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On November 21, 2006.

On November 21, 2006, “InsideOut” label released the self-titled, debut Spock’s Beard album. It was recorded in 2006, and was produced by Nick D’Virgilio, Alan Morse, Ryo Okumoto, and Dave Meros.

Personnel:

  • Nick D’Virgilio – lead and backing vocals, drums, timpani, percussion, acoustic and electric guitars
  • Alan Morse – lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitars
  • Ryo Okumoto – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Dave Meros – bass guitar, bass synth, sitar, backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. On a Perfect Day – Nick D’Virgilio, Alan Morse, Stan Ausmus, John Boegehold
  2. Skeletons at the Feast – Dave Meros, John Boegehold
  3. Is This Love – Nick D’Virgilio
  4. All That’s Left – John Boegehold, Dave Meros
  5. With Your Kiss – Nick D’Virgilio
  6. Sometimes They Stay, Sometimes They Go – Stan Ausmus, Alan Morse
  7. The Slow Crash landing Man – John Boegehold, Dave Meros
  8. Wherever You Stand – Ryo Okumoto, Nick D’Virgilio
  9. Hereafter – John Boegehold, Ryo Okumoto
  10. Dreaming in the Age of Answers – John Boegehold, Dave Meros
  11. Here’s a Man – John Boegehold, Dave Meros
  12. They Know We Know – John Boegehold, Dave Meros
  13. Stream of Unconsciousness – John Boegehold, Dave Meros
  14. Rearranged – Nick D’Virgilio

On November 21, 2000.

On November 21, 2000, “Mint” label released “Mass Romantic”, the debut New Pornographers studio album. It was recorded 1998 – 2000, and was produced by John Collins and David Carswell.

Personnel:

  • Dan Bejar – vocals, multi-instruments, Korg synthesizer, pipe organ, Wurlitzer
  • Neko Case – vocals
  • John Collins – bass, engineer
  • Kurt Dahle – drums, vocals
  • Carl Newman – vocals, Korg synthesizer, pipe organ, Wurlitzer
  • Fisher Rose – drums
  • Blaine Thurier – keyboards
  • Davidian Chorley – saxophone
  • Bill Anderson – photography
  • Shannon Oksanen – photography

Track listing:

All truck by A.C. Newman, except where noted.

  1. Mass Romantic – Neko Case, A. C. Newman
  2. The Fake Headlines
  3. The Slow Descent into Alcoholism
  4. Mystery Hours
  5. Jackie – Dan Bejar
  6. Letter from an Occupant – Neko Case
  7. To Wild Homes – Dan Bejar, Case, Newman
  8. The Body Says No
  9. Execution Day – Dan Bejar
  10. Centre for Holy Wars
  11. The Mary Martin Show
  12. Breakin’ the Law – Dan Bejar

On November 21, 1995.

On November 21, 1995, “DIW” label released “Don’t Blame Me”, the seventh Marc Ribot album. It was recorded 1994 – 1995, in New York City, and was produced by Marc Ribot.

Personnel:

  • Marc Ribot – guitars

Track listing:

  1. I’m in the Mood for Love – Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh
  2. Noise 1 – Marc Ribot
  3. Don’t Blame Me – Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh
  4. Ghosts – Albert Ayler
  5. Spigot – Marc Ribot
  6. Body and Soul – Johnny Green, Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton
  7. Bouncin’ Around – Gus Deloof
  8. Solitude – Eddie DeLange, Duke Ellington, Irving Mills
  9. Dinah – Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young
  10. Song for Ché – Charlie Haden
  11. These Foolish Things – Harry Link, Holt Marvell, Jack Strachey
  12. Noise 2 – Marc Ribot
  13. Ol’ Man River – Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern

On November 21, 1980.

On November 21, 1980, “Epic” label released “Hi Infidelity”, the ninth REO Speedwagon studio album. It was recorded June – October 1980, and was produced by Kevin Beamish, Kevin Cronin, Alan Gratzer, and Gary Richrath.

