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On October 24, 2011.

On October 24, 2011, “Wire-Sound” label released “No Thyself”, the fifth and final Magazine studio album. It was recorded in 2011, at “Red Bird”, “Apollo Control”.

Personnel:

  • Howard Devoto – vocals
  • John Doyle – drums
  • Dave Formula – keyboards
  • Norman Fisher-Jones (aka Noko) – guitar, backing vocals
  • Jonathan “Stan” White – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Christine Hanson – cello, strings
  • Rosalie Cunningham – backing vocals
  • Ashley Krajewski – engineer
  • Mike Nielsen – mixing
  • Kevin Metcalfe – mastering
  • Odilon Redon – illustrations

Track listing:

All lyrics by Howard Devoto, except where noted, all music by Howard Devoto, John Doyle, Dave Formula and Norman Fisher-Jones, except where noted.

  1. Do the Meaning – Howard Devoto, John Doyle, Dave Formula, Norman Fisher-Jones, Pete Shelley 
  2. Other Thematic Material
  3. The Worst of Progress….
  4. Hello Mister Curtis (With Apologies)
  5. Physics
  6. Happening in English
  7. Holy Dotage
  8. Of Course Howard (1979)
  9. Final Analysis Waltz
  10. The Burden of a Song
  11. Blisterpack Blues” (bonus track)

On October 24, 2000.

On October 24, 2000, “Blue Note” label released “The Dropper”, the tenth Medeski, Martin & Wood album. It was recorded 1999 – 2000, at “Shacklyn” in Brooklyn, New York City, and was produced by John Medeski, Billy Martin, and Chris Wood.

Personnel:

  • John Medeski – keyboards
  • Billy Martin – drums, percussion
  • Chris Wood – basses
  • Marshall Allen – alto sax
  • Marc Ribot – guitars
  • Eddie Bobe – congas
  • Paula Potocki – surdo
  • Charlie Burnham – violin
  • Joan Wasser – violin
  • Jane Scarpantoni – cello
  • Scotty Hard, David Baker – engineer, mixing
  • Phillip Harvey – engineer assistant
  • Phil Painson – engineer assistant
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering
  • Andy Van Dette – mastering assistant
  • Chippy- art direction, design
  • Danny Clinch – photography

Track listing:

  1. We Are Rolling
  2. Big Time
  3. Fèlic
  4. Partido Alto
  5. Illinization
  6. Bone Digger
  7. Note Bleu
  8. The Dropper
  9. Philly Cheese Blunt
  10. Sun Sleigh
  11. Tsukemono
  12. Shacklyn Knights
  13. Norah 6

On October 24, 2014.

On October 24, 2014, “All Ice” label released “World of Glass”, album by Terje Isungset and Arve Henriksen. It was recorded December 2011, live in Tallinn, and in 2012 in Bergen, Norway, and was produced by Arve Henriksen and Terje Isungset. All instruments used on the album are made out of glass, 15 glass artists worked on making instruments for two years.

Personnel:

  • Arve Henriksen – glass horns, glass trumpets, recording, mixing, editing
  • Terje Isungset – glass percussion, concept, recording, mixing, editing
  • Asle Karstad, Estonian Public Broadcasting – live recording engineer
  • Daniel Mikael Wold – mixing, mastering
  • Lasse Berntzen – album cover
  • Kaupo Kikkas – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Terje Isungset and Arve Henriksen.

  1. Cave
  2. Looking Through
  3. Transparent Shadow
  4. Crystal Clear
  5. Surface
  6. Optical Density
  7. Silica
  8. Obsidian
  9. Float
  10. Crunchy Crystal
  11. Melting Glass Process
  12. Blow
  13. Murano Stories
  14. Prism
  15. Clearness At Departure

On October 24, 1972.

On October 24, 1972, “CTI” label released “Free”, the third Airto Moreira studio album. It was recorded March – April 1972, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and was produced by Creed Taylor.

