Sunday, January 03, 2010

JANUARY 3, 2010

HAPPY BIRTHDAYS!
1918 - Maxene Andrews, singer with the Capitol Records group (1956-1959) The Andrews Sisters, is born Maxene Angelyn Andrews in Minneapolis, Minnesota
1926 - Sir George Martin CBE, pianist, music arranger and scorer, head of A&R and record producer for EMI subsidiary Parlophone Records (most assoicatied with The Goons and The Beatles), is born George Martin in Highbury, London, England. If anyone knows Sir George's middle name, or if he has or hasn't one, please leave a comment.
1941 - Van Dyke Parks, pianist, arranger, record producer, lyricist, worked with Brian Wilson on The Beach Boys' unreleased "Smile" album and other projects, is born in Hattiesburg, Michigan

ON THIS DAY IN CAPITOL RECORDS HISTORY
1942 - During two sessions held this day in Berlin, Germany Erna Sack (on vocals), with The German Opera House Orchestra of Berlin (lineup unlisted) conducted by Willy Czernik, records Donizetti's "Mad Scene From 'Lucia Di Lammermoor': Part 1" and "Mad Scene From 'Lucia Di Lammermoor': Part 2", Puccini's "They Call Me 'Mimi' (from 'La Boheme'), and Donizetti's "Recitative And Aria (From 'Linda Di Chamounix')" at the first session and Josef Strauss' "Village Swallow From Austria at the second session. Capitol Records will purchase the masters and issue the first two tracks on Sack's album "Operatic Arias (DONIZETTI/von FLOTOW)" (P-8119) the third and fourth tracks together as a single (8-80110) and the last track on Sack's album "The European Nightingale" (ECL-2500).
1946 - Jo Stafford's Capitol Records single "Symphony", with "Day By Day" on the flip side, debuts on the U.S. Pop singles charts
1947 - During a split session held in Los Angeles, California first Matt Dennis (on vocals), with Paul Weston and His Orchestra (lineup unlisted), records the tracks "Roses In The Rain" and "Linda" and then Margaret Whiting (on vocals) with Paul Weston and His Orchestra (lineup unlisted but includes flute and strings musicians) records the track "April Showers". Capitol Records will issue both of Dennis' tracks together as a single (Capitol 362) and Whiting's track on the album "Somebody Loves Me - The Music Of Buddy De Sylva" (CD-49).
60 Years Ago Today In 1950 - Paul Weston and His Orchestra (lineup unlisted), with a chorus of unlisted singers, record the instrumental backing tracks for the tracks "Part 1: Wanting You", "Part 2: Marianne", "Part 3: One Kiss", "Part 1: Love Me Tonight" and "Part 2: Only A Rose" in Los Angeles, California. On January 24 and 26, 1950 Gordon MacRae and Lucille Norman will record vocal overdubs in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue the final versions of all the tracks on the album "New Moon" (CC-217).
60 Years Ago Today In 1950 - The Jubalaires (vocalists Willie Johnson, Ted Brooks, George McFadden, and John Jennings), with The Lou Busch Trio (Busch on piano and two other unlisted musicians), record the tracks "A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes" and "The Old Piano Roll Blues" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue both tracks together as a single (Capitol 845).
60 Years Ago Today In 1950 - Tennessee Ernie Ford (on vocals), with Cliff Snyder (aka Cliffie Stone, on bass) and His Orchestra (Billy Liebert on accordion, Jimmy Bryant on electric guitar, Eddie Kirk or Red Murrell on guitar, and Wesley "Speedy" West on steel guitar), records the track "My Hobby", the (as of 2005) unissued track "Always A Bridesmaid (But Never A Bride)", and the track "(I've Got The Feed 'Em In The Morning, Change 'Em) Feed 'Em In The Evenin' Blues" at Capitol Records' Melrose Avenue studios in Hollywood, California. Capitol Records will issue the first and last tracks together as a single (Capitol 985).
60 Years Ago Today In 1950 - Clark Dennis records three unlisted tracks for The Capitol Records Transcription Service in Los Angeles, California. If anyone knows what was recorded at the session, please leave a comment.
