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On January 26, 1988.

On January 26, 1988, “Warner Bros” label released “Skyscraper”, the second David Lee Roth studio album. It was recorded in 1987, at “Capitol Studios” in Hollywood, “Stucco Blue Studios” in Sylmar, “Smoketree Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by David Lee Roth and Steve Vai.

Personnel:

  • David Lee Roth – vocals, concept, cover design
  • Steve Vai – guitar, horn, engineer
  • Billy Sheehan – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Gregg Bissonette – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Brett Tuggle – keyboards, programming, backing vocals
  • Gary Falcone – backing vocals
  • Joe Pizzulo – backing vocals
  • Tommy Funderburk – backing vocals
  • Tom Kelly – backing vocals
  • John Batdorf – backing vocals
  • Magic Moreno – backing vocals
  • Dr. Funk, PhD – bass synthesizer
  • Todd Grace, Richie Raposa – programming, keyboard programming
  • Magic Moreno – engineer, mixing
  • Gary Wagner – engineer
  • Doug Parry – engineer
  • Paul Levy – engineer
  • Steve Holroyd – engineer
  • Marnie Riley – engineer
  • Stephen Shelton – engineer
  • Bob Cats – mixing
  • Bernie Grundman – mastering
  • Pete Angelus – concept, cover design
  • Vigon Seireeni – artwork
  • Gina Vivona – artwork
  • Galen Rowell – photography
  • Eddie Anderson – personal assistant

Track listing:

All tracks by David Lee Roth and Steve Vai, except where noted.

  1. Knucklebones – Gregg Bissonette, Matt Bissonette, David Lee Roth
  2. Just Like Paradise – David Lee Roth, Brett Tuggle
  3. The Bottom Line
  4. Skyscraper
  5. Damn Good
  6. \Hot Dog and a Shake
  7. Stand Up – David Lee Roth, Brett Tuggle
  8. Hina
  9. Perfect Timing – David Lee Roth, Brett Tuggle
  10. Two Fools a Minute

On January 26, 1979.

On January 26, 1979, “Gordy” label released “Bustin’ Out of L Seven”, the second Rick James album. It was recorded in 1978, at “Sigma Sound Recording Studio” in New York City, “Magic Wand Recording Studio” in Hollywood, and was produced by Rick James and Art Stewart.

Personnel:

  • Rick James – vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion
  • Oscar Alston – bass
  • Richard Shaw – bass
  • Levi Ruffin – synthesizer, percussion
  • Clarence Sims – keyboards, percussion
  • Bobby Nunn – keyboards
  • Freddie Rappilo – guitar
  • Wally Ali – guitar
  • Dorothy Ashby – harp
  • Ernie Fields, Jr. – saxophone
  • Michael Brecker – saxophone
  • Fernando Harkness – tenor saxophone
  • Garnett Brown – trombone
  • Oscar Brashear – trombone
  • George Bohanon – trombone
  • Wayne Jackson – trumpet
  • Randy Brecker – trumpet
  • Fred Jackson, Jr. – alto saxophone, alto flute
  • Al Szymanski – guitar
  • Lanise Hughes – drums, percussion
  • Lorenzo Shaw – drums, percussion
  • Jackie Ruffin – percussion
  • Shondra Akiem – percussion
  • Teena Marie – background vocals
  • Julia Tillman Waters – background vocals
  • Bobby Nunn, Billy Nunn, Sascha Meeks, Richard Shaw, Jackie Ruffin – background vocals
  • Maxine Willard Waters – background vocals
  • Clydene Jackson – background vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Rick James.

  1. Bustin’ Out (On Funk)
  2. High on Your Love Suite/One Mo Hit (Of Your Love)
  3. Love Interlude
  4. Spacey Love
  5. Cop N Blow
  6. Jefferson Ball
  7. Fool on the Street

On January 26, 1979.

On January 26, 1979, “Chrysalis” label released “Valley of the Dolls”, the second Generation X studio album. It was recorded in 1978, at “Wessex Sound Studios” in London, and was produced by Ian Hunter.

Personnel:

  • Billy Idol − vocals
  • Tony James − bass
  • Bob “Derwood” Andrews − guitar
  • Mark Laff − drums
  • Clive Bunker – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Billy Idol and Tony James, except where noted.

  1. Running with the Boss Sound – Billy Idol, Tony James, Bob Andrews
  2. Night of the Cadillacs
  3. Paradise West
  4. Friday’s Angels
  5. King Rocker
  6. Valley of the Dolls
  7. English Dream
  8. Love Like Fire
  9. The Prime of Kenny Silvers (part one)
  10. The Prime of Kenny Silvers (part two)

on january 26, 2010.

