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On March 29, 1994.

On March 29, 1994, “Elektra” label released “Hoist”, the fifth Phish studio album. It was recorded October – November 1993, at “American Recording Co.” in Woodland Hills, California, and was produced by Paul Fox.

Personnel:

  • Trey Anastasio– lead vocals, guitars
  • Page McConnell– pianos, organ, backing vocals
  • Mike Gordon– electric and upright basses, mandolin
  • Jon “Greasy Fizeek” Fishman– drums, backing vocals
  • Morgan Fichter – violin
  • Alison Krauss– additional lead and backing vocals
  • Rickey Grundy Chorale – backing vocals
    • Rickey Grundy – conductor
    • Trelawney McLaurin
    • Beverly Witherspoon
    • Theodore Trent III
    • Beretta Thomas
    • Angela Brown
    • Hosea Belcher
  • Rose Stone, Jean McClain – backing vocals
  • Tower of PowerHorn Section – horns
    • Greg Adams – fluegelhorn
    • Lee Thornburg – trumpet, trombone
    • Stephen “Doc” Kupka – baritone saxophone
    • David Mann – alto saxophone
    • Emilio Castillo– tenor saxophone
  • Jonathan Frakes– trombone
  • Béla Fleck– banjo
  • The Richard Greene Fourteen – strings

Track listing:

All tracks by Trey Anastasio and Marshall, except where noted.

  1. Julius
  2. Down with Disease
  3. If I Could – Trey Anastasio
  4. Riker’s Mailbox – Trey Anastasio, Jon Fishman, Mike Gordon, Page McConnell
  5. Axilla (Part II)
  6. Lifeboy
  7. Sample in a Jar
  8. Wolfman’s Brother – Trey Anastasio, Jon Fishman, Marshall, Mike Gordon, Page McConnell
  9. Scent of a Mule – Mike Gordon
  10. Dog Faced Boy – Trey Anastasio, Jon Fishman, Marshall, Page McConnell
  11. Demand (song ends at 1:56, followed by Split Open and Melt jam from 4/21/93 and Yerushalayim Shel Zahav) – Trey Anastasio, Marshall, Naomi Shemer

On March 27, 2013.

On March 27, 2013, “AristeXclusive” label released “Can You Stand the Heat”, the sixth Ana Popović studio album. It was recorded April – October 2012, January 2013, at “Ardent Recording Studio” in Memphis, TN., “Lyricanvas Studios” in Nashville, TN, and was produced by Ana Popović, Tony Coleman and Tommy Sims.

Personnel:

  • Ana Popović – vocals, lead, slide and acoustic guitar
  • John Williams – bass
  • Frank Ray, Jr. – keys
  • Harold Smith – rhythm guitar
  • Tony Coleman – drums

Tauris Turner – drums

  • Marc Franklin – trumpet
  • Kirk Smothers – saxophone
  • Lucky Peterson– vocals, guitar, organ
  • Tommy Sims – bass, vocals
  • Felix Hernandez – percussion
  • Javier Solis – drums, percussion
  • Sherry Williams, John Williams – background vocals
  • Stephanie Bolton, Sharisse Norman – backing vocals
  • John Williams, Frank Ray, Jr. – backing vocals
  • Jerard Woods, Jovaun Woods – backing vocals
  • Children choir – Jovanni Ramirez, Jerard Woods II, Justin Woods, Sarah-Clayton McBrayer, EmmyLayne Myers, Noelle Jamison, Nori Jamiso
  • Pete Matthews – engineering, mixing
  • James Waddell – engineering, mixing
  • Brad Blackwood – mastering

Track listing:

  1. Can You Stand the Heat – Ana Popović
  2. Can’t You See What You’re Doing to Me – Roy Turk, Fred E. Ahlert
  3. Mo’ Better Love – Ana Popović, Tommy Sims
  4. Object of Obsession – Ana Popović, John Williams
  5. Boys’ Night Out – Ana Popović, Mark van Meurs, Tony Coleman
  6. Hot Southern Night – Ana Popović, Mark van Meurs
  7. Every Kind of People – Andy Fraser
  8. Anna’s Shuffle – Ana Popović, Tony Coleman
  9. Blues for Mrs. Pauline / Leave My Boy Alone – Ana Popović, Tony Coleman, Buddy Guy
  10. Leave Well Enough (aka High Maintenance You – Ana Popović, Mark van Meurs, Tony Coleman
  11. Tribe – Ana Popović, Tony Coleman
  12. Rain Fall Down – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  13. Growing Up Too Soon (bonus tracks) – Ana Popović
  14. Mo’ Better Love (bonus track) – Ana Popović, Tommy Sims

On March 23, 1955.

On March 23, 1955, “Bethlehem” label released the self – titled, third Carmen McRae album. It was recorded October – December 1954.

