Tracklist

CD 1: Yesterdays Gold: 24 Golden Oldies, Volume 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Sh‐Boom
The Crew-Cuts 2:46
2 Heartbreak Hotel
Elvis Presley 3.75 2:07
3 Chantilly Lace
The Big Bopper 2:23
4 Running Bear
Johnny Preston 2:36
5 Rock Around the Clock
Bill Haley & His Comets 3 2:13
6 Just Walking in the Rain
Johnnie Ray 2:39
7 Great Balls of Fire
Jerry Lee Lewis 1:47
8 I’ll Be Home
Pat Boone 3:00
9 You Are My Destiny
Paul Anka 2:42
10 The Diary
Neil Sedaka 2:16
11 Splish Splash
Bobby Darin 2:04
12 Lollipop
The Chordettes 2:11
13 Twilight Time
The Platters 2:45
14 All I Have to Do Is Dream
The Everly Brothers 2:19
15 Lipstick on Your Collar
Connie Francis 2:19
16 Raunchy
Bill Justis 2:25
17 Little Darlin’
The Diamonds 2:08
18 Love Me Tender
Elvis Presley 3.8 2:44
19 The Girl Can’t Help It
Little Richard 2:26
20 Money Honey
The Drifters 2:59
21 Claudette
The Everly Brothers 2:12
22 Blueberry Hill
Fats Domino 2:28
23 Maybellene
Chuck Berry 3.6 2:18
24 I Got a Woman
Ray Charles 2:48
CD 2: Yesterdays Gold: 24 Golden Oldies, Volume 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Only You
The Platters 2:37
2 Love Letters in the Sand
Pat Boone 2:16
3 Be‐bop‐a‐lula
Gene Vincent 5 2:37
4 Diana
Paul Anka 5 2:23
5 Don’t Be Cruel
Elvis Presley 4 2:02
6 Young Love
Sonny James 2:31
7 (’Til) I Kissed You
The Everly Brothers 2:20
8 Sea of Love
Phil Phillips 4 2:24
9 Earth Angel
The Crew-Cuts 2:53
10 Honey Love
The Drifters 2:25
11 See You Later, Alligator
Bill Haley & His Comets 4 2:46
12 A Teenager in Love
Dion & The Belmonts 5 2:35
13 Who’s Sorry Now
Connie Francis 2:20
14 Tequila
The Champs 5 2:12
15 Reet Petite
Jackie Wilson 2:43
16 I’m Walkin’
Fats Domino 2:02
17 Problems
The Everly Brothers 1:56
18 Sittin’ in the Balcony
Eddie Cochran 1:59
19 My Prayer
The Platters 2:44
20 At the Hop
Danny & The Juniors 2:33
21 That’s All Right
Elvis Presley 1:55
22 Blue Suede Shoes
Carl Perkins 4 2:14
23 Witch Doctor
David Seville 2:21
24 Heartaches at Sweet Sixteen
Kathy Linden 1:47
CD 3: Yesterdays Gold: 24 Golden Oldies, Volume 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Bye Bye Love
The Everly Brothers 2:23
2 Everyday
Buddy Holly 4.75 2:09
3 Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
The Platters 2:40
4 Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On
Jerry Lee Lewis 2:53
5 Hound Dog
Elvis Presley 3.65 2:16
6 April Love
Pat Boone 2:43
7 Shake Rattle and Roll
Bill Haley & His Comets 2:31
8 Crazy Love
Paul Anka 2:24
9 My Blue Heaven
Fats Domino 2:07
10 Stupid Cupid
Connie Francis 2:13
11 Adorable
The Drifters 2:40
12 One Way Ticket (to the Blues)
Neil Sedaka 2:21
13 I’m Movin’ On
Ray Charles 2:11
14 No One Knows
Dion & The Belmonts 2:35
15 Lonely Teardrops
Jackie Wilson 2:41
16 You Send Me
Sam Cooke 4 2:46
17 Please, Please, Please
James Brown 2:45
18 This Little Girl of Mine
The Everly Brothers 2:16
19 Runaway
Del Shannon 2:16
20 One Night
Elvis Presley 2 2:31
21 Cradle of Love
Johnny Preston 2:21
22 One Last Kiss
Bobby Vee 1:59
23 You’ll Never Know
The Platters 2:39
24 Sixteen Tons
Tennessee Ernie Ford 2:36
CD 4: Yesterdays Gold: 24 Golden Oldies, Volume 4
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 It’s Now or Never
Elvis Presley 2.65 3:16
2 Only Sixteen
Sam Cooke 1:54
3 Only the Lonely
Roy Orbison 2:27
4 Blue Monday
Fats Domino 2:25
5 The Great Pretender
The Platters 2:37
6 Bird Dog
The Everly Brothers 2:11
7 What’d I Say