Personnel:

  • Kevin Cronin – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, piano
  • Gary Richrath – lead guitar
  • Neal Doughty – keyboards
  • Bruce Hall – lead and backing vocals, bass
  • Alan Gratzer – drums, backing vocals
  • Steve Forman – percussion
  • He-Man Broken Hearts Club Choir – backing vocals
  • Tom Kelly – backing vocals
  • Richard Page – backing vocals
  • Kevin Beamish – engineer
  • Tom Cummings – assistant engineer
  • Kent Duncan, Greg Fulginiti, Jo Hansch – mastering
  • Kevin Cronin – arranger, programing, lyrics assistant
  • Kosh – art direction, design
  • Bobby Gordon – design
  • Aaron Rapoport – photography
  • Bobby Gordon – lightning design

Track listing:

  1. Don’t Let Him Go – Kevin Cronin
  2. Keep On Loving You – KevIn Cronin
  3. Follow My Heart – Tom Kelly, Gary Richrath
  4. In Your Letter – Gary Richracth
  5. Take It On the Run – Gary Richracht
  6. Tough Guys – Kevin Cronin
  7. Out of Season – Kevin Cronin, Tom Kelly
  8. Shakin’ It Loose – Gary Richracht
  9. Someone Tonight – Bruce Hall
  10. I Wish You Were There – Kevin Cronin

On November 21, 1989.

On November 21, 1989, “Anthem Records” label released “Presto”, the thirteenth Rush studio album. It was recorded June – August 1989, at “Le Studio” in Morin Heights, Quebec, “McClear Place” in Toronto, Ontario, and was produced by  Rupert Hine, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart and Geddy Lee. The album was certified Platinum in Canada by “CRIA”.

Personnel:

  • Alex Lifeson– electric and acoustic guitars, arrangement
  • Neil Peart– drums, electronic percussion, arrangement
  • Geddy Lee– vocals, bass guitar, synthesizers, arrangement
  • Rupert Hine– additional keyboards, backing vocals, arrangement
  • Jason Sniderman– additional keyboards
  • Stephen W. Tayler– engineer, mixing
  • Simon Pressey, Jaques Deveau, Rick Anderson – assistant recording engineer
  • Matt Howe – assistant mixing engineer
  • Everett Ravenstein – assistant pre-production engineer
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering
  • Hugh Syme– art direction
  • Scarpati – photography
  • Andrew MacNaughtan – portraits

Track listing:

All lyrics by Neil Peart, all music by Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson.

  1. Show Don’t Tell
  2. Chain Lightning
  3. The Pass
  4. War paint
  5. Scars
  6. Presto
  7. Superconductor
  8. Anagram (For Mongo)
  9. Red Tide
  10. Hand Over Fist
  11. Available Light

On November 21, 1965.

On November 21, 1965, “Pacific Jazz Records” label released “Manteca!”, the seventh Clare Fischer album. It was recorded in 1965, and was produced by Richard Bock.

Personnel:

  • Clare Fischer– piano, organ
  • Conte Candoli, Bobby Bryant, Don Smith, D. Brisbois- trumpet
  • Gil Falco and Bob Edmondson – trombone
  • Ernie Tack – bass trombone
  • Ralph Peña- bass
  • Nicholas “Cuco” Martinez – timbales
  • Adolfo “Chino” Valdes, Carlos Vidal- conga
  • Rudy Calzado – cencero and güiro
  • Richard West – bass
  • Adolfo “Chino” Valdes, Carlos Vidal – conga

Track listing:

  1. Manteca – G. Fuller-J. Gillespie
  2. El Toro – Mongo Santamaria
  3. Morning – Clare Fischer
  4. Afro Blue – Mongo Santamaria
  5. Favela (O Morro) – Antonio Carlos Jobim
  6. Marguerite (Suegra) – Clare Fischer
  7. Dulzura – Clare Fischer
  8. Sway – Pablo Beltran Ruiz
  9. Negrita – Rudy Calzado

 

 

On November 21, 2006.

On November 21, 2006, “Jagjaguwar” label released “Beast Moans”, the debut Swan Lake album. It was recorded February 2008, and was produced by Daniel Bejar, Spencer Krug and Carey Mercer.

Personnel:

  • Daniel Bejar– vocals, guitar, keyboards, synthesizer
  • Spencer Krug – piano, keyboards
  • Carey Mercer – vocals, guitar
  • Emily Duke – drawings
  • Daniel Murphy – design

Track listing:

  1. Widow’s Walk – Daniel Bejar
  2. Nubile Days – Spencer Krug
  3. City Calls – Carey Mercer
  4. A Venue Called Rubella – Daniel Bejar
  5. All Fires – Spencer Krug
  6. The Partisan But He’s Got to Know – Carey Mercer
  7. The Freedom – Daniel Bejar
  8. Petersburg, Liberty Theater, 1914 – unknown
  9. The Pollenated Girls – Carey Mercer
  10. Bluebird – Spencer Krug
  11. Pleasure Vessels – Carey Mercer
  12. Are You Swimming in Her Pools? – Spencer Krug
  13. Shooting Rockets – Daniel Bejar

On November 21, 1989.

