Annotation

Packaging is a 6-panel, 3-tray Digipak.

Annotation last modified on 2018-09-21 13:26 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Don’t Stop Me Now Queen 3:26
2 The Boys Are Back in Town Thin Lizzy 4.5 4:28
3 Bat Out of Hell Meat Loaf 4:45
4 Here I Go Again Whitesnake 3:53
5 Since You Been Gone Rainbow 4.15 3:17
6 More Than a Feeling Boston 4:46
7 Africa Toto 4 4:56
8 Keep On Loving You REO Speedwagon 3:22
9 We Built This City Starship 4 4:38
10 Black Betty Ram Jam 3.8 3:58
11 Sweet Home Alabama Lynyrd Skynyrd 4.65 4:44
12 I Want to Know What Love Is Foreigner 4 4:56
13 Maneater Hall & Oates 4:31
14 It Never Rains in Southern California Albert Hammond 4.35 3:52
15 Ventura Highway (live) America 4 3:46
16 Missing You John Waite 4:02
17 Eye of the Tiger Survivor 4.7 4:05
18 (I Just) Died in Your Arms Cutting Crew 4:34
19 Don’t Stop Believin’ Journey 4.25 4:08
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Ace of Spades Motörhead 2:48
2 Sharp Dressed Man ZZ Top 4.7 4:13
3 Crazy Crazy Nights KISS 4.15 3:46
4 Stay With Me Faces 4.75 4:39
5 Watching the River Flow Bob Dylan 3:35
6 Black Magic Woman Fleetwood Mac 4 2:52
7 Because the Night Patti Smith 3:23
8 White Wedding Billy Idol 3:32
9 Drive The Cars 4.15 3:56
10 Hallelujah Leonard Cohen 4.2 4:36
11 Volunteers Jefferson Airplane 4 2:04
12 Everybody’s Talkin’ Harry Nilsson 2:51
13 Drug Store Truck Drivin’ Man The Byrds 3:53
14 She’s Not There Santana 3:19
15 Breaking the Law Judas Priest 4 2:35
16 747 (Strangers in the Night) Saxon 4 3:42
17 Good Clean Fun The Allman Brothers 5:05
18 American Woman The Guess Who 4.25 3:52
19 Davy’s on the Road Again Manfred Mann’s Earth Band 3:37
20 On the Road Again Willie Nelson 2:32
CD 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Fire Kasabian 3:48
2 Alright Supergrass 4 2:58
3 Up the Junction Squeeze 4.65 3:10
4 Black and White Town Doves 4 4:17
5 Drops of Jupiter Train 4.5 4:20
6 Wherever You Will Go The Calling 4 3:27
7 Home Daughtry 4:15
8 Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm Crash Test Dummies 3.85 3:54
9 The Road Mike & the Mechanics 4:22
10 The Way It Is Bruce Hornsby & The Range 4 3:59
11 Sweet Talkin’ Woman Electric Light Orchestra 4.4 3:49
12 The Eve of the War Jeff Wayne 4:24
13 Keep on Truckin’ Hot Tuna 3:42
14 The Power of Love Huey Lewis & The News 4 3:54
15 All the Young Dudes Mott the Hoople 4.55 3:32
16 Dust in the Wind Kansas 4.35 3:27
17 American Pie Don McLean 5 4:07
18 Truckin’ Bread 3 2:31
19 I Drove All Night Roy Orbison 5 3:46

Credits

CD 1

acoustic guitar:
Timothy B. Schmit (track 7)
acoustic guitar and bass guitar:
Phil Lynott (track 2)
electric bass guitar:
Leon Wilkeson (track 11)
drums (drum set):
Bob Burns (Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer) (track 11)
Brian Downey (Thin Lizzy drummer) (track 2)
Jeffrey Porcaro (track 7)
Cozy Powell (track 5)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Steve Smith (American drummer) (track 19)
bass guitar:
Roger Glover (track 5)
David Hungate (track 7)
Ross Valory (track 19)
gong:
Jeffrey Porcaro (track 7)
recorder:
Jim Horn (saxophonist, hornist, flutist and oboist) (track 7)
synthesizer:
Steve Porcaro (track 7)
guitar:
Ritchie Blackmore (track 5)
Scott Gorham (track 2)
Brian Robertson (Thin Lizzy & Motörhead) (track 2)
Neal Schon (track 19)
Steve Lukather (track 7)
electric guitar:
Allen Collins (track 11)
Ed King (US guitarist, bassist & songwriter) (track 11)
Gary Rossington (track 11)
Steve Lukather (track 7)
percussion:
Lenny Castro (track 7)
Joe Porcaro (track 7)
keyboard:
Don Airey (track 5)
Billy Powell (track 11)
keyboard and piano:
Jonathan Cain (track 19)