Personnel:

  • Carmen McRae- vocals
  • Herbie Mann- flute, tenor saxophone
  • Mat Mathews- accordion
  • Mundell Lowe- guitar
  • Tony Scott- clarinet, piano
  • Dick Katz- piano
  • Skip Fawcett- double bass
  • Wendell Marshall- double bass
  • Kenny Clarke- drums
  • Osie Johnson– drums

Track listing:

  1. You’d Be So Easy to Love – Cole Porter
  2. If I’m Lucky (I’ll Be The One) – Chuck Darwin, Paulette Girard
  3. Old Devil Moon – Y. “Yip” Harburg, Burton Lane
  4. Tip Toe Gently – Mat Mathews, Paulette Girard
  5. You Made Me Care – Chuck Darwin, Paulette Girard
  6. Last Time for Love
  7. Misery – Tony Scott
  8. Too Much in Love to Care

On March 9, 1992.

On March 9, 1992, “Anxious Records” label released “Doppelgänger”, the debut Curve studio album. It was recorded July – October 1991, at “Todai Studios” in London, and was produced by Flood, Dean Garcia and Toni Halliday.

Personnel:

  • Dean Garcia– guitar, keyboards, bass, drum programming
  • Toni Halliday– vocals
  • Alex Mitchell – guitar
  • Alan Moulder– guitar
  • Debbie Smith– guitar
  • Monti – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Dean Garcia and Toni Halliday.

  1. Already Yours
  2. Horror Head
  3. Wish You Dead
  4. Doppelgänger
  5. Lillies Dying
  6. Ice That Melts the Tips
  7. Split Into Fractions
  8. Think and Act
  9. Fait Accompli
  10. Sandpit

On March 5, 2002.

On March 5. 2002, “Equal Vision” label released “The Second Stage Turbine Blade” label released Coheed and Cambria album. It was recorded October – November 2001, at “Stainglass Studio” in Paramus” in New Jersey, and was produced by Michael Birnbaum and Chris Bittner.

Personnel:

  • Claudio Sanchez– vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Josh Eppard– drums, piano
  • Michael Todd– bass, vocals
  • Travis Stever– lead guitar
  • Nate Kelley– drums
  • Know– guitar
  • Montana Masback – additional vocals
  • Michael Birnbaum – mixing
  • Chris Bittner – mixing
  • Jayson Dezuzio – recording, pre-production
  • Roger Lian – mastering
  • Todd Martin – recording

Track listing:

All lyrics by Claudio Sanchez; all music by Claudio Sanchez, Josh Eppard, Michael Todd, Nat Kelley and Dr. Kow.

  1. Second Stage Turbine Blade
  2. Time Consumer
  3. Devil in Jersey City
  4. Everything Evil
  5. Delirium Trigger
  6. Hearshot Kid Disaster
  7. 33
  8. Junesong Provision
  9. Neverender
  10. God Send Conspirator

 

 

On March 3, 1975.

On March 3, 1975, “A&M” label released “Frampton”, the fourth Peter Frampton studio album. It was recorded October 1974 – February 1975, at “Ronnie Lane’s Mobile Studio” in Clearwell Castle, Gloucestershire, and was produced by Peter Frampton.

Personnel:

  • Peter Frampton- lead vocals, acoustic, lead and rhythm guitar, piano, organ, talkbox, bass guitar
  • Andy Bown- bass guitar
  • John Siomos- drums, percussion
  • Poli Palmer– vibes
  • Chris Kimsey, Andy Knight – engineer
  • George Marino – mixing, mastering
  • Doug Sax, Arnie Acosta – mastering
  • Vartan, Roland Young, Junie Osaki – art direction
  • Mike Zagaris – photography
  • Beth Stempel, Bill Levenson – supervisor, coordinator

Track listing:

All tracks by Peter Frampton.

  1. Day’s Dawning
  2. Show Me the Way
  3. One More Time
  4. The Crying Clown
  5. Fanfare
  6. Nowhere’s Too Far (for My Baby)
  7. Nassau
  8. Baby, I Love Your Way
  9. Apple of Your Eye
  10. Penny for Your Thoughts
  11. (I’ll Give You) Money

In February 1980.

In February 1980, “Polydor” label released “Gradually Going Tornado”, the fourth Bruford album. It was recorded October – November 1979, at “Surrey Sound Studios” in Surrey, UK, and was produced by Bill Bruford and Ron Malo.

Personnel:

  • Bill Bruford– drums
  • Dave Stewart– keyboards
  • John Clark – guitar
  • Jeff Berlin– vocals, bass
  • Georgie Born– cello
  • Amanda Parsons, Barbara Gaskin– choir
  • Ron Malo – engineer
  • Pete Buhlman – tape operator
  • Martin Moss – engineer, second engineer
  • Paul Neagu– art direction, design

Track listing:

  1. Age of Information – Bill Bruford, Dave Stewart
  2. Gothic 17 – Bill Bruford, Dave Stewart
  3. Joe Frazier – Jeff Berlin
  4. E.D. – Bill Bruford, Dave Stewart
  5. The Sliding Floor – Jeff Berlin, Bill Bruford, Dave Stewart
  6. Palewell Park – Bill Bruford
  7. Plans for J.D. – Bill Bruford
  8. Land’s End – Dave Stewart