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On May 21, 1985.

On May 21, 1985, “Warner Bros” label released “The Confessor”, the seventh Joe Walsh studio album. It was recorded in 1984 at “Goodnight L.A Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Keith Olsen and Joe Walsh.

Personnel:

  • Joe Walsh- lead vocals, lead guitar, synthesizer, bass guitar, talk box
  • Waddy Wachtel- guitar
  • Mark Andes- bass guitar
  • Mike Porcaro- bass guitar
  • David Margen – bass guitar
  • Dennis Bellfield – bass guitar
  • Rick Rosas- bass guitar
  • Denny Carmassi- drums
  • Jim Keltner- drums
  • Rick Marotta- drums
  • Jeff Porcaro- drums
  • Chet McCracken – drums
  • Randy Newman- keyboards
  • Alan Pasqua- keyboards
  • Jerry Peterson – saxophone
  • Earl Lon Price – tenor saxophone
  • Kenneth Tussing – trombone
  • Timothy B. Schmit- backing vocals
  • Keith Olsen- engineer
  • Dennis Sager – engineer
  • Greg Fulginiti- mastering
  • Hugh Kent Brown – design, art direction
  • Caspar David Friedrich- paintings

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Walsh, except where noted.

  1. Problems – Joe Walsh, Bill Arbuckle
  2. I Broke My Leg
  3. Bubbles
  4. Slow Dancing – Loz Netto
  5. 15 Years
  6. The Confessor
  7. Rosewood Bitters – Michael Stanley
  8. Good Man Down – Joe Walsh, Waddy Watchel
  9. Dear John

 

 

On May 21, 1982.

On May 21, 1982, “Arista” label released “It’s a Fact”, the debut Jeff Lorber studio album. It was recorded September 1981 – January 1982, at “Indigo Ranch Studios” in Malibu, California, and was produced by Jeff Lorber.

Personnel:

  • Jeff Lorber- keyboards, guitar, arranger, conductor
  • Marlon McClain – guitars
  • Nathan East- electric bass guitar
  • John Robinson- drums
  • Greg Walker – vocals
  • Arnold McCuller – vocals
  • Sylvia St. James – vocals
  • Lynne Davis – backing vocals
  • Kenny G(Kenny Gorelick) – soprano and tenor saxophone, flutes
  • Tom Browne – trumpet and flugelhorn
  • Paulinho Da Costa– percussion
  • Pete Christlieb- horn contractor

Track listing:

All tracks by Jeff Lorber.

  1. Tierra Verde
  2. Full Moon
  3. Warm Springs
  4. It’s a Fact
  5. The Magician
  6. Your Love Has Got Me
  7. Delevans
  8. Always There
  9. Above the Clouds

 

On May 21, 2002.

On May 21, 2002, “Verve” label released “This is New”, the 14th Dee Dee Bridgewater album. It was recorded November – December 2001, at “Capitol Studios” in Los Angeles, “Plus XXX Studios” in Paris, and was produced by Dee Dee Bridgewater. The album was dedicated to Kurt Weill’s music.

Personnel:

  • Dee Dee Bridgewater – vocals
  • André Ceccarelli – drums
  • Ira Coleman- double bass
  • Thierry Eliez – Hammond organ, piano
  • Minino Garay – percussion
  • Antonio Hart- flute, alto saxophone
  • Daniele Scannapieco – saxophone
  • Denis Leloup – trombone
  • Juan José Mosalini – bandoneon
  • Louis Winsberg – guitar
  • Bernie Arcadio – string Arrangements
  • Cecil Bridgewater – arranger, conductor

Track listing:

All music by Kurt Weill.

