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On January 13, 2017.

On January 13, 2017, “Glassnote Records” label released “Gentlewoman, Ruby Man”, a cover album by Flo Morrissey and Matthew E. White. It was recorded in 2016, at “Montrose Recording” in Richmond, VA, and was produced by Matthew E. White.

Personnel:

  • Matthew E. White – vocals
  • Flo Morrissey – vocals
  • Allan Parker – guitar
  • Devonne Harris – keyboards
  • Cameron Raiston – bass
  • Pinson Chanselle – drums, percussion
  • Adrian Olsen – engineer, mixing
  • Vlado Meller – mastering
  • Alexandra Spalding – technician
  • Joel Speasmaker – art direction
  • Anouska Beckwith – photography
  • Cameron Lewis – photography
  • Jethro Waters – photography

Track listing:

  1. Look at What the Light Did Now – Kyle Field
  2. Thinking ‘Bout You – Frank Ocean
  3. Looking for You – Nino Ferrer
  4. The Color of Anything – James Blake
  5. Everybody Loves the Sunshine – Roy Ayers
  6. Grease – Barry Gibb
  7. Suzanne – Leonard Cohen
  8. Sunday Morning – Lou Reed, John Cale
  9. Heaven Can Wait – Charlotte Gainsbvourg
  10. Govindam – George Harrison

On December 10, 1993.

On December 10, 1993, “Metropolis” label released “Soli Deo Gloria”, the debut Apoptygma Berzerk studio album. It was recorded in 1993, at “Wintergarden Studio in Fredrikstad, Norway, “Apoptygma Sound Lab”, and was produced by Erik Wøllo, and Stephan Grotheks. 

  • Stephan Grotheks – vocals, guitar, synthesizer, samples,  programming, engineer
  • Per Aksel Lundgreen – keyboards
  • Anders Olden – guitar
  • Jimmy Bergsten – vocals
  • Erik Wøllo – arranger
  • Christian Bloom – Apoptygma logo
  • Albrecht Dürer – artwork
  • Subtopia – design, photography
  • Malin Syversen – Bellybutton photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Stephan Grotheks, except where noted.

  1. Like Blood from the Beloved, Part 1
  2. Bitch
  3. Burnin’ Heretic
  4. Stitch
  5. Walk With Me
  6. Backdraft
  7. Arp (808 Edit)
  8. Spiritual Reality
  9. Skyscraping (Schizophreniac)
  10. All Tomorrow’s Parties – Lou Reed
  11. Ashes to Ashes 93
  12. Like Blood from the Beloved, Part 2

On November 7, 2017.

On November 7, 2017, Pentti “Whitey” Glan died aged 71. He was musician (drums), member of the band The Rogues (later Mandala), performed and recorded with Bette Midler, John Kay, American Flyer, Bush, Klaatu, Anne Murray, Domenic Trolano, David Wilcox, Downchild Blues Band, Alice Cooper, and Lou Reed.

On October 24, 2000.

On October 24, 2000, “Tzadik” label released “Street of Lost Brothers”, album by Gary Lucas. It was recorded in 2000, at “LoHo Studios”, National Taiwan University, in Taipei, “Sound Dimensions”, and was produced by Gary Lucas.

Personnel:

  • Gary Lucas – vocals, acoustic, electric, slide and steel guitar, engineering
  • Ernie Brooks – bass guitar
  • Jason Candler – bass guitar, engineering
  • Peter Eng – bass guitar
  • Larry Fine – vocals
  • Hank Frisch – harmonica
  • Jesper Gadeliu – guitar
  • Walter Horn – piano, sampler, synthesizer
  • Kenny Hurwitz – vocals
  • Jonathan Kane – drums
  • Kenny – vocals
  • Aldo Tsang – drums
  • John Zorn – alto saxophone
  • Rob McCabe – engineering
  • Tim Powell – engineering
  • Allan Tucker – mastering
  • Andreas Neumann-Nochten – illustrations
  • Heung-Heung “Chippy” Chin – design
  • Hendrik Leitmann – photography
  • Arjen Veldt – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Lucas, except where noted.

  1. Yigdal – traditional
  2. The Opener of the Way
  3. That’s My Life
  4. Mahzel (Means Good Luck)
  5. It’s Like a Wheel
  6. European Son – John Cale, Sterling Morrison, Lou Reed, Maureen Tucker
  7. I Kill You for Nothing
  8. Ride of the Valkyries – Richard Wagner
  9. Let My People Go – traditional
  10. Level the Playing Field
  11. Sh’ma – traditional
  12. The Tel Aviv Ghetto Fighter’s Song

On October 19, 1995.

On October 19, 1995, Donald Eugene Cherry died aged 58. He was a musician (trumpet), one of the pioneers in world fusion in the 60s and 70s. Cherry recorded and performed with a number of musicians and bands including Ornette Coleman, Paul Bley, Sonny Rollins, New York Contemporary Five, Naná Vasconcelos, La Monte Young, Abdullah Ibrahim, Carla Bley, Charlie Haden, Allen Ginsberg, Charles Brackeen, Codona, Albert Ayler, Clifford Jordan, Steve Lacy, Michael Mantler, Sunny Murray, Jim Pepper, George Russell, Sun Ra, Lou Reed, Charlie Rouse, Albert Heath, James Mtume, Herbie Hancock, Ed Blackwell, Steve Hillage, Collin Walcott, Latif Khan, Johnny Dyani, Masahiko Togashi, Bengt Berger, Rip Rig + Panic, Bengt Berger Bitter Funeral Beer Band, Dag Vag, Frank Lowe, Jai Uttal, and Ed Blackwell.

