Tracklist

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CD 1: The Vietnam Backbeat
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is a Season) The Byrds 3:35
2 California Dreamin’ The Mamas & the Papas 4.4 2:39
3 Time of the Season The Zombies 3:33
4 You Really Got Me The Kinks 4.3 2:14
5 On the Road Again Canned Heat 3.5 5:01
6 Kicks Paul Revere and The Raiders 2:23
7 Do You Believe in Magic The Lovin’ Spoonful 5 2:06
8 Sooner or Later The Grass Roots 2:41
9 Rescue Me Fontella Bass 5 2:54
10 The Beat Goes On Sonny & Cher 4.65 3:29
11 Five O’Clock World The Vogues 2:08
12 Mercy, Mercy, Mercy The Buckinghams 1 2:48
13 Nowhere to Run Martha and the Vandellas 5 2:57
14 Are You Ready? Pacific Gas & Electric 5:47
15 In‐A‐Gadda‐Da‐Vida Iron Butterfly 4 2:54
16 Shotgun Jr. Walker & the All Stars 3:05
17 Different Drum The Stone Poneys 4 2:38
18 Universal Soldier Donovan 2:13
19 Daydream Believer The Monkees 5 2:57
CD 2: There'll Be a "Love-In" There
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Somebody to Love Jefferson Airplane 4.5 2:58
2 San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair) Scott McKenzie 3.75 2:58
3 Brown Eyed Girl Van Morrison 3.2 3:04
4 Happy Together The Turtles 4.65 2:55
5 Son of a Preacher Man Dusty Springfield 4.4 2:27
6 Along Comes Mary The Association 2:49
7 Mr. Tambourine Man The Byrds 4.25 2:18
8 Incense and Peppermints Strawberry Alarm Clock 5 2:48
9 (I Know) I’m Losing You The Temptations 4 2:29
10 You Were on My Mind We Five 2:36
11 Hurdy Gurdy Man Donovan 5 3:17
12 Crimson and Clover Tommy James & The Shondells 3:29
13 When a Man Loves a Woman Percy Sledge 4.6 2:57
14 A Groovy Kind of Love The Mindbenders 3 1:58
15 I Got You Babe Sonny & Cher 4.2 3:08
16 Try a Little Tenderness Otis Redding 3:19
17 A Whiter Shade of Pale Procol Harum 4.25 4:01
18 Reflections Diana Ross & The Supremes 2:52
19 Groovin’ The Young Rascals 2:29
20 Aquarius / Let the Sunshine In The 5th Dimension 4.4 4:48
CD 3: Message & Meaning
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Get Together The Youngbloods 3.5 4:38
2 Time Has Come Today The Chambers Brothers 4 4:52
3 Magic Carpet Ride Steppenwolf 4.45 4:26
4 The Spinning Wheel Blood, Sweat & Tears 4 4:05
5 Signs Five Man Electrical Band 3:02
6 Casey Jones Grateful Dead 4 4:26
7 Sky Pilot, Part 1 The Animals 3:04
8 War Edwin Starr 4.1 3:21
9 Ball of Confusion (That’s What the World Is Today) The Temptations 5 4:04
10 The Fish Cheer & I‐Feel‐Like‐I’m‐Fixin’‐to‐Die Rag Country Joe and the Fish 3:42
11 People Get Ready The Impressions 4 2:40
12 Laughing The Guess Who 4 2:43
13 I Fought the Law The Bobby Fuller Four 5 2:18
14 Crystal Blue Persuasion Tommy James & The Shondells 4.5 4:03
15 Everybody’s Talkin’ Nilsson 4 2:44
16 With God on Our Side Manfred Mann 4:23
17 In the Year 2525 (Exordium & Terminus) Zager & Evans 4 3:16
18 Eve of Destruction Barry McGuire 4.5 3:35
19 Abraham, Martin and John Dion 3:19
20 He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother The Hollies 4.35 4:19

Credits

CD 1: The Vietnam Backbeat

acoustic guitar:
Kenny Edwards (Bryndle/Stone Poneys/Linda Ronstadt) (track 17)
Bernie Leadon (track 17)
Al Viola (track 17)
violin:
Nathan Kaproff (track 19)
George Kast (track 19)
Alex Murray (violinist) (track 19)
Erno Neufeld (track 19)
drums (drum set):
