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On October 17, 2016.

On October 17, 2006, “Tzadik” label released “Astronome”, the second Moonchild Trio album. It was recorded in 2005, and was produced by John Zorn.

Personnel:

  • John Zorn – concept, arranger, conductor 
  • Mike Patton – voice
  • Trevor Dunn – bass
  • Joey Baron – drums
  • Robert Musso – engineer
  • James Dellatacoma – engineer assistant
  • Bill Laswell – mixing
  • Scott Hull – mastering
  • Chippy (Heung-Heung Chin) – design
  • Scott Irvine – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by John Zorn.

  1. Act One: A Secluded Clearing in the Woods; A Single Bed in a Small Room; The Innermost Chapel of a Secret Temple
  2. Act Two: A Medieval Laboratory; In the Magick Circle
  3. Act Three: A Barren Plain at Midnight; An Unnamed Location

On October 17, 1994.

On October 17, 1994, “White Water Records” label released “The Mind’s Eye”, the debut Stiltskin studio album. It was recorded in 1994, at “Water Music Studios” and “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by Peter Lawlor.

Personnel:

  • Ray Wilson – vocals
  • Peter Lawlor – acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, bass guitar, Wurlitzer piano, Hammond organ, drums, backing vocals, arranger, recording, engineer
  • James Finnigan – bass, Hammond organ, Wurlitzer piano
  • Ross McFarlane – drums, percussion
  • Sian Bell – cello
  • Ambrosian Singers – choral opening
  • Tessa Sturridge – backing vocals
  • James Finnigan – engineer assistant
  • Ted Jensen – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Peter Lawlor.

  1. Intro
  2. Scared of Ghosts
  3. Horse
  4. Rest in Peace
  5. Footsteps
  6. Sunshine and Butterflies
  7. Inside
  8. An Illusion
  9. America
  10. When My Ship Comes In
  11. Prayer Before Birth

On October 17, 2010.

On October 17, 2010, “HC Productions” label released “The Heavy Soul Sessions”, the thirteenth Djam Karet studio album. It was recorded in 2009, at “White Arrow Studios” in California, and was produced by Gayle Ellett, Mike Henderson, Aaron Kenyon, Mike Murray and Chuck Oken Jr.

Personnel:

  • Gayle Ellett – organ, synthesizer, mellotron, mixing, mastering
  • Mike Henderson – electric guitar, electronics, engineering
  • Aaron Kenyon – 5-string bass guitar, electronics
  • Mike Murray – electric guitar, electronics
  • Chuck Oken, Jr. – drums, engineering

Track listing:

All tracks by Gayle Ellett, Mike Henderson, Aaron Kenyon, Mike Murray and Chuck Oken Jr., except where noted.

  1. Hungry Ghost
  2. The Red Threated Sexy Beast
  3. Consider Figure Three
  4. The packaging House
  5. Dedicated to K. C. – Richard Pinhas
  6. The Gypsy and the Hegemon

On October 17, 1995.

On October 17, 1995, “Verve” label released “High Life”, the twentieth Wayne Shorter album. It was recorded in 1995, at Bill Schnee’s studio in North Hollywood,  and was produced by Marcus Miller. In 1997, “High Life” won the “Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Album”. 

Personnel:

  • Wayne Shorter – tenor, soprano, alto and baritone saxophones
  • Rachel Z – piano, synthesizers, sound design, sequencing
  • David Gilmore – electric guitar
  • Marcus Miller – bass guitar, bass clarinet, rhythm programming
  • Will Calhoun – drums
  • Lenny Castro – percussion
  • Airto Moreira – percussion
  • Terri Lyne Carrington – drums
  • Munyungo Jackson – percussion
  • Kevin Ricard – percussion
  • David Ward – additional sound design

Track listing:

All tracks by Wayne Shorter.

  1. Children of the Night
  2. At the Fair
  3. Maya
  4. On the Milky Way Express
  5. Pandora Awakened
  6. Virgo Rising
  7. High Life
  8. Midnight in Carlotta’s Hair
  9. Black Swan (in memory of Susan Portlynn Romeo)

On October 17, 1988.

On October 17, 1988, “Harvest” label released “Opel”, and album compiled from Syd Barrett’s recordings made between 1968 and 1970. It features unreleased material and alternate takes of recordings from sessions for Barrett’s solo albums, “The Madcap Laughs”,  and “Barrett”. It was recorded at “Abbey Road Studios” in London and was produced by Syd Barrett, Peter Jenner, Malcolm Jones, Roger Waters, and David Gilmour.

