Various ‎– Rubáiyát (Elektra's 40th Anniversary)

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Elektra ‎– 9 60940-2
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1-1 The Cure Hello I Love You
Mixed By – Brian "Chuck" New*Performer – Boris Williams, Porl Thompson, Robert Smith, Roger O'Donnell, Simon GallupProducer – Steve Whitfield, The CureWritten-By – The Doors
3:27
1-2 Tracy Chapman House Of The Rising Sun
Bass – Kevin O'NealDrums – Rock Deadrich*Guitar – Waddy WachtelPercussion – Michael FisherPiano – Roy BittanProducer – Jimmy IovineRecorded By, Mixed By – Thom PanunzioVocals, Guitar – Tracy ChapmanWritten-By – Traditional
2:03
1-3 Billy Bragg Seven & Seven Is
Bass – Wiggy (2)Drums – Fred HoodEngineer – Step ParikianGuitar [Dueling] – Justin AdamsProducer – Grant ShowbizVocals, Rhythm Guitar, Soloist, Stylophone – Billy BraggWritten-By – Arthur Lee
2:15
1-4 Jevetta Steele I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing
Backing Vocals – Fred Steele, J.D. Steele*, Janice Steele*, Jearlyn Steele-BattleEngineer – Tom Spencer (8)Engineer [Vocal Recording] – Tom TuckerOrgan – Butch HeywardPiano – Bob TelsonProducer – Bob TelsonVocals – Jevetta SteeleWritten-By – B. Backer*, B. Davis*, R. Cook, R. Greenaway*
4:13
1-5 Gipsy Kings Hotel California
Arranged By – Gerard Prevost*Bass – Gerard Prevost*Drums, Percussion – Negrito Crocco Trasante*Engineer – Roger MoutenotKeyboards – Dominique DroinLead Guitar – Tonino BaliardoLead Vocals – Nicolas ReyesPercussion – Charles Benaroch*Producer – Claude MartinezRhythm Guitar – Canut Reyes, Chico Bouchikhi*, Diego Baliardo*, Paco BaliardoRhythm Guitar, Backing Vocals – Andre Reyes*Translated By – Negrito Crocco Trasante*, Nicolas ReyesWritten-By – Don Felder, Don Henley, Glenn Frey
5:47
1-6 The Black Velvet Band Werewolves Of London
Accordion, Organ [Hammond] – Ronan JohnstonBass Guitar – Shay FitzgeraldDrums – Dave HornerElectric Guitar – Liam MurphyEngineer – Nick Davies*Harmony Vocals – Maria Doyle*Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Kieran KennedyProducer – Kieran KennedyWritten-By – Leroy P. Marinell, Waddy Wachtel, Warren Zevon
3:40
1-7 The Sugarcubes Motorcycle Mama
Bass Guitar – Bragi Olafsson*Drums, Percussion – Sigtryggur Baldursson*Guitar – Thor Eldon*Keyboards – Margret Ornolfsdottir*Mixed By – Gordon MilneProducer, Arranged By – The SugarcubesVocals – Bjork Gudmundsdottir*Vocals, Trumpet – Einar Orn*Written-By – John Wyker
3:44
1-8 Shinehead One Meatball
Engineer – Ken WallaceGuitar – Donovan McKittyKeyboards – Lawrence Lewis, Lloyd KrossProducer – Claude EvansVocals – ShineheadWritten-By – Zaret*, Singer*
4:38
1-9 The Havalinas Bottle Of Wine
Double Bass [Acoustic Upright Bass] – Smutty SmithDrums, Backing Vocals, Percussion – Chalo Quintana*Engineer – Rob XenoProducer – Rob Xeno, The HavalinasVocals, Guitar, Accordion, Mandolin [Octave], Piano, Resonator Guitar [Dobro] – Tim McConnell*Written-By – Paxton*
3:27
1-10 Pixies Born In Chicago
Bass – Kim DealDrums – David Lovering*Engineer – Steve AlbiniLead Guitar – Joey SantiagoVocals, Guitar – Black FrancisWritten-By – Gravenites*
2:11
1-11 Faster Pussycat You're So Vain
Bass – Eric StacyDrums – Mark MichalsEngineer – Ryan DornGuitar – Greg SteeleGuitar, Backing Vocals – Brent MuscatMixed By – John JansenProducer – Faster PussycatVocals – Taime DowneWritten-By – Carly Simon
4:11
1-12 Kronos Quartet Marquee Moon
