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September 19, 2011.

On September 19, 2011, “W14/Proper Records” labels released “An Appointment with Mr. Yeats”, the tenth Waterboys (The) studio album. It was recorded in 2011, in London and Dublin, and was produced by Mike Scott and Marc Aciero.

Personnel:

  • Mike Scott – vocals, 6 and 12-string acoustic and electric guitars, keyboards organ, flute organ, Mellotron, synthesizers, 8-string bouzouki, percussion, programming, effects, treatments
  • James Hallawell – keyboards (including Hammond organ, Nord organs, piano, synthesizers
  • Marc Arciero – bass guitar
  • Ralph Salmins – drums, tambourine
  • Joe Chester – guitars, harmonium, additional vocals
  • Steve Wickham – fiddles, “white birds”
  • Kate St. John – saxophone, oboe, Cor Anglais
  • Blaise Margail – trombone
  • Sarah Allen – flute
  • Katie Kim – vocals
  • Freddie Stevenson – vocals

Track listing:

  1. The Hosting of the Shee
  2. Song of Wandering Aengus
  3. News for the Delphic Oracle
  4. A Full Moon in March
  5. Sweet Dancer
  6. White Birds
  7. The Lake Isle of Innisfree
  8. Mad As the Mist and Snow
  9. Before the World Was Made
  10. September 1913
  11. An Irish Airman Foresees His Death
  12. Politics
  13. Let the Earth Bear Witness
  14. The Faery’s Last Song

On September 19, 2020.

On September 19, 2020, Lee Kerslake died aged 73. He was musician (drums, percussion, keyboards, trumpet, kazoo, vocal), recorded and performed with The Gods, Head Machine, Toe Fat, National Head Band, Ken Hensley, David Byron, Living Loud, Ozzy Osborne, but was best known as drummer of Uriah Heep. With Swedish singer Stefan Berggren he formed Berggren Kerslake Band. The band released the EP “Walk Tall” (2013), and the album “The Sun Gas Gone Hazzy” (2014).  

On September 19, 2006.

On September 19, 2006, “Smog Veil” label released “Why I Hate Women”, the thirteenth Pere Ubu album. It was recorded in 2006 and was produced by David Thomas.

Personnel:

  • David Thomas- vocals
  • Keith Moliné- guitar, bass, backing vocals
  • Robert Wheeler – EML synthesizer, theremin
  • Michele Temple – lead vocals, bass
  • Steve Mehlman – drums, clave
  • Rodolphe Burger – stylophone
  • Robert Kidney – lead guitar
  • Jack Kidney – harp, tenor saxophone
  • Andy Diagram- trumpet

Track listing:

  1. Two Girls (One Bar)
  2. Babylonian Warehouses
  3. Blue Velvet
  4. Caroleen
  5. Flames Over Nebraska
  6. Love Song
  7. Mona
  8. My Boyfriend’s Back
  9. Stolen Cadillac
  10. Synth Farm
  11. Texas Overture

On September 19, 2005.

On September 19, 2005, “Sony BMG” label released “And the Glass Handed Kites”, the fourth Mew studio album. It was recorded 2004 – 2005, at Michael Beinhorn’s place in Venice Beach, California, “Mox Studios” in Copenhagen, Denmark, and was produced by Michael Beinhorn.

Personnel:

  • Jonas Bjerre– vocals, electric guitars, piano, harmonium, synthesizers
  • Bo Madsen– electric guitars
  • Johan Wohlert– bass, guitars
  • Silas Utke Graae Jørgensen – drums, percussion
  • Lasse Mauritzen – french horn
  • J Mascis– additional vocals, additional background vocals
  • Bo Rande – flugelhorn, trumpet
  • Rebecca Stark – soprano vocals
  • Damon Tutunjian – additional guitar
  • Boys’ choir
    • Mathias Aagaard Christensen
    • Frederik Peter Jakobsen
    • Niklas Emil De Fries
    • Frederik Stadager Larsen
  • Michael Beinhorn– engineer
  • Mads Nørgård – engineer
  • Felipe Tichauer – engineer
  • Frank Filipetti– engineer
  • Kevin Bacon– mixing
  • Jonathan Quarmby– mixing
  • George Marino– mastering
  • M/M Paris- art direction, design
  • Gaël Amzalag – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Jonas Bjerre, Bo Madsen, Johan Wohlert and Silas Utke Graae Jørgensen.

  1. Circuitry of the Wolf
  2. Chinaberry Tree
  3. Why Are You Looking Grave?
  4. Fox Club
  5. Apocalypso
  6. Special
  7. The Zookeeper’s Boy
  8. A Dark Design
  9. Saviours of Jazz Ballet – contains hidden instrumental Fear Me, December
  10. An Envoy to the Open Fields
  11. Small Ambulance
  12. The Seething Rain Weeps for You – contains hidden instrumental Uda Pruda
  13. White Lips Kissed
  14. Louise Louisa

On September 19, 1991.

