Jack Kerouac ‎– Jack Kerouac Reads On The Road

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1 Jack Kerouac Ain't We Got Fun
Instrumentation By – Unknown ArtistRecorded By, Mixed By – Jerry NewmanTechnician – Sean SladeVocals – Jack KerouacWritten-By – Egan*, Whiting*, Sammy Kahn*
2:31
2 Jack Kerouac On The Road (Jazz Of The Beat Generation)
Technician – Greg Calbi, Steve FalloneVoice – Jack Kerouac
28:40
3 Jack Kerouac On The Road
Arranged By, Guitar – Victor Juris*Arranged By, Organ [Hammond] – John MedeskiEngineer [Assistant] – James HarnedEngineer, Mixed By – Danny LawrenceTechnician – Jim SampasVoice – Jack Kerouac
2:16
4 Jack Kerouac Come Rain Or Shine
Instrumentation By – Unknown ArtistLyrics By – Johnny MercerMusic By – Harold ArlenRecorded By, Mixed By – Jerry NewmanTechnician – Sean SladeVocals – Jack Kerouac
3:37
5 Jack Kerouac Orizaba 210 Blues
Composed By, Performer, French Horn, Piano, Shanai, Goblet Drum [Dumbek], Drums [Frame Drum], Flute [Lakota], Tin Whistle [Penny], Ocarina, Congas, Percussion – David AmramEngineer [Assistant] – James HarnedEngineer, Mixed By – Danny LawrenceTechnician – Jim SampasVoice – Jack Kerouac
9:32
6 Jack Kerouac When A Woman Loves A Man
Instrumentation By – Unknown ArtistRecorded By, Mixed By – Jerry NewmanTechnician – Sean SladeVocals – Jack KerouacWritten-By – Bernard D. Hanighen*, Gordon Jenkins, John H. Mercer*
2:54
7 Jack Kerouac Leavin' Town
Instrumentation By – Unknown ArtistRecorded By, Mixed By – Jerry NewmanTechnician – Sean SladeVocals – Jack KerouacWritten-By – George Handy, Jack Segal
3:00
8 Jack Kerouac Washington D.C. Blues
Alto Saxophone – Jerry DodgionBass – Victor VenegasBassoon – Jane TaylorComposed By, Performer – The David Amram EnsembleCongas – CandidoDrums, Bongos – Johnny AlmendraEngineer [Assistant] – Danny HarnedEngineer, Mixed By – Danny LawrenceGuitar – Victor Juris*Oboe, English Horn – Ronald RosemanOrgan [Hammond] – John MedeskiPiano, French Horn, Shanai, Goblet Drum [Dumbek], Whistle [Penny] – David AmramTechnician – Jim SampasViola – Midhat SerbagiVoice – Jack Kerouac
17:43
9 Tom Waits & Primus On The Road
Bass [Upright], Percussion – Les ClaypoolEngineer [Second] – Jeff SloanGuitar, Percussion – Larry LaLondeMixed By – Bernd Bergdorf*Music By, Performer, Vocals, Guitar, Percussion – Tom WaitsPercussion – Brain (26)Performer – PrimusRecorded By – Biff Daws*Saxophone – Ralph Carney
3:58

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CD features Kerouac spoken word, blues, and a tribute track by Tom Waits & Primus.

Mastered at Sterling Sound.

One: Stereo Sound, circa late 1950s. Digitally transferred from original tapes at Fort Apache.

Two: From "On the Road" by Jack Kerouac © 1955, 1957 by Jack Kerouac; © 1983 Stella Kerouac, renewed © 1985 by Stella Kerouac and Jan Kerouac. Voice digitally transferred from original acetate recordings at Sterling Sound.

Three: Published by Duluoz Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP). Original home recording by Jack Kerouac circa early 1960s. Music engineered and mixed at Manhattan Beach Recording, October 24 and 26, 1998. Voice digitally transferred from original tapes.

Four: Published by Hal Leonard, Inc. (ASCAP) Recorded and mixed at Stereo Sound, circa late 1950s. Digitally transferred from original tapes at Fort Apache.

Five: Published by Duluoz Published , Inc. (ASCAP) / New Chamber Music, Inc. (administered by C.F. Peters Corporation) (BMI) "Orizaba 210 Blues" © 1995, 1999 Estate of Stella Kerouac, John Sampas, Literary Representative. Original recording by Jack Kerouac in the back of Jerry Newman's record shop in New York City, circa late 1950s. Music engineered and mixed at Manhattan Beach Recording, October 24 and 26, 1998. Voice digitally transferred from original tapes.

Six: Published by Chappell & Co. (ASCAP). Recorded and mixed by Jerry Newman at Stereo Sound, circa late 1950s. Digitally transferred from original tapes at Fort Apache.

Seven: Published by Helton Music / Larry Spier (ASCAP). Recorded and mixed by Jerry Newman at Stereo Sound, circa late 1950s. Digitally transferred from original tapes at Fort Apache.

Eight: Published by Duluoz Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP) / New Chamber Music, Inc. (BMI) "Washington D.C. Blues" © 1999 Estate of Stella Kerouac, John Sampas, Literary Representative. Music engineered and mixed at Manhattan Beach Recording, October 24 and 26, 1998. Voice digitally transferred from original tapes.

Nine: Published by Duluoz Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP) / Jalma Music (ASCAP). Recorded at Prairie Sun Recording Studio. Primus appears courtesy of Interscope Records.

℗ 1999 Duluoz Publishing, Inc. except track 9.
℗ 1999 Tom Waits
© 1999 Rykodisc

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 14431 04742 8
  • Matrix / Runout: DADR 1LSP2<0910>RCD10474ADV
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L482
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8142
  • Label Code: LC 02619

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