Jimmy Gordon (Drummer (Derek and the Dominos)) (track 17)
Eddie Hoh (track 19)
Mick Avory (1964-08) (track 4)
bass guitar:
Pete Quaife (Kinks' bass guitarist) (1964-08) (track 4)
trumpet:
Pete Candoli (track 19)
Al Porcino (track 19)
Manuel Stevens (track 19)
membranophone:
Benny Benjamin (US drummer) (1964) (track 16)
tambourine:
Jack Ashford (1964) (track 16)
organ:
Victor Thomas (keyboardist) (1964) (track 16)
guitar:
Michael Nesmith (track 19)
P.F. Sloan (track 2)
Eddie Willis (1964) (track 16)
Willie Woods (US guitarist & songwriter) (1964) (track 16)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Dave Davies (lead guitarist, backing (and occasional lead) singer for The Kinks) (1964-08) (track 4)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Ray Davies (UK singer/songwriter, member of The Kinks) (1964-08) (track 4)
harmonica:
Ray Davies (UK singer/songwriter, member of The Kinks) (1964-08) (track 4)
bass:
Chip Douglas (track 19)
Lyle Ritz (track 17)
James Jamerson (1964) (track 16)
percussion:
William E. Martin (track 19)
keyboard:
Ray Davies (UK singer/songwriter, member of The Kinks) (1964-08) (track 4)
piano:
Peter Tork (track 19)
harpsichord:
Don Randi (track 17)
bass trombone:
Richard Leith (trombonist) (track 19)
Phil Teele (track 19)
horn and strings arranger:
Shorty Rogers (trumpet) (track 19)
tenor saxophone:
Junior Walker (1964) (track 16)
trombone:
Richard Noel (trombonist) (track 19)
additional piano:
Perry Ford (1964-08) (track 4)
arranger:
Phil Wright (track 9)
background vocals:
Micky Dolenz (track 19)
Willie Woods (US guitarist & songwriter) (1964) (track 16)
composer:
Michael Nesmith (track 17)
Rod Argent (track 3)
Sonny Bono (track 10)
Ray Davies (UK singer/songwriter, member of The Kinks) (track 4)
Douglas Lloyd Ingle (track 15)
Floyd Jones (blues performer and songwriter) (track 5)
Allen Reynolds (track 11)
John Sebastian (track 7)
John Stewart (singer-songwriter (Kingston Trio)) (track 19)
Alan Wilson (Canned Heat member) (track 5)
Autry De Walt (track 16)
Lamont Dozier (track 13)
Brian Holland (Motown producer & songwriter) (track 13)
Junior Walker (track 16)
Josef Zawinul (jazz and fusion keyboard player) (track 12)
Pete Seeger (1959) (track 1)
conductor:
Harold Battiste (track 10)
engineer:
Peter Abbott (US recording engineer) (track 17)
Bones Howe (track 2)
John Krause (engineer) (track 17)
Stan Ross (Recording engineer) (track 10)
lead vocals:
Fontella Bass (track 9)
Davy Jones (The Monkees member) (track 19)
Junior Walker (1964) (track 16)
Ray Davies (UK singer/songwriter, member of The Kinks) (1964-08) (track 4)
lyricist:
Michael Nesmith (track 17)
Rod Argent (track 3)
Sonny Bono (track 10)
Ray Davies (UK singer/songwriter, member of The Kinks) (track 4)
Eddie Holland (Motown songwriter, lyricist of Holland‐Dozier‐Holland songwriting team) (track 13)
Douglas Lloyd Ingle (track 15)
Floyd Jones (blues performer and songwriter) (track 5)
Allen Reynolds (track 11)
John Sebastian (track 7)
John Stewart (singer-songwriter (Kingston Trio)) (track 19)
Alan Wilson (Canned Heat member) (track 5)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 1)
performer:
Linda Ronstadt (track 17)
producer:
Lou Adler (track 2)
Billy Davis (r&b producer/songwriter/performer Roquel Davis) (track 9)
Chip Douglas (track 19)
Shel Talmy (track 4)
Nick Venet (track 17)
Sonny Bono (track 10)
