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On November 27, 1981.

On November 27, 1981, “Warner Bros” label released “Ten Out of 10”, the eighth 10cc studio album. It was recorded in 1981, and was produced by Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman.

Personnel:

  • Eric Stewart– lead vocals, synthesiser, guitars, bass, slide guitar, pianos, percussion, synthesiser strings, rock snare
  • Graham Gouldman– lead vocals, bass, guitars, percussion, double bass, sitar
  • Rick Fenn– guitars, fretless bass, backing vocals
  • Vic Emerson– Synclavier, string synthesiser, piano, electric piano, bass
  • Paul Burgess– drums, percussion
  • Marc Jordan– organ, piano, backing vocals, electric piano
  • Lenni Crookes– sax
  • Simon Phillips– drums
  • Keith Bessey– maracas
  • Andrew Gold– vocals, bass, guitar, piano, electric piano, synthesiser,  vocoder, percussion

Track listing:

  1. Don’t Ask – Graham Gouldman
  2. Overdraft in Overdrive – Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman
  3. Don’t Turn Me Away – Eric Stewart
  4. Memories – Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman
  5. Notell Hotel – Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman
  6. Les Nouveaux Riches – Eric Stewart
  7. Action Man in a Motown Suit – Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman
  8. Listen With Your Eyes – Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman
  9. Lying Here With You – Graham Gouldman
  10. Survivor – Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart

 

On November 27, 1967.

On November 27, 1967, “Motown” label released “The Temptations in a Mellow Mood”, the sixth Temptations studio album. It was recorded 1966 – 1967, and was produced by Frank Wilson and Jeffrey Bowen.

Personnel:

  • David Ruffin– vocals
  • Eddie Kendricks– vocals
  • Paul Williams– vocals
  • Melvin Franklin– vocals
  • Otis Williams– vocals
  • Frank Wilson– executive producer
  • B. Barnum– arrangements
  • Oliver Nelson– arrangements
  • Don Costa– arrangements

Track listing:

  1. Hello Young Lovers – Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II
  2. A Taste of Honey – Ric Marlow, Bobby Scott
  3. For Once in My Life – Ron Miller, Orlando Murden
  4. Somewhere – Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim
  5. Ol’ Man River – Hammerstein, Jerome Kern
  6. I’m Ready for Love – Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland
  7. Try to Remember – Tom Jones, Harvey Schmidt
  8. Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me) – Leslie Bricusse, Anthony Newley
  9. What Now My Love? – Gilbert Bécaud, Pierre Delanoë, Carl Sigman
  10. That’s Life – Dean Kay, Kelly Gordon
  11. With These Hands – Benny Davis, Abner Silver
  12. The Impossible Dream – Joe Darion, Mitch Leigh

 

In December 1978.

In December 1978, “Enja” label released “Rough House”, the third John Scofield album. It was recorded on November 27, 1978, and was produced by Horst Weber and Matthias Winckelmann.

Personnel:

  • John Scofield – guitar
  • Hal Galper- piano
  • Stafford James- bass
  • Adam Nussbaum- drums

Track listing:

All tracks by John Scofield, except where noted

  1. Rough House
  2. Alster Fields
  3. Ailleron
  4. Slow Elvin
  5. Triple Play – Hal Galper
  6. Air Pakistan

On November 27, 2012.

On November 27, 2012, “M.O.D. Technologies” label released “Túwaqachi” (The Fourth World), the eighteenth Bill Laswell album. It was recorded in 2012, at “Orange Music, West Orange” in New Jersey, and was produced by Bill Laswell.

Personnel:

  • Bill Laswell– bass guitar, drum programming, effects
  • Robert Musso– engineering
  • James Dellatacoma – assistant engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Bill Laswell.

  1. Totoka
  2. Kwatoko
  3. Wikima
  4. The Upper Air
  5. Oraibi
  6. Pamosi
  7. Waki
  8. Pátuwvotah
  9. Pávati
  10. Kwátoko (Part 2)
  11. Wikima (Part 2)
  12. Panaiyoikyasi
  13. Cloud House
  14. Wénima
  15. Totoka (Part 2)
  16. Waki (Part 2)
  17. Solstice
  18. Pátuwvotah (Part 2)
  19. Cloud House (Part 2)
  20. Migration
  21. Wénima (Part 2)

On November 27, 1998.

On November 27, 1998, “IHT Records” label released “White Ladder”, the fourth David Gray studio album. It was recorded in 1997, and was produced by David Gray, Lestyn Polson and Craig McClune. The album was certified 23 x Platinum in Ireland by “IRMA”, 10 x Platinum in UK by “BPI”, and Platinum in US by “RIAA”.

Personnel:

  • David Gray – vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards
  • Craig McClune – vocals, drums, keyboards, bass
  • Tim Bradshaw – keyboards
  • Simon Edwards – bass
  • Colm Mac Con Iomaire– violin
  • Terry Edwards – string arrangements
  • Lestyn Polson – engineer, programmer
  • Marius de Vries– additional production, programming
  • Steve Sidelnyk – additional programming
  • Dave Turner – mastering
  • Donal Dineen, Phil Knott – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by David Gray, except where noted.

  1. Please Forgive Me
  2. Babylon
  3. My Oh My – David Grey, Craig McClune
  4. We’re Not Right – David Gray, Craig McClune, Lestyn Poison
  5. Nightblindness
  6. Silver Lining
  7. White Ladder – David Gray, Craig McClune, Lestyn Poison
  8. This Year’s Love
  9. Sail Away
  10. Say Hello Wave Goodbye – Marc Almond, David Bail

 

On November 27, 1971.

On November 27, 1971, “Warner Bros” label released “Killer”, the fourth Alice Cooper album. It was recorded in 1971, at “RCA Studios” in Chicago, and was produced by Bob Ezrin.

