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On December 14, 1959.

On December 14, 1959, “Decca” label released “Strictly Instrumental, the ninth Bill Haley & His Comets album. It was recorded June 1958 – September 1959, and was produced by Milt Gabler.

Personnel:

  • Bill Haley– rhythm guitar
  • Franny Beecher– lead guitar
  • Billy Williamson– steel guitar
  • Johnny Grande– piano
  • Ralph Jones– drums
  • Rudy Pompilli- tenor saxophone
  • Al Rex– bass guitar
  • Al Pompilli- bass guitar
  • Al Rappa- bass guitar

 Track listing:

  1. Joey’s Song- Joe Reisman
  2. Music! Music! Music!- Bernie Baum, Stephen Weiss
  3. Mack the Knife – Kurt Weill, Bertolt Brecht, Marc Blitzstein
  4. In a Little Spanish Town- Mabel Wayne, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young
  5. Two Shadows – Johnny Grande, Billy Williamson
  6. Shaky – Franny Beecher, Billy Williamson
  7. Strictly Instrumental – Bennie Benjamin, Edgar Battle, Sol Marcus, Eddie Seiler
  8. Skokiaan- Tom Glazer, August Msarurgwa
  9. Puerto Rican Peddler – Johnny Brandon
  10. Drowsy Waters – Jack Ailau
  11. Chiquita Linda (Un Poquito de tu Amor) – Julio Gutierrez
  12. The Catwalk – Franny Beecher, Billy Williamson

 

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In December 1977.

In December 1977, “EMI Electrola” released “Ocean”, the sixth Eloy album. It was recorded September-October 1977, at “Sound-N-Studio” in  Cologne, Germany, and was produced by Frank Bornemann.

Personnel:

  • Frank Bornemann– lead vocals, electric, acoustic and processed guitars
  • Klaus-Peter Matziol – fretless basses, backing vocals
  • Detlev Schmidtchen – Mini-Moog, ARP synthesizers, mellotron, RMI keyboard computer, angelic voices, Hammond organ, xylophone
  • Jürgen Rosenthal- drums, voice, cymbals, timbales, roto-toms, temple blocks, kettle drums, tubular bells, morse key, triangles, paper, flute
  • Georgi Nedeitschev – engineer

Track listing:

All lyrics by Jürgen Rosenthal, all music by Frank Bornemann, Klaus-Peter Matziol, Detlev Schmidtchen and Jürgen Rosenthal.

  1. Poseidon’s Creation
  2. Incarnation of the Logos
  3. Decay of the Logos
  4. Atlantis’ Agony at June 5th – 8498, 13 P.M. Gregorian Earthtime

On December 11, 1994.

On December 11, 1994, “Sony” label released “Antônio Brasileiro”, the fifteenth Antônio Carlos Jobim album. It was recorded September 1993 – January 1994, and was produced by Paulo Jobim and Daniel Jobim. It was the first album released after his death in 1994.

Personnel:

  • Antônio Carlos Jobim – vocals, piano
  • Daniel Jobim – keyboards, mixing
  • Paulo Jobim – viola, mixing
  • Pedro Sá – guitar
  • Paulinho Braga – drums, percussion, tambourine
  • Ron Carter – bass
  • Tião Neto – bass
  • Jaques Morelenbaum – cello
  • Jorge Ranevsky – cello
  • Duduka Da Fonseca – percussion, tambourine
  • Danilo Caymmi – vocals, flute
  • Paulo Guimarães – flute
  • Sting- vocal
  • Maria Luiza Jobim – vocal
  • Dorival Caymmi- vocal
  • Maucha Adnet– vocal
  • Simone Caymmi – vocal
  • Elizabeth Jobim – vocal
  • Paula Morelenbaum – vocal
  • Antonio José Augusto – horn, trumpet
  • Márcio Montarroyos – flugelhorn, trumpet
  • Raul de Souza – trombone
  • Bernardo Bessler, Michel Bessler, Joao Daltro de Almeida, Aizik Geller, Walter Hack, Pascoal Perrotta, Alfredo Vidal – violin
  • Luiz Guilherme d’Orey, Marcos Sabóia – engineer, mixing
  • Jorge “Gordo” Guimaraes, Guilherme Reis, Sérgio Rocha, Chris Tergesen – engineer
  • Geraldo Tavares – mixing
  • Ana Lontra Jobim – art direction, photography

Track listing:

  1. Só Danço Samba – Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinícius de Moraes
  2. Piano Na Mangueira – Chico Buarque, Antônio Carlos Jobim
  3. How Insensitive – Norman Gimbel, Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinícius de Moraes
  4. Querida – Antônio Carlos Jobim
  5. Surfboard – Antônio Carlos Jobim
  6. Samba de Maria Luiza – Antônio Carlos Jobim
  7. Forever Green – Antônio Carlos Jobim, Paulo Jobim
  8. Maracangalha – Dorival Caymmi
  9. Maricotinha – Dorival Caymmi
  10. Pato Preto – Antônio Carlos Jobim
  11. Meu Amigo Radamés – Antônio Carlos Jobim
  12. Blue Train (Trem Azul) – Ronaldo Bastos, Lô Borges, Antônio Carlos Jobim
  13. Radamés Y Pelé – Antônio Carlos Jobim
  14. Chora Coração – Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinícius de Moraes
  15. Trem de Ferro – Manuel Bandeira, Antônio Carlos Jobim

On December 8, 1979.

