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Jethro Tull: The Zealot Gene

On January 28, 2022, “Inside Out Music” label released “The Zealot Gene”, the 22nd Jethro Tull studio album. It was recorded March 2017 – July 2021, at “Modern World Studios” in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, and was produced by Ian Anderson.

Personnel:

  • Ian Anderson – vocals, flute, acoustic guitar, mandolin, whistle, harmonica, stereo mixing, artwork concept, photography
  • Florian Opahle – electric guitar
  • John O’Hara – piano, keyboards, accordion, organ
  • David Goodier – bass guitar
  • Scott Hammond – drums
  • Joe Parrish-James – guitar
  • Michael Nyandoro – engineer
  • Nick Watson – mastering
  • Jakko Jakszyk – 5.1 surround sound mixing
  • Thomas Ewerhard – artwork design
  • James Anderson – photography
  • Tim Bowness – liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Ian Anderson.

  1. Mrs. Tibbets
  2. Jacob’s Tales
  3. Mine is the Mountain
  4. The Zealot Gene
  5. Shoshana Sleeping
  6. Sad City Sisters
  7. Barren Beth, Wild Desert John
  8. The Betrayal of Joshua Kynde
  9. Where Sid Saturday Go?
  10. Three Loves, Three
  11. In Brief Visitation
  12. The Fisherman of Ephesus

Thelonious Monk: Thelonious Monk Plays Duke Elington

In December 1955, “Riverside” label released “Thelonious Monk Plays Duke Ellington”, album by Thelonious Monk. It was recorded in July 1957, at Van Gelder Studio in Hackensack, New Jersey, and was produced by Orrin Keepnews.  

Personnel:

  • Thelonious Monk – piano
  • Oscar Pettiford – bass
  • Kenny Clarke – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Duke Ellington except where noted

  1. It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)
  2. Sophisticated Lady
  3. I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good
  4. Black and Tan Fantasy – Bubber Miley, Duke Ellington
  5. Mood Indigo – Duke Ellington, Barney Bigard
  6. I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart
  7. Solitude
  8. Caravan – Juan Tizol, Duke Ellington

Quintessence: Indweller

In December 1972, “RCA” label released “Indweller”, the fifth and final studio Quintessence studio album. It was recorded in July 1972, at “Morgan” in London, and was produced by Allan Mostert, Raja Ram, Sambhu Babaji and Jake Milton.

Personnel:

  • Allan Mostert – lead guitar
  • Raja Ram – flute
  • Sambhu Babaji – bass guitar
  • Jake Milton – drums

Track listing:

  1. Jesus My Life
  2. Butterfly Music
  3. It’s All the Same
  4. Indweller
  5. Holy Roller
  6. Portable Realm
  7. Sai Baba
  8. On the Other Side of the Wall
  9. Dedication
  10. Bliss Trip
  11. Mother of the Universe

Twink: Think Pink

In December 1970, “Sire” label released “Think Pink”, the debut Twink (John Charles Edward Alder) album. It was recorded in July 1969, at “Sounds Studio” in London, and was produced by Mick Farren.

Personnel:

  • Twink – vocals, drums, acoustic guitar
  • Mick Farren – vocals
  • Paul Rudolph – vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, vibraphone, bass guitar, percussion, chimes
  • Steve Peregrin Took – vocals, acoustic guitar, pixie horn, vocals, percussion
  • Victor Unitt – electric guitars
  • Wally Allen – piano
  • John Povey – sitar, mellotron
  • John “Honk” Lodge – bass guitar
  • John “Junior” Wood – bass guitar
  • Viv Prince – drums
  • Dave “Boss” Goodman – vocals, percussion
  • Silver – vocals, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Twink, except where noted.

  1. The Coming of the One
  2. Ten Thousand Words in a Cardboard Box – Twink, John Junior Wood
  3. Dawn of Magic
  4. Tiptoe on the Highest Hill
  5. Fluid
  6. Mexican Grass War
  7. Rock an’ Roll the Joint
  8. Suicide
  9. Three Little Piggies – Steve Peregrin Took, Twink
  10. The Sparrow Is a Sign – Steve Peregrin Took, Twink

Richie Havens: Mixed Bag

In December 1966, “Verve” label released “Mixed Bag”, the debut Richie Havens studio album. It was recorded July – September 1966, and was produced by John Court.