Ray Charles 5:06
8 Red River Rock
Johnny and The Hurricanes 2:09
9 This Magic Moment
The Drifters 2:27
10 The Twist
Chubby Checker 2:35
11 The Ballad of Davy Crockett
Bill Hayes 2:25
12 Mama Guitar
Andy Griffith 2:30
13 Dynamite
Brenda Lee 2:02
14 Breathless
Jerry Lee Lewis 2:41
15 Dream Lover
Bobby Darin 3.5 2:30
16 Teen Angel
Mark Dinning 2:40
17 Good Timin’
Jimmy Jones 2:00
18 Oh Carol
Neil Sedaka 2:16
19 My Home Town
Paul Anka 2:25
20 Red Sails in the Sunset
The Platters 2:24
21 What a Difference a Day Makes
Dinah Washington 3 2:30
22 Devoted to You
The Everly Brothers 2:23
23 My Baby Left Me
Elvis Presley 2:12
24 Giddy Up a Ding Dong
Freddie Bell & The Bell Boys 1:59
CD 5: Yesterdays Gold: 24 Golden Oldies, Volume 5
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 What a Wonderful World
Sam Cooke 4.35 2:06
2 Harbor Lights
The Platters 3:08
3 Are You Lonesome Tonight
Elvis Presley 3 3:08
4 Oh Boy
Buddy Holly 5 2:09
5 Wake Up Little Susie
The Everly Brothers 5 2:00
6 Hats Off to Larry
Del Shannon 1:59
7 I Want to Walk You Home
Fats Domino 2:21
8 Where or When
Dion & The Belmonts 2:38
9 I’m Gonna Knock on Your Door
Eddie Hodges 2:04
10 Where the Boys Are
Connie Francis 2:39
11 Hallelujah, I Love Her So
Ray Charles 2:32
12 Save the Last Dance for Me
The Drifters 2:28
13 Poetry in Motion
Johnny Tillotson 2:33
14 Poor Jenny
The Everly Brothers 2:08
15 I Walk the Line
Johnny Cash 2:42
16 Apache
The Shadows 2:56
17 A Fool Such as I
Elvis Presley 2:28
18 Crazy Arms
Jerry Lee Lewis 2:43
19 Rubber Ball
Bobby Vee 2:19
20 Ebb Tide
The Platters 2:23
21 Little Devil
Neil Sedaka 2:41
22 Who Put the Bomp (In the Bomp, Bomp, Bomp)
Barry Mann 2:41
23 Lonely Teenager
Dion 2:17
24 Poison Ivy
The Coasters 1 2:40

Credits

CD 1: Yesterdays Gold: 24 Golden Oldies, Volume 1

guitar:
Chuck Berry (1955-05-21) (track 23)
maracas [possibly]:
Leonard Chess (1955-05-21) (track 23)
Jerome Green (1955-05-21) (track 23)
double bass:
Willie Dixon (1955-05-21) (track 23)
piano:
Johnnie Johnson (1955-05-21) (track 23)
additional writer:
Vera Matson (1956) (track 18)
Elvis Presley (1956) (track 18)
arranger:
Harry Filler (track 5)
assistant engineer:
Dan Milazzo (tracks 2, 18)
Claudius Mittendorfer (tracks 2, 18)
composer:
Artie Dunn (track 13)
George Goehring (track 15)
Bill Justis (track 16)
Sid Manker (track 16)
Al Nevins (track 13)
Morty Nevins (track 13)
Bobby Troup (track 19)
Chuck Berry (track 23)
Maurice Williams (US singer/songwriter, played with The Zodiacs) (track 17)
George R. Poulton (1861) (track 18)
Jimmy De Knight (1952) (track 5)
Max C. Freedman (1952) (track 5)
engineer:
Ray Bardani (tracks 2, 18)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (track 2)
Chuck Berry (1955-05-21) (track 23)
Elvis Presley (1956-09-01) (track 18)
lyricist:
Bobby Troup (track 19)
Chuck Berry (track 23)
Edna Lewis (track 15)
Buck Ram (track 13)
Maurice Williams (US singer/songwriter, played with The Zodiacs) (track 17)
Jimmy De Knight (1952) (track 5)
Max C. Freedman (1952) (track 5)
Ken Darby (1956) (track 18)
mastering:
Ted Jensen (American mastering engineer) (track 2)
Erick Labson (track 23)
producer:
Archie Bleyer (track 12)
Leonard & Phil Chess (Legendary US production duo) (track 23)
vocals:
Connie Francis (track 15)
Ben Speer (track 2)
Gordon Stoker (track 2)
Jon Dodson (1956-09-01) (track 18)
Charles Prescott (1956-09-01) (track 18)
Rad Robinson (1956-09-01) (track 18)
writer:
Mae Boren Axton (track 2)
