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On January 25, 1999.

On January 25, 1999, “Verglas Music” label released “Jabberwocky”, the first of two albums by Clive Nolan and Oliver Wakeman. It was recorded in 1998, at “Thin Ice Studios” in Surrey, UK, and was produced by Clive Nolan and Karl Groom.

Personnel:

  • Clive Nolan – keyboards, engineer
  • Oliver Wakeman – keyboards
  • Pete Gee – fretless bass
  • Ian Salmon – guitar, bass
  • Peter Banks – guitars
  • Jon Jeary – acoustic guitar
  • Tony Fernandez – drums
  • Bob Catley as The Boy
  • Tracy Hitchings as The Girl
  • James Plumridge as The Jabberwock
  • Paul Allison as The Tree
  • Rick Wakeman – The Narrator
  • Michelle Young, Michelle Gulrajani, Suzanne Chenery, Tracy Hitchings, Sian Roberts, John Jowitt, Dave Wagstaffe, Donald Morrison, Ian Gould, John Mitchell, Tina Riley, Clive Nolan – the choir
  • Karl Groom – engineer
  • Matt Goodluck – design, layout
  • Rodney Matthews – artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by Clive Nolan and Oliver Wakeman.

  1. Overture
  2. Coming to Town
  3. Dangerous World
  4. The Forest
  5. A Glimmer of Light
  6. Shadows
  7. Enlightenment
  8. Dancing Water
  9. The Burgundy Rose
  10. The Mission
  11. Call to Arms
  12. Finale

On January 25, 1996.

On January 25, 1996, “Atlantic” label released “Hey Man”, the fourth Mr. Big studio album. It was recorded in 1995, and was produced by Kevin Elson.

Personnel:

  • Eric Martin – lead vocals
  • Paul Gilbert – guitar
  • Billy Sheehan – bass guitar
  • Pat Torpey – drums
  • Kevin Elson – engineer, mixing
  • Tom Size – engineer, mixing

Track listing:

  1. Trapped in Toyland – Paul Gilbert, Jeff Martin, Russ Parrish
  2. Take Cover – Eric Martin, Paul Gilbert, André Pessis
  3. Jane Doe – Paul Gilbert, Billy Sheehan, Pat Torpey
  4. Goin’ Where the Wind Blows – Eric Martin, André Pessis
  5. The Chain – Eric Martin, André Pessis
  6. Where Do I Fit In? – Eric Martin, Paul Gilbert, André Pessis
  7. If That’s What It Takes – Eric Martin, Billy Sheehan, Pat Torpey, André Pessis, Tony Fanucchi
  8. Out of the Underground – Paul Gilbert
  9. Dancin’ Right into the Flame – Eric Martin, Billy Sheehan, André Pessis
  10. Mama D. – Paul Gilbert
  11.  Fool Us Today – Eric Martin, Billy Sheehan, Pat Torpey

On January 25, 1990.

On January 25, 1990, “RTS” label released “Ogan pod zvezdite”, the debut Memorija album. It was recorded November – December 1989, at “M-2 Studio” at “MRTV”, in Skopje, Macedonia, and was produced by Valentino Skenderovski.

Personnel:

  • Petar Georgievski – bass, arranger
  • Apostol “Poce” Ikonomov – vocals
  • Bane Popovic – guitar
  • Ico Jovkovski – guitar
  • Dean Kuzmanovski – keyboards
  • Valentino Skenderovski – keyboards
  • Antonio Dimitrievski – drums
  • Tase Panajotov – engineer
  • Zoran “Koka” Krajacic – artwork
  • Gorgi “Zorz” Hristovski – photography
  • Dimitar Masevski – executive producer

Track listing:

All music and lyrics by Petar Georgievski, except where noted.

  1. Bejbi Bejbi – lyrics by Antonio Dimitrievski
  2. Shushki
  3. Ogan pod zvezdite
  4. Ulicarka
  5. Probaj da gi zatvoris ocite – lyrics by Aleksandar Stefanovski
  6. Srekna Nova
  7. Odam za sekogash
  8. Nena
  9. Grad

On January 25, 2019.

