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On June 12, 2020.

On June 12, 2020, “Blue Note” label released “Pick Me Up Off the Floor”, the seventh Norah Jones studio album. It was recorded 2019 – 2020, at “Electric Lady Studios” in New York City, “Brooklyn Recording”, “Reservoir Studios” and “Rainbow Star” in Brooklyn, NY, and was produced by Norah Jones and Jeff Tweedy.

Personnel:

  • Norah Jones – vocals, piano, Wurlitzer electric piano, Hammond B3 organ, drums, celesta
  • Jeff Tweedy – acoustic and electric guitar, electric bass
  • Pete Remm – Hammond B3, synthesizer, electric guitar
  • Dan Lead – pedal steel guitar
  • Christopher Thomas – upright bass
  • Jesse Murphy – upright bass
  • Josh Lattanzi – electric bass 
  • John Patitucci – electric bass 
  • Dan Rieser, Josh Adams – drums
  • Brian Blade – drums
  • Nate Smith – drums 
  • Spencer Tweedy – drums
  • Mauro Refosco – shaker
  • Leon Michels – tenor saxophone 
  • Dave Guy – trumpet
  • Mazz Swift – violin, backing vocals
  • Ayane Kozasa – viola
  • Paul Wiancko – cello, string arrangement
  • Ruby Amanfu, Sam Ashworth – backing vocals 
  • Brandon Bost – recording
  • Andy Taub – recording
  • Patrick Dillett – recording
  • Mark Greenberg – engineer
  • Matt Marinelli – additional recording
  • Jake Owen – additional recording
  • Homer Steinweiss – horns recording
  • Jamie Landry – mixing
  • Tom Schick – recording, mixing
  • Greg Calbi, Steve Fallone – mastering
  • Samuel Wahl – musical assistant
  • John Muller, Joey Wunsch – musical assistants
  • James Yost – musical assistant
  • Frank Harkins – art direction, design
  • Diane Russo – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Norah Jones, except where noted.

  1. How I Weep
  2. Flame Twin
  3. Hurts to Be Alone
  4. Heartbroken, Day After
  5. Say No More – Norah Jones, Sarah Oda
  6. This Life
  7. To Live
  8. I’m Alive – Norah Jones, Jeff Tweedy
  9. Were You Watching? – Norah Jones, Emily Fiskio
  10. Stumble on My Way
  11. Heaven Above – Norah Jones, Jeff Tweedy

On March 5, 2013.

On March 5, 2013, “Idlewild” label released “Nanobots”, the sixteenth They Might Be Giants studio album. It was recorded March – December 2012, at “Patrick Dillett’s studio in Manhattan, “Collyer Brothers Studio” in Brooklyn, “The Governor’s Bluff” in Sullivan County, and was produced by Patrick Dillett.

Personnel:

  • John Linnell – vocals, accordion, keyboards, bass clarinet, contra-alto clarinet, saxophones, programming
  • John Flansburgh – vocals, guitar, keyboards, programming
  • Dan Miller – guitar, piano
  • Danny Weinkauf – bass guitar
  • Marty Beller – drums
  • Stan Harrison – saxophones, clarinets, flute
  • Jon Graboff – mandolin
  • Chris Thompson – vibraphone
  • Jedediah Parish – vocals
  • Robin Goldwasser – vocals
  • Jon Altschuler – engineer
  • Paul Sahre – design
  • Sam Weber – artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by John Linnell and John Flansburgh.

  1. You’re on Fire
  2. Nanobots
  3. Black Ops
  4. Lost My Mind
  5. Circular Karate Chop
  6. Call Your Mom
  7. Tesla
  8. Sleep
  9. Stone Cold Coup d’Etat
  10. Sometimes a Lonely Eay
  11. Destroy the Past
  12. 9 Secret Steps
  13. Hive Mind
  14. Decision Makers
  15. Nouns
  16. There
  17. Insect Hospital
  18. Tick
  19. Replicant
  20. The Darlings of Lumberland
  21. Great
  22. Stuff Is Way
  23. Icky
  24. Too Tall Girl
  25. Didn’t Kill Me

On February 26, 2016.

On February 26, 2016, “Real World Records” label released “The Gloaming 2”, the second Gloaming studio album. It was recorded in December 2015, and was produced by Thomas Bartlett.

