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On January 27, 2015.

On January 27, 2015, “Spacebomb Records”, “Startime International” labels released the self-titled, debut Natalie Prass album. It was recorded in 2012, and was produced by Matthew E. White and Trey Pollard.

Personnel:

  • Natalie Prass – vocals
  • Matthew E. White – guitar, arranger
  • Daniel Clarke – piano
  • Cameron Ralston – bass, double bass
  • Bob Miller – trumpet
  • Marcus Tenney – trumpet
  • Jason Scott – tenor saxophone
  • John Lilley – tenor saxophone
  • Bryan Hooten – trombone
  • Reginald Pace – trombone
  • Reginald Chapman – bass trombone
  • Jason Scott – clarinet, tenor saxophone, flute
  • John Lilley – clarinet, tenor saxophone
  • Venessa Lopez – flute
  • Lauren Serpa – flute
  • Marcus Redden – French horn
  • Anna Bishop – violin
  • Faith Hofma – violin
  • Jessica Blanks – violin
  • Katie Wooldridge – violin
  • Melissa Sunderland Jones – violin
  • Garrett Pederson – viola 
  • Matt Jewell – viola
  • Amber Blankenship – cello 
  • Naomi Steckman – cello  
  • Stephanie Barrett – cello
  • Keety Dolfe – harp 
  • Matt Coyle – vibraphone
  • Pinson Chanselle – drums, percussion
  • Giustino Riccio – congas
  • Trey Pollard – pedal steel guitar, arranger, conductor, engineer, mixing
  • Gene Paul – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Natalie Prass.

  1. My Baby Don’t Understand Me
  2. Bird of Prey
  3. Your Fool
  4. Christy
  5. Why Don’t You Believe in Me
  6. Violently
  7. Never Over You
  8. Reprise
  9. It Is You

On January 27, 2004.

On January 27, 2004, “Duophonic” label released “Margerine Eclipse”, the eighth Stereolab studio album. It was recorded in 2003, at “Instant Zero” in Bordeaux, France.

Personnel:

  • Lætitia Sadier – vocals, trombone, mixing
  • Tim Gane – electric guitar, electronics, Occ. organ, mixing
  • Dominic Jeffery – organ, electric piano, harpsichord, celeste, mixing
  • Simon Johns – bass, drums, mixing
  • Andy Ramsay – drums, drum machine, mixing
  • Fulton Dingley – drum machine, synthesizer, percussion
  • Sean O’Hagan – keyboards, acoustic and electric guitar
  • Jan St. Werner – “insect orchestra”
  • Fulton Dingley – engineering, mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Tim Gane and Lætitia Sadier.

  1. Vonal Declosion
  2. Need to Be
  3. …Sudden Stars
  4. Cosmic Country Noir
  5. La Demeure
  6. Margerine Rock
  7. The Man with 100 Cells
  8. Margerine Melodie
  9. Hillbilly Motobike
  10. Feel and Triple
  11. Bop Scotch
  12. Dear Marge

on January 27, 2004.

On January 27, 2004, “Drag City” label released “Hypnotic Underworld”, the seventh Ghost album. It was recorded in July 2003, and was produced by Taishi Takizawa.

Personnel:

  • Masaki Batoh – vocals, acoustic guitar, 12-string acoustic guitar
  • Michio Kurihara – electric guitar
  • Takuyuki Moriya – electric bass, double bass, cello
  • Kazuo Ogino – organ, piano, lute, mellotron, Korg synthesizer, Celtic harp
  • Taishi Takizawa – bouzouki, flute, saxophone, theremin, tin whistle
  • Junzo Tatewia – percussion, drums
  • Masaki Hayashi – engineer
  • Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi – artwork
  • Dan Osborn – cover layout
  • Kazuo Ogino – photography
  • Keiko Yoshida – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Masaki Batoh, Michio Kurihara, Takuyuki Moriya, Kazuo Ogino, Taishi Takizawa and Junzo Tatewia, except where noted.