On September 19, 1991, “Strata-East” label released “Steadfast”, the second John Hicks studio album. It was recorded in May 1975, in London.

Personnel:

  • John Hicks – piano
  • Ulrich Hofmann – design
  • Malcolm Addey – digital mastering
  • Duncan Stanbury – digital transfer
  • Manfred Rinderspacher – photography

Track listing:

  1. One for John Mixon – John Hicks
  2. Lush Life – Billy Strayhorn
  3. Pensativa – Clare Fischer
  4. Sophisticated Lady – Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, Mitchell Parish
  5. Hamp’s Dance – John Hicks
  6. My One and Only Love – R. Guy
  7. Steadfast – John Hicks
  8. Serenade – J. Walters
  9. Without a Song – Vincent Youmans
  10. In a Sentimental Mood – Duke Ellington, Manny Kurtz
  11. Soul Eyes – Mal Waldron
  12. A Nightingale Sang in Berkley Square – Eric Maschwitz, Manning Sherwin
  13. The Bright Eyes – John Hicks

On September 19, 2011.

On September 19, 2011, “Cape Road Recordings” label released “Grey Blue”, the second Mel Parsons studio album. It was recorded in 2011, and was produced by Mel Parsons and Jeremy Toy.

Personnel:

  • Mel Parsons – vocals, guitar
  • Jeremy Toy – guitar
  • Neil Watson – guitar
  • Alistair Deverick – drums
  • Paul Taylor – percussion
  • Bruce Lynch- double bass
  • Anika Moa- vocal harmony
  • Greg Johnson- vocal harmony
  • Anji Sami – vocal harmony
  • Don McGlashan- baritone horn, euphonium

Track listing:

All tracks by Mel Parsons, except where noted.

  1. In My heart
  2. I Won’t Let You Down
  3. I’ll Go – Mel Parsons, Jeremy Toy
  4. Bones
  5. Damage
  6. Saturday Night
  7. Springtime Sun
  8. Things Will Get Good
  9. True Story
  10. We Will Find Love Again
  11. End of the Day

On September 19, 2000.

On September 19, 2000, “World Circuit” label released “Chanchullo”, the third Rubén González studio album. It was recorded 1997 – 2000, at “Egrem” in Havana, Cuba, “Angel Recording Studios” in London, and was produced by Nick Gold.

Personnel:

  • Rubén González – piano
  • Orlando “Cachaíto” López– bass
  • Amadito Valdés– timbales
  • Miguel “Angá” Díaz– congas
  • Ángel Terry Domech – congas
  • Roberto García – bongos, cowbell, güiro
  • Alberto “Virgilio” Valdés – maracas
  • Alejandro Pichardo Pérez – güiro, claves
  • Manuel “Guajiro” Mirabal– trumpet
  • Jesús “Aguaje” Ramos– trombone
  • Richard Egües– flute
  • Joaquin Oliveiras – flute
  • Javier Zalba – baritone saxophone
  • Lázaro Ordóñez Enríquez – violin
  • Eliades Ochoa– guitar
  • Papi Oviedo– tres
  • Ry Cooder– tres
  • Joachim Cooder– drums
  • Ibrahim Ferrer– vocals
  • Cheikh Lô– vocals
  • Jesús “Aguaje” Ramos – chorus
  • Lázaro Villa – chorus
  • Jesús “Aguaje” Ramos – musical director
  • Jerry Boys – engineer, mixing, mastering
  • Tom Leader – mastering
  • Simon Burwell – assistant recording, mixing engineer
  • Julío Martínez Rodríguez – assistant recording engineer
  • Cristina Piza – cover photography
  • Christina Jaspars – other photography
  • Susan Titelman – other photography
  • David Burton – centre page photography
  • Rubén González – archive photography
  • Kathryn Samson – cover design
  • Sigfredo Ariel – research

Track listing:

  1. Chanchullo – Israel “Cachao” López
  2. De una manera espantosa – Arsenio Rodríguez
  3. La lluvia – Miguel “Angá” Díaz, Rubén González, Jesús “Aguaje” Ramos, Orlando “Cachaíto” López, Amadito Valdés
  4. Central Constancia – Enrique Jorrín
  5. Quizás, quizás, quizás – Osvaldo Farrés
  6. Choco’s Guajira – Alfredo “Chocolate” Armenteros
  7. Si te contara – Félix Reina
  8. El bodeguero – Richard Egües
  9. Isora Club – Coralia López
  10. Rico vacilón – Rosendo Ruiz Jr.
  11. Pa’ gozar – Arístides Soto

On September 19, 2008.

