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On November 16, 2018.

On November 16, 2018, “Studio 13” label released “Merrie Land”, the second and final studio The Good, the Bad & the Queen studio album. It was recorded 2017 – 2018, at “Studio 13” in London, and was produced by Tony Visconti, Damon Albarn, Tony Allen, Paul Simonon, and Simon Tong.

Personnel:

  • Damon Albarn – vocals, ARP synthesizer, Farfisa organ, keyboards, mellotron, organ, piano, theremin, percussion, engineer
  • Paul Simonon – vocals, background vocals, bass, percussion, creative director, artwork
  • Simon Tong – vocals, background vocals, guitar
  • Tony Allen – guitar, drums
  • Tony Visconti – vocals, engineer
  • The Demon Strings – strings
  • Antonia Pagulatos – violin
  • Kotono Sato – violin
  • Stella Page – viola
  • Isabelle Dunn – cello
  • Kate St. John – oboe, Cor Anglais
  • Michael “Bami” Rose – saxophone
  • Lucas Petter – trombone
  • Chris Storr – trumpet
  • Eddie “Tan Tan” Thornton – trumpet
  • Gareth Humphreys – bassoon
  • Gerry Diver – tin whistle
  • Owain Arwel Davies – choir arrangements, conductor
  • Stephen Sedgwick – engineer, mixing
  • John Davis – mastering
  • Robert Gordon McHarg III – art direction
  • Chris Musto – layout
  • Herbert Mason – cover photo

Track listing:

All lyrics by Damon Albarn; all music is composed by Damon Albarn, Tony Allen, Paul Simonon, Simon Tong and Tony Visconti.

  1. Introduction
  2. Merrie Land
  3. Gun to the Head
  4. Nineteen Seventeen
  5. The Great Fire
  6. Lady Boston
  7. Drifters & Trawlers
  8. The Truce of Twilight
  9. Ribbons
  10. The last Man to Leave
  11. The Poison Tree

On November 16, 2006.

On November 16, 2006, “Artist Share” label released “Simpático”, an album by the Brian Lynch / Eddie Palmieri Project. It was recorded November – December 2003, and was produced by Brian Lynch.

Personnel:

  • Brian Lynch – trumpet, arranger, mixing, liner notes
  • Eddie Palmieri – piano, liner notes
  • Lila Downs – vocals
  • Donald Harrison – alto sax
  • Yosvany Terry – alto sax
  • Phil Woods – alto sax
  • Gregory Tardy – tenor sax, clarinet
  • Mario Rivera – baritone sax
  • Joe Fiedler – trombone
  • Conrad Herwig – trombone
  • Boris Kozlov – double bass
  • Ruben Rodriguez – bass guitar
  • Adam Rogers – acoustic guitar
  • Edsel Gomez – organ, piano
  • Robby Ameen – drums
  • Dafnis Prieto – drums
  • Giovanni Hidalgo – conga
  • Pedro Rodriguez – conga
  • Tom Dambly – assistant producer, digital editing, liner notes, mixing assistant, photography
  • Dave Darlington – engineer, mixing
  • Tom Carr – mastering
  • Nick Ruechel – liner notes, photography
  • Ted Panken – liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Brian Lynch, except where noted.

  1. The Palimeri Effect
  2. Que Sería la Vida – Brian Lynch, Lila Downs
  3. Guajira Dubois
  4. Jazz Impromptu
  5. Páginas de Mujer – Eddie Palmieri
  6. Slippery
  7. Jazzucar
  8. Tema Para Marissa
  9. Freehands

On November 16, 1994.

On November 16, 1994, “PGP RTS” label released “Zašto da ne!” the seventh Električni orgazam album. It was recorded May – July 1994, at “Studio M” in Novi Sad, “Studio 5 PGP RTS” in Belgrade, Serbia, and was produced by Srđan Gojković “Gile.

Personnel:

  • Srđan Gojković Gile – vocals, guitar
  • Branislav Petrović Banana – vocals, guitar, Hammond organ, piano, xylophone, violin
  • Zoran Radomirović Švaba – vocals, bass
  • Goran Čavajda – Čavke – vocals, drums, didgendoo
  • Srđan Todorović Žika – drums, percussion, tambourine
  • Zoran Kostić Cane – vocal
  • Dejan Radisavljević Role – guitar
  • Zoran Zagorčić – Hammond organ, piano
  • Neša Petrović – saxophone
  • Nenad Čanak – flute
  • Štukelja – violin
  • Ivan Vlatković – engineer
  • Zoran Matijević – engineer assistant
  • Leo Fon Punkerstein – design
  • Nebojša Babić – photography

Track listing:

  1. Keine Macht Den Drogen
  2. I. D. J. S.
  3. Nikog više ne čekam
  4. Ja sam sasvim normalan
  5. Zašto da ne
  6. Kažu da te vratim mami
  7. Daj mi sklonište
  8. Ovaj put je tvoj
  9. Dajem ljubav
  10. Spojimo se sad
  11. Prljava mala devojčica
  12. Moj život je paranoja
  13. Oslobodi se (U krugu svetlosti)
  14. Da si tako jaka
  15. A ti me opet zoveš
  16. Škloke ploke flonge
  17. Rasipam se
  18. Metadonska terapija
  19. Prestani
  20. Jak kao kamen
  21. Halucinacije
  22. Huni i Avari naviru
  23. Sijaj sad kao novo sunce

On November 16, 1976.