Arranged By – Steve Mackey*Cello – Joan JeanrenaudProducer – Judy Sherman*Viola – John Dutt*Violin – David Harrington, John SherbaWritten-By – Tom Verlaine
4:13
1-13 Phoebe Snow Get Ourselves Together
Producer – Rhett LawrenceVocals – Phoebe SnowWritten-By – B. Bramlett*, C. Radle*
4:17
1-14 Happy Mondays Tokoloshe Man
Bass Guitar – Paul RyderDrums – Gary Wheelan*Keyboards – Paul Davies*Percussion, Other [Freaky Dancing] – BezProducer – Paul Oakenfold & Steve OsborneVocals – Shaun RyderWritten-By – Kongos*
4:18
1-15 Ernie Isley Let's Go
Guitar, Vocals – Ernie IsleyMixed By – John Beverly JonesProducer – Davitt SigersonProgrammed By – Phil Shenale*Recorded By – John CarterWritten-By – Ric Ocasek
4:41
1-16 Lynch Mob (2) Going Down
Bass – Anthony Esposito (2)Drums – Mick Brown (2)Guitar – George LynchMixed By – Max NormanProducer – Lynch Mob (2)Recorded By – Russ GravesVocals – Oni LoganWritten-By – Don Nix
3:35
1-17 Ambitious Lovers A Little Bit Of Rain
Drums – Dougie Brown*Guitar – Billy "Spaceman" PattersonKeyboards, Bass [Synth] – Peter SchererMixed By – Roger MoutenotPercussion – Cyro BaptistaProducer – Peter SchererRecorded By – Jason BakerVocals, Guitar – Arto LindsayWritten-By – Neil*
3:15
1-18 Anita Baker You Belong To Me
Arranged By – Arif Mardin, Robbie KondorBass – Anthony JacksonEngineer [Ambience] – Gerard SmerekEngineer [Unique] – Michael O'ReillyGuitar – John McCurryHihat, Cymbal – Joe MardinKeyboards, Programmed By – Robbie KondorLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Anita BakerProducer – Arif MardinSaxophone – Andy SnitzerWritten-By – Carly Simon, Michael McDonald
4:42
1-19 Howard Jones Road To Cairo
Bass – Pino PalladinoGuitar – Phil PalmerProducer – Howard JonesRecorded By, Mixed By – Andrew ScarthVocals, Keyboards, Programmed By – Howard JonesWritten-By – David Ackles
5:34
2-1 The Big F Kick Out The Jams
Drums – Rob DoninEngineer – Joey WolpertGuitar – Mark ChristianProducer – The Big FVocals, Bass – John ShreveWritten-By – MC5
4:03
2-2 The Georgia Satellites Almost Saturday Night / Rockin' All Over The World
Bass – Rick Price (2)Drums – Mauro MagellanEngineer – Ed Miller*Guitar, Vocals – Dan Baird, Rick RichardsMixed By – Joe HardyProducer – Dan BairdWritten-By – J.C. Fogerty*
4:04
2-3 Sara Hickman Hello, I Am Your Heart
Arranged By – Sara HickmanBass, Vocals – George Porter, Jr.Drums, Percussion – Russell Baptiste*Engineer – Jay GallagherGuitar – Leo NocentelliKeyboards, Vocals – Art NevilleMixed By – Kevin SmithPercussion – J. Rosie RasatoProducer – David KershenbaumVocals, Guitar – Sara HickmanWritten-By – Dennis Linde
2:44
2-4 Teddy Pendergrass Make It With You
Arranged By – Curt Dowd, Jim Salamone, Teddy Pendergrass, Terry PriceDrums, Percussion, Sequenced By – Jim SalamoneEngineer – Mitch GoldfarbGuitar – Dave Gardner (4)Keyboards, Bass – Curt DowdProducer, Backing Vocals – Teddy Pendergrass, Terry PriceVocals – Teddy PendergrassWritten-By – Gates*
5:32
2-5 Linda Ronstadt The Blacksmith
Coordinator [Production] – Ivy SkoffProducer – Peter AsherRecorded By, Mixed By – Frank WolfVocals – Linda RonstadtWritten-By – Traditional
2:41
2-6 Bill Frisell / Robin Holcomb / Wayne Horvitz Going Going Gone
Bass – Dave Hofstra*Drums – Danny FrankelGuitar – Bill FrisellPiano, Keyboards – Wayne HorvitzProducer, Arranged By – Bill Frisell, Wayne HorvitzVocals – Robin HolcombWritten-By – Bob Dylan
5:58
2-7 Jackson Browne First Girl I Loved