Raynard Miner (track 9)
Carl Smith (Songwriter and producer) (track 9)
solo alto flute:
Bud Shank (track 2)
writer:
Charlie Allen (Pacific Gas & Electric vocalist) (track 14)
Autry De Walt (track 16)
John Hill (U.S. composer, producer, and songwriter) (track 14)
Raynard Miner (track 9)
John Phillips (The Mamas & The Papas) (track 2)
Michelle Phillips (track 2)
Carl Smith (Songwriter and producer) (track 9)
phonographic copyright by:
UMG Recordings, Inc. (Universal Music Group's legal name in the US) (1965) (track 9)
Liberty Records (1968) (track 5)
publisher:
Chris Marc Music (track 10)
Cotillion (track 10)
Cotillion Music, Inc. (BMI) (track 10)
Jay Boy (track 4)
MCA Music Publishing (renamed since c. 1996 as Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 2)
Richt & Slezak OHG (track 2)
Screen Gems–EMI Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI) (tracks 17, 19)
Trousdale Music (track 2)
Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (track 2)
Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 10)
Mainstay Music, Inc. (1968) (track 3)
engineered at:
recorded at:
Hitsville (Motown Records) in Detroit, Michigan, United States (1964) (track 16)
Pye Studios in London, England, United Kingdom (1964-08) (track 4)
Western Recorders (@ 6000 Sunset Blvd., part of United Western Recorders studio complex 1957–1985) in Los Angeles, California, United States (1965) (track 2)
DJ-mixes:
edits:
Are You Ready? (single version) by Pacific Gas & Electric (track 14)
Rescue Me by Fontella Bass (track 9)
has remixes:
Daydream Believer (Listen to the Band remix) by The Monkees (track 19)
mash-ups:
music videos:
sampled by:
Daydream by KatazTrophee (track 19)
part of:
TV Cream: Real 100 Best Singles Ever (number: 39) (order: 41) (track 19)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 82) (order: 81) (track 4)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 89) (order: 88) (track 2)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 216) (order: 215) (track 7)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 359) (order: 357) (track 13)
cover recording of:
Different Drum (track 17)
Mercy, Mercy, Mercy (track 12)
later parody versions:
He Really Got Mad (track 4)
In a Gadda Da Vida (track 15)
Riley Martin Dreaming (parody for Riley Martin) (track 2)
later translated parody versions:
Potkintahumppa (track 4)
later translated versions:
Cwympo Mae Y Dail (track 2)
De eeuwige soldaat (track 18)
Der ewige Soldat (track 18)
Kalajoen hiekat (track 2)
La Terre promise (California Dreamin') (track 2)
Palkkasoturi (track 18)
Soldat i universum (track 18)
Tants kestab veel (track 10)
Zo maar een soldaat (track 18)
later versions:
De ma vie (track 9)
Mercy, Mercy, Mercy (with lyrics) (track 12)
Zo maar een soldaat (track 18)
recording of:
Are You Ready? (track 14)
Kicks (track 6)
Nowhere to Run (track 13)
On the Road Again (track 5)
Rescue Me (track 9)
Time of the Season (track 3)
Shotgun (1964) (track 16)
You Really Got Me (1964-08) (track 4)
California Dreamin’ (1965) (track 2)
The Beat Goes On (1967) (track 10)
Daydream Believer (1967-06-14 – 1967-08-09) (track 19)
referred to in medleys:
More Stars (12″ mix) (12″ mix, duration: ~11:56 on vinyl, ~11:38 on cd) (track 2)
Polkas on 45 (order: 7) (track 15)
Hitler Was a Vegetarian (order: 11) (track 15)

CD 2: There'll Be a "Love-In" There