Personnel:

  • Iarla Ó Lionáird – vocals
  • Thomas Bartlett – piano
  • Dennis Cahill – guitar
  • Martin Hayes – fiddle
  • Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh – Hardanger d’Amore
  • Patrick Dillett – mixing, engineering
  • Patrick Phillips – assistant engineering
  • UE Nastasi – mastering
  • Marc Bessant – design
  • Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison – cover art
  • Rich Gilligan – photography

Track listing:

  1. The Pilgrim’s Song – Seán Ó Ríordáin, Iarla Ó Lionáird, Thomas Bartlett, Dennis Cahill, Martin Hayes, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh
  2. Fáinleog (Wanderer) (The Wanderer/Fáinleog/The Holly Bush) – traditional, arranged by Iarla Ó Lionáird, Thomas Bartlett, Dennis Cahill, Martin Hayes, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh
  3. The Hare (The Hare and the Corn) – traditional, arranged by Iarla Ó Lionáird, Thomas Bartlett, Dennis Cahill, Martin Hayes, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh
  4. Oisin’s Song – traditional, arranged by Iarla Ó Lionáird, Thomas Bartlett, Dennis Cahill, Martin Hayes, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh
  5. The Booley House (The Booley House/Lad O’Beirne’s Favourite) – traditional, arranged by Iarla Ó Lionáird, Thomas Bartlett, Dennis Cahill, Martin Hayes, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh
  6. Repeal the Union – traditional, arranged by Iarla Ó Lionáird, Thomas Bartlett, Dennis Cahill, Martin Hayes, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh
  7. Casadh an tSúgáin – traditional, arranged by Iarla Ó Lionáird, Thomas Bartlett, Dennis Cahill, Martin Hayes, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh
  8. The Rolling Wave (The Rolling Wave/Music in the Glen) – traditional, arranged by Iarla Ó Lionáird, Thomas Bartlett, Dennis Cahill, Martin Hayes, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh
  9. Cucanandy (Páidín Ó Raifeartaigh) – traditional, arranged by Iarla Ó Lionáird, Thomas Bartlett, Dennis Cahill, Martin Hayes, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh
  10. Mrs Dwyer (Mrs Dwyer/Dick Gosgrove’s) – traditional, arranged by Iarla Ó Lionáird, Thomas Bartlett, Dennis Cahill, Martin Hayes, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh
  11. Slán le Máighe – traditional, arranged by Iarla Ó Lionáird, Thomas Bartlett, Dennis Cahill, Martin Hayes, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh
  12. The Old Favourite – traditional, arranged by Iarla Ó Lionáird, Thomas Bartlett, Dennis Cahill, Martin Hayes, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh

On October 21, 1991.

On October 21, 1991, “Virgin” label released “Heartbeat”, the ninth Ryuichi Sakamoto studio album. It was recorded in 1991, and was produced by Ryuichi Sakamoto, David Sylvian, and Satoshi Tomiie.

Personnel:

  • Ryuichi Sakamoto – lead vocals, keyboards, piano
  • John Cage – voice
  • David Sylvian – vocals
  •  Arto Lindsay – vocals
  • Houria Aichi – vocals
  • Youssou N’Dour – vocals
  • Ingrid Chavez – vocals
  • Marco Prince – vocals
  • Dee Dee Brave – vocals
  • Bill Frisell – guitar
  • Steven Bernstein – trumpet
  • Satoshi Tomiie – percussion
  • Magic Dick – harmonica
  • John Lurie – sax
  • Debra Barsha – backing vocals
  • Lolly Grodner – engineer
  • Patrick Dillett – engineer
  • Yoshifumi Iio – engineer
  • Jungle DJ Towa Towa – co-producer
  • Axel Niehaus – assistant engineer
  • Fernando Aponte – assistant engineer
  • Jim Caruana – assistant engineer
  • Koichiro Nagao – assistant engineer
  • Wes Naprstek – assistant engineer

Track listing:

  1. Heartbeat – Ryuichi Sakamoto, Satoshi Tomiie, Jeffrey Cohen
  2. Rap the World – Ryuichi Sakamoto, Jungle DJ Towa Towa, Super DJ Dmitry
  3. Triste – Ryuichi Sakamoto, FFF, Marco Prince
  4. Lulu – Ryuichi Sakamoto
  5. High Tide – Ryuichi Sakamoto
  6. Song Lines – Ryuichi Sakamoto
  7. Nuages – traditional
  8. Sayonara – Ryuichi Sakamoto
  9. Borom Gal – Ryuichi Sakamoto
  10. Epilogue – Ryuichi Sakamoto
  11. Tainai Kaiki II – Ryuichi Sakamoto, Art Lindsay

Ob May 25, 1993.

