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On March 20, 2020.

On March 20, 2020, “BMG” label released “I Am Not a Dog on a Chain” the thirteenth Morrissey studio album. It was recorded in 2019, at “Studio La Fabrique” in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France, “Sunset Sound” in Hollywood, and was produced by Joe Chiccarelli.

Personnel:

  • Morrissey – vocals
  • Boz Boorer – saxophone, acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, zither, clarinet, saxophone, string arrangements
  • Roger Manning – harmonium, horn, Mellotron, organ, piano, synthesizer, backing vocals, string arrangements
  • Gustavo Manzur – accordion, nylon string guitar, Mellotron, piano, synthesizer, drum programming, backing vocals
  • Greg Leisz – pedal steel guitar
  • Jesse Tobias – acoustic and electric guitars, recitation, electric sitar
  • Matt Walker – drums, percussion
  • Mando Lopez – bass guitar
  • Sean Hurley – bass guitar
  • Victor Indrizzo – drums
  • Danny Levin – trumpet
  • David Ralicke – saxophone
  • Bridget Regan – fiddle
  • Thelma Houston – vocals
  • Joe Chiccarelli – synthesizer, drum programming, engineerMike Daly – synthesizer, drum programming
  • Daniel Cayotte – recitation
  • Sally Chae – backing vocals
  • Glendale Tab & Apple Choir – vocals
  • Karla Manzur – backing vocals
  • Rose Mary – laughing
  • Megan Sluiter – laughing
  • Miro La Gagioia – assistant engineering
  • Ken Sluiter – mixing
  • Emily Lazar – mastering
  • Chris Allgood – assistant mastering
  • Liam Lynch – artwork, design
  • John Fekner – photography
  • Chris Stewart – cover photo
  • Jose Vergara – photography

Track listing:

  1. Jim Jim Falls – Morrissey, Jesse Tobias
  2. Love Is on its Way Out – Morrissey, Gustavo Manzur
  3. Bobby, Don’t You Think They Know? – Morrissey, Gustavo Manzur
  4. I Am Not a Dog on a Chain – Morrissey, Jesse Tobias
  5. What Kind of People Live in These Houses? – Morrissey, Jesse Tobias
  6. Knockabout World – Morrissey, Jesse Tobias
  7. Darling, I Hug a Pillow – Morrissey, Mando Lopez
  8. Once I Saw a River Clean – Morrissey, Jesse Tobias
  9. The Truth About Ruth – Morrissey, Gustavo Manzur
  10. The Secret of Music – Morrissey, Mando Lopez
  11. My Hunting Days Are Done – Morrissey, Jesse Tobias

On March 20, 2020.

On March 20, 2020, “Relapse Records” label released “Folkesange”, the third Myrkur studio album. It was recorded in 2019, at “Lava Studios” in Paderborn, Germany, and was produced by Christopher Juul.

Personnel:

  • Amalie Bruun – vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards, piano, organ, lyre, violin, nyckelharpa, percussion
  • Christopher Juul – mandola, percussion, recording, mixing, mastering
  • Stefan Brisland Ferner – viola, talharpa
  • Joanna Quail – cello
  • Kristian Uhre – percussion
  • Ida Sandberg Motzfeldt, Veslemøy Aalde Heyerdahl – choir

Track listing:

  1. Ella
  2. Fager som en Ros
  3. Leaves of Yggdrasil
  4. Ramund
  5. Tor I Helheim
  6. Svea
  7. Harpens Kraft
  8. Gammelkäring
  9. House Carpenter
  10. Reiar
  11. Gudernes Vilje
  12. Vinter

On March 20, 2015.

On March 20, 2015, “ECM” label released “Midwest” the third Mathias Eick studio album. It was recorded in May 2014, at “Rainbow Studio” in Oslo, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.

Personnel:

  • Mathias Eick – trumpet
  • Gjermund Larsen – violin
  • Jon Balke – piano
  • Mats Eilertsen – double bass
  • Helge Norbakken – percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Mathias Eick.

  1. Midwest
  2. Hem
  3. March
  4. At Sea
  5. Dakota
  6. Lost
  7. Fargo
  8. November

On March 20, 2020.

On March 20, 2020, Kenneth Ray Rogers aka Kenny Rogers died aged 81. He was singer, songwriter, actor, record producer and entrepreneur, member of the “Country Music Hall of Fame”. He has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, mostly in country music, and charted more than 120 hit singles, becoming one of the best-selling music artists of all time.

