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On November 18, 2020.

On November 18, 2020, Anthony Hooper died aged 81, He was musician (guitar) and singer-songwriter, member of the bands Ceilidh, Pitchfork and Misalliance, but was best known as co-founder and guitarist of The Strawbs.

On November 18, 2014.

On November 18, 2014, “4AD” label released “Pom Pom”, the tenth Ariel Pink studio album. It was recorded in 2018, and was produced by Ariel Pink.

Personnel:

  • Ariel Pink – vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, artwork, layout
  • Joe Kennedy – synthesizer, harmonies, backing vocals
  • Kenny Gilmore – drums, keyboards, bass guitar, backing vocals, engineering, editing
  • Don Bolles – drums, guitar, harmonies, backing vocals, recording
  • Jorge Elbrecht – vocals, guitar, synthesizer, sampler
  • Shags Chamberlain – vocals, synthesizer, bass, sequencing, programming
  • Justin Raisen – guitar
  • Jason Pierce – guitar
  • Alex Brettin – twelve-string guitar
  • Jack Name – vocals, guitar, analog synthesizer, radar, OPS
  • Ben Brown – guitar, vibraphone, violin arrangements, organ
  • Ben Salomon – vibraphone
  • Tim Koh – vocals, bass, drums
  • Chloe Sykes – vocals
  • Piper Kaplan – vocals
  • Soko Sokolinski – vocals
  • Cole Greif-Neill – programming drums, live drums, Ableton, Logic
  • Jimi Hey – drums, electronic flute
  • Phillip Haut – engineering
  • Samlir Kholija – engineering, recording
  • David Ives – mastering
  • Matt Fishbeck – artwork, layout
  • Linda Rosenberg – photography

Track listing:

  1. Plastic Raincoats in the Pig Parade – Ariel Pink, Kim Fowley
  2. White Freckles – Ariel Pink, Kenny Gilmore
  3. Four Shadows – Ariel Pink, Don Bolles
  4. Lipstick – Ariel Pink
  5. Not Enough Violence – Alex Kazemi, Ariel Pink, Don Bolles, Shags Chamberlain
  6. Put Your Number in My Place – Ariel Pink, Jorge Elbrecht
  7. One Summer Night – Pink Ariel
  8. Nude Beach a Go-Go – Pink Ariel, Kim Fowley
  9. Goth Bomb – Pink Ariel
  10. Dinosaur Carebears – Ariel Pink, Joe Kennedy, Shags Chamberlain
  11. Negativ Ed – Ariel Pink
  12. Sexual Athletics – Ariel Pink, Don Bolles, Kim Fowley
  13. Jell-O – Ariel Pink, Kim Fowley
  14. Black Ballerina – Ariel Pink
  15. Picture Me Gone – Ariel Pink, Justin Raisen, Mary Raisen
  16. Exile on Frog Street – Ariel Pink, Joe Kennedy, Kim Fowley
  17. Dayzed Inn Daydreams – Ariel Pink

On November 18, 1977.

On November 18, 1977, “Stiff Records” label released “Music for Pleasure”, the second Damned (The) studio album. It was recorded in August 1977, at “Britannia Row Studios” in London, and was produced by Nick Mason.

Personnel:

  • Dave Vanian – vocals
  • Brian James – lead and slide guitar, backing vocals
  • Lu Edmunds – rhythm guitar
  • Captain Sensible – bass, backing vocals,
  • Rat Scabies – drums
  • Lol Coxhill – saxophone
  • Nick Griffiths – engineering

Track listing:

All tracks by Brian James, except as noted.

  1. Problem Child – Brian James, Rat Scabies
  2. Don’t Cry Wolf
  3. One Way Love
  4. Politics
  5. Stretcher Case – Brian James, Rat Scabies
  6. Idiot Box – Captain Sensible, Rat Scabies
  7. You Take My Money
  8. Alone
  9. Your Eyes – Brian James, Dave Vanian
  10. Creep (You Can’t Fool Me)
  11. You Know

On November 18, 2008.

On November 18, 2008, “Domino” label released “NYC”, the fourth Kieran Hebden and Steve Reid album. It was recorded in 2008, and was produced by Kieran Hebden.

Personnel:

  • Kieran Hebden – guitar, samples, electronics 
  • Steve Reid – drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Kieren Hebden and Steve Reid

  1. Lyman Place
  2. 1st & 1st
  3. 25th Street
  4. Arrival
  5. Between B & C
  6. Departure

On November 18, 1978.

On November 18, 1978, “Atlantic” label released “Love Beach”, the seventh Emerson, Lake & Palmer studio album. It was recorded in 1978, at “Compass Point Studios” in Nassau, Bahamas, and was produced by Keith Emerson.

Personnel:

  • Keith Emerson – keyboards
  • Greg Lake – vocals, guitars, bass, harmonica
  • Carl Palmer – drums, percussion
  • Jack Nuber – engineer
  • Karl Pitterson – engineer

Track listing:

All lyrics by Peter Sinfield, all music as noted.

