Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Burning Down the House
Tom Jones with The Cardigans 3 3:41
2 Mama Told Me Not to Come
Tom Jones with Stereophonics 2 3:02
3 Are You Gonna Go My Way
Tom Jones with Robbie Williams 3:27
4 All Mine
Tom Jones with The Divine Comedy 4:02
5 Sunny Afternoon
Tom Jones with Space 3:28
6 I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone
Tom Jones with James Dean Bradfield 3:40
7 Sexbomb
Tom Jones with Mousse T. 3:34
8 You Need Love Like I Do
Tom Jones with Heather Small 3:52
9 Looking Out My Window
Tom Jones with The James Taylor Quartet 3:22
10 Sometimes We Cry
Tom Jones with Van Morrison 5:03
11 Lust for Life
Tom Jones with The Pretenders 3:43
12 Little Green Bag
Tom Jones with Barenaked Ladies 3:51
13 Ain't That a Lot of Love
Tom Jones with Simply Red 2:44
14 She Drives Me Crazy
Tom Jones with Zucchero 3:35
15 Never Tear Us Apart
Tom Jones with Natalie Imbruglia 3:10
16 Baby, It's Cold Outside
Tom Jones with Cerys from Catatonia 3:43
17 Motherless Child
Tom Jones with Portishead 5:11

Credits

CD 1

acoustic guitar:
Mick Cox (Guitarist) (track 10)
Hammond organ:
Lutz Krajenski (track 7)
Willy South (keyboard player) (track 14)
James Taylor (UK keyboardist) (track 9)
bass guitar:
Laurence Cottle (track 13)
Steve Pearce (tracks 10, 16)
Guy Pratt (track 14)
Paul Turner (UK bassist for Jamiroquai) (tracks 3, 8, 15)
bass guitar and guitar:
Fil Eisler (track 3)
Adrian Utley (track 17)
bass guitar and piano:
Guy Pratt (track 11)
bass guitar and horn:
Peter Hinterthür (track 7)
bass guitar, electronic drum set, guitars and keyboard:
Ed Baden Powell (track 9)
trumpet:
Stuart Brooks (track 3)
Duncan McKay (UK trumpeter, member of Primal Scream) (track 8)
Kevin Robinson (Redskins trumpet player) (track 13)
Steve Sidwell (track 3)
Paul Spong (trumpetist) (track 3)
strings arranger:
Simon Hale (track 15)
drums:
Geoff Dunn (track 10)
Greg Haver (track 6)
Ged Lynch (track 14)
Malcolm Mortimore (track 10)
Chris Sharrock (track 3)
Ian Thomas (drummer) (track 16)
drums and timpani:
Clive Deamer (track 17)
drums and percussion:
Ged Lynch (track 11)
drums, guitars and keyboard:
Johnny Douglas (composer, producer, drummer) (track 15)
Jon Douglas (track 8)
Clavinet and organ:
Chris Brown (Canadian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist) (track 12)
guitar:
Greg Bone (track 13)
Chester Kamen (track 14)
Mark Ralph (tracks 10, 12)
Alan Ross (70s rocker) (tracks 8, 15)
Johnny Scott (film composer) (track 10)
Adam Seymour (track 11)
屋敷豪太 (track 13)
guitar and harmonica:
Johnny Marr (UK guitarist; founding member of The Smiths) (track 11)
electric guitar:
John Parricelli (track 16)
brass and strings arranger:
Nick Ingman (track 17)
brass arranger:
Steve Sidwell (track 3)
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer) (track 3)
percussion:
Ralph Salmins (track 10)
Andy Duncan (UK drummer) (tracks 10–12)
keyboard:
Dave Clews (tracks 8, 15)
Neil Cowley (track 13)
Magnus Fiennes (track 14)
Geraint Watkins (track 10)
James Wiltshire (track 13)
屋敷豪太 (track 13)
alto saxophone:
Jamie Talbot (track 16)
Phil Todd (UK flautist/saxophonist) (track 16)
alto saxophone and baritone saxophone:
Simon Clarke (UK saxophonist) (tracks 10, 14)
alto saxophone, baritone saxophone and trumpet:
Roddy Lorimer (track 14)
alto saxophone, baritone saxophone and tenor saxophone:
Steve Marston (track 9)
saxophone:
Ian Kirkham (track 13)
Chris de Margary (track 13)
Mike Stevens (UK producer/saxophonist/keyboardist/guitarist/vocalist/flutist) (track 8)
piano:
Simon Chamberlain (track 16)
