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On October 16, 1969.

On October 16, 1969, Lejzor Szmuel Czyż aka Leonard Chess died aged 52. He was a record company executive and the co-founder of Chess Records, home to John Lee Hooker, Little Walter, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, The Moonglows, The Flamingos, Jimmy Reed, and Sonny Boy Williamson. He was influential in the development of rock and roll, electric blues, and the Chicago blues scene.

On October 16, 1995.

On October 16, 1995, “4AD” label released “Ask Me Tomorrow”, the debut Mojave 3 studio album. It was recorded in 1995, at “EMI Publishing Studio”, “Blackwing Studios”, Mojave 3’s home studio, and was produced by Paul Tipler, Neil Halstead and Ian McCutcheon.

Personnel:

  • Neil Halstead – vocals, guitar
  • Rachel Goswell – vocals
  • Ian McCutcheon – drums, percussion
  • Christopher Andrews – piano
  • Simon Rowe – guitar
  • Audrey Riley – cello
  • Laura Boussieau – engineer
  • Paul Tipler – engineer
  • Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg – design
  • Colin Gray – cover photography
  • Mike Folliot – portrait photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Neil Halstead.

  1. Love Songs on the Radio
  2. Sarah
  3. Tomorrow’s Taken
  4. Candle Song 3
  5. You’re Beautiful
  6. Where is the Love
  7. After All
  8. Pictures
  9. Mercy

On October 16, 1989.

On October 16, 1989, “Columbia” label released “We Meet Again”, the 62nd Ramsey Lewis album. It was recorded 1988 – 1989, at “Master Sound Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Gary Schultz and Ramsey Lewis.

Personnel:

  • Ramsey Lewis – piano
  • Billy Taylor – piano

Track listing:

  1. I’m Just a Lucky So and So – Duke Ellington
  2. Django – John Lewis
  3. ‘Cookin’ at the Continental – Horace Silver
  4. Somewhere Soon – Billy Taylor
  5. We Meet Again – Chick Corea
  6. Quiet Now – Denny Zeitlin
  7. Soul Sister – Billy Taylor
  8. Waltz for Debby – Bill Evans
  9. Nigerian Marketplace – Oscar Peterson

On October 16, 2015.

On October 16, 2015, “4AD” label released “Fading Frontier”, the seventh  Deerhunter studio album. It was recorded in 2015, and was produced by Ben H. Allen,Bradford Cox, Lockett Pundt, Moses Archuleta and Josh McKat.

Personnel:

  • Bradford Cox– lead vocals, guitar, percussion, keyboards, electronics
  • Lockett Pundt– lead and co-lead vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Moses Archuleta– drums, percussion, electronics
  • Josh McKay– bass guitar, organ
  • Tim Gane– electronic harpsichord
  • James Cargill – synthesizers, tapes
  • Zumi Rosow – treated alto saxophone

Track listing:

All tracks by Bradford Cox, except noted.

  1. All the Same
  2. Living My Life
  3. Breaker
  4. Duplex Planet
  5. Take Care
  6. Leather and Wood
  7. Snakeskin
  8. Ad Astra – Lockett Pundt
  9. Carrion

 

On October 16, 2001.

On October 16, 2001, “Bella Union” label released “The Ugly People Vs The Beautiful People”, the fourth Czars album. It was recorded in February 2001, at “NFA Studios” in Denver, Colorado, and was produced by Giles Hall and Simon Raymonde.

Personnel:

  • John Grant– lead vocals, piano
  • Roger Green – guitar
  • Jeff Linsenmaier – drums, backing vocals
  • Andy Monley – guitar, backing vocals
  • Chris Pearson – bass

Track listing:

All music by by John Grant, Roger Green, Jeff Linsenmaier, Andy Monley and Chris Pearson , all lyrics by John Grant.

  1. Drug
  2. Side Effect
  3. Killjoy
  4. Caterpillar
  5. Lullaby 6000
  6. This
  7. Black and Blue
  8. Anger
  9. Roger’s Song
  10. What Used To Be Human
  11. Catherine

On October 16, 2015.

On October 16, 2015, “Sony Music” label released the self-titled, debut Nothing But Thieves studio album. It was recorded in 2015, and was produced by Julian Emery.

Personnel:

  • Conor Mason – vocals
  • Joseph Langridge-Brown – guitars
  • Dominic Craik – guitars, keyboard
  • Philip Blake – bass
  • James Price – drums
  • Jim Irvin, Dominic Craik, Larry Hibbitt– additional production
  • Cenzo Townshend, Adam Noble – mixing
  • Robin Schmidt – mastering

Track listing:

  1. Excuse Me – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Julian Emery, Jim Irvin, Conor Mason
  2. Ban All the Music – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Conor Mason
  3. Wake Up Call – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Larry Hibbitt, Conor Mason
  4. Itch – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Larry Hibbitt, Conor Mason
  5. If I Get High – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Conor Mason
  6. Graveyard Whistling – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Julian Emery, Jim Irvin, Conor Mason
  7. Hostage – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Julian Emery, Jim Irvin, Conor Mason
  8. Trip Switch – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Julian Emery, Jim Irvin, Conor Mason
  9. Lover, Please Stay – Joseph Brown
  10. Drawing Pins – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Conor Mason
  11. Painkiller – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Conor Mason
  12. Tempt You (Evocatio) – Joseph Brown, Dominic Craik, Julian Emery, Jim Irvin, Conor Mason

 

On October 16, 2015.

