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On July 19, 2017.

On July 19, 2017, “The Null Corporation” and “Capitol” labels released “Add Violence”, the sixth Nine Inch Nails EP. It was recorded in 2017, and was produced by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.

Personnel:

  • Trent Reznor – performance, arranging, programming
  • Atticus Ross – performance, arranging, programming
  • Sharlotte Gibson – additional vocals
  • Allison Iraheta – additional vocals
  • Chris Holmes – engineering
  • Dustin Mosley – engineering
  • Jun Murakawa – engineering
  • Geoff Neal – engineering
  • Chris Richardson – engineering
  • Alan Moulder – mixing
  • Tom Baker – mastering
  • John Crawford – art direction
  • Corey Holms – additional design
  • Church Lieu – additional concept development

Track listing:

All tracks by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.

  1. Less Than
  2. The Lovers
  3. This Isn’t the Place
  4. Not Anymore
  5. The Background World

On July 19, 2013.

On July 19, 2013, “Density Records” label released “Asymmetry”, the third Karnivool studio album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Nick DiDia.

Personnel:

  • Ian Kenny  – lead vocals
  • Drew Goddard  – guitar, backing vocals
  • Mark Hosking  – guitar, backing vocals
  • Jon Stockman  – vocal, bass guitar
  • Steve Judd  – drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Ian Kenny, Drew Goddard, Mark Hosking, Jon Stockman and Steve Judd.

  1. Aum
  2. Nachash
  3. A.M. War
  4. We Are
  5. The Refusal
  6. Aeons
  7. Asymmetry
  8. Eidolon
  9. Sky Machine
  10. Amusia
  11. The Last Few
  12. Float
  13. Alpha Omega
  14. Om

On July 19, 2011.

On July 19, 2011, “Universal Republic” label released “Time of My Life”, the fifth 3 Doors Down studio album. It was recorded July – October 2010, in Los Angeles and Tokyo, and was produced by Howard Benson.

Personnel:

  • Brad Arnold – lead vocals
  • Matt Roberts – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Chris Henderson – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Todd Harrell – bass
  • Greg Upchurch – drums
  • Howard Benson – keyboards, programming
  • Michito Sanches – percussion
  • Kim Bullard – keyboards, programming
  • Sid Page – violin
  • Paul Franklin – pedal steel
  • Marti Frederiksen – additional programming
  • Deborah Lurie – string arrangements
  • Mike Plotnikoff – recording engineer
  • Hatsukazu Inagari – string engineer
  • Paul Decarli – digital editing
  • Marc Vangool – guitar technician
  • Jon Nicholson – drum technician
  • Jimmy Fahey – assistant engineer
  • Chris Lord-Alge – mixer
  • Keith Armstrong – assistant engineer
  • Nick Karpen – assistant engineer
  • Ted Jensen – mastering
  • Brad Townsend – additional mixing engineer
  • Andrew Schubert – additional mixing engineer
  • Sandra Brummels – creative director
  • Hugh Syme – art direction, design, illustrations, cover concept
  • Frank W. Ockenfels III – band photography

Track listing:

All lyrics by Brad Arnold.

  1. Time of My Life – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Marti Frederiksen
  2. When You’re Young – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Matt Frederiksen
  3. Round and Round – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Todd Harrell
  4. Heaven – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Zac Maloy
  5. Race for the Sun – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Todd Harrell
  6. Back to Me – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Todd Harrell
  7. Every Time You Go – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Bobby Huff
  8. What’s Left – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Zac Maloy
  9. On the Run – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Todd Harrell
  10. She Is Love – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Todd Harrell
  11. My Way – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Todd Harrell
  12. Believer – Brad Arnold, Matt Roberts, Chris Henderson, Todd Harrell

On October 4, 1971.

On October 4, 1971, “Atlantic” label released “Twins”, the tenth Ornette Coleman album. It was recorded 1959 – 1961, assembled without Coleman’s input, comprising outtakes from recording sessions of 1959 to 1961 for “The Shape of Jazz to Come”, “This Is Our Music”, “Free Jazz: A Collective Improvisation”, and “Ornette!”. Sessions for “Monk and the Nun” took place at “Radio Recorders” in Hollywood, for “First Take” at “A&R Studios” in New York City, and all others at “Atlantic Studios” in Manhattan. The album was produced by Nesuhi Ertegün.

