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On July 15, 2003.

On July 15, 2003, “Marsalis Music/Rounder” label released “Other Hours: Connick On Piano Volume 1″, the 20th Harry Connick Jr.album.it was recorded in August 2002, at “Bearsville Studios” in Woodstock, New York, and was produced by Tracey Freeman. The twelve album compositions were originally created for the musical “Thou Shalt Not” (2001).

Personnel:

  • Harry Connick Jr. – piano
  • Ned Goold – tenor saxophone
  • Neal Caine – bass
  • Arthur Latin – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Harry Connick Jr..

  1. What a Waste
  2. Such Love
  3. Take Advantage
  4. How About Tonight
  5. Sovereign Lover
  6. My Little World
  7. Oh, My Dear (Something’s Gone Wrong)
  8. Can’t We Tell
  9. Dumb Luck
  10. Oh, Ain’t That Sweet
  11. The Other Hours
  12. Your Own Private Love
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On March 23, 2004.

On March 23, 2004, “Capitol” label released “Winning Days”, the second Vines studio album. It was recorded in 2003, at “Bearsville Studios” in Woodstock, New York, and was produced by Rob Schnapf.

Personnel:

  • Craig Nicholls- vocals, guitars, percussion, Moog synthesizer
  • Patrick Matthews- bass guitar, piano, keyboards
  • Ryan Griffiths- guitars
  • Hamish Rosser- drums, percussion
  • Rob Schnapf- mixing
  • Doug Boehm- engineering, mixing
  • Susanna Howe- booklet photography
  • Love Police– sleeve design

Track listing:

All tracks by Craig Nicholls, except  where noted.

  1. Ride
  2. Animal Machine
  3. TV Pro
  4. Autumn Shade II
  5. Evil Town
  6. Winning Days
  7. She’s Got Something to Say to Me
  8. Rainfall
  9. Amnesia
  10. Sun Child
  11. T.W

On January 25, 1996.

On January 25, 1996, Albert Bernard Grossman died aged 58. He was entrepreneur and manager, best known as manager of Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Peter, Paul and Mary, The Band, Todd Rundgren, Odetta, Gordon Lightfoot and Ian & Sylvia. In 1969 he built the “Bearsville Recording Studio” near Woodstock, and in 1970 he founded “Bearsville Records”.

On December 22, 2014.

On December 22, 2014, John Robert “Joe” Cocker, died aged 70. He was singer and musician, with unique gritty voice and stage movements. He gained world popularity with his performance of the Beatles song “With a Little Help from My Friends” at  “Woodstock”  and “Isle of Wight” festivals in 1969. Cocker has received several awards, including a 1983 “Grammy Award” for his song “Up Where We Belong”;  2007 a bronze “Sheffield Legends” plaque in his hometown and in 2008 “OBE” at Buckingham Palace for services to music. Magazine “Rolling Stone” ranked him at number 97 on its list of the “100 Greatest Singers”.

 

In November 1971.

In November 1871, “Reprise” label released”.. Beautiful Lies You Could Live In” the sixth Pearls Before Swine album. It was recorded in 1971, at “A&R Studios” and “Aura Sound” in New York City, “Bearsville Studios” in Woodstock and was produced by Peter H. Edmiston.

  • Tom Rapp – vocals, guitar
  • Morrie E. Brown, Gerry Jermott, Gordon Hayes: bass
  • Steve Alan Grable – piano, organ
  • Jon Tooker – guitar
  • Elisabeth Rapp – vocals
  • Michael Krawitz – piano
  • Billy Mundi, Herb Lovell, Grady Tate – drums
  • Bob Dorough – piano
  • Stu Scharf, Amos Garrett – electric guitar
  • Executive producer – Charles R. Rothschild
  • Engineered by Mark Harman

Track listing:

Personnel:

  1. Snow Queen – Tom Rapp
  2. A Life – Tom Rapp
  3. Butterflies – Tom Rapp
  4. Simple Things – Tom Rapp
  5. Everybody’s Got Pain – Tom Rapp
  6. Bird On A Wire – Leonard Cohen
  7. Island Lady – Tom Rapp
  8. Come To Me – Tom Rapp
  9. Freedom – Tom Rapp
  10. She’s Gone – Tom Rapp
  11. Epitaph – Housman, Elisabeth Rapp

 

On May 30, 2011.

On May 30, 2011, “Five Seven” label released “Panic of Girls”, the ninth Blondie studio album. It was recorded October–December 2009 and May 2010 in Woodstock, New York and Hoboken, New Jersey, and was produced by Jeff Saltzman, Kato Khandwala, Matt Katz-Bohen and Super Buddha.

Personnel:

  • Debbie Harry- vocals
  • Chris Stein- guitar
  • Clem Burke- drums
  • Leigh Foxx – bass
  • Matt Katz-Bohen- keyboards, programming, guitar
  • Tommy Kessler- guitar
  • Paul Carbonara – guitar
  • Elliot Easton- guitar
  • Zach Condon- trumpet
  • Lauren Katz-Bohen – backing vocals
  • Professor Louie- accordion
  • Kato Khandwala – engineering, programming, guitar, keyboards
  • Chris Berens- cover art, art direction
  • Marco Martin – engineer
  • Gabriel Espinosa – engineer
  • Mark Needham- mixing
  • Will Brierre – assistant mix engineer
  • Stephen Marcussen- mastering

Track listing:

  1. D-Day – Deborah Harry, Barbara Jean Morrison, Charles W. Nieland
  2. What I Heard – Matt Katz-Bohen, Laurel Katz-Bohen
  3. Mother – Debbie Harry, Kato Khandwala, Ben Phillips
  4. The End the End – Debbie Harry, Kato Khandwala, Ben Phillips
  5. Girlie Girlie – Anthony Davis, Lloyd Douglas, Steve Golding
  6. Love Doesn’t Frighten Me – Matt Katz-Bohen, Laurel Katz-Bohen
  7. Words in My Mouth – Debbie Harry, Jean Morrison, Charles W. Nieland
  8. Sunday Smile – Zach Condon
  9. Wipe Out My Sweat – Debbie Harry, Chris Stein, Matt Katz-Bohen
  10. Le Bleu – Chris Stein, Gilles Riberolles
  11. China Shoes – Debbie Harry, Chris Stein

 

On March 24, 2010.

On March 24, 2010, James Joseph Marshall died aged 74. He was a photographer, best known for his photographs of famous rock musicians, including The Beatles (final paid live concert in San Francisco’s Candlestick Park), Led Zeppelin, Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Neil Young, Janis Joplin, Bob Dylan, Jim Morrison, The Allman Brothers Band, The Who, Guns N’ Roses and Santana. He was also the chief photographer at Woodstock.