Martin Bisi (born 1961) is an American producer and songwriter. He is known for recording important records by Sonic Youth, Swans, John Zorn, Material, Bill Laswell, Helmet, Unsane, The Dresden Dolls, Cop Shoot Cop, White Zombie, Boredoms, Angels of Light, . Thirlwell, and Herbie Hancock's Grammy-winning song "Rockit". Martin Bisi was born in 1961 to Argentinian parents and grew up in Manhattan
The Bridge is the second album by Swedish pop music group Ace of Base. It was composed during 1994 and 1995, and released in October 1995. It is the only Ace of Base album to feature sizable contributions of writing, production, vocals, and harmonies by all four band members, each having an important part in its creation. The album was preceded by the singles "Beautiful Life" and "Lucky Love", which had varied levels of success.
to "honor artistic achievement, technical proficiency and overall excellence in the recording industry, without regard to album sales or chart position". While the definition of "alternative" has been debated, the award was first presented in 1991 to recognize non-mainstream rock albums "heavily played on college radio stations". Two female solo artists have won the award, Sinéad O'Connor and St. Vincent; Two bands with female members, The White Stripes and Alabama Shakes, have also won the award. Chris Martin of the two-time award-winning band Coldplay (pictured in 2003). Jack White and Meg White of the three-time award-winning band The White Stripes (pictured in 2007). 2005 award winner, Wilco (pictured in 2007).
Since 1998 it has been awarded as Best Spoken Word Album. The category now also includes audio books, poetry readings and story telling. Three US Presidents have won the award: Jimmy Carter (who has won the award three times), Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, along with spoken recordings of John F. Kennedy and Franklin D. Roosevelt. Senators have won: Barack Obama, Everett Dirksen, Al Franken (won prior to his election), and Hillary Clinton (won when she was First Lady). Years reflect the year in which the Grammy Awards were handed out, for a recording released in the previous year . Lauren Bacall, Martin Landau, Jack Lemmon & Gregory Peck for Harry S Truman: A Journey to Independence.
Ricky Martin is the fifth studio album by the Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin released on Columbia Records on May 11, 1999. The album is one of the best selling albums of all time and has sold more than 22 million copies, worldwide. This album is Martin's third which marketed in the United States and is his first album in English. Ricky Martin includes the singer’s first number one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 "Livin' la Vida Loca".
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In 2002 Bisi recorded The Dresden Dolls' critically acclaimed debut album, and in 2005, mixed the surprise break-out CD by Serena Maneesh of Norway. Starting with a solo record in 1988 - Creole Mass (New Alliance/SST) - Bisi also records and performs as a singer and guitar player. Most recently in 2009, he has released a full length CD, Sirens Of The Apocalypse on Contraphonic in the US, and Danse Macabre in Germany. Also in 2009, Contraphonic released a Martin Bisi digital-only 5-song EP, Son Of A Gun, which features guests Bill Laswell, Brian Viglione of The Dresden Dolls,.
|1||Camino de la India||Martin Bisi||4:38|
|2||Get It Right||Martin Bisi||4:54|
|4||Hijos de Nadie||Martin Bisi||5:07|
|5||Rabbit Dance Martin Bisi / Sandra Seymour||Martin Bisi||5:14|
|6||The Broken Hoop Martin Bisi / Sandra Seymour||Martin Bisi||7:31|
|7||For All Our People||Martin Bisi||4:48|
|8||All Will Be Won Martin Bisi / Sandra Seymour||Martin Bisi||5:20|
CreditsMartin Bisi - Composer, Drums, Guitar, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals, Voices
Steven Cerio - Ell
Christina - Voices
Cristina - Voices
Anthony Lee - Design
Sandra Seymour - Bass, Composer, Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Producer, Vocals, Voices
Tomoyo T.L. - Design
Sherry Vigdor - Voices
Lisa Wells - Photography