On November 16, 1976, “CBS” label released “L’Heptade”, the third and final Harmonium album. It was recorded June – October 1976.

Personnel:

  • Serge Fiori – lead and background vocals, guitar, flute, percussion
  • Neil Chotem – electric piano, keyboards, celeste, arranger
  • Michel Normandeau – vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, accordion
  • Serge Locat – piano, electric piano, organ, keyboards, mellotron, synthesizer
  • Monique Fauteux – lead and background vocals, keyboards
  • Louis Valois – vocals, piano, electric piano, bass, musical director
  • Robert Stanley – acoustic and electric guitars
  • Denis Farmer – drums, percussion, noise
  • Libert Subirana – alto saxophone, clarinet, flute, wind
  • Pierre Bertrand – vocals, background vocals
  • Estelle St. Croix – vocals, background vocals
  • Richard Séguin – vocals, background vocals
  • Anthony Chotem – guitar, classical guitar
  • Mike LaChance – percussion
  • Peter Bowman – oboe
  • Nelson Vipond – engineer
  • John Williams – art direction

All interludes by Neil Chotem. All music by Serge Fiori except where noted. All lyrics by Serge Fiori and Michel Normandeau except where noted.

  1. Prologue (interlude)
  2. Comme un fou – music by Serge Fiori, Michel Normandeau
  3. Sommeil sans rêves (interlude)
  4. Chanson noire
    1. A. Le Bien, le Mal – lyrics by Serge Fiori
    1. B. Pour une blanche cérémonie – music by Serge Fiori, Serge Locat

5. Le Premier Ciel

  • L’Appel (Interlude)
    • Le Premier Ciel

6. L’Exil

  • Sur une corde raide (Interlude)
    • L’Exil – lyrics by Serge Fiori

7. Le Corridor

  • Le Corridor
    • Les Premières Lumières (Interlude)

8. Lumières de vie

  • A. Lumières de nuit
    • B. Éclipse – music by Neil Chotem
    • C. Lumière de jour – music by Serge Locat
    • D. Lumière de vie – music by Serge Fiori, Serge Locat, Louis Valois

9. Comme un sage

  • Prélude d’amour (Interlude)
    • Comme un sage – lyrics by Serge Fiori
    • Épilogue (interlude)

On November 16, 1999.

On November 16, 1999, “InsideOut” label released “Flower Power”, the fourth  Flower Kings studio album. It was recorded November 1998 – June 1999, and was produced by Don Azzaro.

Personnel:

  • Roine Stolt- vocals, guitars, keyboards, bass guitar
  • Tomas Bodin- keyboards
  • Michael Stolt- bass guitar
  • Jaime Salazar- drums
  • Hasse Bruniusson- percussion
  • Hasse Fröberg- vocals
  • Ulf Wallander- soprano saxophone
  • Tomas Bodin – assistant engineer, mixing assistant
  • Tomas Eriksson – pre-mastering engineer
  • Dexter Frank Jr. – engineer
  • Stefan Bodin – photography
  • Lilian Forsberg – photography
  • Per Nordin – photography
  • Roine Stolt – photography

Track listing:

Disc One

Garden of Dreams – Tomas Bodin, Roine Stolt

  1. Dawn
  2. Simple Song
  3. Business Vamp
  4. All You Can Save
  5. Attack of the Monster Briefcase
  6. Hope Goes to Wall Street
  7. Did I Tell You?
  8. Garden of Dreams
  9. Don’t Let the d’Evil In
  10. Love is the Word
  11. There’s No Such Night
  12. The Mean Machine
  13. Dungeon of the Deep
  14. Indian Summer
  15. Sunny Lane
  16. Gardens Revisited
  17. Shadowland
  18. The Final Deal

Disc two

  1. Deaf, Numb & Blind
  2. Stupid Girl
  3. Corruption
  4. Power of Kindness – Tomas Bodin
  5. Psychedelic Postcard
  6. Hudson River Sirens Call 1998
  7. Magic Pie – Hasse Fröberg
  8. Painter
  9. Calling Home
  10. Afterlife – Tomas Bodin, Roine Stolt
  11. End of a Century – bonus track

On November 16, 1964.

On November 16, 1964, “Columbia” label released “Runnin’ Out of Fools”, the sixth Aretha Franklin studio album. It was recorded in 1964, and was produced by Clyde Otis.

