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.
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.
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.
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.
Dave-iD Busaras – vocals
Mary D’Nellon – drums
Dik Evans– guitar
Gavin Friday– vocals
Strongman – bass guitar
Kevin Moloney – engineering
Steve Parker – engineering
Denis Blackham – engineering
BilBo – mastering
RX – sleeve design
Ursula Steiger – sleeve design
All tracks by Dave-iD Busaras, Mary D’Nellon, Dik Evans, Gavin Friday, Guggi and Strongman.
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.
Michael Rother– e-guitar, keyboards, drum machine
Dieter Moebius– synthesizer, mini harp
Hans-Joachim Roedelius– keyboards
Brian Eno– synthesizer, e-bass, voice, lyrics
Music by Brian Eno, Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Michael Rother and Dieter Moebius, except where noted.
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.
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.
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
All tracks by Paul Simon, with one-minute coda on track 10 by Philip Glass.
Hearts and Bones
When Numbers Get Serious
Think Too Much (b)
Song About the Moon
Think Too Much (a)
Train in the Distance
Rene and Georgette Magritte with Their Dog After the War
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”.
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
All tracks by Ramones, except where noted.
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
I Don’t Care
Sheena Is a Punk Rocker
We’re a Happy Family
Do You Wanna Dance? – Bobby Freeman
I Wanna Be Well
I Can’t Give you Anything
Surfin’ Bird – Carl White, Alfred Frazier, John Harris, Turner Wilson
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.
Jean-Luc Ponty– electric and acoustic violins, organ, background Synthesizers
Daryl Stuermer– electric and acoustic guitars
Allan Zavod– electric keyboards and acoustic piano