Personnel:

  • Ornette Coleman – alto saxophone
  • Don Cherry – pocket trumpet; cornet on “Monk and the Nun”
  • Charlie Haden – bass on 1959 and 1960 tracks
  • Scott LaFaro – bass on “First Take” and “Check Up”
  • Billy Higgins – drums on “First Take” and “Monk and the Nun”
  • Ed Blackwell – drums on 1960 and 1961 tracks
  • Freddie Hubbard – trumpet on “First Take”
  • Eric Dolphy – bass clarinet on “First Take”

Track listing:

All tracks by Ornette Coleman.

  1. First Take – December 21, 1960
  2. Little Symphony – July 19, 1960
  3. Monk and the Nun – May 22, 1959
  4. Check Up – January 31, 1961
  5. Joy of a Toy – July 26, 1960

On July 19, 2001.

On July 19, 2001, Judy Clay died aged 62. She was a singer (soul, gospel),  member of Drinkard Singers, who later became better known as The Sweet Inspirations, and teamed with singer-songwriter Billy Vera. As a background vocalist, she worked with Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Van Morrison, Donny Hathaway, and Wilson Pickett.

On July 19, 2019.

On July 19, 2019, “Hajanga Records” label released “Djesse Vol. 2”, the second album in the “Djesse” series by Jacob Collier. It was recorded in 2019 and was produced by Jacob Collier.

Personnel:

  • Jacob Collier – arrangements, recording, mixing
  • Kathryn Tickell – Northumbrian pipes
  • Steve Vai – electric guitar
  • Guimba Kouyate – acoustic guitar
  • Josh Arcoleo – tenor saxophone
  • Robin Mullarkey – bass
  • Pino Palladino – electric bass
  • Chris Thile – mandolin
  • James Maddren – drums
  • Sophie Collier, Suzie Collier, Becca Stevens, MARO, Hammadi Rencurrell, Barak Schmool, Bill Bland, Dave Pattman, Fabio De Oliveira – vocals
  • Adam Fell, Aleigha Durand, Alessandro Melchior, Allayna O’Quinn, Alvin Chea, Andrea Haines, André Smith, Arend Liefkes, Asya Bookal, Avery Wilson, Barak Schmool, Barney Smith, Beardyman, Becca Stevens, Ben Bloomberg, Blake Morgan , Brian Mayton, Briana Marshall, Catherina Lagredelle, Celine Sylvester, Chad Lupoe, Charlie Puth, Chesroleeysia Bobb, Chris Martin, Chris Thile, Chris Wardle, Christian Euman, Claude McKnight, Claudio Somigli, Cleavon Davis, Clyde Lawrence, Cole Henry, Cory Henry, Daniel Caesar, Danielle Cornwall, Darwin Deez, David Crosby, David Thomas , Dodie, Ellen Cockerham, Eric Whitacre, Ewa Zbyszynska, Frederick Harris, Jr., Gareth Lockrane, Genevieve Artadi, Gracie Lawrence, Greg Phillinganes, Gwilym Simcock, Haley Flemons, Hamid El Kasri, Hans Zimmer, Herbie Hancock, Holland Sampson, Jack Conte, Jake Sherman, James Maddren, James Wright, Jamie Cullum, Jason Max Ferdinand, Jason Rebello, Jasper van Rosmalen, JoJo, JoPaul Scavella, Joel Kibble, Jonah Nilsson, Jonathan Dove, Jonathan Pacey, Jordan Cohen, Jose Ortega, Josh Helfferich, Jourdan Bardo, Jules Buckley, June Lee, Kashaé Whyte, Kathryn Tickell, Keviez Wilson, Khristian Dentley, Kimbra, Kobe Brown, Kristin Hall, Laura Mvula, Leo Janssen, Leonard Brown, Lianne La Havas, Lincoln Liburd, Louis Cleare, MARO, Maia Foster, Malik George, Malik McHayle, Marissa Wright, Mark Kibble, Matthew Celia, Matthew Cordner, Merrill Garbus, Michael LaTorre, Michael League, Michael Peha, Mischa Stevens, Murk Jiskoot, Mykel Inez, Naomi Parchment, Nataly Dawn, Natrickie Louissaint, Nick Smart, Nicola Hadley, Nikki Yanofsky, Noah Simon, Oumou Sangare, Patricia Williams , Pedro Martins, Pete Churchill, Quincy Jones, Rob Clark, Robert Watts, Robin Mullarkey, Rocky Borders, Roddley Point-du-Jour, Ruben Margarita, Sam Amidon, Sam Dressel, Sam Wilkes, Samella Carryl, Sophie Collier, Steve Mulligan, Steve Vai, Sumner Becker, Suzie Collier, Tank, Terell Francis-Clarke, Thomas Gould, Tom Cawley, Tom Misch, Tori Kelly, Ty$, Umar Hossain, Zaren Bennett – choir (Moon River)
  • Caroline Dearnley, David Cohen, Magnus Johnston, Max Baillie, Ruth Gibson, Thomas Gould – strings
  • Fiona Cruickshank – engineer
  • James Yost – engineer
  • Aviv Cohen – engineer
  • Tom Chichester-Clark – engineer
  • Emily Lazar – mastering
  • Joe Zook – mixing
  • Ben Bloomberg – mixing
  • Astrig Akseralian – artwork
  • Brock Lefferts – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Jacob Collier, except when noted.