1951 - Tex Ritter (on vocals), with Paul Sells (on accordion) and Orchestra (Harry Sims on fiddle, Jimmy Bryant and Wesley Tuttle on guitar, Wesley "Speedy" West on steel guitar, and Cliffie Stone on bass), records the tracks "You're Always Brand New", "There's No One To Cry Over Me", "My Bucket's Been Fixed", and "If I Could Steal You From Somebody Else" at Capitol Records' Melrose Avenue studios in Hollywood, California. Capitol Records will issue the first and third tracks together as a single (Capitol 1388) and the second and fourth tracks together as a single (Capitol 1453).
1951 - The Roger Wagner Chorale (with Wagner conducting unlisted singers) records Palestrina's "Missa Papae Marcelli (Pope Marcelus Maso): Sanctus", "Missa Papae Marcelli (Pope Marcelus Maso): Benedictus", "Missa Papae Marcelli (Pope Marcelus Maso): Kyrie", and rejected takes of "Missa Papae Marcelli (Pope Marcelus Maso): Credo, Part 1" and "Missa Papae Marcelli (Pope Marcelus Maso): Credo, Part 2" at Capitol Records' Melrose Avenue studios in Hollywood, California. Capitol Records will issue the first three tracks on the chorale's album "PALESTRINA - Missa Papae Marcelli" (P-8126).
1952 - Ray Anthony (on trumpet) and His Orchestra (Bruce Brukert, Dean Hinkle, Chris Griffin, Jack Laubach, and Marty White also on trumpet; Keith Butterfield, Tom Oblak, Ken Trimble, and Dick Reynolds on trombone; Earl Bergman and Jim Schneider on clarinet and alto saxophone; Bob Hardaway and Bill Usselton on tenor saxophone; Leo Anthony on alto saxophone and baritone saxophone; Fred Savarese on piano; Al Hendrickson on guitar; Billy Cronk on bass; and Archie Freeman on drums), using arrangements by George Williams, record the tracks "Swingin' In The Rain" (vocals by Marcie Miller), "I Let a Song Go Out Of My Heart" (vocals by Tommy Mercer), and "For Dancers Only" in New York City, New York. Capitol Records will issue the first two tracks together as a single (Capitol 1957) and the last track as a single (Capitol 1973) with "I Hear A Rhapsody" on the flip side.
1954 - Bob Manning (on vocals), with Nelson Riddle conducting his own arrangements to the orchestra (lineup unlisted), records the tracks "Good-Bye" and "Why Didn't You Tell Me", the (as of 2005) unissued track "Any Questions?", and the tracks "I Wasn't There With You" and "That's A-Me 'N My Love" in Los Angeles, California. California will issue the first and last tracks together as a single (Capitol 2772) and the second and fourth tracks together as a single (Capitol 2831).
55 Years Ago Today In 1955 - The Hutton Sisters (Betty Hutton and Marion Hutton), with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra (lineup unlisted) record the tracks "Ko Ko Mo (I Love You)" and "Heart Throb" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue both tracks together as a single (Capitol 3031).
55 Years Ago Today In 1955 - Merrill Moore (on vocals and piano, with Johnny Duschel on tipple, Jimmie Widener on rhythm guitar, Dave Carpenter on steel guitar, Bernie Rogers on bass, and Johnny Stokes on drums) records the tracks "Cow Cow Boogie", "Boogie My Blues Away", an (as of 2005) unissued alternate take of "Yes Indeed", a second take of "Yes Indeed" and "Rock-Rockola" at Capitol Records' Melrose Avenue studios in Hollywood, California. Capitol Records will issue "Cow Cow Boogie" and "Rock-Rockola" together as a single (Capitol 3034) and the second take of "Yes Indeed" as a single (Capitol 3140) with "One Way Door" on the flip side.
1956 - Mickey Katz (on vocals) and His Orchestra (lineup unlisted) record the tracks "Sixteen Tons", "Vus Is A Velb", "Frellach Jamboree", and "Wedding Dance" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue the first and third tracks together as a single (Capitol 3342), the second track on Katz's album "Mickey Katz And His Orchestra" (W 1307) and the last track on Katz's album "Mickey Katz Plays Music For Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs & Brisses" (T 1021).
