Tag Archives: October

The Walkmen: Bows + Arrows

On February 2, 2004, “Record Collection” label released “Bows + Arrows”, the second Walkmen (The) studio album. It was recorded April – October 2003, at “Marcata Studios”, “Easley-McCain Recording”, “Sweet Tea Studios”, and was produced by Hamilton Leithauser, Paul Maroon, Walter Martin, Peter Bauer and Matt Barrick.

Personnel:

  • Hamilton Leithauser – vocals, guitars, mixing
  • Paul Maroon – guitars, piano, mixing
  • Walter Martin – organ, pandemonium, mixing
  • Peter Bauer – bass, mixing
  • Matt Barrick – drums, mixing
  • Stuart Sikes – engineer
  • Fred Kevorkian – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Hamilton Leithauser, Paul Maroon, Walter Martin, Peter Bauer and Matt Barrick.

  1. What’s in It for Me
  2. The Rat
  3. No Christmas While I’m Talking
  4. Little House of Savages
  5. My Old Man
  6. 138th Street
  7. The North Pole
  8. Hang On, Siobhan
  9. New Year’s Eve
  10. Thinking of a Dream I Had
  11. Bows + Arrows

Marianne Faithful: Horses and High Heels

On January 31, 2011, “Dramatico” label released “Horses and High Heels”, the 19th Marianne Faithfull album. It was recorded September – October 2010, at “Piet Street Recording”, “One East Recording”, “Studio Labomatic”, “Kramer Studios”, and was produced by Hal Willner.

Personnel:

  • Marianne Faithful – lead vocal
  • Jenni Muldaur – lead and backing vocals
  • Lou Reed – guitar
  • Carl Winton – lead and backing vocals,12 string and electric guitar, lap steel guitar, banjo, mandolin
  • Doug Pettibone – lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitar
  • John Porter – electric guitar
  • Jonathan Frelich – acoustic guitar
  • Bob Andrews – piano, electric piano, organ
  • Mark Bingham – bass, string arrangements
  • George Porter Jr.  – bass
  • Carlo Nuccio – drums
  • Anthony Cuccia – congas, bass drum, tambourine, glockenspiel, shaker
  • Janna Sazlaw – flute
  • Dr Michael White – clarinet, recording, mixing
  • Matt Perrine – tuba
  • Jon Gross – tuba
  • Matt Rhod – violin
  • Helen Gillet – cello
  • Jack Craft – cello
  • Harmony Mintern – harp
  • Hal Willner – sampler
  • Dr. James P. Walsh – string arrangements, conductor
  • John Fischbach – mastering
  • Francois Ravard – creative director, executive director
  • Violette Nouailhac – artwork
  • Jim Warren – painting
  • Patrick Swirc – photography
  • Shawn Hall – production coordinator
  • Rachel Fox – production manager

Track listing:

  1. The Stations – Greg E. Dulli, Mark William Lanegan
  2. Why Did We Have to Part – Laurent Voulzy, Marianne Faithful
  3. That’s How Every Empire Falls – R. B. Morris
  4. No Reason – Jackie Lomax
  5. Prussian Blue – David Courts, Marianne Faithful
  6. Love Song – Lesley Duncan
  7. Gee Baby – JJ Johnson, Mary Alma Baker, Sylvia Robinson, Tyler T Texas
  8. Goin’ Back – Carole King, Gerry Goffin
  9. Past, Present and Future – Arthur Butler, George Francis Morton, Jerry Lieber
  10. Horses and High Heels – Doug Pettibone, Marianne Faithful
  11. Back in Baby’s Arms – Allen Toussaint
  12. Eternity – Doug Pettibone, Marianne Faithful
  13. The Old House – Franck McGuiness, Leo Abrahams
  14. Fragile Weapon – Devon T. Williams
  15. I Don´t Wanna Know – Rupert Charles Guidy

Eels: Extreme Witchcraft

On January 28, 2022, “E Works” and “PIAS” label released “Extreme Witchcraft”, the fourteenth Eels studio album. It was recorded March – October 2021, and was produced by E and John Parish.

Personnel:

  • E (Mark Oliver Everett) – vocals, guitar, recording, mixing
  • John Parish – guitar, recording, mixing
  • Koool G Murder – bass guitar, recording, mixing
  • P-Boo – drums, recording, mixing
  • Ryan Bosch – recording, mixing
  • Don Hersch – mastering 
  • Philip Beaudreau – design
  • Gus Black – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by E (Mark Oliver Everett) and John Parish, except where noted.

