Me:nu Du Jour August 18 (EN.FR.ES)

TODAY

Eric Clapton‘s ‘One More Car, One More Rider’ is a double live album recorded on August 18 & 19, 2001 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles and released on November 5, 2002 by Duck / Reprise. >>

Yes‘ ‘Drama’ is their tenth studio album released on August 18, 1980 by Atlantic. >>

Burning Spear‘s ‘Man in the Hills’ is an albumproduced by Jack Ruby and released on August 18, 1976 by Island. >>

The Who ‘s ‘Who Are You’ is their eighth studio album (the last with drummer Keith Moon who died three weeks later) released on August 18 , 1978 by Polydor / MCA Records. >>

Bon Jovi‘ s ‘Slippery When Wet’ is their third studio album produced by Bruce Fairbairn and released on August 18, 1986 by Mercury / Vertigo Records >>

Maroon 5‘ s ‘Hands All Over’ feat. “Moves like Jagger” is their third studio album produced by Robert John “Mutt” Lange and released on August 18, 2010 by A&M/Octone Records >>

Aerosmith‘s ‘Permanent Vacation’ is their ninth studio album produced by Bruce Fairbairn and released on August 18 1987 by Geffen Records. >>

Mahavishnu Orchestra‘s ‘Between Nothingness and Eternity’ is their first live (and the last with the original line-up) album recorded on August 17–18, 1973 in Central Park, New York and released in November 1973 by C.B.S. >>

Harry Belafonte‘s ‘Calypso’ is his third studio album recorded on August 18, October 20 and November 9, 1955 and released on March 31, 2009 by RCA Victor. >>

‘Porgy and Bess’ by Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald is a studio album recorded on August 18-19 & October 14, 1957 and released the same year by Verve. >>

Kid Rock‘s ‘Devil Without a Cause’ is his fourth album released on August 18, 1998 by Atlantic >>

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Korn‘s ‘Follow the Leader’ is their third album released on August 18, 1998 by Immortal/Epic >>

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Today we wish Happy Birthday to Lebanese-born British singer Mika >> HIS BEST OF 65 MINUTES >>

