On March 14, 1995, “Sub Rosa” label released “Subsonic 2: Bass Terror”, album by Bill Laswell and Nicholas Bullen. It was recorded in 1994, at “Greenpoint Studios”in Brooklyn, New York, and was produced by Bill Laswell and Nicholas Bullen.
Nicholas Bullen – prepared bass guitar, electronics
On March 14, 1991, Jerome Solon Felder aka Doc Pomus died aged 65. He was singer and songwriter, co-writer (together with Mort Shuman) of big number of hits, many of them became rock and roll standards, including: “A Teenager in Love”, “Save The Last Dance For Me”, “Hushabye”, “This Magic Moment”, “Turn Me Loose”, “Sweets For My Sweet”, “Go, Jimmy, Go”, “Little Sister”, “Can’t Get Used to Losing You”, “Suspicion”, “Surrender” and “His Latest Flame”. He also co-wrote with Phil Spector few successful tracks including “Young Boy Blues”, “Ecstasy”, “First Taste of Love” and “What Am I to Do?” His songs were performed by hundreds of artists including The Beatles, Ray Charles, Elvis Presley, Elvis Costello, Dean Martin, Andy Williams, Bad Company, Leonard Cohen, Van Morrison, Led Zeppelin, Bruce Springsteen, Michael Buble, Dolly Parton, Joe Cocker, ZZ Top, Emmy Lou Harris, Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson, Harry Nilsson, John Hiatt, The Beach Boys, B.B. King, Dion, The New York Dolls, Shawn Colvin and Los Lobos. As singer Pomus performed with Milt Jackson, Mickey Baker, and King Curtis. In 1991 he was inducted into the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”, in 1992, in the “Songwriters Hall of Fame”, and in 2012 into the “Blues Hall of Fame”.
On March 14, 2016, “Moonlee Records” label released “Politika”, the fourth Bernays Propaganda album. It was recorded May – November 2015, at Deni Krstev’s home studio in Skopje, Macedonia, and was produced by Vasko Atanasovski.
Vasko Atanasovski – guitar, bass guitar
Kristina Gorovska – vocal, design
Sasha Pavlovic – bass guitar
Deni Krstev – synthesizers, drum programming
Ljupco Jovanovski – cover photography
All lyrics by Kristina Gorovska except where noted, all music by Vasko Atanasovski except where noted.
Lazi me, lazi me
Ne sum veke ubava – music by Kristina Gorovska
Sakav da se zaljubam – lyrics by Vasko Atanasovski
Politika II (I ke dojde vreme) – lyrics and music by Ohridski Trubaduri
On March 14, 2000, “Slow River Records” label released “Home”, the second Josh Rouse studio album. It was recorded in 1999, at “True Tone Studio” in Nashville, “Alex the Great” in Berry Hill, Tennessee, and was produced by Brad Jones, David Henry and Josh Rouse.
Josh Rouse – vocals, guitar
David Henry – bass, cello, engineer
Brad Jones – piano, bass, chamberlain, marimba, additional engineering
On March 14, 1995, “Atlantic” label released the self-titled, second Collective Soul studio album. It was recorded October – December 1994, at “Criteria Studios” in Miami, Florida, and was produced by Ed Roland and Matt Serletic.
On March 14, 2020, Neil Andrew Megson aka Genesis Breyer P-Orridge died aged 70. He was singer-songwriter, musician, poet, performance artist, and occultist, founder of the COUM Transmissions artistic collective, lead vocalist of the bands Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV.
On March 14, 2000, “Epic” label released “Engines of Creation”, the eighth Joe Satriani album. It was recorded in 1999, at “Chateau FAF” in Los Angeles, “Avatar Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Joe Satriani, Eric Caudieux and Kevin Shirley.
Joe Satriani– guitar, keyboard, programming, arrangements
Eric Caudieux– keyboards, bass, programming, arrangement, editing, engineer, mixing
On March 14, 2011, “Parlaphone” label released “The Most Incredible Thing”, album by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe. It featured music for the 2011 ballet of same name, based on 1870 fairy tale by Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. It was recorded 2009 – 2010, and was produced by Sven Helbig, Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe. Wrocław Score Orchestra was recorded by “Teldex Studio Berlin” in the “Concert Hall of Polish Radio” in Wrocław, Poland