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In July 1964.

In July 1964, “Impulse” label released “Today and Tomorrow”, the fourth McCoy Tyner album. It was recorded June 1963 – February 1964, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood, NJ, and was produced by Bob Thiele.

Personnel:

  1. McCoy Tyner– piano
  2. Jimmy Garrison- bass
  3. Albert Heath- drums
  4. John Gilmore- tenor saxophone
  5. Thad Jones– trumpet
  6. Frank Strozier- alto saxophone
  7. Butch Warren– bass
  8. Elvin Jones– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by McCoy Tyner except where noted

  1. Contemporary Focus
  2. A Night in Tunisia – Dizzy Gillespie
  3. T ‘N A Blues – Elvin Jones
  4. Autumn Leaves – Joseph Kosma
  5. Three Flowers
  6. When Sunny Gets Blue – Marvin Fisher, Jack Segal

In July 1962.

In July 1962, “Impulse!” label released “Coltrane”, the eleventh John Coltrane album (third one for Impulse!). It was recorded April – June 1962, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood, NJ, and was produced by Bob Thiele.

Personnel:

  • John Coltrane– tenor and soprano saxophone
  • Jimmy Garrison– double bass
  • Elvin Jones– drums
  • McCoy Tyner– piano
  • Pete Turner– photography

Track listing:

  1. Out of This World – Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer
  2. Soul Eyes – Mal Waldron
  3. The Inch Worm – Frank Loesser
  4. Tunji – John Coltrane
  5. Miles’ Mode – John Coltrane

In July 1960.

In July 1960, “Bethlehem Records” label released “Down Home”, the 30th Zoot Sims album. It was recorded in June 1960 and was produced by Teddy Charles.

Personnel:

  • Zoot Sims – tenor saxophone
  • Dave McKenna– piano
  • George Tucker– double bass
  • Dannie Richmond– drums

Track listing:

  1. Jive at Five – Count Basie, Harry “Sweets” Edison
  2. Doggin’ Around – Edgar Battle, Ray Evans
  3. Avalon – Buddy DeSylva, Al Jolson, Vincent Rose
  4. I Cried for You – Gus Arnheim, Arthur Freed, Abe Lyman
  5. Bill Bailey – Hughie Cannon
  6. Goodnight Sweetheart – Jimmy Capbell, Reginald Connelly, Ray Noble
  7. There’ll Be Some Changes Made – Billy Higgins, W. Benton Overstreet
  8. I’ve Heard That Blues Before – Zoot Sims

On June 29, 2018.

On June 29, 2018, “Virgin EMI” label released “High as Hope”, the fourth Florence and the Machine studio album. It was recorded 2017 – 2018, at “Beacon House” in Los Angeles, “123” in London, and was produced by Emile Haynie, Florence Welch, Brett Shaw, Thomas Bartlett, and Tobias Jesso Jr.

Personnel:

  • Florence Welch– vocals, drums, percussion, piano, additional synths, drawing
  • Emile Haynie– synths, drums
  • Brett Shaw – Rhodes, synths, programming, bass, additional drums, additional percussion
  • Thomas Bartlett– piano, Mellotron, organ, synths, bass, keyboards
  • Andrew Wyatt– bass, piano, Mellotron, additional synths
  • Jonathan Wilson– guitars, additional drums
  • Rob Ackroyd – guitars, ukelele
  • Greg Leisz– pedal steel guitar
  • Carla Azar– drums
  • Tom Monger – harp
  • Kamasi Washington– tenor saxophone, horns arrangement
  • Jamie xx– drums, synths
  • James Gadson– additional drums
  • Jasper Randall – vocal contracting
  • Angela Parrish – backing vocals
  • Leslie Stevens – backing vocals
  • Sampha Sisay– piano
  • Tobias Jesso Jr.– additional keyboards, piano
  • Josh Tillman– additional guitar
  • Nathan Willett– backing vocals
  • Lu Lu McJunkins – cello
  • Emile Haynie – recording
  • Brett Shaw – recording
  • Tim Montague – additional recording
  • Morgan Stratton – additional recording
  • Michael Harris – additional recording
  • Keith Gretlein – additional recordingZachary Zajdel – assistant engineering
  • Christopher Cerullo – assistant engineering
  • Derrick Stockwell – assistant engineering
  • Matt Mysko – assistant engineering
  • Tom Elmhirst– mixing
  • John Davis – mastering
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering
  • Sally Herbert – arrangements, conducting
  • Tom Bailey – recording
  • John Prestage – assistant engineering
  • Olli Cunningham – score supervision
  • Isobel Griffiths – contracting
  • Amy Stewart – assistant contracting
  • Everton Nelson – leading
  • Brian Roettinger – art direction
  • Tom Beard – photography 

Track listing:

All tracks by Florence Welch, except where noted.