On December 8, 1979, “United Artists” label released “On Parole”, the fourth Motörhead album. It was recorded September – December 1975, February 1978, at “Rockfield Studios” in Monmouth, Wales, and was produced by Fritz Fryer and  Dave Edmunds.

Personnel:

  • Ian Lemmy Kilmister – lead vocals, bass
  • Larry Wallis– lead and backing vocals, lead guitar
  • Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor– drums
  • Lucas Fox– drums
  • Fritz Fryer – engineer, mastering

Track listing:

  1. Motorhead – Ian Kilmister
  2. On Parole – Larry Wallis
  3. Vibrator – Larry Wallis, Des Brown
  4. Iron Horse / Born to Lose – Phil Taylor, Mick Brown, Guy “Tramp” Lawrence
  5. City Kids – Larry Wallis, Duncan Sanderson
  6. The Watcher – Ian Kilmister
  7. Leaving Here – Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Edward Holland
  8. Lost Johnny – Ian Kilmister, Mick Farren
  9. Fools – Larry Wallis, Des Brown

In December 1969.

In December 1969, “Capitol” label released “Shady Grove”, the second Quicksilver Messenger Service studio album. It was recorded July – September 199, at “Wally Heider Studios” and “Pacific High Recorders” in San Francisco, and was produced by John Palladino.

Personnel:

  • John Cipollina– vocals, guitar
  • Nicky Hopkins– piano, organ, celeste, harpsichord, cello
  • David Freiberg– vocals, bass, guitar, viola
  • Greg Elmore– drums, percussion
  • Dan Healy, Bob Shumaker, Dave Brown, Mike Leary – engineer
  • Dan Healy, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Snarly Grumble – mixing
  • John Palladino – executive producer

Track listing:

  1. Shady Grove – O. Wands
  2. Flute Song – Denise Jewkes
  3. Three or Four Feet from Home – John Cipollina
  4. Too Far – David Freiberg
  5. Holy Moly – Nick Gravenites
  6. Joseph’s Coat – John Cipollina, Nick Gravenites
  7. Flashing Lonesome – David Freiberg, Denise Jewkes
  8. Words Can’t Say – David Freiberg, Denise Jewkes
  9. Edward, the Mad Shirt Grinder – Nicky Hopkins

In December 1969.

In December 1969, “Blue Thumb” label released “Out Here”, the fifth Love album. It was recorded September 1968 – October 1969, at rented warehouse, and at “Sunset Sound Recorders” in Hollywood, and was produced by Arthur Lee.

Personnel:

  • Arthur Lee- lead vocals, rhythm guitar, engineer
  • Jay Donnellan – lead guitar
  • Frank Fayad – bass
  • George Suranovich – drums
  • Paul Martin, Gary Rowles – lead guitar
  • Drachen Theaker – drums
  • Jim Hobson – organ, piano
  • George Gaal – engineer
  • Burt Shonberg – album cover artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by Arthur Lee, except where noted.

  1. I’ll Pray for You
  2. Abalony
  3. Signed D.C.
  4. Listen to My Song
  5. I’m Down
  6. Stand Out
  7. Discharged
  8. Doggone
  9. I Still Wonder – Jay Donnellan, Arthur Lee
  10. Love Is More Than Words or Better Late Than Never
  11. Nice to Be
  12. Car Lights On in the Daytime Blues
  13. Run to the Top
  14. Willow Willow
  15. Instra-Mental
  16. You Are Something
  17. Gather ‘Round

In December 1956.

In December 1956, “Blue Note” label released “Whims of Chambers”, the second  Paul Chambers album. It was recorded on September 21, 1956, at “Van Gelder Studio” in Hackensack, NJ, and was produced by Alfred Lion.

Personnel:

  • Paul Chambers- bass
  • Donald Byrd- trumpet
  • John Coltrane- tenor saxophone
  • Kenny Burrell- guitar
  • Horace Silver- piano
  • Philly Joe Jones- drums
  • Rudy Van Gelder – engineer
  • Francis Wolff – cover photo
  • Reid Miles – cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Paul Chambers, except where noted.

  1. Omicron – Donald Byrd
  2. Whims of Chambers
  3. Nita – John Coltrane
  4. We Six – Donald Byrd
  5. Dear Ann
  6. Tale of the Fingers
  7. Just for the Love – John Coltrane