Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Light My Fire
The Doors 4.1 7:07
2 Go Back
Crabby Appleton 4 2:58
3 Reach Out I'll Be There
Four Tops 4 3:00
4 Need Your Love So Bad
Fleetwood Mac 4 3:52
5 Eve of Destruction
Barry McGuire 4.5 3:36
6 I Was Made to Love Her
Stevie Wonder 4.5 2:34
7 After Midnight
Eric Clapton 4 3:08
8 For What It's Worth (feat. Stephen Stills and Neil Young)
Buffalo Springfield 4 2:37
9 Mr. Tambourine Man
The Byrds 4.25 2:17
10 Summertime Blues
Blue Cheer 4.5 3:46
11 Good Lovin'
The Rascals 4 2:31
12 Mama Told Me (Not to Come)
Three Dog Night 5 3:19
13 Layla
Derek and the Dominos 4.65 7:08
14 A Natural Woman
Aretha Franklin 4 2:41
15 Maggie May
Rod Stewart 4.25 5:13
16 The Game of Love
Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders 4 2:06
17 Are You Ready?
Pacific Gas & Electric 4 5:42
18 When a Man Loves a Woman
Percy Sledge 4.75 2:50
19 To Love Somebody
Bee Gees 4.35 2:59
20 I Feel Good (I Got You)
James Brown 4.65 2:47
21 Free Ride
Edgar Winter 3:03
22 (Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay
Otis Redding 4.5 2:41

