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On November 15, 2019.

On November 15, 2019, “Drag City” label released “Made a Place”, the 23rd Bonnie “Prince” Billy (Will Oldham) album. It was recorded in 2019, at “Downtown Recording” in Louisville, Kentucky, US, and was produced by Mark Nevers.

Personnel:

  • Bonnie “Prince” Billy – vocals, guitar
  • Jacob Duncan – woodwind, keyboards
  • Chris Rodahaffer – banjo, pedal steel guitar
  • Nathan Salsburg – guitar
  • Joan Shelley – vocals
  • Danny Kiely – bass guitar
  • Mike Hyman – drums
  • Cheyenne Mize – fiddle
  • Chris Greenwell – recording
  • Carl Saff – mastering
  • Dan Osborn – layout

Track listing:

All tracks by Bonnie “Prince” Billy.

  1. New Memory Box
  2. Dream Awhile
  3. The Devil’s Throat
  4. Look Backward on Your Future, Look Forward to Your Past
  5. I Have Made a Place
  6. Squid Eye
  7. You Know the One
  8. This Is Far from Over
  9. Nothing Is Busted
  10. Mama Mama
  11. The Glow, Pt. 3
  12. Thick Air
  13. Building a Fire

On November 15, 2019.

On November 15, 2019, “Lucky Dog Recordings” label released “No Treasure but Hope”, the twelfth Tindersticks studio album. it was recorded April – May 2019, at “Midlive” in Paris, “Rak Studios”, and “Eastcote Studios” in London, and was produced by Stuart A. Staples.

Personnel:

  • Stuart A. Staples – vocals, acoustic rhythm guitar,artwork
  • David Boulter – vibraphone, organ, piano
  • Neil Fraser – electric guitar
  • Dan McKinna – double bass, backing vocals, piano, string and horn arrangements
  • Earl Harvin – percussion, backing vocals
  • Natalia Bonner – violin
  • Calina de la Mare – violin
  • Alison Dods – violin
  • Terry Edwards – saxophone
  • Adam Goldsmith – bouzouki
  • Howard Gott – violin
  • Matt Gunner – horns
  • Rick Coster – violin
  • Laura Melhuish – violin
  • Andy Nice – cello
  • Kate Robinson – violin
  • Rachel Robson – viola
  • Tom Rumsby – horns
  • Sophie Sirota – viola
  • Rob Spriggs – viola
  • Richard Steggall – horns
  • Stanley Staples – acoustic rhythm guitar
  • Lucy Wilkins – violin
  • Sarah Willson – cello
  • Richard Dumas – artwork
  • Côme Jalibert – field recording
  • Suzanne Osborne – artwork

Track listing:

All track by Stuart A. Staples except where noted.

  1. For the Beauty – Dan McKinna, Stuart A. Staples
  2. The Amputees – Dan McKinna, Stuart A. Staples
  3. Trees Fall
  4. Pinky in the Daylight
  5. Carousel
  6. Take Care in Your Dreams – Dan McKinna, David Boulter, Neil Fraser, Stuart S. Staples
  7. See My Girls
  8. The Old Mans Gait – David Boulter, Stuart A. Staples
  9. Tough Love – David Boulter, Stuart A. Staples
  10. No Treasure but Hope

On November 15, 1994.

On November 15, 1994, at “Logic” label released “Gratuitous Sax & Senseless Violins”, the 16th Sparks album. It was recorded in 1994, at “Sparks Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Ron Mael and Russell Mael.

Personnel:

  • Russell Mael – vocals
  • Ron Mael – keyboards
  • Tsui Hark, Bill Kong – guest vocals
  • Alan Fisch – engineering
  • John Thomas – additional engineering, mixing
  • Steve Bates – additional engineering, mixing
  • Mark Stagg – additional production
  • Linus Burdick – additional production

Track listing:

All tracks by Ron Mael and Russell Mael.

  1. Gratuitous Sax
  2. When Do I Get to Sing ‘My Way
  3. (When I Kiss You) I Hear Charlie Parker Playing
  4. Frankly, Scarlett, I Don’t Give a Damn
  5. I Thought I Told You to Wait in the Car
  6. Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil
  7. Now That I Own the BBC
  8. Tsui Hark
  9. The Ghost of Liberace
  10. Let’s Go Surfing
  11. Senseless Violins

On November 15, 2001.

On November 15, 2001, “Sanctuary Records” label released “Trading Snakeoil for Wolftickets”, the second Gary Jules album. It was recorded in 2001, and was produced by Michael Andrews and Gary Jules.

