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On December 15, 2000.

On December 15, 2000, “MIDI Creative” label released “Flood”, the third Boris album. It was recorded in September 2000, at “Bazooka Studio” in Tokyo, and was produced by Atsuo, Takeshi and Wata.

Personnel:

  • Atsuo– vocals, drums, percussion, gong
  • Takeshi- vocals, bass, guitar, words
  • Wata – guitar, effects
  • Tetsuya “Cherry” Tochigi – engineer
  • Hiroyasu Tahira – engineer assistant
  • Miyuki Kobayashi – engineer assistant
  • Shuji Kitamura – mastering
  • Hiroshi Okura – executive producer
  • Masashi Tsukahara – album coordination
  • Toshiaki Shimizu – A&R
  • Fangs Anal Satan – artwork
  • Eri Shabata – photography

Track listing:

  1. Flood
  • Part 1
  • Part 2
  • Part 3
  • Part 4

On December 3, 2007.

On December 3, 2007, “Lime Records” label released “Chris Squire’s Swiss Choir”, the second and last Chris Squire album. It was recorded September – October 2007, and was produced by Chris Squire, Gerard Johnson and Alan White.

Personnel:

  • Chris Squire – vocals, bass guitar, arranger
  • Steve Hackett– guitars, acoustic guitars
  • Gerard Johnson– keyboards, arranger
  • Jeremy Stacey– drums
  • English Baroque Choir– chorus
  • Jeremy Jackman– vocals, musical direction
  • Amy George – soprano voice
  • Laura Macara – vocals
  • Alan White– drums, piano, keyboards, backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Adam Lay Ybounden – traditional
  2. I Saw Three Ships – traditional
  3. O come, O come, Emmanuel – traditional
  4. Silent Night/Night of Silence – Franz Xaver Gruber, Joseph Mohr
  5. Ding Dong Merrily on High – Thoinot Arbeau, George Ratcliffe Woodward
  6. The Three Kings – Peter Cornelius
  7. Sans Day Carol – traditional
  8. Personent hodie – traditional
  9. Sussex Carol – traditional
  10. Gaudete – traditional
  11. In the Bleak Midwinter – traditional
  12. Past Three O’Clock – traditional
  13. Run With the Fox – Chris Squire, Alan White, Peter Sinfield

on December 2, 1957.

On December 2, 1957, “World Pacific” label released “The King and I”, (A Jazz Interpretation by the Mastersounds), the second Mastersounds album. It was recorded in September 1957 and was produced by Richard Bock.

Personnel:

  • Buddy Montgomery- vibraphone
  • Richie Crabtree – piano
  • Monk Montgomery- electric bass
  • Benny Barth- drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.

  1. Medley: I Have Dreamed/The Puzzlement/Something Wonderful
  2. Dance of the Siamese Children
  3. Getting to Know You
  4. My Lord and Master
  5. Medley: Hello, Young Lovers/Whistle a Happy Tune
  6. We Kiss in the Shadows
  7. Shall We Dance
  8. Epilogue

 

On December 1, 1960.

On December 1, 1960, “Candid Records” label released “We Insist!” (subtitled Max Roach’s Freedom Now Suite), the 21st Max Roach album. It was recorded April – September 1960, at “Nola Penthouse Sound Studio” in New York City, and was produced by Nat Hentoff.

Personnel:

  • Max Roach– drums
  • Abbey Lincoln– vocals
  • Booker Little– trumpet
  • Julian Priester– trombone
  • Walter Benton– tenor saxophone
  • Coleman Hawkins– tenor saxophone
  • James Schenk – bass
  • Michael Olatunji– vpcals, congas
  • Raymond Mantilla– percussion
  • Tomas du Vall – percussion

Track listing:

All music by Max Roach, all lyrics by Oscar Brown.

  1. Driva Man
  2. Freedom Day
  3. Triptych: Prayer/Protest/Peace
  4. All Africa
  5. Tears for Johannesburg

 

 

On November 29, 1969.

On November 29, 1969, “Vik” (RCA Victor) label released the debut, self-titled Almendra album. It was recorded April – September 1969, at “TNT Studio” in Buenos Aires, and was produced by Luis Alberto Spinetta, Emilio del Guercio,  Edelmiro Molinari and Rodolfo Garcia.