On March 20, 2012.

On March 20, 2012, “Nonesuch” label released “Ode”, the 28th Bred Mehldau album. It was recorded February 2008 – April 2011, at “Avatar Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Bred Mehldau.

Personnel:

  • Brad Mehldau – piano
  • Larry Grenadier– bass
  • Jeff Ballard– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Brad Mehldau.

  1. B.
  2. Ode
  3. 26
  4. Dream Sketch
  5. Bee Blues
  6. Twiggy
  7. Kurt Vibe
  8. Stan the Man
  9. Wyatt’s Eulogy for George Hanson
  10. Aquaman
  11. Days of Dilbert Delaney

On March 20, 1995.

On March 20, 1995, “Island” label released “Orbus Terrarum”, the third Orb studio album. It was recorded 1994 – 1995, and was produced by Alex Paterson, Andy Hughes, Thomas Fehlmann and Kris Weston.

Personnel:

  • Alex Paterson
  • Andy Hughes
  • Thomas Fehlmann
  • Kris Weston

Track listing:

  1. Valley – Alex Paterson, Kris Weston, Simon Philips, Tom Green
  2. Plateau – Alex Paterson, Kris Weston, Thomas Fehlmann
  3. Oxbow Lakes – Alex Paterson, Kris Weston, Thomas Fehlmann
  4. Montagne d’Or (Der Gute Berg) – Alex Paterson, Andy Hughes, B. J. Cole, Kris Weston, Nick Burton, Thomas Fehlmann
  5. White River Junction – Alex Paterson, Kris Weston, Thomas Fehlmann
  6. Occidental – Alex Paterson, Andy Hughes, Kris Needs, Kris Weston, Nick Burton, Simon Philips, Thomas Fehlmann
  7. Slug Dub – Alex Paterson, Kris Weston, Paul Ferguson, Thomas Fehlmann

On March 20, 2007.

On March 20, 2007, “Epic” label released “We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank”, the fifth Modest Mouse studio album. It was recorded 2005 – 2006, at “Sweet Tea Studio” in Oxford, MS, “Audible Alchemy” in Portland, OR, and was produced by Dennis Herring.

Personnel:

  • Isaac Brock – lead vocals, guitar, art direction
  • Jeremiah Green – drums, percussion
  • Eric Judy – bass
  • Johnny Marr – guitar
  • Tom Peloso – vocals, bass, piano, trumpet, tuba, fiddle, synthesizer
  • Joe Plummer – drums, percussion
  • Clay Jones – acoustic guitar, shaker, programming
  • Dennis Herring – claps, stomps, Rhodes, pump organ, backing vocals, mixing
  • Kyle “Slick” Johnson – programming
  • Naheed Simjee – backing vocals, claps, stomps
  • James Mercer- backing vocals
  • Joe Zook – engineering, mixing
  • Clay Jones – engineering
  • Tom Queyja, Rob Cooper – assistants
  • Kyle “Slick” Johnson, Reto Peter, Tom Queyja – additional engineering
  • Howie Weinberg– mastering
  • Christian Helms – art direction, design
  • Nahjeed Simjee – art direction
  • Christian Helms, Geoff Peyeto at The Decoder Ring – design
  • David Ellis, Casey Burns – booklet interior illustrations

Track listing:

All lyrics by Isaac Brock; all music by Isaac Brock, Jeremiah Green, Eric Judy, Tom Peloso and Joe Plummer.

  1. March into the Sea
  2. Dashboard
  3. Fire It Up
  4. Florida
  5. Parting of the Sensory
  6. Missed the Boat
  7. We’ve Got Everything
  8. Fly Trapped in a Jar
  9. Education
  10. Little Motel
  11. Steam Engenius
  12. Spitting Venom
  13. People as Places as People
  14. Invisible

On March 20, 2002.

