Cherokee – Ray Noble
  4. Cleopatra’s Dream – Bud Powell
  5. Doxy – Sonny Rollins
  6. Misty – Erroll Garner, Johnny Burke
  7. Stolen Moments – Oliver Nelson
  8. Summer Night – Harry Warren, Al Dubin
  9. Sunset and the Mockingbird – Duke Ellington
  10. Sweet and Lovely – Gus Arnheim, Harry Tobias, Jules Lemare
  11. Willow Weep for Me – Ann Ronell
  12. Yesterdays – Jerome Kern, Otto Harbach

In December 1967.

In December 1967, “Warner Bros” label released “Anything Goes”, the second Harpers Bizarre album. It was recorded in 1967, and was produced by Lenny Waronker.

Personnel:

  • Eddie James – guitar
  • Dick Scoppettone – vocals, guitar, bass, vocal arrangements
  • Dick Yount – vocals, bass
  • Ted Templeman – vocals, guitar, drums, vocal arrangements
  • John Petersen vocals, drums, percussion
  • Jack Glaser – sound effects
  • Ami Hadini, Eddie Brackett, Joe Sidore, Lee Herschberg, Mike Sheilds – engineer
  • Lee Herschberg – editing
  • Ed Thrasher – art direction
  • Stan Cornyn – sleeve notes

Track listing:

  1. (Intro) This Is Only the Beginning – Ted Koehler, Harold Arlen
  2. Anything Goes – Cole Porter
  3. Two Little Babes in the Wood – Cole Porter
  4. The Biggest Night of Her Life – Randy Newman
  5. Pocketful of Miracles – Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen
  6. Snow – Randy Newman
  7. Chattanooga Choo Choo – Mack Gordon, Harry Warren
  8. Hey You in the Crowd – Dick Scoppettone, Ted Templeman
  9. Louisiana Man – Doug Kershaw
  10. Milord – Georges Moustaki, Marguerite Monnot
  11. Virginia City – Dick Scoppettone, Ted Templeman
  12. Jessie – Mike Gordon, Jimmy Griffin
  13. You Need a Change – David Blue
  14. High Coin – Van Dyke Parks

On December 2, 2014.

On December 2, 2014, “Columbia” label released “Classics”, the fifth She & Him studio album. It was recorded in 2014, and was produced by M.Ward.

Personnel:

  • Zooey Deschanel – lead vocals and backing vocals, piano, Wurlitzer
  • M. Ward – vocals, guitar
  • Nate Walcott – piano
  • Chapin Sisters – vocals
  • Boo Reiners – banjo
  • Charlie Pillow – alto saxophone, flute, oboe, backing vocals
  • Doug Wieselman – tenor saxophone, clarinet, flute, backing vocals
  • Trombone Shorty – trombone
  • Curtis Hasselbring – trombone
  • Art Baron – trombone, backing vocals
  • Steven Bernstein – trumpet, backing vocals
  • Amanda Lawrence – viola
  • Tom Hagerman – violin
  • Tyler Tornfelt – bass
  • Tim Luntzel – bass
  • Pierre de Reeder – bass, drums, percussion, engineer
  • Jim Keltner – drums, percussion
  • Tom Schick – engineer, mixing
  • Larry Crane – mixing
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering

Track listing:

  1. Stars Fell on Alabama – Mitchell Parish, Frank Perkins
  2. Oh No, Not My Baby – Gerry Goffin, Carole King
  3. It’s Not for Me to Say – Robert Allen, Al Stillman
  4. Stay Awhile – Mike Hawker, Ivor Raymonde
  5. This Girl’s in Love with You – Burt Bacharach, Hal David
  6. Time After Time – Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne
  7. She – Charles Aznavour. Herbert Kretzmer
  8. Teach Me Tonight – Sammy Cahn, Gene de Paul
  9. It’s Always You – Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen
  10. Unchained Melody – Alex North, Hy Zaret
  11. I’ll Never Be Free – Bennie Benjamin, George Davis Weiss
  12. Would You Like to Take a Walk – Mort Dixon, Billy Rose, Harry Warren
  13. We’’ll Meet Again – Hugh Charles, Ross Parker

On October 24, 1980.

On October 24, 1980, “Dindisc” label released “Organisation”, the second Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark studio album. It was recorded in 1980, at “Ridge Farm” in Rusper, England, “Advision” in London, and was produced by Mike Howlett.

