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On November 26, 2007.

On November 26, 2007, “Cramboy” label released “Vapour Trails”, the eleventh Tuxedomoon studio album. It was recorded in 2007, at “Sweetohm Studio” in Athens, Greece, and was produced by Steven Brown, Peter Dachert, Luc van Lieshout, and Blaine L. Reinger.


  • Steven Brown – vocals, saxophone, clarinet, keyboards, piano, organ
  • Peter Dachert (as Peter Principle) – bass guitar, electric guitar, backing vocals, mixing
  • Luc Van Lieshout – trumpet, flugelhorn, harmonica
  • Blaine L. Reininger – vocals, violin, viola, guitar, keyboards
  • Nikos Papavranousis – drums
  • Christos Lainas – engineering
  • Lambros Syfris – engineering
  • Coti – mixing
  • Vincent Kenis – mastering
  • Alan Ward – mastering
  • Jonathan Barnbrook – design

Track listing:

All tracks by Steven Brown, Peter Dachert, Luc Van Lieshout and Blaine L. Reininger.

  1. Muchos Colores
  2. Still Small Voice
  3. Kubrick
  4. Big Olive
  5. Dark Temple
  6. Dizzy
  7. Epso Meth lama
  8. Wading Into Love

On November 26, 2004.

On November 26, 2004, “Horslips Records” label released “Roll Back”, the tenth Horslips album. It was recorded August – September 2004, at “Grouse Lodge Studios” in Horsleap, Co. Westmeath, Ireland, and was produced by Eamon Carr, Barry Devlin, Johnny Fean, Jim Lockhart, and Charles O’Connor.


  • Johnny Fean – vocals, guitar, tenor guitar, slide guitar, tenor banjo
  • Jim Lockhart – vocals, piano, keyboards, low whistle
  • Charles O’Connor – vocals, guitar, tenor guitar, violin, mandolin, concertina
  • Barry Devlin – vocals, bass guitar
  • Eamon Carr – drums, percussion
  • Aisling Drury – cello
  • Stefano Soffia, Ivan O’Shea – engineering
  • Stefano Soffia – mixing
  • Peter Mew – mastering
  • Charles O’Connor, Chris Ellis – cover art

Track listing:

  1. Trouble (With A Capital T)
  2. The Man Who Built America
  3. Guests of the Nation
  4. Faster Than the Hound
  5. Huish the Cat
  6. Mad Pat
  7. The Wrath of the Rain
  8. Flirting in the Shadows
  9. Cuchulainn’s Lament
  10. Ace & Deuce
  11. Blindman
  12. Furniture
  13. The Power and the Glory
  14. Long Weekend
  15. My Love is in America

On November 26, 1973.

On November 26, 1973, “ECM” label released “Diary”, the second Ralph Towner album. It was recorded in April 1973, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.


  • Ralph Towner — twelve-string guitar, classical guitar, piano, gong

Track listing:

All tracks by Ralph Towner except where noted.

  1. Dark Spirit
  2. Entry in a Diary
  3. Images Unseen
  4. Icarus
  5. Mon Enfant – traditional
  6. Odgen Road
  7. Erg
  8. Silence of a Candle

On November 26, 1966.

On November 26, 1966, “Blue Note” label released “Mode for Joe”, the fifth Joe Henderson studio album. It was recorded in January 1966, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Engelwood Cliffs.


  • Joe Henderson– tenor saxophone
  • Lee Morgan– trumpet
  • Curtis Fuller– trombone
  • Bobby Hutcherson– vibes
  • Cedar Walton– piano
  • Ron Carter– bass
  • Joe Chambers– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Henderson except where noted.

  1. A Shade of Jade
  2. Mode for Joe – Cedar Walton
  3. Black – Cedar Walton
  4. Caribbean Fire Dance
  5. Granted
  6. Free Wheelin’ – Lee Morgan

On November 26, 1965.

On November 26, 1965, “Delmark” label released “Hoodoo Man Blues”, the debut Junior Wells album. It was recorded in September 1965, and was produced by Bob Koester.


  • Junior Wells– vocals, harmonica
  • Buddy Guy(billed as Friendly Chap) – vocals, guitar
  • Bill Warren – drums
  • Jack Myers – bass
  • Stu Black – engineer
  • Zbigniew Jastrzebski – cover design
  • Greg Roberts (a.k.a. Bob Koester) – photography
  • Bob Koester– linear notes, supervisor

Track listing:

  1. Snatch It Back and Hold It – Junior Wells
  2. Ships on the Ocean – Junior Wells
  3. Good Morning Schoolgirl – traditional
  4. Hound Dog – Big Mama Thorton
  5. In the Wee Wee Hours – Junior Wells, Buddy Guy
  6. Hey Lawdy Mama – traditional
  7. Hoodoo Man Blues – Junior Wells
  8. Early in the Morning – traditional
  9. We’re Ready – Buddy Guy, Junior Wells
  10. You Don’t Love Me Baby – Junior Wells
  11. Chillin’ Con Came – Junior Wells
  12. Yonder Wall – traditional

On November 26, 2008.

