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In June 1968.

In June 1968, “Blue Note” label released “Serenade to a Soul Sister”, the 16th Horace Silver album. It was recorded February – March 1968, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, and was produced by Alfred Lion.

Personnel:

  • Horace Silver – piano
  • Bennie Maupin – tenor saxophone
  • Stanley Turrentine – tenor saxophone
  • Charles Tolliver – trumpet
  • Bob Cranshaw – bass, electric bass
  • John Williams – bass
  • Mickey Roker – drums
  • Billy Cobham – drums, photography
  • Rudy Van Gelder – engineer
  • Reid Miles – design
  • Francis Wolff – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Horace Silver.

  1. Psychedelic Sally
  2. Serenade to a Soul Sister
  3. Rain Dance
  4. Jungle Juice
  5. Kindred Spirits
  6. Next Time I Fall in Love

In May 1977.

In May 1977, “Mercury” label released “Deceptive Bends”, the fifth 10cc studio album. It was recorded October 1976 – March 1977, at “Strawberry Studios South” in Dorking, Surrey, UK, and was produced by Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman and Paul Burgess.

Personnel:

  • Eric Stewart – lead and backing vocals, lead and rhythm guitars, keyboards, percussion
  • Graham Gouldman – lead and backing vocals, bass guitar, lead and rhythm guitars, organ, percussion, autoharp
  • Paul Burgess – drums, percussion
  • Jean Alain Roussel – electric piano, organ
  • Tony Spath – piano, oboe
  • Del Newman – string arrangements

Track listing:

All tracks by Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman.

  1. Good Morning Judge
  2. The Things We Do for Love
  3. Marriage Bureau Rendezvous
  4. People in Love
  5. Modern Man Blues
  6. Honeymoon with B Troop
  7. I Bought a Flat Guitar Tutor
  8. You’ve Got a Cold
  9. Feel the Benefit

I: Reminisce and Speculate

II: A Latin Break

III: Feel the Benefit

On May 7, 2021.

On May 7, 2021, “Warp Records” label released “Bright Green Field”, the debut Squid studio album. It was recorded March – October 2020, at “Mr. Dan’s Studio” in London, and was produced by Dan Carey.

Personnel:

  • Louis Borlase – vocals, guitar, bass guitar
  • Anton Pearson – vocals, guitar, bass, percussion
  • Arthur Leadbetter – keyboards, strings, percussion
  • Laurie Nankivell – bass guitar, brass, percussion
  • Ollie Judge – lead vocals, drums
  • Martha Skye Murphy – vocal

Track listing:

  1. Resolution Square
  2. G.S.K.
  3. Narrator
  4. Boy Racer
  5. Padding
  6. Documentary Filmmaker
  7. 2010
  8. The Flyover
  9. Peel St.
  10. Global Groove
  11. Pamphlets

In May 1960.

In May 1960, “Warner Bros” label released “It’s Everly Time”, the third Everly Brothers (The) studio album. It was recorded in March 1960.

Personnel:

  • Don Everly – vocals, guitar, arranger
  • Phil Everly – vocals, guitar, arranger
  • Chet Atkins, “Sugarfoot” Garland – electric guitar
  • James Clayton – steel guitar
  • Floyd Cramer, Marvin H. Hughes – piano
  • Floyd T. “Lightnin'” Chance – bass
  • “Buddy” Harman Jr. – drums
  • Tom Palumbo – photography
  • George Avakian – liner notes

Personnel:

All tracks by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant, except where noted.

  1. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad) – Don Everly
  2. Just in Case – Boudleaux Bryant
  3. Memories Are Made of This – Tichard Dehr, Terry Gilkyson, Frank Miller
  4. That’s What You Do To Me – Bob Montgomery, Earl Sinks
  5. Sleepless Nights
  6. What Kind of Girl Are You – Ray Charles
  7. Oh True Love
  8. Carol Jane – Dave Rich
  9. Some Sweet Day
  10. Nashville Blues
  11. You Thrill Me (Through and Through)
  12. I Want You to Know – Dave Bartholomew, Fats Domino

In April 1968.

In April 1968, “Blue Note” label released “Plain Talk”, the 47th Jimmy Smith album. It was recorded in March 1960, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and was produced by Alfred Lion.

Personnel:

  • Jimmy Smith – organ
  • Quentin Warren – guitar
  • Donald Bailey – drums
  • Jackie McLean – alto saxophone
  • Ike Quebec – tenor saxophone
  • Blue Mitchell – trumpet
  • Rudy Van Gelder – engineer
  • Photomedia – photography
  • Nat Hentoff – liner notes

Track listings:

  1. Big Fat Mama – Lucky Millinder, Stafford Simon
  2. My One and Only Love – Robert Melvin, Guy Wood
  3. Plain Talk – Jimmy Smith
  4. Time After Time – Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne

In April 1957.

In April 1957, “Columbia” label released “Such Sweet Thunder”, album by Duke Ellington. It was recorded August 1956 – March 1957, and was produced by Irving Townsend. The album is a twelve-part suite based on the work of William Shakespeare.