  1. June
  2. Hunger – Florence Welch, Tobias Jesso Jr., Emile Haynie
  3. South London Forever – Florence Welch, Brett Shaw
  4. Big God – Florence Welch, Jamie Smith
  5. Sky Full of Song – Florence Welch, Emilie Hayine, Thomas Bartlett
  6. Grace – Florence Welch, Emile Haynie, Tobias Jesso Jr.
  7. Patricia – Florence Welch, Emile Haynie, Thomas Bartlett
  8. 100 Years
  9. The End of Love – Florence Welch, Tobias Jesso Jr.
  10. No Choir – Florence Welch, Emile Hayine, Andrew Wyatt

On June 28, 1980.

On June 28, 1980, “Armageddon” label released “Underwater Moonlight”, the second Soft Boys studio album. It was recorded in June 1979, at “Spaceward Studios” in Cambridge, England, January – June 1980, at “Alaska” and “James Morgan Studios” in London, and was produced by Pat Collier and Spaceward.

Personnel:

  • Robyn Hitchcock– vocals, guitar, rhythm bass
  • Kimberley Rew– vocals, guitar, bass, synthesizer
  • Matthew Seligman– bass
  • Morris Windsor – drums, vocals
  • Gerry Hale– violin
  • Andy King – sitar
  • Pat Collier– engineer
  • James Morgan – engineer
  • Mike Kemp – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Robyn Hitchcock, except where noted.

  1. I Wanna Destroy You
  2. Kingdom of Love
  3. Positive Vibrations
  4. I Got the Hots
  5. Insanely Jealous
  6. Tonight
  7. You’ll Have to Go Sideways – Robyn Hitchcock, Kimberley Rew
  8. Old Pervert – Robyn Hitchcock, Kimberley Rew, Matthew Seligman, Morris Windsor
  9. Queen of Eyes
  10. Underwater Moonlight

 

On June 15, 1979.

On June 15, 1979, “Charisma” label released “PXR5”, the ninth Hawkwind studio album. It was recorded September 1977 – June 1978, at “Leicester”, “De Montfort Hall”, “Hammersmith Odeon” in London, “Rockfield Studios” and “Week Park Farm” in Devon, and was produced by Robert Calver, Dave Brock, Adrian Shaw, Simon House, and Simon King.

Personnel:

  • Robert Calvert– vocals
  • Dave Brock– vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Adrian Shaw– bass guitar
  • Simon House– violin, keyboards
  • Simon King– drums
  • Dave Charles, Anton Matthews – engineer
  • Phillip Tonkyn – artwork

Track listing:

  1. Death Trap – Robert Calvert, Dave Brock
  2. Jack of Shadows – Robert Calvert, Simon House, Adrian Shaw
  3. Uncle Sam’s on Mars – Robert Calvert, Dave Brock, Simon House, Simon King
  4. Infinity – Robert Calvert, Dave Brock
  5. Life Form – Dave Brock
  6. Robot – Robert Calvert, Dave Brock
  7. High Rise – Robert Calvert, Simon House
  8. PXR5 – Dave Brock

 

On May 19, 1998.

On May 19, 1998, “Metal Blade” released “The Kindness of Strangers”, the third Spock’s Beard studio album. It was recorded in 1997, and was produced by Neal Morse.

Personnel:

  • Neal Morse– lead vocals, piano, synths, acoustic and electric guitar
  • Alan Morse– vocals, electric guitar, cello, Mellotron
  • Dave Meros– vocals, bass guitar
  • Nick D’Virgilio– vocals, drums, percussion
  • Ryo Okumoto– Hammond organ, Mellotron

 Track listing:                                                  

All tracks by Neal Morse except where noted.

