赤玉土

赤玉土

 

ペトラの室内ケージの床材(赤玉土)を継ぎ足しました。

 

 抱卵のため毎日穴掘りをするのでバットの中の土が少しずつ減っていくんです。

土が浅いとご不満なのかストレス貯めている様子がありあり。

バットの深さは10cmほど。

ほんとはもっと深い方がいいのでしょうが、別途産卵箱を用意しないかぎり難しい。

 

赤玉土 

 

赤玉土は硬質タイプが良いです。

形崩れすると埃っぽくなりますから。見た目も悪いですし。

水を含ませることで湿度対策と埃対策になります。

給水は毎日1L。

  

赤玉土 

 

ペトラは環境が少しでも変わるのを嫌います。

床材を継ぎ足しただけですが早速拒絶反応。

ケージの中を落ち着き無く歩き回っていました。

抱卵のストレスで苦しんでいるときに追い討ちをかけるようなことは避けたいのですが、まあ仕方ない。

先日2個、卵を産みましたが、殻なしでした。中身だけ。

まだ卵があるようで穴掘りを止めません。

10日ほど拒食していてキュウリしか口にしないし。

体重は3年ぶりに1kgをきりました。

心配ですが、何もしてやれないのが辛い。

 

本日の獲物。

 

スティーリー・ダンはロックカテゴリーでしょうけどジャズテイストがあるということで。

それにしても『Gaucho』の音質は素晴らしい。

今までカーステレオなどでしか聴いてなかったからこれほどのクオリティとは知らなかった。

聴き込んでいるはずの『バビロンシスター』が始まったら思わず仰け反っちゃった。

50年代ハードバップジャズはもうちょっと音質がなんとかなるとより楽しめるのですが。

 

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Bill Evans : Interplay

Tracklist

1. You And The Night And The Music

2. When You Wish Upon A Star

3. I'll Never Smile Again

4. Interplay

5. You Go To My Head

6. Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams

Companies etc

Manufactured By – Victor Musical Industries, Inc.

Recorded At – Nola Recording Studios

Credits

Bass – Percy Heath

Design [Cover] – Ken Deardoff

Drums – Philly Joe Jones*

Engineer – Tom Nola*

Guitar – Jim Hall

Photography By [Back Liner] – Steve Schapiro

Piano – Bill Evans

Producer – Orrin Keepnews

Trumpet – Freddie Hubbard

Notes

Recorded at Nola Penthouse Studio, New York City on July 16-17, 1962  

 

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Steely Dan : Aja

Tracklist

1. Black Cow

  Backing Vocals – Clydie King, Rebecca Louis, Sherlie Matthews, Venetta Fields

  Bass – Chuck Rainey

  Clavinet – Joe Sample

  Drums – Paul Humphrey

  Electric Piano – Victor Feldman

  Guitar – Larry Carlton

  Lead Vocals, Synthesizer – Donald Fagen

  Tenor Saxophone – Tom Scott 5:07

2. Aja

  Backing Vocals – Timothy B. Schmit

  Bass – Chuck Rainey

  Drums – Steve Gadd

  Electric Piano – Joe Sample

  Guitar – Denny Dias, Larry Carlton, Walter Becker

  Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Synthesizer – Donald Fagen

  Percussion – Victor Feldman

  Piano – Michael Omartian

  Tenor Saxophone – Wayne Shorter 7:56

3. Deacon Blues

  Backing Vocals – Clydie King, Sherlie Matthews, Venetta Fields

  Bass – Walter Becker

  Drums – Bernard Purdie

  Electric Piano – Victor Feldman

  Guitar – Larry Carlton, Lee Ritenour

  Lead Vocals, Synthesizer – Donald Fagen

  Tenor Saxophone – Pete Christlieb 7:26

4. Peg

  Backing Vocals – Michael McDonald, Paul Griffin

  Bass – Chuck Rainey Clavinet – Don Grolnick

  Drums – Rick Marotta

  Electric Piano – Paul Griffin

  Guitar – Steve Khan

  Guitar [Solo] – Jay Graydon

  Lead Vocals – Donald Fagen

  Lyricon – Tom Scott Percussion – Gary Coleman, Victor Feldman 3:58

5. Home At Last

  Backing Vocals – Timothy B. Schmit

  Bass – Chuck Rainey

  Drums – Bernard Purdie

  Guitar – Larry Carlton

  Guitar [Solo] – Walter Becker

  Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Synthesizer – Donald Fagen

  Piano, Vibraphone – Victor Feldman 5:31

6. I Got The News

  Backing Vocals – Clydie King, Michael McDonald, Rebecca Louis, Sherlie Matthews,   Venetta Fields

  Bass – Chuck Rainey

  Drums – Ed Greene (2)

  Guitar – Dean Parks

  Guitar [Solo] – Larry Carlton, Walter Becker

  Lead Vocals, Synthesizer – Donald Fagen

  Piano, Vibraphone, Percussion – Victor Feldman 5:03

7. Josie

  Backing Vocals – Timothy B. Schmit

  Bass – Chuck Rainey

  Drums, Percussion – Jim Keltner

  Electric Piano – Victor Feldman

  Guitar – Dean Parks, Larry Carlton

  Guitar [Solo] – Walter Becker

  Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Synthesizer – Donald Fagen 4:30

Credits

Arranged By [Horns] – Tom Scott

Producer – Gary Katz

Written-By – Donald Fagen, Walter Becker

Notes

1st pressings have the AB-1006 matrix and came in a glossy gatefold sleeve with a glossy card lyric inner sleeve. The AB was an ABC label price-code, and approximately two weeks after the release of the album the price was raised $1.00 and subsequent pressings were AA-1006. The earliest pressings have 'KENDUN' in the run-off grooves, some AB pressings do not and have the same 1006-(RE-3) run off matrixes as the second pressings, only the AB-1006 or AA-1006 differs (initial AA-1006 pressings have a crossed out 'B'). All these pressings are on the red/yellow/orange ABC label.  