Personnel:

  • Paul Humphreys – vocals, synthesizers, electronic organ, electronic and acoustic piano, rhythm programming, acoustic and electronic percussion
  • Andy McCluskey – vocals, synthesizer, bass guitar, electronic organ, treated acoustic piano, rhythm programming, acoustic and electronic percussion
  • Malcolm Holmes – drums, percussion

Track listing:

  1. Enola Gay – Andy McCluskey
  2. 2nd Thought – Andy McCluskey
  3. VCL XI – Paul Humphreys, Andy McCluskey
  4. Motion and Heart – Paul Humphreys, Andy McCluskey
  5. Statues – Andy McCluskey
  6. The Misunderstanding – Paul Humphreys, Andy McCluskey
  7. The More I See You – Harry Warren, Mack Gordon
  8. Promise – Paul Humphreys
  9. Stanlow – Paul Humphreys, Andy McCluskey

In december 1957.

In January 1957, “Prestige” label released “A Garland of Red”, the debut Red Garland album. It was recorded in August 1956, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Hackensack, New Jersey, and was produced by Bob Weinstock.

Personnel:

  • Red Garland – piano
  • Paul Chambers – bass
  • Art Taylor – drums
  • Rudy Van Gelder – recording engineer
  • Bob Weinstock – supervision
  • Ira Gitler – liner notes
  • Hannan, Edwards – design, photography

Track listing:

  1. A Foggy Day – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
  2. My Romance – Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
  3. What Is This Thing Called Love? – Cole Porter
  4. Makin’ Whoopee – Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn
  5. September in the Rain – Al Dubin, Harry Warren
  6. Little Girl Blue – Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
  7. Constellation – Charlie Parker
  8. Blue Red – Red Garland

On December 16, 1963.

On December 16, 1963, “Columbia” label released “Quiet Nights”, the 36th Miles Davis album, and his fourth and final album collaboration with Gil Evans. It was recorded July – November 1962, April 1963, at “Columbia’s 30th Street Studios” in Manhattan, and was produced by Teo Macero and Irving Townsend.

Personnel:

  • Miles Davis – trumpet
  • Gil Evans – arranger, conductor
  • Shorty Baker, Bernie Glow, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal – trumpets
  • J.J. Johnson, Frank Rehak – trombones
  • Ray Alonge, Don Corrado, Julius Watkins – french horns
  • Bill Barber – tuba
  • Steve Lacy – soprano saxophone
  • George Coleman – tenor saxophone
  • Albert Block – flute
  • Ray Beckenstein, Jerome Richardson – woodwinds
  • Garvin Bushell, Bob Tricarico – bassoons
  • Janet Putnam – harp
  • Victor Feldman – piano
  • Ron Carter – bass
  • Paul Chambers – bass
  • Jimmy Cobb – drums
  • Frank Butler – drums
  • Willie Bobo – bongos
  • Elvin Jones – percussion
  • Fred Plaut – engineer
  • Dan Hunstein – photography

Track listing:

  1. Song No. 2 (a.k.a. Prenda Minha, Brazilian folk song) – Gil Evans, Miles Davis
  2. Once Upon a Summertime – Johnny Mercer, Michel Legrand
  3. Aos Pés da Cruz – Marino Pinto, José Gonçalves
  4. Song No. 1 (a.k.a. Adelita by Francisco Tárrega) – Gil Evans, Miles Davis
  5. Wait Till You See Her – Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
  6. Corcovado – Antônio Carlos Jobim
  7. Summer Night – Harry Warren, Al Dubin

In December 1973.

In December 1973, “Milestone” label released “Butterfly Dreams”, the second Flora Purim studio album. It was recorded in December 1973, at “fantasy Studios” in Berkeley, California, and was produced by Orrin Keepnews.

Personnel:

  • Flora Purim – vocals, arrangements 
  • George Duke – electric piano, ARP synthesizer, clavinet, piano, arrangements
  • David Amaro – acoustic and electric guitar
  • Stanley Clarke – Fender electric bass, acoustic bass, arrangements
  • Ernie Hood – zither
  • Joe Henderson – flute, tenor saxophone
  • Airto Moreira – drums, percussion
  • Jim Stern – engineering
  • Eddie Bill Harris – engineering
  • David Turner – mastering
  • Anthony Samuel Lane – art direction, design, photography

Track listing:

  1. Dr. Jive Pt. I – Stanley Clarke
  2. Butterfly Dreams – lyrics by Neville Potter, music by Stanley Clarke
  3. Dindi – lyrics by Aloisio de Oliveira, music by Antonio Carlos Jobim
  4. Summer Night – Harry Warren, Al Dubin
  5. Love Reborn – lyrics by Flora Purim, music by George Duke
  6. Moon Dreams – lyrics by Jay Livingston, Ray Evans, music by Egberto Gismonti
  7. Dr. Jive Pt. II – Stanley Clarke
  8. Light as a Feather – lyrics by Flora Purim, music by Stanley Clarke