Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 I Hear You Knocking Dave Edmunds 4 2:49
2 When I’m Dead and Gone McGuinness Flint 3:42
3 Strange Kind of Woman Deep Purple 3:52
4 Don’t Let It Die Hurricane Smith 2:33
5 American Pie Don McLean 5 4:09
6 Roll Over Beethoven Electric Light Orchestra 5 4:34
7 California Man The Move 5 3:38
8 48 Crash Suzi Quatro 3:55
9 See My Baby Jive Wizzard 4:59
10 Nutbush City Limits Ike & Tina Turner 5 2:54
11 Dance With the Devil Cozy Powell 2 3:35
12 The Cat Crept In Mud 4:03
13 The Bump Kenny 5 2:36
14 Rock Your Baby George McCrae 5:36
15 Right Back Where We Started From Maxine Nightingale 4 3:16
16 You Sexy Thing Hot Chocolate 4 4:05
17 Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me) Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel 5 3:57
18 That’s the Way (I Like It) KC and the Sunshine Band 4.5 3:07
19 Motor Biking Chris Spedding 2:39
20 Moonlighting Leo Sayer 4:01
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Lovin’ You Minnie Riperton 3 3:24
2 Angie Baby Helen Reddy 5 3:29
3 A Little Bit More Dr. Hook 2:55
4 They Shoot Horses Don’t They Racing Cars 3:41
5 Spanish Stroll Mink DeVille 3:37
6 Peaches The Stranglers 4 4:07
7 2‐4‐6‐8 Motorway Tom Robinson Band 4 3:19
8 Dancing in the City Marshall Hain 3:48
9 More Than a Woman Tavares 5 3:18
10 Baker Street Gerry Rafferty 4 4:09
11 Wuthering Heights Kate Bush 4:31
12 Rich Kids Rich Kids 5 2:58
13 Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve) Buzzcocks 5 2:43
14 Hanging On the Telephone Blondie 4 2:23
15 Darlin’ Frankie Miller 3:11
16 Milk and Alcohol Dr. Feelgood 5 2:48
17 My Sharona The Knack 4.65 4:04
18 Tears of a Clown The Beat 3 2:44
19 A Message to You Rudy The Specials 2:56
20 On My Radio Selector 3:10