Personnel:

 Gary Jules– vocals, guitars, mandolin, harmonica

  • Michael Andrews– guitars, bass, vocals, piano,  keyboards,  melodica, drums, percussion
  • Sarah Brysk – vocals
  • Robert Walter – piano
  • Al Sgro – vocals
  • George Sluppick– drums
  • Matt Lynott – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Jules except where noted.

  1. Broke Window
  2. No Poetry
  3. DTLA
  4. Lucky
  5. Something Else
  6. Pills
  7. Boat Song
  8. Umbilical Town
  9. The Princess of Hollywood Way
  10. Patchwork G
  11. Barstool
  12. Mad World – Roland Orzabal
  13. Untitled – hidden track

 

On November 15, 1971.

On November 15, 1971, “Shelter” label released “Asylum Choir II”, the second and final  Leon Russell and Marc Benno album. It was recorded February 1967 – April 1969, at “Skyhill Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Leon Russell and Marc Benno.

Personnel:

  • Marc Benno– vocals, guitars
  • Leon Russell– bass, guitar, keyboards, piano, vocals
  • Jesse Ed Davis– guitars
  • Chuck Blackwell– drums
  • Carl Radle– bass
  • Donald “Duck” Dunn– bass

Track listing:

All tracks by Leon Russell and Marc Benno except where noted.

  1. Sweet Home Chicago
  2. Down on the Base
  3. Hello, Little Friend – Leon Russell
  4. Salty Candy
  5. Tryin’ to Stay ‘Live
  6. Intro to Rita
  7. Straight Brother
  8. Learn How to Boogie
  9. Ballad for a Soldier – Leon Russell
  10. When You Wish upon a Fag – Leon Russell
  11. Lady in Waiting – Leon Russell

 

 

On November 15, 1986.

licensed_to_ill

On November 15, 1986, “Def Jam” label released “Licensed to Ill”, the debut Beastie Boys studio album. It was recorded in 1986, and was produced by Rick Rubin, Mike D, MCA and Ad-Rock. In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 217 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time and in 2013 the same magazine named it the best debut album of all time. “Licensed to Ill” was the first rap album to top the Billboard album chart. In February 1987, the album was certified Platinum in the US by “RIIA’.

Personnel:

  • Mike D (Michael Louis Diamond) – vocals, drums
  • MCA (Adam Nathaniel Yauch) – vocals, bass
  • Ad – Rock (Adam Keefe Horovitz) – vocals, guitar, programing
  • Kerry King– lead guitar
  • Keene Carse – trombone
  • Danny Lipman – trumpet
  • Tony Orbach – tenor saxophone
  • Steven Ett – engineer
  • Joe Blaney – mixing
  • Steve Byram – art direction
  • World B. Omes (David Gambale) – cover art
  • Sunny Bak– photography

Track listing:

All tracks by  Mike D, MCA, Ad-Rock and Rick Rubin, except where noted.

  1. Rhymin & Stealin
  2. The New Style
  3. She’s Crafty
  4. Posse in Effect
  5. Slow Ride
  6. Girls
  7. (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party!)
  8. No Sleep till Brooklyn
  9. Paul Revere – Adam Horovitz,Darryl McDaniels, Rick Rubin, Joseph Simmons
  10. Hold It Now, Hit It
  11. Brass Monkey
  12. Slow and Low – Darryl McDaniels, Rick Rubin, Joseph Simmons
  13. Time to Get Ill

On November 15, 1986.

jazz_from_hell

On November 15, 1986, “Barking Pumpkin Records” label released “Jazz from Hell”, the forty-seventh Frank Zappa album. It was recorded 1985–1986, at “UMRK”; “Palais des Sports” in St. Etienne, France, and was produced by Frank Zappa. “Jazz from Hell” was Zappa’s final studio album released in his lifetime. In 1988, Frank Zappa won “Grammy Award” for “Best Rock Instrumental Performance”.

Personnel:

  • Frank Zappa– lead guitar, Synclavier, keyboards
  • Steve Vai– rhythm guitar
  • Ray White– rhythm guitar
  • Tommy Mars– keyboards
  • Bobby Martin – keyboards
  • Scott Thunes– bass guitar
  • Chad Wackerman– drums
  • Ed Mann– percussion
  • Greg Gorman – cover photo
  • Bob Rice – computer assistant
  • Bob Stone – engineering

Track listing:

All tracks by Frank Zappa.

  1. Night School
  2. The Beltway Bandits
  3. While You Were Art II
  4. Jazz from Hell
  5. G-Spot Tornado
  6. Damp Ankles
  7. Etienne
  8. Massaggio Galore

 

On November 15, 1978.

grateful_dead_-_shakedown_street

On November 15, 1978, “Arista” label released “Shakedown Street”, the tenth Grateful Dead studio album. It was recorded July 31 -August 18, 1978, at “Club Le Front”, and “Meta Tantay” in Carlin, Nevada, and was produced by Lowell George. The album cover art was by underground comics artist Gilbert Shelton.