Personnel:

  • Syd Barrett – vocals, guitar
  • Mike Ratledge – organ
  • Robert Wyatt – drums
  • Hugh Hopper – bass
  • Gareth Cousins – mix engineer

Track listing”

All tracks by Syd Barrett, except where noted.

  1. Opel
  2. Clown and Jugglers
  3. Rats
  4. Golden Hair – lyrics based on a poem by James Joyce
  5. Dolly Rocker
  6. Word Song
  7. Wined and Dined
  8. Swan Lee (Silas Lang)
  9. Birdie Hop
  10. Let’s Split
  11. Lanky (Party One)
  12. Wouldn’t You Miss Me (Dark Globe)
  13. Milky Way
  14. Golden Hair (instrumental version)

On October 17, 1996.

On October 17, 1996, “Captain Trip Records” label released “Neu! 4”, the fourth and final Neu! studio album. It was recorded October 1985 – April 1986, and was produced by Klaus Dinger and Michael Rother.

Personnel:

  • Klaus Dinger- voice, guitar, OB8, mix, drums, percussion, programs, recording, mixing, programming, front cover, drawing, original photograph, artwork, editing, linear notes
  • Michael Rother – voice, Fairlight, synthesizer, guitar, bass, programs, recording, mixing
  • Thomas Dinger – original photograph
  • Gigi – drums
  • Konrad – bass
  • Jochen and Brigit – voices
  • Michael Grund – engineer
  • Ken Matsutani – front cover
  • Tom Meyer – mastering
  • dusseldorf.de – portraits from video stills

Track listing:

All tracks by Klaus Dinger and Michael Rother.

  1. Nazionale
  2. Crazy
  3. Flying Dutchman
  4. Schöne Welle
  5. Wave Naturelle
  6. Good Life (Random-Rough)
  7. ’86 Commercial Trash
  8. Fly Dutch II
  9. Danzing
  10. Quick Wave Machinelle
  11. Bush-Drum
  12. La Bomba (Stop Aparthijd World-Wide!)
  13. Good Life
  14. Elanoizan

On October 17, 1973.

On October 17, 1973, “Warner Bros” label released the debut, self titled Montrose album. It was recorded in 1973, at “Warner Bros. Recording Studios”, and “Sunset Sound Recorders” in Hollywood, “Wally Heider Studios” in San Francisco, and was produced by Ted Templeman, Sammy Hagar, Ronnie Montrose, Bill Church and Denny Carmassi.

Personnel:

  • Sammy Hagar– lead vocals
  • Ronnie Montrose– guitar
  • Bill Church– bass guitar
  • Denny Carmassi– drums
  • Donn Landee– engineer
  • Stephen Jarvis – engineer
  • Steve Hoffman– mastering

Track listing:

  1. Rock the Nation – Ronnie Montrose
  2. Bad Motor Scooter – Sammy Hagar
  3. Space Station #5 – Sammy Hagar, Ronnie Montrose
  4. I Don’t Want It – Sammy Hagar, Ronnie Montrose
  5. Good Rockin’ Tonight – Roy Brown
  6. Rock Candy – Denny Carmassi, Bill Church, Sammy Hagar, Ronnie Montrose
  7. One Thing on My Mind – Sammy Hagar, Ronnie Montrose, J. Sanchez
  8. Make It Last – Sammy Hagar

On October 17, 2000.

On October 17, 2000, “Divine” and “Priority” labels released “Iommi”, the debut Tony Iommi solo album. It was recorded 1996 – 2000, at “A&M Studios”, “Chipping Norton”, “Long View Farm”, “Sunset Marquis Hotel” and “Olympic Studios”, and was produced by Bob Marlette.

Personnel:

  • Tony Iommi– lead and rhythm guitar
  • Bob Marlette– keyboard, programming, engineering, mixing
  • Martin “Ace” Kent – rhythm guita
  • Brian May– lead guitar
  • Billy Corgan– rhythm guitar
  • Henry Rollins– vocals
  • Skin – vocals
  • Dave Grohl– vocals, drums
  • Laurence Cottle– bass
  • Terry Phillips – bass
  • Jimmy Copley– drums
  • John Tempesta– drums
  • Philip Anselmo– vocals
  • Laurence Cottle – bass
  • Matt Cameron– drums
  • Serj Tankian– vocals
  • Jimmy Copley – drums
  • Billy Corgan– vocals, bass
  • Kenny Aronoff– drums
  • Ian Astbury– vocals
  • Peter Steele– vocals, bass
  • Ozzy Osbourne– vocals
  • Bill Ward– drums
  • Billy Idol– vocals
  • Ben Shepherd– bass
  • Ralph Baker – executive production
  • Art Shoji – art direction
  • Maggie Magarian – art direction, design
  • William Hames, Ross Halfin, Mike Clement, Gene Kirkland – photography
  • JMO Design – logo