  1. Intro
  2. Sky Above
  3. Bakumbe
  4. Make Me Cry
  5. Moon River – Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer
  6. Feel
  7. A Noite (interlude)
  8. Lua
  9. I Heard You Singing
  10. I Don’t Matter
  11. Here Comes the Sun – George Harrison
  12. Dun Dun Ba Ba – interlude
  13. Nebaluyo
  14. Do You Feel Love
  15. Outro
  16. Time to Rest Your Weary Head

On July 19, 2019.

On July 19, 2019, “Napalm Records” label released “The Space Between the Shadows”, the third Scott Stapp studio album. It was recorded in 2019, at “Poppy Studios”, “Sienna Studios”, “The Cabin”, and was produced by Scott Stevens, Marti Frederiksen, and Kevin Howard Gruft

Personnel:

  • Scott Stapp– lead vocals
  • Sammy Hudson – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Ben Flanders – guitar, backing vocals
  • Yiannis Papadopoulos – lead guitar
  • Dango Cellan – drums
  • Marti Frederiksen– engineer
  • Kevin Howard Gruft – engineer
  • Chase Baseford – mixing

Track listing:

  1. World I Used to Know – Marti Frederiksen, Zac Maloy, Scott Stapp, Scott Stevens
  2. Name – Marti Frederiksen, Scott Stapp, Scott Stevens
  3. Purpose for Pain – Kevin Howard Gruft, Scott Stapp
  4. Heaven in Me – Marti Frederiksen, Zac Maloy, Scott Stapp, Scott Stevens
  5. Survivor – Blair Daly, Marty Frederiksen, Zac Maloy, Scott Stapp, Scott Stevens
  6. Wake Up Call – Marti Frederiksen, Scott Stapp, Scott Stevens
  7. Dace of the Sun – Marti Frederiksen, Zac Maloy, Scott Stapp, Scott Stevens
  8. Red Clouds – Marti Frederiksen, Zac Maloy, Scott Stapp
  9. Gone Too Soon – Blair Daly, Zac Maloy, Scott Stapp
  10. Ready to Love – Marti Frederiksen, Zac Maloy, Scott Stapp, Scott Stevens
  11. Mary’s Crying – Blair Daly, Zac Maloy, Scott Stapp
  12. Last Hallelujah – Marti Frederiksen, Zac Maloy, Scott Stapp, Scott Stevens

On July 19, 2010.

On July 19, 2010, “Throwing Music” label released “Crooked”, the eight Kristin Hersh studio album. It was recorded in 2010 and was produced by Kristin Hersh.

Personnel:

  • Kristin Hersh- all vocals and instruments
  • Steve Rizzo – recording, mixing
  • Joe Gastwirt – mastering
  • Jesse von Doom – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Kristin Hersh.

  1. Mississippi Kite
  2. Moan
  3. Sand
  4. Glass
  5. Fortune
  6. Coals
  7. Crooked
  8. Krait
  9. Flooding
  10. Rubidoux

 

On July 19, 1994.

On July 19, 1994, “Windham Hill” label released “Deseo” the sixth Jon Anderson album. It was recorded In 1994, and was produced by Jon Anderson.

