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On March 9, 2005.

On March 9, 2005, “Splasc” label released “Margy Pargy”, the 24th Dave Burrell album. It was recorded in 2004, and was produced by Peppo Spagnoli.

Personnel:

  • Dave Burrell – piano
  • Giuseppe Emmanuele – engineer
  • Luigi Naro – graphic design
  • Luciano Rossetti – photography
  • Pete Kercher, Giacomo Pellicciotti – liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Dave Burrell, except where noted.

  1. I Only Have Eyes for You – Harry Warren, Al Dubin
  2. Expansion
  3. DB Blues
  4. Prelude to Crucifado
  5. Crucifado
  6. Margy Pargy
  7. Lush Life – Billy Strayhorn
  8. My Foolish Heart – Victor Young
  9. So in Love – Cole Porter

On March 9, 1999.

On March 9, 1999, “Heavenly Records” label released “Central Reservation”, the second Beth Orton studio album. It was recorded in 1998, at “The Church”, “September Sound”, “RAK”, “Olympic”, “Little Joey’s” and “The Garden Shed”, and was produced by Victor Van Vugt, Ben Watt, Mark Stent, Beth Orton, Dr. Robert and David Roback. The album won Beth Orton the “Best British Female Artist” at the 2000 “BRIT Music Awards”.

Personnel:

  • Beth Orton – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar
  • Ted Barnes — acoustic, slide and electric guitar, bouzouki
  • Dr. Robert — guitar
  • Ben Harper — electric guitar
  • Ben Watt — guitar, keyboards, noise, programming, engineer, mixing
  • Dr. John — piano
  • Sean Read — piano, keyboards
  • Henry Olsen — bass
  • Ali Friend — bass
  • Andy Waterworth — double bass
  • Will Blanchard — drums
  • Lascelles Gordon — percussion
  • David Friedman — vibraphone
  • Calina de la Mare — violin
  • Beki Doe — violin
  • Howard Gott — violin
  • Ruth Gottlieb — violin
  • Lucy Wilkins — violin
  • Becca Ware — viola
  • Sara Wilson — cello
  • Oliver Kraus — cello
  • Terry Callier — background vocals
  • Giles Hall — engineer
  • Dick Meaney — engineer
  • Trevor Smith — engineer
  • Victor Van Vugt — engineer
  • John Wood — engineer
  • Peter Hill — engineer assistant
  • Andy Bradfield — mixing
  • Dr. Robert — mixing
  • Beki Doe — mixing
  • Oliver Kraus — mixing
  • David Roback — mixing
  • Paul Walton — mixing assistant
  • Tim Young — mastering
  • Sam Harris — photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Beth Orton except where noted. 

  1. Stole Car
  2. Sweetest Decline
  3. Couldn’t Cause Me Harm
  4. So Much More
  5. Pass in Time
  6. Central Reservation
  7. Stars All Seem To Weep
  8. Love Like Laughter – Beth Orton, Ted Barnes
  9. Blood Red River
  10. Devil Song
  11. Feel To Believe
  12. Central Reservation (The Then Again Version)

On March 9, 1999.

On March 9, 1999, “spinART Recirds” label released “Pistolero”, the second Frank Black album. It was recorded in 1998, at “Sound City Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Nick Vincent.

Personnel:

  • Frank Black – vocals, guitar
  • Rich Gilbert – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • David McCaffery – bass, backing vocals
  • Scott Boutier – drums
  • Billy Joe Bowers – engineer
  • Nick Raskulinecz – engineer assistant
  • Eddy Schreyer – mastering
  • Inertia – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Frank Black

  1. Bad Harmony
  2. I Switched You
  3. Western Star
  4. Tiny Heart
  5. You’re Such a Wire
  6. I Love Your Brain
  7. Smoke Up
  8. Billy Radcliffe
  9. So Hard to Make Things Out
  10. 85 Weeks
  11. I Think I’m Starting to Lose It
  12. I Want Rock & Roll
  13. Skeleton Man
  14. So. Bay

On March 9, 2020.

On March 9, 2020, Keith Alan Olsen died aged 74. He was music producer and sound engineer, worked on more than 100 albums. As producer he earned 24 Platinum and 14 multi-Platinum album certifications. He has worked with many artists including Eternity’s Children, The Millennium, James Gang, Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac, Sons of Champlin, Grateful Dead, Bob Weir, Foreigner, Santana, The Babys, Rick Springfield, Pat Benatar, Sammy Hagar, Rick Springfielld, Heart, Kim Carnes, Joe Walsh, 38 Special, Bad Company, Saga, Whitesnake, Starship,  Carlos Santana, Ozzy Osbourne, Night Ranger, Kingdom Come, Magnum, Eric Burdon & the Animals, Journey, Eddie Money, Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Scorpions.