1956 - The Four Knights (Cliff Holland and John Wallace on tenor vocals, Clarence Dixon on baritone vocals, and Oscar Broadway on bass vocals) with Frankie Carlson's Syncopaters/Septet (lineup unlisted) record the tracks "You're A Honey", "Bottle Up The Moonlight" and "Mistaken" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue the first track as a single (Capitol 3494) with "Don't Depend On Me" on the flip side as by The Four Knights with Frankie Carlson's Syncopaters and the last two tracks together as a single (Capitol 3386) as by The Four Knights with Frankie Carlson's Septet.
1956 - Les Baxter, His Chorus and Orchestra (with Baxter conducting his own arrangements to an unlisted lineup of singers and musicians) record the track "If You Can Dream", the (as of 2005) unissued track "To Love Again", and the tracks "Theme From 'Helen Of Troy'", and "The Poor People Of Paris" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue the first track on Baxter's EP "" (EAP-1-730) and the third and last tracks together as a single (Capitol 3336) which will go on to become a million seller.
1957 - June Christy (on vocals), with Pete Rugolo conducting his own arrangements to the orchestra (Vince De Rosa on French horn; Clarence Karella on tuba; Bud Shank on flute and alto saxophone; Bob Cooper on tenor saxophone; Benny Aronov on piano; Howard Roberts on guitar; Joe Mondragon on bass; Shelly Manne and Bernie Mattinson on drums and on strings: Daniel Lube, Mischa Russell, and Erno Neufeld on violins; David Sterkin on viola; and Edgar Lustgarten on cello), records the tracks "Imagination", "The Best Things For You", "It's Always You", and "When Sunny Gets Blue" at The Capitol Tower Studios in Hollywood, California. Capitol Records will issue all the tracks on Christy's album "Fair And Warmer" (T 833).
1958 - Peggy Lee (on vocals), with Nelson Riddle conducting his own arrangements to the orchestra (lineup unlisted), records the tracks "Ain't We Got Fun", "The Glory Of Love", "Jump For Joy", "Cheek To Cheek", and "Four Or Five Times" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue all the titles on Lee's album "Jump For Joy" (T 979).
1958 - Ferlin Husky (on vocals), with Bob Bain directing the orchestra (lineup unlisted), records the tracks "Breezin' Along With The Breeze", "I've Got The World On A String", "Love (Your Spell Is Everywhere)", "Love Is The Sweetest Thing" and records a new take of "I Love My Baby" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue all the tracks on Husky's album "Sittin' On A Rainbow" (T 976).
1958 - The Rio Rockers (Rusty Isabell on piano, Don Cole on guitar, and an unlisted drummer) record the instrumental track "Mexican Rock And Roll" and the track "Mexicali Baby" (with Rusty Isabell on vocals) at Porter Studios in Phoenix, Arizona. Capitol Records will issue both tracks together as a single (Capitol F3884).
1958 - Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra (with Lombardo conducting unlisted musicians) record the tracks "Till There Was You" (with vocals by Don Rodney and unlisted choir singers), "Iowa Stubborn" (with vocals by Don Rodney and unlisted choir singers), "(Puttin' On) Top Hat, White Tie and Tails" (vocals by unlisted trio of singers), "Stardust" (vocals by Kenny Garner and an unlisted trio of singers), and "Autumn Leaves" (with vocals by Don Rodney) in New York City, New York. Capitol Records will issue the first two tracks on the compilation album "Dance To "The Music Man" (T 966), the third track on Lombardo's album "Guy Lombardo With A Beat" (SXE-1843), and the last two tracks on Lombardo's album "Dancing Room Only" (T 1121).
1958 - The Immaculate Trio (lineup unlisted) records Schubert's "Trio N° 2 In E Flat Major, Opus 100, 2nd movement" at The Capitol Tower Studios in Hollywood, California. Capitol Records will issue the track on the trio's album "Trio N° 2 In E Flat Major, Opus 100" (P-8442).
