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In November 1972.

In November 1972, “Epic” label released “Ennismore”, the second Colin Blunstone studio album. It was recorded in 1972, at “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by Rod Argent and Chris White.

Personnel:

  • Colin Blunstone – vocals; guitar
  • Rod Argent – piano; keyboards
  • Russ Ballard – guitar; piano; keyboards
  • Steve Bingham – bass guitar
  • Jim Rodford – bass guitar
  • Robert Henrit – drums
  • Byron Lye Foot – drums
  • Jim Toomey – drums
  • Terry Poole – drums; bass guitar
  • Phil Dennys – piano; keyboards
  • Pete Wingfield – piano; keyboards
  • Derek Griffiths – guitar
  • Michael Snow – guitar; keyboards
  • Chris Gunning – string arrangements
  • Dan Loggins – adviser
  • Peter Vince – engineer
  • Steve Campbell – cover photography
  • David Lowe – photography

Track listing:

  1. I Don’t Believe in Miracles – Russ Ballard
  2. Quartet: Exclusively for Me – Colin Blunstone, David Jones
  3. Quartet: A Sign from Me to You – Colin Blunstone
  4. Quartet: Every Sound I Heard – Colin Blunstone, David Jones
  5. Quartet: How Wrong Can One Man Be – Colin Blunstone
  6. I Want Some More – Colin Blunstone
  7. Pay Me Later – Colin Blunstone, Phil Dennys
  8. Andorra – Rod Argent, Chris White
  9. I’ve Always Had You – Colin Blunstone
  10. Time’s Running Out – Colin Blunstone
  11. How Could We Dare to Be Wrong – Colin Blunstone, Phil Dennys

On November 22, 2019.

On November 22, 2010, “Parlaphone” label released “Everyday Life”, the eighth Coldplay studio album. It was recorded 2007 – 2008 and 2018 – 2019, at “The Bakery”, “The Beehive” in London, and in Umbria, Italy, and was produced by Rik Simpson, Daniel Green, Bill Rahko, Angel Lopez, Federico Vindver and Max Martin.

Personnel:

  • Chris Martin – lead vocals, guitars, piano, keyboards
  • Guy Berryman – bass guitar, percussion
  • Will Champion – drums and percussion, guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Jonny Buckland – guitars, keyboards
  • Aluna – choir
  • Garine Antreassian – choir
  • Jocelyn ‘Jozzy’ Donald – choir
  • Nadeen Fanous – choir
  • Marwa Kreitem – choir
  • Apple Martin – choir
  • Moses Martin – choir
  • Bashar Murad – choir
  • Ben Oerlemans – choir
  • Bill Rahko – choir
  • Norah Shaqur – choir vocal
  • Stromae – vocals
  • Omorinmade Anikulapo-Kuti – alto saxophone
  • Babatunde Ankra – trombone
  • Drew Goddard – guitar
  • Daniel Green – keyboards
  • Samir Joubran – oud
  • Wissam Joubran – oud
  • Adnan Joubran – oud
  • Femi Kuti – horn
  • Made Kuti – orchestrionics
  • Ayoola Magbagbeola – tenor saxophone
  • Max Martin – keyboards
  • Gbenga Ogundeji – trumpet
  • Bill Rahko – keyboards
  • Davide Rossi – strings
  • Rik Simpson – keyboards
  • Daniel Green – programming
  • Max Martin – programming
  • Bill Rahko – programming
  • Rik Simpson – programming
  • Mark “Spike” Stent – mixing
  • Emily Lazar – mastering
  • Erwan Abbas – assistant engineering
  • Chris Allgood – assistant mastering
  • Lionel Capouillez – additional engineering
  • Michael Freeman – assistant mixing
  • Matt Glasbey – assistant engineering
  • Pierre Houle – additional engineering
  • Adnan Joubran – additional engineering
  • Matt Latham – assistant engineering
  • Baptiste Leroy – assistant engineering
  • Bastien Lozier – additional engineering
  • Issam Murad – assistant engineering
  • Lance Robinson – additional engineering
  • Davide Rossi – additional engineering
  • Anthony De Souza – assistant engineering
  • Federico Vindver – additional engineering
  • Matt Wolach – assistant mixing

Track listing:

  1. Sunrise – Guy Berryman, Johhny Buckland, Will Campion, Chris Martin, Davide Rossi
  2. Church – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Amjad Sabri, Davide Rossi, Mikkel Eriksen, Tor Hermansen, Jacob Collier Norah Shaqur
  3. Trouble in Town – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
  4. Broken – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
  5. Daddy – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
  6. WOTW/POTP – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
  7. Arabesque – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Drew Goddard, Femi Kuti, Paul Van haver
  8. When I Need a Friend – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
  9. Guns – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
  10. Orphans – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Moses Martin
  11. Eko – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Moses Martin
  12. Cry Cry Cry – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Moses Martin, Jacob Collier, Bertrand Berns, Jerry Ragovoy
  13. Old Friends – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin
  14. بنی آدم – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Alice Coltrane, Harcourt White, Saadi Shirazi
  15. Champion of the World – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Andy Monaghan, Scott Hutchinson, Simon Liddell
  16. Everyday Life – Guy Berryman, Johnny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, John Metcalfe

On November 18, 1974.

On November 18, 1974, “Purple” label released “The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper’s Feast”, the second Roger Glover album. It is a concept album based on the children’s poem of a similar title. It was recorded in 1974, at “Kingsway Recorders” in London, and was produced by Roger Glover, and Alan G. Rainer.

Personnel:

  • Roger Glover – bass guitar, synthesizer, piano, guitar, percussion, backing vocals
  • Ian Gillan – vocals
  • Tony Ashton – vocals
  • Helen Chappelle – vocals
  • David Coverdale – vocals
  • Ronnie James Dio – vocals
  • John Goodison – vocals
  • John Gustafson – vocals
  • Jimmy Helms – vocals
  • Glenn Hughes – vocals
  • Judi Kuhl – vocals, backing vocals
  • Neil Lancaster – vocals
  • John Lawton – vocals
  • Micky Lee Soule – vocals
  • Barry St. John – vocals
  • Liza Strike – vocals
  • Kay Garner – backing vocals
  • Joanne Williams – backing vocals
  • Jon Lord – piano
  • Mike Moran – piano
  • Ann Odell – piano
  • Eddie Hardin – vocals, background vocals, keyboards
  • Ray Fenwick – guitar
  • Eddie Jobson – violin
  • Chris Karan – tabla
  • Robin Thompson – bassoon
  • Nigel Watson – saw
  • Jack Emblow – accordion
  • Michael Giles – drums
  • Les Binks – drums
  • The Mountain Fjord Orchestra led by David Woodcock and conducted by Martin Ford, John Bell and Del Newman
  • The album cover design is from Alan Aldridge‘s design for a 1973 book based on the poem “The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper’s Feast”

Track listing:

All tracks by Roger Glover, except where noted.

  1. Dawn
  2. Get Ready
  3. Saffron Dormouse and Lizzy Bee
  4. Harlequin Hare – Roger Glover, Ronnie James Dio, Micky Lee Soule
  5. Old Blind Mole
  6. Magician Moth
  7. No Solution
  8. Behind the Smile
  9. Fly Away
  10. Aranea
  11. Sitting in a Dream
  12. Waiting
  13. Sir Maximus Mouse
  14. Dreams of Sir Bedivere
  15. Together Ahain – Roger Glover, Ronnie James Dio, Micky Lee Soule
  16.  Watch Out for the Bat
  17. The Feast
  18. Love is All – Roger Glover, Eddie Hardin, Ronnie James Dio
  19. Homeward – Roger Glover, Eddie Hardin

On November 17, 1975.

On November 17, 1975, “Nemperor Records” label released “Teaser”, the debut Tommy Bolin album. It was recorded in July 1975 at “The Record Plant” in Los Angeles, “Electric Lady Studios” in New York City, “Trident Studios” in London, and was produced by Tommy Bolin and Lee Kiefer.

Personnel:

  • Tommy Bolin – lead vocals, guitar
  • Stanley Sheldon – bass
  • Paul Stallworth – bass
  • Dave Foster – piano, synthesizer
  • Jan Hammer – synthesizer, drums
  • Ron Fransen – piano
  • David Sanborn – saxophone
  • Jeff Porcaro – drums
  • Prairie Prince – drums
  • Michael Walden – drums
  • Bobbie Berge – drums
  • Phil Collins – percussion
  • Sammy Figueroa – percussion
  • Rafael Cruz – percussion
  • Dave Brown – background vocals
  • Lee Kiefer – background vocals

Track listing:

  1. The Grind – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook, Stanley Sheldon, John Tesar
  2. Homeward Strut – Tommy Bolin
  3. Dreamer – Jeff Cook
  4. Savannah Woman – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  5. Teaser – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  6. People, People – Tommy Bolin
  7. Marching Powder – Tommy Bolin
  8. Wild Dogs –  Tommy Bolin, John Tesar
  9. Lotus – Tommy Bolin, John Tesar

On November 16, 2018.