recorded in:
Muscle Shoals, Alabama, United States (1966-02-17) (track 13)
London, England, United Kingdom (1968) (track 11)
acoustic guitar:
Donovan Leitch (Scottish singer, songwriter and guitarist) (1968) (track 11)
Hammond organ:
Matthew Fisher (UK organist for Procol Harum/Prairie Madness) (track 17)
drums (drum set):
Hal Blaine (track 20)
Michael Clarke (drummer for the 1960s rock group The Byrds) (track 7)
Roger Hawkins (1966-02-17) (track 13)
Spencer Dryden (1966-10-31 – 1966-11-22) (track 1)
Gary Chester (studio drummer and educator) (1967-03-28) (track 3)
Clem Cattini (1968) (track 11)
Gene Chrisman (1968-09) (track 5)
bass guitar:
David Knights (track 17)
Eric Gale (1967-03-28) (track 3)
Tommy Cogbill (1968-09) (track 5)
farfisa [farfisa organ]:
Spooner Oldham (1966-02-17) (track 13)
organ:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor) (1967-03-28) (track 3)
guitar:
Ray Royer (track 17)
Marlin Greene ('60s teen artist, writer & engineer) (1966-02-17) (track 13)
Al Gorgoni (1967-03-28) (track 3)
Hugh McCracken (1967-03-28) (track 3)
David Crosby (track 7)
Van Morrison (1967-03-28) (track 3)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Jorma Kaukonen (1966-10-31 – 1966-11-22) (track 1)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Paul Kantner (1966-10-31 – 1966-11-22) (track 1)
guitar and sitar:
Reggie Young (guitarist and songwriter) (1968-09) (track 5)
bass:
Joe Osborne (track 20)
Jack Casady (1966-10-31 – 1966-11-22) (track 1)
John Paul Jones (UK rock musician of Led Zeppelin & Them Crooked Vultures) (1968) (track 11)
Chris Hillman (track 7)
electric piano and organ:
Bobby Emmons (1968-09) (track 5)
double bass:
Albert Lowe Jr. (1966-02-17) (track 13)
electric guitar:
Allan Holdsworth (1968) (track 11)
Jimmy Page (1968) (track 11)
brass and strings arranger:
Arif Mardin (track 5)
brass arranger:
Tom Dowd (track 5)
percussion:
Hal Blaine (track 20)
tambura:
Donovan Leitch (Scottish singer, songwriter and guitarist) (1968) (track 11)
12 string guitar:
Jim McGuinn (track 7)
additional writer:
Ed King (US guitarist, bassist & songwriter) (track 8)
Mark Weitz (track 8)
arranger:
Bob Alcivar (tracks 20, 20)
Bill Holman (tracks 20, 20)
Bones Howe (tracks 20, 20)
John Paul Jones (UK rock musician of Led Zeppelin & Them Crooked Vultures) (track 11)
assistant producer:
Ann McClelland (track 20)
background vocals:
The Sweet Inspirations (1967-03-28) (track 3)
The Sweet Inspirations (1968-09) (track 5)
composer:
Tandyn Almer (track 6)
Sonny Bono (track 15)
Donovan Leitch (Scottish singer, songwriter and guitarist) (tracks 11, 11)
John Phillips (The Mamas & The Papas) (track 2)
Sylvia Tyson (track 10)
Bob Dylan (1964-02 – 1964-04) (track 7)
Gary Brooker (track 17)
Lamont Dozier (track 18)
Matthew Fisher (UK organist for Procol Harum/Prairie Madness) (track 17)
Cornelius Grant (track 9)
Brian Holland (Motown producer & songwriter) (track 18)
Galt MacDermot (Canadian composer, pianist and writer of musical theatre) (tracks 20, 20)
Van Morrison (track 3)
Slick (track 1)
Norman Whitfield (track 9)
Harry M. Woods (American 1920/30s songwriter) (track 16)
conductor:
Gene Orloff (1968-09) (track 5)
engineer:
Ed Kollis (track 5)
Bones Howe (track 20)
guest drums (drum set):
Bill Eyden (track 17)
lead vocals:
Grace Slick (1966-10-31 – 1966-11-22) (track 1)
Van Morrison (1967-03-28) (track 3)
