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On February 28, 2020.

On February 28, 2020, “Fantasy” label released “American Standard”, the twentieth James Taylor studio album. It was recorded at “The Barn” in Washington, MA, “United Recording Studios” in Hollywood, “Capitol Studios” in Los Angeles, “Treasure Isle Studios” and “Blackbird Studios” in Nashville, TN, and was produced by Dave O’Donnell, John Pizzarelli and James Taylor. “American Standard” won “Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album” at the 63rd “Annual Grammy Awards”.

Personnel:

  • James Taylor – vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Kate Markowitz – vocals
  • Arnold McCuller – vocals
  • Caroline Taylor – vocals
  • John Pizzarelli – rhythm guitar
  • Michael Landau – lead guitar
  • Larry Goldings – piano, keyboards
  • Jimmy Johnson – bass
  • Viktor Krauss – double bass
  • Steve Gadd – drums
  • Luis Conte – percussion
  • Dorian Holley – vocals
  • Louis Marini, Jr. – saxophones, flute, clarinet
  • Walter Fowler – trumpets, flügelhorn
  • Andrea Zonn – vocals, violin
  • Stuart Duncan – violin
  • Jerry Douglas – dobro, engineer
  • Ted Jensen – mastering
  • Justin Shturtz – mastering assistant

Track listing:

  1. My Blue Heaven – Walter Donaldson, George A. Whiting
  2. Moon River – Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer
  3. Teach Me Tonight – Gene de Paul,, Sammy Cahn
  4. As Easy as Rolling Off a Log – M.K. Jerome, Jack Scholl
  5. Almost Like Being in Love – Frederick Loewe, Alan Jay Lerner
  6. Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat – Frank Loesser
  7. The Nearness of You – Hoagy Carmichael, Ned Washington
  8. You’ve Got to be carefully Taught – Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II
  9. God Bless the Child – Billie Holiday, Arthur Herzog Jr.
  10. Pennies from Heaven – Arthur Johnston, Johnny Burke
  11. My Heart Stood Still – Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
  12. Ol’ Man River – Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II
  13.  It’s Only a Paper Moon – Harold Arlen, Yip Harburg, Billy Rose
  14. The Surrey with the Fringe on Top – Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II

In January 1972.

In January 1972, “Warner Bros” label released the self-titled, debu t Malo album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Pacific Recording Studios” in San Mateo, California, and was produced by David Rubinson.

Personnel:

  • Arcelio García, Jr. – lead vocals, percussion
  • Jorge Santana – guitar
  • Abel Zarate – vocals, guitar
  • Richard Kermode – keyboards, electric piano, Hammond organ, piano
  • Pablo Tellez – bass guitar, percussion
  • Richard Spremich – drums, percussion
  • Coke Escovedo – timbales, percussion
  • Victor Pantoja – conga, bongos, percussion
  • Richard Bean – vocals, percussion, timbales
  • Luis Gasca – vocals, trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Roy Murray – flute, trombone, trumpet, soprano sax
  • David Rubinson – engineer, mixing
  • Fred Catero, Jeremy Zatkin – assistant engineer
  • Chris Whorf – art direction
  • John & Barbara Casado – design
  • Jesus Helguera – front cover
  • Victor Alemán – photography

Track listing:

  1. Pana – Arcelio García, Jr., Abel Zarate
  2. Just Say Goodbye – Rodgers Grant, Luis Gasca
  3. Café – Arcelio García, Jorge Santana, Jr., Pablo Tellez
  4. Nena – Arcelio García, Jr., Pablo Tellez, Abel Zarate
  5. Suavecito – Richard Bean, Pablo Tellez, Abel Zarate
  6. Peace – Arcelio Garcia, Jr., Pablo Tellez, Ismael Versoza, Abel Zarate

In November 1981.

In November 1981, “Mercury” label released “Nightcruising”, the twelve Bar Kays (The) album. It was recorded in 1981, at “Ardent Recording Studios” in Memphis, Tennessee, and was produced by Allen Jones.

Personnel:

Personnel:

  • James Alexander – vocals, bass
  • Larry Dodson – vocals
  • Mark Bynum – vocals, keyboard
  • Winston Stewart – keyboards
  • Lloyd Smith – guitar
  • Michael Toles – guitar
  • Charles Allen – vocals, trumpet
  • Benjamin Cauley – trumpet
  • Harvey Henderson – saxophone
  • Frank Thompson – trombone
  • Bryan Smith – bass
  • Michael Beard – drums
  • Sherman Guy – vocals, percussion
  • Mervell Thomas – arranger
  • Henry Bush – engineer
  • Allen Jones – engineer, cover concept
  • Bernie Grundman – engineer
  • Mike McCarty – art direction
  • Tom Hill – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by James Alexander, Larry Dodson, Mark Bynum, Winston Stewart, Lloyd Smith, Charles Allen, Benjamin Cauley, Harvey Henderson, Frank Thompson, Bryan Smith, Michael Beard, Sherman Guy and Allen Jones, except where noted.