On November 16, 2018, “Studio 13” label released “Merrie Land”, the second and final studio The Good, the Bad & the Queen studio album. It was recorded 2017 – 2018, at “Studio 13” in London, and was produced by Tony Visconti, Damon Albarn, Tony Allen, Paul Simonon, and Simon Tong.

Personnel:

  • Damon Albarn – vocals, ARP synthesizer, Farfisa organ, keyboards, mellotron, organ, piano, theremin, percussion, engineer
  • Paul Simonon – vocals, background vocals, bass, percussion, creative director, artwork
  • Simon Tong – vocals, background vocals, guitar
  • Tony Allen – guitar, drums
  • Tony Visconti – vocals, engineer
  • The Demon Strings – strings
  • Antonia Pagulatos – violin
  • Kotono Sato – violin
  • Stella Page – viola
  • Isabelle Dunn – cello
  • Kate St. John – oboe, Cor Anglais
  • Michael “Bami” Rose – saxophone
  • Lucas Petter – trombone
  • Chris Storr – trumpet
  • Eddie “Tan Tan” Thornton – trumpet
  • Gareth Humphreys – bassoon
  • Gerry Diver – tin whistle
  • Owain Arwel Davies – choir arrangements, conductor
  • Stephen Sedgwick – engineer, mixing
  • John Davis – mastering
  • Robert Gordon McHarg III – art direction
  • Chris Musto – layout
  • Herbert Mason – cover photo

Track listing:

All lyrics by Damon Albarn; all music is composed by Damon Albarn, Tony Allen, Paul Simonon, Simon Tong and Tony Visconti.

  1. Introduction
  2. Merrie Land
  3. Gun to the Head
  4. Nineteen Seventeen
  5. The Great Fire
  6. Lady Boston
  7. Drifters & Trawlers
  8. The Truce of Twilight
  9. Ribbons
  10. The last Man to Leave
  11. The Poison Tree

On November 15, 2019.

On November 15, 2019, “Lucky Dog Recordings” label released “No Treasure but Hope”, the twelfth Tindersticks studio album. it was recorded April – May 2019, at “Midlive” in Paris, “Rak Studios”, and “Eastcote Studios” in London, and was produced by Stuart A. Staples.

Personnel:

  • Stuart A. Staples – vocals, acoustic rhythm guitar,artwork
  • David Boulter – vibraphone, organ, piano
  • Neil Fraser – electric guitar
  • Dan McKinna – double bass, backing vocals, piano, string and horn arrangements
  • Earl Harvin – percussion, backing vocals
  • Natalia Bonner – violin
  • Calina de la Mare – violin
  • Alison Dods – violin
  • Terry Edwards – saxophone
  • Adam Goldsmith – bouzouki
  • Howard Gott – violin
  • Matt Gunner – horns
  • Rick Coster – violin
  • Laura Melhuish – violin
  • Andy Nice – cello
  • Kate Robinson – violin
  • Rachel Robson – viola
  • Tom Rumsby – horns
  • Sophie Sirota – viola
  • Rob Spriggs – viola
  • Richard Steggall – horns
  • Stanley Staples – acoustic rhythm guitar
  • Lucy Wilkins – violin
  • Sarah Willson – cello
  • Richard Dumas – artwork
  • Côme Jalibert – field recording
  • Suzanne Osborne – artwork

Track listing:

All track by Stuart A. Staples except where noted.

  1. For the Beauty – Dan McKinna, Stuart A. Staples
  2. The Amputees – Dan McKinna, Stuart A. Staples
  3. Trees Fall
  4. Pinky in the Daylight
  5. Carousel
  6. Take Care in Your Dreams – Dan McKinna, David Boulter, Neil Fraser, Stuart S. Staples
  7. See My Girls
  8. The Old Mans Gait – David Boulter, Stuart A. Staples
  9. Tough Love – David Boulter, Stuart A. Staples
  10. No Treasure but Hope

On November 14, 2000.

On November 14, 2000, “Snapper” label released “Head First”, the tenth and final Badfinger studio album. It was recorded December 1974–January 1975, at “Apple Studios” in London, and was produced by Kenny Kerner and Richie Wise.

