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In November 1974.

In November 1974, “Island” label released “Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)”, the second Brian Eno album. It was recorded in September 1974, at “Island Studios” in London, and was produced by Brian Eno.

Personnel:

  • Brian Eno– vocals, electronics, snake guitar, keyboards
  • Phil Manzanera– guitar, production assistance
  • Brian Turrington – bass guitar, piano
  • Freddie Smith – drums
  • Robert Wyatt– percussion, backing vocals
  • Portsmouth Sinfonia– strings
  • Randi and the Pyramids – chorus
  • The Simplistics – chorus
  • Andy Mackay– brass
  • Phil Collins– drums
  • Polly Eltes – vocals
  • Peter Schmidt– oblique strategies, album cover art
  • Rhett Davies– engineering
  • Robert Ash – engineering assistance
  • Denny Bridges (AIR) – audio engineering
  • Jon Walls (AIR) – engineering assistance
  • Nicholas Pearson – special aide
  • Bill Kelsey – special equipment
  • Simon Heyworth – mastering
  • David Hill – Ampex ATR 2Ch Tape playback with ARIA electronics
  • John Bonis – typography, lettering

Track listing:

All tracks by Brian Eno, except where noted.

  1. Burning Airlines Give You So Much More
  2. Back in Judy’s Jungle
  3. The Fat Lady of Limbourg
  4. Mother Whale Eyeless
  5. The Great Pretender
  6. Third Uncle – Brian Eno, arranged by Brian Turrington
  7. Put a Straw Under Baby
  8. The True Wheel – Brian Eno, Phil Manzanera
  9. China My China
  10. Taking Tiger Mountain
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On August 24, 2009.

On August 24, 2009, “Megaphonic” label released “Ellipse”, the third Imogen Heap studio album. It was recorded March 2007 – June 2009, in Heap’s studio in Essex, and was produced by Imogen Heap.

Personnel:

  • Imogen Heap– vocals, programming, engineer, design, sounds
  • Leo Abrahams– electric guitar
  • Ian Burdge – cello
  • Arve Henriksen– trumpet
  • Oliver Langford – violin
  • Richie Mills – drums
  • Nitin Sawhney– acoustic guitar
  • Ashwin Srinivasan – background vocals, bansuri
  • Zhang Jian & Christiaan Virant – Buddha Machine
  • Simon Heyworth – mastering engineer
  • Joe Gilder – mastering assistant
  • Jennie Hancock, Ewan Robertson – projection concept
  • Andy Hau – ellipse Swirl Logo
  • Richard Bull – design
  • Annelieke Bosdijk, Albert Q Bui, Jessica Butler, Alex Carmichal, Randall Dameron, J. Daniel Geddis, Vladislav Gusarov, Adriane Lake, Nick Moulakis, Nathan Nye, Michelle Thomas – projection
  • Jeremy Cowart – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Imogen Heap.

  1. First Train Home
  2. Wait it Out
  3. Earth
  4. Little Bird
  5. Swoon
  6. Tidal
  7. Between Sheets
  8. 2-1 (formerly Polyfilla)
  9. Bad Body Double
  10. Aha!
  11. The Fire

In December 1973.

In December 1973, “Vertigo” label released “Mekanïk Destruktïẁ Kommandöh”, the third Magma studio album. It was recorded in 1973, and was produced by Giorgio Gomelsky. The French edition of “Rolling Stone” magazine named the album the 33rd greatest French rock album.  In 2015, the same magazine ranked the album at number 24 on its list of the “50 Greatest Prog Rock Albums of All Time.

Personnel:

  • Klaus Blasquiz– vocals, percussion
  • Stella Vander– vocals
  • Muriel Streisfield– vocals
  • Evelyne Razymovski– vocals
  • Michele Saulnier– vocals
  • Doris Reinhardt– vocals
  • René Garber– bass clarinet, vocals
  • Teddy Lasry– brass, flute
  • Jean-Luc Manderlier– piano, organ
  • Benoit Widemann– keyboards
  • Claude Olmos– guitar
  • Jannick Top– bass
  • Christian Vander– drums, vocals, organ, percussion
  • Eddie Sprigg, Gilbert, Gilles Sallé, Simon Heyworth, Steve Michell, Tom Rabstener– engineer
  • Loulou Sarkissian– stage manager

Track listing:

All tracks by Christian Vander.

  1. Hortz Fur Dëhn Štekëhn Ẁešt
  2. mah Sürï Dondaï
  3. Kobaïa Ïss Dëh Hündïn
  4. Da Zeuhl Ẁortz Mëkanïk
  5. Nëbëhr Gudahtt
  6. Mëkanïk Kömmandöh
  7. Kreühn Köhrmahn Ïss Dëh Hündin

In November 1975.