Arranged By – Jackson Browne, Pete AndersonBacking Vocals – Daryl HannahBass – Charles Domanico*Mixed By – Bill SchneePercussion – Luis ConteProducer – Pete AndersonProducer [Production Assistant] – Barbara HeinRecorded By – Dusty Wakeman, Terry BeckerViolin – David LindleyVocals, Guitar, Piano – Jackson BrowneWritten-By – Robin Williamson
4:44
2-8 10,000 Maniacs These Days
Bass – Steven GustafsonDrums – Jerome AugustyniakEngineer – Joe BarbariaGuitar – Robert BuckKeyboards – Dennis DrewProducer – Lenny KayeVocals – Natalie MerchantWritten-By – Jackson Browne
3:27
2-9 Metallica Stone Cold Crazy
Bass – Jason NewstedDrums – Lars UlrichEngineer – Toby "Rage" Wright*Lead Guitar – Kirk HammettProducer [Kind Of Produced By] – MetallicaRhythm Guitar, Vocals – James HetfieldWritten-By – May*, Mercury*, Deacon*, Taylor*
2:17
2-10 Danny Gatton Apricot Brandy
Bass – John PrevitiDrums – Shannon FordEngineer – George CowanExecutive-Producer – Ian Kimmett*Guitar – Danny GattonOrgan [Hammond B3], Saxophone, Trumpet, Arranged By [Horns] – Bill HollomanProducer – Danny GattonWritten-By – Weis*, Fonfara*
3:11
2-11 Shaking Family Union Man
Bass – Brendan Lewis (2)Drums – Tim ChewningGuitar – Vince EmmettKeyboards – Charles EllisProducer – Larry Crane, Mike WanchicProducer [In Association With] – Barbara Carter, Vince EmmettVocals – Barbara CarterWritten-By – Earl*, Ernie Cates*, Steve Cropper
3:55
2-12 They Might Be Giants One More Parade
Engineer – Paul AngelliMixed By – Roger MoutenotRecorded By, Producer – They Might Be GiantsWritten-By – Gibson*, Ochs*
2:22
2-13 Howard Hewett I Can't Tell You Why
Arranged By [Keyboard And Track] – Mont Seward*Backing Vocals – Nia Peeples-Hewett*Engineer – Carmen RizzoGuitar – Christopher Bruce*Producer – Howard HewettVocals, Backing Vocals – Howard HewettWritten-By – Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Timothy B. Schmit
3:52
2-14 Leaders Of The New School Mt. Airy Groove
Producer – SD 50 Mob*Scratches [Cuts] – Cut Monitor*Vocals – Charlie Brown, Dinco DVocals [Additional] – The Crackerjacks (2), The RumplestiltskinsWritten-By – Napoleon*, Harmon*, Lloyd*
4:37
2-15 Shirley Murdock You Brought The Sunshine
Drums, Percussion – Lester TroutmanEngineer – Dale DeGroat, Lester Troutman, Rufus Troutman III*, Sherman Fleetwood, Zapp TroutmanKeyboards – Sherman FleetwoodLead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Bass Guitar, Keyboards – Roger TroutmanProducer – Roger TroutmanVocals, Backing Vocals – Shirley MurdockWritten-By – Elbernita "Twinkie" Clark*
4:17
2-16 John Eddie Inbetween Days
Bass – Michael Stanzilis*Drums – Shawn PeltonEngineer – Brian Stover, Michael FrondelliGuitar – Joe Sweeney (2), P.K. LavengoodMixed By – Michael FrondelliPercussion, Keyboards, Vocals – Everett BradleyProducer – John Eddie, Michael FrondelliVocals – K.B. NicholasVocals, Acoustic Guitar – John EddieWritten-By – Smith*
3:59
2-17 The Beautiful South Love Wars
Bass Guitar – Sean WelchDrums – David SteadEngineer – Jeffrey K. DovnerGuitar – David RotherayPiano, Keyboards – Damon ButcherProducer – Lenny KayeSaxophone – Gary Birtles*, Kevin Brown (3)Trumpet – Tony Robinson (3)Vocals – Brianna Corrigan*, Dave Hemingway*, Paul HeatonWritten-By – Cecil*, Linda Womack
4:36
2-18 Michael Feinstein Both Sides Now
Engineer [Recording] – Hank CicaloProducer, Arranged By, Conductor – Ian BernardVocals, Piano – Michael FeinsteinWritten-By – Joni Mitchell
5:14
2-19 John Zorn T.V. Eye
Alto Saxophone – John ZornBass – Bill LaswellDrums – Ted EpsteinEngineer – Martin BisiGuitar – Robert QuineProducer, Arranged By – John ZornVocals – Yamatsuka EyeWritten-By – The Stooges