Track listing:

  1. Laughing Man (In the Devil Mask) – Tony Iommi, Bob Marlette, Henry Rollins
  2. Meat – Tony Iommi, Bob Marlette, Skin
  3. Goodbye Lament – Tony Iommi, Bob Marlette, Dave Grohl
  4. Time is Mine – Tony Iommi, Bob Marlette, Philip Anselmo
  5. Patterns – Tony Iommi, Bob Marlette, Serj Tankian
  6. Black Oblivion – Tony Iommi, Billy Corgan
  7. Flame On – Tony Iommi, Bob Marlette, Ian Astbury
  8. Just Say No To Love – Tony Iommi, Bob Marlette, Peter Steele
  9. Who’s Fooling Who – Tony Iommi, Bob Marlette, Ozzy Osbourne
  10. Into the Night – Tony Iommi, Bob Marlette, Billy Idol

On October 17, 2000.

On October 17, 2000, “EMI” label released “Down in the Cellar”, the fourteenth Al Stewart studio album. It was recorded May – June 2000, at “Capitol B Studios” in Hollywood and “Sign of the Scorpion” in Studio City, California, and was produced by Laurence Juber.

Personnel:

  • Al Stewart – vocals, guitar, bass, harmonica
  • Simon Boswell – viola
  • Jim Cox – piano, organ
  • Bruce Dukov – violin
  • Dominic Genova – electric bass, bass
  • Jimmy Hoyson – assistant
  • David P. Jackson – accordion
  • Michael Jochum – percussion, drums
  • Laurence Juber – acoustic guitar, arranger, electric guitar, engineer
  • David Low – cello
  • Rachel Purkin – violin
  • Avi Kipper – engineer
  • Joe Gastwirt – mastering
  • Ramon Breton – mastering assistant
  • Lori Stoll – photography

All tracks by Al Stewart except where noted.

  1. Waiting for Margaux
  2. Tasting History – Laurence Juber, Al Stewart
  3. Down in the Cellars
  4. Turning It into Water
  5. Soho – Bert Jansch
  6. The Night That the Band Got the Wine
  7. Millie Brown
  8. Under a Wine-Stained Moon
  9. Franklin’s Table
  10. House of Clocks
  11. Sergio
  12. Toutes les Etoiles
  13. The Shiraz Shuffle – Laurence Juber, Al Stewar

 

On October 17, 1994.

On October 17, 1994, “EMI” label released “Change We Must”, the seventh Jon Anderson album. It was recorded 1993 – 1994, and was produced by Jon Anderson and Tim Handley.

Personnel:

  • Jon Anderson – vocals, orchestrations
  • Matt Clifford – keyboards, orchestration
  • Opio Singers Choir
  • Nick Ingram – orchestration
  • Ian Thomas – drums
  • Milton McDonald – guitar
  • Steve Pearce – bass
  • Toby Alington – synthesizers
  • Gwendolyn Mok – piano
  • Geoffrey Alexander – orchestration
  • Sandrine Piau – vocals
  • Tim Handley – orchestration
  • Jade Anderson– vocals
  • Christopher Warren-Green, Rosie Furness, Roger Chase, Steve Trees, Jonathan Williams – string quartet
  • Skalia Kanga – harp
  • Nadya – Sun Chant

Track listing:

  1. State of Independence – Jon Anderson, Vangelis
  2. Shaker Loops – lyrics by Jon Anderson, music by John Adams
  3. Hearts – Chris Squire, Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin
  4. Alive & Well – David Tolley, Jon Anderson
  5. The Kiss – Jon Anderson, Vangelis
  6. Chagall Duet – Jon Anderson
  7. Run On, Jon – David Tolley, Jon Anderson
  8. Candle Song – Jon Anderson, Vangelis
  9. A View from the Coppice – David Tolley, Jon Anderson
  10. Hurry Home – Jon Anderson
  11. Under the Sun – Jon Anderson
  12. Change We Must – Jon Anderson, Vangelis