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On October 20, 1998.

On October 20, 1998, “DIW” label release “Forbidden Blues”, the 14th James Blood Ulmer album. It was recorded July – September 1996, at “Avatar Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Kazunori Sugiyama and James Blood Ulmer.

Personnel:

  • James Blood Ulmer – vocals, guitar, flute
  • Charles Burnham – violin 
  • Michael Musutafa – keyboards 
  • Calvin X Jones – acoustic bass 
  • Amin Ali – electric bass 
  • Calvin Weston – drums
  • Dana Manno – vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by James Blood Ulmer

  1. What Is
  2. Forbidden Blues
  3. Eviction
  4. Do You Wanna
  5. Forget Not
  6. High Yellow
  7. Hymn
  8. We Got to Get Together
  9. Inspiration

On October 20, 1989.

On October 20, 1989, “Rough Trade” label released “On Fire”, the second Galaxie 500 studio album. It was recorded in 1989, and was produced by Mark Kramer

Personnel:

  • Damon Krukowski – drums
  • Dean Wareham – vocals, guitar
  • Naomi Yang – vocals, bass guitar
  • Mark Kramer – engineering
  • Ralph Carney – tenor saxophone

Track listing:

All tracks by Damon Krukowski, Dean Wareham, and Naomi Yang, , except where noted.

  1. Blue Thunder
  2. Tell Me
  3. Snowstorm
  4. Strange
  5. When Will You Come Home
  6. Decompressing Trees
  7. Another Day
  8. Leave the Planet
  9. Plastic Bird
  10. Isn’t It a Pity – George Harrison

On October 20, 2009.

October 20, 2009, “Brunel Music” label released “Theatre de Marionnettes”, the fourth CAB studio album. It was recorded in 2008, at 2008 at “Gigi Studios” in Laguna Niguel, California, “North Allen Studio” and “Gildon Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Bunny Brunel and Tony MacAlpine.

Personnel:

  • Tony MacAlpine– guitar, keyboard, mixing
  • Freddie Fox – guitar
  • Bernard Torelli – guitar, mixing, mastering
  • Patrice Rushen– clavinet, keyboard, piano
  • Bunny Brunel– keyboard, bass, mixing
  • Sandeep Chowta – keyboard
  • Chick Corea– electric piano
  • Michel Polnareff– piano
  • Brian Auger– Hammond organ
  • Virgil Donati– drums
  • Jeff Elliott – trumpet
  • Doug Webb– saxophone
  • Tyrone Fernandes – mastering

Track listing:

  1. The Prankster – Bunny Brunel, Sandeep Chowta
  2. Katputli – Bunny Brunel
  3. The Sultan of Brunel – Sandeep Chowta
  4. Purple Mars – Tony MacAlpine
  5. The Ventriloquist – Tony MacAlpine
  6. Just Do It – Bunny Brunel
  7. Rain – Bunny Brunel
  8. The Pub – Tony MacAlpine
  9. Another Day – Bunny Brunel
  10. Jaco Rocco Circus – Bunny Brunel
  11. Theatre de Marionnettes – Bunny Brunel

High Cloud – Bunny Brunel

On October 20, 2008.

On October 20, 2008, “Intact Records” label released “Happiness Is the Road” 15th Marillion studio album. It was recorded 2007 – 2008, at “The Racket Club” in Buckinghamshire, UK, and was produced by Michael Hunter, Steve Hogarth, Mark Kelly, Ian Mosley, Steve Rothery and Pete Trewavas.

Personnel:

  • Steve Hogarth– vocals, keyboards
  • Mark Kelly– keyboards, backing vocals
  • Ian Mosley– drums
  • Steve Rothery– guitars
  • Pete Trewavas– bass guitar, guitars, clarinet, backing vocals
  • Sam Morris – French horn
  • Claydon – Arco bass
  • Audley – dulcimer
  • Bisset – additional tuned percussion
  • Jon Hotten – overworked tambourine
  • Emil Hogarth – ultrasound heartbeat
  • Dawn Roberts – finger cymbal
  • Michael Hunter – recording, mixing
  • Roderick Brunton, Jon Cameron – assistant
  • Simon Heyworth – mastering
  • Antonio Seijas – photography, artwork
  • Carl Glover – design, layout

Track listing:

All music by Steve Hogarth, Mark Kelly, Ian Mosley, Steve Rothery and Pete Trewavas, all lyrics by Steve Hogarth.

