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On October 14, 2016.

On October 14, 2016, “Dare2 Records “label released “Aziza”, the twenty-first Dave Holland album. It was recorded in September 2015, at “Sear Sound” in New York City, and was produced by Dave Holland.

Personnel:

  • Dave Holland – bass
  • Chris Potter – Tenor and soprano saxophone
  • Lionel Loueke – guitar, vocal
  • Eric Harland – drums
  • Louise Holland – executive producer
  • James Farber – engineer
  • Owen Mulholland – engineer
  • Greg Calbi – mastering
  • Scott Fallone – mastering
  • Govert Driessen – photography
  • Ulli Gruber – photography
  • Susan Archie – art direction, design
  • Rafael Gonzalez – artwork

Track listing:

  1. Aziza Dance – Lionel Loueke
  2. Summer 15 – Chris Potter
  3. Walkin’ the Walk – Dave Holland
  4. Aquila – Eric Harland
  5. Blue Sufi – Chris Potter
  6. Finding the Light – Dave Holland
  7. Friends – Eric Harland
  8. Sleepless Nights – Lionel Loueke
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In October 1970.

In October 1970, “Harvest” label released “Shooting at the Moon”, the second Kevin Ayers album. It was recorded April – September 1970, at “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by Kevin Ayers and Peter Jenner.

Personnel:

  • Kevin Ayers – guitar, bass, vocals
  • David Bedford – organ, piano, accordion, marimbaphone, guitar
  • Lol Coxhill – saxophone, zoblophone
  • Mike Oldfield – bass, guitar and vocal
  • Mick Fincher – drums, percussion, bottles, ashtrays
  • The Whole World Chorus – backing vocals
  • Bridget St. John – vocals
  • Robert Wyatt – vocals
  • Peter Mews – engineer
  • Tom Fu – cover art

Track listing:

All tracks by Kevin Ayers

  1. May I?
  2. Rheinhardt & Geraldine/Colores Para Dolores
  3. Lunatics Lament
  4. Pisser Dans un Violon
  5. The Oyster and the Flying Fish
  6. Underwater
  7. Clarence in Wonderland
  8. Red Green and You Blue
  9. Shooting at the Moon

 

In October 1965.

In October 1965, “Elektra” label released “The Paul Butterfield Blues Band”, the debut Paul Butterfield album. It was recorded in September 1965, and was produced by Paul Rothchild and Mark Abramson. In 2012, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 468 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”. “Down Beat” magazine ranked it at number 11 on its list of the “Top 50 Blues Albums”.

Personnel:

  • Paul Butterfield– lead vocals, harmonica
  • Mike Bloomfield– guitars
  • Elvin Bishop– guitars
  • Mark Naftalin– organ
  • Jerome Arnold– bass
  • Sam Lay– drums, lead vocals

Track listing:

  1. Born in Chicago – Nick Gravenites
  2. Shake Your Money-Maker – Elmore James
  3. Blues with a Feeling – Walter Jacobs
  4. Thank You Mr. Poobah – Mike Bloomfield, Paul Butterfield, Mark Naftalin
  5. Mellow Down Easy – Willie Dixon
  6. Screamin – Mike Bloomfield
  7. Our Love Is Drifting – Paul Butterfield, Elvin Bishop
  8. Mystery Train – Junior Parker, Sam Phillips
  9. Last Night – Walter Jacobs
  10. Look Over Yonders Wall – James Clark

 

In September 1969.

In September 1969, “Pye” label released “Spare Parts”, the second Status Quo album. It was recorded January – September 1969, at “Pye Studios” in London, and was produced by John Schroeder.

Personnel:

  • Francis Rossi- guitar, vocals
  • Rick Parfitt- guitar, vocals
  • Alan Lancaster- bass, vocals
  • John Coghlan- drums
  • Roy Lynes- organ, vocals

Track listing:

  1. Face Without a Soul – Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt
  2. You’re Just What I Was Looking for Today – Gerry Goffin, Carole King
  3. Are You Growing Tired of My Love – Anthony King
  4. Antique Angelique – Alan Lancaster, Bob Young
  5. So Ends Another Life – Alan Lancaster
  6. Poor Old Man – Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt
  7. Mind Detector – A. King
  8. The Clown – Alan Lancaster, Bob Young, Paul Nixon
  9. Velvet Curtains – King
  10. Little Miss Nothing – Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt
  11. When I Awake – Alan Lancaster, Bob Young
  12. Nothing at All – Alan Lancaster, Roy Lynes, Bob Young

 

On July 23, 2001.