  1. All I Want is You – Greg Lake
  2. Love Beach – Greg Lake
  3. Taste of My Love – Greg Lake
  4. The Gambler – Keith Emerson, Greg Lake
  5. For You – Greg Lake
  6. Canario – Joaquin Rodrigo
  7. Memoirs of an Officer and a Gentleman – Keith Emerson

a. Prologue/The Education of a Gentleman

b. Love at First Sight

c. Letters from the Front

d. Honorable Company (A March)

On November 18, 1976.

On November 18, 1976, “United Artists” label released “Act Like Nothing’s Wrong”, the seventh Al Kooper studio album. It was recorded in 1976, at “Record Plant” in Los Angeles, “Record Plant” in Sausalito, CA, “TK Studios” in Hialeah, FL, “Quadraphonic Sound Studios” in Nashville, TN, “Sound Ideas Studios” in New York City, “Studio One” in Doraville, GA, and was produced by Al Kooper, and John Simon.

Personnel:

  • Al Kooper – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, keyboards, clavinet, arranger, horn arrangements, engineer
  • Bobby Wood – organ, piano, electric piano
  • Joe Walsh – slide guitar
  • Reggie Young – vocals, guitar
  • Robert Ferguson – drums, vocals
  • Dominic Frontiere – horn arrangements
  • Steve Gibson – guitar, rhythm guitar
  • Willie “Little Beaver” Hale – guitar
  • Hilda Harris – backing vocals
  • Marvin Stamm – trumpet
  • Tower of Power – horns
  • Ron Bogdon – bass
  • J. R. Cobb – bass
  • George “Chocolate” Perry – bass
  • Mike Leech – bass
  • Harry Lookofsky – violin
  • Wendy Waldman – backing vocals
  • Ron Hicklin Singers – backing vocals
  • Tubby Zeigler – drums
  • Larrie Londin – drums
  • Gary Coleman – percussion, bongos, conga
  • John Simon – arranger
  • Steve Alaimo – engineer
  • Bob Edwards – engineer
  • Gene Eichelberger – engineer
  • John Henning – engineer
  • Bruce Hensal – engineer
  • Linda Hoxit – engineer
  • Denis King – engineer
  • Kelly Kotera – engineer
  • Bobby Langford – engineer
  • Tim Sadler – engineer
  • Rick Sanchez – engineer
  • Rick Smith – engineer
  • Steve Smith – engineer
  • Alan Robinson – liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Al Kooper; except where noted.

  1. Is We on the Downbeat
  2. This Diamond Ring – Al Kooper, Bob Brass, Irwin Levine
  3. She Don’t Ever Lose Her Groove – Willie Hale
  4. I Forgot to Be Your Lover – Booker T. Jones, William Bell
  5. Missing You
  6. Out of Left Field – Dan Penn, Spooner Oldham
  7. (Please Not) One More Time
  8. In My Own Sweet Way
  9. Turn My Head Towards Home – Al Kooper, John Simon
  10. A Visit to the Rainbow Bar and Grill
  11. Hollywood Vampire

On November 18, 1974.

On November 18, 1974, “Purple” label released “The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper’s Feast”, the second Roger Glover album. It is a concept album based on the children’s poem of a similar title. It was recorded in 1974, at “Kingsway Recorders” in London, and was produced by Roger Glover, and Alan G. Rainer.

Personnel:

  • Roger Glover – bass guitar, synthesizer, piano, guitar, percussion, backing vocals
  • Ian Gillan – vocals
  • Tony Ashton – vocals
  • Helen Chappelle – vocals
  • David Coverdale – vocals
  • Ronnie James Dio – vocals
  • John Goodison – vocals
  • John Gustafson – vocals
  • Jimmy Helms – vocals
  • Glenn Hughes – vocals
  • Judi Kuhl – vocals, backing vocals
  • Neil Lancaster – vocals
  • John Lawton – vocals
  • Micky Lee Soule – vocals
  • Barry St. John – vocals
  • Liza Strike – vocals
  • Kay Garner – backing vocals
  • Joanne Williams – backing vocals
  • Jon Lord – piano
  • Mike Moran – piano
  • Ann Odell – piano
  • Eddie Hardin – vocals, background vocals, keyboards
  • Ray Fenwick – guitar
  • Eddie Jobson – violin
  • Chris Karan – tabla
  • Robin Thompson – bassoon
  • Nigel Watson – saw
  • Jack Emblow – accordion
  • Michael Giles – drums
  • Les Binks – drums
  • The Mountain Fjord Orchestra led by David Woodcock and conducted by Martin Ford, John Bell and Del Newman
  • The album cover design is from Alan Aldridge’s design for a 1973 book based on the poem “The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper’s Feast”

Track listing:

All tracks by Roger Glover, except where noted.