lyricist:
Tandyn Almer (track 6)
Sonny Bono (track 15)
James Campbell (British songwriter and music publisher) (track 16)
Reginald Connelly (track 16)
Donovan Leitch (Scottish singer, songwriter and guitarist) (tracks 11, 11)
Eddie Holland (Motown songwriter, lyricist of Holland‐Dozier‐Holland songwriting team) (tracks 9, 18)
John Phillips (The Mamas & The Papas) (track 2)
James Rado (US actor, playwright, director, writer & composer) (tracks 20, 20)
Gerome Ragni (tracks 20, 20)
Keith Reid (track 17)
Darby Slick (track 1)
Sylvia Tyson (track 10)
Bob Dylan (1964-02 – 1964-04) (track 7)
Van Morrison (1967) (track 3)
performer:
Van Morrison (1967-03-28) (track 3)
Billy Davis, Jr. (track 20)
Florence LaRue (track 20)
Marilyn McCoo (track 20)
Lamonte McLemore (track 20)
Ron Townson (track 20)
The Turtles (late 60s US rock band) (track 4)
producer:
Lou Adler (track 2)
Bert Russell Berns (track 3)
Denny Cordell (track 17)
Tom Dowd (track 5)
Marlin Greene ('60s teen artist, writer & engineer) (track 13)
Quin Ivy (track 13)
Arif Mardin (track 5)
Terry Melcher (track 7)
Mickie Most (English record producer) (track 11)
Jerry Wexler (track 5)
Rick Jarrard (1966-10-31 – 1966-11-22) (track 1)
John Phillips (The Mamas & The Papas) (track 2)
Lamont Dozier (track 18)
Brian Holland (Motown producer & songwriter) (track 18)
Norman Whitfield (track 9)
Bones Howe (track 20)
recording engineer:
Brooks Arthur (track 3)
David Hassinger (1966-11-03) (track 1)
sound engineer:
Bones Howe (track 20)
vocals:
David Crosby (track 7)
Chris Hillman (track 7)
Jim McGuinn (track 7)
Dusty Springfield (track 5)
Sonny Bono (1965) (track 15)
Cher (1965) (track 15)
Percy Sledge (1966-02-17) (track 13)
Marty Balin (1966-10-31 – 1966-11-22) (track 1)
Paul Kantner (1966-10-31 – 1966-11-22) (track 1)
Donovan Leitch (Scottish singer, songwriter and guitarist) (1968) (track 11)
Gary Brooker (track 17)
vocals arranger:
Bob Alcivar (track 20)
writer:
Carole Bayer Sager (track 14)
Garry Bonner (track 4)
Eddie Brigati (track 19)
John Carter (worked for Capitol Records, relaunched Tina Turner's career with Private Dancer) (track 8)
Felix Cavaliere (American singer, songwriter, record producer, and musician) (track 19)
Tim Gilbert (track 8)
Alan Gordon (American songwriter who co-wrote The Turtles' hit "Happy Together") (track 4)
John Hurley (track 5)
Tommy James (track 12)
Calvin Lewis (track 13)
Pete Lucia (track 12)
Galt MacDermot (Canadian composer, pianist and writer of musical theatre) (track 20)
James Rado (US actor, playwright, director, writer & composer) (track 20)
Gerome Ragni (track 20)
Ronnie Wilkins (track 5)
Toni Wine (track 14)
Andrew Wright (US keyboardist) (track 13)
phonographic copyright by:
H.H.O. Ltd (music licensing) (track 13)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1965) (track 7)
WEA International Inc. (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor for the world outside of the US) (1965) (track 15)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1967) (tracks 2–3)
White Whale (late 60s/early 70s California) (1967) (track 4)
Charly Records (1968) (track 3)
Mercury Records Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1968) (track 5)
Biem (international rights organization representing member societies from 58 countries) (1992 – 1993) (track 13)