On September 19, 2008, “Modular” label released the self-titled, debut Ladyhawke album. It was recorded 2007 – 2008, and was produced by Michael Di Francesco, Jim Eliot, Pascal Gabriel, Paul Harris, Kid Gloves and Greg Kurstin.

Personnel:

  • Pip Brown– lead and backing vocals,  guitars, bass guitar, drums, synthesiser; keyboards; art direction, executive producer
  • Michael Di Francesco– bass guitar, synthesiser, engineer
  • Jim Eliot– keyboards, drums, engineer
  • Pascal Gabriel– piano, drums, keyboards, guitar, percussion,  bass synthesiser,  mixing
  • Alex Gray – keyboards; guitar, Rhodes piano, percussion
  • Greg Kurstin– keyboards, programming, engineer
  • Anu Pillai – bass guitar, keyboards, drums, programming
  • Leo Taylor, Peter Huntington– drums
  • Roy Kerr – drums, programming
  • Paul Harris – drums, keyboards, engineer
  • Hannah Robinson– backing vocals
  • Tom Elmhirst, Tony Hoffer– mixing
  • Antonio Feola, Kid Gloves – engineer
  • Jason Gossman – mixing assistant
  • Dan Parry – mixing assistant
  • Sarah Larnach – art direction, artwork

Track listing:

  1. .Magic – Phillipa Brown, Pascal Gabriel
  2. Manipulating Woman – Phillipa Brown, Roy Kerr, Anu Pillai
  3. My Delirium – Phillipa Brown, Pascal Gabriel, Alex Gray, Hannah Robinson
  4. Better Than Sunday – Phillipa Brown, Jim Elliot, Paul Harris
  5. Another Runaway – Phillipa Brown, Pascal Gabriel, Alex Gray
  6. Love Don’t Live Here – Phillipa Brown, Jim Elliot
  7. Back of the Van – Phillipa Brown, Michael Di Francesco
  8. Paris is Burning – Phillipa Brown, Roy Kerr, Anu Pillai
  9. Professional Suicide – Phillipa Brown, Greg Kurstin
  10. Dusk Till Down – Phillipa Brown, Pascal Gabriel, Alex Gray, Hannah Robinson
  11. Crazy World – Phillipa Brown, Jim Elliot
  12. Morning Dreams – Phillipa Brown, Pascal Gabriel

On September 19, 2006.

On September 19, 2006, “Verve” label released “From This Moment On”, the ninth Diana Krall studio album. It was recorded in 2006, at “Capitol Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Diana Krall and Tommy LiPuma.

Personnel:

  • Diana Krall– vocals, piano, arrangements
  • Anthony Wilson – acoustic and electric guitar
  • Gerald Clayton, Tamir Hendelman– piano
  • John Clayton– bass, arrangements, conducting
  • Jeff Hamilton– drums
  • Jeff Clayton– alto and soprano saxophone
  • Rickey Woodard – tenor saxophone
  • Gil Castellanos, Terell Stafford– trumpet
  • Ira Nepus – trombone
  • The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra
  • Rick Fernandez, Dan Johnson, Joe Napolitano, Bill Smith, Paul Smith – engineer assistant
  • Steve Genewick – Pro Toolsengineering, recording
  • Al Schmitt– recording, mixing
  • Doug Sax, Sangwook Nam – mastering
  • Hollis King – art direction
  • Coco Shinomiya – design
  • Sam Taylor-Wood– back cover photography
  • Bruce Weber– photography

Track listing:

  1. It Could Happen to You – Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke
  2. Isn’t This a Lovely Day – Irving Berlin
  3. How Insensitive – Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes, Norman Gimbel
  4. Exactly Like You – Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields
  5. From This Moment On – Cole Porter
  6. I Was Doing All Right – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
  7. Little Blue Girl – Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
  8. Day In Day Out – Rube Bloom, Johnny Mercer
  9. Willow Weep for Me – Ann Ronell
  10. Come Dance With Me – Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn
  11. It Was a Beautiful Day in August / You Can Depend on Me – Ray Brown, Charles Carpenter, Louis Dunlap, Earl Hines

On September 19, 2006.

On September 19, 2006, “Drag City” label released “The Letting Go”, the twelve Will Oldham (released under his moniker Bonnie “Prince” Billy) studio album. It was recorded in 2006, in Reykjavík, Iceland and produced by Valgeir Sigurðsson.

Personnel:

  • Dawn McCarthy– vocals
  • Emmett Kelly– guitar
  • Paul Oldham – bass
  • Jim White– drums
  • Valgeir Sigurdsson– recording, mixing

Track listing:

  1. Love Comes to Me
  2. Strange Form of Life
  3. Wai
  4. Cursed Sleep
  5. No Bad News
  6. Cold & wet
  7. Big Friday
  8. Lay and Love
  9. The Seedling
  10. Then the Letting Go
  11. God’s Small Song
  12. I Called You Back
  13. Ebb Tide (bonus on some versions)