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On November 4, 1996.

On November 4, 1996, “ECM” label released “A Multitude of Angels”, a four-CD collection of Keith Jarrett solo piano performances. It was recorded in October 1996, at “Teatro Comunale” in Modena, “Teatro Comunale” in Ferrara, “Teatro Regino” in Torino, and “Teatro Carlo Felice” in Genova, Italy, and was produced by Keith Jarrett.

Personnel:

  • Keith Jarrett – piano

Track listing:

All tracks by Keith Jarrett, except where noted.

  1. Part I
  2. Part II
  3. Danny Boy – Frederic Weatherly
  4. Part I
  5. Part II
  6. Encore
  7. Part I
  8. Part II
  9. Part I
  10. Part II
  11. Encore
  12. Over the Rainbow – E.Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen

On November 4, 1997.

On November 4, 1997, “MCA” label released “Deuces Wild”, the thirty fifth B.B. King studio album. It was recorded in 1997, and was produced by John Porter and Chris Lord-Alge.

Personnel:

  • B.B. King – vocals, guitar
  • Keith Richards – guitar
  • Eric Clapton – guitar
  • Ronnie Wood – guitar
  • David Gilmour – guitar
  • Bonnie Raitt – guitar
  • Michael Landau – guitar
  • Marty Stuart – guitar
  • Hugh McCracken – guitar
  • Dean Parks – guitar
  • Neil Hubbard – guitar
  • Chris Stainton – piano, keyboards
  • C. J. Vanston – Hammond B3 organ
  • Paul Carrack – Hammond B3 organ, keyboards
  • Bill Payne – keyboards
  • D’Angelo – keyboards
  • Leon Pendarvis – organ
  • Jon Cleary – piano
  • Jools Holland – piano
  • Tommy Eyre – piano, Wurlitzer
  • Darryl Jones – bass guitar
  • Pino Palladino – bass guitar
  • Reggie McBride – bass guitar
  • James “Hutch” Hutchinson – bass guitar
  • Mick Jagger – vocals, harmonica
  • Mickey Raphael – harmonica
  • Tony Braunagel – drums
  • Charlie Watts – drums
  • Steve Jordan – drums
  • Kenny Aronoff – drums
  • Andy Newmark – drums
  • Jim Keltner – drums
  • Paulinho da Costa – percussion
  • Lenny Castro – percussion
  • Jamil Sharif – trumpet
  • Brian Murray – trumpet
  • Darrell Leonard – trumpet
  • Joe Sublett – tenor saxophone
  • Carl Blouin – tenor saxophone
  • Greg Smith – baritone saxophone
  • Daniel P. Kelley – French horn
  • Yvonne S. Moriarty – French horn
  • Andrea Byers – violin
  • Sid Page – violin
  • Armen Garabedian – violin
  • Berj Garabedian – violin
  • Norman Hughes – violin
  • Tamara Hatwan – violin
  • Bruce Dukov – violin, viola
  • Larry Colbert – cello
  • Martin Tillman – cello
  • Miles Tackett – cello
  • Dane Little – cello
  • Marston Smith – cello
  • Kenneth Yerke – viola
  • Robert Becker – viola
  • Paul Waller – programming
  • Simon Climie – programming
  • Harry Bowens – background vocals
  • Terence Forsythe – background vocals
  • Vincent Bonham – background vocals

Track listing:

  1. If You Love Me – with Van Morrison
  2. The Thrill Is Gone – with Tracy Chapman
  3. Rock Me Baby – with Eric Clapton
  4. Please Send Me Someone to Love – with Mick Hucknall
  5. Baby I Love You – with Bonnie Raitt
  6. Ain’t Nobody Home – with D’Angelo
  7. Pauly’s Birthday Boogie – with Jools Holland
  8. Confessin’ the Blues – with Marty Stuart
  9. Hummingbird – with Dionne Warwick
  10. Let the Good Times Roll – with Zucchero
  11. Keep It Coming – with Heavy D
  12. Cryin’ Won’t Help You Babe – with David Gilmour and Paul Carrack
  13. Night Life – with Willie Nelson

On November 4, 1987.

On November 4, 1987, “SST” label released “If’n”, the second Firehose studio album. It was recorded September – October 1987, at “Radio Tokyo” in Venice, California, and was produced by Ethan James and Mike Watt.