Stemra (Netherlands rights society for composers and music publishers) (1992 – 1993) (track 13)
publisher:
Alley Music Corp. (track 4)
Artist Alliance (track 3)
Belsize Music Ltd. (track 17)
Blossom Music Ltd. (track 7)
Chris Marc Music (track 15)
Cotillion Music (BMI) (track 15)
EMI Music Publishing Germany GmbH (2008-today) (track 14)
EMI Robbins Catalog Inc. (ASCAP) (track 16)
Irving Music (BMI) (track 1)
Mijac Music (track 13)
Onward Music Ltd. (track 17)
Robbins Music Corp. (track 16)
Rondor Music (track 1)
Screen Gems-EMI (USA, affiliated with BMI) (track 14)
Slacsar (track 19)
Sony/ATV Songs LLC (track 5)
Universal MCA Music Publishing (US film music publisher) (track 2)
Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (track 2)
Universal Music Publishing (Use ONLY if no country-specific information is available) (track 3)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 3)
Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 7)
Warner Brothers Music Ltd. (UK subsidiary, so named between 1970/01/23–1971/04/26 and 1972/04/25–1988/08/23) (track 7)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 13)
Warner/Chappell (track 13)
Web IV Music Inc. (track 3)
Yamaha Music Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (holding company - do not use as release label) (track 1)
Warner/Chappell (1964 – 1992) (track 7)
Pronto Music (1966 –) (track 13)
Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (1966 –) (track 13)
Special Rider Music (1992 –) (track 7)
recorded at:
Norala Studio in Sheffield, Alabama, United States (1966-02-17) (track 13)
additionally sampled by:
has remixes:
karaoke versions:
Happy Together by [unknown] (track 4)
mash-ups:
music videos:
sampled by:
Car Thief by Beastie Boys (track 11)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 54) (order: 54) (track 13)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 57) (order: 57) (track 17)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 109) (order: 108) (track 3)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 240) (order: 238) (track 5)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 274) (order: 272) (track 1)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 444) (order: 442) (track 15)
arrangements:
cover recording of:
You Were on My Mind (track 10)
Mr. Tambourine Man (1965) (track 7)
A Groovy Kind of Love (1965-12) (track 14)
is based on:
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (Air on the G string) (track 17)
is the basis for:
One More Time (track 20)
later parody versions:
Happy to Get Her (track 4)
Sunni & Cher (track 15)
Ylihärmä (track 2)
later translated parody versions:
later translated versions:
Aquarius (Finnish version) (track 20)
Aquarius (Czech version) (track 20)
Bleib bei mir, Babe (I Got You Babe) (track 15)
Bruuni Ouge (track 3)
Io ho in mente te (track 10)
Io ho in mente te (track 10)
Je t’aime trop, toi (I Got You Babe) (track 15)
Mr. Tambourine Man (Bengali) (track 7)
San Francisco (track 2)
Vsako jutro (track 10)
Wasserkopf (track 20)
Wassermann (track 20)
比翼鳥 (track 2)
later versions:
Along Comes Mary (Bloodhound Gang version) (track 6)
Mijn gedachten (track 17)
Oh, My Lord Jesus (track 7)
Soli si muore (track 12)
live recording of:
Hurdy Gurdy Man (track 11)
Along Comes Mary (1967-06-16) (track 6)
medley including a recording of:
Aquarius (from “Hair”) (track 20)