On March 9, 2018.

On March 9, 2018, “Todo Mundo” and “Nonesuch” labels released “American Utopia”, the tenth David Byrne studio album. It was recorded in 2017 at “DB Spare Bedroom”, “Reservoir Studios”, “Oscilloscope”, “XL Studios” and “Crowdspacer Studio” in New York City, “Livingston Studio” in London, and was produced by David Byrne, Pat Dillett, Brian Eno and Rodaidh McDonald.

Personnel:

  • David Byrne – vocals; guitar, keyboards, pads
  • Brian Eno – drum programming, vocoder, background vocals, keyboards, voice effects, whistling, celeste, brass; drums; percussion, robot rhythm guitar
  • Alex Epton – drum programming; choir programming, synthesizer stabs, bass guitar, cymbals; shaker
  • Daniel Lopatin – keyboards, drums, synthesizers, bass, processing, textures, strings
  • Jaakko Savolainen – guitar, bass guitar, synthesizer; keyboards
  • Ben Anderson – cymbal
  • Isaiah Barr – saxophone
  • Thomas Bartlett (Doveman) – Mellotron; piano
  • Jamie Edwards – sitar samples
  • Ethan P. Flynn – middle 8 section synthesizer
  • Happa – drum programming, electronics, drums, synthesizer
  • Jam City – synth stabs, guitar, drums
  • Nathan Jenkins – voices, harmonica
  • Rodaidh McDonald – additional keyboards, drum programming, verse percussion, bells, strings, arrangements
  • MMPH – orchestral arrangement, sounds
  • Magnus Bang Olsen – piano
  • Sampha – piano
  • Joe Williams – harp
  • Jack Peñate – keyboards, textures; drums, bass, shaker, backing vocals
  • Ariel Rechtshaid – flexatone
  • Ben Reed – live bass
  • Brian Wolfe – drums
  • Airhead – drums
  • Koreless – drums
  • Mauro Refosco – percussion
  • Joey Waronker – tom, snare
  • Matt Cohn – recording engineering
  • Alex Epton – recording engineering
  • Gabriel Schuman – additional engineering
  • Tuck Nelson – mixing
  • Marta Salogni – mixing
  • Jack Sugden – mixing
  • David Wrench – mixing, additional programming
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Purvis Young – cover art

Track listing:

All tracks by David Byrne and Brian Eno, except where noted.

  1. I Dance Like This
  2. Gasoline and Dirty Sheets
  3. Every Day Is a Miracle
  4. Dog’s Mind
  5. This Is That – David Byrne, Daniel Lopatin
  6. It’s Not Dark Up Here
  7. Bullet
  8. Doing the Right Thing
  9. Everybody’s Coming to My House
  10. Here – David Byrne, Daniel Lopatin

On March 9, 2018.

On March 9, 2018, “PIAS Recordings” label released “Violence”, the sixth Editors studio album. It was recorded 2016 – 2017, at “Glasshouse” in Oxford, “Livingston Studios” and “Lynchmob Studios” in London, “Monnow Valley Studios” in Rockfield, Monmouthshire, and was produced by Leo Abrahams, Benjamin John Power,

Personnel:

  • Tom Smith – vocals, keyboards, rhythm guitar
  • Justin Lockey – guitar, engineer
  • Elliot Williams – guitar, keyboards
  • Russell Leetch – bass guitar
  • Ed Lay – drums
  • Emma Smith – violin
  • Rahi Rezvani – artwork, design, photography
  • Leo Abrahams – synthesizers, programming
  • Edith Philips – keyboards, assistant engineer
  • Max Heyes – engineer
  • Billy Halliday – assistant engineer
  • Tom Archer – assistant engineer
  • Ewan Vickery – assistant engineer
  • Matt Glasbey – assistant engineer
  • Cenzo Townshend – mixing
  • Alan Moulder – mixing
  • Caesar Edmunds – mixing assistant
  • Matt Colton – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Ed Lay, Elliott Williams, Justin Lockey, Russell Leetch and Tom Smith.

  1. Cold
  2. Hallelujah (So Low)
  3. Violence
  4. Darkness at the Door
  5. Nothingness
  6. Magazine
  7. No Sound but the Wind
  8. Counting Spooks
  9. Belong

Pn March 9, 1985.

On March 9, 1985, “Scotti Bros” label released “Go for Your Life”, the fifth Mountain studio album. It was recorded in 1984, at “Criteria Recording Studios” in Florida, and “Wizard Sound Studios” in Westchester, New York, and was produced by Pete Solley.