1961 - Capitol Records remasters the tracks "Stout Hearted Men" (vocals by Gordon MacRae), "Lover Come Back To Me" (vocal by Lucille Norman), "Wanting You" (vocals by Gordon MacRae and Lucille Norman), "Softly As In A Morning Sunrise" (vocals by Gordon MacRae), "Moonbeams" (vocals by Gordon MacRae and Lucille Norman), "Yesterdays" (vocal by Lucille Norman), "The Touch Of Your Hand" (vocals by Gordon MacRae and Lucille Norman), "The Desert Song" (vocals by Gordon MacRae), "Song Of The Vagabonds" (vocals by Gordon MacRae), "Some Day" (vocal by Lucille Norman), "Only A Rose" (vocals by Gordon MacRae and Lucille Norman), "Vilia" (vocal by Lucille Norman), "Deep In My Heart, Dear" (vocals by Gordon MacRae and Dorothy Warenskjold), "Just We Two" (vocals by Gordon MacRae and Dorothy Warenskjold), and "I'm Falling In Love With Someone/Ah! Sweet Mystery Of Life" (vocals by Gordon MacRae/vocals by Margareta Piazza) in Los Angeles, California and will issue all the remastered track on the album "Highlights From The World's Greatest Operettas" (T 1510).
1961 - Overdubs are recorded for Alicia Adams' track "Oom-Dooby-Doom" and the unissued track "Mister Right" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue the final version of "Oom-Dooby-Doom" as a single (Capitol 4545) with "The Love Bandit" on the flip side.
1961 - The Jonah Jones Quartet (Jonah Jones on trumpet, Teddy Brannon on piano, John Brown on bass, and George Foster on drums) record the tracks "Together Wherever We Go", "Put On A Happy Face", and the (as of 2005) unissued track "The Sound Of Music" in New York City, New York. Capitol Records will issue the first two tracks on Jones' album "Broadway Swings Again" (T 1641)
1962 - The Lettermen (Jim Pike, Tony Butala, and Bob Engemann), with unlisted musicians, record the tracks "Evening Rain", "My Funny Valentine", "Through A Long And Sleepless Night", the (as of 2005) unissued track "It Happened Once Before", and the tracks "Time Was (Dueme)" and "Turn Around, Look At Me" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue the rest of the tracks on the group's album "Once Upon A Time" (T 1711).
1962 - The Piltdown Men (listed as probably directed by Ed Cobb with Jackie Kelso on tenor saxophone; Lincoln Mayorga on piano; Bob Bain on guitar; and Earl Palmer on drums) record the (as of 2005) unissued track "Agricultural Twist", the tracks "A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody" and "Big Lizard", and the (as of 2005) unissued track "Flint Stomp" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue the second and third tracks together as a single (Capitol 4703).
1963 - During two session held this day in Los Angeles, California Bobby Darin (on vocals) records the (as of 2005) unissued track "Somebody Stole My Gal" at the first session and a new (but as of 2005 unissued) take of the track "When My Baby Smiles At Me" (arranged and conducted by Jimmie Haskell), the tracks "Beautiful Dreamer" and "When You Were Sweet Sixteen", the (as of 2005) unissued track "Jealous", and the track "I Ain't Got Nobody" at the second session. Collectors' Choice Music will issue "Beautiful Dreamer", "When You Were Sweet Sixteen", and "I Ain't Got Nobody" on Darin's CD "The Unreleased Capitol Sides" (CCM 079-2).
1963 - Peggy Lee (on vocals, with Mannie Klein on trumpet; Mike Melvoin on piano; John Pisano or Al Hendrickson on guitar; Max Bennett on bass; Stan Levey on drums and other unlisted musicians) records the track "A Taste Of Honey", the (as of 2005) unissued "Try A Little Tenderness", and the track "I'm Walkin'" at The Capitol Tower Studios in Hollywood, California. Capitol Records will issue the first and last tracks on the album "I'm A Woman" (T 1857).
1963 - Jo Stafford, with Paul Weston conducting the orchestra (lineup unlisted), records the tracks "Day By Day", "Yesterdays", "No Other Love", and "I'll Be Seeing You" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue all the tracks together on Stafford's album "The Hits Of Jo Stafford" (T 1921).