Personnel:

  • Pete Ham – vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Tom Evans – vocals, bass, synthesizer
  • Bob Jackson – vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Mike Gibbins – vocals, drums, percussion

Personnel

  1. Lay Me Down
  2. Turn Around
  3. Keep Believing
  4. Rockin’ Machine
  5. Passed Fast
  6. Saville Row
  7. Moonshine
  8. Rock and Roll Contract
  9. Back Again
  10. Hey, Mr. Manager

On November 14, 1975.

On November 14, 1975, “Pye” label released “Modern Masquerades”, the fourth and final Fruupp studio album. It was recorded August – September 1975, at “Basing Street Studios” in London, and was produced by Ian McDonald.

Personnel:

  • Peter Farrelly – lead vocals, bass guitar
  • John Mason – vocals, keyboards, vibes, French horn arrangements
  • Vincent McCusker – vocals, lead guitars
  • Martin Foye – vocals, drums, percussion
  • Ian McDonald – alto saxophone, percussion, French horn arrangements
  • Greg Bowen – trumpet
  • Terry Johnes – French horns
  • Barry Castle – French horns
  • Frank Ryecroft – French horns
  • Peter Civil – French horns
  • Chris Kimsey – engineer
  • Dave Hutchins – assistant engineer
  • Martin Cropper – art direction
  • Richard Strong – art direction
  • Robert Howe – illustration
  • Martin Goddard – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Vincent McCusker, except where noted.

  1. Misty Morning Way
  2. Masquerading with Dawn
  3. Gormenghast – John Mason
  4. Mystery Might
  5. Why
  6. Janet Planet – Paul Charles
  7. Sheba’s Song – Paul Charles

In November 1968.

In November 1970, “Polydor” label released “2 Years On”, the eighth Bee Gees studio album. It was recorded June – October 1970, at “BBC Studios” in London, and was produced by Robert Stigwood,

Personnel:

  • Barry Gibb – lead, harmony and backing vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Robin Gibb – lead, harmony and backing vocals
  • Maurice Gibb – lead, harmony and backing vocals, bass guitar; lead and rhythm guitars; piano
  • Geoff Bridgford – drums
  • Bill Shepherd – orchestral arrangement
  • Gerry Shury – orchestral arrangement
  • John Stewart – engineer

Track listing:

  1. 2 Years On – Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb
  2. Portrait of Louise – Barry Gibb
  3. Man For All Seasons – Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb
  4. Sincere Relation – Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb
  5. Back Home – Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb
  6. The 1st Mistake I Made – Barry Gibb
  7. Lonely Days – Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb
  8. Alone Again – Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb
  9. Tell Me Why – Barry Gibb
  10. Lay It On Me – Maurice Gibb
  11. Every Second, Every Minute – Barry Gibb
  12. I’m Weeping – Robin Gibb

On November 10, 1972.

On November 10, 1972, “Harvest” label released “Baby James Harvest”, the fourth Barclay James Harvest album. It was recorded in September 1972, at “Strawberry Studios” in Stockport, “EMI Studios” and “Abbey Road Studios” in London,

Personnel:

  • Les Holroyd – vocals, bass, acoustic guitar, piano, organ, mellotron
  • John Lees – vocals, acoustic, electric and 12 strings guitar, sound effects
  • Woolly Wolstenholme – vocals, organ, piano, bells, tam tam, outro arrangement
  • Mel Pritchard – drums, percussion
  • Barry Thompson – alto saxophone
  • Bill Newton – alto saxophone
  • Norman Brown – tenor saxophone
  • Mat Whitworth – tenor saxophone
  • George Watts – baritone saxophone
  • Dave Browning – trumpet
  • Lennie Moakes – trumpet
  • Don Banks – trumpet
  • Brom Harvey – trumpet
  • Frank Dixon – trombone
  • Miff King – trombone
  • Frank Brierley – trombone
  • Austin Gleave – bass trombone
  • Brian Day – conductor, arrangements
  • Barclay James Harvest Symphony Orchestra – 60 piece ensemble
  • Martyn Ford – conduction, arrangement
  • Alan Travers – leader
  • John Bell – arrangements
  • Peter Tattersall – special effects, sound effects

Tracking listing:

  1. Crazy (Over You) – Les Holroyd
  2. Delph Town Morn – John Lees
  3. Summer Soldier – John Lees
  4. Thank You – John Lees
  5. One Hundred Thousand Smiles Out – Les Holroyd
  6. Moonwater – Woolly Wolstenholme, additional material by John Lees