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On January 18, 1991.

On January 18, 1991, “Elektra” label released “Lust”, the third Ambitious Lovers album. It was recorded in 1991 at “Skyline Studio”, “Creative Audio Recording Services”, “Power Station” and “Platinum Island” in New York City, and was produced by Peter Scherer.

Personnel:

  • Arto Lindsay– vocals, guitar
  • Marc Ribot– guitar
  • Naná Vasconcelos– percussion
  • Peter Scherer – keyboards, synthesizer bass, sampling
  • K. Dyson – backing vocals
  • Melvin Gibbs– bass guitar
  • Tony Lewis – drums
  • Jason Baker – recording
  • Paul Angelli – assistant engineering
  • Scott Ansell – additional recording
  • Patrick Dillett – assistant engineering
  • Bil Emmons – assistant engineering
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering
  • Francis Manzella – additional recording
  • Katherine Miller – assistant engineering
  • Roger Moutenot – mixing, assistant recording
  • David Schiffman – assistant engineering
  • Norika Sora – illustrations
  • Tomoyo Tanaka – art direction
  • Anthony Lee – art direction
  • Josef Astor – photography
  • Masashi Kuwamoto – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Arto Lindsay and Peter Scherer, except where noted.

  1. Lust
  2. It’s Gonna Rain
  3. Tuck it in
  4. Ponta de Lança Africano (Umbabarauma)
  5. Monster
  6. Villain – Caetano Veloso
  7. Half Out of It
  8. Slippery
  9. Make it Easy
  10. More Light
  11. É Preciso Perdoar – Coqueijo, Luz

On January 18, 2011.

On January 18, 2011, “Latent” label released “Demons”, the 14th Cowboy Junkies, “Volume Two” of the “Nomad Series”. It was band’s tribute to Vic Chesnutt, who died on December 25, 2009, at age of 45. The album was produced by Michael Timmins.

Personnel:

  • Margo Timmins– vocals
  • Michael Timmins – guitar, backing vocals
  • Alan Anton – bass
  • Peter Timmins – drums, percussion
  • Jeff Bird – mandolin
  • Joby Baker – organ, piano, Wurlitzer, horn arrangement
  • Aaron Goldstein- guitar
  • Tania Elizabeth – fiddle
  • Dave Henry – cello
  • Henry Kucharzyk – woodwind arrangement
  • Alfons Fear, Nick Lariviere, Roy Styffe – horn
  • Bob Stevenson – clarinet
  • Andy Maize – backing vocals
  • Michael Timmins – engineer, mixed by
  • Peter J. Moore– mastered at the E Room
  • Peter Timmins – assistant
  • Joby Baker – engineer, mixing
  • Dave Henry – engineer
  • Alice Phieu – graphics design
  • Enrique Martinez Celaya– cover image

Track listing:

All tracks by Vic Chesnutt.

  1. Wrong Piano
  2. Flirted with You All My Life
  3. See You Around
  4. Betty Lonely
  5. Square Room
  6. Ladle
  7. Supernatural
  8. West of Rome
  9. Strange Language
  10. We Hovered with Short Wings
  11. When the Bottom Fell Out

On January 18, 1983.

On January 18, 1983, “A&M” label released “Cuts Like a Knife”, the third Bryan Adams studio album. It was recorded August – October 1982, at “Little Mountain Sound” in  Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and was produced by Bob Clearmountain and Bryan Adams.

Personnel:

  • Bryan Adams– vocals, guitars, piano
  • Mickey Curry– drums
  • Tommy Mandel– organ, B-3 organ, synthesizers, piano
  • Keith Scott– guitars, background vocals
  • Dave Taylor– bass guitar, background vocals
  • Bruce Allen(credited as “B.A.”) – background vocals
  • Alfa Anderson – background vocals
  • Bob Clearmountain(credited as “B.C.”), Davies, L. Frenette, Lou Gramm, M. Simpson – background vocals
  • Jim Vallance– percussion, electric piano
  • Jim Wesley – background vocals
  • James O’Mara – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance except where noted.

  1. The Only One
  2. Take Me Back
  3. This Time
  4. Straight from the Heart – Bryan Adams, Eric Kagna
  5. Cuts Like a Knife
  6. I’m Ready
  7. What’s It Gonna Be
  8. Don’t Leave Me Lonely – Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance, Eric Carr
  9. Let Him Know
  10. The Best Was Yet to Come

 

On January 18, 2016.

Glenn Frey

On January 18, 2016, Glenn Lewis Frey died aged 67. He was musician, singer, songwriter, producer and actor, best known as a founding member of The Eagles. After leaving The Eagles, Frey released five studio and one live album.

