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On january 5, 1956.

On January 5, 1956, “Savoy” label released “Roll ‘Em Bags”, the fourth Milt Jackson album. It was recorded in January 1949 and January 1956, in New York City, and at “Van Gelder Studio” in Hackensack, New Jersey, and was produced by Ozzie Cadena.

Personnel:

  • Milt Jackson – vibes, piano
  • Kenny Dorham – trumpet
  • Julius Watkins – French horn
  • Billy Mitchell, Lucky Thompson – tenor saxophone
  • Wade Legge – piano
  • Wendell Marshall, Curly Russell – bass
  • Kenny Clarke – drums
  • Joe Harris – timbales

Track listing:

All tracks by Milt Jackson except where noted.

  1. Conglomeration
  2. Bruz
  3. You Go to My Head – J. Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie
  4. Roll ‘Em Bags
  5. Faultless
  6. Hey, Frenchy – Ozzie Cadena
  7. Come Rain or Come Shine – Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer
  8. Fred’s Mood
  9. Wild Man

On November 28, 2014.

On November 28, 2014, “ECM” label released “Souvenance”, the tenth Anouar Brahem album. It was recorded in May 2014, at “Auditorio Stello Molo RSI” in Lugano, Switzerland, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.

Personnel:

  • Anouar Brahem – oud
  • François Couturier – piano
  • Klaus Gesing – bass clarinet
  • Björn Meyer – bass
  • Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana – Pietro Mianiti

Track listing:

All tracks by Anouar Brahem.

  1. Improbable Day
  2. Ashen Sky
  3. Deliverance
  4. Souvenance
  5. Tunis at Dawn
  6. Youssef’s Song
  7. January
  8. Like a Dream
  9. On the Road
  10. Kasserine
  11. Nouvelle Vague

On November 14, 2008.

On November 14, 2008, “InsideOut” label released “Experiments in Mass Appeal”, the second Frost studio album. It was recorded January – August 2008, at “Cube”, and was produced by Jem Godfrey.

Personnel:

  • Jem Godfrey – vocals, keyboards, piano  
  • John Mitchell – vocals,electric guitars, violin
  • John Jowitt – bass guitar
  • Andy Edwards – drums
  • Declan “Dec” Burke – lead vocals, acoustic guitars

Track listing:

  1. .Experiments in Mass Appeal
  2. Welcome to Nowhere
  3. Pocket Sun
  4. Saline
  5. Dear Dead Days
  6. Falling Down
  7. You/I
  8. Toys
  9. Wonderland

On November 14, 2000.

On November 14, 2000, “Snapper” label released “Head First”, the tenth and final Badfinger studio album. It was recorded December 1974–January 1975, at “Apple Studios” in London, and was produced by Kenny Kerner and Richie Wise.

Personnel:

  • Pete Ham – vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Tom Evans – vocals, bass, synthesizer
  • Bob Jackson – vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Mike Gibbins – vocals, drums, percussion

Personnel

  1. Lay Me Down
  2. Turn Around
  3. Keep Believing
  4. Rockin’ Machine
  5. Passed Fast
  6. Saville Row
  7. Moonshine
  8. Rock and Roll Contract
  9. Back Again
  10. Hey, Mr. Manager

On November 2, 1970.

On November 2, 1970, “Atlantic” label released “The Art of the Improvisers”, the ninth Ornette Coleman album. It was recorded May – October 1959, July 1960, January – March 1961, and was produced by Nesuhi Ertegun.

Personnel:

  • Ornette Coleman — alto and tenor saxophone
  • Don Cherry — pocket trumpet; cornet
  • Charlie Haden — bass
  • Scott LaFaro — bass
  • Jimmy Garrison — bass
  • Billy Higgins — drums
  • Ed Blackwell — drums 

All tracks by Ornette Coleman.

  1. The Circle with a Hole in the Middle
  2. Just for You
  3. The Fifth of Beethoven
  4. The Alchemy of Scott LaFaro
  5. Moon Inhabitants
  6. The Legends of Bebop
  7. Harlem’s Manhattan

On October 31, 1995.

On October 31, 1995, “Acoustic Music” label released “Tone Poems 2”, an album by David Grisman and Martin Taylor. It was recorded in January 1995, at “Dawg Studios”, and was produced by David Grisman.

Personnel:

  • David Grisman – mandolin, mandola, mandocello, guitar, tenor guitar
  • Martin Taylor – guitar

Personnel:

  1. Swanee – George Gershwin, Irving Caesar
  2. Teasin’ the Frets – Nick Lucas
  3. It Had to Be You – Isham Jones, Gus Kahn
  4. Please – Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin
  5. Mood Indigo – Duke Ellington, Barney Bigard, Irving Mills
  6. Anything Goes – Cole Porter
  7. Blue Moon – Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
  8. Lulu’s Back In Town – Harry Warren, Al Dubin
  9. Tears – Stéphane Grappelli, Django Reinhardt
  10. Jeepers Creepers – Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer
  11. Over the Rainbow – Harold Arlen, E. Y. Harburg
  12. Musette for a Magpie – Martin Taylor
  13. Mairzy Doats – Milton Drake, Al Hoffman, Jerry Livingston
  14. Bésame Mucho – Consuelo Velázquez, Sunny Skylar
  15. Unforgettable – Irving Gordon
  16. Here’s That Rainy Day – Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke
  17. My Romance – Rodgers, Hart
  18. Out of Nowhere – Johnny Green, Edward Heyman
  19. Crystal Silence – Chick Corea, Neville Potter

On October 27, 2009.