  1. Dawn
  2. Get Ready
  3. Saffron Dormouse and Lizzy Bee
  4. Harlequin Hare – Roger Glover, Ronnie James Dio, Micky Lee Soule
  5. Old Blind Mole
  6. Magician Moth
  7. No Solution
  8. Behind the Smile
  9. Fly Away
  10. Aranea
  11. Sitting in a Dream
  12. Waiting
  13. Sir Maximus Mouse
  14. Dreams of Sir Bedivere
  15. Together Ahain – Roger Glover, Ronnie James Dio, Micky Lee Soule
  16.  Watch Out for the Bat
  17. The Feast
  18. Love is All – Roger Glover, Eddie Hardin, Ronnie James Dio
  19. Homeward – Roger Glover, Eddie Hardin

In December 1993.

In December 1993, “Black Saint” label released “Five Chord Stud”, the 14th Julius Hemphill album. It was recorded November 18 and 19, 1993, at “Sear Sound” in New York City and was produced by Julius Hemphill and Cynthia B, Herbst.

Personnel:

  • Julius Hemphill- conductor, composer
  • Tim Berne- alto saxophone
  • Marty Ehrlich- soprano and alto saxophone
  • Sam Furnace- soprano and alto saxophone
  • James Carter- tenor saxophone
  • Andrew White- tenor saxophone
  • Fred Ho- baritone saxophone
  • Bill Emmons – recording, engineer
  • Jon Rosenberg – recording, mixing
  • Gennaro Carone – mastering
  • Jeff Schlanger – cover art, design
  • Jurg Rehbein – photography
  • Bill Shoemaker – liner notes
  • Giovanni Bonandrini – executive producer

Track listing:

All tracks by Julius Hemphill

  1. Band Theme
  2. Critical
  3. Shorty
  4. Mirrors
  5. Five Chord Stud
  6. The Moat and the Bridge
  7. Georgia Blue
  8. Flush
  9. Spiritual Chairs

On November 18, 2008.

On November 18, 2008, “Inside Out Music” label released “Who’s the Boss in the Factory?”, the third Karmakanic studio album. It was recorded in 2008, and was produced by Jonas Reingold.

Personnel:

  • Göran Edman– vocals
  • Krister Jonsson – electricand acoustic guitars, keyboards, additional bass
  • Lalle Larsson – keyboards
  • Jonas Reingold– electric and fretless bass, additional keyboards
  • Zoltan Csorsz– drums, percussion
  • Tomas Bodin– keyboards
  • Johan Glössner, Krister Jonsson, Elias Kalvik – guitars
  • Lelo Nika – accordion
  • Rob Palmen – vocals
  • Roine Stolt– twelve-string guitar, organ, percussion
  • Andy Tillison– organ, synthesizer
  • Theo Travis– saxophone
  • Tomas Bodin, Roine Stolt – recording, engineer
  • Jonas Reingold – recording, engineer, mixing
  • Magnus Axelsson – mixing, mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Jonas Reingold and Inger Ohlén Reingold, except where noted.

  1. Send a Message from the Heart
  2. Let in Hollywood”(Jonas Reingold)
  3. Who’s the Boss in the Factory
  4. Two Blocks from the Edge
  5. Eternally Pt:I
  6. Eternally Pt:II

 

On November 18, 1977.

On November 18, 1977, “Columbia” label released “Spectres”, the fifth Blue Öyster Cult studio album. It was recorded July – September 1977, at “The Record Plant” in New York City, and was produced by Murray Krugman, Sandy Pearlman, David Lucas, Eric Bloom, Donald “Buck Dharma” Roeser, Allen Lanier, Joe Bouchard and Albert Boucchard.

Personnel:

  • Eric Bloom– vocals, stun guitar
  • Donald “Buck Dharma” Roeser– vocals, lead guitar
  • Allen Lanier– vocals, keyboards, rhythm guitar
  • Joe Bouchard– vocals, bass
  • Albert Bouchard– drums, harmonica, percussion
  • NewarkBoys Chorus – vocals
  • Shelly Yakus– engineer, mixing
  • John Jansen, Corky Stasiak, Thom Panunzio, Andy Abrams – engineers
  • Gray Russell, Dave Thoener, Jay Krugman, Rod O’Brien, Sam Ginsberg – assistant engineers
  • Joe Brescio – mastering
  • Roni Hoffman – design
  • Eric Meola– photos
  • David Infante – laser effects, photo assistance

Track listing:

  1. Godzilla – Donald Roeser
  2. Golden Age of Leather – Donald Roeser, Bruce Abbott
  3. Death Valley Nights – Albert Bouchard, Richard Meltzer
  4. Searchin’ for Celine – Allen Lanier
  5. Fireworks – Albert Bouchard
  6. U. Ready 2 Rock – Albert Bouchard, Sandy Pearlman
  7. Celestial the Queen – Joe Bouchard, Helen Wheels
  8. Goin’ Through the Motions – Eric Bloom, Ian Hunter
  9. I Love the Night – Donald Roeser
  10. Nosferatu – Joe Bouchard, Helen Wheels