On January 26, 2010, “Secret City Records” label released “Heart of My Own”, the second Basia Bulat studio album. It was recorded in 2009, and was produced by Howard Bilerman and Basia Bulat.

Personnel:

  • Basia Bulat – lead and backing vocals, guitar, bass, ukulele, autoharp, keyboards, design
  • Tim Kingsbury – guitar, bass guitar
  • Eric Démoré – piano , organ, harmonium, accordion
  • Erik Arnesen – banjo, backing vocals
  • Sebastian Ostertag – cello
  • Jessica Moss – violin
  • Ellie Nimeroski – violin
  • Allison Stewart – viola, backing vocals
  • Jen Reimer – French horn
  • Brian Lipson – trumpet
  • Miles Perkin – upright bass
  • Thierry Amar – upright bass, recording
  • Bobby Bulat – percussion, photography
  • Holly Coish – backing vocals
  • Madisyn Whajne – backing vocals
  • Michael Javorski – backing vocals
  • Jenna Marie Wakani – backing vocals
  • Howard Bilerman – recording, mixing
  • Harris Newman – mastering
  • Brian Kelly – layout

Track listing:

All tracks by Basia Bulat.

  1. Go On
  2. Run
  3. Sugar and Spice
  4. Gold Rush
  5. Heart of My Own
  6. Sparrow
  7. If Only You
  8. I’m Forgetting Everyone
  9. The Shore
  10. Once More, for the Dollhouse
  11. Walk You Down
  12. If It Rains
  13. Hush (bonus track)

On January 24, 1972.

On January 24, 1972, “Columbia” label released the self-titled, second Paul Simon album. It was recorded January – March 1971, at “CBS Studios” in san Francisco, “CBS Studios” in Los Angeles, “CBS Studios” in New York City, “Western Recorders” in Los Angeles, “Dynamic Sound Studios”, “Kingston Studio CBE” in Paris, and was produced by Paul Simon and Roy Halee.

Personnel:

  • Paul Simon – vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion,  arranger
  • Stéphane Grappelli – violin
  • Lynford “Hux” Brown – lead guitar
  • David Spinozza – acoustic guitar
  • Wallace Wilson – rhythm guitar 
  • Stefan Grossman – bottleneck guitar 
  • Jerry Hahn – electric guitar
  • Neville Hinds – Hammond organ 
  • Larry Knechtel – piano, Wurlitzer electric piano, harmonium, Hammond organ
  • Fred Lipsius – alto saxophone
  • John Schroer – tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone
  • Steven Turre – trombone
  • Los Incas – flute, charango, percussion
  • Mike Mainieri – vibes 
  • Charlie McCoy – bass harmonica
  • Jackie Jackson – bass guitar
  • Joe Osborn – bass guitar
  • Ron Carter – double bass
  • Russell George – bass guitar
  • Hal Blaine – drums
  • Winston Grennan – drums
  • Denzil Laing – percussion
  • Victor Montanez – congas 
  • Airto Moreira – percussion
  • Cissy Houston, Von Eva Sims, Renelle Stafford and Deirdre Tuck – backing vocals
  • Roy Halee – engineer
  • Bernard Estardy – additional engineer
  • Phil Ramone – engineer
  • John Berg, Ron Coro – design
  • P.A. Harper – photography
  • Leslie Kong – contractor

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Simon, except where noted. 

  1. Mother and Child Reunion
  2. Duncan
  3. Everything Put Together Falls Apart
  4. Run That Body Down
  5. Armistice Day
  6. Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard
  7. Peace Like a River
  8. Papa Hobo
  9. Hobo’s Blues – Paul Simon, Stéphane Grappelli
  10. Paranoia Blues
  11. Congratulations

On January 21, 2017.

On January 20, 2017, “Secretly Canadian” label released “Apocalipstick”, the second Cherry Glazerr studio album. It was recorded in 2016, at “Sunset Sound”, “Music Friends” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Joe Chiccarelli and Carlos de la Garza.

Track listing:

  • Clementine Creevy – vocals, guitar
  • Sasami Ashworth – vocals, keyboards
  • Sean Redman – bass
  • Tabor Allen – drums, percussion
  • Malachi Ward – artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by Clementine Creevy and Sean Redman.

  1. Told You I’d Be with the Guys
  2. Trash People
  3. Moon Dust
  4. Humble Pro
  5. Nuclear Bomb
  6. Only Kid in the Block
  7. Lucid Dreams
  8. Sip O’ Poison
  9. Nurse Ratched
  10. Instagratification
  11. Apocalipstick

In January 1968.

In January 1968, “Verve” label released “Something Else Again”, the second Richie Havens album. It was recorded in September 1967, and was produced by John Court.