Personnel:

  • Alice Cooper– vocals, harmonica
  • Glen Buxton– lead guitar
  • Michael Bruce– rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Dennis Dunaway– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Neal Smith– drums, backing vocals
  • Bob Ezrin– keyboards
  • Rick Derringer– additional guitar

Track listing:

  1. Under My Wheels – Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Bob Ezrin
  2. Be My Lover – Michael Bruce
  3. Halo of Flies – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Bruce, Dunaway, Neal Smith
  4. Desperado – Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce
  5. You Drive Me Nervous – Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce, Bob Ezrin
  6. Yeah, Yeah, Yeah – Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce
  7. Dead Babies – Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Bruce Dunaway, Neil Smith
  8. Killer – Michael Bruce, Bruce Dunaway

 

On November 27, 1971.

On November 27, 1971, “RCA” label released “Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be”, the debut  Sweet album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Nova Sound Studios” in London, and was produced by Phil Wainman.

Personnel:

  • Brian Connolly— lead vocals
  • Steve Priest— bass guitar, lead and backing vocals,
  • Andy Scott— guitars, lead and backing vocals
  • Mick Tucker— drums, backing vocals
  • John Roberts — bass
  • Phil Wainman— drums, percussion
  • Pip Williams— guitar, arrangement
  • Fiachra Trench- arrangements

Track listing:

All tracks by Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn except where noted.

  1. Co-Co
  2. Chop Chop
  3. Reflections – Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Edward Holland, Jr.
  4. Honeysuckle Love – Brian Connolly, Steve Priest, Andy Scott, Mick Tucker
  5. Santa Monica Sunshine
  6. Daydream – John Sebastian
  7. Funny Funny
  8. Tom Tom Turnaround
  9. Jeanie – Brian Connolly, Steve Priest, Andy Scott, Mick Tucker
  10. Sunny Sleeps Late
  11. Spotlight – Brian Connolly, Steve Priest, Andy Scott, Mick Tucker

On November 27, 1970.

On November 27, 1970, “Transatlantic” label released “Cruel Sister”, the fourth Pentangle album. It was recorded in 1970, at “Sound Techniques” in London, and was produced by Bill Leader.

Personnel:

  • Terry Cox– vocals, drums, percussion, dulcitone, glockenspiel
  • Bert Jansch– vocals, acoustic guitar, appalachian dulcimer, recorder, concertina
  • Jacqui McShee– vocals
  • John Renbourn– vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, sitar, recorder
  • Danny Thompson– double bass

 Track listing:

  1. A Maid That’s Deep In Love
  2. When I Was In My Prime
  3. Lord Franklin
  4. Cruel Sister
  5. Jack Orion

 

On November 27, 1957.

On November 27, 1957, “Brunswick” label released “The Chirping Crickets”, the debut Crickets album. It was recorded February – September 1957, and was produced by Norman Petty.

Personnel:

  • Buddy Holly– lead and backing vocals, lead and acoustic guitar
  • Jerry Allison– drums, card-box percussion, backing vocals
  • Joe B. Mauldin– contrabass
  • Niki Sullivan– rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Larry Welborn – contrabass
  • The Picks (Bill Pickering, John Pickering and Bob Lapham) – backing vocals
  • Ramona and Gary Tollett – backing vocals

 Track listing:

  1. Oh, Boy! – Sonny West, Bill Tilghman, Norman Petty
  2. Not Fade Away – Buddy Holly, Norman Petty
  3. You’ve Got Love – Roy Orbison, Johnny Wilson, Norman Petty
  4. Maybe Baby – Buddy Holly, Norman Petty
  5. It’s Too Late – Chuck Willis
  6. Tell Me How – Buddy Holly, Norman Petty, Jerry Allison
  7. That’ll Be the Day – Buddy Holly, Norman Petty, Jerry Allison
  8. I’m Looking for Someone to Love – Buddy Holly, Norman Petty
  9. An Empty Cup (And a Broken Date) – Roy Orbison, Norman Petty
  10. Send Me Some Lovin’ – John Marascalco, Leo Price
  11. Last Night – Joe B. Mauldin, Norman Petty
  12. Rock Me Baby – Shorty Long, Susan Heather

On June 6, 2006.

On June 6, 2006, “Verve Forecast” label released “The River in Reverse”, album by Elvis Costello and Allen Toussaint. It was recorded November 27 – December 10, 2005, and was produced by Joe Henry.

Personnel:

  • Elvis Costello– vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, Hammond organ, tambourine, tremolo
  • Allen Toussaint–vocals and backing vocals, electric piano, horn arrangements
  • Sam Williams- trombone
  • Carl Blouin – baritone saxophone
  • Amadee Castenell – soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone
  • Brian Cayolle – baritone saxophone
  • Anthony “AB” Brown – guitar
  • Davey Faragher– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Steve Nieve– piano, Hammond organ, clavinet, farfisa organ
  • Pete Thomas- drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Allen Toussaint, except where noted..

  1. On Your Way Down
  2. Nearer to You
  3. Tears, Tears and More Tears
  4. The Sharpest Thorn – Elvis Costello, Allen Toussaint
  5. Who’s Gonna Help Brother Get Further?
  6. The River in Reverse – Elvis Costello
  7. Freedom for the Stallion
  8. Broken Promise Land – Elvis Costello, Allen Toussaint
  9. Ascension Day – Roy “Professor Longhair” Byrd, Elvis Costello, Allen Toussaint
  10. International Echo – Elvis Costello, Allen Toussaint
  11. All These Things
  12. Wonder Woman
  13. Six-Fingered Man – Elvis Costello, Allen Toussaint