Personnel:

  • Jerry Garcia– lead guitar, vocals
  • Donna Jean Godchaux– vocals
  • Keith Godchaux– keyboards, vocals
  • Mickey Hart– drums, percussion
  • Bill Kreutzmann– drums, percussion
  • Phil Lesh– bass guitar
  • Bob Weir– guitar, vocals
  • Jordan Amarantha – percussion
  • Lowell George – vocals
  • Matthew Kelly– harmonica
  • Steve Schuster –horn
  • Brett Cohen –engineering
  • George Horn -mastering
  • Ted Jensen – mastering
  • John Kahn- horn arrangements, associate production
  • Bob Matthews –engineering
  • Jeffrey Boden –mixing assistance
  • Hugh Brown – art coordination
  • Billy Candelario – mixing assistance
  • Reggie Collins –liner notes
  • Jimmy Edwards – associate production
  • Sheryl Farber – editorial supervision
  • Tom Flye – mixing
  • Joe Gastwirt – mastering, production consultancy
  • Robert Gatley – mixing assistance
  • John Hagen – mixing assistance
  • Robin Hurley – associate production
  • Eileen Law – research
  • Hale Milfgrim – associate production
  • Robert Minkin – photography
  • Steve Parish – mixing assistance
  • Scott Pascucci – associate production
  • Ed Perlstein – photography
  • Bruce Polonsky – photography
  • Ron Rakow – photography
  • Rip Rense – liner notes
  • Steven Schuster – horn
  • Cameron Sears –executive production
  • Gilbert Shelton– art coordination
  • Steve Vance – art coordination

Track listing:

  1. Good Lovin’ – Rudy Clark, Arthur Resnick
  2. France – Mickey Hart,Robert Hunter, Bob Weir
  3. Shakedown Street – Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter
  4. Serengetti – Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann
  5. Fire on the Mountain – Mickey Hart, Robert Hunter
  6. I Need a Miracle – John Perry Barlow, Bob Weir
  7. From the Heart of Me – Donna Jean Godchaux
  8. Stagger Lee – Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter
  9. All New Minglewood Blues – Noah Lewis
  10. If I Had the World to Give – Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter

On November 15, 1974.

roxy_music-country_life

On November 15, 1974, “Island” label released “Country Life”, the fourth Roxy Music album. It was recorded July – August 1974, at “Air Studios” in London, and was produced by Chris Thomas, John Punter and Roxy Music. The album cover photo was shot by Eric Boman. In 2003, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked “Country Life” at number 387 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.

Personnel:

  • Bryan Ferry– vocals, keyboards, harmonica
  • John Gustafson– bass
  • Eddie Jobson– strings, synthesizer, keyboards
  • Andy Mackay– oboe, saxophone
  • Phil Manzanera– guitar
  • Paul Thompson– drums

 

Track listing:

All tracks by Bryan Ferry except where noted.

  1. The Thrill of It All
  2. Three and Nine – Brian Ferry, Andy Mackay
  3. All I Want Is You
  4. Out of the Blue – Brian Ferry, Phil Manzanera
  5. If It Takes All Night
  6. Bitter-Sweet – Brian Ferry, Andy Mackay
  7. Triptych
  8. Casanova
  9. A Really Good Time
  10. Prairie Rose – Brian Ferry, Phil Manzanera

On November 15, 1972.

home-coming

On November 15, 1972, “Warner Bros” label released “Homecoming”, the second America studio album. It was recorded in 1972, and was produced by America.

Personnel:

  • Dan Peek -guitar, keyboards, vocals
  • Gerry Beckley – guitar, keyboards, vocals,bass guitar
  • Dewey Bunnell – guitar, vocals,percussion
  • Joe Osborn- bass guitar
  • Hal Blaine- drums, percussion
  • Gary Mallaber– drums, percussion
  • Gary Burden -art direction, design
  • Henry Diltz- photography, banjo
  • Bill Halverson -engineer
  • Lee Herschberg -mastering
  • Chuck Leary – assistant engineer
  • Mike Stone- engineer

Track listing:

  1. Ventura Highway – Dewey Bunnell
  2. To Each His Own – Gerry Beckley
  3. Don’t Cross the River – Dan peek
  4. Moon Song – Dewey Bunnell
  5. Only In Your Heart – Gerry Beckley
  6. Till The Sun Comes Up Again – Gerry Beckley
  7. Cornwall Blank – Dewey Bunnell
  8. Head and Heart – John Martyn
  9. California Revisited – Dan Peek
  10. Saturn Nights – Dan Peek