Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Start Me Up
The Rolling Stones 4 3:32
2 She's Not There
Santana 3:17
3 Layla
Derek and the Dominos 2:44
4 Do the Strand
Roxy Music 4:00
5 Steppin' out
Joe Jackson 5 4:24
6 If I Had a Rocket Launcher
Bruce Cockburn 4:56
7 Little Arithmetics
dEUS 4 4:30
8 Sunday Morning
The Velvet Underground 4.15 2:54
9 Senses Working Overtime
XTC 4:47
10 I'm in Love Witha German Film Star
The Passions 3:58
11 Is Vic There?
Department S 3:06
12 The Eton Rifles
The Jam 3:27
13 Jessica
The Allman Brothers Band 4:03
14 Free Bird
Lynyrd Skynyrd 4:20
15 The Boys Are Back in Town
Thin Lizzy 4.25 4:24
16 Born to Be Wild
Steppenwolf 4.15 3:29
17 Smoke on the Water
Deep Purple 5:20
18 Time Ain't Nothing
Green on Red 3 3:17
19 No myth
Michael Penn 4:10
20 Dead or Alive
John Cale 3:52
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Beautiful Day
U2 3.9 4:03
2 Higher Ground
Red Hot Chili Peppers 4.3 3:22
3 Money for Nothing
Dire Straits 3.85 4:06
4 Owner of a Lonely Heart
Yes 4 4:27
5 Blitzkrieg Bop
Ramones 4.55 2:13
6 Itchycoo Park
Small Faces 2:48
7 Magnolia
J.J. Cale 3 3:24
8 Your Ghost
Kristin Hersh 3:17
9 Closer to Fine
Indigo Girls 5 4:01
10 Streets of Your Town
The Go‐Betweens 3:28
11 Broken English
Marianne Faithfull 4.5 4:35
12 Sunday Morning Sunrise
Kevin Coyne 5:34
13 Allison
Elvis Costello 4.35 3:21
14 Spinning Wheel
Blood, Sweat & Tears 4 4:07
15 Rockin' the Res
John Trudell 3:31
16 Gimme Some Lovin'
The Spencer Davis Group 4.65 2:54
17 Who are you
The Who 5:00
18 Addicted to Love
Robert Palmer 4:20
19 Maggie May
Rod Stewart 4.35 5:12
20 The Logical Song
Supertramp 4 4:09

Credits

CD 1

acoustic guitar and bass guitar:
Phil Lynott (track 15)
drums:
Richard Williams (UK drummer for The Passions) (track 10)
guitar:
Scott Gorham (track 15)
Brian Robertson (Thin Lizzy & Motörhead) (track 15)
Clive Timperley (track 10)
Barbara Gogan (track 10)
bass:
David Agar (track 10)
arranger:
Joe Jackson (English musician) (track 5)
background vocals:
Nico (Christa Päffgen, German singer, fashion model, actress) (track 8)
co-mixer:
Joe Jackson (English musician) (track 5)
David Kershenbaum (track 5)
co-producer:
Joe Jackson (English musician) (track 5)
David Kershenbaum (track 5)
composer:
David Agar (track 10)
John Cale (track 8)
Bryan Ferry (track 4)
Lou Reed (track 8)
Clive Timperley (track 10)
Ronnie Van Zant (track 14)
David Wardill (track 10)
Richard Williams (UK drummer for The Passions) (track 10)
Rod Argent (track 2)
Mars Bonfire (track 16)
Bruce Cockburn (track 6)
Allen Collins (track 14)
Joe Jackson (English musician) (track 5)
Phil Lynott (track 15)
Andy Partridge (track 9)
Michael Penn (track 19)
Paul Weller (track 12)
engineer:
Michael Ewasko (track 5)
lead vocals:
Joe Jackson (English musician) (track 5)
lyricist:
Bryan Ferry (track 4)
Lou Reed (track 8)
Ronnie Van Zant (track 14)
Rod Argent (track 2)
Mars Bonfire (track 16)
Bruce Cockburn (track 6)
Allen Collins (track 14)
Barbara Gogan (track 10)
Joe Jackson (English musician) (track 5)
Phil Lynott (track 15)
Andy Partridge (track 9)
Michael Penn (track 19)
Paul Weller (track 12)
producer:
John Alcock (producer) (track 15)
Kerry Crawford (track 6)
The Glimmer Twins (production name for Mick Jagger & Keith Richards) (track 1)
Jon Goldsmith (track 6)
The Jam (late 70s/early 80s UK punk/mod revival band) (track 12)
Gabriel Mekler (track 16)
Peter Wilson (UK Producer) (track 10)
Tom Wilson (Producer, worked with Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel, Zappa, VU, etc.) (track 8)
recording engineer:
Omi Haden (track 8)
vocals:
Clive Timperley (track 10)
Barbara Gogan (track 10)
Phil Lynott (track 15)
writer:
Ritchie Blackmore (track 17)
Eric Clapton (track 3)
Ian Gillan (track 17)
Roger Glover (track 17)
Jim Gordon (Drummer (Derek and the Dominos)) (track 3)
Mike Herbage (track 11)
Mick Jagger (track 1)
Jon Lord (track 17)
Ian Paice (track 17)
Keith Richards (Rolling Stones guitarist) (track 1)
Vaughn Toulouse (track 11)
phonographic copyright by:
UMG Recordings, Inc. (Universal Music Group's legal name in the US) (1967) (track 8)
Telstar Records Plc (1996 –) (track 16)
Promotone B.V. (not for release label use!) (2012) (track 1)
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 17)
HEC Music (track 17)
Henrees Music co. (track 17)
Marquis Music Ltd. (track 2)
Marquis Songs USA (track 2)
PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (renamed as Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. since ca. 1998 or thereafter) (track 15)
Stylist Music Ltd. (track 12)
E.G. Music Ltd. (1973) (track 4)
sampled by:
Triple Double by Girl Talk (track 5)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 129) (track 16)
arrangements:
Born to Be Wild (for percussion, Lang) (track 16)
cover recording of:
She’s Not There (track 2)
is the basis for:
Goin’ Blind (track 3)
later parody versions:
Amos (track 3)
Born-Again Child (track 16)
Cheap Birds (track 14)
Freebird (track 14)
Smarten Up (track 1)
Walk on the Water (track 17)
later translated parody versions:
Humo en el water (track 17)
Humppaan (track 3)
Savua Laatokalla (track 17)
later translated versions:
Drah mi auf (track 1)
Gemmas wieda an (track 15)
She’s Not There (Japanese version) (track 2)
later versions:
Born to Be Wild (german version) (track 16)
recording of:
Born to Be Wild (track 16)
Do the Strand (track 4)
Free Bird (track 14)
Is Vic There? (track 11)
Layla (track 3)
No Myth (track 19)
Smoke on the Water (track 17)
Start Me Up (track 1)
Steppin' Out (track 5)
Sunday Morning (track 8)
The Eton Rifles (track 12)
referred to in medleys:
Layla Mix (track 3)
Polkas on 45 (track 17)