  1. This Is New – lyrics by Ira Gershwin
  2. Lost in the Stars – lyrics by Maxwell Anderson
  3. The Bilbao Song – lyrics by Michael Feingold, Frank McGuinness
  4. My Ship – lyrics by Ira Gershwin
  5. Alabama Song – lyrics by Bertolt Brecht
  6. The Saga of Jenny – lyrics by Ogden Nash
  7. Youkali – lyrics by Roger Fernay
  8. I’m a Stranger Here Myself – lyrics by Ogden Nash
  9. Speak Low – lyrics by Ogden Nash
  10. September Song – lyrics by Maxwell Anderson
  11. Here I’ll Stay – lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner

 

On May 21, 1997.

On May 21, 1997, “Somethin’ Else” label released “The Bass and I”, the 42nd Ron Carter album. It was recorded in January 1997, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englwood Cliffs, NJ, and was produced by Ron Carter.

Personnel:

  • Ron Carter- bass
  • Stephen Scott– piano
  • Lewis Nash– drums
  • Steve Kroon – percussion

 Track listing:

All tracks by Ron Carter except where noted

  1. You and the Night and the Music – Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz
  2. Someday My Prince Will Come – Frank Churchill, Larry Morey
  3. Blues for D.P.
  4. The Shadow of Your Smile – Johnny Mandel, Paul Francis Webster
  5. Bow-Tie
  6. Double Bass
  7. I Remember Clifford – Benny Golson

 

On May 21, 1970.

On May 21, 1970, “CBS” label released “Eastward”, the debut Gary Peacock  album. It was recorded in February 1970, atKawaguchi Shiminkaikan” in Kawaguchi, Japan, and was produced by Kiyoski Itoh.

Personnel:

  • Gary Peacock – bass
  • Hiroshi Murakami – drums
  • Masabumi Kikuchi – piano, electric piano
  • Kenichi Handa – recording
  • Eiko Ishioka – design
  • Tadayuki Naitoh – photography
  • Hiroshi Asada – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Peacock, except where noted.

  1. Lessoning
  2. Nanshi
  3. Changing
  4. One Up
  5. Eastward
  6. Little Abi – Masabumi Kikuchi
  7. Moor

 

In January 1967.

In January 1967, “Blue Note” label released “Contours”, the second Sam Rivers album. It was recorded on May 21, 1965, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, and was produced by Alfred Lion.

Personnel:

  • Sam Rivers– soprano and tenor saxophone, flute
  • Freddie Hubbard- trumpet
  • Herbie Hancock– piano
  • Ron Carter- bass
  • Joe Chambers- drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Sam Rivers

  1. Point of Many Returns
  2. Dance of the Tripedal
  3. Euterpe
  4. Mellifluous Cacophony

On May 21, 2001.

On May 21, 2001, “Green Linnet Records” label released “The Merry Sisters of Fate”, the third Lúnasa studio album. It was recorded in 2001, at “Marguerite Studios” in Dublin, and was produced by Seán Smyth, Kevin Crawford, Trevor Hutchinson, Cillian Vallely and Donogh Hennessy.

Personnel:

  • Seán Smyth– fiddle, low whislte
  • Kevin Crawford– flute, low whistle, F low whistle, whistle
  • Trevor Hutchinson– bass, double bass
  • Cillian Vallely– uilleann pipes, low whistle, F low whistle
  • Donogh Hennessy – acoustic and electric guitar, nylon strings guitar, steel string guitar, low whistle, whistle
  • Kieran Wilde – clarinet
  • David Odlum – guitars
  • Patz Fitzpatrick – piano, clarinet arrangement, harmonium
  • Ed Dean – lap steel guitar
  • Dave Hingerty – percussion
  • Miriam Ingram – clarinet arrangement
  • David Odlum, Ed Kenehan – recording, mixing
  • Naoimh Ingram – cover, design
  • Giorgia Bertazzi – photography

Track listing:

  1. Aoibhneas (Aoibhneas Eilis Ni Cheallaigh, Jimmy Ward’s, Not Safe With A Razor)
  2. Donogh and Mike’s (1 August, Windbr)
  3. Killarney Boys of Pleasure
  4. The Merry Sisters of Fate (The Merry Sisters Of Fate, The Longacre)
  5. Iníon Ni Scannláin
  6. Casu (Asturian Air, Aires De Pontevedra, Muineira De Casu)
  7. Páistin Fionn
  8. The Minor Bee (Minor Slip, Ronde De Loudeac, The Red Bee)
  9. Scully’s (Scully Casey’s, The Dusty Miller)
  10. Return from Fingal
  11. Morning Nightcap (The Wedding, Morning Nightcap, The Malbay Shuffle)

 

On May 21, 1996.