Personnel:

  • Luis Alberto Spinetta- vocals, guitar, rhythm guitar, harmonica, artwork
  • Emilio del Guercio – lead and backing vocals, bass guitar, flute
  • Edelmiro Molinari – guitar, bass guitar, organ, backing vocals
  • Rodolfo García – drums, tambourine, jingle bell, whistling, backing vocals, percussiveaddition
  • Papo, Sam and “other Circus people” – backing vocals
  • Santiago Giacobbe – organ
  • Rodolfo Alchourron – guitar, arrangements, conducting
  • Alicia Varadi – harp
  • Simón Zlotnik – viola
  • Bernardo Stalman – violin
  • Tito Mariano – glockenspiel
  • Walter Cironi – bassoon
  • Gustavo Bergalli – flugelhorn
  • Mario Tenreyro – French horn
  • Carlos Pompeyo – flute
  • Alberto Misrahi – bass clarinet
  • José Bragato – cello
  • Rodolfo Mederos – bandoneón
  • Óscar Figueroa – coordination

Track listing:

All tracks by Luis Alberto Spinetta except where noted.

  1. Muchacha (ojos de papel)
  2. Color humano – Edelmiro Molinari
  3. Figuracion
  4. Ana no duerme
  5. Fermín
  6. Plegaria para un niño dormido
  7. A estos hombres tristes
  8. Que el viento borró tus manos – Emilio del Guercio
  9. Laura va

 

On November 26, 1965.

On November 26, 1965, “Delmark” label released “Hoodoo Man Blues”, the debut Junior Wells album. It was recorded in September 1965, and was produced by Bob Koester.

Personnel:

  • Junior Wells– vocals, harmonica
  • Buddy Guy(billed as Friendly Chap) – vocals, guitar
  • Bill Warren – drums
  • Jack Myers – bass
  • Stu Black – engineer
  • Zbigniew Jastrzebski – cover design
  • Greg Roberts (a.k.a. Bob Koester) – photography
  • Bob Koester– linear notes, supervisor

Track listing:

  1. Snatch It Back and Hold It – Junior Wells
  2. Ships on the Ocean – Junior Wells
  3. Good Morning Schoolgirl – traditional
  4. Hound Dog – Big Mama Thorton
  5. In the Wee Wee Hours – Junior Wells, Buddy Guy
  6. Hey Lawdy Mama – traditional
  7. Hoodoo Man Blues – Junior Wells
  8. Early in the Morning – traditional
  9. We’re Ready – Buddy Guy, Junior Wells
  10. You Don’t Love Me Baby – Junior Wells
  11. Chillin’ Con Came – Junior Wells
  12. Yonder Wall – traditional

On November 20,1971.

On November 20, 1971, “URC Records” label released “Kazemachi Roman”, the second Happy End studio album. It was recorded May – September 1971, at “Mouri Studio” in Tokyo, and was produced by Haruomi Hosono, Eiichi Ohtaki, Shigeru Suzuki and Takashi Matsumoto.

Personnel:

  • Haruomi Hosono– vocals, bass, piano, organ, acoustic guitar,  claves, cowbell, chorus, flat mandolin
  • Eiichi Ohtaki– vocals, acoustic, electric and slide guitars, güiro, chimes, chorus
  • Shigeru Suzuki– vocals, acoustic, electric and slide guitars, cowbell, chorus
  • Takashi Matsumoto- drums, , taiko, congas, cowbell, chorus
  • Shiba – mouth harp
  • Komazawa – steel guitar

Track listing:

  1. Dakishimetai – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Eiichi Ohtaki
  2. Sorairo no Crayon – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Eiichi Ohtaki
  3. Kaze wo Atsumete – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Haruomi Hosono
  4. Kurayamizaka Musasabi Henge – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Haruomi Hosono
  5. Haikara Hakuchi – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Eiichi Ohtaki
  6. Haikara Beautiful – lyrics and music by Bannai Tarao
  7. Natsu Nandesu – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Haruomi Hosono
  8. Hana Ichi Monme – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Shigeru Suzuki
  9. Ashita Tenki ni Naare – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Haruomi Hosono
  10. Taifuu – lyrics and music by Eiichi Ohtaki
  11. Haru Ranman – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Eiichi Ohtaki
  12. Aiueo – lyrics by Takashi Matsumoto, music by Eiichi Ohtaki