  1. The Good Don’t Last
  • Introduction
  • The Good Don’t Last
  • The Radiant Is
  1. In the Mouth of Madness
  2. Cakewalk on Easy Street
  3. June
  4. Strange World
  5. Harm’s Way
  6. Flow – Neal Morse, Tony Ray
  • True Believer
  • A Constant Flow of Sound
  • Into the Source

On April 30, 2002.

On April 30, 2002, “Elektra” label released the self – titled, second Trey Anastasio studio album. It was recorded June – December 2001, at “The Barn” in Westford, Vermont, and was produced by Trey Anastasio and Bryce Goggin.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio – vocals, guitar
  • Tony Markellis – vocals, bass guitar
  • Russ Lawton – vocals, drums
  • Jennifer Hartswick – vocals, trumpet
  • Ray Paczkowski – keyboards
  • Russell Remmington – tenor saxophone, flute
  • Dave Grippo – alt and baritone saxophone
  • Dana Colley – saxophone
  • Rob Volo – trombone
  • Nicholas Payton – trumpet
  • Andy Moroz – trumpet
  • Stacey Brubaker – flute
  • Karen Kevra – flute
  • Ann Greenawalt – oboe, English horn
  • Steve Klimowski – clarinet, bass clarinet
  • Craig Olzenak – bass clarinet
  • Margaret Phillips – bassoon
  • Shelagh Abate – French horn
  • Jocelyn Crawford – French horn
  • Mike Hopkins – double bass
  • Cyro Baptista – percussion
  • Curtis King Jr. – vocals
  • Lisa Fisher – vocals
  • David Gusacov – violin
  • Laura Markowitz – violin
  • Ana Ruesink – viola
  • John Dunlop – cello
  • Peter Wilson – timpani
  • Tom Toner – marimba

Track listing:

  1. Alive Again
  2. Cayman Review
  3. Push On ‘Til the Day
  4. Night Speaks to a Woman
  5. Flock of Words
  6. Money, Love and Change
  7. Drifting
  8. At the Gazebo
  9. Mister Completely
  10. Ray Dawn Balloon
  11. Last Tube
  12. Ether Sunday

On April 29, 1996.

On April 29, 1996, “Setanta” label released “Casanova”, the fourth Divine Comedy studio album. It was June 1995 – January 1996, and was produced by Darren Allison and Neil Hannon.

Personnel:

  • Neil Hannon– vocals, bass, guitar, percussion, piano, , Wurlitzer, Hammond organ, tympani, arranger, art direction
  • Darren Allison– drums, percussion, engineer, mixing
  • John Allen – celeste, whistle
  • Joby Talbot– piano, alto saxophone, orchestration, arranger, conductor,
  • Bryan Mills – bass
  • Rebecca Hayes – violin
  • Yuri Kalnitz – violin
  • Emile Chitikov – violin
  • Eos Counsell – violin
  • Mark Knight– violin
  • Alison Fletcher – violin, viola
  • Anna Giddey – violin
  • Alex Postlethwaite – violin
  • Laura Samuel – violin
  • Padraic Savage– violin
  • Alice Pratley – violin
  • Charlotte Glasson – viola
  • Ruth Goldstein – cello
  • Kathy Brown – cello
  • Joe Richards – cello
  • Chris Worsey – cello
  • Jane Watkins – cello
  • Alex McRonald – flute
  • Adrian Roach – oboe
  • Titch Walker – trumpet
  • Jane Butterfield – trombone
  • Robin Hayward – tuba
  • Alice Reynolds – laughs
  • Andy Chase – engineer, mixing
  • Tom Gurling – assistant engineer
  • Chris Scard – assistant engineer
  • Robbie Kazandjian – assistant engineer
  • Paul Mysiak – assistant engineer
  • Darren Nash – assistant engineer
  • Gerard Navarro – assistant engineer
  • Gareth Parton – assistant engineer
  • Ian Cooper – mastering
  • Rob Crane – design
  • Kevin Westenberg – art direction, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Neil Hannon.

  1. Something for the Weekend
  2. Becoming More Like Alfie
  3. Middle-Class Heroes
  4. In & Out of Paris & London
  5. Charge
  6. Songs of Love
  7. The Frog Princess
  8. A Woman of the World
  9. Through a Long & Sleepless Night
  10. Theme from Casanova
  11. The Dogs & the Horsess