On November 26, 2008, “Headphone Dust” label released “Insurgentes”, the first Steven Wilson solo album. It was recorded December 2007 – August 2008, and was produced by Steven Wilson.


  • Steven Wilson: vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, acoustic & electric pianos, keyboards, synthesizers, harmonium, mellotron, bass guitar, percussion, drum & keyboard programming, ambient noise, loops, mixing
  • Gavin Harrison– drums , cymbals
  • Tony Levin– bass
  • Mike Outram – electric guitar
  • Dirk Serries– guitar drones
  • Jordan Rudess– piano
  • Clodagh Simonds– vocals
  • Sand Snowman – acoustic and processed acoustic guitars, recorders
  • Theo Travis– wah-flute, clarinet, saxophone
  • Michiyo Yagi– 17-string bass koto, 21-string koto
  • Steve Price, Maki Sasaki – engineer
  • Mark Prator, John Wesley – guitars engineer
  • Bert Baldwin – piano engineer
  • Andy VanDette – mastering
  • Lasse Hoile – cover design, photography

Track listing:

All tracks written by Steven Wilson.

  1. Harmony Korine
  2. Abandoner
  3. Salvaging
  4. Veneno para las hadas
  5. No Twilight Within the Courts of the Sun
  6. Significant Other
  7. Only Child
  8. Twilight Coda
  9. Get All You Deserve
  10. Insurgentes


On November 26, 1996.

On November 26, 1996, “EMI” label released “Broken China” the second and the final Richard Wright solo album. It was recorded in 1996, at “Studio Harmonie” in  France; “Whitfield Street Studios”, “RAK Studios” and “The Astoriain London, and was produced by Richard Wright, Anthony Moore and Laurie Latham.


  • Richard Wright– vocals, keyboards, programming
  • Anthony Moore– computer programming, arrangements, ‘telephone vocal’
  • Sinéad O’Connor– lead vocals
  • Tim Renwick, Dominic Miller, Steven Bolton – guitars
  • Pino Palladino– bass guitar
  • Manu Katché– drums, percussion
  • Sian Bell – cello
  • Kate St. John– oboe, cor anglais
  • Maz Palladino – backing vocals
  • Storm Thorgerson, Peter Curzon- sleeve design
  • Tony May – photography
  • Jason Reddy – computer
  • Julien Mils, Finlay Cowan – artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by Richard Wright, except where noted.

  1. Breaking Water – Richard Wright, Anthony Moore
  2. Night of a Thousand Furry Toys – Richard Wright, Anthony Moore
  3. Hidden Fear – Richard Wright, Gerry Gordon
  4. Runaway
  5. Unfair Ground
  6. Satellite
  7. Woman of Custom
  8. Interlude
  9. Black Cloud
  10. Far from the Harbour Wall – Richard Wright, Anthony Moore
  11. Drowning
  12. Reaching for the Rail – Richard Wright, Anthony Moore
  13. Blue Room in Venice – Richard Wright, Gerry Gordon
  14. Sweet July
  15. Along the Shoreline – Richard Wright, Anthony Moore
  16. Breakthrough – Richard Wright, Anthony Moore

On November 26, 2011.


On November 26, 2011, Keith “Keef” Hartley died aged 67. Being drummer and bandleader, he was best known as leader of his own band Keef Hartley Band or the Keef Hartley Big Band, and played at Woodstock. He was also a member of Dog Soldier, and has worked with Rory Storm, The Artwoods and John Mayall.

On November 26, 2002.


On November 26, 2002, “Palm Pictures” label released “Lil’ Beethoven”, the 19th Sparks album. It was recorded in 2002, at “Sparks Studio” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Ron Mael and Russell Mael.


  • Russell Mael– vocals, programming, production, arrangements
  • Ron Mael– keyboards, orchestrations, programming, production, arrangements
  • Tammy Glover– drums
  • Dean Menta– guitar
  • John Thomas – mixing, additional engineering
  • Günther Koch – vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Ron Mael and Russell Mael.

  1. The Rhythm Thief
  2. How Do I Get To Carnegie Hall?
  3. What Are All These Bands So Angry About?
  4. I Married Myself
  5. Ride ‘Em Cowboy
  6. My Baby’s Taking Me Home
  7. Your Call’s Very Important To Us. Please Hold
  8. Ugly Guys With Beautiful Girls
  9. Suburban Homeboy

On November 26, 1991.