Personnel:

  • Duke Ellington – piano
  • Johnny Hodges – alto saxophone
  • Paul Gonsalves – tenor saxophone
  • Jimmy Hamilton – clarinet, tenor saxophone
  • Russell Procope – clarinet, alto saxophone
  • Harry Carney – bass clarinet, baritone saxophone
  • Cat Anderson – trumpet
  • Clark Terry – trumpet
  • Ray Nance – trumpet
  • Willie Cook – trumpet
  • Quentin Jackson – trombone
  • John Sanders – trombone
  • Britt Woodman – trombone
  • Jimmy Woode – bass
  • Sam Woodyard – drums
  • Billy Strayhorn – orchestration
  • Howard Fritzson – art direction
  • Randall Martin – design
  • Don Hunstein – photography
  • Irving Townsend – liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn, except where noted.

  1. Such Sweet Thunder – Cleo
  2. Sonnet for Caesar
  3. Sonnet to Hank Cinq
  4. Lady Mac
  5. Sonnet in Search of a Moor
  6. The Telecasters
  7. Up and Down, Up and Down (I Will Lead Them Up and Down) – Puck
  8. Sonnet for Sister Kate
  9. The Star-Crossed Lovers
  10. Madness in Great Ones – Hamlet
  11. Half the Fun
  12. Circle of Fourths

In January 1968.

In January 1968, “Blue Note” label released “Open House”, the 45th Jimmy Smith album. It was recorded in March 1960, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, and was produced by Alfred Lion.

Personnel:

  • Jimmy Smith – organ
  • Quentin Warren – guitar
  • Donald Bailey – drums
  • Blue Mitchell – trumpet
  • Jackie McLean – alto saxophone
  • Ike Quebec – tenor saxophone
  • Rudy Van Gelder – engineer
  • Reid Miles – design
  • Francis Wolff – photography
  • Leonard Feather – liner notes

Track listing:

  1. Open House – Jimmy Smith
  2. Old Folks – Willard Robison, Dedette Lee Hill
  3. Sista Rebecca – Jimmy Smith
  4. Embraceable You – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin

On December 9, 2014.

On December 9, 2014, “Martha’s Music” label released “Monuments to an Elegy”, the ninth Smashing Pumpkins (The) studio album. It was recorded March – July 2014, and was produced by Billy Corgan, Howard Willing and Jeff Schroeder.

Personnel:

  • Billy Corgan – vocals, guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, synthesizers
  • Jeff Schroeder – guitar
  • Tommy Lee – drums
  • Sstaria (Sheri Shaw) – backing vocals
  • Nikola Dokic – 2nd Engineer
  • Smiley Sean – 2nd Engineer
  • Sam Wiewel – 2nd Engineer
  • Jonathan DeRing – Assistant Engineer
  • David Bottrill – mixing
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Billy Corgan.

  1. Tiberius
  2. Being Beige
  3. Anaise!
  4. One and All (We Are)
  5. Run2me
  6. Drum + Fife
  7. Monuments
  8. Dorian
  9. Anti-Hero

On November 27, 2020.

On November 27, 2020, “Reprise” label released “No Fun Mondays”, the second Billie Joe Armstrong studio album. It was recorded March – September 2020, at “Jingletown Studios” in Oakland, California, and was produced by Billy Joe Armstrong.

Personnel:

  • Billie Joe Armstrong – vocals, guitar, bass guitar, drums, engineer, drum mixing
  • Jason White – guitar
  • Bill Schneider – bass guitar
  • Chris Dugan – drums, engineer, mixing, mastering

Track listing:

  1. I Think We’re Alone Now – Ritchie Cordell
  2. War Stories – Liam L’Estrange, John Martin, Terence Sharpe
  3. Manic Monday – Prince
  4. Corpus Christi – Penelope Houston, Bradley Grant Kent, Daniel J. O’Brien, James Calvin Wilsey
  5. That Thing You Do – Adam Schlesinger
  6. Amico – Don Backy, Giulio “Mogol” Rapetti, Burt Bacharach, Bob Hilliard
  7. You Can’t Put Your Arms Around a Memory – Johnny Thunders
  8. Kids in America – Marty Wilde, Ricky Wilde
  9. Not That Way Anymore – Stephen Bator, Frank Secich
  10. That’s Rock ‘n’ Roll – Eric Carmen
  11. Gimme Some Truth – John Lennon
  12. Whole Wild World – Eric Goulden
  13. Police on My Back – Edmond Grant
  14. A New England – Billy Bragg

In November 1957.

In November 1957, “Prestige” label released “Interplay for 2 Trumpets and 2 Tenors”, album credited to John Coltrane, Idrees Sulieman,  Webster Young and Bobby Jaspar. It was recorded in March 1957, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Hackensack, NJ, and was produced by Bob Weinstock.

Personnel:

  • John Coltrane – tenor saxophone
  • Bobby Jaspar – tenor saxophone
  • Idrees Sulieman – trumpet
  • Webster Young – trumpet
  • Mal Waldron – piano
  • Kenny Burrell – guitar
  • Paul Chambers – bass
  • Art Taylor – drums

Track listening:

All tracks by Mal Waldron

  1. Interplay
  2. Anatomy
  3. Light Blue
  4. Soul Eyes