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On March 11, 2019.

On March 11, 2019, Harold Simon Belsky aka Hal Blaine died aged 90. He was musician (drums) regarded to be one of the most recorded studio drummers in the history of the modern music. He had more than 35,000 recording sessions in various music genres including big number of film and TV soundtracks. He worked with Shelley Fabares, The Crystals, Jan & Dean, The Beach Boys, Dean Martin, Lorne Greene, Gary Lewis & the Playboys, The Byrds, Sonny & Cher, Barry McGuire, Petula Clark, Nancy Sinatra, The Mamas & the Papas, Frank Sinatra, Johnny Rivers, The Supremes, The Association, Simon & Garfunkel, Tommy Roe, The 5th Dimension, Henry Mancini, The Carpenters, Neil Diamond, The Partridge Family, The Raiders, Barbra Streisand, John Denver, Captain & Tennille, Diana Ross, Sam Cooke, Van Dyke Parks, John Lennon, Lulu, Dennis Wilson, Paul Simon, Richard Harris, Glen Campbell, Emitt Rhodes, Art Garfunkel, Juice Newton, Michael Nesmith, Cher, Dusty Springfield, Aretha Franklin, J.J. Cale, José Feliciano, Bobby Darin, Rosanne Cash, Cass Elliot, Rodney Crowell, Dion DiMucci, Paul Anka, Barry Mann, Emmylou Harris, Jackie Lomax, Elkie Brooks, Helen Reddy, John Philips, Thelma Houston and Leonard Cohen. As leader Blaine released five albums.

On March 11, 2003.

On March 11, 2003, “High Note” label released “Smooth Sailing” the 30th and the final Teddy Edwards album. It was recorded in 2001 at “M&I Recording Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Houston Person.

Personnel:

  • Teddy Edwards – tenor saxophone
  • Richard Wyands – piano
  • Ray Drummond – double bass
  • Chip White – drums

Track listing:

  1. Going Home – Teddy Edwards
  2. All Too Soon – Duke Ellington, Carl Sigman
  3. Hank’s Tune – Hank Mobley
  4. Indian Summer – Victor Herbert, Al Dubin
  5. Robbin’s Nest – Illinois Jacquet, Bob Russell
  6. It’s the Talk of the Town – Jerry Livingston, Al J. Neiburg, Marty Symes
  7. Smooth Sailing – Arnett Cobb
  8. Polka Dots and Moonbeams – Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke

On March 11, 1999.

On March 11, 1999, “re:think Records” label released “New Way to Be Human”, the second Switchfoot studio album. It was recorded in 1998, at “re:think Studio” and was produced by Charlie Peacocok.

Personnel:

  • Jon Foreman – vocals, guitar, piano, trumpet
  • Tim Foreman – bass, backing vocals
  • Chad Butler – drums, percussion
  • Tony Miracle – analog synth
  • David Davidson – violin
  • Bob Mason – cello
  • Sam Levine – bass clarinet, flute
  • Mike Haynes – trumpet
  • Mark Douthit – tenor sax
  • Charlie Peacock – orchestration

Track listing:

All tracks are written by Jon Foreman, except where noted.

  1. New Way to Be Human – Jon Foreman, Douglas Kaine McKelvey
  2. Incomplete – Jon Foreman, Tim Foreman
  3. Sooner or Later (Soren’s Song)
  4. Company Car
  5. Let That Be Enough
  6. Something More (Augustine’s Confession)
  7. Only Hope
  8. Amy’s Song
  9. I Turn Everything Over
  10. Under the Floor

On March 11, 1997.

On March 11, 1997, “Touch and Go” label released “Fake Can Be Just as Good”, the third Blonde Redhead studio album. It was recorded in October 1996, at “John & Stu’s” in Seattle, Washington, and was produced by John Goodmanson, Kazu Makino, Amadeo Pace , Vern Rumsey and Simone Pace.

Personnel:

  • Kazu Makino – vocals, guitar
  • Amedeo Pace – vocals, guitar
  • Vern Rumsey – bass
  • Simone Pace – drums, keyboards
  • John Goodmanson – recording, engineer
  • John Siket – mixing
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Kazu Makino, Amedeo Pace and Simone Pace.

  1. Kazuality
  2. Symphony of Treble
  3. Water
  4. Ego Maniac Kid
  5. Bipolar
  6. Pier Paolo
  7. Oh James
  8. Futurism vs. Passéism

On March 11, 1997.

On March 11, 1997, “Thirsty Ear Recordings” label released “York (First Exit to Brooklyn)”, album by The Foetus Symphony Orchestra featuring Lydia Lunch. It was recorded on July 18, 1996, at “The Anchorage” in New York City, and was produced by J. G. Thirlwell.

Personnel:

  • G. Thirlwell– vocals, conch, tin whistle illustrations
  • Steve Bernstein – trumpet, slide trumpet
  • Oren Bloedow– guitar, electric Oud
  • Brian Emrich– bass guitar, EBow, keyboard bass
  • Lydia Lunch– spoken word
  • David Ouimet– trombone
  • Marcus Rojas– tuba, didgeridoo
  • Vinnie Signorelli– drums
  • Rob Sutton – engineering
  • Kurt Wolf – guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by J. G. Thirlwell.

  1. Black Adonis
  2. Crumpled City
  3. Puddlin’ Doorway
  4. Egomaniacs With Insecurity Problems
  5. Arschficken

On March 11, 1997.