Personnel:

  • Airto Moreira– vocals, percussion
  • Burt Collins– trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Mel Davis– trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Alan Rubin– trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Wayne Andre– trombone
  • Garnett Brown– trombone
  • Joe Wallace – trombone
  • Joe Farrell– soprano saxophone, alto and bass flutes, piccolo
  • Hubert Laws– flute
  • Nelson Ayres – electric piano
  • Chick Corea– piano, electric piano
  • Keith Jarrett– piano
  • George Benson– guitar
  • Jay Berliner– guitar
  • Ron Carter– double bass
  • Stanley Clarke– bass guitar
  • Flora Purim– vocals
  • Don Sebesky– arranger

Track listing:

  1. Return to Forever – Chick Corea
  2. Flora’s Song – Flora Purim
  3. Free – Airto Moreira
  4. Lucky Southern – Keith Jarrett
  5. Creek (Arroio) – Victor Brazil
  6. So Tender – Keith Jarrett
  7. Jequié – Moacir Santos

 

 

On October 24, 2006.

On October 24, 2006, “Record Collection” label released “Pussy Cats Starring the Walkmen”, the fourth Walkmen studio album. It is song cover of the 1974 Harry Nilsson album “Pussy Cats” which was produced by John Lennon.

Personnel:

  • Matt Barrick– conga, drums, maracas, tambourine, cowbell, wood block
  • Peter Bauer– organ, farfisa organ, Vox Continental
  • Hamilton Leithauser– vocals, acoustic guitar, glockenspiel, electric guitar, handwriting
  • Walter Martin– acoustic guitar, bass, kazoo, maracas, organ, piano, tambourine, triangle, vibraslap, cowbell, fuzz bass, slide whistle
  • Quentin Stoltzfus– vocals
  • Alex Waterman– cello, string arrangements
  • Dana Lyn– viola
  • Rob Moose – violin
  • Paul Maroon– piano, electric guitar
  • Chris Colbert, Kevin McMahon– engineer, mixing
  • Elijah Thomson– assistant engineer, mixing assistant

Track listing:

  1. Many Rivers to Cross – Jimmy Cliff
  2. Subterranean Homesick Blues – Bob Dylan
  3. Don’t Forget Me – Harry Nilsson
  4. All My Life – Harry Nilsson
  5. Old Forgotten Soldier- Harry Nilsson
  6. Save the Last Dance – Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman
  7. Mucho Mungo/Mt. Elga – John Lennon, Harry Nilsson
  8. Loop De Loop – Ted Vann
  9. Black Sails – Harry Nilsson
  10. Rock Around the Clock – Jimmy DeKnight, Max C. Freedman

 

On October 24, 2006.

On October 24, 2006, “Hollywood Records” label released “Threes”, the third Sparta studio album. It was recorded March – June 2006, at, “Robert Lang Studios” in Seattle, Washington, and was produced by Dave Bassett.

Personnel:

  • Keeley Davis– vocals, guitar
  • Tony Hajjar– drums
  • Matt Miller- bass, backup vocals
  • Jim Ward– vocals, guitar
  • Merry Clayton- background vocals
  • Chris Henrich- pedal steel guitar
  • Liz Smith- guitar technician
  • Gregg Keplinger- drum technician
  • Joe Chiccarelli– engineer
  • Mike Major– mixing
  • Alan Yoshida– mastering
  • Dave Bassett, George Gumbs- engineer
  • Jared Kvitka- assistant engineer
  • Erik Ron- digital editing
  • Ray Wallace– paintings
  • Geert Teuwen- cover photo

Track listing:

  1. Untreatable Disease
  2. Crawl
  3. Unstitch Your Mouth
  4. Taking Back Control
  5. Erase It Again
  6. Atlas
  7. The Most Vicious Crime
  8. False Start
  9. Weather the Storm
  10. Right.Return. (Straight In Our Hands)
  11. Without a Sound
  12. Translations

 

On October 24, 2017.

On October 24, 2017, Antoine “Fats” Domino Jr. died aged 89. Being pianist, singer and song-writer, he is regarded as one of the Rock and Roll pioneers and most important artists in the popularization of the early rock and roll. He had 11 top 10 hits between 1955 and 1960, and 35 records in the U.S. Billboard Top 40. His best known songs are “Ain’t That a Shame” and “Blueberry Hill”, and he has sold more than 65 million records worldwide. Fats Domino was one the first musicians inducted in the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”.

On October 24, 2000.

bedlam-born

On October 24, 2000, “Park Records” label released “Bedlam Born”, the sixteen Steeleye Span studio album. It was recorded in 2000, at “Warehouse Studios” in Oxford, and was produced by Steeleye Span.

