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On July 18, 2013.

On July 18, 2013, “Cleopatra Records” label released “Time Machine”, the 13th Nektar album. It was recorded in 2013, at “Sherwood Studios”.

Personnel:

  • Roye Albrighton – vocals, guitars, mixing
  • Klaus Henatsch – keyboards
  • Billy Sherwood – bass, engineer, mixing
  • Ron Howden – vocals, drums
  • Maor Appelbaum – mastering
  • Brain Perera – executive producer

Track listing:

All tracks by Roye Albrighton, Barbel Craven Klaus Henatsch and Ron Howden.

  1. A Better Way
  2. If Only I Could
  3. Time Machine
  4. Tranquility
  5. Mocking the Moon
  6. Juggernaut
  7. Diamond Eyes

On July 18, 2006.

On July 18, 2006, “Escapi Music” label released “Cactus V”, the fifth Cactus album. It was recorded in 2006, at “Electric Randyland”, “Sound Asylum”, and was produced by Carmine Appice and Jim McCarty.

Personnel:

  • Tim Bogert– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Carmine Appice– drums, backing vocals, mixing
  • Jim McCarty– guitar, mixing
  • Jimmy Kunes– lead and backing vocals
  • Randy Pratt– harmonica
  • Joe Warda, Patrick Klein – engineer
  • Joe Ford – additional engineering
  • Pat Regan – mixing
  • Brad Vance – mastering
  • Vic Cimino – artwork
  • Paul Latimer – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Carmine Appice, Tim Bogert, Jimmy Kunes and Jim McCarty.

  1. Doing Time
  2. Muscle and Soul
  3. Cactus Music
  4. The Groover
  5. High in the City
  6. Day for Night
  7. Living for Today
  8. Shine
  9. Electric Blue
  10. Your Brother’s Keeper
  11. Blues for Mr. Day
  12. Part of the Game
  13. Gone Train Gone
  14. Jazzed

On July 18, 1973.

On July 18, 1973, “CTI” label released “Deodato 2”, the second Eumir Deodato studio album. It was recorded April – May 1973, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, and was produced by Creed Taylor.

Personnel:

  • Eumir Deodato – keyboards, acoustic and electric piano
  • John Tropea – guitars
  • John Giulino – bass
  • Stanley Clarke – bass
  • Alvin Brehm, Russell Savakus – arco bass
  • Billy Cobham, Rick Marotta – drums
  • Gilmore Degap, Rubens Bassini – congas, percussion
  • David Nadien, Elliot Rosoff, Emanuel Green, Gene Orloff, Harold Kohon, Harry Cykman, Harry Glickman, Harry Lookofsky, Irving Spice, Joe Malin, Max Ellen, Paul Gershman: violin
  • Alfred Brown, Emanuel Vardi – viola
  • Alan Shulman, Charles McCracken, George Ricci – cello
  • Joe Temperley – baritone sax
  • George Marge, Hubert Laws, Jerry Dodgion, Romeo Penque – flute
  • Tony Studd – bass trombone
  • Garnett Brown, Wayne Andre – trombone
  • Brooks Tillotson, Jim Buffington – French horn
  • Alan Rubin, Marvin Stamm, Jon Faddis – flugelhorn, trumpet
  • Burt Collins, Joe Shepley, Victor Paz – trumpet

 Track listing:

  1. Nights in White Satin – Justin Hayward
  2. Pavane for a Dead Princess – Maurice Ravel
  3. Skyscrapers – Eumir Deodato
  4. Super Strut – Eumir Deodato
  5. Rhapsody in Blue – George Gershwin, arrangement and adaptation by Eumir Deodato

 

On March 11, 1997.

On March 11, 1997, “Thirsty Ear Recordings” label released “York (First Exit to Brooklyn)”, album by The Foetus Symphony Orchestra featuring Lydia Lunch. It was recorded on July 18, 1996, at “The Anchorage” in New York City, and was produced by J. G. Thirlwell.