The Big Bopper (track 4)
Johnny Bragg (track 6)
Boudleaux Bryant (track 14)
Ray Charles (soul musician, singer and songwriter) (track 24)
Julius Dixson (tracks 12, 12)
Thomas Durden (track 2)
William Edwards (The Chords) (track 1)
Carl Feaster (track 1)
Claude Feaster (track 1)
James Keyes (track 1)
Buddy Killen (track 6)
Floyd McRae (track 1)
Elvis Presley (track 2)
Johnny Preston (track 4)
Renald Richard (track 24)
Robert Riley (track 6)
Beverly Ross (tracks 12, 12)
phonographic copyright by:
PolyGram Records, Inc. (not for release label use! US division of PolyGram) (1956) (track 13)
Geffen Records (2003) (track 23)
publisher:
Acuff-Rose Publ. (track 14)
Anglo-Pic Music Co. Ltd. (tracks 12, 12)
Chappell Music (track 13)
Devon Music Inc. (track 13)
Edward B. Marks Music Co. (founded originally as J. Stern & Co. in 1894, renamed in 1919) (tracks 12, 12)
Excellorec Music (track 17)
Sony/ATV Songs LLC (track 2)
Elvis Presley Music (1956 –) (track 18)
Minurve Records (2009-02-25 –) (track 14)
recorded at:
Universal Studios in Chicago, Illinois, United States (1955-05-21) (track 23)
remasters:
Love Me Tender (legacy edition remaster) by Elvis Presley (track 18)
remixes:
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 18) (track 23)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 45) (track 2)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 141) (track 14)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 235) (track 24)
cover recording of:
Lollipop (track 12)
Rock Around the Clock (Bill Haley's version) (track 5)
Sh‐Boom (track 1)
later parody versions:
Cut-Rate Hotel (track 2)
H.B. Hotel (track 2)
Rock Around the Clock (Bubblerock's version) (track 5)
later translated parody versions:
Hausmasta Rock (track 5)
Élixir rock (Rock Around The Clock) (track 5)
later translated versions:
Estima'm tendrament (track 18)
Lollipop (tracks 12, 12)
Mit dir leben! (track 18)
Rock Around the Clock (Version of Los Hispanos) (track 5)
Rund um die Uhr (track 5)
Tunnista toiseen (track 5)
カラーに口紅 (track 15)
加價熱潮 (track 5)
later versions:
Maybellene (track 23)
Pendant les vacances (All I Have To Do Is Dream) (track 14)
Plus jamais (track 16)
recording of:
I Got a Woman (track 24)
Little Darlin' (track 17)
Lollipop (track 12)
Raunchy (track 16)
Running Bear (track 4)
Twilight Time (track 13)
Maybellene (1955-05-21) (track 23)
Heartbreak Hotel (1956-01-10) (track 2)
Love Me Tender (1956-09-01) (track 18)
referred to in medleys:
Raggarkungen (track 2)
Candy Medley (tracks 12, 12)
Diana / Little Darlin’ / Oh! Carol / Runaway (Raul Seixas medley) (track 17)
Swing the Mood (track 5)
translated version of:
Al caer la noche (track 13)
version of:
Aura Lea (track 18)
We're Gonna Rock Around the Clock (Original Freedman / De Knight version) (track 5)

CD 2: Yesterdays Gold: 24 Golden Oldies, Volume 2

recorded in:
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1956-10-30) (track 6)
drumset [drums]:
Dickie Harrell (1956-05-04) (track 3)
drums:
W.S. Holland (1955-12) (track 22)
Ralph Jones (1950s drummer) (1955-12-12) (track 11)
guitar:
Jimmy Oliver (track 10)
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (1955-12) (track 22)
Jay Perkins (1955-12) (track 22)
Bill Haley (1955-12-12) (track 11)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Cliff Gallup (1956-05-04) (track 3)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Willie Williams (50s rock guitarist) (1956-05-04) (track 3)