  1. Amateur Hour
  2. Good Night on Earth
  3. Strawberries & Popcorn
  4. Steam Engine – Mark Oliver Everett, Kelly Logsdon
  5. Grandfather Clock Strikes Twelve – Mark Oliver Everett
  6. Stumbling Bee
  7. The Magic
  8. Better Living Through Desperation
  9. So Anyway
  10. What It Isn’t – Mark Oliver Everett, Kelly Logsdon
  11. Learning While I Lose – Mark Oliver Everett, Mike Sawitzke
  12. I Know You’re Right – Mark Oliver Everett, Kelly Logsdon

The Raincoats: Moving

On January 27, 1984, “Rough Trade” label released “Moving”, the third Raincoats (The) studio album. It was recorded October – November 1982, August – September 1983, at “Berry Street Studios” and “Regents Park Studios” in London, and was produced by Adam Kidron and Brad Grisdale.

Personnel:

  • Vicki Aspinall – vocals, organ, bass, piano, violin
  • Gina Birch – vocals, bass, guitar, vibraphone
  • Ana da Silva – vocals, guitar, percussion
  • Mgotse Mothie – double bass
  • Michael McEvoy – synthesizer bass, horn arrangements
  • Paddy O’Connell – bass, tenor saxophone, penny whistle
  • Derek Goddard – percussion, bongos, conga, drums
  • Richard Dudanski – percussion, drums, balafon
  • Roger Freeman – percussion
  • Chris “C.P.” Lee – trumpet
  • Harry Beckett – trumpet, flugelhorn

Track listing:

  1. Ooh Ooh La La La
  2. Dreaming in the Past
  3. Mouth of a Story
  4. Honey Mad Woman
  5. Rainstorm
  6. Dance of Hopping Mad
  7. Balloon
  8. I Saw a Hill
  9. Overheard
  10. The Body
  11. Avidoso
  12. Animal Rhapsody

The Three Sounds: Vibrations

In January 1967, “Blue Note” label released “Vibrations”, the 25th Three Sounds (The) album. It was recorded in October 1966, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

Personnel:

  • Gene Harris – piano, organ
  • Andrew Simpkins – bass
  • Kalil Madi – drums
  • Rudy Van Gelder – recording
  • Reid Miles – design, photography
  • Leonard Feather – liner notes

Track listing:

  1. The Frown – Gene Harris
  2. Fever – Eddie Cooley, Otis Blackwell
  3. Let’s Go Get Stoned – Joey Armstead, Nicholas Ashford, Valerie Simpson
  4. Something You Got – Chris Kenner
  5. Yeh Yeh – Rogers Grant, Pat Patrick
  6. It Was a Very Good Year – Ervin Drake
  7. The Lamp Is Low – Peter de Rose, Bert Shefter
  8. Yours Is My Heart Alone – Ludwig Herzer, Franz Lehár, Fritz Löhner-Beda
  9. Django – John Lewis
  10. Charade – Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer

Roy Orbison: Roy Orbison Sings Don Gibson

In January 1967, “MGM” label released “Roy Orbison Sings Don Gibson”, the tenth Roy Orbison album. It was recorded June – October 1966, and was produced by Wesley Rise and Jim Vienneau.

Personnel:

  • Roy Orbison – vocal
  • Bill McElhiney – arrangements

Track listing:

All tracks by Don Gibson.

  1. (I’d Be) A Legend in My Time
  2. (Yes) I’m Hurting
  3. The Same Street
  4. Far, Far Away
  5. Bug Hearted Me
  6. Sweet Dreams
  7. Oh, Such a Stranger
  8. Blue Blue Day
  9. What About Me?
  10. Give Myself a Party
  11. Too Soon to Know
  12. Lonesome Numner One

Central Line: Breaking Point

On January 9, 1982, “Mercury” label released “Breaking Point”, the debut Central Line studio album. It was recorded June – October 1981, at “Scorpio Studios”, “Audio International Studios” and “Nova Sound Studios” in London, and was produced by Roy Carter and Bob Carter.