David Paich (track 7)
marimba:
Joe Porcaro (track 7)
congas:
Lenny Castro (track 7)
additional engineer:
Josh Abbey (track 12)
Larry Alexander (track 12)
Jason Corsaro (track 12)
Joe Ferla (track 12)
Howie Lindeman (track 12)
additional vocals:
Jennifer Holliday (track 12)
assistant engineer:
Bobby Cohen (engineer) (track 12)
Tim Crich (track 12)
Hill Swimmer (track 17)
background vocals:
Jonathan Cain (track 19)
David Paich (track 7)
Neal Schon (track 19)
Merry Clayton (track 11)
Donnie Harper (track 12)
Bobby Kimball (track 7)
Clydie King (track 11)
Steve Lukather (track 7)
Timothy B. Schmit (track 7)
Ross Valory (track 19)
choir vocals:
composer:
Mark Leonard (track 16)
Chas Sandford (track 16)
Russ Ballard (track 5)
Dewey Bunnell (track 15)
Nick Van Eede (track 18)
Daryl Hall (track 13)
Mick Jones (Foreigner/Spooky Tooth, worked in France) (track 12)
Phil Lynott (track 2)
John Oates (track 13)
Jim Steinman (track 3)
John Waite (track 16)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 10)
engineer:
Al Kooper (track 11)
Phil Bonnano (track 17)
Mike Clink (track 17)
Gary Edwards (producer, engineer) (track 5)
Frank Filipetti (track 12)
lead vocals:
David Paich (track 7)
Steve Perry (former lead singer of Journey) (track 19)
Ronnie Van Zant (track 11)
Bobby Kimball (track 7)
Phil Lynott (track 2)
lyricist:
Sara Allen (track 13)
Russ Ballard (track 5)
Dewey Bunnell (track 15)
Nick Van Eede (track 18)
Daryl Hall (track 13)
Mick Jones (Foreigner/Spooky Tooth, worked in France) (track 12)
Phil Lynott (track 2)
John Oates (track 13)
Jim Steinman (track 3)
John Waite (track 16)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 10)
miscellaneous support:
Ronnie Van Zant (tracks 11, 11)
mixer:
Greg Ladanyi (track 7)
performer:
Tom Bailey (Thompson Twins) (track 12)
producer:
John Alcock (producer) (track 2)
Kevin Elson (track 19)
Roger Glover (track 5)
Al Kooper (track 11)
Jim Peterik (track 17)
Alex Sadkin (track 12)
Mike Stone (producer 60’s–80’s) (track 19)
Frankie Sullivan (US guitarist and songwriter, member of Survivor) (track 17)
Toto (US rock group) (track 7)
Mick Jones (Foreigner/Spooky Tooth, worked in France) (track 12)
recording engineer:
Al Schmitt (track 7)
vocals:
Graham Bonnet (British rock vocalist) (track 5)
writer:
Jonathan Cain (track 19)
David Coverdale (track 4)
Albert Hammond (track 14)
Mike Hazlewood (track 14)
Ed King (US guitarist, bassist & songwriter) (track 11)
Dennis Lambert (track 9)
Bernie Marsden (track 4)
Martin Page (track 9)
David Paich (track 7)
Steve Perry (former lead singer of Journey) (track 19)
Jim Peterik (track 17)
Jeffrey Porcaro (track 7)
Gary Rossington (track 11)
Neal Schon (track 19)
Frankie Sullivan (US guitarist and songwriter, member of Survivor) (track 17)
Bernie Taupin (track 9)
Ronnie Van Zant (track 11)
Peter Wolf (Austrian classical/jazz composer/producer, keyboards for Zappa) (track 9)
phonographic copyright by:
UMG Recordings, Inc. (Universal Music Group's legal name in the US) (1974) (track 11)
Mercury Records Limited (not for release label use!) (1976) (track 2)
CBS Records Inc. (for rights/distribution/manufacture use only; international subsidiary of CBS, Inc.) (1977) (track 10)
Polydor Records Inc. (1979) (track 5)
Universal Records Inc. (not for release label use! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.) (1979) (track 5)
CBS Records Inc. (for rights/distribution/manufacture use only; international subsidiary of CBS, Inc.) (1981) (track 19)
Columbia Records (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Music Entertainment, only use for manufacturing/distribution and copyright holding) (1981) (track 19)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1981) (track 19)