Let the Sunshine In (track 20)
medley of:
1. Aquarius (from “Hair”) (track 20)
2. The Flesh Failures (Let the Sunshine In) (from “Hair”) (track 20)
part of:
Hair (1967 musical) (track 20)
recording of:
Crimson & Clover (track 12)
Groovin’ (track 19)
Reflections (track 18)
I Got You Babe (1965) (track 15)
When a Man Loves a Woman (1966-02-17) (track 13)
Somebody to Love (Jefferson Airplane song) (1966-10-31 – 1966-11-22) (track 1)
Happy Together (1967) (track 4)
Brown Eyed Girl (1967-03-28) (track 3)
Hurdy Gurdy Man (1968) (track 11)
Son of a Preacher Man (1968-09) (track 5)
referred to in medleys:
More Stars (12″ mix) (12″ mix, duration: ~11:56 on vinyl, ~11:38 on cd) (track 2)

CD 3: Message & Meaning

drums (drum set):
Mickey Hart (drummer for The Grateful Dead) (track 6)
Bill Kreutzmann (track 6)
membranophone and percussion:
Bobby Colomby (track 4)
recorder and trombone:
Jerry Hyman (trombone player) (track 4)
pedal steel guitar:
Jerry Garcia (track 6)
flute, organ, piano and trombone:
Dick Halligan (track 4)
guitar:
Bob Weir (track 6)
Jerry Garcia (track 6)
guitar and harmonica:
Steve Katz (guitarist for Blood, Sweat & Tears) (track 4)
harmonica:
bass:
Jim Fielder (Bassist with Blood, Sweat & Tears) (track 4)
Phil Lesh (track 6)
banjo:
Jerry Garcia (track 6)
percussion:
Mickey Hart (drummer for The Grateful Dead) (track 6)
Bill Kreutzmann (track 6)
keyboard:
alto saxophone and piano:
Fred Lipsius (track 4)
flugelhorn and trumpet:
Al Rubin (track 4)
Lew Soloff (track 4)
additional composer:
Bob Dylan (1963) (track 16)
Dominic Behan (1957) (track 16)
additional lyricist:
Bobby Clancy (1961) (track 16)
Liam Clancy (1961) (track 16)
Patrick "Paddy" Clancy (1961) (track 16)
Tom Clancy (singer) (1961) (track 16)
Bob Dylan (1963) (track 16)
arranger:
Fred Lipsius (track 4)
Dick Holler (track 19)
audio engineer:
David Greene (engineer recording, mixing) (track 12)
Elliot Scheiner (track 12)
composer:
Sonny Curtis (track 13)
Les Emmerson (track 5)
Rick Evans (track 17)
Curtis Mayfield (track 11)
Fred Neil (track 15)
Chet Powers (track 1)
P.F. Sloan (track 18)
Jerry Garcia (track 6)
Barrett Strong (track 9)
Norman Whitfield (track 9)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 16)
Dick Holler (1968) (track 19)
engineer:
Fred Catero (track 4)
Roy Halee (track 4)
Alembic (Instrument makers & sound consultants) (track 6)
Betty Cantor (track 6)
Grateful Dead (track 6)
Bob Matthews (track 6)
lead vocals:
Jerry Garcia (track 6)
lyricist:
Sonny Curtis (track 13)
Les Emmerson (track 5)
Rick Evans (track 17)
Dick Holler (track 19)
Robert Hunter (American lyricist, non-performing member of the Grateful Dead) (track 6)
Curtis Mayfield (track 11)
Fred Neil (track 15)
Chet Powers (track 1)
P.F. Sloan (track 18)
performer:
Edwin Starr (track 8)
producer:
Alembic (Instrument makers & sound consultants) (track 6)
Betty Cantor (track 6)
Grateful Dead (track 6)
Bob Matthews (track 6)
Ron Richards (track 20)
Jack Richardson (track 12)
David Rubinson (track 2)
vocals:
Bobby Colomby (track 4)
Dick Halligan (track 4)
Steve Katz (guitarist for Blood, Sweat & Tears) (track 4)
Phil Lesh (track 6)
Bob Weir (track 6)
Jerry Garcia (track 6)
writer:
Randy Bachman (Canadian guitarist, singer & songwriter) (track 12)
Vic Briggs (track 7)
Eric Burdon (track 7)
Joseph Chambers (The Chambers Brothers) (track 2)
Willie Chambers (track 2)