Personnel:

  1. Mockingbird – Charlie Foxx, Inez Foxx
  2. How Glad I Am – Jimmy Williams, Larry Harrison
  3. Walk On By – Hal David, Burt Bacharach
  4. Every Little Bit Hurts – Ed Cobb
  5. The Shoop Shoop Song (It’s in His Kiss) – Rudy Clark
  6. You’ll Lose a Good Thing – Barbara Lynn Ozen
  7. I Can’t Wait Until I See My Baby’s Face – Chip Taylor, Norman Meade
  8. It’s Just a Matter of Time – Belford Hendricks, Clyde Otis, Brook Benton
  9. Runnin’ Out of Fools – Kay Rogers, Richard Ahlert
  10. My Guy – Smokey Robinson
  11. Two Sides of Love – Roy Alfred
  12. One Room Paradise – John Leslie McFarland

On November 16, 2009.

On November 16, 2009, “Mercury” label released “Keep Calm and Carry On”, the seventh Stereophonics studio album. It was recorded September – December 2008, at “State of the Ark”, “RAK Studios” and “Westpoint Studios” in London, and was produced by Kelly Jones, Jim Abbiss and Jim Lowe.

Personnel:

  • Kelly Jones– lead vocals, guitar
  • Richard Jones– bass
  • Adam Zindani– guitar, backing vocals
  • Javier Weyler– drums
  • Niel Cowley – piano, Wurlitzer, organ
  • Jim Abbiss– piano, organ, Synthesizer, Vibraphone, percussion
  • Arnulf Lindner – cello
  • Barny Barnicott, Jim Lowe – mixing
  • Jonathan Shakhovskoy – engineering
  • Tom Hough, Helen Atkinson, Ian Sherwin – additional engineering
  • John Davis – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Kelly Jones.

  1. She’s Alright
  2. Innocent
  3. Beerbottle
  4. Trouble
  5. Could You Be the One
  6. I Got Your Number
  7. Uppercut
  8. Live ‘n’ Love
  9. 100mph
  10. Wonder
  11. Stuck in a Rut
  12. Show Me How

On November 16, 2004.

On November 16, 2004, “EL” label released “Youth”, the sixth Collective Soul studio album. It was recorded in 2003, and was produced by Ed Roland and Dexter Green.

Personnel:

  • Ed Roland- lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards
  • Dean Roland – rhythm guitar
  • Will Turpin – bass guitar, backup vocals
  • Joel Kosche- lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Ryan Hoyle- drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Ed Roland, except where noted.

  1. Better Now – Dexter Green, Ed Roland
  2. There’s a Way – Dexter Green, Ed Roland
  3. Home – Dexter Green, Ed Roland
  4. How Do You Love
  5. Him
  6. Feels Like (It Feels Alright)
  7. Perfect to Stay
  8. Counting the Days
  9. Under Heaven’s Skies
  10. General Attitude
  11. Satellite

In April 1956.

In April 1956, “Prestige” label released “Miles: The New Miles Davis Quintet”, the ninth Miles Davis album. It was recorded on November 16, 1955, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Hackensack, New Jersey, and was produced by Bob Weinstock.

Personnel:

  • Miles Davis– trumpet
  • John Coltrane– tenor saxophone
  • Red Garland– piano
  • Paul Chambers– bass
  • Philly Joe Jones– drums

Track listing:

  1. Just Squeeze Me – Duke Ellington, Lee Gaines
  2. There Is No Greater Love – Isham Jones, Marty Symes
  3. How Am I to Know? – Dorothy Parker, Jack King
  4. S’posin’ – Paul Denniker, Andy Razaf
  5. The Theme – Miles Davis
  6. Stablemates – Benny Golson

On November 16, 2010.

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On November 16, 2010, “Duophonic / Drag City” label released “Not Music”, the tenth Stereolab studio album. The album is a collection of unreleased materials which were recorded at the same time as the band’s previous album “Chemical Chords”.

Personnel:

  • Lætitia Sadier– vocals
  • Tim Gane– guitar
  • Simon Johns– bass
  • Andy Ramsay– drums, synthesizer
  • Vee – sleeve design
  • Joe Walters – French Horn
  • Bo – mastering
  • Joe Watson – synthesizer, organ, mixer, engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Tim Gane and Lætitia Sadier.

  1. Everybody’s Weird Except Me
  2. Supah Jaianto
  3. So Is Cardboard Clouds
  4. Equivalences
  5. Leleklato Sugar
  6. Silver Sands (Emperor Machine Mix)
  7. Two Finger Symphony
  8. Delugeoisie
  9. Laserblast
  10. Sun Demon
  11. Aelita
  12. Pop Molecules (Molecular Pop 2)
  13. Neon Beanbag (Atlas SoundMix)