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (1982) (track 7)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1982) (track 7)
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US) (1984) (track 12)
CBS Schallplatten GmbH (1990) (track 10)
Rhino Entertainment Company (not for release label use!) (2009) (track 12)
Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited (not for release label use! post-2008 subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment) (2016) (track 17)
publisher:
April Music Inc. (track 14)
Easy Action Music (track 17)
Everpop Songs (track 16)
Fallwater Music (track 16)
Hustler Inc. (track 11)
Leeds Music Corp. (track 11)
Little Mole Music (track 9)
Markmeem (track 16)
PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (temporary comment for merge; renamed Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. circa 1998) (track 2)
Quartet Music Inc. (track 16)
Rising Storm Music (track 7)
Sony Music Publishing (worldwide except Japan, ended 1995) (track 16)
Sony/ATV Melody (track 17)
Spirit Two Music (track 7)
WATANABE MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. (Japanese publisher, 1962–present) (track 4)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (tracks 4, 15–17)
Warner Brothers Music Ltd. (UK subsidiary, so named between 1970/01/23–1971/04/26 and 1972/04/25–1988/08/23) (track 12)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) ( – ????) (track 4)
ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (tracks 15, 19)
Fujipacific Music inc. (– 2014-12-31) (track 12)
Yamaha Music Publishing (– 2017-03-31) (track 17)
Fujipacific Music, Inc. (2015-01-01 –) (track 12)
Yamaha Music Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (holding company - do not use as release label) (2017-04-01 –) (track 17)
additionally recorded at:
mixed at:
recorded at:
mash-ups:
Sweet Home California (2Pac feat. Dr. Dre vs Lynyrd Skynyrd) by FAROFF & Burst'n (track 11)
Tiger by Neil Cicierega (track 17)
sampled by:
Anything by JoJo (track 7)
Fatal Fight by Benjamin Bear feat. MC Gigahertz (track 17)
Home Sweet Home by Rev Run (track 11)
In My Life by Memphis Bleek (track 12)
Murder Reigns by Ja Rule (track 7)
New World by Nas (track 7)
One of Them by Merciless (track 17)
Raise the Roof by Girl Talk (track 17)
Rock the Beat by LMFAO (track 17)
Sexy Gal by Shaggy (track 17)
[untitled] by Chuck Person (track 7)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 398) (track 11)
arrangements:
Adesso (translated) (track 12)
cover recording of:
Black Betty (track 10)
is the basis for:
All Summer Long (track 11)
Sold Out Alabama (track 11)
We Built This City (track 9)
later parody versions:
Anteater (track 13)
I Have to Die First (track 17)
Spameater (track 13)
Sweet Grind Alabama (track 11)
Sweet Oholibamah (track 11)
Vista Drivers (track 17)
later translated parody versions:
Miña terra galega (track 11)
later translated versions:
Gemmas wieda an (track 2)
Mitä rakkaus on (track 12)
Prätkä ja tie (track 5)
live recording of:
Ventura Highway (track 15)
recording of:
Africa (Toto) (track 7)
Bat Out of Hell (track 3)
Don’t Stop Believin’ (Journey song) (track 19)
Eye of the Tiger (track 17)
Here I Go Again (track 4)
Maneater (track 13)
Missing You (track 16)
Sweet Home Alabama (track 11)
We Built This City (track 9)
referred to in medleys:
4 Chords (Unicante 2013 version) (tracks 7, 19)
Rocky (track 17)

CD 2

electric bass guitar:
Joe Hill (track 2)
Ian Hill (UK bassist for Judas Priest) (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 15)
drums (drum set):