On October 27, 2009, “Evil Teen Records” label released “By a Thread”, the ninth Gov’t Mule studio album. It was recorded in January 2009, at “Pedernales Studio” in Spicewood, TX, and was produced by Gordie Johnson and Warren Haynes.

Personnel:

  • Warren Haynes – vocals, guitar
  • Matt Abts – drums, percussion
  • Danny Louis – keyboards, rhythm guitar
  • Jorgen Carlsson – bass
  • Billy Gibbons – guitar
  • Andy Hess – bass guitar
  • Gordie Johnson – background vocals 

Track listing:

All tracks Warren Haynes, except where noted.

  1. Broke Down On the Brazos – Matt Abts, Jorgen Carlsson, Warren Haynes, Danny Louis
  2. Steppin’ Lightly – Matt Abts, Jorgen Carlsson, Warren Haynes, Danny Louis
  3. Railroad Boy – traditional, arranged by Matt Abts, Jorgen Carlsson, Warren Haynes, Danny Louis
  4. Monday Morning Meltdown
  5. Gordon James
  6. Any Open Window – Matt Abts, Jorgen Carlsson, Warren Haynes, Danny Louis
  7. Frozen Fear
  8. Forevermore
  9. Inside Outside Woman Blues #3
  10. Scenes From a Troubled Mind
  11. World Wake Up – Warren Haynes, Danny Louis

On October 27, 2003.

On October 27, 2003, “Action Records” label released “The Real New Fall LP (Formerly Country on the Click)”, the 23rd Fall studio album. It was recorded December 2002 – January 2003, at “Gracieland Studios” in Rochdale, and was produced by Mark E. Smith, Ben Pritchard, Jim Watts, Dave Milner, Elena Poulou, and Simon Archer.

Personnel:

  • Mark E. Smith – lead vocals
  • Ben Pritchard – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Jim Watts – bass guitar, guitar, keyboards, computer, backing vocals
  • Dave Milner – lead and backing vocals, drums
  • Elena Poulou – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Simon “Ding” Archer – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • S. Beswick – keyboards
  • Ed Blaney – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Green Eyed Loco-Man  – Mark E. Smith, Jim Watts
  2. Mountain Energei – Dave Milner, Mark E. Smith
  3. Theme From Sparta F.C. – Ben Pritchard, Mark E. Smith, Jim Watts
  4. Contraflow – Mark E. Smith, Jim Watts
  5. Last Commands of Xyralothep Via M.E.S. – Dave Milner, Mark E. Smith
  6. Open the Boxoctosis #2 – Mark E. Smith, Jim Watts
  7. Janet, Johnny + James – Ben Pritchard, Mark E. Smith
  8. The Past #2 – Mark E. Smith, Jim Watts
  9. Loop41 ‘Houston – Lee Hazlewood
  10. Mike’s Love Xexagon – Mark E. Smith, Jim Watts
  11. Proteinprotection – Dave Milner, Ben Pritchard, Mark E. Smith, Jim Watts
  12. Recovery Kit – Ben Pritchard, Mark E. Smith

On October 19, 1999.

On October 19, 1999, “ECM” label released “A Long Time Ago”, the 16th Kenny Wheeler album. It was recorded September 1997 – January 1998, at “Gateway Studio” in Kingston, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.

Personnel:

  • Kenny Wheeler – flugelhorn
  • John Taylor – piano
  • John Parricelli – guitar
  • Derek Watkins, John Barclay, Henry Lowther, Ian Hamer – trumpet
  • Pete Beachill, Mark Nightingale, Richard Edwards- trombone
  • Sarah Williams, Dave Stewart – bass trombone
  • Tony Faulkner – conductor

Track listing:

All tracks by Kenny Wheeler.

  1. The Long Time Ago Suite
  2. One Plus Three (Version 1)
  3. Ballad for a Dead Child
  4. Eight Plus Three / Alice My Dear
  5. Going for Baroque
  6. Gnu Suite
  7. One Plus Three (Version 2)

On October 19, 1956.

On October 19, 1956, “RCA Victor” label released “Elvis” (also known as Elvis Presley No. 2), the second Elvis Presley studio album. It was recorded January – September 1956, at “RCA Studio 1” in New York City, “Radio Recorders Studio 1” in Hollywood, and was produced by Steve Sholes.

Personnel:

  • Elvis Presley – vocals, acoustic guitar, piano
  • Scotty Moore – electric guitar
  • Shorty Long – piano
  • Gordon Stoker – piano
  • Bill Black – double bass
  • D. J. Fontana – drums
  • The Jordanaires – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Rip It Up – Robert Blackwell, John Marascalco
  2. Love Me – Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
  3. When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again – Gene Sullivan, Wiley Walker
  4. Long Tall Sally – Robert Blackwell, Enotris Johnson, Richard Penniman
  5. First in Line – Aaron Schroeder, Ben Weisman
  6. Paralyzed – Otis Blackwell, Elvis Presley
  7. So Glad You’re Mine – Arthur Crudup
  8. Old Shep – Red Foley
  9. Ready Teddy – Robert Blackwell, John Marascalo
  10. Any Place in Paradise – Joe Thomas
  11. How’s the World Treating You – Chet Atkins, Boudleaux Bryant
  12. How Do You Think I Feel – Webb Pierce, Wayne Walker