  1. Nightcruising
  2. Hit and Run
  3. Feels Like I’m Falling in Love
  4. Freaky Behavior – Allen Jones, Howard Redmond, Jr.
  5. Touch Tone
  6. Unforgettable Dream
  7. Traffic Jammer
  8. Backseat Driver

On September 21, 1990.

On September 21, 1990, “Absolute A Go Go Records” label released “Lawn Boy”, the second Phish album. It was recorded May – December 1989, at “Archer Studios” in Winooski, Vermont, and was produced by Trey Anastasio, Page McConnell, Mike Gordon and Jon Fishman.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio – lead vocals, guitars, arranger
  • Page McConnell – lead and backing vocals, piano, organ
  • Mike Gordon – co-lead and backing vocals, bass guitar
  • Jon Fishman – drums, vacuum cleaner, backing vocals
  • Giant Country Horns:
  • Joseph Sommerville, Jr. – trumpet
  • Dave “The Truth” Grippo – alto saxophone
  • Russell B. Remington – tenor saxophone
  • Christine Lynch – vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Trey Anastasio and Tom Marshall, except where noted.

  1. The Squirting Coil
  2. Reba – Trey Anastasio
  3. My Sweet One – Jon Fishman
  4. Split Open and Melt – Trey Anastasio
  5. The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony – Trey Anastasio
  6. Bathtub Gin – Trey Anastasio, Suzannah Goodman
  7. Run Like an Antilope – Trey Anastasio, Steve Pollak
  8. Lawn Boy
  9. Bouncing Around the Room

On August 11, 1998.

On August 11, 1998, “Black Top” label released “Roll Over, Baby”, the fifth Guitar Shorty studio album. The album was recorded in April and May 1998 and was produced by Hammond Scott and Nauman S. Scott.

Personnel:

  • Guitar Shorty (David William Kearney) – vocal, guitar
  • David Torkanowsky – piano, Hammond organ
  • Ernest Youngblood, Jr. – tenor saxophone 
  • Mark “Kaz” Kazanoff – baritone and tenor saxophone
  • Jamil Sharif, Gary Slechta – trumpet
  • Rick Trolsen – trombone
  • Lee Allen Zeno – bass, associate producer
  • Kenneth Blevins, Shannon Powell, Danny Pucillo Quartet – drums, percussion
  • David Farrell, Steve Reynolds – engineer, editing, mixing, sequencing
  • Blake Thompson — production assistant
  • Rick Olivier — photography
  • Hammond Scott — editing, mixing, sequencing
  • Diane Wanek — design
  • Heather West — production coordination
  • Nauman S. Scott — executive producer

Track listing:

  1. I Want to Report a Crime – Williams
  2. Roll Over Baby – David William Kearney, Hammond Scott
  3. Sugar Wugar – David William Kearney, Hammond Scott
  4. Don’t Mess with My Woman – David William Kearney
  5. Me and You Last Night – Williams
  6. Let’s Get Close – David William Kearney
  7. I Wonder Who’s Sleeping in My Bed – David William Kearney
  8. The Porkchop Song – Williams
  9. I’m Going Back to Houston – David William Kearney
  10. Hey Joe – Roberts

In July 1975.

In July 1975, “Columbia” label released “Liquid Love”, the 32nd Freddie Hubbard album. It was recorded March – April 1975, at “Wally Heider Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Freddie Hubbard.

Personnel:

  • Freddie Hubbard – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • George Cables – keyboards
  • Ian Underwood – Moog synthesizer
  • Ray Parker, Jr. – guitar
  • Johnny “Guitar” Watson – guitar 
  • Henry Franklin – bass
  • Chuck Rainey – Fender bass
  • Carl Burnett – drums
  • Spider Webb – drums
  • Myuto Correa – percussion
  • Buck Clark – congas, cowbell
  • Al Hall, Jr. – trombone
  • Carl Randall, Jr. – tenor saxophone, flute
  • Fundi – sound consultant

Track listing:

All tracks by Freddie Hubbard, except where noted.

  1. Midnight at the Oasis – David Nichtern
  2. Put it in the Pocket
  3. Lost Dreams – George Cables
  4. Liquid Love
  5. Yesterday’s Thoughts – Benny Golson
  6. Kuntu

On July 2, 1996.