Kenney Jones (drummer for Small Faces, Faces, and The Who) (track 4)
Frank Beard (ZZ Top drummer) (track 2)
Dave Holland (British rock drummer) (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 15)
bass guitar:
Ronnie Lane (track 4)
guitar:
Ron Wood (UK guitarist, member of The Rolling Stones) (track 4)
electric guitar:
William Gibbons (track 2)
Kenneth Downing (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 15)
Glenn Tipton (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 15)
percussion:
Frank Beard (ZZ Top drummer) (track 2)
Wurlitzer electric piano:
Ian McLagan (track 4)
additional recording engineer:
John Smith (US recording engineer) (track 10)
arranger:
John Lissauer (track 10)
The Guess Who (Canadian rock band) (track 18)
assistant engineer:
Lee Friedman (track 10)
assistant recording engineer:
Ed Schnabl (track 18)
Russ Vestuto (track 18)
composer:
Roger McGuinn (track 13)
Gram Parsons (track 13)
Rod Argent (track 14)
Frank Beard (ZZ Top drummer) (track 2)
Leonard Cohen (track 10)
Bob Dylan (track 5)
William Gibbons (track 2)
Peter Green (former member of Fleetwood Mac) (track 6)
Joe Hill (track 2)
Ric Ocasek (track 9)
Robbie Robertson (tracks 19, 19)
John Simon (US producer, arranger, composer, songwriter and musician) (tracks 19, 19)
Bruce Springsteen (1977) (track 7)
engineer:
Louis Austin (engineering) (track 15)
Terry Manning (US recording engineer) (track 2)
lead vocals:
Paul Stanley (KISS frontman) (track 3)
Rod Stewart (track 4)
Leonard Cohen (track 10)
Rob Halford (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 15)
lyricist:
Rod Argent (track 14)
Frank Beard (ZZ Top drummer) (track 2)
Leonard Cohen (track 10)
Bob Dylan (track 5)
William Gibbons (track 2)
Peter Green (former member of Fleetwood Mac) (track 6)
Joe Hill (track 2)
Ric Ocasek (track 9)
Robbie Robertson (tracks 19, 19)
John Simon (US producer, arranger, composer, songwriter and musician) (tracks 19, 19)
Patti Smith (1977) (track 7)
Bruce Springsteen (1977) (track 7)
mixer:
Leanne Ungar (track 10)
Ron Nevison (1987-06 – 1987-07) (track 3)
producer:
Tom Allom (track 15)
The Cars (track 9)
Faces (successor of "Small Faces", members Rod Stewart, Ron Wood) (track 4)
Bill Ham (track 2)
Glyn Johns (track 4)
Bob Johnston (American record producer) (track 13)
John Lissauer (track 10)
Ron Nevison (track 3)
Jack Richardson (track 18)
publisher:
Bruce Springsteen (track 7)
recording engineer:
Brian Christian (track 18)
Nigel Green (track 9)
Leanne Ungar (track 10)
vocals:
William Gibbons (track 2)
Joe Hill (track 2)
Jennifer Warnes (track 10)
writer:
Gregg Allman (track 17)
Randy Bachman (Canadian guitarist, singer & songwriter) (track 18)
Marty Balin (track 11)
Dickey Betts (track 17)
Biff Byford (track 16)
Petros Christo (track 15)
Burton Cummings (track 18)
Steve Dawson (UK bassist for Saxon) (track 16)
Kenneth Downing (track 15)
Michael Ehré (track 15)
Gus G. (track 15)
Pete Gill (track 16)
Rob Halford (track 15)
Jim Kale (track 18)
Paul Kantner (track 11)
Bob Katsionis (track 15)
Adam Mitchell (Scottish-Canadian songwriter) (track 3)
Johnny Neel (track 17)
Graham Oliver (Blues Rock, Hard Rock, UK) (track 16)
Apollo Papathanasio (track 15)
Garry Peterson (Canadian drummer for The Guess Who) (track 18)
Paul Quinn (Saxon guitarist) (track 16)
Paul Stanley (KISS frontman) (track 3)
Rod Stewart (track 4)
Glenn Tipton (track 15)
Ron Wood (UK guitarist, member of The Rolling Stones) (track 4)
phonographic copyright by:
CBS Records (manufacturer/distributor) (1980) (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) (1984) (track 10)
PolyGram Records, Inc. (not for release label use! US division of PolyGram) (1987) (track 3)