On November 26, 1991, “Epic” label released “Dangerous”, the eighth Michael Jackson studio album. It was recorded June 1990 – October 1991, at “Ocean Way Studios” and “Record One Studios”, and was produced by Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley, Bill Bottrell and Bruce Swedien.  The album was certified 10 x Platinum in Australia by “ARIA”; 4 x Platinum in Austria by “IFPI Austria”;  6 x Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada”; 5 x Platinum in Chile by “IFPI’; Platinum in Finland by “Musiikkituottajat”; Diamond in France by “SNEP”; 4 x Platinum in Germany by “BVMI”; Diamond in Italy by “FIMI”; 2 x Platinum in Japan by “RIAJ”; 7 x Platinum by Malaysia by “RIM”;  2 x Platinum in Mexico by “AMPROFON”; 3 x Platinum in Netherlands by “NVPI”; 6 x Platinum in New Zealand by “RMNZ”; 6 x Platinum in Spain by “PROMUSICAE”; 3 x Platinum in Sweden by “GLF”; 5 x Platinum in Switzerland by “IFPI Switzerland”; 6 x Platinum in UK by “BPI”, and 7 x Platinum in the US by “RIIA”.


  • Michael Jackson- lead vocals, background vocals, arrangement, vocal arrangement, rhythm arrangement, director, soprano voice
  • John Bahler- vocal and choir arrangements
  • The John Bahler Singers – choir
  • Glen Ballard- arrangement
  • John Barnes – keyboards
  • Michael Boddicker- synthesizers, speed sequencer, keyboards, keyboard programming
  • Bill Bottrell- recording engineer, audio mixer, percussion, guitar, rap, Father speaking part, drums, synthesizer, bass, mellotron
  • Craig Brock – guitar recording engineer assistant
  • Brad Buxer- keyboards, synthesizers, percussion, keyboard arrangement/programming, keyboard programming
  • Larry Corbett – solo cello
  • Andraé Crouch- choir arrangement
  • Sandra Crouch- choir arrangement
  • The Andraé Crouch Singers – choir
  • Heavy D- rap
  • George Del Barrio – string arrangement
  • Matt Forger – recording engineer, audio mixer, engineering and sound design
  • Kevin Gilbert- speed sequencer
  • Endre Granat- concertmaster
  • Linda Harmon – soprano voice
  • Jerry Hey- arrangement
  • Jean-Marie Horvat – recording engineer
  • Paul Jackson Jr.- guitar intro
  • Terry Jackson – bass guitar
  • Louis Johnson- bass guitar
  • Abraham Laboriel- bass guitar
  • Christa Larson- ending solo vocal
  • Rhett Lawrence- synthesizers, synthesizer programming, arrangement, drums , percussion
  • Bryan Loren- drums, Moog bass
  • Johnny Mandel- orchestral arrangement and conductor
  • Jasun Martz- keyboards
  • Andres McKenzie – Son speaking part
  • Jim Mitchell – guitar recording engineer
  • René Moore- arrangement, keyboards
  • David Paich- keyboards, synthesizers, keyboard arrangement, keyboard programming, rhythm arrangement
  • Marty Paich- orchestral arrangement and conductor
  • Greg Phillinganes- keyboards
  • Tim Pierce- heavy metal guitar
  • Jeff Porcaro- drums
  • Steve Porcaro- synthesizers, keyboards, keyboard programming
  • Teddy Riley- recording engineer, audio mixer, arrangement, keyboards, synthesizers, drums, guitar, rhythm arrangement, synthesizer arrangement
  • Thom Russo- recording engineer
  • Slash- special guitar performance
  • Bruce Swedien- co-producer, recording engineer, audio mixer, arrangement, keyboards, drums, percussion
  • Jai Winding – keyboards, keyboard programming, piano, bass
  • Mystery Girl (Princess Stéphanie of Monaco) – vocals

Track listing:

  1. Jam – Michael Jackson, René Moore, Bruce Swedien, Teddy Riley
  2. Why You Wanna Trip on Me – Teddy Riley, Bernard Belle
  3. In the Closet – Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley
  4. She Drives Me Wild – Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley; rap lyrics by Aqil Davidson
  5. Remember the Time – Teddy Riley, Michael Jackson, Bernard Belle
  6. Can’t Let Her Get Away – Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley
  7. Heal the World – Michael Jackson
  8. Black or White – Michael Jackson, Bill Bottrell
  9. Who Is It – Michael Jackson
  10. Give In to Me – Michael Jackson, Bill Bottrell
  11. Will You Be There – Michael Jackson
  12. Keep the Faith – Glen Ballard, Siedah Garrett, Michael Jackson
  13. Gone Too Soon – Larry Grossman, Buz Kohan
  14. Dangerous – Michael Jackson, Bill Bottrell, Teddy Riley