Personnel:

  • G. Thirlwell– vocals, conch, tin whistle illustrations
  • Steve Bernstein – trumpet, slide trumpet
  • Oren Bloedow– guitar, electric Oud
  • Brian Emrich– bass guitar, EBow, keyboard bass
  • Lydia Lunch– spoken word
  • David Ouimet– trombone
  • Marcus Rojas– tuba, didgeridoo
  • Vinnie Signorelli– drums
  • Rob Sutton – engineering
  • Kurt Wolf – guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by J. G. Thirlwell.

  1. Black Adonis
  2. Crumpled City
  3. Puddlin’ Doorway
  4. Egomaniacs With Insecurity Problems
  5. Arschficken

On July 18, 2012.

On July 18, 2012, “Royal Order” label released “Welcome to the Country”, the fifth Gramm Rabbit album. It was recorded in 2012, at “Hicksville Trailer Palace” in Joshua Tree, CA, and was produced by Todd Rutherford and Jesika von Rabbit.

Personnel:

  • Jesika von Rabbit – vocals, keyboard, guitar, recording, mixing
  • Todd Rutherford – vocals, bass, guitar, programming, recording, mixing
  • JP Houston – piano
  • Ryan Erskine – additional guitar
  • Bill Maresh – pedal steel
  • Scott “Drago” Kissinger – horns
  • James St. James – drums
  • Brandon Henderson – additional guitar, bass
  • Eric Jonasson – vocals, guitar
  • Naomi Husaruk – vocals, accordion
  • Jamie Hafler, Cristie Carter – extra vocals
  • Robin Davy – artwork, design
  • Marina “Cha Cha” Chavez – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Jesika von Rabbit and Todd Rutherford, except where noted.

  1. Wild Imagination
  2. Country Jo
  3. Eeyore
  4. I’ve Been Thinking
  5. Olde October Moon
  6. Rider on a White Horse – Lee Hazlewod
  7. Too Drive to Drunk
  8. Country Lullaby
  9. Honky Tonkin’
  10. Din Ho

 

On July 18, 1960.

On July 18, 1960, “Columbia” label released “Sketches of Spain”, the 34th Miles Davis album. It was recorded November 15 and 20, 1959 and March 10, 1960, at “Columbia 30th Street Studio” in New York City, and was produced by Teo Macero and Irving Townsend. Miles Davis and Gil Evans won the 1961 “Grammy Award for Best Original Jazz Composition”. In 2003, the album was ranked at number 358 on Rolling Stone’s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.

Personnel:

  • Miles Davis– trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Gil Evans– arranger, conductor
  • Paul Chambers– bass
  • Danny Bank– bass clarinet
  • Bill Barber– tuba
  • John Barrows– French horn
  • Albert Block– flute
  • James Buffington– French horn
  • Eddie Caine– flute
  • Earl Chapin– French horn
  • Jimmy Cobb– drums
  • Johnny Coles– trumpet
  • Harold Feldman– clarinet, flute, oboe
  • Bernie Glow– trumpet
  • Dick Hixon– trombone
  • Elvin Jones– percussion
  • Taft Jordan– trumpet
  • Jack Knitzer– bassoon
  • Jose Mangual– percussion
  • Jimmy McAllister– tuba
  • Tony Miranda– French horn
  • Louis Mucci– trumpet
  • Romeo Penque– oboe
  • Janet Putnam– harp
  • Frank Rehak– trombone
  • Ernie Royal– trumpet
  • Joe Singer– French horn

Track listing:

  1. Concierto de Aranjuez(Adagio) – Joaquín Rodrigo
  2. Will o’ the Wisp – Manuel de Falla
  3. The Pan Piper (Alborada de Vigo) – traditional
  4. Saeta – Gil Evans
  5. Solea – Gil Evans

On July 18, 2006.

On July 18, 2006, “DEP International” label released “Who You Fighting For?”, the fifteenth UB40 album. It was recorded in 2006, and was produced by Astro, Jim Brown, Ali Campbell, Robin Campbell, Earl Falconer, Norman Lamont Hassan, Brian Travers and Mickey Virtue.