publisher:
Bad Monk Publishing (track 10)
Bocu Music Ltd. (track 14)
Bourne Music Ltd. (track 6)
Carlin Music Corp. (track 9)
Cirrus Musik (track 18)
Dunbar Music Inc. (track 18)
Lido Music, Inc. (track 9)
Marquis Music Ltd. (track 14)
Marquis Songs USA (track 14)
Parker Music (track 14)
Songs of Mosaic (track 2)
Sony/ATV Music LLC (track 10)
Sony/ATV Songs LLC (track 10)
大洋音楽 (track 3)
Big Sky Music (1971 –) (track 5)
mixed at:
Can-Am Recorders in Tarzana, Los Angeles, California, United States (1987-06 – 1987-07) (track 3)
recorded at:
RCA's Mid-America Recording Center (Chicago, 1935-1969) in Chicago, Illinois, United States (track 18)
Startling Studios (Tittenhurst Park) in Ascot, Windsor and Maidenhead, England, United Kingdom (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 15)
karaoke versions:
American Woman by [unknown] (track 18)
music videos:
Breaking the Law (music video) by Judas Priest (track 15)
cover recording of:
She’s Not There (track 14)
is the basis for:
Another Hallelujah (track 10)
later parody versions:
Breaking the Law (parody by A.O.K.) (track 15)
Breaking the Law (parody by Кирилл Немоляев) (track 15)
Smart Blest Man (track 2)
Trenky dolů (track 15)
later translated parody versions:
Humppalaki (track 15)
Ryhtivaliohumppa (track 2)
Tore machen (track 15)
later translated versions:
Aleluya (version in Spanish) (track 10)
Al·leluia (track 10)
Brich das Gesetz (track 15)
Chameleon (track 15)
Haleliwia (track 10)
Halleluja (Swedish) (track 10)
Halleluja (Dutch) (track 10)
Halleluja (Danish translation of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah) (track 10)
Halleluja (Hungarian) (track 10)
Halleluja (Finnish) (track 10)
Hallelujah (German) (track 10)
Hallelujah (Spanish) (track 10)
Hallelujah (Frisian, Western) (track 10)
L’ange Djibril (track 10)
Neiche Schoin (track 2)
She’s Not There (Japanese version) (track 14)
ハレルヤ (track 10)
later versions:
recording of:
American Woman (track 18)
Because the Night (track 7)
Black Magic Woman (track 6)
Crazy Crazy Nights (track 3)
Drive (track 9)
Good Clean Fun (track 17)
Sharp Dressed Man (track 2)
Stay With Me (track 4)
Volunteers (track 11)
Drug Store Truck Drivin’ Man (1968-10-08) (track 13)
Breaking the Law (1980-01 – 1980-02) (track 15)
Hallelujah (1984) (track 10)
referred to in medleys:
Bel’s Boys Medley (track 14)
Hooked on Polkas (track 2)

CD 3

acoustic guitar:
Don McLean (1971-05-26) (track 17)
Kerry Livgren (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
Rich Williams (guitarist of Kansas) (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
violin [violins]:
Robby Steinhardt (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
drums (drum set):
Danny Goffey (track 2)
Bill Gibson (US drummer for Huey Lews & the News) (track 14)
Phil Ehart (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
bass guitar:
Mario Cipollina (track 14)
Mick Quinn (track 2)
Dave Hope (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
viola:
Robby Steinhardt (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
chimes:
Phil Ehart (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
membranophone:
Roy Markowitz (1971-05-26) (track 17)
pedal steel guitar [pedals]:
Rich Williams (guitarist of Kansas) (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
synthesizer:
Steve Walsh (original lead singer of Kansas) (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
synthesizer [synthesizers]:
Kerry Livgren (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
organ:
Steve Walsh (original lead singer of Kansas) (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
Clavinet:
