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On December 13, 1978.

On December 13, 1978, “Jasrac” label released “Friendship”, the fifth Lee Ritenour album. It was recorded in 1978, at “Filmays/Heider Studio” in Hollywood, and was produced by Toshi Endo.

Personnel:

  • Lee Ritenour – guitar
  • Steve Forman – percussion
  • Steve Gadd – drums
  • Dave Grusin – piano
  • Don Grusin – keyboards
  • Abraham Laboriel – bass
  • Ernie Watts – saxophones

Track listing:

  1. Sea Dance – Don Grusin
  2. Crystal Morning – Lee Ritenour
  3. Samurai Night Fever – Dave Grusin
  4. Life is the Song We Sing- Ernie Watts
  5. Woody Creek – Dave Grusin
  6. It’s a Natural Thing – Ernie Watts

On December 10, 2001.

On December 10, 2001, “Absurda” label released “BlueBOB”, debut David Lynch and John Neff studio album. It was recorded April 1998–March 2000, at “Aysmmetrical Studio” in Hollywood, and was produced by David Lynch and John Neff.

Personnel:

  • David Lynch– drums, drum effects, percussion, guitar, backing vocals, sound effects, vocals effects, sound design, ambient sound design, mixing, design, photography
  • John Neff – lead and backing vocals, guitar, bass, drums, percussion , engineering, mixing
  • Tom Baker – mastering
  • Eli Roth– photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by David Lynch, all music by David Lynch and John Neff.

  1. 9–1–1
  2. Rollin’ Down (To My House)
  3. Thank You, Judge
  4. I Cannot Do That
  5. Factory Interlude
  6. Blue Horse
  7. Bad Night
  8. Mountains Falling
  9. Go Get Some
  10. Pink Western Range
  11. Marilyn Monroe
  12. City of Dreams

On December 2, 1956.

On December 2, 1956, “Pacific Jazz” label released “Playboys”, album by Chet Baker and Art Pepper. It was recorded in October 1956, at “Radio Recorders” in Hollywood, and was produced by Richard Bock.

Personnel:

  • Chet Baker— trumpet
  • Art Pepper— alto saxophone
  • Phil Urso— tenor saxophone
  • Carl Perkins— piano
  • Curtis Counce— bass
  • Larance Marable— drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Jimmy Heath except where noted.

  1. For Minors Only
  2. Minor-Yours – Art Pepper
  3. Resonant Emotions
  4. Tynan Tyme – Art Pepper
  5. Picture of Heath
  6. For Miles and Miles
  7. T.A.

On November 19, 1996.

On November 19, 1996, “Drag City” label released “Hazel”, the seventh Red Krayola album.

Personnel:

  • Werner Büttner
  • Michael Baldwin
  • David Grubbs
  • George Hurley
  • Lynn Johnston
  • Hei Han Khiang
  • John McEntire
  • Albert Oehlen
  • Jim O’Rourke
  • Stephen Prina
  • Elisa Randazzo
  • Mary Lass Stewart
  • Mayo Thompson
  • Tom Watson
  • Christopher Williams

Track listing:

  1. I’m So Blasé
  2. Duck & Cover
  3. Duke of Newcastle
  4. Decaf the Planet
  5. GAO
  6. Larking
  7. Jimmy Two Bad
  8. Falls
  9. We Feel Fine
  10. 5123881
  11. Hollywood
  12. Another Song, Another Satan
  13. Boogie
  14. Dad
  15. Father Abraham

On November 15, 1971.

On November 15, 1971, “Shelter” label released “Asylum Choir II”, the second and final  Leon Russell and Marc Benno album. It was recorded February 1967 – April 1969, at “Skyhill Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Leon Russell and Marc Benno.

Personnel:

  • Marc Benno– vocals, guitars
  • Leon Russell– bass, guitar, keyboards, piano, vocals
  • Jesse Ed Davis– guitars
  • Chuck Blackwell– drums
  • Carl Radle– bass
  • Donald “Duck” Dunn– bass

Track listing:

All tracks by Leon Russell and Marc Benno except where noted.

  1. Sweet Home Chicago
  2. Down on the Base
  3. Hello, Little Friend – Leon Russell
  4. Salty Candy
  5. Tryin’ to Stay ‘Live
  6. Intro to Rita
  7. Straight Brother
  8. Learn How to Boogie
  9. Ballad for a Soldier – Leon Russell
  10. When You Wish upon a Fag – Leon Russell
  11. Lady in Waiting – Leon Russell

 

 

On October 28, 1974.

On October 28, 1974, “MPS Records” label released “Feel”, the fifth George Duke studio album. It was recorded in May 1974, at “Paramount Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Baldhard G. Falk.

Personnel:

  • George Duke– vocals, bass synthesizer, keyboards
  • Flora Purim– vocals
  • Obdewl’l X– guitar
  • John Heard– acoustic and electric bass
  • Leon “Ndugu” Chancler– percussion, drums,
  • Airto Moreira– percussion
  • Baldhard G. Falk – photography
  • Kerry McNabb – recording, mixing
  • Wilfried “Sätty” Podriech – cover art

Track listing:

All tracks by George Duke, except where noted.

  1. Funny Funk
  2. Love
  3. The Once Over – Leon Chancler.
  4. Feel
  5. Old Slippers
  6. Theme from the Opera “Tzina”
  7. Yana Aminah
  8. Rashid
  9. Statement

 

On October 20, 2009.

October 20, 2009, “Brunel Music” label released “Theatre de Marionnettes”, the fourth CAB studio album. It was recorded in 2008, at 2008 at “Gigi Studios” in Laguna Niguel, California, “North Allen Studio” and “Gildon Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Bunny Brunel and Tony MacAlpine.

Personnel:

  • Tony MacAlpine– guitar, keyboard, mixing
  • Freddie Fox – guitar
  • Bernard Torelli – guitar, mixing, mastering
  • Patrice Rushen– clavinet, keyboard, piano
  • Bunny Brunel– keyboard, bass, mixing
  • Sandeep Chowta – keyboard
  • Chick Corea– electric piano
  • Michel Polnareff– piano
  • Brian Auger– Hammond organ
  • Virgil Donati– drums
  • Jeff Elliott – trumpet
  • Doug Webb– saxophone
  • Tyrone Fernandes – mastering

Track listing:

  1. The Prankster – Bunny Brunel, Sandeep Chowta
  2. Katputli – Bunny Brunel
  3. The Sultan of Brunel – Sandeep Chowta
  4. Purple Mars – Tony MacAlpine
  5. The Ventriloquist – Tony MacAlpine
  6. Just Do It – Bunny Brunel
  7. Rain – Bunny Brunel
  8. The Pub – Tony MacAlpine
  9. Another Day – Bunny Brunel
  10. Jaco Rocco Circus – Bunny Brunel
  11. Theatre de Marionnettes – Bunny Brunel

High Cloud – Bunny Brunel