bass:
Al Rex (1955-12-12) (track 11)
double bass:
Clayton Perkins (1955-12) (track 22)
double bass [upright bass]:
Jack Neal (1956-05-04) (track 3)
electric guitar:
Francis 'Franny' Beecher (1955-12-12) (track 11)
steel guitar:
William F. 'Billy' Williamson (1955-12-12) (track 11)
piano:
Johnny Grande (1955-12-12) (track 11)
tenor saxophone:
Rudy Pompilli (1955-12-12) (track 11)
additional performer:
The Jordanaires (track 5)
assistant engineer:
Dan Milazzo (track 5)
background vocals:
Gordon Stoker (1956-10-30) (track 6)
baritone vocals:
Andrew Trasher (track 10)
bass vocals:
Bill Pinkney (track 10)
composer:
Paul Anka (track 4)
Georges Boulanger (Romani-Romanian violonist, conductor, composer) (track 19)
J. Fred Coots (track 2)
Chuck Río (track 14)
Charles Kenny (songwriter, violinist) (track 2)
Nick Kenny (track 2)
Mort Shuman (track 12)
Ross Bagdasarian (creator of Alvin and the Chipmunks) (track 23)
Ted Snyder (1923) (track 13)
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (1955) (track 22)
engineer:
Ray Bardani (track 5)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (track 5)
Clyde McPhatter (track 10)
Sonny James (1956-10-30) (track 6)
lyricist:
Paul Anka (track 4)
Chuck Río (track 14)
Charles Kenny (songwriter, violinist) (track 2)
Nick Kenny (track 2)
Ross Bagdasarian (creator of Alvin and the Chipmunks) (track 23)
Jimmy Kennedy (track 19)
Doc Pomus (track 12)
Bert Kalmar (1923) (track 13)
Harry Ruby (1923) (track 13)
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (1955) (track 22)
mastering:
Ted Jensen (American mastering engineer) (track 5)
performer:
Dion & The Belmonts (track 12)
tenor vocals:
Gerhart Trasher (track 10)
vocals:
Connie Francis (track 13)
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (1955-12) (track 22)
Bill Haley (1955-12-12) (track 11)
Gene Vincent (1956-05-04) (track 3)
writer:
Jesse Belvin (track 9)
Otis Blackwell (track 5)
Ric Cartey (track 6)
Tex Davis (track 3)
Gaynel Hodge (track 9)
Carole Joyner (track 6)
Ira Kosloff (track 24)
John Madara (track 20)
Elvis Presley (track 5)
Buck Ram (track 1)
Ande Rand (track 1)
Irving Reid (track 24)
Arthur Singer (track 20)
Tony Springer (track 24)
Gene Vincent (track 3)
David White (rock ’n’ roll pianist & songwriter, member of Danny & the Juniors) (track 20)
Curtis Williams (1950s doo-wop singer, member of The Penguins) (track 9)
phonographic copyright by:
PolyGram Records, Inc. (not for release label use! US division of PolyGram) (1955) (track 1)
publisher:
Bourne Music Ltd. (track 23)
Epa Publishing (track 4)
Hi Lo Music (track 22)
Peter Maurice Music (track 19)
Sony/ATV Songs LLC (track 6)
Special Rider Music (track 21)
Warner/Chappell Music, Ltd. (1996–present) (track 24)
recorded at:
Owen Bradley Studio (aka the "Quonset Hut") in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1956-05-04) (track 3)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 95) (track 22)
cover recording of:
My Prayer (track 19)
That’s All Right (track 21)
Young Love (1956-10-30) (track 6)
is based on:
Avant de mourir (track 19)
is the basis for:
Tequila (Terrorvision cover) (track 14)
What Happened (Sublime) (track 14)
later parody versions:
Don't Be Fooled (track 5)
Krásný Pepek (track 4)
Oy Vay (track 23)
later translated versions:
Be bop a lula (French translation) (track 3)
Diana (track 4)
Diana (track 4)
G'nagelte Schuach (track 22)
Ist schon gut (track 21)
Oh, nur Du (track 1)