On September 6, 2019.

On September 6, 2019, “Caroline International” and “Loma Vista Recordings” labels, released “Free”, the eighteenth Iggy Pop studio album. It was recorded in 2019, at “Elite Music Studios”, “Neutral Sound Studios”, “On Two Pass It Studio”, “Red Bird Studio”, “The Bunker Studio”, and was produced by Leon Thomas and Noveller.

Personnel:

  • Iggy Pop – vocals
  • Leron Thomas – trumpet, keyboards
  • Noveller (Sarah Lipstate) – guitar “guitarscape”
  • Kenny Ruby – bass, piano, synthesizer
  • Tibo Brandalise – drums
  • Grégoire Fauque – guitar
  • Aaron Nevezie – guitar, bass, keyboards
  • Chris Berry – drums
  • Thomas Glass – drums
  • Robin Sherman – bass
  • Ari Teitel – guitar
  • Faith Vern – vocals
  • Florian Pellissier – keyboards
  • Rafael Cadevieco, Andrew Block, Laurent De Boisgisson, Andrew Fellus, Aaron Nevezie, Kenny Ruby, Stephane Comon – engineer
  • Rangeard Mickael – mixing, mastering
  • Tomato – artwork, design
  • NP Novak – photography (front and back cover photos from the short film “The Dawn”)
  • Harmony Korine – inner sleeve photography

Track listing:

  1. Free – Iggy Pop, Noveller, Leon Thomas
  2. Loves Missing – Iggy Pop, Noveller, Leon Thomas
  3. Sonali – Ruby Sylvian, Noveller, Leon Thomas
  4. James Bond – Noveller, Leon Thomas
  5. Dirty Sanchez – Noveller, Leon Thomas
  6. Glow in the Dark – Noveller, Leon Thomas
  7. Page – Noveller, Leon Thomas
  8. We Are the People – lyrics by Lou Reed, music by Noveller, Leon Thomas
  9. Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night – lyrics by Dylan Thomas, music by Noveller, Leon Thomas
  10. The Dawn – Osterberg Jr. Noveller

 

On June 14, 1993.

On June 14, 1993, “Virgin” label released “Liberator”, the ninth Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark album. It was recorded in 1993, at “The Pink Museum” and “The Ministry” in Liverpool, and was produced by Andy McCluskey, Phil Coxon, and Barry White.

Personnel:

  • Andy McCluskey– programming
  • Phil Coxon– programming
  • Beverly Reppion – backing vocals
  • Nathalie James – backing vocals
  • Doreen Edwards – backing vocals
  • Stuart Boyle – guitar
  • Nigel Ipinson– piano, arrangement
  • Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares– a sample from “Bezrodna Nevesta” is used in track 7
  • Mark Phythian – engineer
  • Paul Butcher – assistant engineer
  • Ian Collins – assistant engineer
  • Pat O’Shaughnessy – assistant engineer
  • Mike Hunter – assistant engineer
  • Andrea Wright – assistant engineer
  • Tony Cousins – mastering
  • Gregg Jackman – mixing
  • Niall Flynn – assistant mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Andy McCluskey, except where noted.

  1. Stand Above Me – Andy McCluskey, Stuart Kershaw, Lloyd Massett
  2. Everyday – Andy McCluskey, Paul Humphreys, Stuart Kershaw
  3. King of Stone
  4. Dollar Girl
  5. Dream of Me (Based on Love’s Theme) – Andy McCluskey, Barry White
  6. Sunday Morning – Lou Reed, John Cale
  7. Agnus Day – Andy McCluskey, Christopher Tye, Shopsko
  8. Love and Hate You
  9. Heaven Is
  10. Best Years of Our Lives – Andy McCluskey, Stuart Kershaw
  11. Christine – Andy McCluskey, Stuart Kershaw
  12. Only Tears – Andy McCluskey, Stuart Kershaw

On May 28, 2020.

On May 28, 2020, Robert J. Kulick died aged 70. He was musician (guitar) and producer, best known for his studio work with Kiss,  Kulick has also worked with Lou Reed, Diana Ross, Paul Stanley,  W.A.S.P.,  Neverland Express, Meat Loaf, Michael Bolton, Doro, Balance, Motörhead, Tim Curry, Alice Cooper, Mark Farner, Janis Ian, Was (Not Was), Kris Hadlock, Spys, Blackthorne, David Glen Eisley, Skull, Michael Wendroff and Random Blues Band. As a leader Kulick recorded one album, “Skeletons in the Closet” in 2017.

On December 20, 1979.

On December 20, 1979, “Hansa” label released (Japan, Canada and Germany) “Quiet Life”, the third Japan studio album. It was recorded in June 1979, at “Air Studios” in London, and was produced by John Punter, Simon Napier-Bell, David Sylvian, Rob Dean, Richard Barbieri, Mick Karn and Steve Jansen.

Personnel:

  • David Sylvian– lead vocals, guitar
  • Rob Dean– guitar, backing vocals
  • Richard Barbieri– synthesizer, keyboards
  • Mick Karn– bass, saxophone, flute, backing vocals
  • Steve Jansen– drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Ann Odell – orchestralarrangements
  • Martyn Ford– orchestral conduction
  • John Punter – engineering
  • Colin Fairley – engineering
  • Keith Bessey – engineering

Track listing:

All tracks by David Sylvian, except where noted.

  1. Quiet Life
  2. Fall in Love With Me
  3. Despair
  4. In Vogue
  5. Halloween
  6. All Tomorrow’s Parties – Lou Reed
  7. Alien
  8. The Other Side of Life