Personnel:

  • Linton Beckles – vocals, percussion, design
  • Henry Defoe – lead and rhythm guitar, design
  • Lipson Francis – keyboards, design
  • Camelle Hinds – vocals, bass, design
  • Roy Carter – keyboards, guitar, remix
  • Steve Jeffries – keyboards
  • Danny Cummings – percussion, congas, bongos
  • Jake Le Mesurier – percussion
  • Mel Gaynor – additional drums
  • Dee Sealy – backing vocals
  • George Chandler – backing vocals
  • Jimmy Chambers – backing vocals
  • Dennis Weinreich – recording
  • Pete Smith – recording, mixing
  • Pete Walsh – mixing
  • Greg Walsh – mixing
  • Arun – lacquer cut
  • Peter Ashworth – photography

Track listing:

  1. Walking Into Sunshine – Linton Beckles, Lipson Francis, Roy Carter
  2. I Need Your Love – Linton Beckles, Lipson Francis, Anthony McCorkell
  3. Breaking Point – Lipson Francis, Linton Beckles
  4. Goodbye – Camelle Hinds, Henry Defoe, Steve Jeffries
  5. That’s No Way to Treat My Love – Linton Beckles, Lipson Francis, Roy Carter
  6. Don’t Tell Me – Linton Beckles, Lipson Francis, Anthony McCorkell
  7. (You Know) You Can Do It – Lipson Francis, Henry Hinds, Linton Beckles
  8. Shake It Up – Linton Beckles, Lipson Francis, Anthony McCorkell

Loretta Lynn: Here’s Loretta Singing Wings Upon Your Horns

On January 5, 1970, “Decca” label released “Here’s Loretta Singing Wings Upon Your Horns”, the fifteenth Loretta Lynn studio album. It was recorded January – October 1960, at “Bradley’s Barn” in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, and was produced by Owen Bradley.

Personnel:

  • Loretta Lynn – lead vocal
  • Ray Edenton – acoustic and electric guitar
  • Grady Martin – guitar
  • Jerry Shook – guitar
  • Pete Wade – guitar
  • Hal Rugg – steel guitar
  • Hargus Robbins – piano
  • Larry Butler – piano
  • Floyd Cramer – piano
  • Junior Huskey – bass
  • Bob Moore – bass
  • Norbert Putnam – bass
  • Joe Zinkan – bass
  • Harold Bradley – electric bass
  • Buddy Harman – drums
  • James Wilkerson – vibes
  • The Jordanaires – backing vocals
  • Teddy Wilburn – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Wings Upon Your Horns – Loretta Lynn
  2. When I Reach the Bottom (You’d Better be There) – Lorene Allen, Loretta Lynn
  3. This Stranger (My Little Girl) – Ann Burns, Barbara Fairchild, Ruby VanNoy
  4. I Only See the Things I Want to See – Loudilla Johnson, Loretta Lynn
  5. If You Handle the Merchandise – Peggy Sue Wells
  6. I’m Dynamite – Loreta Lynn
  7. Big Ole Hurt – Loreta Lynn
  8. I’d Rather Be Gone – Merle Haggard
  9. You Wouldn’t Know an Angel (If You Saw One) – Loretta Lynn, Frances Rhodes
  10. I’ll Still Be Missing You – Warner McPherson
  11. Let’s Get Back Down to Earth – Loretta Lynn

George Russell: Stratusphunk

In January 1961, “Riverside” label released “Stratusphunk”, the fifth George Russell album. It was recorded in October 1960 in New York City, and was produced by Orrin Keepnews.

Personnel:

  • George Russell – piano, arranger, conductor
  • Al Kiger – trumpet
  • David Baker: trombone
  • Dave Young: tenor saxophone
  • Chuck Israels: bass
  • Joe Hunt: drums

Track listing:

All tracks by George Russell except where noted

  1. Stratusphunk
  2. New Donna
  3. Bent Eagle – Carla Bley
  4. Kentucky Oysters – David Baker
  5. Lambskins – David Lahm
  6. Things New

Charles Mingus: Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus

In December 1960, “Candid” label released “Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus”, the 19th Charles Mingus album. It was recorded in October 1960, at “Nola Penthouse Sound Studios” in New York City.

Personnel:

  • Charles Mingus – bass
  • Ted Curson – trumpet
  • Eric Dolphy – alto saxophone, bass clarinet
  • Dannie Richmond – drums
  • Bob D’Orleans – engineer
  • Nat Hentoff – liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Charles Mingus.

  1. Folk Forms No. 1
  2. Original Faubus Fables
  3. What Love
  4. All the Things you Could Be by Now if Sigmund Freud’s Wife Was Your Mother