45 Years Ago Today In 1964 - Onzy Matthews (on piano) and His Orchestra (Bud Brisbois, Bobby Bryant, Freddy Hill, Bob Rolfe, and Dalton Smith on trumpet; Lou Blackburn, Dick Hyde, and Horace Tapscott on trombone; Ron Smith on bass trombone; Joe Maini and Clifford Scott on alto saxophone; Curtis Amy and Clifford Solomon tenor saxophone; Jay Migliori on baritone saxophone; Ray Crawford on guitar; Jim Crutcher on bass; and Chiz Harris on drums), using arrangements by Matthews, record a new take of the track "Pensive", the (as of 2005) unissued track "Burnin'", and the tracks "Dallas Blues", "I Cover The Waterfront", "Satin Doll", and "Somethin's Cookin'" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue the rest of the tracks on Matthew's album "Blues With A Touch Of Elegance" (T 2099).
1964 - The Four Freshmen (Bob Flanigan on vocals, trombone and bass; Bill Comstock on vocals and guitar; Ross Barbour on vocals, trumpet and drums; and Ken Albers on vocals, trumpet, flugelhorn and bass) (vo)), with Jimmie Haskell conducting his own arrangements to the orchestra (lineup unlisted), record the tracks "Graduation Day", "Don't Make Me Sorry", "Tears In Our Eyes" and "My Baby's Gone" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue all the tracks on the group's album "Funny How Time Slips Away" (T 2067).
1964 - A portion of a concert by The Beatles at The Winters Garden in Bournemouth, England is broadcast as part of NBC-TV's The Jack Paar Show, marking their first appearance on a U.S. network television show
1966 - Capitol Records releases Buck Owen's single "Waitin' In Your Welfare Line" with "In The Palm Of Your Hand" on the flip side
1967 - Carl Wilson, singer and guitarist with the Capitol Records group The Beach Boys, refuses to be sworn in after receiving an induction notice from the US Army declaring himself a conscientious objector
1967 - Buck Owens (on vocals) and The Buckaroos (Don Rich on fiddle, with other unlisted musicians) record the tracks "I'll Be Swinging Too", "It Takes A Lot Of Tenderness (It Takes A Lot Of You For Me)" (vocals by Don Rich), and "Round Hole Guitar" at Buck Owens Studios in Bakersfield, California. Capitol Records will issue the first track on Owens' album "The Buckaroos Strike Again!" (T 2828), and the last two tracks on the album "America's Most Wanted Band" (SU-2722) as by Buck Owens and His Buckaroos.
1968 - Lou Rawls (on vocals), with an orchestra of unlisted musicians, records the tracks "Evil Woman", "My Son", and "My Ancestors" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue all the tracks on Rawls' album "Feelin' Good" (T 2864).
1968 - 30,000 copies of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's "Two Virgins" album are confiscated at New Jersey's Newark Airport because the full-frontal nude photo of the duo on the cover violates the state's obscenity laws
1968 - Wynn Stewart (on vocals and guitar) and The Tourists (Robert Jim Pierce on piano; Bobby Gene George on rhythm guitar; Tommy Collins and Clarence White on guitar; Ralph Eugene Mooney on steel guitar; Bob Morris on bass; and Helen "Peaches" Price-Johnson on drums) record the tracks "Something Pretty", "She Didn't Color Daddy", "Good Old Fashioned Love", and "If Tomorrow Could Be Yesterday" between 6:00pm and 9:00pm at The Capitol Tower Studios in Hollywood, California. After overdubs are recorded on February 7, 1968 Capitol Records will issue all the tracks on Stewart's album "Something Pretty" (ST 2921).
40 Years Ago Today In 1970 - George Harrison, Paul McCartney, and Ringo Starr (John Lennon is on vacation)record the track "I Me Mine" at EMI's Abbey Road Studios in London, England. This will be the last time more than one of The Beatles would record together under the group name until 1995.
1973 - Tennessee Ernie Ford, with an orchestra of unlisted musicians using arrangements by Larry Muhoberac, records the tracks "Thanks For The Mem'ries", "Farther Down The River (Where The Fishin's Good)", "Baby" (with Andra Willis on duet vocals), and "Sweet Child Of Sunshine" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue all the tracks on Ford's album "Country Morning" (ST-11205).