On May 21, 1996, “Righteous Babe” label released “Dilate”, the seventh Ani DiFranco studio album. It was recorded December 1995 – January 1996, and was produced by Ani DiFranco.

Personnel:

  • Ani DiFranco – synthesizer, acoustic guitar, bass, guitar, bongos, electric guitar, steel guitar, Hammond organ, vocals, thumb piano, mixing,  sampling,  arranger, sequencing, artwork, design
  • Michael Ramos – Hammond organ
  • Andy Stochansky– drums
  • David Travers-Smith – trumpet
  • Robin Aubé, Bob Doidge, Andrew Gilchrist, Mark Hallman, Marty Lester, Ed Stone – engineer
  • Chris Bellman – mastering
  • Adam Pause – artwork, design
  • Mark Van-S – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Ani DiFranco, except where noted.

  1. Untouchable Face
  2. Outta Me, Onto You
  3. Superhero
  4. Dilate
  5. Amazing Grace – John Newton
  6. Napoleon
  7. Shameless
  8. Done Wrong
  9. Going Down
  10. Adam and Eve
  11. Joyful Girl

On May 21, 1990.

On May 21, 1990, “Virgin” label released “Vol. II: 1990 – A New Decade”, the second Soul II Soul studio album. It was recorded 1989 – 1990, and was produced by Jazzie B. and Nellee Hooper.

Personnel:

  • Jazzie B- musical director, vocals, mixing
  • Marcia Lewis, Lamya Hafidh Sultan Al-Mugheiry, Kym Mazelle, Pinise Sula, Sonti Mndebele, Nomsa Caluza, Bambi Fazakerley, Victoria Wilson-James, Fred “Fab 5 Freddy” Brathwaite – vocals
  • Philip “Daddae” Harvey – vocals, guitars, percussion
  • Courtney Pine- saxophone
  • Michael McEvoy- piano, keyboards
  • Nellee Hooper – mixing
  • Tony “Dobie” Campbell – assistant producer
  • Howard Bernstein- engineer

Track listing:

  1. Get a Life – Trevor Beresford Romeo, Hayden Maclaren Browne
  2. Love Come Through – Trevor Beresford Romeo, Michael McEvoy, Lamya Almugheira
  3. People – Trevor Beresford Romeo, Hayden Maclaren Browne
  4. Missing You – Trevor Beresford Romeo, Simon Law, Kym Mazelle
  5. Courtney Blows – Trevor Beresford Romeo, Hayden Maclaren Browne
  6. 1990 A New Decade – Trevor Beresford Romeo, Tony Campbell
  7. A Dream’s a Dream – Trevor Beresford Romeo, Simon Law
  8. Time (Untitled) – Trevor Beresford Romeo, Hayden Maclaren Browne
  9. In the Heat of the Night – Trevor Beresford Romeo, Hayden Maclaren Browne
  10. Our Time Has Now Come – Trevor Beresford Romeo, Hayden Maclaren Browne, Tony Campbell

 

On May 21, 2013.

On May 21, 2013, Trevor Bolder died aged 62. He was musician, songwriter and producer, who has recorded and performed with Cybernauts, Dana Gillespie, Ken Hensley, Mick Ronson, Uriah Heep and Wishbone Ash, but he was best known for his work with David Bowie, especially as member of the legendary Spiders from Mars band.