On January 25, 2019, “ECM” label released “Trio Tapestry”, the 29th Joe Lovano album. It was recorded in March 2018, at “Sear Sound” in New York City, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.

Personnel:

  • Joe Lovano – tenor saxophone, tarogato, gong
  • Carmen Castaldi – drums, percussion
  • Marilyn Crispell – piano

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Lovano.

  1. One Time In
  2. Seeds of Change
  3. Razzle Dazzle
  4. Sparkle Lights
  5. Mystic
  6. Piano / Drum Episode
  7. Gong Episode
  8. Rare Beauty
  9. Spirit Lake
  10. Tarrassa
  11. The Smiling Dog

On January 25, 2019.

On January 25, 2019, “Dine Alone” label released “Why You So Crazy”, the tenth Dandy Warhols studio album. It was recorded in 2018, and was produced by Courtney Taylor-Taylor, Brent DeBoer, Zia McCabe and Peter Holmstrom.

Personnel:

  • Courtney Taylor-Taylor – vocals, guitar, keyboards, percussion, mixing, cover photo
  • Zia McCabe – vocals, keyboards, percussion
  • Brent DeBoer – vocals, guitar, bass, drums
  • Peter Holmstrom – guitar, bass, keyboards
  • Thomas Lauderdale – piano
  • Hunter Noack – piano
  • Brandon Eggleston – engineer, mixing
  • Adam Ayan – mastering
  • Sean Gothman – layout, design
  • James Jean – design
  • Jacob Pander – back cover photo

Track listing:

All tracks by Courtney Taylor-Taylor.

  1. Fred’n’Ginger
  2. Terraform
  3. Highlife
  4. Be Alright
  5. Thee Elegant Bum
  6. Sins Are Forgiven
  7. Next Thing I Know
  8. Small Town Girls
  9. To the Church
  10. Motor City Steel
  11. Forever
  12. Ondine

On January 25, 2005.

On January 25, 2005, “InsideOut” label released “Octane”, the eighth Spock’s Beard studio album. It was recorded in 2005, and was produced by Nick D’Virgilio, Alan Morse, Ryo Okumoto and Dave Meros.

Personnel:

  • Nick D’Virgilio – lead vocals, drums, percussion, loops, acoustic and electric guitar
  • Alan Morse – guitar, theremin, saw, backing vocals
  • Ryo Okumoto – keyboards
  • Dave Meros – bass
  • Eric Gorfain – violin
  • Daphne Chen – violin
  • Leah Katz – viola
  • Richard Dodd – cello
  • Gina Ballina – French horn
  • Johnnie Corno – French horn
  • Ramón Flores – trumpet
  • Stan Ausmus – songwriting
  • John Boegehold – songwriting, string and horn arrangement
  • Rich Mouser – mixing
  • Jay Frigoletto – mastering
  • Thomas Ewerhard – artwork

Track listing:

  1. The Ballet of the Impact – Dave Meros, John Boegehold
  2. Prelude to the Past
  3. The Ultimate Quiet

III. A Blizzard of My Memories

  1. I Wouldn’t Let It Go – Alan Morse, John Boegenhold
  2. Surfing Down the Avalanche – Nick D’Virgilio, Dave Meros, John Boegehold
  3. She Is Everything – Dave Meros, John Boegehold
  4. Strange What You Remember
  5. Words of Forever
  6. Climbing Up That Hill – Dave Meros, John Boegehold
  7. Letting Go – Ryo Okumoto
  8. Of the Beauty of It All – Dave Meros, John Boegehold
  9. If I Could Paint a Picture

II.Into the Great Unknowable

  1. NWC – Nick D’Virgilio
  2. There Was a Time – Alan Morse, John Boegehold
  3. The Planet’s Hum – Nick D’Virgilio, Alan Morse, Stan Ausmus
  4. Watching the Tide – Nick D’Virgilio
  5. As Long as We Ride – Nick D’Virgilio, Alan Morse, John Boegehold

On January 25, 1994.

On January 25, 1994, “London” label released “Too High to Die”, the eighth Meat Puppets studio album. It was recorded in 1993, at “The Warehouse” in Memphis Tennessee, and was produced by Paul Leary, Derrick Bostrom, Cris Kirkwood and Curt Kirkwood.

