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In September 1969.

In September 1969, “Decca” label released “A Step Further”, the fourth Savoy Brown album. It was recorded in 1969 (track Savoy Brown Boogie was recorded live at “The Cooks Ferry Inn” in Edmonton, London, and was produced by Mike Vernon.


  • Chris Youlden – vocals
  • Kim Simmonds – guitar
  • Lonesome Dave – guitar
  • Bob Hall – piano
  • Tony Stevens – bass
  • Roger Earl – drums
  • Terry Noonan – arrangements
  • Mike Vernon – liner notes
  • Dave Grinsted – engineer
  • Colin Freeman, John Punter, Mike Mailes – assistant engineers
  • Terence Ibbott – photography

Track listing:

  1. Made Up My Mind – Chris Youlden
  2. Waiting in the Bamboo Grove – Kim Simmonds
  3. Life’s One Act Play – Chris Youlden
  4. I’m Tired – Chris Youlden
  5. Where Am I – Chris Youlden
  6. Savoy Brown Boogie – Kim Simmonds, Chris Youlden


  • Feel So Good – Chuck Willis
  • Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin On – Sunny David, Dave Williams
  • Little Queenie – Chuck Berry
  • Purple Haze – Jimi Hendrix
  • Hernando’s Hideaway – Richard Adler, Jerry Ross

On April 26, 2011.

On April 26, 2011, “Mascot Records” label released “Tha Funk Capital of the World”, the thirteenth Bootsy Collins studio album. It was recorded 2010 – 2011, at “Lench Mob Studios”, “The Terrordome”, “Bootzilla Re-Hab Center”, “Le Gonks West”, “Institute Of Audio Research”, and was produced by Bootsy Collins.


  • Bootsy Collins – rap, bass, guitar, keyboards, drums, drum programming, arranger, engineer
  • Adrian Hall, Bobby Womack, Candice Cheatham, Catfish Collins, Chrissy Dunn, George Clinton, Gibbor & Esther, Li’l Diamond, Linda Shider, Musiq Soul Child*, Nick Arnold, Olvido Ruiz, Pastor Cooper & Voices Of The Upper Room Choir, Penny Ford, Razzberry White, The Bootzilla Choir, Tony Wilson Aka Young James Brown, Zion Planet 10- vocals
  • Rev. Al Sharpton, Chuck D, Dr. Cornel West, Danny Ray, Faith Daniels, Ice Cube, Jimi Hendrix, Khrys Styles, Phil Ade, Samuel L. Jackson, Snoop Dogg, Tom Joyner, Xavier Styles – rap
  • Bela Fleck – banjo
  • Bucke thead, Catfish Collins, Garry Shider, Guitar Sallye, Ronni “Racket” Jennings*, Shawn Steele, Tamah – guitars
  • Bernie Worrell, Joel “Razor” Johnson*, Morris Mingo – keyboards
  • Dennis Chambers, Frankie “Kash” Waddy, Sheila E., Steve Jordan – drums
  • Fallou Sy, Mohamed Seck – percussion
  • Oui-Wey Collins – drum programming
  • Andrew Olson, Farnell Newton, Kyle Molitor, Michael Phillip – horns
  • Brian Hogg, Hal Melia, RandyVillars – saxophone
  • Fred Wesley, Marc Fields – trombone
  • Gary Winters, Mike Wade – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Casey-Driessen, Jerald Daemyon, Paul Patterson & The Bootzilla Orchestra – strings
  • Alex Fraser,  Charles Reynolds, Ouiwey, Tobe Donohue, Johnny “Juice” Rosado, Erik Zobler, Dave “Diz Mix” Lopez, Robert Musso – engineer
  • Roy Koch – design
  • David Carlo, Mark Alexander, Michael Weintrob – photography

Track listing:

  1. Spreading Hope Like Dope – Bootsy Collins
  2. Hip Hop @Funk U – Bootsy Collins, O. Jackson, Donald Moore, Snoop Doog, Bernie Worrell
  3. Mirrors Tell Lies – Bosty Collins, Ron Jennings
  4. JB-Still the Man – Bootsy Collins, Sally Dorsey, Tamah Dorsey, Rev. Al Sharpton
  5. Freedumb – Bootsy Collins, Dr. Cornel West
  6. After These Messages – Bootsy Collins, Frank Waddy, Samuel L. Jackson, Joel Johnson
  7. Kool Whip – Bootsy Collins, Phil Ade, Morris Mingo
  8. The Real Deal – Bootsy Collins, Candice Cheatham, Joel Johnson
  9. Don’t Take My Funk – Bootsy Collins, Catfish Collins, Bobby Womack
  10. If Looks Could Kill – Bootsy Collins, Pete Roberts
  11. Minds Under Construction – Bootsy Collins, Buckethead, Summer Hughes
  12. Siento Bombo – Bootsy Collins, William Johnson, Olvido Rutz
  13. Jazz Greats (tribute to Jazz) – Bootsy Collins, Ron carter, Johnny Davis, George Duke, Claude von Stroke
  14. Garry Shider Tribute – Bootsy Collins, George Clinton, Linda Shider
  15. Stars Have no Names – Bootsy Collins, Nick Arnold, Chrissy Dunn
  16. Chocolate Caramel Angel – Bootsy Collins, Ron Jennings
  17. Yummy, I Got the Munchies – Bootsy Collins, Musiq Soulchild, Razzberry White

On March 8, 2005.

On March 8, 2005, “Koch” label released “Silver Rain”, the sixth Marcus Miller studio album. It was recorded in 2004, at “Absolut Beats” in Dallas, TX, “Camel Island Studios” in Los Angeles, “Hannibal Studios” in Santa Monica, CA, “HIt Factory”, “The Dormitory” in New York City, “Vertical Sound Studios” in Nashville, TN, and was produced by Marcus Miller and David Isaac.


  • Marcus Miller – bass, acoustic bass, fretles bass, tambourine, organ, Fender Rhodes, synthesizers, piano, keyboards, bass clarinet, woodwind, drums, percussion, scratching, arranger, background vocals, engineer, executive producer, beat box, rhythm box, synthesizer strings, synthesizer orchestration, finger snapping, udu
  • Bruce Flowers – organ, Fender Rhodes, synthesizer bass
  • Bernard Wright – keyboards
  • Dean Brown – acoustic and electric guitar
  • Roger Byam – tenor saxophone
  • Patches Stewart – trumpet
  • Poogie Bell – drums
  • Macy Gray – vocals
  • Lalah Hathaway – vocals
  • Kenny Hicks – operatic tenor
  • Eric Clapton – vocals, guitar solo
  • Lucky Peterson – guitar
  • Gregoire Maret – harmonica
  • Kirk Whalum – tenor saxophone
  • Gerald Albright – alto saxophone
  • Kenny Garrett – alto saxophone
  • Ronald Bruner – drums
  • Craig J “The Count” – percussion
  • Munyungo Jackson – percussion
  • Jessica Celious – background vocals
  • Joey Kibble – background vocals
  • Mark Kibble – background vocals
  • Eartha Kitt – vocal sample
  • DJ Efx (Mocean Worker) – effects
  • Adam Dorn – engineer
  • Dropper – engineer
  • Takamasa Honda – engineer, mixing, technical supervisor
  • David Isaac – engineer, mixing
  • Dennis Thompson – engineer, mixing
  • Mark Kibble – engineer
  • Kaori Kinoshita – assistant engineer
  • Zach McNees – assistant engineer
  • Bryan Russell – assistant engineer
  • Dave Huston – assistant engineer
  • Goh Hotoda – mixing
  • Louie Teran – mastering
  • Jack Frisch – art direction, design, photography
  • Kumiko Higo – photography
  • Reuben Jackson – liner notes
  • Hank Martin – executive producer
  • Harold Goode – executive producer
  • Bibi Green – production coordination
  • Gretchen ONeal – coordination

Track listing:

All tracks by Marcus Miller, except where noted.

  1. Intro Duction
  2. Bruce Lee
  3. La Villette – Marcus Miller, Lalah Hathaway
  4. Behind the Smile
  5. Frankenstein – Edgar Winter
  6. Moonlight Sonata – Ludwig van Beethoven
  7. Boogie on Reggae Woman – Stevie Wonder
  8. Paris (Interlude)
  9. Silver Rain – Marcus Miller, Eric Clapton, Joey Kibble, Bill Withers
  10. Make Up My Mind
  11. Girls and Boys – Prince
  12. Sophisticated Lady – Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, Mitchell Parish
  13. Power of Soul – Jimi Hendrix
  14. Outro Duction
  15. If Only For One Night – Brenda Russell) – Silver Rain (reprise)

On March 7, 1971.