On October 16, 2015, “Northern Sky” label released “Accidental Sky”, the sixth White Out album. It was recorded in 2015, and was produced by Northern Spy.

Personnel:

  • Nels Cline– guitar
  • Lin Culbertson – voice, analog synthesizer, autoharp
  • Tom Surgal – drums.

Track listing:

All tracks by Nels Cline, Lin Culbertson and Tom Surgal.

  1. Imperative
  2. Ragged Mist of Stalled Horizon
  3. Sirius Missing
  4. Winter Light
  5. Exaltation by Proxy
  6. Under a Void Moon
  7. Soft, Nameless, Absolute

On October 16, 2012.

On October 16, 2012, “Universal Republic” label released “Vital”, the sixth  Anberlin studio album. It was recorded in 2011, at “Electric Thunder Studios” in Nashville, “Sound Kitchen” in Franklin, “Compound Recording” in Seattle, and was produced by Aaron Sprinkle.

Personnel:

  • Stephen Christian– lead vocals, keyboards
  • Joseph Milligan – vocals, lead guitar
  • Christian McAlhaney – vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Deon Rexroat – bass guitar
  • Nathan Young – drums, percussion
  • Julia Marie, Christie DuPree – vocals
  • Aaron Sprinkle- engineering, mixing, mastering

Track listing:

  1. Self-Starter
  2. Little Tyrants
  3. Other Side
  4. Someone Anyone
  5. Intentions
  6. Innocent
  7. Desires
  8. Type Three
  9. Orpheum
  10. Modern Age
  11. God, Drugs & Sex

On October 16, 2012.

On October 16, 2012, “Abstract Logix” label released “Now Here This” the 17th John McLaughlin album, and the second one with The 4th Dimension. It was recorded in 2012, and was produced by John McLaughlin.

Personnel:

  • John McLaughlin– electric and synthesizer guitar
  • Ranjit Barot– drums
  • Gary Husband– drums, piano, synthesizer
  • Étienne M’Bappé – electric bass, fretless bass
  • Frédéric Betin – engineer
  • Marcus Wippersberg – engineer, mastering, mixing

Track listing:

All tracks by John McLaughlin.

  1. Trancefusion
  2. Riff Raff
  3. Echoes from Then
  4. Wonderfall
  5. Call and Answer
  6. Not Here Not There
  7. Guitar Love
  8. Take It or Leave It

On October 16, 2015.

electronica-1

On October 16, 2015, Columbia” label released “Electronica 1: The Time Machine”, the seventeenth Jean Michel Jarre studio album. It was recorded 2011 – 2015, and was produced by Jean Michel Jarre. “Electronica 1” was recorded with 15 separate collaborators, including Vince Clarke, Gesaffelstein, M83,Air, Armin van Buuren, John Carpenter, Robert “3D” Del Naja,Pete Townshend  and Edgar Froese.

Track listing:

  1. The Time Machine (with Boys Noize) – Jean Michel Jarre, Alexander Ridha
  2. Glory (with M83) – Jean Michel Jarre, Anthony Gonzales
  3. Close Your Eyes – (with Air) – Jean Michel Jarre, Nicholas Godin, Jean-Benoit Dunckel
  4. Automatic (Part 1) (with Vince Clarke) – Jean Michel Jarre, Vince Clarke
  5. Automatic (Part 2) (with Vince Clarke) – Jean Michel Jarre, Vince Clarke
  6. If .! (with Little Boots) – Jean Michel Jarre, Victoria Hesketh
  7. Immortals (with Fuck Buttons) – Jean Michel Jarre, Benjamin Power, Andrew Hung
  8. Suns Have Gone (with Moby) – Jean Michel Jarre, Richard Melville Hall
  9. Conquistador (with Gesaffelstein) – Jean Michel Jarre, Mike Lévy
  10. Travelator (Part 2) (with Pete Townshend) – Jean Michel Jarre, Pete Townshend
  11. Zero Gravity (with Tangerine Dream) – Jean Michel Jarre, Edgar Froese
  12. Rely on Me (with Laurie Anderson) – Jean Michel Jarre, Laurie Anderson
  13. Stardust (with Armin van Buuren) – Jean Michel Jarre, Armin Van Buuren
  14. Watching You (with 3Dof Massive Attack) – Jean Michel Jarre, Robert Del Naja, Euan Dickinson
  15. A Question of Blood (with John Carpenter) – Jean Michel Jarre, John Carpenter
  16. The Train & The River (with Lang Lang) – Jean Michel Jarre