Personnel:

  • Derrick Bostrom – drums, paintings
  • Cris Kirkwood – vocals, bass guitar, illustrations
  • Curt Kirkwood – vocals, guitar, paintings
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Dave Jerden – mixing
  • Paul Leary – mixing
  • Stuart Sullivan – engineer, mixing
  • Brad Vosburg – engineer
  • Josing Kiser – assistant
  • Michael Halsband – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Curt Kirkwood, except where noted.

  1. Violet Eyes
  2. Never to Be Found
  3. We Don’t Exist
  4. Severed Goddess Hand
  5. Flaming Heart
  6. Shine
  7. Station – Cris Kirkwood
  8. Roof with a Hole
  9. Backwater
  10. Things
  11. Why?
  12. Evil Love – Cris Kirkwood
  13. Comin’ Down – featuring hidden track “Lake of Fire”

On January 25, 1973.

On January 25, 1973, “Bearsville” in 1972, label released “A Woofer in Tweeter’s Clothing”, the second Sparks studio album. It was recorded at “ID Sound at La Brea” and “Walley Heider Studios” and was produced by Thaddeus James Lowe.

Personnel:

  • Russell Mael – vocals
  • Ron Mael – keyboards
  • Earle Mankey – guitar
  • Jim Mankey – bass
  • Harley Feinstein – drums

Track listing:

  1. Girl from Germany – Russell Mael, Ron Mael
  2. Beaver O’Lindy – Ron Mael, Russsell Mael, Earle Mankey, Jim Mankey, Harley Feinstein
  3. Nothing is Sacred – Ron Mael
  4. Here Comes Bob – Ron Mael, Russell Mael
  5. Moon Over Kentucky – lyrics by Jim Mankey, music by Ron Mael
  6. Do Re Mi – Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II
  7. Angus Desire – Ron Mael, Russell Mael
  8. Underground – Earle Mankey
  9. The Louvre – Ron Mael, French translation by Josée Becker
  10. Batteries Not Included – Ron Mael
  11. Whippings and Apologies – Ron Mael

 

On January 25, 2011.

On January 25, 2011, “Polyvinyl” label released “Deerhoof vs. Evil”, the tenth   Deerhoof studio album. It was recorded in 2010, and was produced by Greg Saunier, Satomi Matsuzaki, John Dieterich and Ed Rodríguez.

Personnel:

  • Greg Saunier– vocals, drums
  • Satomi Matsuzaki – vocals, bass
  • John Dieterich – guitar
  • Ed Rodríguez – guitar
  • Greg Saunier- mastering, mixing
  • Matthew Goldman – design, art direction
  • Sarah Cass – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Ed Rodriguez, Greg Saunier, John Dieterich, and Satomi Matsuzaki, except where noted.

  1. Qui Dorm, Només Somia
  2. Behold a Marvel in the Darkness
  3. The Merry Barracks
  4. No One Asked to Dance
  5. Let’s Dance the Jet – Mikis Theodorakis
  6. Super Duper Rescue Heads!
  7. Must Fight Current
  8. Secret Mobilization
  9. Hey I Can
  10. C’Moon
  11. I Did Crimes for You
  12. Almost Everyone, Almost Always

On January 25, 1993.

On January 25, 1993, “Food Records” label released “Perverse”, the third Jesus Jones studio album. It was recorded 1991 – 1992, in London, and was produced by Warne Livesey.

Personnel:

  1. Mike Edwards – vocals
  2. Iain Baker – keyboards
  3. Jerry De Borg – guitar
  4. Al Jaworski – bass
  5. Gen Mathews – drums
  6. Richard Norris, Warne Livesey – engineer
  7. Mike “Spike” Drake – mixing
  8. Stylorouge – art direction, design
  9. Takashi Homma – photography
  10. Simon Flower – band photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Mike Edwards, except where noted.

  1. Zeroes and Ones
  2. The Devil You Know – Mike Edwards, Henry Kriger
  3. Get a Good Thing
  4. From Love to War
  5. Yellow Brown
  6. Magazine
  7. The Right Decision
  8. Your Crusade
  9. Don’t Believe It
  10. Tongue Tied
  11. Spiral
  12. Idiot Stare