I have not found authoritative sources explicitly saying there were no other recordings, but all references I know point to Gould only having recorded the 5th and the 6th. The liner notes to a CD edition of the 5th and 1st movement of the 6th explain:
It is uncertain whether Gould actually intended to gradually record the Liszt transcriptions of the eight ...
Probably "Rock Me Baby" by the Animals on Animalism. Eric Burdon sounds like Jim Morrison a little.
Hendrix does a different version at Monterey, but he "quotes" the Animals version.
I've not been able to find a setting, but here is what I have found:
According to Brian W Pugh's "A Chronology Of The Life of Arthur Conan Doyle: A Detailed Account Of The Life of Arthur Conan Doyle",
"The Franklin's Maid" was published in June 1891 in "The Sun", the same year as "The White Company". The "Songs of Action" collection was published later in ...
Dale Nixon is an alias that was first use by Greg Ginn when he recorded the Bass on the album My War by the band Black Flag.
Then it has been used by:
Brian Baker, when recording Four on the Floor with Dag Nasty, because he was under contract to another record label at the time.
Dave Grohl, when recording King Buzzo with The Melvins.
Kurt Ballou, when ...
Let's not forget a musician so respected, he's often referred to simply as "The Artist", also known as:
Alexander Nevermind, Azifwekaré, Camille (3), Christopher, Crucial (7), Ecnirp, Freddie "The Phantom", Gemini (90), His Royal Badness, Jamie Starr, Joey Coco, John Lewis (23), King (34), Majesty (33), Mr. Simple (2), P. Mann, Rocker Happyfeller, Son Of A ...
There's an electronic artist called Waqs (amongst other things) who has about 33 different aliases, each alias has a separate and different work attributed to.
All (or, at least, most) aliases and works are documented in it's own discogs page, all attributed to one person.
List of some of his/her most known ...
Belgian trance producer Laurent Vérronez is also a contender with a possible 27. It looks likely that the DJ/producer world might be the place to find a winner, but Prince clearly has a strong claim.
The list below is compiled from cross-checking Discogs with NL wikipedia
Airwave, Airwave 2, Airwave 3, Cloud 69,
Cosmic Junkie, Green Martian (The),...
If you have 9, I have 10.
Richie Hawtin has 17 aliases according to discogs.com
"Buzz" Aldrin, 80xx, Childsplay (9), Chrome (7), Circuit Breaker, Concept 1, F.U.S.E., Forcept 1, Jack Master, N. Armstrong (2), Plastikman, R.H.X., Richard Michaels, Robotman, Spark (6), UP!, Xenon
Those bolded are one-off (only one work associated with that name). I count ...
Answering my own question here, but hope that someone can top this with another answer.
The BBG article also mentions "Bob Landy", "Tedham Porterhouse" and "Robert Milkwood Thomas" as Dylan aliases. American Routes blog adds "Elston Gunn", "Boo Wilbury" and "Sergei Petrov". And "Bob Dylan" is already an alias, so this makes for a score of 7.
but he is ...
Laptop plugins has a Twitter account (Denzel Freeman), also discog at Evolving Records
Wikipedia article on Chief Keef states he also goes by "Sosa", although the music credits don't seem to cross-refer to the music you mention.But Boots, from his wikipedia entry seems to do a lot of collaborations, and not all are in the spotlight.