TODAY (but in 1970), Bill Graham presents Santana – that is Carlos Santana (g, voc), Gregg Rolie (kb,p, lead voc), David Brown (b), Michael Shrieve (d), Jose Chepito Areas (perc) and Mike Carabello (perc, voc) – at “The Fillmore at Tanglewood” in Lenox and Stockbridge, MA >> 75 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1970), Bill Graham presents Miles Davis with Gary Bartz (s), Chick Corea (el p), Keith Jarrett (org), Dave Holland (b), Jack DeJohnette(d) and Airto Moreira (perc) at “The Fillmore at Tanglewood” in Lenox and Stockbridge, MA >> 45 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1965), you do not miss Ike & Tina Turner at TV-Show “Shindig” >> 2 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1990), Jimmy Page sits in with Aerosmith at the “Monsters of Rock” at Donington Park in England >> 8 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1965), you do not miss Billy Preston at TV-Show “Shindig” >> 2 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1991), Lou Rawls sings at “Newport Jazz Festival” in Newport, RI >> 59 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1990), Celia Cruz will join Tito Puente (timbales), Sonny Bravo (p), Bobby Rodriguez (b), Jose Madera (conga), Johnny Rodriguez (bongo), Mario Rivera (ts, fl), David “Piro” Rodriguez (tp), Papo Vazquez (tb) and Jimmy Frisura (tp) at “Newport Jazz Festival” in Newport, RI >> 52 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1994), Rachelle Ferrell performs at “Newport Jazz Festival” in Newport, RI >> 14 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2001), and tomorrow, Eric Clapton is with Andy Fairweather-Low, Steve Gadd, Nathan East, Billy Preston and David Sancious at Staples Center in Los Angeles >> 40 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2000), American artist Moby will be at Bizarre Festival in Cologne, Germany >> 91 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2013), Nine Inch Nails headlines at “Rock ‘n’ Heim Festival” in Hockenheim, Germany >> 99 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1985), German TV show “Rockpalast” will film Killing Joke‘s concert at Freilichtbühne Loreley, St. Goarshausen, Germany >> 57 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1970), The Voices of East Harlem will open for Miles Davis and Santana at “The Fillmore at Tanglewood” in Lenox and Stockbridge, MA >> 49 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1978), if in Austria, do not miss Irish rocker Rory Gallagher taped while in Vienna at “Ohne Maulkorb” on ORF >> 38 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2012), Robben Ford plays at “Morristown Jazz & Blues Festival” in Morristown, NJ >> 58 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2004), Canadian rockers Rush‘s “30th Anniversary” tour stops at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City >> 175 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2012), Slipknot ‘s “Memorial” World Tour stops at “Knotfest” in Somerset, WI >> 115 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2012), Magic Slim plays and sings in the afternoon at “Hot August Blues & Roots Music Festival” in Cockeysville, MD >> 36 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2017), English diva PJ Harvey will perform at “La Route du Rock Festival” in Saint Malo, France >> 55 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1990), Whitesnake headline at the “Monsters of Rock” at Donington Park in England >> 106 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2009), Beth Hart and band will be at the Roxy in Hollywood, CA >> 51 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2019), Metallica‘s “WorldWired” tour stops at Letňany Airport in Prague, Czech Republic >> 37 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1996), WDR program “Rockpalast” is going to tape Iggy Pop during his show at “Bizarre Festival” at Butzweiler Hof in Cologne, Germany >> 69 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2000), WDR program “Rockpalast” is going to tape Placebo during their show at “Bizarre Festival” at Flughafen Niederrhein in Weeze, Germany >> 50 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2019), The National‘s “A Special Evening with the National” tour to promote their new album “I Am Easy to Find” stops at “Pukkelpop” festival in Hasselt, Belgium >> 77 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1994), if in England, do not miss upcoming band Oasis performing two songs from their “Definitely Maybe” debut album at “MTV Most Wanted” hosted by Davina McCall >> 12 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2020), if in front of a computer, do not miss on EtheridgeTV “Cover Song Tuesday” with Melissa Etheridge taking on Annie Lennox’ “Why,” Pink’s “So What,” Beyonce’s “Halo,” Stevie Nicks’ “Edge of Seventeen” and Adele’s “Someone Like You” >> 61 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2017), if in front of a computer, do not miss onon Facebook, YouTube, etc Iron & Wine presenting their next album “Beast Epic” – that drops on the 25th – at “Pitchfork Live” from the studios at One World Trade Center in New York City >> 50 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1982), Blondie‘s “Tracks Across America” tour stops at CNE Grandstand in Toronto, ON, Canada >> 55 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2018), British legend Scritti Politti take part in the “Wassermusik-Festival” at HKW Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin, Germany >> 15 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2014), Tori Amos‘ “Unrepentant Geraldines” tour stops at the Ryman in Nashville, TN >> 38 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2013), Los Angeles punk band NOFX‘ “European 30 years tour” stops at L’Autre Canal in Nancy, France >> 75 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 2017), English singer Tom Odell‘s “No Bad Days” tour stops at Beijing Exhibition Centre Theater in Beijing, China >> 104 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1991), Domenican maestro Michel Camilo plays at “Newport Jazz Festival” in Newport, RI >> 52 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1990), Elvin Jones is with Sonny Fortuneand Pat LaBarbera (ts), Chip Jackson (b) at “Newport Jazz Festival” in Newport, RI >> 59 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1989), Mel Torme and George Shearing join forces at “Newport Jazz Festival” in Newport, RI >> 90 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1991), Jazz Futures – that is Benny Green (p), Christian McBride (b), Carl Allen (d), Marlon Jordan (tp), Tim Warfield (ts), Antonio Hart (as), Roy Hargrove (tp) and Mark Whitfield (g) – are at “Newport Jazz Festival” in Newport, RI >> 68 MINUTES >> >>

TODAY (but in 1986), James Moody (s) guests with Angel Papo Vazquez (tb), Steve Sandberg (p), Joe Santiago (b), Jerry Gonzalez & Milton Cardona (cong), Piro Rodriguez (tp) at the Village Gate in New-York City >> 19 MINUTES >> >>

August 18 in Music Photo Credit : Guitarist at Camden Lock Market – London – Photo Chris Goldberg
AUJOURD’HUI vous pourrez

Enregistré les 18 & 19 août 2001 au Staples Center Loà s Angeles, “One More Car, One More Rider” est un double album live de Eric Clapton. >>

Sorti le 18 août 1980, “Drama” est le dixième album studio du groupe anglais Yes. >>