piano and vibraphone:
John Baggott (track 17)
baritone saxophone:
Dave Bishop (tracks 3, 16)
bass trombone:
Adrian Hallowell (track 16)
horn:
Sven Andersson (track 5)
Pee Wee Ellis (track 10)
Uwe Granitza (track 7)
Jens Lindgård (track 5)
Petter Lindgård (track 5)
horn arranger:
Simon Clarke (UK saxophonist) (track 10)
tenor saxophone:
Chris Davis (track 16)
Tim Sanders (UK saxophonist) (tracks 10, 14)
Chris White (UK jazz saxophonist) (tracks 3, 16)
trombone:
Pete Beachill (track 16)
John Johnson (Trombone player, Simply Red) (track 13)
Mark Nightingale (track 16)
Neil Sidwell (tracks 3, 16)
Nichol Thomson (trombone) (track 8)
Annie Whitehead (track 14)
flugelhorn and trumpet:
Stuart Brooks (track 16)
Simon Gardner (track 16)
Steve Sidwell (track 16)
John Thirkell (track 9)
Derek Watkins (trumpeter) (track 16)
additional guitar:
Peter Masalkovski (track 1)
additional keyboard:
Kwame Kwaten (track 9)
additional mezzo-soprano vocals:
Harriet Williams (track 9)
additional producer:
Stephen Hague (tracks 2, 10)
additional recording engineer:
Stephen Hague (track 15)
additional vocals:
Beth Gibbons (track 17)
arranger:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer) (track 3)
assistant engineer:
Emily Cracknell (track 13)
Martin McCorry (track 17)
Josh T (track 13)
Matthew White (Sound engineer, London, UK) (track 13)
assistant producer:
Boris Aldridge (track 6)
background vocals:
Johnny Marr (UK guitarist; founding member of The Smiths) (track 11)
Adam Seymour (track 11)
Sam Brown (UK singer/songwriter) (track 3)
Andy Caine (track 8)
Claudia Fontaine (track 3)
Sylvia Mason-James (British singer) (track 8)
Beverley Skeete (track 8)
Miriam Stockley (track 8)
composer:
Homer Banks (track 13)
David Bowie (English singer, songwriter & actor) (track 11)
Chris Frantz (track 1)
Jerry Harrison (track 1)
Michael Hutchence (track 15)
Lenny Kravitz (track 3)
Frank Loesser (track 16)
Mousse T. (track 7)
Randy Newman (track 2)
Errol Rennalls (track 7)
Craig Ross (guitarist) (track 3)
Tina Weymouth (track 1)
David Byrne (track 1)
Ray Davies (UK singer/songwriter, member of The Kinks) (track 5)
Andrew Farriss (track 15)
Tom Jones (Welsh pop singer) (track 9)
Iggy Pop (track 11)
conductor:
Gavin Wright (track 17)
engineer:
Andy Bradfield (track 16)
Paul Emanuel (track 9)
Niven Garland (track 17)
Marc Lane (track 8)
Steve Price (recording engineer) (tracks 15, 17)
Bob Kraushaar (tracks 2, 10)
lead vocals:
Heather Small (track 8)
lyricist:
Michael Hutchence (track 15)
Lenny Kravitz (track 3)
Frank Loesser (track 16)
Randy Newman (track 2)
David Byrne (track 1)
Ray Davies (UK singer/songwriter, member of The Kinks) (track 5)
Andrew Farriss (track 15)
Tom Jones (Welsh pop singer) (track 9)
Willia Dean Parker (track 13)
Iggy Pop (track 11)
mixer:
Tommy Danvers (track 16)
Jeremy Wheatley (Jim Bob) (tracks 1, 11, 13)
Dave Eringa (track 6)
Jon Jacobs (UK producer/engineer) (track 4)
Bob Kraushaar (track 12)
Heff Moraes (track 3)
Ren Swan (tracks 8, 15)
Stephen Hague (tracks 10, 12)
orchestrator:
Matt Dunkley (track 16)
performer:
Barenaked Ladies (track 12)
The Cardigans (Swedish rock band) (track 1)
The Divine Comedy (track 4)
Portishead (track 17)
The Pretenders (English-American rock band) (track 11)
Simply Red (track 13)
Heather Small (track 8)
Space (Britpop-era indie rock band) (track 5)
Stereophonics (track 2)
Tom Jones (Welsh pop singer) (tracks 5, 17)
producer:
Geoff Barrow (track 17)
Marshall Bird (track 2)
Steve Bush (engineer/mixer) (track 2)
Guy Chambers (dubstep producer performing under Quantum Soul) (track 3)
