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On January 23, 2007.

On January 23, 2007, “Yep Roc Records” label released “Learn to Sing Like a Star”, the seventh Kristin Hersh album. It was recorded in 2006 and was produced by Kristin Hersch.

Personnel:

  • Kristin Hersch – vocals, guitar
  • Martin McCarrick – cello, string arrangements
  • Kimberlee McCarrick – violin
  • David Narcizo – drums
  • Steve Rizzo – engineer, mixing
  • Mike Paragone – mixing
  • William Sender – mixing
  • Trina Shoemaker – mixing
  • Joe Gastwirt – mastering
  • Dina Douglass – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Kristin Hersh

  1. In Shock
  2. Nerve Endings
  3. DayGlo
  4. Christian Hearse
  5. Ice
  6. Under The Gun
  7. Piano 1
  8. Sugarbaby
  9. Peggy Lee
  10. Piano 2
  11. Vertigo
  12. Winter
  13. Wild Vanilla
  14. The Thin Man

 

On January 23, 2006.

On January 23, 2006, “Virgin” label released “Inside In / Inside Out”, the debut Kooks studio album. It was recorded in 2005, at “Konk Studios” in  2005, and was produced by Tony Hoffer.

Personnel:

  • Luke Pritchard – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Hugh Harris – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Max Rafferty – bass, backing vocals
  • Paul Garred – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Luke Pritchard, Hugh Harris, Max Rafferty and Paul Garred.

  1. Seaside
  2. See the World
  3. Sofa Song
  4. Eddie’s Gun
  5. Ooh La
  6. You Don’t Love Me
  7. She Moves In her Own Way
  8. Matchbox
  9. Naïve
  10. I Want You
  11. If Only
  12. Jackie Big Tits
  13. Time Awaits
  14. Got No Love

 

On January 23, 1989.

On January 23, 1989, “4AD” and “Sire” labels released “Hunkpapa”, the third Throwing Muses album. It was recorded in 1988, at “Fort Apache Studios”, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and was produced by Gary Smith.

Personnel:

  • Kristin Hersh– vocals, guitar, piano
  • Tanya Donelly– vocals, guitar
  • Leslie Langston – vocals, bass guitar
  • David Narcizo– vocals, drums, percussion
  • Bernie Worrell– keyboards
  • Russ Gershon– tenor saxophone
  • Tom Halter – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Russell Jewell – trombone
  • Guy Yarden – violin
  • Steve Haigler – engineering
  • Matt Lane – engineering assistance
  • Phil Magnotti – engineering assistance
  • Greg Calbi– mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Kristin Hersh, except where noted.

  1. Devil’s Roof
  2. Bea
  3. Dizzy
  4. No Parachutes
  5. Dragonhead – Tanya Donelly
  6. Say Goodbye
  7. Fall Down
  8. I’m Alive
  9. Angel – Tanya Donelly
  10. Mania
  11. The Burrow
  12. Take

 

On January 23, 1994.

On January 23, 1994, “Wooden Blue” label released the self-titled, debut Jimmy Eat World album. It was recorded in 1994, and was produced by Steve Naugton, Jim Adkins, Zach Lind, Tom Linton and Mitch Porter.

Personnel:

  • Jim Adkins – lead and backing vocals, lead guitar
  • Zach Lind – drums, accordion
  • Tom Linton – lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Mitch Porter – bass guitar
  • Sarah Pont – violin
  • Larry Elyea – mastering
  • Steve Naugton – recording engineer
  • Jim Schroeder – design
  • Craig Robeson – photography

Track listing:

  1. Chachi
  2. Patches
  3. Amphibious
  4. Splat Out of Luck
  5. House Arrest
  6. Usery
  7. Wednesday
  8. Crooked
  9. Reason 346
  10. Scientific
  11. Cars

On January 23, 1990.

On January 23, 1990, “GRP” label released “Reunion”, the 41st Gary Burton album. It was recorded May 6 – 10, 1989, at “Studio A – Power Station” in New York City, and was produced by Gary Burton.

Personnel:

  • Gary Burton– vibraphone, marimba
  • Pat Metheny– guitar
  • Mitchel Forman– piano, keyboards
  • Will Lee– bass guitar
  • Peter Erskine– drums, percussion
  • Dan Gellert – assistant engineer
  • Dave Grusin, Larry Rosen– executive producers
  • Rob Eaton – recording, mixing

Track listing:

  1. Autumn – Polo Orti
  2. Reunion – Mitchel Forman
  3. Origin – Mitchel Forman
  4. Will You Say You Will – Vince Mendoza
  5. House on the Hill – Pat Metheny
  6. Panama – Paul Meyers
  7. Chairs and Children – Vince Mendoza
  8. Wasn’t Always Easy – Pat Metheny
  9. The Chief – Pat Metheny
  10. Tiempos Felice – Polo Orti
  11. Quick and Running – Polo Orti

On January 23, 1970.