Personnel:

  • Gay Woods- vocals, bodhrán
  • Bob Johnson- vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Peter Knight- vocals, keyboards, violin
  • Tim Harries- bass guitar, electric guitar, keyboards, vocals
  • Dave Mattacks- drums, percussion

Track listing:

  1. Well Done Liar! – Traditional arr. Bob Johnson
  2. Who Told the Butcher? – Peter Knight
  3. John of Ditchford – Tim Harries
  4. I See his Blood Upon the Rose – Joseph Plunkett, Gay Woods, Tim Harries
  5. Black Swan – Tim Harries
  6. The Beggar – Traditional arr. Bob Johnson
  7. Poor old Soldier – Peter Knight
  8. Arbour – Tim Harries, Gay Woods
  9. There was a Wealthy Merchant – Traditional arr. Tim Harries
  10. Beyond the Dreaming Place – Peter Knight, Gay Woods
  11. We Poor Labouring Men – Traditional arr. Steeleye Span
  12. The Connemara Cradle Song – Traditional, Delia Murphy
  13. Stephen – Tim Harries
  14. The White Cliffs of Dover – Burton/Kent arr. Gay Woods

 

On October 24, 1995.

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On October 24, 1995, “Virgin” label released “Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness”, the third Smashing Pumpkins studio album. It was recorded March – August 1995, at “Pumpkinland”;  “Sadlands & Bugg Studios”; “Chicago Recording Company” and “The Village Recorder”, and was produced by Alan Moulder, Billy Corgan and Flood.”Rolling Stones” magazine ranked the album at number 487 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”. “Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness” was certified 4 x Platinum in Australia by “ARIA”; Platinum in Belgium by “BEA”; Diamond in Canada by “CRIA”; Platinum in France by “SNEP”; 2 x Platinum in Ireland by “IRMA”; Platinum in New Zealand by “RMNZ”; 2 x Platinum in Portugal by “AFP”; Platinum in UK by “BPI”, and Diamond in the US by “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Jimmy Chamberlin– drums, vocals
  • Billy Corgan– lead vocals, lead and rhythm guitar, piano, mellotron, production, mixing, string arrangement, art direction and design
  • James Iha– lead and rhythm guitar; vocals, mixing
  • D’arcy Wretzky– bass guitar, vocals
  • Chicago Symphony Orchestra– orchestra
  • Greg Leisz– pedal and lap steel guitar
  • Roger Carpenter – technical assistance
  • John Craig – illustration
  • Flood– mixer
  • Andrea Giacobbe – photograph
  • Barry Goldberg – additional vocal recording, mixing assistance
  • Adam Green – technical assistance
  • Dave Kresl – string recording assistance
  • Tim “Gooch” Lougee – technical assistance
  • Guitar Dave Mannet – technical assistance
  • Jeff Moleski – technical assistance
  • Alan Moulder– mixer
  • Frank Olinsky – art direction and design
  • Claudine Pontier – recording assistance
  • Audrey Riley– string arrangement
  • Chris Shepard– recording
  • Russ Spice – technical assistance
  • Howie Weinberg– mastering

Track listing:

  1. Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
  2. Tonight, Tonight
  3. Jellybelly
  4. Zero
  5. Here Is No Why
  6. Bullet with Butterfly Wings
  7. To Forgive
  8. Fuck You (An Ode to No One)
  9. Love
  10. Cupid de Locke
  11. Galapagos
  12. Muzzle
  13. Porcelina of the Vast Oceans
  14. Take Me Down
  15. Where Boys Fear to Tread
  16. Bodies
  17. Thirty – Three
  18. In the Arms of Sleep
  19. 1979
  20. Tales of a Scorched Earth
  21. Thru the Eyes of Ruby
  22. Stumbleine
  23. Y.U.
  24. We Only Come Out at Night
  25. Beautiful
  26. Lily (My One and Only)
  27. By Starlight
  28. Farewell and Goodnight

 

On October 24, 1976.

calling_card

On October 24, 1976, “Chrysalis” label released “Calling Card”, the sixth Rory Gallagher studio album. It was recorded in September 1976, at “Musicland Studios” in Munich, and was produced by Roger Glover and Rory Gallagher.

Personnel:

  • Rory Gallagher– vocals, guitar and harmonica
  • Gerry McAvoy– bass guitar
  • Lou Martin– keyboards
  • Rod de’Ath– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Rory Gallagher.

  1. Do You Read Me
  2. Country Mile
  3. Moonchild
  4. Calling Card
  5. I’ll Admit You’re Gone
  6. Secret Agent
  7. Jack-Knife Beat
  8. Edged in Blue
  9. Barley and Grape Rag