Personnel:

  • Ed Crawford – vocals, guitar
  • George Hurley – drums
  • Mike Watt – vocals, bass

Track listing:

  1. Sometimes
  2. Hear Me
  3. Honey, Please
  4. Backroads
  5. From One Cums One
  6. Making the Freeway
  7. Anger
  8. For the Singer of R.E.M.
  9. Operation Solitaire
  10. Windmilling
  11. Me & You, Remembering
  12. In Memory of Elizabeth Cotten
  13. Soon
  14. Thunder Child

On November 4, 2016.

On November 4, 2016, “City Slang” label released “FLOTUS (For Love Often Turns Us Still), the twelve Lambchop studio album. It was recorded in 2016, and was produced by Kurt Wagner and Jeremy Ferguson.

Personnel:

  • Kurt Wagner – vocals, guitar, editing, paintings
  • Tony Crow – piano
  • Matt Glassmeyer – clarinet, contra-alto clarinet, cornet, horn arrangements, tenor saxophone
  • Scott Martin – drum Programming, drums
  • Ryan Norris – drum programming, guitar, Moog synthesizer, organ, piano, synthesizer, editing, additional production
  • Matt Swanson – bass
  • Alicia Bognanno – background vocals
  • Sean R. Badum – assistant
  • Jeremy Ferguson – engineer, mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by Kurt Wagner, except where noted.

  1. In Care of 8675309 – Kurt Wagner
  2. Directions to the Can – Ira Kaplan, Wagner
  3. FLOTUS
  4. JFK
  5. Howe
  6. Old Masters
  7. Relatives #2
  8. Harbor Country
  9. Writer
  10. NIV
  11. The Hustle – Ryan Norris, Kurt Wagner

On November 4, 1982.

On November 4, 1982, “Rough Trade” label released “…If I Die, I Die”, the debut Virgin Prunes album. It was recorded July – August 1982, at “Windmill Lane Studios” in Dublin, Ireland, and was produced by Colin Newman.

Personnel:

  • Dave-iD Busaras – vocals
  • Mary D’Nellon – drums
  • Dik Evans– guitar
  • Gavin Friday– vocals
  • Guggi– vocals
  • Strongman – bass guitar
  • Kevin Moloney – engineering
  • Steve Parker – engineering
  • Denis Blackham – engineering
  • BilBo – mastering
  • RX – sleeve design
  • Ursula Steiger – sleeve design

Track listing:

All tracks by Dave-iD Busaras, Mary D’Nellon, Dik Evans, Gavin Friday, Guggi and Strongman.

  1. Ulakanakulot
  2. Decline and Fall
  3. Sweethome Under White Clouds
  4. Bau-Dachöng
  5. Baby Turns Blue
  6. Ballad of the Man
  7. Walls of Jericho
  8. Caucasian Walk
  9. Theme for Thought

On November 4, 1997.

On November 4, 1997, “S3” and “Rykodisc” labels released “Tracks and Traces”, the only Harmonia ’76 album. It was recorded September 1976 at “Harmonia Studio” in Forst, and was produced by Brian Eno, Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Michael Rother and Dieter Moebius.

Personnel:

  • Michael Rother– e-guitar, keyboards, drum machine
  • Dieter Moebius– synthesizer, mini harp
  • Hans-Joachim Roedelius– keyboards
  • Brian Eno– synthesizer, e-bass, voice, lyrics

Track listing:

Music by Brian Eno, Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Michael Rother and Dieter Moebius, except where noted.

  1. Vamos Companeros
  2. By the Riverside
  3. Luneburg Heath – lyrics by Brian Eno
  4. Sometimes in Autumn
  5. Weird Dream
  6. Almost
  7. Les Demoiselles
  8. When Shade Was Born
  9. Trace

On November 4, 1985.

cut_the_crap

On November 4, 1985, “Epic” label released “Cut the Crap”, the sixth and the final Clash studio album. It was recorded January – March 1985, at “Weryton Studios” in Unterföhring, and was produced by Jose Unidos (Bernie Rhodes, the band’s manager). The album was recorded after founding members Topper Headon (drums) and Mick Jones (guitar) were fired from the band.

Personnel:

  • Joe Strummer– lead vocals
  • Paul Simonon– bass
  • Nick Sheppard– guitar, lead vocals
  • Vince White– additional guitar
  • Pete Howard– drums
  • Hermann Weindorf – keyboards, synthesizers
  • Norman Watt-Roy– bass
  • Michael Fayne – drum machines, vocals
  • Bernie Rhodes– drum machine programming

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Strummer and Bernard Rhodes.