CD edition

Volume 1: Essence

  1. Dreamy Street
  2. This Train Is My Life
  3. Essence
  4. Wrapped Up in Time
  5. Liquidity
  6. Nothing Fills the Hole
  7. Woke Up
  8. Trap the Spark
  9. A State of Mind
  10. Happiness Is the Road
  11. blank
  12. Half-Full Jam – hidden track

Volume 2: The Hard Shoulder

  1. Thunder Fly
  2. The Man from the Planet Marzipan
  3. Asylum Satellite #1
  4. Older Than Me
  5. Throw Me Out
  6. Half the World
  7. Whatever Is Wrong with You
  8. Especially True
  9. Real Tears for Sale

 

On October 20, 2006.

On October 20,, 2006, “Frontiers” label released  “IV”, the fourth Winger studio album. It was recorded in 2006, at “The Funky White House” and “Quad Studios” in Nashville, Tennessee, and was produced by Kip Winger.

Personnel:

  • Kip Winger- lead vocals, bass, acoustic guitars, keyboard, engineer, mixing
  • Reb Beach– co-lead guitar, background vocals
  • John Roth– co-lead guitar, background vocals
  • Cenk Eroglu – keyboard, guitars
  • Rod Morgenstein- drums
  • Denny McDonald , Paula Winger – additional background vocals
  • Tony Green, Matt Abbott, John Roth – engineer
  • Buckley Miller, Steve Warren – Pro-Tools engineer
  • Richard Dodd – mastering
  • Ethan Van Sciver – cover design
  • Moose Baumann – color artist
  • Pete Cotutsca – layout design
  • Mark Delong – photography

Track listing:

All tracks written by Kip Winger and Reb Beach, except where noted.

  1. Right Up Ahead
  2. Blue Suede Shoes
  3. Four-Leaf Clover
  4. M16 – Kip Winger
  5. Your Great Escape – Kip Winger, Reb Beach, P Winger
  6. Disappear
  7. On a Day Like Today – Kip Winge, Reb Beach, Winger
  8. Livin’ Just to Die
  9. Short Flight to Mexico – Kip Winger, Reb Beach, Winger
  10. Generica
  11. Can’t Take It Back

On October 20, 1998.

On October 20, 1998, “Verve” label released “Gershwin’s World”, the 42nd Herbie Hancock album. It was recorded March – June 1998, and was produced by Robert Sadin.

Personnel:

  • Herbie Hancock– piano, organ, arranger, liner notes
  • Stevie Wonder– vocals, harmonica, arranger
  • Joni Mitchell– vocals
  • Chick Corea– piano
  • Stanley Clarke– bass
  • Ira Coleman – bass, production assistant
  • James Carter– soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone
  • Alex Al – bass
  • Toby Appel – viola
  • Cyro Baptista– percussion
  • Kathleen Battle– soprano, vocals
  • Ronnie Bauch – violin
  • Martha Caplin – concert master, violin
  • Terri Lyne Carrington– drums, production assistant
  • Susannah Chapman – cello
  • Catherine Cho – violin
  • Sarah Clarke – principal viola
  • Charles Curtis – cello
  • Nicolas Danielson – violin
  • Marji Danilow – bass
  • Madou Dembelle – djembe
  • Matthew Dine – English horn
  • Massamba Diop – talking drum
  • Karen Dreyfus – viola
  • Jennifer Frautschi – violin
  • Kenny Garrett– alto saxophone
  • Marlon Graves – guitar, mixing, percussion
  • Michael Finn – principal bassoon
  • Brian Greene – oboe
  • Bireyma Guiye – percussion
  • Eddie Henderson – flugelhorn, trumpet
  • Cynde Iverson – bassoon
  • Gene Jackson – drums
  • Joanna Jenner – violin
  • Renee Jolles – violin Eastman School of Music
  • Chris Komer – horn
  • Bakithi Kumalo– bass, guitar
  • Elizabeth Mann – flute
  • Cheik Mbaye – percussion
  • Melissa Meel – cello
  • Katherine Murdock – viola
  • Charles Neidich– clarinet, E flat clarinet
  • Ahling Neu – viola
  • Donald Palma – principal bass
  • Ellen Payne – violin
  • Todd Phillips – violin
  • Nardo Poy – viola
  • William Purvis – principal horn
  • Richard Rood – violin
  • Eriko Sato – principal violin
  • Wayne Shorter– soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone
  • David Singer – clarinet
  • Mina Smith – cello
  • Clavin Wiersman – violin
  • Peter Winograd – violin
  • Asmira Woodward-Page – violin
  • Eric Wyrick – violin
  • Naoko Tanaka – violin
  • Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
  • Robert Sadin – arranger, audio production, drum programming, liner notes, percussion programming, programming
  • David Charles Abell – consultant
  • Dave Darlington – engineer
  • Rob Eaton – audio engineer, engineer
  • Clark Germain – audio engineer, engineer
  • Steve Genewick – assistant
  • Robi Banerji, Thom Cadley, Fred Hedemark, Pete Karam – Ron Martinez, Jason Stasium, Brett Swain, David Swope, Kayo Teramoto – assistant engineer
  • Andreas Meyer – digital editing
  • Pedro Moreira – assistant, music assistant
  • Melinda Murphy – production coordination
  • Darcy Proper, Bill Airey Smith – digital editing
  • Rob Rapley – digital editing, engineer
  • Doug Sax, Mark Wilder – mastering
  • Al Schmitt – surround mix
  • Rich Breen – tracking engineer
  • Bruce Swedien, Brian Vibberts– mixing
  • Camille Tominaro, Tom Truslow – production coordination
  • Todd Whitelock – audio engineer, engineer
  • Istvan Banyai – artwork, illustrations
  • Jimmy Katz – photography, session photographer
  • James Minchin – cover photo, photography
  • Robert Zuckerman – session photographer
  • Theodora Kuslan – release coordinator