Credits

CD 1

recorded in:
Miami, Florida, United States (1965-05-06) (track 20)
acoustic guitar:
Martin Quittenton (1971) (track 15)
Hammond organ:
Ian McLagan (1971) (track 15)
cymbal:
Micky Waller (1971) (track 15)
drums (drum set):
John Densmore (track 1)
Jim Gordon (Drummer (Derek and the Dominos)) (track 7)
Gene Chrisman (1967-02-16) (track 14)
Al Jackson, Jr. (Booker T & The MGs drummer) (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 22)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Jim Gordon (Drummer (Derek and the Dominos)) (track 13)
bass guitar:
Carl Radle (tracks 7, 13)
Tommy Cogbill (1967-02-16) (track 14)
Donald “Duck” Dunn (US bass guitarist, session musician, record producer & songwriter) (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 22)
Ronnie Wood (1971) (track 15)
trumpet:
Jim Price (horn session musician) (track 7)
Joe Dupars (1965-05-06) (track 20)
Mike Ridley (1965-05-06) (track 20)
Ron Tooley (1965-05-06) (track 20)
Bernie Glow (1967-02-16) (track 14)
Melvin Lastie (1967-02-16) (track 14)
Joe Newman (US jazz trumpeter) (1967-02-16) (track 14)
Wayne Jackson (trumpet/trombone (Memphis Horns/Mar-Keys)) (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 22)
mandolin:
Ray Jackson (1971) (track 15)
David Lindley (1971) (track 15)
membranophone:
Melvin Parker (1965-05-06) (track 20)
Roger Hawkins (1966-02-17) (track 18)
Micky Waller (1971) (track 15)
farfisa [farfisa organ]:
Spooner Oldham (1966-02-17) (track 18)
organ:
Nat Jones (1965-05-06) (track 20)
guitar:
Eric Clapton (track 7)
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors) (track 1)
Alphonso "Country" Kellum (1965-05-06) (track 20)
Jimmy Nolen (1965-05-06) (track 20)
Marlin Greene ('60s teen artist, writer & engineer) (1966-02-17) (track 18)
Steve Cropper (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 22)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Delaney Bramlett (track 7)
electronic organ:
Bobby Whitlock (track 7)
electronic organ and piano:
Bobby Whitlock (track 13)
harmonica:
Stevie Wonder (1967) (track 6)
bass:
Bernard Odum (1965-05-06) (track 20)
James Jamerson (1967) (track 6)
double bass:
Albert Lowe Jr. (1966-02-17) (track 18)
electric guitar:
Ronnie Wood (1971) (track 15)
keyboard:
Isaac Hayes (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 22)
Booker T. Jones (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 22)
alto saxophone:
Nat Jones (1965-05-06) (track 20)
Maceo Parker (1965-05-06) (track 20)
celesta:
Pete Sears (1971) (track 15)
saxophone:
Bobby Keys (track 7)
piano:
Leon Russell (track 7)
Spooner Oldham (1967-02-16) (track 14)
12 string guitar:
Ronnie Wood (1971) (track 15)
electric sitar:
Eddie Willis (1967) (track 6)
tenor saxophone:
Al "Brisco" Clark (1965-05-06) (track 20)
St. Clair Pinckney (1965-05-06) (track 20)
Eldee Williams (1965-05-06) (track 20)
trombone:
Levi Rasbury (1965-05-06) (track 20)
guitar family:
Duane Allman (track 13)
Eric Clapton (track 13)
additional writer:
Jerry Wexler (track 14)
arranger:
Arif Mardin (track 14)
Tom Dowd (track 14)
background vocals:
Richie Furay (track 8)
Dewey Martin (track 8)
The Andantes (1966) (track 3)
Marlene Barrow (1966) (track 3)
Renaldo Benson (1966) (track 3)
Louvain Demps (1966) (track 3)
Abdul Fakir (1966) (track 3)
Jackie Hicks (1966) (track 3)
Lawrence Payton (1966) (track 3)
choir vocals:
Carolyn Franklin (1967-02-16) (track 14)
Erma Franklin (1967-02-16) (track 14)
The Sweet Inspirations (1967-02-16) (track 14)
composer:
J.J. Cale (track 7)
Lamont Dozier (track 3)
Brian Holland (Motown producer & songwriter) (track 3)
Carole King (track 14)
P.F. Sloan (track 5)
James Brown (“The Godfather of Soul”) (track 20)
Dan Hartman (track 21)
Mertis John Jr. (older brother of Little Willie John) (track 4)
Randy Newman (American singer-songwriter) (track 12)
Stephen Stills (track 8)
Bob Dylan (1964-02 – 1964-04) (track 9)
engineer:
Bruce Botnick (track 1)
executive producer:
Tom Dowd (track 13)
instruments:
The Funk Brothers (1966) (track 3)
The Funk Brothers (1967) (track 6)
lead vocals:
Eric Clapton (track 13)
James Brown (“The Godfather of Soul”) (1965-05-06) (track 20)
Levi Stubbs (1966) (track 3)
Stevie Wonder (1967) (track 6)
Rod Stewart (1971) (track 15)
lyricist:
J.J. Cale (track 7)
P.F. Sloan (track 5)
James Brown (“The Godfather of Soul”) (track 20)
Gerry Goffin (track 14)
Dan Hartman (track 21)
Eddie Holland (Motown songwriter, lyricist of Holland‐Dozier‐Holland songwriting team) (track 3)
Mertis John Jr. (older brother of Little Willie John) (track 4)
Randy Newman (American singer-songwriter) (track 12)
Stephen Stills (track 8)
Bob Dylan (1964-02 – 1964-04) (track 9)
other vocals [whistling]:
Otis Redding (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 22)
performer:
Stephen Stills (track 8)
producer:
Delaney Bramlett (track 7)
Jerry Bruckheimer (track 22)
Henry Cosby (track 6)
Steve Cropper (track 22)
Rick Derringer (track 21)
Lamont Dozier (track 3)
Marlin Greene ('60s teen artist, writer & engineer) (track 18)
Charles Greene (producer) (track 8)
Brian Holland (Motown producer & songwriter) (track 3)
Quin Ivy (track 18)
The Rascals (US soul & rock group, formerly known as The Young Rascals) (track 11)
Paul A. Rothchild (track 1)
Don Simpson (track 22)
Rod Stewart (track 15)
Brian Stone (producer) (track 8)
Jerry Wexler (track 14)
Arif Mardin (track 11)
Tom Dowd (track 11)
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd (track 14)
vocals:
Eric Clapton (track 7)
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors) (track 1)
Stephen Stills (track 8)
Bobby Whitlock (tracks 7, 13)
Percy Sledge (1966-02-17) (track 18)
Aretha Franklin (1967-02-16) (track 14)
Otis Redding (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 22)
writer:
