Annotation

Label: UTV - Catalog #: 000070402

Annotation last modified on 2005-11-14 10:13 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Cross Road Blues
Robert Johnson 2:39
2 Muddy Water (A Mississippi Moan)
Bessie Smith 3:09
3 Devil Got My Woman
Skip James 3:00
4 Evil (Is Going On)
Howlin’ Wolf 2:54
5 (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
Muddy Waters 4 2:51
6 Boom Boom
John Lee Hooker 2:32
7 Death Letter Blues
Son House 4:21
8 Hard Times (No One Knows Better Than I)
Ray Charles 2:55
9 I'd Rather Go Blind
Etta James 3 2:36
10 The Thrill Is Gone
B.B. King 4.5 5:26
11 All Your Love
John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers 3:34
12 One Good Man
Janis Joplin 4 4:10
13 Red House
The Jimi Hendrix Experience 4 3:51
14 One Way Out (live)
The Allman Brothers Band 4 5:00
15 Pride and Joy
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble 5 3:40
16 Am I Wrong
Keb’ Mo’ 3 2:20
17 Just Won't Burn
Susan Tedeschi 4 4:44
18 Voodoo Music
Los Lobos 3:23
19 Vietnam Blues
Cassandra Wilson 4:33
20 Round & Round
Bonnie Raitt 2 3:40
21 I Pity the Fool (live)
Robert Cray & Shemekia Copeland 5:02

Credits

CD 1

recorded in:
United States (1931) (track 3)
San Antonio, Texas, United States (1936-11-27) (track 1)
clarinet:
Buster Bailey (1927-03-02) (track 2)
Coleman Hawkins (1927-03-02) (track 2)
electric bass guitar:
Berry Oakley (track 14)
cornet:
Joe Smith (American jazz trumpeter/cornetist) (1927-03-02) (track 2)
drums:
Benny Benjamin (track 6)
Jaimoe (track 14)
Herbie Lovelle (track 10)
Butch Trucks (track 14)
Fred Below (1954-01-07) (track 5)
organ:
Paul Harris (keyboardist/pianist session player) (track 10)
guitar:
Duane Allman (track 14)
Dickey Betts (track 14)
John Lee Hooker (track 6)
Hugh McCracken (track 10)
Robert Johnson (1930s blues legend) (1936-11-27) (track 1)
Jimmy Rogers (blues artist) (1954-01-07) (track 5)
Muddy Waters (blues musician) (1954-01-07) (track 5)
B.B. King (1969-06-24 – 1969-06-25) (track 10)
harmonica:
Little Walter (blues performer and songwriter) (1954-01-07) (track 5)
bass:
James Jamerson (track 6)
banjo:
Charlie Dixon (Jazz banjoist) (1927-03-02) (track 2)
electric piano:
Paul Harris (keyboardist/pianist session player) (track 10)
double bass:
Willie Dixon (1954-01-07) (track 5)
piano:
Paul Harris (keyboardist/pianist session player) (track 10)
Joe Hunter (track 6)
Fletcher Henderson (1927-03-02) (track 2)
Otis Spann (1954-01-07) (track 5)
tenor saxophone:
Hank Crosby (track 6)
trombone:
Jimmy Harrison (1927-03-02) (track 2)
composer:
Willie Dixon (tracks 4–5)
John Lee Hooker (track 6)
Janis Joplin (track 12)
Harry Richman (track 2)
Stevie Ray Vaughan (track 15)
Peter de Rose (track 2)
Jimi Hendrix (track 13)
Robert Johnson (1930s blues legend) (track 1)
Skip James (1931) (track 3)
engineer:
Aaron Baron (track 14)
Larry Dahlstrom (track 14)
Eddie Kramer (track 13)
lead vocals:
Etta James (track 9)
B.B. King (track 10)
lyricist:
Willie Dixon (tracks 4–5)
John Lee Hooker (track 6)
Janis Joplin (track 12)
Stevie Ray Vaughan (track 15)
Jimi Hendrix (track 13)
Robert Johnson (1930s blues legend) (track 1)
Jo Trent (track 2)
Skip James (1931) (track 3)
performer:
Eric Clapton (track 11)
producer:
Tom Dowd (track 14)
Don Law (track 1)
vocals:
John Lee Hooker (track 6)
Bessie Smith (1927-03-02) (track 2)
Robert Johnson (1930s blues legend) (1936-11-27) (track 1)
Muddy Waters (blues musician) (1954-01-07) (track 5)
writer:
Willie Dixon (tracks 18, 20)
Billy Foster (American singer, member of The Medallions and songwriter) (track 9)
Elmore James (track 14)
Ellington Jordan (track 9)
J.B. Lenoir (tracks 18, 20)
Marshall E. Sehorn (track 14)
Sonny Boy Williamson (Aleck "Sonny Boy Williamson" Miller, 1899-1965) (track 14)
Rick Darnell (1951) (track 10)
Roy Hawkins (1951) (track 10)
phonographic copyright by:
Island Def Jam Music Group (use “Island” or “Def Jam Recordings” labels rather than this record company) (2003) (track 14)
publisher:
produced at:
CBS Studios (London, 1964 - 1967) in London, England, United Kingdom (1966-12-13) (track 13)
recorded at:
Fillmore East in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1971-06-27) (track 14)
remasters:
cover recording of:
Round and Round (track 20)
Voodoo Music (track 18)
is the basis for:
Last Night in Texas (track 14)
later translated versions:
Bom Bom Bom (track 6)
Tee mit Rum (track 6)
live cover recording of:
One Way Out (1971-06-27) (track 14)
recording of:
Devil Got My Woman (track 3)
Evil (track 4)
One Good Man (track 12)
Pride and Joy (track 15)
Red House (track 13)
The Thrill Is Gone (1951 blues song) (track 10)
Muddy Water (1927-03-02) (track 2)
Cross Road Blues (aka 'Crossroads') (1936-11-27) (track 1)
I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man (1954-01-07) (track 5)
Boom Boom (1961) (track 6)
I’d Rather Go Blind (1967-08-23) (track 9)