  1. Hypnotic Underworld
  2. I. God Took a Picture of His Illness on This Ground
  3. II. Escaped and Lost Down in Medina
  4. III. Aramaic Barbarous Dawn
  5. IV. Leave the World
  • Hazy Paradise – Chris Koerts
  • Kiseichukan Nite
  • Piper
  • Ganagmanag
  • Feed
  • Holy High
  • Dominoes/Celebration for the Gray Days – Syd Barrett, Masaki Batoh, Michio Kurihara, Takuyuki Moriya, Kazuo Ogino, Taishi Takizawa, Junzo Tatewia

On January 27, 1997.

On January 27, 1997, “Sony Soho Square” label released “Glow”, the second Reef studio album. It was recorded April – September 1996, and was George Drakoulias, Gary Stringer, Kenwyn House, Jack Bessant and Dominic Greensmith.

Personnel:

  • Gary Stringer – vocals
  • Kenwyn House – guitar
  • Jack Bessant – bass
  • Dominic Greensmith – drums
  • Benmont Tench – keyboards
  • Chris Trujillo – percussion
  • Jim Scott – recording
  • Richard Digby Smith – recording, mixing
  • Sylvia Massy – mixing
  • Stephen Marcussen – mastering

Track listing:

All lyrics by Gary Stringer; all music by Gary Stringer, Kenwyn House, Jack Bessant and Dominic Greensmith.

  1. Place Your Hands
  2. I Would Have Left You
  3. Summer’s in Bloom
  4. Lately Stomping
  5. Consideration
  6. Don’t You Like It?
  7. Come Back Brighter
  8. Higher Vibration
  9. I’m Not Scared
  10. Robot Riff
  11. Yer Old
  12. Lullaby

On January 27, 2017.

On January 27, 2017, “Nonesuch” label released “Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau”, album by Chris Thile and Brad Mehldau. It was recorded December 30, 2015 – January 2–3, 2016, at “Avatar Studios’ in New York City, and was produced by Chris Thile and Brad Mehldau.

Personnel:

  • Chris Thile– vocals, mandolin
  • Brad Mehldau– vocals, piano

Track listing:

  1. The Old Shade Tree – Brad Mehldau, Chris Thile
  2. Tallahassee Junction – Brad Mehldau
  3. Scarlet Town – David Rawlings, Gillian Welch
  4. I Cover the Waterfront – Johnny Green, Edward Heyman
  5. Independence Day – Elliott Smith
  6. Noise Machine – Chris Thile
  7. The Watcher – Brad Mehldau
  8. Daughter of Eve – Chris Thile
  9. Marcie – Joni Mitchell
  10. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right – Bob Dylan
  11. Tabhair dom do Lámh – Ruaidri Dáll Ó Catháin
  12. Fast As You Can – Fiona Apple

On January 27, 2012.

On January 27, 2012, “ECM” label released “The Well”, the fifth Tord Gustavsen album. It was recorded in February 2011, in “Rainbow Studio” in Oslo, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.

Personnel:

  • Tord Gustavsen– piano
  • Tore Brunborg– tenor saxophone
  • Mats Eilertsen– double bass
  • Jarle Vespestad– drums

Track listing:

All track by Tord Gustavsen.

  1. Prelude
  2. Playing
  3. Suite
  4. Communion
  5. Circling
  6. Glasgow Intro
  7. On Every Corner
  8. The Well
  9. Communion, Var.
  10. Intuition
  11. Inside

 

On January 27, 2009.

On January 27, 2009, “Tzadik” label released “Secrets”, the fifth Mark Feldman album. It was recorded in January 2008, at “East Side Sound” in New York City, and was produced by Daniel Zamir and John Zorn.

Personnel:

  • Mark Feldman- violin
  • Uri Caine- piano
  • Greg Cohen- bass
  • Joey Baron- drums

Track listing:

All tracks traditional nigunim of the Lubavitch, Satmar, Bobov and Modzitzer Hassidim

  1. Lubavitcher Nigun
  2. Avinu Malkenu
  3. Chabad Nigun
  4. Z’chor Dovon
  5. Satmar Rikud
  6. Bobover Nigun
  7. Kel Adon
  8. Z’chor Hashem
  9. Moditzer Nigun

 

On January 27, 1998.