  • No Fun Around – 1982
  • The Allnighter – 1984
  • Soul Searchin’ – 1988
  • Strange Weather – 1991
  • Glenn Frey Live – 1993
  • After Hours – 2012

As a member of The Eagles, Frey won six “Grammy Awards”, and five “American Music Awards”. In 1998, as member of The Eagles, he was inducted in the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”.

On January 18, 1994.

Mark_Lanegan_Whiskey_for_the_Holy_Ghost

On January 18, 1994, “Sub Pop” label released “Whiskey for the Holy Ghost”, the second Mark Lanegan solo . It was recorded in 1993, at the “Ironwood, Riciprocal, & Steve Lawson Studios” in Seattle, and at “WA, & Messina Music” in New York, and was produced by Mike Johnson and Mark Lanegan.

Personnel:

  • Mark Lanegan– vocals, guitar
  • John Agnello – engineer, mixing
  • Krisha Augerot – background vocals
  • Sally Barry – background vocal
  • Frank Cody – organ, piano
  • Tad Doyle – drums
  • Kurt Fedora – bass
  • Mike Johnson– organ, bass, harmonica, piano, background vocals, slide and acoustic guitar
  • Dave Kreuger – violin
  • J Mascis– drums
  • Dan Peters– drums
  • Mark Pickerel– drums
  • Mike Stinette – saxophone
  • Phil Sparks – bowed bass, upright bass
  • Ted Trewhella – piano
  • Justin Williams – organ
  • Terry Date, Ed Brooks, Jack Endino – engineer
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering

Tracks listing:

All tracks by Mark Lanegan.

  1. The River Rise
  2. Borracho
  3. House a Home
  4. Kingdoms of Rain
  5. Carnival
  6. Riding the Nightingale
  7. El Sol
  8. Dead on You
  9. Shooting Gallery
  10. Sunrise
  11. Pendulum
  12. Judas Touch
  13. Beggar’s Blues

 

On January 18, 1994.

ZZ_Top_-_Antenna

On January 18, 1994, “RCA” label released “Antenna”, the eleventh ZZ Top studio album. “Antenna” was recorded in 1993, and was produced by Billy Gibbons and Bill Ham.

Personnel:

  • Billy Gibbons– guitar, lead and backing vocals
  • Dusty Hill– bass guitar, keyboards, backing and lead vocals
  • Frank Beard– drums, percussion
  • Bill Bernstein, Barbara LaBarge – photography
  • Jim Bessman – text

Track listing:

All tracks by Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard, except where noted

  1. Pincushion
  2. Breakaway – Billy Gibbons
  3. World of Swirl – Billy Gibbons
  4. Fuzzbox Voodoo
  5. Girl in a T-Shirt – Billy Gibbons\
  6. Antenna Head
  7. PCH
  8. Cherry Red – Billy Gibbons
  9. Cover Your Rig
  10. Lizard Life
  11. Deal Goin’ Down

 

On January 18, 1988.

If_I_Should_Fall_From_Grace_With_God

On January 18, 1988, “Pogue Mahone” released “If I Should Fall from Grace with God”, the third The Pogues album.  It  was recorded in 1987, at the “Rak Studios” in London, and was produced by Steve Lillywhite. “If I Should Fall from Grace with God” became the band’s best-selling album of all time.

Personnel:

  • Shane MacGowan– vocals, guitar
  • Spider Stacy– tin whistle, vocals
  • James Fearnley– accordion, piano, mandolin, dulcimer, guitar, cello, percussion
  • Jem Finer– banjo, saxophone
  • Andrew Ranken– drums, vocals
  • Philip Chevron– guitar, mandolin
  • Darryl Hunt– bass, percussion, vocals
  • Terry Woods– cittern lute, concertina, strings, banjo, dulcimer, guitar, vocals
  • Ron Kavana – banjo, spoons, mandolin
  • Kirsty MacColl – vocals
  • Siobhan Sheahan – harp
  • Brian Clarke – alto saxophone
  • Joe Cashman – tenor saxophone
  • Paul Taylor – trombone
  • Chris Lee, Eli Thompson – trumpet

Track listing:

  1. If I Should Fall from Grace with God – Shane MacGowan
  2. Turkish Song of the Damned – Shane MacGowan, Jem Finer
  3. Bottle of Smoke – Shane MacGowen, Jem Finer
  4. Fairytale of New York – Shane MacGowen and Jem Finer
  5. Metropolis – Jem Finer
  6. Thousands Are Sailling – Phil Chevron
  7. Fiesta – Shaven MacGowen, Jem Finer
  8. Medley: The Recruiting Sergeant/The Rocky Road to Dublin/The Galway Races – traditional
  9. Streets of Sorrow/Birmingham Six – Terry Woods, Shane MacGowen
  10. Lullaby of London – Shane MacGowen
  11. Sit Down by the Fire – Shane MacGowen
  12. The Broad Majestic Shannon – Shane MacGowen
  13. Worms – traditional