Personnel:

  • Richie Havens – vocals, guitar, sitar, tamboura
  • Warren Bernhardt – organ, piano, clavinet
  • Adrian Guillery – guitar
  • Paul “Dino” Williams – guitar, chant
  • Denny Gerrard – bass
  • Don Payne – bass
  • Eddie Gómez – double bass
  • Daniel Ben Zebulon – conga, drums, chant
  • Donald MacDonald – drums
  • Skip Prokop – drums
  • Val Valentin – engineering director
  • Jerry Schoenbaum – production supervision

Track listing:

  1. No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed – Richie Havens
  2. Inside of Him – Richie Havens
  3. The Klan – Alan Arkin, David Arkin
  4. Sugarplums – Richie Havens
  5. Don’t Listen to Me – Richie Havens
  6. From the Prison – Jerry Merrick
  7. Maggie’s Farm – Bob Dylan
  8. Something Else Again – Richie Havens
  9. New City – Richie Havens, John Court
  10. Run, Shaker Life – Richie Havens, Joe Price, Mark Roth

On January 16, 1990.

On January 16, 1990, “Columbia” label released “Pale”, the second Toad the Wet Sprocket album. It was recorded in 1989, at “Paul & Mike’s recording Studio” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Marvin Etzioni.

  • Todd Nichols – guitar
  • Glen Phillips – vocals, guitar
  • Dean Dinning – bass
  • Randy Guss – drums
  • David Mitson – engineer
  • Joe Gastwirt – engineer
  • Paul Dugré – engineer, mixing
  • Brian Gardner – mastering
  • Mary Maurer – art direction
  • Nancy Donald – art direction
  • Alan Messer – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Glen Phillips, Todd Nichols, Dean Dinning, and Randy Guss.

  1. Torn
  2. Come Back Down
  3. Don’t Go Away
  4. High on a Riverbed
  5. I Think About
  6. Corporal Brown
  7. Jam
  8. Chile
  9. Liars Everywhere
  10. Nothing Is Alone
  11. She Cried

On january 11, 2014.

On January 11, 2012, “4AD” label released “Future This”, the second The Big Pink studio album. It was recorded in 2011, and was produced by Paul Epworth.

Personnel:

  • Milo Cordell – performer
  • Robbie Furze – performer
  • Victoria Smith – performer, drums
  • Ian Burdge – cello
  • Jimmy Robertson – additional vocals
  • Sally Herbert – additional string arrangements, violin 
  • Zan Lyons – additional viola, performer, programming
  • Chris Prendergast – drums 
  • Tom Morris – additional drums
  • Mark Rankin – engineer
  • Joe Hartwell Jones – assistant engineer
  • Alan Moulder – mixing
  • John Catlin – mixing assistant
  • Alison Fielding – design
  • Tom Beard – band photograph
  • David Emery – other photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Milo Cordell and Robbie Furze, except where noted.

  1. Stay Gold – Paul Epworth
  2. Hit the Ground (Superman) – Paul Epworth, Laurie Anderson
  3. Give It Up – Paul Epworth, Earl Randle
  4. The Palace – Paul Epworth
  5. 1313
  6. Rubbernecking – Paul Epworth
  7. Jump Music
  8. Lose Your Mind
  9. Future This – Daniel O’Sullivan
  10. 77

“Lose Your Mind” contains a sample from Siouxsie and the Banshees’ 1980 song “Happy House”

“Hit the Ground (Superman)” contains a sample from The Documentary 2005 song “Westside Story” by rappers The Game and 50 Cent and from “O Superman” by Laurie Anderson

On January 9, 1967.

On January 9, 1967, “Atlantic” label released “Collections”, the second Young Rascals album. It was recorded May – December 1966, and was produced by Felix Cavaliere, Eddie Brigati, Gene Cornish, and Dino Danelli.

Personnel:

  • Felix Cavaliere – vocals, organ, piano
  • Gene Cornish – vocals, guitar, bass
  • Eddie Brigati – vocals, percussion
  • Dino Danelli – drums

Track listing:

  1. What Is the Reason – Felix Cavaliere, Eddie Brigati
  2. Since I Fell for You – Buddy Johnson
  3. (I’ve Been) Lonely Too Long – Felix Cavaliere
  4. No Love to Give – Gene Cornish
  5. Mickey’s Monkey – Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland / Turn On Your Love Light – Deadric Malone, Joseph Scott
  6. Come On Up – Felix Cavaliere
  7. Too Many Fish in the Sea – Eddie Holland, Norman Whitfield
  8. More – Riz Ortolani, Nino Oliviero, Norman Newell, Marcello Ciorciolini
  9. Nineteen Fifty-Six – Gene Cornish
  10. Love Is a Beautiful Thing – Felix Cavaliere, Eddie Brigati
  11. Land of a Thousand Dances – Chris Kenner