Samo tij (track 1)
Sólo tú (track 1)
ダイアナ (track 4)
佛跳牆 (track 5)
悲しき16才 (track 24)
later versions:
Diana (Raul Seixas version) (track 4)
Docteur Miracle (track 23)
Sois pas cruel (track 5)
recording of:
A Teenager in Love (track 12)
At the Hop (track 20)
Diana (track 4)
Only You (And You Alone) (Platters song) (track 1)
Tequila (track 14)
Who’s Sorry Now? (1923 song) (track 13)
Witch Doctor (track 23)
Blue Suede Shoes (1955-12) (track 22)
Be‐Bop‐a‐Lula (1956-05-04) (track 3)
Don’t Be Cruel (1956-07-02) (track 5)
referred to in medleys:
Do You Remember (Stars on 45) (track 21)
Raggarkungen (tracks 1, 22)
Swing the Mood (track 20)

CD 3: Yesterdays Gold: 24 Golden Oldies, Volume 3

recorded in:
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States (1956-02-04) (track 17)
drums:
Panama Francis (1954-06-07) (track 7)
Edison Gore (1956-02-04) (track 17)
guitar:
Bill Haley (1954-06-07) (track 7)
Nafloyd Scott (1956-02-04) (track 17)
bass:
Clarence Mack (1956-02-04) (track 17)
double bass:
Marshall Lytle (1954-06-07) (track 7)
electric guitar:
Danny Cedrone (1954-06-07) (track 7)
steel guitar:
William F. 'Billy' Williamson (1954-06-07) (track 7)
piano:
Johnny Grande (1954-06-07) (track 7)
Lucas "Fats" Gonder (1956-02-04) (track 17)
tenor saxophone:
Joey D'Ambrosio (1954-06-07) (track 7)
Ray Felder (1956-02-04) (track 17)
Wilbert Smith (1956-02-04) (track 17)
additional performer:
The Jordanaires (track 5)
additional writer:
L. C. Cooke (track 16)
assistant engineer:
Dan Milazzo (tracks 5, 20)
Claudius Mittendorfer (tracks 5, 20)
background vocals:
Bobby Byrd (African-American funk/soul/gospel songwriter & producer) (1956-02-04) (track 17)
Nashpendle Knox (1956-02-04) (track 17)
Sylvester Keels (member of James Brown & The Famous Flames) (1956-02-04) (track 17)
Johnny Terry (member of James Brown & The Famous Flames) (1956-02-04) (track 17)
composer:
James Brown (“The Godfather of Soul”) (track 17)
Charles Calhoun (track 7)
Sammy Fain (track 6)
Jerome Kern (tracks 3, 3)
Pearl King (track 20)
Hank Snow (track 13)
Anita Steiman (track 20)
Mike Stoller (track 5)
Dave Bartholomew (track 20)
Sam Cooke (track 16)
Johnny Terry (member of James Brown & The Famous Flames) (track 17)
Merle Travis (track 24)
conductor:
Jack Fascinato (track 24)
Glenn Osser (track 16)
engineer:
Ray Bardani (tracks 5, 20)
lead vocals:
Sam Cooke (track 16)
Elvis Presley (tracks 5, 20)
James Brown (“The Godfather of Soul”) (1956-02-04) (track 17)
lyricist:
James Brown (“The Godfather of Soul”) (track 17)
Charles Calhoun (track 7)
Pearl King (track 20)
Hank Snow (track 13)
Anita Steiman (track 20)
Dave Bartholomew (track 20)
Sam Cooke (track 16)
Otto Harbach (tracks 3, 3)
Jerry Leiber (track 5)
Johnny Terry (member of James Brown & The Famous Flames) (track 17)
Merle Travis (track 24)
mastering:
Ted Jensen (American mastering engineer) (tracks 5, 20)
performer:
The Platters (track 3)
James Brown & The Famous Flames (1956-02-04) (track 17)
producer:
Ahmet Ertegun (track 13)
Buck Ram (track 3)
Jerry Wexler (track 13)
vocals:
Jerry Lee Lewis (track 4)
Bill Haley (1954-06-07) (track 7)
writer:
Roy Hall (US rockabilly pianist & songwriter) (track 4)
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (track 2)
Hank Hunter (track 12)
Jack Keller (track 12)
Norman Petty (track 2)
phonographic copyright by:
Bacci Bros Records (2010) (track 24)
Lucky Vintage (2014) (track 24)
publisher:
ABKCO Music, Inc. (this is a music publisher; for release labels, please use "ABKCO") (track 16)
Chappell & Co. (tracks 3, 3)
Leo Feist, Inc. (track 6)
T.B. Harms (US sheet music publisher 1875 sold to Warner Brothers 1929 sold to Welk Music 1970) (tracks 3, 3)
Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (existed only since ca. 1998) (tracks 3, 3)
Warner/Chappell Music, Ltd. (1996–present) (track 16)
株式会社ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (2017-04-01 –) (track 16)
recorded at:
King Studios in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States (1956-02-04) (track 17)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 115) (track 16)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 236) (track 2)
arrangements:
Dym (Smoke Gets in Your Eyes) (for two violins and piano, Frolov) (tracks 3, 3)
cover recording of:
I’m Moving On (track 13)
Sixteen Tons (track 24)
Shake, Rattle and Roll (1954-06-07) (track 7)
Hound Dog (1956-07-02) (track 5)
One Night (1957-02-23) (track 20)
Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (1958) (track 3)
is the basis for:
Seize tonnes (track 24)
Sie hieß Mary Ann (track 24)
later parody versions:
Found God (track 5)
One Way Ticket (extreme metal version) (track 12)
Sixteen Tons (Parody) (track 24)
later translated versions:
Fumo negli occhi (tracks 3, 3)
Oa Nacht mit dir (track 20)
恋の片道切符 (track 12)
油脂熱潮 (track 12)
靜心等 (track 24)
later versions:
En revenant (track 13)
Menolippu (track 12)
part of:
Roberta (tracks 3, 3)
recording of:
April Love (track 6)
You Send Me (track 16)
Please, Please, Please (1956-02-04) (track 17)
Everyday (1957-09-20) (track 2)
referred to in medleys:
Swing the Mood (tracks 5, 7)
version of:
One Night (Of Sin) (track 20)

CD 4: Yesterdays Gold: 24 Golden Oldies, Volume 4

bass guitar:
Jay W. Brown (1958-01-21) (track 14)
drums:
Panama Francis (track 21)
Jimmy Van Eaton (1958-01-21) (track 14)
flute:
Jerome Richardson (track 21)
guitar:
Kenny Burrell (track 21)
Roland Janes (1958-01-21) (track 14)
Billy Lee Riley (1958-01-21) (track 14)
double bass:
Milt Hinton (track 21)
piano:
Joe Zawinul (track 21)
Jerry Lee Lewis (1958-01-21) (track 14)
baritone saxophone:
Charles Davis (saxophone player) (track 21)
additional performer:
The Jordanaires (track 1)
arranger:
Belford Hendricks (track 21)
assistant engineer:
Dan Milazzo (track 1)
audio engineer:
Jeff Juliano (track 1)
composer:
Otis Blackwell (track 14)
María Grever (track 21)
Hugh Williams (pseudonym for Wilhelm Grosz) (track 20)
Eduardo di Capua (track 1)
Hank Ballard (track 10)
Bobby Darin (track 15)
Buck Ram (track 5)
Jean Surrey (track 16)
conductor:
Belford Hendricks (track 21)
engineer:
Ray Bardani (track 1)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (track 1)
Dinah Washington (track 21)
lyricist:
Otis Blackwell (track 14)
Stanley Adams (US lyricist & songwriter) (track 21)
Hank Ballard (track 10)
Bobby Darin (track 15)
Wally Gold (track 1)
Jimmy Kennedy (track 20)
Buck Ram (track 5)
Aaron Schroeder (50s/60s US songwriter) (track 1)
Jean Surrey (track 16)
mastering:
George Marino (track 1)
mixer:
Ray Bardani (track 1)
David Bendeth (track 1)
performer:
producer:
Jack Clement (track 14)
Ahmet Ertegun (track 15)
Clyde Otis (American songwriter and record producer) (track 21)
Sam Phillips (Producer at Sun Records) (track 14)
Jerry Wexler (track 15)
vocals:
Jerry Lee Lewis (1958-01-21) (track 14)
writer:
Clint Ballard, Jr. (track 17)