On March 11, 1997, “ECM New Series” label released “Volcano Songs”, the tenth Meredith Monk album. It was recorded 1988 – 1994, and was produced by Tina Pelikan

Personnel:

  • Meredith Monk– vocals
  • Allison Easter – vocals, photography
  • Dina Emerson – vocals
  • Katie Geissinger – vocals
  • Harry Huff – piano
  • Nurit Tilles – piano
  • James A. Farber – engineering
  • Jan Erik Kongshaug– engineering
  • Michael Hofstetter – design
  • Tina Pelikan – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Meredith Monk.

Volcano Songs: Duets (1993)

  1. Walking Song
  2. Lost Wind
  3. Hips Dance
  4. Cry 1
  5. New York Requiem

Volcano Songs: Solos (1994)

  1. Offering
  2. Boat Man
  3. Skip Song
  4. Old Lava
  5. Cry 2
  6. Petersburg Waltz
  7. Three Heavens and Hells

From Light Songs (1988)

  1. Click Song #1
  2. Click Song #2

On March 11, 1972.

On March 11, 1972, “Elektra” label released “Heads & Tales”, the debut Harry Chapin album. It was recorded 1971 – 1972, at “Elektra Sound Recorders” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Jac Holzman.

Personnel:

  • Harry Chapin– vocals, guitar
  • Steve Chapin– keyboards
  • Ronald Palmer – vocals, guitar
  • John Wallace– vocals, bass
  • Russ Kunkel- drums, percussion
  • Tim Scott – cello

Track listing:

All tracks by Harry Chapin.

  1. Could You Put Your Light On, Please
  2. Greyhound
  3. Everybody’s Lonely
  4. Sometime, Somewhere Wife
  5. Empty
  6. Taxi
  7. Any Old Kind of Day
  8. Dogtown
  9. Same Sad Singer

 

 

On June 12, 1970.

On June 12, 1970, “Blue Horizon” label released “Accept”, the fourth Chicken Shack studio album. It was recorded December 1, 1969, – March 11, 1970, at “CBS Studios” in London, and was produced by Mike Vernon.

Personnel:

  • Stan Webb– vocals, guitar
  • Paul Raymond– vocals, keyboards
  • Andy Sylvester– bass guitar
  • Dave Bidwell – drums
  • Mike Ross – engineer
  • Terence Ibbott – design, photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Stan Webb and Paul Raymond.

  1. Diary of Your Life
  2. Pocket
  3. Never Ever
  4. Sad Clown
  5. Maudie
  6. Telling Your Fortune
  7. Tired Eyes
  8. Some Other Time
  9. Going Round
  10. Andalucian Blues
  11. You Knew You Did You Did
  12. She Didn’t Use Her Loaf

 

On March 11, 2014.

On March 11, 2014, “Arion Records/Audio Resources” labels released “Ode to Echo”, the fourteenth Glass Hammer studio album. It was recorded in 2013, at “Sound Resources” in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and was produced by Fred Schendel and Steve Babb.

Personnel:

  • Carl Groves – lead vocals
  • Jon Davison– lead and backing vocals
  • Susie Bogdanowicz – lead and backing vocals
  • Alan Shikoh – electricacoustic and classical guitars, electric sitar
  • Steve Babb – bass, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Fred Schendel – keyboards, guitars, backing vocals
  • Aaron Raulston – drums
  • Walter Moore – vocals
  • Michelle Young– backing vocals
  • Randy Jackson– guitar, backing vocas
  • David Ragsdale- violin
  • Rob Reed – piano, Minimoogsolo
  • Bob Katz- mastering
  • Bret Noblitt – precision audio
  • Michał Xaay Loranc – cover, artwork, logo design
  • Julie Babb – band photography

Track listing:

  1. Garden of Hedon – lyrics by Carl Groves, music by Alan Shikoh, Fred Schendel, Steve Babb, Carl Groves
  2. Misantrog – lyrics by Carl Groves, music by Fred Schendel, Carl Groves
  3. Crowbone – lyrics by Robert Low, music by Fred Schendel
  4. I Am I – lyrics by Steve Babb, music by Steve Babb, Fred Schendel
  5. The Grey Hills – Steve Babb, music by Steve Babb, Carl Groves
  6. Porpoise Song – Gerry Goffin, Carole King
  7. Panegyric – Fred Schendell
  8. Ozymandias – lyrics by Carl Groves, music by Steve Babb, Carl Groves

 

 

 

On March 11, 1983.

On March 11, 1983, “Mirage Music” label released “Adventures in the Land of the Good Groove”, the first Nile Rodgers solo album. It was recorded in 1983, at “The Power Station” in New York City, and was produced by Nile Rodgers.

Personnel:

  • Nile Rodgers– lead and backing vocals, drums, guitar, keyboards
  • Sarah Dash– lead vocals
  • Carmine Rojas, Curtis King, David Spinner, Eddie Martinez, Fonzi Thornton, Frank Simms, George Simms, John Wright, Kenny Williams, Phillip Balou, Rachel Sweet– backing vocals
  • Bernard Edwards– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Thompson– drums, backing vocals
  • Jeremy Steele – guitar
  • Raymond Jones – piano, keyboards
  • Rob Sabino– keyboards
  • Jason Corsaro – sound engineer
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Nile Rodgers.

  1. The Land of the Good Groove
  2. Yum-Yum
  3. Beet
  4. Get Her Crazy
  5. It’s All In Your Hands
  6. Rock Bottom
  7. My Love Song fort You
  8. Most Down