Kerry Livgren (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
guitar:
Johnny Colla (track 14)
Gaz Coombes (track 2)
Chris Hayes (US rock guitarist & singer (Huey Lewis & The News)) (track 14)
harmonica:
Huey Lewis (track 14)
bass:
Bob Rothstein (1971-05-26) (track 17)
banjo:
Don McLean (1971-05-26) (track 17)
electric piano:
Ray Colcord (1971-05-26) (track 17)
vibraphone:
Mike Mainieri (1971-05-26) (track 17)
Steve Walsh (original lead singer of Kansas) (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
timpani:
Phil Ehart (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
electric guitar:
David Spinozza (1971-05-26) (track 17)
Kerry Livgren (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
Rich Williams (guitarist of Kansas) (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
percussion:
Bill Gibson (US drummer for Huey Lews & the News) (track 14)
Roy Markowitz (1971-05-26) (track 17)
percussion [additional percussion]:
Phil Ehart (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
Kerry Livgren (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
Steve Walsh (original lead singer of Kansas) (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
keyboard:
Rob Coombes (track 2)
Sean Hopper (track 14)
saxophone:
Johnny Colla (track 14)
piano:
Martin Rebelski (track 4)
Paul Griffin (American pianist, session musician) (1971-05-26) (track 17)
Kerry Livgren (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
Steve Walsh (original lead singer of Kansas) (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
marimba:
Mike Mainieri (1971-05-26) (track 17)
additional engineer:
Terry Diane Becker (engineer) (track 16)
Michael Christopher (engineer) (track 14)
Phil Kaffel (track 14)
Malcolm Pollack (track 14)
additional recording engineer:
David Vartanian (track 8)
arranger:
David Bowie (track 15)
Kansas (US prog rock band) (track 16)
art direction:
Tom Drennon (track 16)
assistant engineer:
Rob Beaton (track 14)
Alex Haas (Trance remixer/producer. Member of Cypher 7) (track 14)
Tom Size (US audio engineer) (track 14)
background vocals:
Danny Goffey (track 2)
Mick Quinn (track 2)
Robby Steinhardt (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
Steve Walsh (original lead singer of Kansas) (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
choir vocals:
West 44th Street Rhythm and Noise Choir (1971-05-26) (track 17)
composer:
Jeff Lynne (track 11)
Sergio Pizzorno (track 1)
Glenn Tilbrook (track 3)
David Bowie (track 15)
Jimi Goodwin (track 4)
B.R. Hornsby (track 10)
Kerry Livgren (track 16)
Don McLean (track 17)
Brad Roberts (of Crash Test Dummies) (track 8)
Jeff Wayne (musician) (track 12)
Andy Williams (of Doves) (track 4)
Jez Williams (track 4)
engineer:
Tom Flye (track 17)
Mack (track 11)
John Cornfield (track 2)
Terry Becker (engineer) (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
Jeff Glixman (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
lead vocals:
Gaz Coombes (track 2)
Ian Hunter (Mott the Hoople) (track 15)
Steve Walsh (original lead singer of Kansas) (1977-06 – 1977-07) (track 16)
librettist:
Doreen Wayne (track 12)
lyricist:
Jeff Lynne (track 11)
Sergio Pizzorno (track 1)
David Bowie (track 15)
Chris Difford (track 3)
Jimi Goodwin (track 4)
B.R. Hornsby (track 10)
Kerry Livgren (track 16)
Don McLean (track 17)
Brad Roberts (of Crash Test Dummies) (track 8)
Jeff Wayne (musician) (track 12)
Andy Williams (of Doves) (track 4)
Jez Williams (track 4)
mixer:
Sam Williams (Producer & musician. Ex-member of The Animalhouse) (track 2)
John Cornfield (track 2)
Chris Lord‐Alge (track 6)
Robert Missbach (track 14)
producer:
Bob Clearmountain (track 14)
Crash Test Dummies (track 8)