On March 7, 1971, Harold McNair died aged 39. He was musician (saxophone, flute), recorded and performed with many artists including Quincy Jones, Tony Crombie, Jack Costanzo,Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis, Jimi Hendrix, Philly Joe Jones, John Cameron, Blossom Dearie, Jon Hendricks, Ginger Baker’s Air Force, Ginger Baker’s Air Force (Polydor, 1970), with Steve Winwood, Phil Seamen, Johnny Harris, Donovan, The Picadilly Line, Lionel Bart, Steamhammer, Davy Graham, John Martyn, Don Partridge, Syd Dale, Brian Bennett, Kathe Green, Alun Ashworth Jones, Magna Carta, Marc Brierley, Nick Drake – Bryter Layter, CCS, Peter Collins, Peter Collins, Rosetta Hightower, Cressida, Caetano Veloso, Alexis Korner, Seven Ages of Man and Tim Hollier. As band leader he released ten albums.

On January 16, 1990.

On January 16, 1990, “Blackheart/CBS-Sony” labels released “The Hit List”, the seventh Joan Jett album. It was recorded 1986 – 1989, at “The Hit Factory” in New York City, and was produced by Kenny Laguna, Thom Panunzio, and Joan Jett. The album features covers of songs by other authors.


  • Joan Jett – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Ricky Byrd – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Kasim Sulton – bass, backing vocals
  • Thommy Price – drums
  • Sandy Gennaro – drums
  • Ray Davies, Peppy Castro – vocals, guitar
  • Ronnie Lawson – keyboards
  • Bashiri Johnson – percussion
  • Darlene Love, Chuck Kentis – backing vocals
  • Crispin Cioe – baritone saxophone
  • Robert Funk – trombone
  • Arno Hecht – tenor saxophone
  • Paul Litteral – trumpet
  • Kenny Laguna – various instruments, backing vocals
  • Thom Panunzio – engineer, mixing
  • Jay Healy – engineer, mixing
  • Tom Cadley, John Aiosa, Paul Logas – engineer
  • Tom Fritze, Rick Travali, Robert Smith, Michael Gilbert, Andrew Grassi – assistant engineer
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering

Track listing:

  1. Dirty Deeds – Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Bon Scott
  2. Love Hurts – Boudleaux Bryant
  3. Pretty Vacant – Paul Cook, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock, Johnny Rotten
  4. Celluloid Heroes – Ray Davies
  5. Tush – Billy Gibbons, Frank Beard, Dusty Hill
  6. Time Has Come Today – Joe Chambers, Willie Chambers
  7. Up from the Skies – Jimi Hendrix
  8. Have You Ever Seen the Rain – John Fogerty
  9. Love Me Two Times – Jim Morrison, Ray Manzarek, John Densmore, Robby Krieger
  10. Roadrunner USA – Jonathan Ritchman

On August 15, 1969.

On August 15, 1969, “Polydor” label released the self-titled, debut Fat Mattress album. It was recorded in 1969 and was produced by Neil Landon, Noel Redding, Jimmy Leverton, and Eric Dillon.


  • Neil Landon– vocals
  • Noel Redding– guitar, vocals
  • Jimmy Leverton– bass, vocals, harpsichord, organ
  • Eric Dillon – drums, tuned percussion
  • Mitch Mitchell– drums, percussion
  • Chris Wood– flute
  • Jimi Hendrix– percussion
  • George Chkiantz– engineering
  • Paragon Publicity – sleeve design
  • Gered Mankowitz– photography
  • Adrian Morgan – liner notes

Track listing:

  1. All Night Drinker – Neil Landon, Jim Leverton
  2. I Don’t Mind – Neil Landon, Noel Redding
  3. Bright New Way – Neil Landon, Jim Leverton
  4. Petrol Pump Assistant – Neil Landon, Noel Redding
  5. Moonshine – Neil Landon, Noel Redding
  6. Magic Forest – Neil Landon, Noel Redding
  7. She Came in the Morning – Neil Landon
  8. Everything’s Blue – Noel Redding
  9. Walking Through a Garden – Noel Redding
  10. How Can I Live – Neil Landon, Noel Redding

On July 21, 1972.

