Tracklist

Medium 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 No Particular Place to Go
Chuck Berry 5 2:44
2 At Last
Etta James 5 3:01
3 My Babe
Little Walter 2:41
4 (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
Muddy Waters 4 2:47
5 I'd Rather Go Blind
Etta James 3 2:35
6 I'm a Man
Bo Diddley 4.5 3:01
7 Smokestack Lightnin'
Howlin’ Wolf 4 3:08
8 Forty Days and Forty Nights
Muddy Waters 2:52
9 Juke
Little Walter 2:44
10 All I Could Do Is Cry
Etta James 4 2:56
11 Maybellene
Chuck Berry 3.6 2:20
12 I Can't Be Satisfied
Muddy Waters 5 2:42
13 Last Night
Little Walter 2:44
14 Nadine
Chuck Berry 2:35
15 Trust in Me
Etta James 4 3:00
16 Promised Land
Chuck Berry 2:24

Credits

Medium 1

recorded in:
Chicago, Illinois, United States (1956-01) (track 7)
electric bass guitar:
David Hood (track 5)
drums (drum set):
Roger Dawkins (drummer) (track 5)
Odie Payne (Drummer, born in 1926) (track 14)
Fred Below (1954-01-07) (track 4)
Earl Phillips (1956-01) (track 7)
Odie Payne (Drummer, born in 1926) (1964-03-26) (track 1)
trumpet:
Gene “Bowlegs” Miller (American trumpeter) (track 5)
membranophone:
Odie Payne (Drummer, born in 1926) (track 16)
Clifton James (1955-03-02) (track 6)
organ:
Carl Banks (track 5)
Dewey Oldham (track 5)
guitar:
Jimmy Johnson (Muscle Shoals rhythm section (guitar/producer)) (track 5)
Albert Lowe Jr. (track 5)
Chuck Berry (tracks 14, 16)
Robert Lockwood, Jr. (1954) (track 13)
Dave Myers (1954) (track 13)
Jimmy Rogers (blues artist) (1954-01-07) (track 4)
Muddy Waters (blues musician) (1954-01-07) (track 4)
Bo Diddley (1955-03-02) (track 6)
Chuck Berry (1955-05-21) (track 11)
Willie Johnson (Member of The Famous Flames) (1956-01) (track 7)
Hubert Sumlin (1956-01) (track 7)
Chuck Berry (1964-03-26) (track 1)
harmonica:
Little Walter (blues performer and songwriter) (1954) (track 13)
Little Walter (blues performer and songwriter) (1954-01-07) (track 4)
Billy Boy Arnold (1955-03-02) (track 6)
Howlin’ Wolf (1956-01) (track 7)
maracas:
Jerome Green (1955-03-02) (track 6)
maracas [possibly]:
Leonard Chess (1955-05-21) (track 11)
Jerome Green (1955-05-21) (track 11)
double bass:
Willie Dixon (1954-01-07) (track 4)
Willie Dixon (1955-03-02) (track 6)
Willie Dixon (1955-05-21) (track 11)
Willie Dixon (1956-01) (track 7)
saxophone:
Gene Barge (track 14)
Charles Chalmers (track 5)
Floyd Newman (track 5)
James Robinson (jazz guitarist) (track 14)
Aaron Varnell (track 5)
piano:
Johnnie Johnson (track 14)
Lafayette Leake (track 16)
Dewey Oldham (track 5)
Otis Spann (1954-01-07) (track 4)
Johnnie Johnson (1955-05-21) (track 11)
Hosea Lee Kennard (1956-01) (track 7)
tenor saxophone:
Leroy C. Davis (track 14)
James Robinson (jazz guitarist) (track 14)
arranger:
Riley Hampton (tracks 2, 15)
Rick Hall (American producer & FAME studios founder, "Father of Muscle Shoals Music") (track 5)
composer:
Willie Dixon (track 4)
McKinley Morganfield (blues musician) (track 12)
Chuck Berry (tracks 1, 11, 14)
Ellas McDaniel (track 6)
Marion Walter Jacobs (blues performer and songwriter) (track 13)
conductor:
Riley Hampton (tracks 2, 15)
lead vocals:
Chuck Berry (tracks 14, 16)
Etta James (tracks 2, 5, 15)
Chuck Berry (1955-05-21) (track 11)
Howlin’ Wolf (1956-01) (track 7)
Chuck Berry (1964-03-26) (track 1)
lyricist:
Willie Dixon (track 4)
McKinley Morganfield (blues musician) (track 12)
Chuck Berry (tracks 1, 11, 14, 16)
Ellas McDaniel (track 6)
Marion Walter Jacobs (blues performer and songwriter) (track 13)
mastering:
Erick Labson (track 16)
orchestra:
Riley Hampton Orchestra (tracks 2, 15)
producer:
Leonard Chess (tracks 2, 15)
Leonard & Phil Chess (Legendary US production duo) (tracks 1–2, 11, 14–16)
Phil Chess (tracks 2, 15)
Willie Dixon (tracks 1, 14, 16)
Chuck Berry (tracks 1, 14, 16)
Rick Hall (American producer & FAME studios founder, "Father of Muscle Shoals Music") (track 5)
recording engineer:
Rick Hall (American producer & FAME studios founder, "Father of Muscle Shoals Music") (track 5)
vocals:
Little Walter (blues performer and songwriter) (1954) (track 13)
Muddy Waters (blues musician) (1954-01-07) (track 4)
Bo Diddley (1955-03-02) (track 6)
writer:
Milton Ager (track 15)
Billy Davis (r&b producer/songwriter/performer Roquel Davis) (track 10)
Billy Foster (American singer, member of The Medallions and songwriter) (track 5)
Mack Gordon (track 2)
Berry Gordy (track 10)
Gwen Gordy (known as Gwen Gordy Fuqua since 1961) (track 10)
Ellington Jordan (track 5)
Jean Schwartz (track 15)
Harry Warren (US composer and lyricist) (track 2)
Ned Wever (track 15)
phonographic copyright by:
Geffen Records (2003) (track 11)
publisher:
68 Publishing Ltd. (track 6)
Arc Music (U.S. rock & blues publisher) (track 16)
Arc Music Corp. (U.S. rock & blues publisher) (tracks 6, 13)
Bug Music (track 12)
Watertoons Music (track 12)
was commissioned by:
Jewel Music Pub Co Ltd (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 4)
recorded at:
Universal Studios in Chicago, Illinois, United States (1955-05-21) (track 11)
FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, United States (1967-08-23) (track 5)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 18) (track 11)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 370) (track 6)
cover recording of:
At Last (1960-10) (track 2)
Trust in Me (1960-10) (track 15)
is based on:
Wabash Cannonball (track 16)
is the basis for:
I'm a Woman (track 6)
Kisjeskearl (track 16)
later parody versions:
I'm A (Modern) Man (track 6)
later translated versions:
La Terre promise (track 16)
later versions:
Maybellene (track 11)
Une terre promise (Eddy Mitchell song) (track 16)
recording of:
Nadine (Is It You?) (track 14)
Promised Land (track 16)
Last Night (1954) (track 13)
I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man (1954-01-07) (track 4)
I’m a Man (1955-03-02) (track 6)
Maybellene (1955-05-21) (track 11)
Smokestack Lightning (1956-01) (track 7)
No Particular Place to Go (1964-03-26) (track 1)
I’d Rather Go Blind (1967-08-23) (track 5)
referred to in medleys:

Release

ASIN: UK: B001JL2VCE [info]