Jerry Harrison (Talking Heads) (track 8)
Jellybean (US producer John Benitez) (track 14)
Huey Lewis and the News (American pop rock band) (track 14)
Jeff Lynne (tracks 11, 19)
Squeeze (UK new wave band) (track 3)
Sam Williams (Producer & musician. Ex-member of The Animalhouse) (track 2)
John Wood (UK producer) (track 3)
David Bowie (track 15)
Jeff Glixman (1977-06) (track 16)
recording engineer:
Jim Gaines (track 14)
Robert Missbach (track 14)
vocals:
Johnny Colla (track 14)
Chris Hayes (US rock guitarist & singer (Huey Lewis & The News)) (track 14)
Huey Lewis (track 14)
Bill Gibson (US drummer for Huey Lews & the News) (track 14)
Sean Hopper (track 14)
Don McLean (1971-05-26) (track 17)
Bob Rothstein (1971-05-26) (track 17)
writer:
Alex Band (track 6)
Charlie Colin (track 5)
Johnny Colla (track 14)
Gaz Coombes (track 2)
Danny Goffey (track 2)
James Griffin (soft rock singer/songwriter/guitarist) (track 18)
Chris Hayes (US rock guitarist & singer (Huey Lewis & The News)) (track 14)
Rob Hotchkiss (track 5)
Aaron Kamin (track 6)
Tom Kelly (songwriter) (track 19)
Huey Lewis (track 14)
Pat Monahan (track 5)
Sergio Pizzorno (track 1)
Mick Quinn (track 2)
Robb Royer (track 18)
Jimmy Stafford (member of Train) (track 5)
Billy Steinberg (track 19)
Scott Underwood (Drummer for Train) (track 5)
phonographic copyright by:
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (1972) (track 15)
Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008; do not use if a specific sub-label is available) (1972) (track 15)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1977) (track 11)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1977) (track 11)
BMG Music Canada Inc. (1993) (track 8)
Columbia Records (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Music Entertainment, only use for manufacturing/distribution and copyright holding) (2001) (track 5)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (2005) (track 11)
Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited (not for release label use! post-2008 subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment) (2009) (track 1)
publisher:
Benny Bird Co. Inc. (track 17)
Blue Lamp Music (track 5)
Chrysalis Music Ltd. (music publisher) (track 15)
EMI April Music Inc. (tracks 5, 11)
EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (tracks 5, 11)
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 1, 15)
EMI Songs Ltd. (track 11)
Huey Lewis Music (track 14)
Kinda Blue Music (track 14)
MCA Music (not for release label use! this is a music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (track 17)
MCA Publishing Ltd. (track 17)
PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (temporary comment for merge; renamed Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. circa 1998) ( – ????) (track 8)
RZO Music Ltd (track 15)
Universal (plain logo: “Universal”) (track 17)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (Hong Kong/China subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 17)
Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998) (track 8)
Universal Records (1996–2005 American pop label – “RECORDS” must be a part of the logo!) (track 17)
Yamaha Music Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (holding company - do not use as release label) (track 14)
Zappo Music (1986 –) (track 10)
mixed at:
The Village (alternate branding of The Village Recorder in West LA since 1990s) in Los Angeles, California, United States (1977-08) (track 16)
recorded at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States (track 14)
The Plant Studios (1981-2008) in Sausalito, California, United States (track 14)