On November 21, 1989, “Virgin” label released “Beauty”, the eighth Ryuichi Sakamoto studio album. It was recorded in 1989, at “Take One Studio”, “Zero Studio”, “Onkio Haus”, “Sound Inn Studio” in Tokyo, “Platinum Island Recording Studio”, “Right Tracks Studio”, “Bear Tracks”, “The Power Station” in New York City, “Complex” in Los Angeles, and was produced by  Ryuichi Sakamoto.

Personnel:

  • Ryuichi Sakamoto– vocals, mixing, engineering, arranger, keyboards, piano
  • Arto Lindsay– vocals, rap
  • Brian Wilson– vocals
  • Kazumi Tamaki, Misako Koja – vocals, shamisen
  • Nicky Holland – vocals
  • Yoriko Ganeko – vocals, shamisen, castanets
  • Youssou N’Dour, Laura Shaheen, Robert Wyatt, Jill Jones– vocals
  • Alex Brown, Angel Rogers, Anita Sherman – backing vocals
  • Kirk Crumpler – keyboards, programmer
  • Carlos Lomas, Bun Itakura, Dali Kimoko-N’Dala, Robbie Robertson– guitar
  • Eddie Martinez– guitar, soloist
  • Pino Palladino, Mark Johnson, Larry White – bass
  • Sly Dunbar– drums
  • Pandit Dinesh– tabla
  • Naná Vasconcelos, Paco Yé, Seidou “Baba” Outtara, Sibiri Outtara – percussion
  • Magatie Fall – talking drum
  • Milton Cardona– shekere
  • Shankar– double violin
  • Sang Won Park– zither
  • Sham Guibbory – string section leader
  • Jiang Jian Huo – erhu
  • Greg Calbi, Jason Corsaro – engineer, mixing
  • Ikuo Honma, Kinji Yoshino, Mark Lynette, Naoto Shibuya, Roger Moutenot, Yutaka Arai – engineer
  • Carmen Rizzo– engineer, mixing, programmer
  • Dan Gellert, Douglas Rose, Gary Solomon, John Herman, Junichi Yamazaki , Michael White, Seiichi Yoritomi, Tetsuya Ishizuka, Yuuki Mizutani, Darin Prindle, Kevin Casey, Sylvia Massy– assistant engineer
  • Masaya Nishida, Jeff Bova, Bill Seery – programming
  • Yuji Suguyama – programming, computer operation
  • Shingo Take – sampling

Track listing (Japanese version):

All tracks by Ryuchi Sakamoto.

  1. Calling from Tokyo
  2. A Rose
  3. Asadoya Yunta
  4. Futique
  5. Amore
  6. We Love You
  7. Diabaram
  8. A Pile of Time
  9. Romance
  10. Chinsagu No Hana
  11. Adagio

On November 21, 1995.

On November 21, 1995, Peter James “G” Grant died aged 60. He was music manager, working with Led Zeppelin, The Yardbirds, The Jeff Beck Group, Terry Reid,  The New Vaudeville Band, Bad Company, Maggie Bell, The Nashville Teens and Stone the Crows. He was known as “one of the most ruthless and successful managers in rock history”.

On November 21, 2011.

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On November 21, 2011, “Fish People” label released “50 Words for Snow”, the tenth studio Kate Bush album.It was recorded 2010 – 2011, and was produced by Kate Bush.

Personnel:

  • Kate Bush– chorus vocals, bass, piano, vocals, backing vocals, keyboards
  • Albert McIntosh – lead vocals
  • Andy Fairweather Low– featured vocals
  • Dan McIntosh – guitar
  • Danny Thompson– bass
  • Del Palmer– bass, bells
  • Elton John– featured vocal
  • John Giblin– bass
  • Michael Wood – featured vocals
  • Stefan Roberts – featured vocals
  • Stephen Fry (as Prof. Joseph Yupik) – featured vocals
  • Steve Gadd– drums
  • Recorded by Del Palmer
  • Additional recording by Stephen W. Tayler
  • Mixed by Stephen W. Tayler
  • Assisted by Stanley Gabriel
  • Additional assistants: Jim Jones, Robert Houston, Patrick Phillips and Kris Burton
  • Mastered by Doug Sax and James Guthrie
  • Assisted by Eric Boulanger
  • Orchestral arrangements by Jonathan Tunick
  • Orchestra conducted by Jonathan Tunick
  • Recorded by Simon Rhodes
  • Assisted by Chris Bolster and John Barrett

Track listing:

All tracks by Kate Bush.

  1. Snowflake
  2. Lake Tahoe
  3. Misty
  4. Wild Man
  5. Snowed in at Wheeler Street
  6. 50 Words for Snow
  7. Among Angels