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On January 13, 2013.

On January 13, 2013, “Moonjune” label digitally released “Burden of Proof”, the sixth Soft Machine Legacy album. It was recorded in August 2012, at “Beppe Crovella”, “Electromantic Synergy Studio” in San Sabastiano da Po, Italy, and was produced by Theo Travis, John Etheridge, Roy Babbington, and John Marshall.


  • Theo Travis – tenor sax, flute, Fender Rhodes electric piano
  • John Etheridge – guitar
  • Roy Babbington – bass guitar
  • John Marshall – drums, percussion
  • Andrew Tulloch – mixing, mastering
  • Leonardo Pavkovic – executive producer

Track listing:

  1. Burden of Proof – John Etheridge
  2. Voyage Beyond Seven – Theo Travis
  3. Kitto – John Etheridge
  4. Pie Chart – John Etheridge
  5. JSP – John Marshall
  6. Kings & Queens – Hugh Hopper
  7. Fallout – Theo Travis
  8. Going Somewhere Canorous? – Roy Babbington, John Marshall
  9. Black and Crimson – Theo Travis
  10. The Brief – John Marshall – Theo Travis
  11. Pump Room – John Etheridge
  12. Green Cubes – Roy Babbington, John Etheridge, John Marshall, Theo Travis
  13. They Landed on a Hill – John Etheridge, Theo Travis

on October 11, 1994.

On October 11, 1994, “ECM” label released “Stranger than Fiction”, the 20th John Surman album. It was recorded in December 1993, at “Rainbow Studio” in Oslo, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.


  • John Surman – alto, soprano and baritone saxophone, alto and bass clarinet
  • John Taylor – piano
  • Chris Laurence – bass
  • John Marshall – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by John Surman except where noted.

  1. Canticle with Response
  2. A Distant Spring
  3. Tess
  4. Promising Horizons – John Marshall, John Surman, John Taylor
  5. Across the Bridge
  6. Moonshine Dancer
  7. Running Sands
  8. Triptych: Hidden Orchid/Synapsis/Paratactic Paths

On May 12, 1992.

On May 12, 1992, “Delirium” label released “On the Sunday of Life…”, the debut Porcupine Tree album. It compiles tracks that Steven Wilson recorded for two cassette-only releases, “Tarquin’s Seaweed Farm” (1989) and “The Nostalgia Factory” (1991). It was recorded 1988 – 1992, at “No Man’s Land” in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, UK, and was produced by Steven Wilson.


  1. Steven Wilson – vocals, various instruments
  2. John Marshall – drums
  3. Solomon St. Jemain – voice, additional guitar
  4. Master Timothy Masters – oboe

Track listing:

All music by Steven Wilson, all lyrics by Alan Duffy except where noted.

Part 1: First Love

  1. Music for the Head
  2. Jupiter Island
  3. Third Eye Surfer
  4. On the Sunday of Love…
  5. The Nostalgia Factory

Part 2: Second Sight

  1. Space Transmission
  2. Message from a Self – Destructing Turnip
  3. Radioactive Toy – lyrics by Steven Wilson
  4. Nine Cats

Part 3: Third Eye

  1. Hymn
  2. Footprints
  3. Linton Samuel Dawson
  4. And the Swallows Dance Above the Sun
  5. Queen Quotes Crowley

Part 4: Fourth Bridge

  1. No Luck With Rabbits
  2. Begonia Seduction Scene
  3. The Long Silence
  4. It Will Rain for a Million Years


On March 22, 1975.

On March 22, 1975, “Harvest” label released “Bundles”, the eighth Soft Machine  album. It was recorded in July 1974 at “CBS Whitfield St Studios” in London, and was produced by Roy Babbington, Allan Holdsworth, Karl Jenkins, John Marshall and Mike Ratledge.


  • Allan Holdsworth– acoustic, 12-string and electric guitars
  • Roy Babbington– bass guitar
  • Karl Jenkins– oboe, piano, electric piano, soprano saxophone
  • John Marshall– drums, percussion
  • Mike Ratledge– Lowrey Holiday Deluxe organ, Fender Rhodes electric piano, AKS synthesizer
  • Ray Warleigh– alto and bass flute

Track listing

All tracks by Karl Jenkins except where noted.

  1. Hazard Profile Part One
  2. Hazard Profile Part Two (Toccatina)
  3. Hazard Profile Part Three
  4. Hazard Profile Part Four
  5. Hazard Profile Part Five
  6. Gone Sailing – Allan Holdsworth
  7. Bundles
  8. Land of the Bag Snake – Allan Holdsworth
  9. The Man Who Waved at Trains – Mike Ratledge
  10. Peff – Mike Ratledge
  11. Four Gongs Two Drums – John Marshall
  12. The Floating World

On June 14, 1994.

On June 14, 1994, “Blackheart” / “Warner Bros” labels released “Pure and Simple”, the ninth Joan Jett and the Blackhearts studio album. It was recorded in 1994, at “The Hit Factory” in New York City, “Studio Works 11”, “Music Palace” in New York,
“Armoury Studios” in Vancouver, Canada, “Bad Animals Studio” in Seattle, Washington, “Indigo Ranch” in Malibu, California, and was produced by Kenny Laguna, Thom Panunzio, Ed Stasium, Desmond Child, Jim Vallance and Joan Jett.