On May 25, 1993, “WEA” label released “Dreamland”, the fifth Aztec Camera studio album. It was recorded in 1992, and was produced by Ryuichi Sakamoto and Roddy Frame.

Personnel:

  • Roddy Frame– vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Ryuichi Sakamoto
  • Rosie Ania
  • Victor Bailey
  • Steve Bernstein
  • Barry Finclair
  • Romero Lubambo
  • Sylvia Mason-James
  • David Palmer
  • Paul Powell
  • Gary Sanctuary
  • Vivian Saunders
  • Steve Sidelnyk
  • Gary Tibbs
  • Naná Vasconcelos
  • Lolly Grodner, Patrick Dillett, Paul Gomersall – engineer
  • Danton Supple, Hoover Le, Jim Caruana, Tim Leitner – engineer assistant
  • Julian Mendelsohn – mixing
  • Zana – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Roddy Frame.

  1. Birds
  2. Safe in Sorrow
  3. Black Lucia
  4. Let Your Love Decide
  5. Spanish Horses
  6. Dream Sweet Dreams
  7. Pianos and Clocks
  8. Sister Ann
  9. Vertigo
  10. Valium Summer
  11. The Belle of the Ball

On April 12, 2019.

On April 12, 2019, “Blue Note” label released “Begin Again”, the seventh Norah Jones studio album. It was recorded 2018 – 2019, and was produced by Thomas Bartlett, Jeff Tweedy and Norah Jones.

Personnel:

  • Norah Jones – vocals, celeste, drums, Fender rhodes, acoustic guitar, organ, piano
  • Thomas Bartlett – piano, keyboards, synthesizer, drum programming, engineer
  • Jeff Tweedy – bass, acoustic and electric guitar
  • Pete Remm – Hammond organ
  • Christopher Thomas – bass
  • Spencer Tweedy – drums
  • Brian Blade – drums
  • Dave Guy – trumpet
  • Leon Michels – tenor saxophone
  • Homer Steinweiss – horn engineer
  • Patrick Dillett – engineer, mixing
  • Tom Schick – engineer, mixing
  • Andy Taub – engineer
  • Jens Jungkurth – engineer
  • Brandon Bost – mixing
  • Tom Elmhirst – mixing
  • Chris Gehringer – mastering
  • Frank Harkins – art direction, design
  • Clay Patrick McBride – photography

Tracks listing:

  1. My Heart Is Full – Norah Jones, Thomas Bartlett
  2. Begin Again – Norah Jones, Emily Frisco
  3. It Was You – Norah Jones
  4. A Song with No Name – Norah Jones, Jeff Tweedy
  5. Uh Oh – Norah Jones, Thomas Bartlett
  6. Wintertime – Norah Jones, Jeff Tweedy
  7. Just a Little Bit – Norah Jones, Sarah Oda, Brian Blade, Christopher Thomas Jones

 

 

 

 

On January 18, 1991.

On January 18, 1991, “Elektra” label released “Lust”, the third Ambitious Lovers album. It was recorded in 1991 at “Skyline Studio”, “Creative Audio Recording Services”, “Power Station” and “Platinum Island” in New York City, and was produced by Peter Scherer.

Personnel:

  • Arto Lindsay– vocals, guitar
  • Marc Ribot– guitar
  • Naná Vasconcelos– percussion
  • Peter Scherer – keyboards, synthesizer bass, sampling
  • K. Dyson – backing vocals
  • Melvin Gibbs– bass guitar
  • Tony Lewis – drums
  • Jason Baker – recording
  • Paul Angelli – assistant engineering
  • Scott Ansell – additional recording
  • Patrick Dillett – assistant engineering
  • Bil Emmons – assistant engineering
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering
  • Francis Manzella – additional recording
  • Katherine Miller – assistant engineering
  • Roger Moutenot – mixing, assistant recording
  • David Schiffman – assistant engineering
  • Norika Sora – illustrations
  • Tomoyo Tanaka – art direction
  • Anthony Lee – art direction
  • Josef Astor – photography
  • Masashi Kuwamoto – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Arto Lindsay and Peter Scherer, except where noted.

  1. Lust
  2. It’s Gonna Rain
  3. Tuck it in
  4. Ponta de Lança Africano (Umbabarauma)
  5. Monster
  6. Villain – Caetano Veloso
  7. Half Out of It
  8. Slippery
  9. Make it Easy
  10. More Light
  11. É Preciso Perdoar – Coqueijo, Luz

On September 10, 2012.