  1. Dictator
  2. Dirty Punk
  3. We Are the Clash
  4. Are You Red..Y
  5. Cool Under Heat
  6. Movers and Shakers
  7. This Is England
  8. Three Card Trick
  9. Play to Win
  10. Fingerpoppin
  11. North and South
  12. Life is Wild

On November 4, 1983.

hearts_and_bones

On November 4, 1983, “Warner Bros” label released “Hearts and Bones”, the sixth Paul Simon solo studio album. It was recorded in 1983, and was produced by Roy Halee, Paul Simon, Russ Titelman and Lenny Waronker.

Personnel:

  • Paul Simon – guitar, programming, vocals
  • Rob Mounsey- synthesizer, vocoder
  • The Harptones- background vocals
  • Bernard Edwards- bass
  • Nile Rodgers- guitar, programming
  • Airto Moreira- percussion
  • Marin Alsop- violin
  • Michael Boddicker- synthesizer
  • Wells Christy – synthesizer, Synclavier
  • Tom Coppola- synthesizer, Synclavier
  • Al Di Meola- guitar
  • Steve Ferrone- drums
  • Steve Gadd- drums
  • Eric Gale- guitar
  • Anthony Jackson- contrabass guitar
  • Jill Jaffe – viola
  • Jesse Levy – cello
  • Mike Mainieri- marimba, vibraphone,
  • George Marge – bass clarinet
  • Sid McGinnis- guitar
  • Marcus Miller- bass
  • Jeff Porcaro- drums
  • Dean Parks- guitar
  • Greg Phillinganes- Fender Rhodes
  • Michael Riesman- synthesizer, conductor
  • Mark Rivera- alto saxophone
  • Rob Sabino- synthesizer, piano
  • Richard Tee- synthesizer, piano, Fender Rhodes
  • Carol Wincenc – flute
  • Frederick Zlotkin – cello
  • Peter Gordon – French horn
  • Dave Matthews – horn arrangements

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Simon, with one-minute coda on track 10 by Philip Glass.

  1. Allergies
  2. Hearts and Bones
  3. When Numbers Get Serious
  4. Think Too Much (b)
  5. Song About the Moon
  6. Think Too Much (a)
  7. Train in the Distance
  8. Rene and Georgette Magritte with Their Dog After the War
  9. Cars Are Cars
  10. The Late Great Johnny Ace

On November 4, 1977.

ramones_-_rocket_to_russia

On November 4, 1977, “Sire” label released “Rocket to Russia”, the third Ramones studio album. It was recorded August – September 1977, at “Media Sound Studios” in Midtown Manhattan, and was produced by Tony Bongiovi and Tommy Ramone. The album’s cover art concept was by John Gillespie, with John Holmstrom and Johnny Ramone work on the illustration. In 2012, “rolling Stone” magazine ranked “Rocket to Russia” at number 106 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.

Personnel:

  • Joey Ramone– lead vocals
  • Johnny Ramone– lead guitar
  • Dee Dee Ramone– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Tommy Ramone– drums
  • Ed Stasium– engineer
  • Don Berman – assistant engineer
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Danny Fields– photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Ramones, except where noted.

  1. Cretin Hop
  2. Rockaway Beach
  3. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
  4. Locket Love
  5. I Don’t Care
  6. Sheena Is a Punk Rocker
  7. We’re a Happy Family
  8. Teenage Lobotomy
  9. Do You Wanna Dance? – Bobby Freeman
  10. I Wanna Be Well
  11. I Can’t Give you Anything
  12. Ramona
  13. Surfin’ Bird – Carl White, Alfred Frazier, John Harris, Turner Wilson
  14. Why Is It Always This Way?

On November 4, 1976.

imaginary_voyage

On November 4, 1976, “Atlantic” label released “Imaginary Voyage”, the fourteenth Jean-Luc Ponty album. It was recorded July – August 1976, at “Kendun Studios” in Burbank, California, and was produced by Jean – Luc Ponty.

Personnel:

  • Jean-Luc Ponty– electric and acoustic violins, organ, background Synthesizers
  • Daryl Stuermer– electric and acoustic guitars
  • Allan Zavod– electric keyboards and acoustic piano
  • Tom Fowler– electric bass
  • Mark Craney– percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Jean-Luc Ponty.

  1. New Country
  2. The Gardens of Babylon
  3. Wandering on the Milky Way
  4. Once upon a Dream
  5. Tarantula
  6. Imaginary Voyage
  • Part I
  • Part II
  • Part III
  • Part IV