Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
# Title Rating Length
A1 Introduction
0:45
A2 Honky Tonk Women
3:35
A3 Introduction
0:18
A4 Sticks and Stones
2:30
A5 Cry Me a River
3:50
A6 Bird on the Wire
6:15
B1 Feelin' Alright
5:30
B2 Superstar
4:55
B3 Introduction
0:15
B4 Let's Go Get Stoned
7:15
12" Vinyl 2
# Title Rating Length
C1 Blue Medley: (a) I'll Drown in My Own Tears, (b) When Something Is Wrong With My Baby, (c) I've Been Loving You Too Long
12:47
C2 Introduction
0:30
C3 Girl From the North Country
2:30
C4 Give Peace a Chance
4:20
D1 Introduction
0:40
D2 She Came In Thru the Bathroom Window
2:50
D3 Space Captain
4:55
D4 The Letter
4:20
D5 Delta Lady
5:35

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

bass guitar:
Carl Radle (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
trumpet:
Jim Price (horn session musician) (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
membranophone:
Jim Gordon (Drummer (Derek and the Dominos)) (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
Jim Keltner (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
membranophone and percussion:
Chuck Blackwell (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
organ:
Chris Stainton (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A5–A6, B2)
guitar:
Leon Russell (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4, B1, B4)
Don Preston (blues guitarist) (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
percussion:
Sandy Konikoff (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
piano:
Leon Russell (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A5–A6, B2)
Chris Stainton (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4, B1, B4)
tenor saxophone:
Bobby Keys (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
congas:
Bobby Torres (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
background vocals:
Nicole Barclay (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
Rita Coolidge (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B1, B4)
Bobby Jones (singer, worked with Joe Cocker) (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
Claudia Lennear (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
Daniel Moore (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
Matthew Moore (member of 1960s bands Matthew Moore Plus Four and The Moon) (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
Pamela Polland (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
Don Preston (blues guitarist) (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
Donna Washburn (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
Donna Weiss (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B2, B4)
composer:
Jo Armstead (track B4)
Leonard Cohen (track A6)
Titus Turner (track A4)
Nickolas Ashford (track B4)
Arthur Hamilton (track A5)
Dave Mason (co-founder of Traffic) (track B1)
Valerie Simpson (track B4)
engineer:
Eddie Kramer (tracks A1–B2, B4)
lead vocals:
Joe Cocker (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks A2, A4–B1, B4)
Rita Coolidge (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track B2)
lyricist:
Jo Armstead (track B4)
Leonard Cohen (track A6)
Titus Turner (track A4)
Nickolas Ashford (track B4)
Arthur Hamilton (track A5)
Dave Mason (co-founder of Traffic) (track B1)
Valerie Simpson (track B4)
mixer:
Glyn Johns (tracks A1–B2, B4)
producer:
Denny Cordell (tracks A1–B2, B4)
Leon Russell (tracks A1–B2, B4)
writer:
Bonnie Bramlett (track B2)
Henry Glover (track A4)
Mick Jagger (track A2)
Keith Richards (Rolling Stones guitarist) (track A2)
Leon Russell (track B2)
publisher:
ABKCO Music, Inc. (this is a music publisher; for release labels, please use "ABKCO") (track A2)
Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09) (track A5)
is the basis for:
Honky Tonk Men (track A2)
later parody versions:
later translated versions:
Die Beisl Hur (track A2)
Die Mädchen zuhaus (track A2)
Fugl på en snor (track A6)
Höchste Zeit (track B1)
Joet tulvimaan itke (track A5)
Noir est ta couleur (Cry Me a River) (track A5)
Pleure (track A5)
later versions:
Country Honk (track A2)
Il faut croire (track A4)
Vivre tout seul (track A6)
live cover recording of:
Bird on the Wire (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track A6)
Cry Me a River (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track A5)
Feelin’ Alright (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track B1)
Honky Tonk Women (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track A2)
Let's Go Get Stoned (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track B4)
Sticks and Stones (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track A4)
Superstar (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track B2)
referred to in medleys:
Arenature (track A5)
Opening Medley (Carpenters 1972) (track B2)
Carpenters Medley (single mix) (track B2)
The Hot Rocks Polka (track A2)

12" Vinyl 2

bass guitar:
Carl Radle (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
trumpet:
Jim Price (horn session musician) (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
membranophone:
Jim Gordon (Drummer (Derek and the Dominos)) (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
Jim Keltner (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
membranophone and percussion:
Chuck Blackwell (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
organ:
Chris Stainton (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C4, D3–D5)
organ and piano:
Chris Stainton (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track D2)
guitar:
Leon Russell (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track D2)
Don Preston (blues guitarist) (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
percussion:
Sandy Konikoff (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
piano:
Leon Russell (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D3–D5)
tenor saxophone:
Bobby Keys (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
congas:
Bobby Torres (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
additional composer:
Bonnie Bramlett (track C4)
background vocals:
Nicole Barclay (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
Rita Coolidge (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
Bobby Jones (singer, worked with Joe Cocker) (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
Claudia Lennear (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
Daniel Moore (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
Matthew Moore (member of 1960s bands Matthew Moore Plus Four and The Moon) (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
Pamela Polland (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
Don Preston (blues guitarist) (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
Donna Washburn (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
Donna Weiss (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
composer:
Isaac Hayes (track C1)
Matthew Moore (member of 1960s bands Matthew Moore Plus Four and The Moon) (track D3)
David Porter (US soul musician, producer & songwriter) (track C1)
Henry Glover (track C1)
Leon Russell (tracks C4, D5)
Bob Dylan (1963-01) (track C3)
engineer:
Eddie Kramer (tracks C1–D5)
lead vocals:
Joe Cocker (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (tracks C1, C3–C4, D2–D5)
lyricist:
Matthew Moore (member of 1960s bands Matthew Moore Plus Four and The Moon) (track D3)
Henry Glover (track C1)
Leon Russell (track D5)
Bob Dylan (1963-01) (track C3)
mixer:
Glyn Johns (tracks C1–D5)
producer:
Denny Cordell (tracks C1–D5)
Leon Russell (tracks C1–D5)
writer:
John Lennon (Beatle) (track D2)
Paul McCartney (track D2)
Jerry Butler (soul singer) (1965) (track C1)
Otis Redding (1965) (track C1)
publisher:
Warner/Chappell (1963 – 1991) (track C3)
Special Rider Music (1991 –) (track C3)
later parody versions:
Romantic Letter (track D4)
later translated versions:
Kirje (track D4)
La Fille du nord (track C3)
La carta (track D4)
Pohjan poika (track C3)
later versions:
Une lettre (track D4)
live cover recording of:
Girl of the North Country (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track C3)
Give Peace a Chance (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track C4)
She Came In Through the Bathroom Window (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track D2)
The Letter (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track D4)
live recording of:
Delta Lady (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track D5)
Space Captain (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track D3)
medley including a recording of:
Drown in My Own Tears (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track C1)
I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track C1)
When Something Is Wrong With My Baby (1970-03-27 – 1970-03-28) (track C1)