  • Joan Jett– lead vocals, guitars
  • Tony “Bruno” Rey- lead guitars
  • Kenny Aaronson- bass
  • Thommy Price– drums
  • Ricky Byrd, John Marshall, Billy Karren, Blake Brocksmith – guitar
  • Mike Howe, Kathleen Hanna– vocals
  • Chuck Kentis – keyboards
  • Arno Hecht – saxophone
  • Thom Panunzio- engineer, mixing
  • John Aiosa – engineer, digital editing
  • Lance Clark – digital editing
  • Carl Glanville, Lee Anthony, Tim Donovan, Mike Thompson, Neil Perry, Danny Kadar, Adam Kasper, Delwyn Brooks, Chuck Johnson – assistant engineers
  • Bob Ludwig- mastering

Track listing:

  1. Go Home – Joan Jett, Kathleen Hanna
  2. Eye to Eye – Joan Jett, Jim Vallance, Kenny Laguna
  3. Spinster – Joan Jett, Kathleen Hanna
  4. Torture – Joan Jett, Jim Vallance, Kenny Laguna
  5. Rubber & Glue – Joan Jett, Kathleen Hanna
  6. As I Am – Joan Jett, Desmond Child
  7. Activity Grrrl – Joan Jett, Kathleen Hanna
  8. Insecure – Joan Jett, Jim Vallance, Kenny Laguna
  9. Wonderin’ – Joan Jett, Jim Vallance, Kenny Laguna
  10. Consumed – Joan Jett, Thommy Price
  11. You Got a Problem – Joan Jett, Desmond Child, Kathleen Hanna
  12. Brighter Day – Joan Jett, Desmond Child

In July 1971.

In July 1971, “Polydor” label released “Harmony Row”, the third Jack Bruce studio album. It was recorded October 1969 at “Morgan Studios” in London, January 1971 at “Command Studios” in London, and was produced by Jack Bruce. The album title is from a tenement street in Glasgow, near where Jack Bruce grew up.


  • Jack Bruce– vocals, bass guitar, guitar, piano, cello, keyboards, arranger
  • Chris Spedding– guitar
  • John Marshall– drums
  • Andy Johns– engineer
  • Barry Ainsworth – engineer

Track listing:

All lyrics by Peter Brown, all music by Jack Bruce.

  1. Can You Follow?
  2. Escape to the Royal Wood (On Ice)
  3. You Burned the Tables on Me
  4. There’s a Forest
  5. Morning Story
  6. Folk Song
  7. Smiles and Grins
  8. Post War
  9. A Letter of Thanks
  10. Victoria Sage
  11. The Consul at Sunset


In June 1976.

In June 1976, “Harvest” label released “Softs”, the ninth Soft Machine studio album. It was recorded January – March 1976, at at “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by Roy Babbington, John Etheridge, John Marshall, Alan Wakeman and Karl Jenkins.


  • Roy Babbington– bass guitar
  • John Etheridge– acoustic and electric guitars
  • John Marshall– drums, percussion
  • Alan Wakeman– soprano and tenor saxophones
  • Karl Jenkins– piano, electric piano, pianette, string and Mini-Moog synthesizers, orchestrations
  • Mike Ratledge– synthesizer

Track listing:

All tracks by Karl Jenkins except where noted.

  1. Aubade
  2. The Tale ofTaliesin
  3. Ban-BanCaliban
  4. Song ofAeolus
  5. Out of Season
  6. Second Bundle
  7. Kayoo – John Marshall
  8. The Camden Tandem – John Etheridge, John Marshall
  9. Nexus
  10. One Over the Eight – Karl Jenkins, John Marshall, John Etheridge,Alan Wakeman,Roy Babbington
  11. Etika – John Etheridge

On August 29, 1969.


On August 29, 1969, “Polydor” label released “Song for a Tailor”, the debut Jack Bruce studio debut. It was recorded April – May, 1969, and was produced by Felix Pappalardi.


  • Jack Bruce– lead and backing vocals, bass, organ, piano, acoustic guitar, cello
  • George Harrison– guitar
  • Dick Heckstall-Smith– tenor and soprano saxophones
  • Jon Hiseman– drums
  • Henry Lowther,  Harry Beckett – trumpet
  • John Marshall– drums
  • John Mumford – trombone
  • Felix Pappalardi– percussion, additional vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Chris Spedding– electric guitar
  • Art Themen– tenor and soprano saxophone

Track listing:

All lyrics by Peter Brown, all music by Jack Bruce.

  1. Never Tell Your Mother She’s Out of Tune
  2. Theme for an Imaginary Western
  3. Tickets to Water Falls
  4. Weird of Hermiston
  5. Rope Ladder to the Moon
  6. The Ministry of Bag
  7. He the Richmond
  8. Boston Ball Game 1967
  9. To Isengard
  10. The Clearout