On September 10, 2012, “4AD” label released “Love This Giant”, studio album by David Byrne and St. Vincent. It was recorded 2009 – 2012, at “Water Music Studio” in Hoboken, New Jersey, and “Patrick Dillett’s Studio” in New York City, and was produced by David Byrne, Annie Clark, John Congleton, and Patrick Dillett.

Personnel:

  • David Byrne- guitar,  vocals,  percussion programming; Omnichord
  • Vincent– guitar, vocals, production; synth bass; piano
  • Jacquelyn Adams, Eric Davis, Lawrence Di Bello, Rachel Drehmann, J. Kelly, Chris Komer – French horn
  • Randy Andos – tuba
  • Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra
  • Stuart D. Bogie, Ron Blake, Martín Perna, Cochemea Gastelum , Jack Bashkow, Stan Harriison, Bob Magnuson, Ian Hendrickson-Smith, Steve Elson, Alex Foster, Patrick Milando, Jonathan Powell, Tom Timko – saxophone
  • Jordan McLean, Josh Frank, Earl Gardner, Mike Gurfield, Ravi Best, David Guy, Dominic Derasse, Gareth Flowers, Kelly Pratt– trumpet
  • Jeff Caswell – bass trombone
  • John Congleton– drum programming; synth
  • The Dap-Kings
  • Kenneth Finn, Tom Hutchinson– euphonium
  • Paul Frazier – bass guitar
  • William Lang, Aaron Johnson, Ryan Keberle, Brian Mahany, Ozzie Melendez, Mike Seltzer, Steve Turre, Michael Williams– trombone
  • Anthony LaMarca– drums
  • Lenny Pickett– saxophone, brass arrangement
  • Mauro Refosco– snare drum, timpani
  • Marcus Rojas, Kyle Turner, Bob Stewart– tuba
  • Evan Smith – clarinet, flute
  • Jon Altschuler – engineering
  • Greg Calbi– mastering
  • Patrick Dillett– mixing, drum programming
  • Tony Finno, Ken Thompson – brass arrangements
  • Yuki Takahashi – engineering
  • Gabe Bartalos – prosthetics
  • Richard Burbridge – cover photo
  • Catalina Kulczar, Juan Marin, LeeAnn Rossi – art
  • Steve Powers – type design
  • Noah Wall – package design, art

Track listing:

All tracks by David Byrne and Annie Clark, except where noted

  1. Who
  2. Weekend in the Dust
  3. Dinner for Two
  4. Ice Age – Annie Clark
  5. I Am an Ape
  6. The Forest Awakes – David Byrne, Annie Clark, Walt Whitman
  7. I Should Watch TV
  8. Lazarus
  9. Optimist
  10. Lightning
  11. The One Who Broke Your Heart
  12. Outside of Space & Time – David Byrne

 

On August 18, 2008.

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On August 18, 2008, “Todo Mundo” label released “Everything That Happens Will Happen Today”, the second album made in collaboration between  David  Byrne and Brian Eno. It was recorded by Brian Eno in his London home studio through 2006, finished by David Byrne and Leo Abrahams in their New  York  City and London home studios through 2008; additional instrumentation recorded at “Cafe Music Studios” and “Harder Sound” in New York City. The physical releases of the album came with graphics and packaging designed by  Stefan  Sagmeister, with Richard The, Joe Shouldice, and Jared Stone; illustration by Stephan Walter; and production by Gamil Design. At the 51st “Annual Grammy Awards” in February 2009, Stefan Sagmeister won the award for “Best Recording Package”

Personnel:

  • Leo Abrahams– guitars, percussion, piano, hurdy-gurdy, bass  guitar, Dubreq Stylophone, programming, glockenspiel
  • David Byrne– vocals, guitars
  • Brian Eno– bass guitar, vocals, backing vocals,  electric drums,  Kaoss Pad, keyboards, guitars, , brass, backing vocals, traps, keyboards
  • Seb Rochford– live drums
  • Steve Jones– guitars
  • Tim Harries– bass
  • Phil Manzanera– guitar
  • Barry Danielian – brass
  • Dan Levine – brass and arrangement
  • Dave Mann – brass
  • Paul Shapiro– brass
  • Mauro Refosco– murky pandeiro, cricket shaker, reco reco, peddler’s rattle bongo, conga, tambourine, zabumba, cahon, tamborim, shaker
  • Robert Wyatt– frame drum
  • Jarvis Cocker– guitar
  • Melanie Hall QC – backing vocals
  • Darla Eno – vocals
  • Irial Eno – vocals
  • Greg Calbi– mastering
  • Patrick Dillett – mixing, live brass and percussion recording
  • Robert Harder – live drum recording
  • Cherif Hashizume – live drum recording
  • Sagmeister, Inc.– design
  • Stephan Walter – illustration

Track listing:

All lyrics written by David Byrne; all music by Byrne (vocals) and Brian Eno (instrumentation), except “Strange Overtones” co-written byLeo Abrahams.