1973 - Capitol Records registers the masters it purchased for Tony Booth's tracks "How Long Will My Baby Be Gone", "Colors I'm Gonna Paint The Town", "Love's Gonna Live Here", "Sweethearts In Heaven", "Mirror, Mirror On The Wall", "You'll Never Miss The Water (Till The Well Runs Dry)", "Would You Settle For Roses", and "The Courage To Go Home" which were recorded at Buck Owens Studios in Bakersfield, California. Capitol Records will issue all the tracks on Booth's album "When A Man Loves A Woman (The Way That I Love You)" (ST-11160).
1977 - Taveres (lineup unlisted) records the tracks "I Wanna See You Soon" and "Whodunit" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue both tracks on the group's album "Love Storm" (STAO-11628).
1978 - During three sessions held this day in Los Angeles, California Gary Bartz (on saxophone, with other unlisted musicians), using an arrangement by Wade Marcus, records the track "Shake Your Body (It's The Joint)" at the first session, "Blue" at the second session, and "Giant Steps" at the third session. Capitol Records will issue the first track as a single (Capitol 4600) with "Love Affair" on the flip side and the last track on Bartz's album "Love Affair" (SW-11789). There is no issuing information listed for "Blue", so if anyone knows if the track has ever been issued, please leave a comment.
1979 - Zbigniew Seifert (on violin and alto saxophone, with Richie Beirach on piano, John Scofield on guitar, Eddie Gomez on bass, Jack De Johnette on drums, and Nana Vasconcelos on percussion) records the tracks "Passion", "Where Are You From", "Sunrise Music", "Pinocchio", "Singing Dunes", and "Quo Vadis" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue all the tracks on Seifert's album "Passion" (ST-11923).
1983 - Rene & Angela (aka Rene Moore and Angela Winbush) record the track "Wait Until Tonight" in (listed as possibly) Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records will issue the track on the duo's album "Rise" (ST-12267).
1986 - Paul McCartney records the track "Pretty Little Head" in England. Capitol Records will issue the track on McCartney's album "Press To Play" (JAS-12475).

ON THIS DAY NOT QUITE IN CAPITOL RECORDS HISTORY
1909 - Victor Borge, pianist, comedian, radio and television performer (co-hosted a radio show from 1946-1947 with Capitol Records artist Benny Goodman) is born Borge Rosenbaum in Copenhagen, Denmark
70 Years Ago Today In 1940 - Charlie Barnett and His Orchestra, featuring young trumpet player (and future Capitol Records arranger, conductor, and artist) Billy May, record the track "Southland Shuffle" for Bluebird Records
65 Years Ago Today In 1945 - Ray Stokes Trio records the tracks "Little Goose" and "Blues For Clarence Profit" for Black & White Records in Los Angeles, California. Black & White's catalog is currently owned by Capitol Records' parent company, EMI Music.
1961 - Liberty Records releases Johnny Burnette's fifth single "Little Boy Sad" with "(I Go) Down To The River" on the flip side. Liberty Records' catalog is currently owned by Capitol Records' parent company EMI Music
1972 - Don McLean's United Artists single "American Pie" is certified Gold by the R.I.A.A.
1981 - John Lennon’s Geffen/Lenono Music single "(Just Like) Starting Over" is still #1 on Billboard's Hot 100 Singles chart and his and Yoko Ono's Geffen/Lenono Music album "Double Fantasy" is #1 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart. Lennon's Geffen catalog is currently distributed by Capitol Records in the United States and "Double Fantasy" has been reissued on the Capitol Records label.
25 Years Ago Today In 1985 - During three sessions held this day at Music Mill Studio in Nashville, Tennessee Lane Brody (on vocals, with David Briggs, Larry Paxton, John Shane Keister, Eddie Bayers, Kenneth Bell, and Brent Rowan making unlisted contributions) records the track "Let It Be Yesterday" at the first session between 10:00am and 1:00pm, "Memory Now" at the second session between 2:00pm and 5:00pm, and "He Burns Me Up" at the third session between 6:00pm and 9:00pm. After two sessions of overdubs EMI America will issue both tracks on Brody's eponymous album "Lane Brody" (SN-16394). EMI America's catalog is currently owned by Capitol Music's parent company, EMI Music.

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