Tommy Danvers (track 16)
Johnny Douglas (composer, producer, drummer) (track 15)
Jon Douglas (track 8)
Magnus Fiennes (track 14)
Tore Johansson (tracks 1, 5)
Van Morrison (track 10)
Mousse T. (track 7)
Steve Power (track 3)
Adrian Utley (track 17)
Jeremy Wheatley (Jim Bob) (track 14)
Dave Eringa (track 6)
Stephen Hague (tracks 11–12)
屋敷豪太 (track 13)
programming:
Ed Baden Powell (track 9)
Dave Clews (tracks 8, 15)
Magnus Fiennes (track 14)
Andy Duncan (UK drummer) (tracks 10, 12)
Chuck Norman (track 11)
James Wiltshire (track 13)
屋敷豪太 (track 13)
recording engineer:
Matthew White (Sound engineer, London, UK) (track 13)
Alan Douglas (Scottish born engineer) (track 13)
John Lee (Producer mostly Catherine Wheel) (track 13)
Richard Norris (UK producer, engineer and musician) (tracks 11–12)
Walter Samuel (engineer) (track 10)
James Wiltshire (track 13)
vocals:
Van Morrison (track 10)
Mick Hucknall (track 13)
Chrissie Hynde (rock singer-songwriter and founder of Pretenders) (track 11)
Natalie Imbruglia (track 15)
Tom Jones (Welsh pop singer) (tracks 1–17)
Cerys Matthews (lead singer, Catatonia) (track 16)
Carmen Smart (track 10)
Robbie Williams (track 3)
Zucchero (track 14)
writer:
Geoff Barrow (track 4)
Hans Bouwens (track 12)
Roland Gift (track 14)
Jan Visser (Dutch Gospel singer) (track 12)
Stan Kesler (track 6)
Van Morrison (track 10)
David Steele (UK musician, member of The Beat and Fine Young Cannibals) (track 14)
Barrett Strong (track 8)
Bill Taylor (William Eugene Taylor) (track 6)
Adrian Utley (track 4)
Norman Whitfield (track 8)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 17)
Beth Gibbons (track 4)
publisher:
Bewlay Bros. Music (track 11)
Fleur Music (track 11)
Frank Music Corp. (track 16)
MPL Communications Ltd. (Paul McCartney-related, London-based company) (track 16)
Stuffed Monkey (track 15)
Virgin Music (publisher only, do not use as a label) (track 11)
Warner/Chappell (track 15)
mixed at:
RAK in London, England, United Kingdom (track 12)
recorded at:
Angel Studios (Angel Studios London) in Islington, London, England, United Kingdom (track 15)
Country Hell in Sweden (track 5)
Mayfair Studios (England) in London, England, United Kingdom (track 15)
Sarm Studios in London, England, United Kingdom (tracks 8–9, 11, 15)
Tambourine Studios in Malmö, Skåne, Sweden (tracks 1, 5)
RAK in London, England, United Kingdom (tracks 6, 10–11)
Battery Studios (London, owned by Zomba group) in London, England, United Kingdom (1999) (track 3)
Mayfair Studios (England) in London, England, United Kingdom (1999) (track 3)
Metropolis (London) in London, England, United Kingdom (1999) (track 3)
remixes:
cover recording of:
Baby, It’s Cold Outside (Neptune’s Daughter) (track 16)
Little Green Bag (track 12)
She Drives Me Crazy (Fine Young Cannibals song) (track 14)
Sometimes We Cry (track 10)
All Mine (1999) (track 4)
Are You Gonna Go My Way (1999) (track 3)
Lust for Life (1999) (track 11)
Mama Told Me (Not to Come) (1999) (track 2)
Never Tear Us Apart (1999) (track 15)
Sunny Afternoon (1999) (track 5)
You Need Love Like I Do (1999) (track 8)
is the basis for:
Sex Bomb (track 7)
later parody versions:
Baby, It's Cold Outside (parody) (track 16)
Big Bum (track 7)
Sexy Bomba (track 7)
Sixpack (track 7)
later translated parody versions:
Svunnen tid (track 5)
later translated versions:
Und manchmal wanst (track 10)
recording of:
Motherless Child (track 17)
Sexbomb (Mousse T. / Errol Rennalls song) (track 7)
Looking Out My Window (1999) (track 9)
referred to in medleys:
Polkas on 45 (track 1)