Personnel:

  • Jon Anderson – vocals, keyboards, arrangement
  • Otmaro Ruiz – keyboards
  • Freddy Ramos – guitar
  • Aaron Serafaty – percussion
  • Freddy Ramos – guitar
  • Otmaro Ruiz – keyboards
  • Eduardo del Signore – bass
  • Milton Nascimento– vocals
  • Mountain Girls – vocals
  • Glenn Monroig– vocals
  • Boca Livre – vocals
  • Valentina Vargas– vocals
  • Cecilia Toussaint – vocals
  • Girls of Puerto Rico – vocals
  • Vanessa Mixco – voice
  • Deborah Anderson – vocal singing and inspiration
  • Rubén Rada– percussion
  • Steve Thornton – percussion
  • Lorenza Pose – violin
  • Paul Haney – sax
  • Jorge Laboy – guitar
  • The Reedam Singers – Deborah Anderson, Nina Swan, Liza Gelabart, Carla Day, Francis Benitez
  • Deborah Anderson– backing vocals
  • Ron Salaises – sound effects
  • Ron Wasserman – engineering
  • Ric Wilson – mastering
  • John Laraio – production equipment assistance
  • Gary Barlough – recording
  • Toshio Sone Vasquez– design, packaging
  • Miyoko Sone – photography
  • Glen Wexler – inlay photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Jon Anderson, except where noted.

  1. Amor Real
  2. A-DE-O – Milton Nascimento, Pedro Casadaliga, Pedro Tierra
  3. Bridges
  4. Seasons
  5. Floresta
  6. Cafe
  7. This Child
  8. Dança Do Ouro – Zé Renato, Lourenço Baeta
  9. Midnight Dancing
  10. Deseo
  11. Latino
  12. Bless This

 

 

 

On July 19, 1994.

On July 19, 1994, “Columbia” label released “For the Love of Strange Medicine” the second Steve Perry studio album. It was recorded in 1993, and was produced by James “Jimbo” Barton, Steve Perry and Tim Miner.

Personnel:

  • Steve Perry- vocals
  • Lincoln Brewster- guitars, background vocals
  • Paul Taylor- keyboards, background vocals
  • Michael Landau- guitars
  • Moyes Lucas – drums, background vocals
  • Larry Kimpel – bass
  • Mike Porcaro– bass
  • Phil Brown– bass, production assistant
  • Jeremy Lubbock, James Barton, Phil Brown – string arrangement
  • Tim Miner – piano, keyboards, background vocals, bass, piano
  • Larry Dalton – string arrangement, conductor
  • Dallas Symphony Orchestra- strings
  • Alexander Brown, Carmen Carter, Jean McClain – backing vocals
  • James “Jimbo” Barton – recording engineer
  • Tim Kimsey – recording engineer
  • Devin Foutz, Manny Marroquin, Kyle Ross, Ulrich Wild, Rail Jon Rogut and Bill Cooper, Christopher C. Murphy – second recording engineer
  • Craig Burbidge – mixing
  • Niko Bolas – mixing
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering
  • Brian Lee – digital editing

Track listing:

  1. You Better Wait – Steve Perry, Lincoln Brewster, Paul Taylor, Moyes Lucas, John Pierce, George Hawkins
  2. Young Hearts Forever – Steve Perry, Clif Magness
  3. I Am – Steve Perry, Paul Taylor, Lincoln Brewster
  4. Stand Up (Before It’s Too Late) – Steve Perry, Lincoln Brewster, Paul Taylor, Moyes Lucas, Larry Kimpel
  5. For the Love of Strange Medicine – Steve Perry, Lincoln Brewster, Paul Taylor, Moyes Lucas
  6. Donna Please – Steve Perry, Paul Taylor, Stephen Bishop
  7. Listen to Your Heart – Steve Perry, Lincoln Brewster, Paul Taylor, Moyes Lucas
  8. Tuesday Heartache – Steve Perry, Clif Magness, Paul Taylor, Lincoln Brewster, Moyes Lucas
  9. Missing You – Steve Perry, Tim Miner
  10. Somewhere There’s Hope – Steve Perry, Lincoln Brewster, Paul Taylor, Moyes Lucas
  11. Anyway – Steve Perry