On July 21, 1972, “Mercury” label released “Never a Dull Moment”, the fourth Rod Stewart studio album. It was recorded March – May 1972, at “Morgan  Studios”, “Olympic Studios” in London, and was produced by Rod Stewart.


  • Rod Stewart– vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Ronnie Wood– electric guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar, pedal steel guitar, bass guitar
  • Ronnie Lane– bass guitar
  • Micky Waller– drums
  • Kenney Jones– drums
  • Ian McLagan– Hammond organ, piano
  • Neemoi “Speedy” Aquaye – congas
  • Pete Sears– piano, bass guitar
  • Brian – piano
  • Spike Heatley– upright bass
  • Dick Powell – violin
  • Martin Quittenton– acoustic guitar
  • Gordon Huntley – steel guitar
  • Lindsay Raymond Jackson– mandolin
  • Jimmy Horowitz – arrangeable

Track listing:

  1. True Blue – Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood
  2. Lost Paraguayos – Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood
  3. Mama, You Been on My Mind – Bob Dylan
  4. Italian Girls – Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood
  5. Angel – Jimi Hendrix
  6. Interluding – Art Wood
  7. You Wear It Well – Rod Stewart, Martin Quittenton
  8. I’d Rather Go Blind – Billy Foster, Ellington Jordan
  9. Twistin’ the Night Away – Sam Cooke

On July 20, 1977.

On July 20, 1977, Gary Kellgren died aged 38. He was an audio engineer and co-founder of “The Record Plant” recording studios (with Chris Stone). He worked with musicians John Lennon, Ringo Starr, George Harrison, Mick Jagger, Ron Wood, Bill Wyman, Jimi Hendrix, B.B. King, Bobby Goldsboro, The Animals, Stevie Wonder, Carole King, Frank Zappa, Sly, and the Family Stone, Velvet Underground, Rod Stewart, Ravi Shankar, Keith Moon, CSNY, Barbra Streisand, and Neil Diamond. He also worked with producers Chas Chandler, Jack Douglas, Robert Margouleff, Phil SpectorWes Farrell, Tom Wilson, and Bill Szymczyk.

On July 10, 2020.

On July 10, 2010, Fiona Adams died aged 84. She was a photographer, one of The Beatles most used photographers, author of the band’s memorable shot jumping off a Brick Wall on Euston Road in London, used on the front cover of the “Twist and Shout” EP.  Adams is also known by the photographs of other 60’s rock icons such as Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix.

On June 17, 2003.

On June 17, 2003, “Wincraft Music” label released “About Time”, the eighth Steve Winwood studio album. It was recorded in 2003, and was produced by Johnson Somerset and Steve Winwood.


  • Steve Winwood– vocals, Hammond B3 organ
  • José Pires de Almeida Neto– guitar
  • Walfredo Reyes, Jr.– drums, additional percussion
  • Karl Vanden Bossche – congas
  • Richard Bailey – timbales
  • Karl Denson– saxophone, flute
  • George Shilling – engineer
  • James Towler – engineer assistant, mixing
  • Tony Cousins – mastering
  • Bunt Stafford-Clark – mastering (bonus tracks)
  • Michael Rios – artwork
  • Gordon Jackson – photography
  • Andy Dutlinger, Mark Berger (Madison House Design) – CD booklet

Track listing:

  1. Different Light – Steve Winwood
  2. Cigano (For the Gypsies) – Steve Winwood, Jose Neto
  3. Take It to the Final Hour – Steve Winwood, Anthony Crawford
  4. Why Can’t We Live Together – Timmy Thomas
  5. Domingo Morning – Steve Winwood, José Pires de Almeida Neto
  6. Now That You’re Alive – Steve Winwood, Eugenia Winwood
  7. Bully – Steve Winwood, Eugenia Winwood
  8. Phoenix Rising – Steve Winwood, William Topley
  9. Horizon – Steve Winwood, Eugenia Winwood
  10. Walking On – Steve Winwood, Anthony Crawford
  11. Silvia (Who Is She?) – Steve Winwood, José Pires de AlmeidaNeto
  12. Dear Mr. Fantasy (Live) – Chris Wood, Steve Winwood
  13. Why Can’t We Live Together (Live) – Timmy Thomas
  14. Voodoo Chile – Jimi Hendrix