Personnel:

  • Leslie West – vocals, guitar
  • Mark Clarke – bass
  • Corky Laing – drums
  • Ian Hunter – sequencing
  • Eric Johnson – synthesizer
  • Miller Anderson – slide guitar
  • Chuck Kirkpatrick – background vocals
  • Mike Scott – engineer
  • Gary Lyons – engineer
  • Jim Sessody – assistant engineer
  • Doug MacDonald – assistant engineer
  • Mike Fuller – mastering
  • Bud Prager – recording director
  • Pete Solley – engineer
  • Lane/Donald – art direction
  • Barry Jackson – illustration

Track listing:

All tracks by Leslie West and Corky Laing, except  where noted.

  1. Hard Times – Leslie West, Corky Laing, Bud Prager
  2. Spark
  3. She Loves Her Rock (And She Loves It Hard)
  4. Bardot Damage
  5. Shimmy on the Footlights
  6. I Love Young Girls
  7. Makin’ It in Your Car
  8. Babe in the Woods
  9. Little Bit of Insanity

On March 9, 1993.

On March 9, 1993, “Scotti Bros. Records” label released “Universal James”, the 56th James Brown studio album. It was recorded in 1992, and was produced by Jazzie B.

Personnel:

  • James Brown – vocals, arranger, art direction
  • Will Mowat – keyboards, arranger
  • Glenn Nightingale – guitar
  • Greg Harewood – bass
  • Carl James – bass
  • Michael “Bami” Rose – saxophone, flute
  • Gary Barnacle – saxophone
  • Dan Wilensky – saxophone
  • Michael Hunter – trumpet
  • Patrick Tenyue – trumpet
  • Henry Tenyue – trombone
  • Leaders of the New School – rap, drums
  • Duran Ramos – rap, drums
  • Q-Unique – drums
  • Luis Jardim – percussion
  • Trilogy – rap
  • Lamya Al-Mughiery – background vocals
  • Alisa Anderson – background vocals
  • Martha High-Harvin – background vocals
  • Cynthia Morey – background vocals
  • Basil Meade – background vocals
  • Lisa Rushton – background vocals
  • Alan Friedman- programming
  • Ricky Crespo – programming, editing
  • Robert Clivillés – arranger, editing, engineer, mixing
  • David Cole – arranger, engineer, mixing
  • Eugene Eugenius Ellis – engineer, mixing
  • Ian D. Clarke – engineer
  • Richard Joseph – engineer
  • Acar S. Key – engineer
  • Tony Matthew – engineer
  • Howard Lovett – engineer
  • Doug Haverty – art direction
  • Michelle Harbord – design
  • Luis M. Fernández – design

Track listing:

  1. Can’t Get Any Harder
  2. Just Do It
  3. Mine All Mine
  4. Watch Me
  5. Georgia – Lina
  6. Show Me Your Friends
  7. Everybody’s Got a Thang
  8. How Long
  9. Make It Funky 2000
  10. Moments

On March 9, 1992.

On March 9, 1992, “Anxious Records” label released “Doppelgänger”, the debut Curve studio album. It was recorded July – October 1991, at “Todai Studios” in London, and was produced by Flood, Dean Garcia and Toni Halliday.

Personnel:

  • Dean Garcia– guitar, keyboards, bass, drum programming
  • Toni Halliday– vocals
  • Alex Mitchell – guitar
  • Alan Moulder– guitar
  • Debbie Smith– guitar
  • Monti – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Dean Garcia and Toni Halliday.

  1. Already Yours
  2. Horror Head
  3. Wish You Dead
  4. Doppelgänger
  5. Lillies Dying
  6. Ice That Melts the Tips
  7. Split Into Fractions
  8. Think and Act
  9. Fait Accompli
  10. Sandpit

On March 9, 1987.

On March 9, 1987, “10” and “Virgin” labels released “Wild Frontier”, the sixth Gary Moore studio album. It was recorded in 1986 and was produced by Peter Collins, Pete Smith, James “Jimbo” Barton and Gary Moore.

Personnel:

  • Gary Moore– lead and backing vocals, lead, rhythm and acoustic guitars
  • Neil Carter– keyboards, backing vocals
  • Bob Daisley– bass
  • Roland Kerridge – drum programming
  • James “Jimbo” Barton – engineer, mixing
  • Chris Porter– engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Moore, except where noted.

  1. Over the Hills and Far Away
  2. Wild Frontier
  3. Take a Little Time
  4. The Loner
  5. Friday on My Mind – George Young, Harry Vanda
  6. Strangers in the Darkness – Gary Moore, Neil Carter
  7. Thunder Rising – Gary Moore, Neil Carter
  8. Johnny Boy