  1. Home
  2. My Big Nurse
  3. I Feel My Stuff
  4. Everything That Happens
  5. Life Is Long
  6. The River
  7. Strange Overtones
  8. Wanted for Life
  9. One Fine Day
  10. Poor Boy
  11. The Lighthouse

 

On March 16, 2004.

 

David Byrne Grown Backwards

On March 16, 2004, “Nonesuch” label released “Grown Backwards”, the sixth David Byrne album. It was recorded in 2003, at  “Kampo Studios”, “Loveshack Studio”, “Avatar”, “Skyline”, “RPM Studio”, “Sound on Sound” in New York, “Tequila Mockingbird” in Austin, “CaVa Sound Workshops” in Glasgow, “Cheeba Central” in London, and was produced by David Byrne and Patrick Dillett.

Personnel:

  • David Byrne –vocals, nylon-string guitar, electric guitar, dobro. Rhodes, programming
  • David Hilliard– hi-hat
  • Mauro Refosco– marimba, percussion
  • Jane Scarpantoni– cello
  • Elaine Barber– harp
  • Paul Frazier– bass guitar
  • Mike Maddox– accordion
  • Freddie Mendoza– trombone, euphonium
  • John Mills– clarinet, bass clarinet, flute
  • The Tosca Strings:
  • Ames Asbell– viola
  • Jamie Desautels– violin
  • Douglas Harvey –cello
  • Leigh Mahoney– violin
  • Sara Nelson– cello
  • Tracy Seeger– violin
  • Stephen Barber– prepared piano
  • Tom Burritt– marimba, tympani
  • Pamelia Kurstin– theremin
  • Rufus Wainwright– vocals
  • Ray Anderson– trombone
  • Alex Foster– tenor saxophone
  • Earl Gardner– trumpet
  • Vincent Herring– alto saxophone
  • Karen Mantler– organ
  • Keith O’Quinn– trombone
  • Bob Routch– French horn
  • Gary Smulyan– baritone saxophone
  • Lew Soloff– trumpet
  • Bob Stewart– tuba
  • Steve Swallow– bass guitar
  • Lisa Aferiat– violin
  • Georgia Boyd– viola
  • Barry Burns– spacey guitar, Rhodes
  • Donald Gillan– cello
  • Robert Irvine– cello
  • Greg Lawson– violin
  • Una McGlone– bass
  • Johnny Quinn– drum kit
  • Fiona Stephen– violin
  • Joe Cooper– percussion
  • Paul Godfrey– sequencing
  • Ross Godfrey– keyboards
  • Andy Waterworth– bass guitar
  • Jon Blondell– trombone
  • Steve Williams– drum kit
  • Jon Spurney – keyboards
  • Kenny Wollesen– drum kit
  • Jon Blondell – trombone
  • Kenny Wollesen – drum kit
  • Alan Ford– vacuum cleaner
  • Pamelia Kurstin –theremin
  • David Creswell– viola
  • Katherine Fong– violin
  • Soo Hyun Kwon– violin
  • Dawn Hannay– viola
  • Philip Myers– French horn
  • Mark Nuccio– clarinet
  • Sandra Park– violin
  • John Patitucci– bass guitar
  • Alan Stepansky– cellos
  • Jeremy Turner– cellos
  • Jon Vercesi– Rhodes
  • Shelly Woodworth– oboe, English horn
  • Sharon Yamada– violin
  • Patrick Dillett– background vocals

Track listing,

All tracks by David Byrne, except where noted.

  1. Glass, Concrete & Stone
  2. The Man Who Loved Beer – Donald Charles Book, Kurt Wagner
  3. Au fond du Temple Saint Georges Bizet,Eugène Cormon, Michel Carré
  4. Empire
  5. Tiny Apocalypse
  6. She Only Sleeps
  7. Dialog Box
  8. The Other Side of this Life
  9. Why
  10. Pirates
  11. Civilization
  12. Astronaut
  13. Glad
  14. Un Dì, Felice, Eterea – Giuseppe Verdi
  15. Lazy – David Byrne/X-Press 2