On July 2, 1996, “Interscope” label released “It’s Martini Time”, the fourth Reverend Horton Heat (The) album. It was recorded 1995 – 1996, at “Crystal Clear Studios” in Dallas, Texas, “The Village Recorder” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Thom Panunzio.

Personnel:

  • Jim “Reverend Horton” Heath – vocals, guitar
  • Jimbo Wallace – vocals, upright bass, fiddle
  • Scott Churilla – vocals, drums, percussion
  • Tim Alexander – piano, organ, accordion
  • Dan Phillips – steel guitar
  • Billy Pitman – guitar
  • Jim Lehnert – tenor sax, baritone sax
  • Gary Sweet – trumpet
  • Erik Swanson – trombone
  • Thom Panunzio – engineer, mixing
  • Keith Rust – assistant engineer, mixing
  • Terry Slemmons – assistant engineer
  • David Nottingham – assistant mixer
  • Chris Shaw – mixing
  • Robert Vosgien – mastering
  • Tony Ferguson – A&R
  • Unleashed – art direction
  • Richard Lee Smith, Jr. – additional illustration
  • Jennifer Broussard – photography
  • Marina Chavez – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Jim Heath except where noted.

  1. Big Red Rocket of Love
  2. Slow
  3. It’s Martini Time
  4. Generation Why
  5. Slingshot – Jim Heath, Jimbo Wallace, Scott Churilla
  6. Time to Pray
  7. Crooked Cigarette
  8. Rock the Joint – Crafton, Keene, Bagby
  9. Cowboy Love
  10. Now, Right Now
  11. Spell On Me
  12. Or Is It Just Me
  13. Forbidden Jungle
  14. That’s Showbiz

On May 30, 1979.

On May 30, 1979, “A&M” label released “Where I Should Be”, the sixth Peter Frampton studio album. It was recorded November 1978 – May 1979, at “The Record Plant” in New York City, and was produced by Peter Frampton.

Personnel:

  • Peter Frampton – vocals, guitars, keyboards
  • Steve Cropper – guitar
  • Bob Mayo – keyboards
  • Eddie N. Watkins, Jr. – bass
  • Stanley Sheldon – bass
  • Donald Dunn – bass
  • Tower of Power – horn section
  • Gary Mallaber – drums
  • Jamie Oldaker – drums
  • Steve Forman – percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Peter Frampton, except where noted.

  1. I Can’t Stand It No More
  2. Got My Feet Back on the Ground – Peter Frampton, Rodney Eckerman
  3. Where I Should Be (Monkey Song)
  4. Everything I Need – Peter Frampton, Bob Mayo
  5. May I Baby – Isaac Hayes, David Porter
  6. You Don’t Know Like I Know – Isaac Hayes, David Porter
  7. She Don’t Reply
  8. We’ve Just Begun – Peter Frampton, Bob Mayo
  9. It’s a Sad Affair

On September 16, 1997.

On September 16, 1997, “Cuneiform” label released “The Devouring”, the seventh Djam Karet studio album. It was recorded March 1996 – March 1997 and was produced by Gayle Ellett, Chuck Oken Jr., and Henry J. Osborne.

Personnel:

  • Gayle Ellett – electric, 12-string acoustic, and 24-string steel acoustic guitar, koto, guitar synthesizer,  keyboards,  organ, mellotron, sampler, theremin, electronics, percussion
  • Chuck Oken, Jr. – drums, percussion, keyboards
  • Henry J. Osborne – bass guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, keyboards, percussion
  • Judy Garp – violin
  • Mike Henderson – electric and 12-string electric guitar
  • Dave Druse – cover art

Track listing:

All tracks by Gayle Ellet, Chuck Oken Jr, Henry J. Osborne, and Mike Henderson.

  1. Night of the Mexican Goat Sucker
  2. Forbidden by Rule
  3. Lost, But Not Forgotten
  4. Lights Over Roswell
  5. Myth of a White Jesus
  6. The River of No Return
  7. Room 40
  8. The Indian Problem
  9. The Pinzler Method
  10. Old Soldier’s Disease

On August 21, 2008.

On August 21, 2008, Murrey Mizell “Buddy” Harman, Jr. died aged 79. He was a musician (drums), as the first house drummer for “The Grand Ole Opry” can be heard on over 18,000 recordings. He recorded for artists such as Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Martha Carson, Dolly Parton, Brenda Lee, Tammy Wynette, Kenny Rogers, Barbara Mandrell, Loretta Lynn, Roy Orbison, Connie Francis, Chet Atkins, Marty Robbins, Ray Price, Roger Miller, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, Eddy Arnold, Perry Como, Merle Haggard, Reba McEntire, and Gillian Welch.