2:25
2-20 The Cure Hello I Love You (Slight Return)
Written-By – The Doors
0:10

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Includes a 56 page booklet
Mastered at Sterling Sound

Disc 1
Track 1 recorded at The Live House, Launceston, Cornwall, England. Published by Doors Music Co., ASCAP. Originally by The Doors, 1968
Track 2 recorded at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley and at A&M Studios, Los Angeles. Originaly by Glenn Yarbrough, 1957
Track 3 recorded at Cathouse Studios, South London, England. Published by Grass Roots Productions, BMI. Originally by Love, 1966
Track 4 recorded vocals recorded at Paisley Park, Minneapolis, MN. Music recorded and mixed at Serious Sound, NYC. Published by Shada Music Inc., ASCAP Originally by New Seekers, 1971
Track 5 recorded at The Power Station, NYC. Mixed at The Hit Factory, NYC. Published by Fingers Music/Cass County Music/Red Cloud Music, ASCAP. Originally by Eagles, 1976
Track 6 recorded at Great Linford Manor Studios, Milton Keynes, England. Published by Zevon Music, BMI. Originally by Warren Zevon, 1978
Track 7 mixed at C.B.S. Roof Top Studios, London, England. Recorded at Studio Syrland, Reykajavik, Iceland. Published by Singing Wire Music, BMI. Originally by Sailcat, 1972
Track 8 rhythm track recorded at Ian London Studio. Vocals recorded at Cherokee Studios, LA. Originally by Josh White, 1956
Track 9 recorded in Radio X Mobile at Fox Run Studios. Published by United Artists Music Corp., ASCAP. Originally by Tom Paxton, 1965
Track 10 recorded at Chicago Recording Company, Chicago, IL. Published by Warner Tamerlane Publishing Corp., BMI. Originally by Paul Butterfield Blues Band, 1965
Track 11 recorded at Sunset Sound Factory, Los Angeles. Mixed at House of Music, West Orange, New Jersey. Published by Quackenbush Music Ltd., ASCAP. Originally by Carly Simon, 1972
Track 12 recorded at Technisonic Studios, St. Louis, Published by Double Exposure Music Inc., ASCAP. Originally by Television, 1977
Track 13 recorded at Skyline Studios, NYC. Published by Irving Music Inc. Originally by Delaney & Bonnie, 1968
Track 14 recorded at Eden Studios, London. Published by Essex Music International, Inc., ASCAP. Originally by John Kongos, 1972
Track 15 recorded at the Nut Ranch, Los Angeles. Mixed at Ground Control, Los Angeles. Published by Lido Music Inc., ASCAP. Originally by The Cars, 1979
Track 16 recorded at Vintage Studio, Phoenix. Mixed for On Yer Bike, Ltd. Published by Irving Music Inc., BMI. Originally by Don Nix & The Alabama State Troupers
Track 17 recorded at Creative Audio. Mixed at Skyline Studios, NYC. Published by Third Story Music, BMI. Originally by Fred Neil, 1965
Track 18 recorded at Greene Street Recording, NYC. Recorded and mixed at Unique Recording, NYC. Recorded at Ambience Recordings, Farmington Hills, Michigan. Published by Snug Music & C'est Music, ASCAP. Originally by Carly Simon, 1978
Track 19 recorded at The Shed, Maidenhead, England. Published by Warner Tamerlane Publishing Corp., BMI. Originally by David Ackles, 1968

Disc 2
Track 1 recorded at Amigo Recording Studios, N. Hollywood, CA. Published by Warner Tamerlane Publishing Corp., BMI. Originally by MC5, 1969
Track 2 recorded at Soundscape Studios, Atlanta, GA. Mixed at Ardent Studios, Memphis. Published by Whenaha Music Co., Greasy King Music, ASCAP. Originally by John Fogerty, 1975
