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On December 21, 1992.

On December 21, 1992, Albert Nelson aka Albert King died aged 69. He was musician (guitar, drums) and singer, one of the most influential blues guitarists, one of the “Three Kings of the Blues Guitar” (along with B.B. King and Freddie King). Because of his smooth singing and his large size, he was given the nick name “The Velvet Bulldozer”. In 2013, he was posthumously inducted in the “Rock and Roll of Fame”. King has recorded sixteen studio albums.

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In November 1976.

In November 1976, “A&M” label released “Gulf Winds”, the sixteen Joan Baez album. It was recorded in 1976, and was produced by David Kershenbaum.

Personnel:

  • Joan Baez – vocals, guitar, piano
  • Donald “Duck” Dunn– bass
  • Jim Gordon– drums
  • Ray Kelly – cello
  • Jesse Ehrlich – cello
  • Larry Knechtel– piano
  • Dean Parks– guitar
  • Sid Sharp – violin
  • Malcolm Cecil– synthesizer

Track listing:

All tracks by Joan Baez

  1. Sweeter for Me
  2. Seabirds
  3. Caruso
  4. Still Waters at Night
  5. Kingdom of Childhood
  6. O Brother!
  7. Time Is Passing Us By
  8. Stephanie’s Room
  9. Gulf Winds

On September 1, 1977.

On September 1, 1977, “Atlantic” label released “Enigmatic Ocean”, the sixteen  Jean-Luc Ponty album. It was recorded June – July 1977, and was produced by Jean-Luc Ponty.

Personnel:

  • Jean-Luc Ponty– electric violin, five-string electric violin, violectra, bells, grand piano, orchestration, arrangements
  • Allan Holdsworth– lead electric guitar
  • Daryl Stuermer– lead and rhythm electric guitar
  • Allan Zavod– organ, synthesizer, electric piano, grand piano, clavinet
  • Ralphe Armstrong– electric basses, fretless bass
  • Steve Smith– drums and percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Jean-Luc Ponty.

  1. Overture
  2. The Trans-Love Express
  3. Mirage
  4. Enigmatic Ocean – Part I
  5. Enigmatic Ocean – Part II
  6. Enigmatic Ocean – Part III
  7. Enigmatic Ocean – Part IV
  8. Nostalgic Lady
  9. The Struggle of the Turtle to the Sea – Part I
  10. The Struggle of the Turtle to the Sea – Part II
  11. The Struggle of the Turtle to the Sea – Part III

In August 1966.

In August 1966, “King” label released “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World”, the sixteenth James Brown studio album. It was recorded in 1966, and was produced by Billy Ward, Burt Jones, Henry Glover, James Alston, James Brown, Leonard Witchcup, Nat Jones, Sally Nix and Teddy Powell.

Track listing:

  1. The Scratch – James Alston
  2. It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World – James Brown, Betty Jean Newsome
  3. Bewildered – Teddy Powell, Leonard Whitcup
  4. Is It Yes or Is It No? – Burt Jones, James Brown
  5. Ain’t That a Groove Part 1 – James Brown, Nat Jones
  6. The Bells – Billy Ward
  7. Ain’t That a Groove Part 2 – James Brown, Nat Jones
  8. Come Over Here – James Brown
  9. In the Wee Wee Hours (Of the Nite) – James Brown
  10. I Don’t Mind – James Brown
  11. Just You and Me Darling – James Brown
  12. I Love You Yes I Do – Henry Glover, Sally Nix

On October 24, 2000.

bedlam-born

On October 24, 2000, “Park Records” label released “Bedlam Born”, the sixteen Steeleye Span studio album. It was recorded in 2000, at “Warehouse Studios” in Oxford, and was produced by Steeleye Span.

Personnel:

  • Gay Woods- vocals, bodhrán
  • Bob Johnson- vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Peter Knight- vocals, keyboards, violin
  • Tim Harries- bass guitar, electric guitar, keyboards, vocals
  • Dave Mattacks- drums, percussion

Track listing:

  1. Well Done Liar! – Traditional arr. Bob Johnson
  2. Who Told the Butcher? – Peter Knight
  3. John of Ditchford – Tim Harries
  4. I See his Blood Upon the Rose – Joseph Plunkett, Gay Woods, Tim Harries
  5. Black Swan – Tim Harries
  6. The Beggar – Traditional arr. Bob Johnson
  7. Poor old Soldier – Peter Knight
  8. Arbour – Tim Harries, Gay Woods
  9. There was a Wealthy Merchant – Traditional arr. Tim Harries
  10. Beyond the Dreaming Place – Peter Knight, Gay Woods
  11. We Poor Labouring Men – Traditional arr. Steeleye Span
  12. The Connemara Cradle Song – Traditional, Delia Murphy
  13. Stephen – Tim Harries
  14. The White Cliffs of Dover – Burton/Kent arr. Gay Woods

 

On August 24, 1981.

Tattoo You

On August 24, 1981, “Rolling Stones” label released “Tattoo You”, the sixteen Rolling Stones album. It was recorded November–December 1972, January–March 1975, January–March 1978, January–October 1979, October 1980 – June 1981, and was produced by The Glimmer Twins. In 1989, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked “Tattoo You” at number 213 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”. Peter Corriston, who was responsible for the album art direction and design, won a “Grammy Award” in the category of “Best Album Package”. The album was certified 4 x Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada” and 4 x Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Mick Jaggerr– lead and backing vocals; electric guitar, harmonica
  • Keith Richards– electric guitar, backing vocals; lead vocals, bass guitar
  • Ronnie Wood– electric guitar, backing vocals; bass guitar
  • Mick Taylor– electric guitar
  • Bill Wyman– bass guitar; synthesizer, guitar
  • Charlie Watts– drums
  • Nicky Hopkins– piano; organ
  • Ian Stewart– piano
  • Billy Preston– keyboards
  • Wayne Perkins– electric lead guitar
  • Ollie Brown– percussion
  • Pete Townshend– backing vocals
  • Sonny Rollins– saxophone
  • Jimmy Miller– percussion
  • Michael Carabello– cowbell,  conga, guiro, claves, cabasa, conga
  • Chris Kimsey– piano
  • Barry Sage– handclaps

Track listing:

All tracks by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except “Black Limousine” and “No Use in Crying” co-written by Ronnie Wood.

  1. Start Me Up
  2. Hang Fire
  3. Slave
  4. Little T&A
  5. Black Limousine
  6. Neighbours
  7. Worried About You
  8. Tops
  9. Heaven
  10. No Use in Crying
  11. Waiting on a Friend