Personnel:

  • Richie Havens – vocals, guitar, sitar
  • Paul Harris – organ, piano, keyboards
  • Paul “Dino” Williams – acoustic guitar
  • Howard Collins – guitar
  • Joe Price – tabla
  • Harvey Brooks – bass
  • Bill LaVorgna – drums
  • Bruce Langhorne – arrangements
  • Felix Pappalardi – arrangements
  • Val Valentin – director of engineering
  • Barry Feinstein – cover photography
  • Jerry Schoenbaum – production supervisor

Track listing:

  1. High Flyin’ Bird – Billy Edd Wheeler
  2. I Can’t Make It Anymore – Gordon Lightfoot
  3. Morning, Morning – Tuli Kupferberg
  4. Adam – Richie Havens
  5. Follow – Jerry Merrick
  6. Three Day Eternity – Richie Havens
  7. Sandy – Jean Pierre Cousineau
  8. Handsome Johnny – Louis Gossett Jr., Richie Havens
  9. San Francisco Bay Blues – Jesse Fuller
  10. Just Like a Woman – Bob Dylan
  11. Eleanor Rigby – John Lennon, Paul McCartney

Mott the Hopple: Same

On November 22, 1969, “Island” label released the self-titled, debut Mott the Hoople album. It was recorded May – July 1969, at “Morgan” in London, and was produced by Guy Stevens. 

Personnel:

  • Ian Hunter – lead vocals, piano, rhythm guitar
  • Mick Ralphs – lead and backing vocals, lead guitar
  • Verden Allen – organ, backing vocals
  • Pete “Overend” Watts – bass, backing vocals
  • Dale “Buffin” Griffin – drums, backing vocals
  • Guy Stevens – piano
  • Andy Johns – engineer
  • M. C. Escher – front cover drawing

Track listing:

  1. You Really Got Me – Ray Davies
  2. At the Crossroads – Doug Sahm
  3. Laugh At Me – Sonny Bono
  4. Backsliding Fearlessly – Ian Hunter
  5. Rock and Roll Queen – Mick Ralphs
  6. Rabbit Foot and Toby Time – Mike Ralphs
  7. Half Moon Bay – Mike Ralphs, Ian Hunter
  8. Wrath and Wroll – Guy Stevens

Jerry Garcia: Garcia

On November 20, 1972, “Warner Bros” label released “Garcia”, the debur Jerry Garcia album. It was recorded in July 1971, and was produced by Bill Kreutzmann, Bob Matthews and Betty Cantor.

Personnel:

  • Jerry Garcia – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, pedal steel guitar, bass, piano, organ, samples, vocals, mixing
  • Bill Kreutzmann – drums
  • Bob Matthews – engineer, mixing
  • Betty Cantor – engineer, mixing
  • Ramrod – engineer, mixing, production assistant
  • Bob Seidemann – design, cover photography
  • Herb Greene – Jerry Garcia photography

Track listing:

  1. Deal – Robert Hunter, Jerry Garcia
  2. Bird Song – Robert Hunter, Jerry Garcia
  3. Sugaree – Robert Hunter, Jerry Garcia
  4. Loser – Robert Hunter, Jerry Garcia
  5. Late for Supper – Jerry Garcia, Bill Kreutzmann
  6. Spidergawd – Jerry Garcia, Bill Kreutzmann
  7. Eep Hour – Jerry Garcia, Bill Kreutzmann
  8. To Lay Me Down – Robert Hunter, Jerry Garcia
  9. An Odd Little Place – Jerry Garcia, Bill Kreutzmann
  10. The Wheel – Robert Hunter, Jerry Garcia, Bill Kreutzmann

Nickelback: No Fixed Address

On November 14, 2014, “Republic” label released “No Fixed Address”, the eighth Nickelback studio album. It was recorded May 2013 – July 2014, and was produced by Chris Baseford, Brian Howes, Jason “JVP” van Poederooyen, Gordon “Gordini” Sran, Chad Kroeger, Ryan Peake, Mike Kroeger and Daniel Adair.