Track 3 Mixed at Powertrax, Los Angeles. Recorded at Ultrasonic Sound, New Orleans, LA. Art Neville appears courtesy of A&M Records, Inc. Published by Dennis Linde Music, adm. by EMI Blackwood Music Inc., BMI. Originally by Dennis Linde
Track 4 recorded at Kajem/Victory Studios, Philadelphia. Published by Colgems EMI Music Inc., ASCAP. Originally by Bread
Track 5 recorded and mixed at The Complex, January 9th, 1990. Originally by Kathy & Carol, 1965
Track 6 recorded at Ironwood Studios, Seattle. Published by Ram's Horn Music. Originally by Bob Dylan, 1974
Track 7 recorded at Groove Masters. Mixed at Bill Schnee Studios. Published by Warner Tamerlane Publishing Corp., BMI. Originally by Incredible String Band, 1967
Track 8 recorded at Dreamland Recording Studios, Woodstock, NY. Mixed at Electric Lady, New York. Published by Companion Music, Open Window Music, BMI. Originally by Jackson Browne, 1973
Track 9 recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California. Published by Glenwood Music Corp., ASCAP. Originally by Queen, 1974
Track 10 recorded and mixed at Bearsville Studios, NY. Published by Warner Tamerlane Publishing Corp., BMI. Originally by Rhinoceros, 1968
Track 11 recorded and mixed at the Belmont Mall, Bloomington, IN. Published by Alley Music/Trio Music, BMI. Originally by The Cate Brothers, 1975
Track 12 recorded at Skyline Studios, NYC. Published by Warner Bros. Inc. ASCAP. Originally by Phil Ochs, 1964
Track 13 recorded and mixed at Studio 55, Hollywood, CA. Nia Peeples-Hewtt appears courtesy of Polygram Records, Inc. Published by Jeddrah Music/Cass County Music/Red Cloud Music, ASCAP. Originally by Eagles, 1979
Track 14 recorded at Chung King House of Downtime, NYC. Published by G.W. Jr. Music Inc./Outer National Pub. Co., ASCAP. Originally by Pieces Of A Dream, 1982
Track 15 recorded at Troutman Sound Labs. Published by Bridgeport Music, Inc., BMI. Originally by The Clark Sisters, 1983
Track 16 recorded at Kajem Studios, Gladwyne, PA. Published by Fiction Songs, Ltd., ASCAP. Originally by The Cure, 1985
Track 17 recorded at Newbury Sound Studios, Boston. Published by Next Flight Music, BMI. Originally by Womack & Womack, 1983
Track 18 recorded at Group IV Recording Studios, Hollywood, California. Published by Siquomb Publishing, BMI. Originally by Judy Collins, 1967
Track 19 recorded at B.C. Studio, Brooklyn, NY. Published by Warner Tamerlane Publishing Corp., BMI. Originally by The Stooges, 1970
Track 20 published by Doors Music Co., ASCAP. Originally by The Doors, 1968

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 7559-60940-2
  • ASIN: B000008FCS
  • Other (Disc 1 Catalog Number): 60940-2-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): 2 60940-2 1 SRC-01 M2S2
  • Other (Disc 2 Catalog Number): 60940-2-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): 2 60940-2 2 SRC-01 M3S8

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9 60940-2, PRCD 8208-2 Various Rubáiyát (Elektra's 40th Anniversary)(4xCD, Comp, Promo + Box) Elektra, Elektra 9 60940-2, PRCD 8208-2 US 1990 Sell This Version
7559-60940-1 Various Rubáiyát (Elektra's 40th Anniversary)(4xLP, Comp + Box) Elektra 7559-60940-1 Germany 1990 Sell This Version
7559-60940-4 Various Rubáiyát (Elektra's 40th Anniversary)(2xCass, Comp + Box) Elektra 7559-60940-4 Germany 1990 Sell This Version
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7559-60940-2 Various Rubáiyát (Elektra's 40th Anniversary)(2xCD, Comp) Elektra 7559-60940-2 Europe 1990 Sell This Version

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