 

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Steely Dan : Gaucho

Tracklist

1. Babylon Sisters

  Arranged By [Horns] – Rob Mounsey

  Backing Vocals [Backup] – Diva Grey*, Gordon Grody, Lani Groves, Leslie Miller,   Patti Austin, Toni Wine

  Bass – Chuck Rainey

  Bass Clarinet – George Marge, Walter Kane

  Drums – Bernard Purdie

  Electric Piano, Clavinet – Don Grolnick

  Guitar – Steve Khan Percussion – Crusher Bennett*

  Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Tom Scott

  Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Randy Brecker 5:51

2. Hey Nineteen

  Backing Vocals [Backup] – Frank Floyd, Zack Sanders*

  Bass – Walter Becker

  Drums – Rick Marotta

  Electric Piano, Synthesizer – Donald Fagen

  Guitar – Hugh McCracken, Walter Becker

  Percussion – Steve Gadd, Victor Feldman 5:04

3. Glamour Profession

  Arranged By [Horns] – Tom Scott

  Backing Vocals [Backup] – Frank Floyd, Leslie Miller, Valerie Simpson, Zack    Sanders*

  Bass – Anthony Jackson

  Drums – Steve Gadd

  Electric Piano, Synthesizer – Donald Fagen

  Guitar – Steve Khan

  Percussion – Ralph McDonald*

  Piano – Rob Mounsey

  Tenor Saxophone – Michael Brecker

  Tenor Saxophone, Lyricon – Tom Scott 7:28

4. Gaucho

  Arranged By [Horns] – Tom Scott

  Backing Vocals [Backup] – Leslie Miller, Patti Austin, Valerie Simpson

  Bass – Walter Becker

  Drums – Jeff Porcaro

  Electric Piano, Synthesizer – Donald Fagen

  Guitar – Steve Khan

  Lead Guitar – Walter Becker

  Percussion – Crusher Bennett*

  Piano – Rob Mounsey

  Tenor Saxophone – Tom Scott

  Trumpet – Randy Brecker 5:32

5. Time Out Of Mind

  Alto Saxophone – David Sanborn

  Arranged By [Horns] – Rob Mounsey

  Backing Vocals [Backup] – Leslie Miller, Michael McDonald, Patti Austin, Valerie Simpson

  Baritone Saxophone – Ronny Cuber*

  Bass – Walter Becker

  Drums – Rick Marotta

  Electric Piano, Synthesizer – Donald Fagen

  Guitar – Hugh McCracken, Walter Becker

  Lead Guitar – Mark Knopfler

  Piano – Rob Mounsey

  Tenor Saxophone – Dave Tofani, Michael Brecker

  Trumpet – Randy Brecker 4:10

6. My Rival

  Arranged By [Horns] – Tom Scott

  Backing Vocals [Backup] – Frank Floyd, Valerie Simpson, Zack Sanders*

  Bass – Anthony Jackson

  Drums – Steve Gadd

  Electric Piano – Patrick Rebillot*

  Flugelhorn – Randy Brecker

  Guitar – Hiram Bullock, Rick Derringer

  Lead Guitar – Steve Khan

  Organ, Synthesizer – Donald Fagen

  Percussion – Ralph McDonald*

  Tenor Saxophone – Michael Brecker

  Tenor Saxophone, Lyricon – Tom Scott

  Timbales – Nicholas Marrero*

  Trombone – Wayne Andre 4:30

7. Third World Man

  Bass – Chuck Rainey

  Drums – Steve Gadd

  Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Steve Khan

  Electric Piano – Joe Sample

  Lead Guitar – Larry Carlton

  Synthesizer – Rob Mounsey 5:14

  Companies etc

  Pressed By – Europadisk

Credits

Arranged By [Rhythm] – Don Grolnick, Paul Griffin, Rob Mounsey, Steely Dan

Design [Assistant] – John Tom Cohoe

Design, Art Direction – Susanne Walsh

Engineer [Assistant] – Barbara Issak, Carla Bandini, Craig Goetsch, Georgie Offrell, Gerry Gabinelli, John Dougherty, John Potoker, Linda Randazzo, Marti Robertson*, Rosa Howell, Tom Greto

Engineer [Executive] – Roger Nichols

Lead Vocals – Donald Fagen

Management [Cash] – Leonard Freedman

Management [Clout] – Front Line

Management Mastered By – Robert Ludwig*

Mixed By – Elliot Scheiner

Music By, Lyrics By – Donald Fagen, Walter Becker

Photography By – René Burri (2)

Producer – Gary Katz

Sequenced By [Wendal], Effects [Wendal] – Roger Nichols

Technician [Piano Technician] – Don Farrar

Tracking By – Bill Schnee, Elliot Scheiner

Tracking By [Overdub] – Jerry Garszza*, Roger Nichols

Translated By [Italian Translation] – Victor Di Suvero

Notes

Special thanks to: Scott Luther and Fred Hull c/o Compal Copmuters Fabulous vintage electric guitars courtesy of Richard, Steven and Lawrence Friedman. Photographed for Magnum. Pressed at Europadisk, NYC, New York Printed inner sleeve, cardboard quality.  

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