On July 23, 2001, “Epic” label released “Rings Around the World”, the fifth Super Furry Animals studio album. It was recorded April – September 2000, at “Monnow Valley Studios” in Rockfield, Monmouthshire, and “Bearsville Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Chris Shaw, Gruff Rhys, Huw Bunford, Guto Pryce, Cian Ciaran and Dafydd Leuan. “Mojo” magazine voted “Rings Around the World” album of year 2001.

Personnel:

  • Gruff Rhys– lead vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica
  • Huw Bunford– lead guitar, backing vocals, pedal steel
  • Guto Pryce– bass guitar
  • Cian Ciaran– keyboards, backing vocals
  • Dafydd Leuan – drums, backing vocals
  • Howard Gott, Harriet Harris, Sally Herbert, Steven Hussey, Jackie Norrie – violin
  • Sonia Slany, Lucy Theo, Brian Wright – violin
  • Nick Barr, Sophia Sirota, Clare Smith – viola
  • Nick Cooper, Sophie Harris – cello
  • Matt Sibley – saxophone
  • Gary Alesbrook – trumpet
  • Tony Robinson – trumpet, flugel horn, trombone
  • Beti Rhys – harp
  • John Telfer – flute
  • John Cale– piano
  • Osian Gwynedd – piano
  • Kris Jenkins – percussion
  • Anna Smith – backing vocals
  • Paul McCartney– carrot and celery 

    Track listing:

    All tracks by Chris Shaw, Gruff Rhys, Huw Bunford, Guto Pryce, Cian Ciaran and Dafydd Leuan, except where noted.

    1. Alternate Route to Vulcan Street
    2. Sidewalk Serfer Girl
    3. (Drawing) Rings Around the World
    4. It’s Not the End of the World?
    5. Receptacle for the Respectable
    6. (A) Touch Sensitive – contains a sample of “Ann” by Dave Alexander
    7. Shoot Doris Day
    8. Miniature
    9. No Sympathy
    10. Juxtapozed with U
    11. Presidential Suite
    12. Run! Christian, Run!
    13. Fragile Happiness

On July 19, 1990.

On July 19, 1990, “Stardog” label released “Apple”, the only Mother Love Bone album. It was recorded September – November 1989, at “The Plant” in Sausalito, in California, “London Bridge Studios” in Seattle, and was produced by Bruce Calder, Terry Date, Mark Dearnley, Andrew Wood, Bruce Fairweather, Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament and Greg Gilmore.

Personnel:

  • Andrew Wood– lead vocals, piano
  • Bruce Fairweather– lead guitar
  • Stone Gossard– rhythm guitar
  • Jeff Ament– bass
  • Greg Gilmore– drums
  • Scott Blockland – assistant engineering
  • Kaylin Frank – production coordination
  • Dennis Herring, Davitt Sigerson– pre-production
  • Klotz – design
  • Bob Ludwig– mastering
  • Lance Mercer – photo
  • Tim Palmer– mixing
  • Denny Swofford – assistance

Track listing:

All lyrics written Andrew Wood. All music by Jeff Ament, Bruce Fairweather, Greg Gilmore, Stone Gossard and Andrew Wood.

  1. This Is Shangrila
  2. Stardog Champion
  3. Holy Roller
  4. Bone China
  5. Come Bite the Apple
  6. Stargazer
  7. Heartshine
  8. Captain Hi-Top
  9. Man of Golden Words
  10. Capricorn Sister
  11. Gentle Groove
  12. Danny Boy
  13. Crown of Thorns

 

In June 1984.

In June 1984, “Ensign” label released “A Pagan Place”, the second Waterboys studio album. It was recorded November 1982 at “Redshop Studio”, September 1983 at “Rockfield Studio”, and was produced by Mike Scott.

Personnel:

  • Mike Scott– vocals, guitar, piano, bass, bellzouki
  • Anthony Thistlethwaite– saxophone, bass, mandolin
  • Kevin Wilkinson– drums
  • Karl Wallinger– piano, organ, percussion, backing vocals
  • Roddy Lorimer– trumpet
  • Tim Blanthorn – violin
  • Barbara Snow
  • Eddi Reader
  • V. Smith
  • Ingrid Schroeder
  • Nick Linden
  • Stephen W Tayler– mixing
  • Jim Preen, John Brand, Richard Digby Smith, Stephen W Tayler, Ted Sharp – engineer
  • Sheila Rock – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Mike Scott.

  1. Church Not Made With Hands
  2. All The Things She Gave Me
  3. The Thrill Is Gone
  4. Rags
  5. Somebody Might Wave Back
  6. The Big Music
  7. Red Army Blues
  8. A Pagan Place