Personnel:

  • Astro– toasting vocals, percussion, trumpet, backing vocals
  • Jim Brown – drums
  • Ali Campbell– guitar, lead vocals
  • Robin Campbell – lead guitar, vocals
  • Earl Falconer– bass guitar, vocals
  • Norman Lamont Hassan – percussion, trombone, vocals
  • Brian Travers – saxophone
  • Mickey Virtue – keyboards

Track listing:

  1. Who You Fighting For
  2. After Tonight
  3. Bling Bling
  4. Plenty More
  5. War Poem
  6. Sins of the Fathers
  7. Good Situation
  8. Gotta Tell Someone
  9. Reasons
  10. One Woman Man
  11. I’ll Be on My Way – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  12. Kiss and Say Goodbye.
  13. Things You Say You Love

 

On July 18, 1997.

On July 18, 1997, “Food Records” label released “Already”, the fourth Jesus Jones album. It was recorded June 1996 – January 1997, and was produced by Mike Edwards, Jerry De Borg, Al Doughty, Iain Baker and Tony Arthy.

Personnel:

  • Mike Edwards – vocals, guitars, keyboards (1988–present)
  • Jerry De Borg– guitars
  • Al Doughty– bass
  • Iain Baker – keyboards, programming
  • Tony Arthy– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Mike Edwards.

  1. The Next Big Thing
  2. Run on Empty
  3. Look Out Tomorrow
  4. Top of the World
  5. Rails
  6. Wishing It Away
  7. Chemical #1
  8. MotionThey’re Out There
  9. For a Moment
  10. Addiction, Obsession & Me
  11. February

 

On July 18, 1995.

Ramones_-_Adios_Amigos

On July 18, 1995, “Radioactive Records” label released “Adiós Amigos!”, the fourteenth and final Ramones studio album. It was recorded January – February 1995, and was produced by Daniel Rey. The Ramones disband in 1996 and Joey Ramone,  Johnny Ramone, and Dee Dee Ramone all died within a decade of the album’s release.

Personnel:

  • Joey Ramone- lead vocals
  • Johnny Ramone– lead guitar
  • J. Ramone– bass guitar, backing and lead vocals
  • Marky Ramone– drums
  • Dee Dee Ramone- co-lead vocals

Track listing:

  1. I Don’t Want to Grow Up – Tom Waits,Kathleen Brennan
  2. Makin Monsters for My Friends – Dee Dee Ramone,Daniel Rey
  3. It’s Not for Me to Know – Dee Dee Ramone, Daniel Rey
  4. The Crusher – Dee Dee Ramone, Daniel Rey
  5. “Life’s a Gas – Joey Ramone
  6. Take the Pain Away – Dee Dee Ramone, Daniel Rey
  7. I Love You – Johnny Thunders
  8. Cretin Family – Dee Dee Ramone, Daniel Rey
  9. Have a Nice Day – Marky Ramone, Garrett James Uhlenbrock
  10. Scattergun – J. Ramone
  11. Got a Lot to Say – J. Ramone
  12. She Talks to Rainbows – Joey Ramone
  13. Born to Die in Berlin – Dee Dee Ramone,John Carco

On July 18, 1980.

Echo_&_the_Bunnymen - Crocodiles

On July 18, 1980, “Korova” label released “Crocodiles”, the debut Echo & the Bunnymen album. It was recorded in 1980, at “Eden Studios” in London and “Rockfield Studios” in Monmouth, Wales, and was produced by Bill Drummond, David Balfe in Ian Broudie. The album cover photograph was by Brian Griffin. In 1993, “NME” ranked “Crocodiles at number 28 on its list of the “50 Greatest Albums of the 1980s”; in 2006, “Uncut” magazine ranked the album at number 69 on its list of the “100 Greatest Debut Albums”

Personnel:

  • Ian McCulloch– vocals, guitar, piano
  • Will Sergeant– lead guitar
  • Les Pattinson– bass
  • Pete de Freitas– drums
  • David Balfe– keyboards
  • Rod Houison– engineer
  • Dan Hersch – remastering
  • Bill Butt – insert photography

Track listing:.

All tracks by Will Sergeant, Ian McCulloch, Les Pattinson and Pete de Freitas except where noted.

  1. Going Up
  2. Stars Are Stars
  3. Pride
  4. Monkeys
  5. Crocodiles
  6. Rescue
  7. Villiers Terrace
  8. Pictures on My Wall – Will Sergeant, Ian McCulloch, Les Pattinson
  9. All That Jazz
  10. Happy Death Men