On January 27, 1998, “Sugar Free” label released “Skull Orchard”, the debut Jon Langford album.

Personnel:

  • Jon Langford– vocals, etching, guitar
  • Alan Doughty– vocals, bass guitar
  • Mark Durante– guitar
  • Fred Armisen- percussion
  • Jane Baxter-Miller – vocals
  • Rico Bell – accordion
  • Tracy Dear – mandolin
  • Lu Edmonds– vocals
  • Edith Frost– vocals
  • Steve Goulding– drums
  • John Hiatt– vocals
  • Paul Mertens – brass, flute, baritone sax, overdubs
  • Tom Ray- ukulele
  • John Rice – fiddle
  • Dean Schlabowske – vocals
  • Mike Hagler – engineer, recording
  • Ken Sluiter – engineer, mastering, mixing, recorder
  • Casey Orr – photography
  • Marty Perez – photography
  • Mark Price – translation

Track listing:

All tracks by Jon Langford.

  1. Tubby Brothers
  2. Penny Arcades
  3. Butter Song
  4. Sentimental Marching Song
  5. Youghal
  6. Trapdoor
  7. Inside the Whale
  8. I Am the Law
  9. Pill Sailor
  10. The Last Count
  11. My Own Worst Enemy
  12. Untitled Track
  13. I’m Stopping This Train
  14. Deep Sea Diver
  15. Tom Jones Levitation

 

On January 27, 1992.

On January 27, 1992, “4AD” label released “Spooky”, the second Lush studio album. It was recorded July – October, 1991, at “September Sound” in London, and was produced by Robin Guthrie.

Personnel:

  • Miki Berenyi– vocals, guitar
  • Emma Anderson– vocals, guitar
  • Steve Rippon – bass
  • Chris Acland– drums

Track listing:

  1. Stray – Miki Berenyi
  2. Nothing Natural – Emma Anderson
  3. Tiny Smiles – Emma Anderson, Miki Berenyi
  4. Covert – Miki Berenyi
  5. Ocean – Miki Berenyi
  6. For Love – Miki Berenyi
  7. Superblast! – Emma Anderson
  8. Untogether – Miki Berenyi
  9. Fantasy – Emma Anderson
  10. Take – Miki Berenyi
  11. Laura – Emma Anderson
  12. Monochrome – Emma Anderson

On January 27, 1984.

On January 27, 1984, “Polydor” label released “4,000 Weeks’ Holiday”, album by Ian Dury & The Music Students. It was recorded in 1983, and was produced by Adam Kidron.

Personnel:

  • Ian Dury– vocals (credited by the pseudonym ‘D. Poundcake’)
  • Michael McEvoy;– bass, keyboards, synthesizers, brass arranger
  • Merlin Rhys-Jones – guitar
  • Tag Lamche – drums
  • Ray Cooper– percussion
  • Jamie Talbot– saxophones
  • Steve Sidwell– trumpet, clarinet
  • Neil Sidwell – trombone
  • Geoff Castle – synthesisers
  • Chaz Jankel– lead guitar
  • Ed Speight – lead guitar
  • Chris Taylor – drums
  • Rico Rodriguez– trombone
  • Davey Payne– saxophones
  • Jackie Challenor, Lorenza Johnson, Mae McKenna, Humphrey Dorsett, Andy Fairweather-Low- backing vocals
  • Alan Douglas – engineer
  • Keith Nixon – assistant engineer
  • Barney Bubbles- design

Track listing:

  1. (You’re My) Inspiration – Ian Dury, Michael McEvoy
  2. Friends – Ian Dury, Russell Hardy
  3. Tell Your Daddy – Ian Dury, Roderick Melvin
  4. Peter the Painter – Ian Dury, Michael McEvoy
  5. Ban the Bomb – Ian Dury, Russell Hardy
  6. Percy the Poet – Ian Dury, Michael McEvoy
  7. Very Personal – Ian Dury, Russell Hardy
  8. Take Me To The Cleaners – Ian Dury, Michael McEvoy
  9. The Man With No Face – Ian Dury, Russell Hardy
  10. Really Glad You Came – Ian Dury, Michael McEvoy