Dave Bartholomew (track 4)
Barbara Campbell (collective songwriter pseudonym for Sam Cooke, Lou Adler and Herb Alpert) (track 2)
Fred Tobias (Broadway lyricist) (track 17)
phonographic copyright by:
Sun Record Company (1958) (track 14)
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 21)
Maurice Music (track 21)
Obie Music Inc. (track 14)
Panther Music Corp (track 5)
Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin) (track 20)
Stanley Adams Music (track 21)
Embassy Music Corporation (2016-06 –) (track 10)
sampled by:
Balsa by Gustavo Cerati (track 1)
part of:
cover recording of:
My Baby Left Me (track 23)
The Twist (track 10)
What a Diff’rence a Day Made (1959-06 – 1959-08) (track 21)
later translated versions:
Seize ans (track 2)
Sexton år (track 2)
later versions:
J'ai rêvé (Dream Lover) (track 15)
Två solröda segel (track 20)
recording of:
Blue Monday (track 4)
Dream Lover (track 15)
Good Timin’ (track 17)
Only Sixteen (track 2)
Teen Angel (track 16)
Breathless (1958-01-21) (track 14)
It’s Now or Never (1960-04-03) (track 1)
referred to in medleys:
translated version of:
version of:
’O sole mio (track 1)

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additional performer:
The Jordanaires (track 3)
assistant engineer:
Dan Milazzo (track 3)
composer:
Ray Charles (soul musician, singer and songwriter) (track 11)
Lou Handman (track 3)
Jerry Lordan (track 16)
Gene Pitney (track 19)
Neil Sedaka (track 10)
Aaron Schroeder (50s/60s US songwriter) (track 19)
Ralph Mooney (1954) (track 18)
Chuck Seals (1954) (track 18)
John R. Cash (country music legend) (1956) (track 15)
conductor:
René Hall (track 1)
engineer:
Ray Bardani (track 3)
lead vocals:
Sam Cooke (track 1)
Elvis Presley (track 3)
lyricist:
Ray Charles (soul musician, singer and songwriter) (track 11)
Gene Pitney (track 19)
Howard Greenfield (track 10)
Aaron Schroeder (50s/60s US songwriter) (track 19)
Roy Turk (track 3)
Ralph Mooney (1954) (track 18)
Chuck Seals (1954) (track 18)
John R. Cash (country music legend) (1956) (track 15)
mastering:
George Marino (track 3)
mixer:
Ray Bardani (track 3)
David Bendeth (track 3)
vocals:
Connie Francis (track 10)
writer:
Lou Adler (track 1)
Herb Alpert (track 1)
Mike Anthony (US songwriter) (track 13)
Boudleaux Bryant (track 5)
Felice Bryant (track 5)
Sam Cooke (track 1)
Paul Kaufman (songwriter) (track 13)
Doc Pomus (track 12)
Mort Shuman (track 12)
phonographic copyright by:
Charly Records (2008 –) (track 18)
publisher:
ABKCO Music Ltd. (track 1)
Aberbach (London) (Publisher) (track 15)
EMI Longitude Music (track 10)
Hill & Range (track 11)
Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (1956) (track 18)
DJ-mixes:
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 311) (track 5)
cover recording of:
Are You Lonesome Tonight? (1960-04-03) (track 3)
is the basis for:
later parody versions:
I Walk The Line #3 (track 15)
The Cats of Cash (track 15)
later translated versions:
Yölinjalla (track 15)
¿Estás sola esta noche? (spanish translation of Are You Lonesome Tonight?) (track 3)
二人世界 (track 1)
情難再續 (track 3)
later versions:
recording of:
Apache (track 16)
Crazy Arms (track 18)
I Walk the Line (track 15)
Poetry in Motion (track 13)
Rubber Ball (track 19)
Where the Boys Are (track 10)
Wonderful World (track 1)
referred to in medleys:
Swing the Mood (track 5)

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part of: Yesterdays Gold: 120 Golden Oldies (number: 1)