On January 23, 1970, “Reprise” label released the self-titled, debut Jeremy Spencer album. It was recorded in 1970, and was produced by Jeremy Spencer.

Personnel:

  • Jeremy Spencer– vocals, slide guitar, piano
  • Mick Fleetwood– drums, congas, percussion
  • John McVie– bass guitar
  • Danny Kirwan– guitar, backing vocals
  • Peter Green– banjo
  • Stephen Gregory – saxophone

Track listing:

All tracks by Jeremy Spencer, except where noted.

  1. Linda
  2. The Shape I’m In – Lee Cathy, Otis Blackwell
  3. Mean Blues
  4. String-a-long – Jimmy Duncan, Robert Doyle
  5. Here Comes Charlie (With His Dancing Shoes On)
  6. Teenage Love Affair
  7. Jenny Lee
  8. Don’t Go Please Stay
  9. You Made a Hit – Walt Maynard
  10. Take a Look Around Mrs Brown
  11. Surfin’ Girl
  12. If I Could Swim the Mountain

On January 23, 2018.

On January 23, 2018, Hugh Ramopolo Masekela died aged 78. He was musician (trumpeter, flugelhornist, and cornetist), composer and singer, known as “Father of South African Jazz.” He has recorded 49 albums, and received many awards, including:

  • 1968 – Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Pop Performance – instrumental
  • 2002 – BBC Radio Jazz Awards: International Award of the Year
  • 2005 – Channel O Music Video Awards: Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 2007 – Ghana Music Awards: 2007 African Music Legend Award
  • 2010 – Order of Ikhamanga:South African National Orders Ceremony
  • 2014 – University of York Honorary Doctorate in Music
  • 2015 – Rhodes University: Doctor of Music

On January 23, 2015.

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On January 23, 2015, “Caroline Records” released “Man It Feels Like Space Again”, the sixth Pond album.It was recorded in 2014, and was produced by Kevin Parker.

Personnel:

  • Nick Allbrook– vocals, guitar, keys, bass, flute, slide guitar and occasional drums
  • Jay “Gumby” Watson– guitar, vocals, drums, bass, keys and synth
  • Shiny Joe Ryan– guitar, bass, vocals, 12 string guitar, slide guitar
  • Jamie Terry – keys, synth, organ and bass
  • Ginolé – drums
  • Artwork – Ben Montero
  • Mastered By – Rob Grant
  • Mixed By – Kevin Parker
  • Recorded By – Kevin Parker, Lukas Glickman

Track listing:

  1. Waiting Around the Grace – Nick Allbrook, Jay “Gumby” Watson, Shiny Joe Ryan
  2. Elvis Flaming Star – Nick Allbrook, Jay “Gumby” Watson, Shiny Joe Ryan
  3. Holding Out for You – Shiny Joe Ryan
  4. Zond – Nick Allbrook, Jay “Gumby” Watson
  5. Heroic Start – Nick Allbrook
  6. Sitting Up on Our Crane – Jay “Gumby” Watson
  7. Outside is the Right Side – Nick Allbrook, Jay “Gumby” Watson
  8. Medicine Hat – Shiny Joe Ryan
  9. Man it Feels Like Space Again – Nick Allbrook, Jay “Gumby” Watson, Shiny Joe Ryan

 

 

On January 23, 2007.

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On January 23, 2007, “Sub Pop” label released “Wincing the Night Away”, the third The Shins album.  It was recorded in 2005 and 2006, at James Mercer’s basement studio, Phil Ek’s home in Seattle and in Oregon City, and was produced by James Mercer and Joe Chiccarelli.

Personnel:

  • James Mercer– vocals, guitar, bass guitar, synthesizers, ukelele, banjo, cat piano, percussion, beat and MIDI programming
  • Marty Crandall– synthesizers, organ, bass guitar, percussion
  • Dave Hernandez– lead guitar
  • Jesse Sandoval– drums
  • Chris Funk– lap steel guitar , hammered dulcimer, bouzouki
  • Eric D. Johnson– backing vocals, piano
  • Anita Robinson – backing vocals
  • Paloma Griffin – violin
  • Niels Gallaway – French horn
  • Robert Mercer – illustration, design

Track listing:

All tracks by James Mercer.

  1. Sleeping Lessons
  2. Australia
  3. Pam Berry
  4. Phantom Limb
  5. Sea Legs
  6. Red Rabbits
  7. Turn On Me
  8. Black Wave
  9. Split Needles
  10. Girl Sailor
  11. A Comet Appears