Burton Cummings (track 12)
Eddie Gray (track 14)
Tommy James (track 14)
Barry Jenkins (track 7)
John Kay (lead singer of Steppenwolf) (track 3)
Danny McCulloch (track 7)
Rushton Moreve (track 3)
Bob Russell (US songwriter/lyricist Sidney Keith “Bob” Russell) (track 20)
Bobby Scott (vocals, piano, US musician & producer) (track 20)
Mike Vale (Slovenian house & tech-house DJ/producer based in Marburg) (track 14)
John Weider (track 7)
Barrett Strong (track 8)
Norman Whitfield (track 8)
phonographic copyright by:
The Hollies Ltd. (1969 – 1970) (track 20)
Motown Record Corporation (1970) (track 9)
RCA Records (not for release label use! for the imprint, please use “RCA” instead) (1975) (track 12)
publisher:
Acuff-Rose Pub. (track 13)
Heath Levy Music (track 20)
Irving Music (BMI) (track 1)
Irving Music, Inc. (track 1)
M. Witmark & Sons (track 16)
Mijac Music (track 11)
Music Sales Corporation (American copyright holder in both popular and classical music) (track 20)
Regent Music (BMI) (track 19)
Third Palm Music (track 15)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 11)
Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 11)
ミュージック・セールス (Japan, subsidiary of Shinko Music Entertainment) (track 20)
Warner/Chappell (1963 – 1991) (track 16)
Special Rider Music (1991 –) (track 16)
recorded at:
A & R Studios (Second studio, 799 7th Avenue) in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (track 12)
earliest release:
has remixes:
Casey Jones (2001 remix) by Grateful Dead (track 6)
Everybody’s Talkin’ (studio remix) by Nilsson (track 15)
mash-ups:
Push 'Em Up by E-603 (track 9)
Wah by Neil Cicierega (track 8)
sampled by:
Big Willie by Run‐D.M.C. (track 4)
Get Down by G‐Unit (track 4)
People Movin’ by The Shoes with Primary 1 (track 9)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 24) (order: 24) (track 11)
New York Post: 100 Greatest Covers (2007) (number: 51) (order: 51) (track 15)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 175) (order: 174) (track 13)
cover recording of:
I Fought the Law (track 13)
He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother (1969-06-25) (track 20)
War (1970-05-15) (track 8)
is the basis for:
Right Now (track 1)
later parody versions:
I Fought the Lawn (track 13)
Lions (track 5)
Sinning Will (track 4)
Som'muv'velii (track 20)
later translated parody versions:
Apporte de l'eau (track 13)
later translated versions:
Ce monde absurde (Eve of Destruction) (track 18)
Freunde (track 20)
Für C. (track 11)
J'ai joué et puis j'ai perdu (I Fought the Law) (track 13)
L'An 2005 (In the Year 2525) (track 17)
Mighty Mighty Love (track 17)
Pitkän tien pää (track 4)
With God on Our Side (Dzongkha) (track 16)
兄弟の誓い (Japanese version) (track 20)
later versions:
Vieille fille (track 4)
recording of:
Casey Jones (Grateful Dead song) (track 6)
Laughing (track 12)
Magic Carpet Ride (track 3)
People Get Ready (track 11)
Signs (track 5)
Sky Pilot (track 7)
Spinning Wheel (track 4)
Eve of Destruction (1965) (track 18)
Time Has Come Today (1967-08-09) (track 2)
referred to in medleys:
More Stars (12″ mix) (12″ mix, duration: ~11:56 on vinyl, ~11:38 on cd) (track 18)
version of:
The Patriot Game (version with altered lyrics by the Clancy Brothers) (track 16)

Release

executive producer:Garson Foos
Richard Foos
TJ Lubinsky
ASIN:US: B0007SL3AG [info]