Credits

CD 1

acoustic guitar:
Don McLean (1971-05-26) (track 5)
membranophone:
Roy Markowitz (1971-05-26) (track 5)
bass:
Bob Rothstein (1971-05-26) (track 5)
banjo:
Don McLean (1971-05-26) (track 5)
electric piano:
Ray Colcord (1971-05-26) (track 5)
vibraphone:
Mike Mainieri (1971-05-26) (track 5)
electric guitar:
David Spinozza (1971-05-26) (track 5)
percussion:
Roy Markowitz (1971-05-26) (track 5)
piano:
Paul Griffin (American pianist, session musician) (1971-05-26) (track 5)
marimba:
Mike Mainieri (1971-05-26) (track 5)
choir vocals:
composer:
Phil Dennys (track 11)
Frank Farrell (UK rock bassist, vocalist and songwriter) (track 20)
Michael Hayes (track 11)
Hurricane Smith (UK producer/engineer, performed as Hurricane Smith) (track 4)
Dave Bartholomew (track 1)
Chuck Berry (track 6)
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 12)
Nicky Chinn (track 12)
Steve Harley (track 17)
Pearl King (track 1)
Don McLean (track 5)
Chris Spedding (track 19)
Tina Turner (track 10)
Roy Wood (tracks 7, 9)
engineer:
Tom Flye (track 5)
Douglas Hopkins (engineer) (track 19)
lyricist:
Hurricane Smith (UK producer/engineer, performed as Hurricane Smith) (track 4)
Dave Bartholomew (track 1)
Chuck Berry (track 6)
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 12)
Nicky Chinn (track 12)
Steve Harley (track 17)
Pearl King (track 1)
Don McLean (track 5)
Leo Sayer (track 20)
Chris Spedding (track 19)
Tina Turner (track 10)
Roy Wood (tracks 7, 9)
producer:
Jeff Lynne (track 6)
Mickie Most (English record producer) (tracks 11, 16, 19)
vocals:
Don McLean (1971-05-26) (track 5)
Bob Rothstein (1971-05-26) (track 5)
writer:
Ritchie Blackmore (track 3)
Errol Brown (track 16)
Harry Wayne Casey (tracks 14, 18)
Phil Coulter (track 13)
J. Vincent Edwards (track 15)
Richard Finch (tracks 14, 18)
Benny Gallagher (track 2)
Ian Gillan (track 3)
Roger Glover (track 3)
Jon Lord (track 3)
Graham Lyle (track 2)
Bill Martin (Scottish songwriter & producer) (track 13)
Ian Paice (track 3)
Hurricane Smith (UK producer/engineer, performed as Hurricane Smith) (track 4)
Pierre Tubbs (track 15)
Tony Wilson (bassist/songwriter, member of Hot Chocolate) (track 16)
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 8)
Nicky Chinn (track 8)
phonographic copyright by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (1971) (track 1)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1972) (track 6)
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (2004) (track 10)
publisher:
Arc Music (U.S. rock & blues publisher) (track 6)
EMI Longitude Music (tracks 14, 18)
EMI U Catalog Inc. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 7)
Gallagher & Lyle Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 2)
HEC Music (track 3)
Henrees Music co. (track 3)
Huh-Music (track 10)
Jewel Music Publishing Co. Ltd. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 6)
MCA Music (not for release label use! this is a music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (track 5)
Peermusic UK (UK publisher) (track 14)
RAK Publishing Ltd. (tracks 11, 17)
Universal (plain logo: “Universal”) (track 5)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (Hong Kong/China subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 5)
Universal Records (1996–2005 American pop label – “RECORDS” must be a part of the logo!) (track 5)
DJ-mixes:
Dance Mix One by Dakeyne (track 16)
has remixes:
mash-ups:
sampled by:
Get Wise by Sho Baraka (track 11)
part of:
TV Cream: Real 100 Best Singles Ever (number: 18) (track 17)
cover recording of:
is the basis for:
Bring Me Edelweiss (track 18)
later parody versions:
Parable Guy (track 5)
The Saga Begins (Parody) (track 5)
later translated parody versions:
later translated versions:
I hea di klopfn (track 1)
Repose Beethoven (French translation) (track 6)
Scharfes Ding (track 16)
愛情基本法 (track 15)
later versions:
Correte Beethoven (track 6)
Feu de paille (track 5)
part of:
Million Dollar Quartet (jukebox musical, book by Floyd Mutrux and Colin Escott) (track 1)
recording of:
48 Crash (track 8)
California Man (track 7)
Don’t Let It Die (track 4)
Moonlighting (track 20)
Motor Bikin’ (track 19)
Nutbush City Limits (track 10)
Rock Your Baby (track 14)
See My Baby Jive (track 9)
The Bump (track 13)
The Cat Crept In (track 12)
American Pie (1971-05-26) (track 5)
You Sexy Thing (1975) (track 16)
referred to in medleys:

CD 2

drums (drum set):
Jet Black (UK drummer Brian Duffy, member of The Stranglers) (track 6)
Clem Burke (track 14)
James Gadson (track 9)
Dolphin Taylor (1977-09-14) (track 7)
bass guitar:
Nigel Harrison (track 14)
membranophone:
Henry Spinetti (1977) (track 10)
Bruce Gary (1979-04) (track 17)
organ:
Mark Ambler (1977-09-14) (track 7)
guitar:
Bob Bowles (track 9)
Louis X. Erlanger (track 5)
Frank Infante (track 14)
Chris Stein (track 14)
Willy DeVille (track 5)
Danny Kustow (1977-09-14) (track 7)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Hugh Burns (1977) (track 10)
Berton Averre (1979-04) (track 17)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Nigel Jenkins (1977) (track 10)
Doug Fieger (1979-04) (track 17)
bass:
Rubén Sigüenza (track 5)
Gary Taylor (rock bassist) (1977) (track 10)
Tom Robinson (British singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter) (1977-09-14) (track 7)
Prescott Niles (1979-04) (track 17)
percussion:
Paulinho da Costa (track 9)
Bob Zimmitti (track 9)
Glen LeFleur (1977) (track 10)
keyboard:
Jimmy Destri (track 14)
Dave Greenfield (track 6)
Tommy Eyre (1977) (track 10)
saxophone:
Raphael Ravenscroft (1977) (track 10)
piano:
Sonny Burke (Keyboard player) (track 9)
Bobby Leonards (track 5)
Mark Ambler (1977-09-14) (track 7)
guitar family:
Hugh Cornwell (track 6)
arranger:
Buzzcocks (track 13)
assistant engineer:
Grey Russell (track 14)
assistant mixer:
Benny King (engineer) (track 6)
composer:
Henry Cosby (track 18)
Stevie Wonder (track 18)
Stewart Blandamer (track 15)
Kate Bush (track 11)
Neol Davies (British musician and founder of The Selecter) (track 20)
Willy DeVille (track 5)
Bobby Gosh (pianist, songwriter, and producer) (track 3)
Jack Lee (US songwriter and musician) (track 14)
Gareth Mortimer (track 4)
Alan O’Day (track 2)
Gerry Rafferty (track 10)
Smokey Robinson (track 18)
Tom Robinson (British singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter) (track 7)
Pete Shelley (Buzzcocks lead singer) (1977-11) (track 13)
engineer:
Martin Rushent (track 13)
Doug Bennett (producer, engineer) (track 13)
Pete Coleman (track 14)
Alan Winstanley (track 6)
lead vocals:
Hugh Cornwell (track 6)
Willy DeVille (track 5)
Gerry Rafferty (1977) (track 10)
Doug Fieger (1979-04) (track 17)
lyricist:
Stewart Blandamer (track 15)
Kate Bush (track 11)
Neol Davies (British musician and founder of The Selecter) (track 20)
Willy DeVille (track 5)
Bobby Gosh (pianist, songwriter, and producer) (track 3)
Jack Lee (US songwriter and musician) (track 14)
Gareth Mortimer (track 4)
Alan O’Day (track 2)
Gerry Rafferty (track 10)
Smokey Robinson (track 18)
Tom Robinson (British singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter) (track 7)
Pete Shelley (Buzzcocks lead singer) (1977-11) (track 13)
mixer:
Martin Rushent (track 13)
Doug Bennett (producer, engineer) (track 6)
producer:
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 14)
Ron Haffkine (track 3)
Waylon Jennings (track 3)
Vic Maile (track 7)
Freddie Perren (track 9)
Martin Rushent (tracks 6, 13)
Bob Sargeant (track 18)
vocals:
Minnie Riperton (track 1)
Deborah Harry (track 14)
Tom Robinson (British singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter) (1977-09-14) (track 7)
writer:
Berton Averre (track 17)
Hugh Cornwell (track 6)
Brian Duffy (UK drummer aka Jet Black) (track 6)
Douglas Fieger (track 17)
Barry Gibb (track 9)
Maurice Gibb (track 9)
Robin Gibb (track 9)
Dave Greenfield (track 6)
Kit Hain (track 8)
Dandy Livingstone (track 19)
Nick Lowe (UK singer/songwriter/instrumentalist/producer) (track 16)
Julian Marshall (track 8)
Glen Matlock (track 12)
Gypie Mayo (track 16)
Minnie Riperton (track 1)
Richard Rudolph (track 1)
phonographic copyright by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (1977) (track 7)
Capitol Records, Inc. (not for release label use; company behind the “Capitol Records” imprint) (1993) (track 1)
Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.) (2001) (track 14)
USM (for ℗ & © use only; Universal Strategic Marketing, a division of Universal Music B.V.) (2015) (track 5)
publisher:
Albion Music Ltd. (track 6)
April Music Ltd. (track 6)
BMG Blue (track 14)
Bygosh Music Corp. (track 3)
Chrysalis Songs (track 14)
Complete Music Ltd. (tracks 6, 13)
Fairwood Music Ltd. (track 20)
Icon Music Ltd. (track 10)
Jobete Music Ltd (track 18)
Warner/Chappell Music, Hong Kong Limited (華納音樂版權香港有限公司) (track 3)
ミュージック・セールス (Japan, subsidiary of Shinko Music Entertainment) (track 1)
mixed at:
produced at:
T.W. Studios (Clanger Winstanley's studio in Fulham) in Fulham, Hammersmith and Fulham, London, England, United Kingdom (1977-01 – 1977-02) (track 6)
recorded at:
has remixes:
mash-ups:
sampled by:
This One by Scanty Sandwich (track 17)
cover recording of:
A Little Bit More (track 3)
Darlin’ (track 15)
More Than a Woman (track 9)
is the basis for:
D.J.s (track 19)
later parody versions:
Babylona (track 17)
Baker Dick (track 10)
Beggar's Feet (track 10)
Comme des connards (track 17)
My Bologna (track 17)
later translated versions:
Darlin' (German version) (track 15)
Es‐tu déjà tombé amoureux ("Ever Fallen in Love" in French/English) (track 13)
Katu (track 10)
Lovin’ You (Japanese version) (track 1)
Müüch & Alkohol (track 16)
愛到你發狂 (track 17)
recording of:
Angie Baby (track 2)
Lovin’ You (track 1)
Milk and Alcohol (track 16)
On My Radio (track 20)
Peaches (track 6)
Rich Kids (track 12)
Spanish Stroll (track 5)
Wuthering Heights (track 11)
Baker Street (1977) (track 10)
2‐4‐6‐8 Motorway (1977-09-14) (track 7)
My Sharona (1979-04) (track 17)
referred to in medleys:
More Stars (12″ mix) (12″ mix, duration: ~11:56 on vinyl, ~11:38 on cd) (track 18)