Jerry Capehart (track 10)
Eric Clapton (track 13)
Rudy Clark (songwriter) (track 11)
Eddie Cochran (track 10)
Henry Cosby (track 6)
Steve Cropper (track 22)
John Densmore (track 1)
Barry Gibb (track 19)
Robin Gibb (track 19)
Jim Gordon (Drummer (Derek and the Dominos)) (track 13)
Lula Mae Hardaway (track 6)
Robby Krieger (American guitarist, member of The Doors) (track 1)
Calvin Lewis (track 18)
Ray Manzarek (track 1)
Jim Morrison (lead vocalist of the Doors) (track 1)
Sylvia Moy (track 6)
Martin Quittenton (track 15)
Otis Redding (track 22)
Arthur Resnick (songwriter, producer) (track 11)
Rod Stewart (track 15)
Stevie Wonder (track 6)
Andrew Wright (US keyboardist) (track 18)
phonographic copyright by:
H.H.O. Ltd (music licensing) (track 18)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1965) (track 9)
Universal Records Inc. (not for release label use! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.) (1965) (track 20)
Elektra Records (not for release label use! please use its imprint "Elektra" instead) (1967) (track 1)
UMG Recordings, Inc. (Universal Music Group's legal name in the US) (1971) (track 15)
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (1972) (track 21)
Biem (international rights organization representing member societies from 58 countries) (1992) (track 18)
Stemra (Netherlands rights society for composers and music publishers) (1992) (track 18)
Biem (international rights organization representing member societies from 58 countries) (1993) (track 18)
Stemra (Netherlands rights society for composers and music publishers) (1993) (track 18)
Elektra Records (not for release label use! please use its imprint "Elektra" instead) (2017) (track 1)
Rhino Entertainment Company (not for release label use!) (2017) (track 1)
publisher:
Alley Music Corp. (track 11)
American Music (track 10)
BMG Music Publishing (NYC-based headquarters, with national subsidiaries under it) (track 19)
Chappell Music Ltd. (track 15)
Cotillion Music Inc. (BMI) (track 8)
Fort Knox Music Co (track 20)
Gibb Brothers Music (track 19)
Irving Music (BMI) (track 22)
Mijac Music (track 18)
Richie Furay Music (track 8)
Screen Gems–EMI Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI) (track 14)
Silver Steed Music (track 21)
Springalo Toones (track 8)
Ten‐East Music (track 8)
Trio Music Company (track 11)
Try Me Inc. (track 20)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 18)
Warner/Chappell (track 18)
Warner‐Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 10)
Yamaha Music EH(CM) (track 22)
Yamaha Music Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (holding company - do not use as release label) (track 22)
Warner/Chappell (1964 – 1992) (track 9)
Pronto Music (1966 –) (track 18)
Warner‐Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (1966 –) (track 18)
Special Rider Music (1992 –) (track 9)
engineered at:
recorded at:
Criteria Studios in Miami, Florida, United States (1965-05-06) (track 20)
Hitsville (Motown Records) in Detroit, Michigan, United States (1966) (track 3)
Norala Studio in Sheffield, Alabama, United States (1966-02-17) (track 18)
Hitsville (Motown Records) in Detroit, Michigan, United States (1967) (track 6)
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1967-02-16) (track 14)
Criteria Studios in Miami, Florida, United States (1970-09-09) (track 13)
compiled in:
has remixes:
Layla (“The Layla Sessions” remix) by Derek and the Dominos (track 13)
Light My Fire (40th Anniversary Mix) by The Doors (track 1)
mash-ups:
music videos:
Light My Fire by The Doors (track 1)
sampled by:
Children by (həd) p.e. (track 8)
Eye Know by De La Soul (track 22)
Superstar by Lauryn Hill (track 1)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 26) (track 22)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 35) (track 1)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 54) (track 18)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 63) (track 8)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 78) (track 20)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 130) (track 15)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 206) (track 3)
arrangements:
Wo mer endlich Sommer hann (translated) (track 10)
cover recording of:
After Midnight (track 7)
Summertime Blues (track 10)
Mr. Tambourine Man (1965) (track 9)
I Found You (a.k.a. I Got You (I Feel Good)) (1965-05-06) (track 20)
is the basis for:
Elizabete (track 1)
Goin’ Blind (track 13)
He Got Game (track 8)
later parody versions:
Amos (track 13)
Lazzie Lay (track 15)
Vaivaisen luut (track 10)
later translated parody versions:
Humppaan (track 13)
later translated versions:
Droskblues (track 7)
Es mejor (track 3)
J’attendrai (Mais si un jour tu te retrouves toute seule…) (track 3)
Maggie May (Finnish) (track 15)
Mr. Tambourine Man (Bengali) (track 9)
Vine (track 3)
later versions:
Après minuit (track 7)
Oh, My Lord Jesus (track 9)
recording of:
Free Ride (track 21)
Good Lovin’ (track 11)
Light My Fire (track 1)
To Love Somebody (track 19)
Eve of Destruction (1965) (track 5)
Reach Out, I’ll Be There (1966) (track 3)
When a Man Loves a Woman (1966-02-17) (track 18)
For What It’s Worth (1966-12-05) (track 8)
I Was Made to Love Her (1967) (track 6)
(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (1967-02-16) (track 14)
(Sittin’ on) The Dock of the Bay (1967-11-22 – 1967-12-07) (track 22)
Layla (1970-09-09) (track 13)
Maggie May (1971) (track 15)
referred to in medleys:
Layla Mix (track 13)
More Stars (12″ mix) (12″ mix, duration: ~11:56 on vinyl, ~11:38 on cd) (tracks 3, 5)
Hitler Was a Vegetarian (tracks 1, 11)
translated parody version of:
Sammarkveld Blues (track 10)

Release Group

part of:Tour of Duty (number: 2)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/master/60997 [info]