In November 1975, “EG” label released “Discreet Music”, the fourth Brian Eno studio album. It was recorded May – September 1975, at Brian Eno’s studio and “Trident Studios” in London and was produced by Brian Eno.

Personnel:

  • Brian Eno– synthesizer, keyboards,photography
  • Gavin Bryars– arranger, conductor
  • The Cockpit Ensemble – performer
  • Simon Heyworth – mastering
  • Peter Kelsey – engineer
  • John Bonis – cover design
  • Andrew Day – redesign

Track listing:

  1. Discreet Music – Brian Eno
  2. Three Variations on the Canon in D Majorby Johann Pachelbel
  • Fullness of Wind
  • French Catalogues
  • Brutal Ardour

In October 1973.

In October 1973, “Virgin” label released “Marjory Razorblade”, the fifth Kevin Coyne album. It was recorded in 1973, at “The Manor” and “Saturn Studios” and was produced by Steve Verroca. The album cover was designed by Barney Bubbles.

Personnel:

  • Kevin Coyne – vocals, guitar
  • Gordon Smith – guitar, mandolin
  • Jean Roussel- piano
  • Tony Cousins – bass, bass tuba
  • Chili Charles – drums, congas
  • Steve Verroca – acoustic case and piano
  • Malcom Healey – synthesizer
  • Dave Clague – guitar
  • Ed DeGenaro – guitar
  • Tom Newman, Simon Heyworth, Phil Newell – engineers
  • Phil Franks – photography

All tracks by Kevin Coyne except where noted.

  1. Marjory Razorblade
  2. Marlene
  3. Talking to No One
  4. Eastbourne Ladies
  5. Old Soldier
  6. I Want My Crown – traditional
  7. Nasty
  8. Lonesome Valley – P. Carter
  9. House on the Hill
  10. Cheat Me
  11. Jackie and Edna
  12. Everybody Says
  13. Mummy
  14. Heaven in My View – P. Carter
  15. Karate King
  16. Dog Latin
  17. This Is Spain
  18. Chairman’s Ball
  19. Good Boy
  20. Chicken Wing

In May 1974.

In May 1974, “Virgin” label released the second, self-titled Slapp Happy album (also known as Casablanca Moon). It was recorded in 1974, at “The Manor” in Oxfordshire, and was produced by Steve Morse, Dagmar Krause, Anthony Moore and Peter Blegvad.

Personnel:

  • Dagmar Krause –lead vocals
  • Peter Blegvad– second vocals, guitar
  • Anthony Moore– keyboards
  • Marc Singer – drums
  • Dave Wintour– bass guitar
  • Graham Preskett – violin, mandolin
  • Roger Wootton – backing vocals
  • Eddie Sparrow – drums, congas, whistles
  • Jean Hervé Peron – bass guitar
  • Clare Deniz – cello
  • Nick Worters – double bass
  • Jeremy Baines –sausage bassoon
  • Andy Leggett – jugs
  • Clem Cattini– drums
  • Henry Lowther– trumpet
  • Geoff Leigh– saxophones
  • Keshave Sathe – tablas, tamboura
  • Simon Heyworth – mixer, engineer
  • Steve Taylor – mixer, engineer
  • David Larcher – cover photograph
  • Carol Aitken – cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Anthony Moore and Peter Blegvad, except where noted.

  1. Casablanca Moon
  2. Me and Parvati
  3. Half Way There – Peter Blegvad
  4. Michelangelo
  5. Dawn
  6. Rainbow – Peter Blegvad
  7. The Secret
  8. A Little Something – Peter Blegvad
  9. The Drum
  10. Haiku
  11. Slow Moon’s Rose – Anthony Moore

In April 1974.

In April 1974, “MGM” label released “Carolina County Ball”, the second Elf album. It was recorded January-March, at “The Manor Studio” and was produced by Roger Glover.

Personnel:

  • Ronnie James Dio: lead vocals
  • Steve Edwards: guitar
  • Mickey Lee Soule: keyboards
  • Craig Gruber: bass
  • Gary Driscoll: drums
  • Helen Chappell, Liza Strike, & Barry St. John: backing vocals
  • String arrangements: Roger Glover
  • Strings: Mountain Fjord, M.D., & Martyn Ford
  • Ray Swinfield: clarinet
  • Chris Pyne: trombone
  • Henry Lowther: trumpet
  • The Manor Chorus: vocals
  • Simon Heyworth: recording engineer
  • Lou (Conway) Austin: recording engineer
  • Fin Costello: photographer

Track listing:

All tracks written by Ronnie James Dio and Mickey Lee Soule.

  1. Carolina County Ball
  2. A. 59
  3. Ain’t It All Amusing
  4. Happy
  5. Annie New Orleans
  6. Rocking Chair Rock’n’Roll Blues
  7. Rainbow
  8. Do the Same Thing
  9. Blanche