Sorti le 18 août 1976, “Man au Hills” est un album (et celui paru jste après “Marcus Garvey”) du groupe jamaïcain Burning Spear enmené par Winston Rodney. >>

‘Who are You’ des Who est leur huitième album studio (le dernier avec batteur Keith Moon qui devait mourir trois semaines plus tard) sorti le 18 août 1978 par Polydor / MCA Records. >>

‘Slippery When Wet’ de Bon Jovi est leur troisième album studio réalisé par Bruce Fairbairn et sorti le 18 août 1986 par Mercury / Vertigo Records >>

‘Hands All Over’ de Maroon 5 où figure “Moves like Jagger” est leur troisième album studio réalisé par Robert John “Mutt” Lange et sorti le 18 août 2010 par A&M/Octone Records >>

‘Permanent Vacation’ d’Aerosmith est leur neuvième album studio réalisé par Bruce Fairbairn et sorti le 18 août 1987 par Geffen Records. >>

Enregistré les 17 & 18 août 1973 à Central Park, New York, “Between Nothingness et Eternity” est le premier album live ( et le dernier avec la formation originale) du Mahavishnu Orchestra. >>

Enregistré les 18 août, 20 octobre et 9 novembre 1955, “Calypso” est le troisième album studio de Harry Belafonte. >>

Enregistré les 18 et 19 août et le 14 octobre 1957, “Porgy et Bess” est un album studio de Louis Armstrong et Ella Fitzgerald. >>

‘Devil Without a Cause’ de Kid Rock est son quatrième album sorti le 18 août 1998 par Atlantic >>

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‘Follow the Leader’ de Korn est leur troisième album sorti le 18 août 1998 par Immortal/Epic >>

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Aujourd’hui, nous souhaitons un joyeux anniversaire au chanteur britannique d’origine libanaise Mika >> SON BEST OF 65 MINUTES >>

18 août en Musique Photo Credit : Guitarist at Camden Lock Market – London – Photo Chris Goldberg
HOY pueden

Grabado los 18 y 19 de agosto 2001 en Staples Center Los Ángeles, “One More Car, One More Rider” es un doble álbum en vivo de Eric Clapton. >>

Lanzado el 18 de agosto 1980, “Drama” es el décimo álbum de estudio del grupo inglés Yes. >>

Lanzado el 18 de agosto 1976, “Man in the Hills” es un álbum (que salió justo después de “Marcus Garvey”) del grupo jamaïcain Burning Spear y liderado por Winston Rodney. >>

Who are You’ de los Who es su octavo álbum de estudio (el último con el baterista Keith Moon que se morirá tres semanas más tarde) Lanzado el 18 de agosto 1978 por Polydor / MCA Records. >>

Slippery When Wet’ de Bon Jovi es su tercer álbum de estudio realizado por Bruce Fairbairn y Lanzado el 18 de agosto 1986 por Mercury / Vertigo Records >>

Hands All Over’ de Maroon 5 donde figura “Moves like Jagger” es su tercer álbum de estudio realizado por Robert John “Mutt” Lange y Lanzado el 18 de agosto 2010 por A&M/Octone Records >>

Permanent Vacation’ de Aerosmith es su noveno álbum de estudio dirigido por Bruce Fairbairn y lanzado el 18 de agosto de 1987 por Geffen Records. >>

Grabado los 17 y 18 de agosto 1973 en Central Park, Nueva York, “Between Nothingness and Eternity” es el primer álbum en vivo ( y el último con la formación original) del Mahavishnu Orchestra. >>

Grabado el 18 de agosto, el 20 de octubre y el 9 de noviembre 1955, “Calypso” es el tercer álbum de estudio de Harry Belafonte. >>

Grabado los 18 y 19 de agosto y el 14 de octubre 1957, “Porgy and Bess” es un álbum de estudio de Louis Armstrong y Ella Fitzgerald. >>

‘Devil Without a Cause’ de Kid Rock es su cuarto álbum lanzado el 18 de agosto de 1998 por Atlantic >>

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‘Follow the Leader’ de Korn es su tercer álbum lanzado el 18 de agosto de 1998 por Immortal/Epic >>

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Hoy le deseamos un feliz cumpleaños al cantante británico de origen libanés Mika >> SU BEST OF 65 MINUTOS >>

18 de agosto en música Photo Credit : Guitarist at Camden Lock Market – London – Photo Chris Goldberg