Track listing:

  1. Overture (Fascinating Rhythm)
  2. It Ain’t Necessarily So
  3. The Man I Love
  4. Here Come De Honey Man
  5. Louis Blues
  6. Lullaby
  7. Blueberry Rhyme
  8. It Ain’t Necessarily So Interlude
  9. Cotton Tail
  10. Summertime
  11. My Man’s Gone Now
  12. Prelude In C# Minor
  13. Concerto For Piano And Orchestra In G, 2nd Movement
  14. Embraceable You

On October 20, 2005.

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On October 20, 2005, Shirley Valerie Horn died aged 71. Being singer and pianist, she became one of the best known and most successful female singers in the jazz history. She performed and recorded with many jazz greats including Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Toots Thielemans, Ron Carter, Carmen McRae, Wynton Marsalis, Stuff Smith, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Charlie Haden, Oscar Peterson,  Joe Williams, Jeffery Smith, Clark Terry, Bill Charlap and others. For her work she had received many awards including: “Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Performance”; “National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters Award”, and “Honorary Doctor of Music Degree” from the “Berklee College of Music”.

On October 20, 2014.

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On October 20, 2014, “Matador Records” label released “The Best Day”, the fourth Thurston Moore studio album. It was recorded in 2014, and was produced by Thurston Moore.

Personnel:

  • Thurston Moore– vocals, guitar
  • James Sedwards– guitar
  • Debbie Googe– bass
  • Steve Shelley– drums

Track listing:

  1. Speak to the Wild
  2. Forevermore
  3. Tape
  4. The Best Day
  5. Detonation
  6. Vocabularies
  7. Grace Lake
  8. Germs Burn

On October 20, 1976.

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On October 20, 1976, “Warner Bros” label released “Zoot Allures”, the twenty-second Frank Zappa album. It was recorded May–June, 1976, at “Record Plant Studios” in Los Angeles, and live in Osaka, Japan, February 3, 1976, and was produced by Frank Zappa.

Personnel:

  • Frank Zappa– guitar, bass, lead vocals, synthesizer, keyboards, director of recreational activities
  • Terry Bozzio– drums , backing vocals
  • Davey Moiré – lead vocals, backing vocals, engineer
  • Andre Lewis– organ, vocals, backing vocals
  • Roy Estrada– bass, vocals, backing vocals, drone bass
  • Napoleon Murphy Brock– vocals
  • Ruth Underwood– synthesizer, marimba
  • Captain Beefheart– harmonica (credited as “Donnie Vliet”)
  • Ruben Ladron de Guevara – backing vocals
  • Ian Underwood– saxophone
  • Bruce Fowler– trombone
  • Sal Marquez – trumpet
  • Dave Parlato – bass
  • Lu Ann Neil –harp
  • Sparky Parker – backing vocals
  • Arnie Acosta – mastering
  • Amy Bernstein – layout design
  • Michael Braunstein – engineer
  • Gary Heery – photography
  • Cal Schenkel– design

Track listing:

All tracks by Frank Zappa, except where noted.

  1. Wind Up Workin’ in a Gas Station
  2. Black Napkins
  3. The Torture Never Stops
  4. Pinky
  5. Find Her Finer
  6. Friendly Little Finger
  7. Wonderful Wino – Simmons, Frank Zappa
  8. Zoot Allures
  9. Disco Boy