On March 20, 2002, “GrOb Records” label released “Звездопад” (Starfall), the 20th Гражданская Оборона (Civil Defense) album. It was recorded August – November 2001; track “Fog” was recorded on December 14, 2003, at Yegor Letov concert in Barnaul;  track “The Sun Will Rise” was recorded on April 29, 2004, at a concert in the “Palace of Culture” in Moscow, and was produced by Yegor Letov. The cover design features works by Romanian naivist painter Mihai Dascalu  and Croatian naivist painter Ivan Generalich

Personnel:

  • Yegor Letov- vocal, guitar, design, photography
  • Alexander Chesnakov – guitars, bass
  • Natalya Chumakova- vocal, electric bass
  • Alexander Vladykin- organ
  • Alexander Andryushkin- drums, bass
  • Sergey Letov- flute, saxophone
  • Chumakov – mastering
  • S. Popkov, N. Chumakova – photography

Track listing:

  1. Song of the Red Army (from the TV movie Dirk) – lyrics by Okudzhava, music by S. Pozhlakov
  2. Song of the Circus (from the telecast Day After Day) – lyrics by M. Ancharov, music by I. Kataev
  3. I Will Go to the Distant Station – lyrics by M. Tanich, music by V. Shainsky
  4. There Was a War – Okudzhava
  5. Starfall – lyrics by Dobronravov, music by A. Pakhmutova
  6. North Wind – lyrics by I. Goff, music by J. Frenkel
  7. City of Childhood – lyrics by Christmas, music by F. Miller
  8. For the Rest of Life (from the movie For the Rest of Life) – lyrics by P. Fomenko, music by V. Basner
  9. Word is Comrade – lyrics by M. Ancharov, music by I. Kataev
  10. Caravel – lyrics by A. Kalle, music by V. Kalle
  11. White Silence – Vysotsky
  12. Red Horse – lyrics by Plyatkovsky, music by M. Fradkin
  13. Song About Black Gouache and Hope – Matveyeva
  14. The Sun Rises (from the animated movie “The Bremen Town Musicians) – lyrics by Entin, music by G. Gladkov
  15. I Made a Decision – lyrics by Pozhenyan, music by M. Tariverdiev
  16. The Sun Will Rise (live) – lyrics by Y. Entin, music by G. Gladkov

 

On March 20, 1988.

Gil Evans

On March 20, 1988, Ian Ernest Gilmore “Gil” Evans died aged 75. Canadian born pianist, arranger, composer and bandleader had important role in the development of free jazz, cool jazz, modal jazz and jazz fusion. He has performed and recorded with many important jazz musicians including: Miles Davis, Lee Konitz, Glen Hall, Steve Lacy, Claude Thornhill, Johnny Mathis, Hal McKusick, Marcy Lutes, Helen Merill, Don Elliot, Astrud Gilberto and Kenny Burrell. In 1986, Evans was inducted into the “Down Beat”  “Jazz Hall of Fame”. He won two “Grammy Awards” – in1960: “Sketches of Spain”, “Grammy Award for Best Original Jazz Composition” with Miles Davis; in 1986: “Bud and Bird”, “Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Big Band”.

 

On March 20, 2007.

Armchair_Apocrypha

On March 20, 2007, “Fat Possum” label released “Armchair Apocrypha”, the fourth Andrew Bird studio album. It was recorded in 2006, at “Pachyderm Studios” in Cannon Falls, “Crazy Beast Studio” in Northeast Minneapolis, “Wall2Wall Recording” in Chicago, “Third Ear Recording” in Minneapolis, “Electrical Audio” in Chicago, “SAE Mastering” in Phoenix and “Pachyderm Studios”.

Personnel:

  • Andrew Bird – violin, vocals, whistling, guitar, glockenspiel
  • Haley Bonar– vocals
  • Jon Davis– bass clarinet
  • Martin Dosh– drums, electric piano (Rhodes, Wurlitzer), other sounds
  • Ben Durrant– guitar
  • Chris Morrissey– bass
  • Kevin O’Donnell– drums
  • Jeremy Ylvisaker– guitar
  • David Boucher – mixing
  • Ben Durrant – Co-producer; mixing, recording, vocals and guitars
  • Dan Dietrich – Recording
  • Martin Dosh – recording
  • Tom Herbers – Mixing, recording
  • Gregg Norman – Recording
  • Roger Seibel – Mastering
  • Brent Sigmeth – Mixing
  • Quemadura– Artwork and design
  • Lynne Roberts-Goodwin – Photography
  • Cameron Wittig – Photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Andrew Bird, except where noted.

  1. Fiery Crash
  2. Imitosis
  3. Plasticities
  4. Heretics
  5. Armchairs
  6. Darkmatter
  7. Simple X – Andrew Bird and Martin Dosh
  8. The Supine
  9. Cataracts
  10. Scythian Empires
  11. Spare-Ohs
  12. Yawny at the Apocalypse