 Personnel:

  • Chad Kroeger – lead vocals, lead and rhythm guitar
  • Ryan Peake – rhythm and occasional lead guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Mike Kroeger – bass
  • Daniel Adair – drums, backing vocals
  • Michael Sanders – guitar
  • Dan Higgins – saxophone
  • Natalie Cassidy – trumpet, waffle
  • Steve Holtman – trombone
  • Flo Rida – vocals
  • Ali Tamposi – backing vocals
  • Dave Martone – backing vocals
  • Melanie Taylor, Kenna Ramsay – backing vocals
  • Jerry Hey – horn arrangement
  • Chris Lord-Alge, Randy Staub – mixing
  • Ted Jensen – mastering

Track listing:

  1. Million Miles an Hour – Chad Kroeger, Ryan Peake
  2. Edge of a Revolution – Chad Kroeger, Ryan Peake, Mike Kroeger
  3. What Are You Waiting For – Chad Kroeger, Ryan Oeake, Jacob Kasher, Gordon “Gordini” Sran
  4. She Keeps Me Up – Chad Kroeger, Jacob Kasher, Josh Ramsay
  5. Make Me Believe Again – Chad Kroeger, David Hodges
  6. Satellite – Chad Kroeger, Ryan Peake, Josh Ramsey, David Hodges
  7. Get ‘Em Up – Chad Kroeger
  8. The Hammer’s Coming Down – Chad Kroeger, Ryan Peake, Mike Kroeger
  9. Miss You – Chad Kroeger, Ryan Peake, Mike Kroeger
  10. Got Me Runnin’ Round – Chad Kroeger, Jacob Kasher
  11. Sister Sin – Chad Kroeger, Ryan Peake

Charles Lloyd: Moon Man

In November 1970, “Kapp” label released “Moon Man”, the 14th Charles Lloyd album. It was recorded in July 1970, in Los Angeles, and was produced by Charles Lloyd.

Personnel:

  • Charles Lloyd – vocals, tenor saxophone, flute, theremin
  • Ned Doheny – vocals, guitar
  • Michael Cohen – keyboards
  • Kenneth “Ken” Jenkins – bass
  • James Zitro – drums
  • Bob Jenkins – vocals
  • Henry Lewy – engineer
  • Eric Sherman – design concept
  • John C. LePrevost – art direction

Track listing:

All tracks by Charles Lloyd except where noted.

  1. Moonman I
  2. I Don’t Care What You Tell Me
  3. Sermon – additional lyrics by Bob Jenkins
  4. Sweet Juvenia
  5. Heavy Karma – James Zitro
  6. Hejira: Prayer / Exile / Journey / Hurrikit / Forever
  7. Ship
  8. Moonman II
  9. Crank Dat

Mudhoney: Same (debut album)

On November 1, 1989, “Sub Pop” label released the self-titled, debut Mudhoney album. It was recorded in July 1989, at “Reciprocal Recording” in Seattle, and was produced by Mark Arm, Steve Turner, Matt Lukin and Dan Peters.

Personnel:

  • Mark Arm – vocals, guitar
  • Steve Turner – vocals, guitar
  • Matt Lukin – vocals, bass guitar
  • Dan Peters – vocals, drums
  • Jack Endino, Conrad Uno – engineer
  • Jane Higgins – design
  • Michael Lavine – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Mark Arm, Steve Turner, Matt Lukin and Dan Peters.

  1. This Gift
  2. Flat Out Fucked
  3. Get Into Yours
  4. You Got It
  5. Magnolia Caboose Babyshit
  6. Come to Mind
  7. Here Comes Sickness
  8. Running Loaded
  9. The Farther I Go
  10. By Her Own Hand
  11. When Tomorrow Hits
  12. Dead Love