CD 2

acoustic guitar:
Martin Quittenton (1971) (track 19)
Hammond organ:
Ian McLagan (1971) (track 19)
cymbal:
Micky Waller (1971) (track 19)
bodhrán:
Liam Ó Maonlaí (track 9)
bass guitar:
Dee Dee Ramone (track 5)
Ronnie Wood (1971) (track 19)
Chris Squire (Yes bassist) (1983) (track 4)
woodwind:
John Helliwell (track 20)
mandolin:
Peter O’Toole (bassist and mandolinist) (track 9)
Ray Jackson (1971) (track 19)
David Lindley (1971) (track 19)
drums:
Karl T. Himmel (track 7)
Tommy Ramone (track 5)
Bob Siebenberg (track 20)
Chad Smith (drummer from Red Hot Chili Peppers) (track 2)
Micky Waller (1971) (track 19)
Alan White (Yes drummer) (1983) (track 4)
drums and percussion:
Bobby Colomby (track 14)
recorder and trombone:
Jerry Hyman (trombone player) (track 14)
synthesizer:
Brian Eno (track 1)
flute, organ, piano and trombone:
Dick Halligan (track 14)
guitar:
J.J. Cale (track 7)
John Frusciante (track 2)
Johnny Ramone (track 5)
Amy Ray (track 9)
Emily Saliers (track 9)
Trevor Rabin (1983) (track 4)
guitar and harmonica:
Steve Katz (track 14)
harmonica:
Ed Colis (track 7)
bass:
Jim Fielder (Bassist with Blood, Sweat & Tears) (track 14)
Flea (US bassist) (track 2)
Dougie Thomson (track 20)
electric guitar:
Ronnie Wood (1971) (track 19)
percussion:
Paulinho da Costa (track 9)
keyboard:
Rick Davies (UK keyboardist, member of Supertramp) (track 20)
Tony Kaye (1983) (track 4)
alto saxophone and piano:
Fred Lipsius (track 14)
celesta:
Pete Sears (1971) (track 19)
piano:
Bob Wilson (piano) (track 7)
tin whistle:
12 string guitar:
Ronnie Wood (1971) (track 19)
guitar family and keyboard:
Roger Hodgson (track 20)
flugelhorn and trumpet:
Al Rubin (track 14)
Lew Soloff (track 14)
additional composer:
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 3)
additional engineer:
Steve Harris (mixer/producer) (track 1)
Tim Palmer (British producer/mixer) (track 1)
additional guest vocals:
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police) (track 3)
additional producer:
Steve Lillywhite (track 1)
arranger:
Fred Lipsius (track 14)
assistant engineer:
Lenise Bent (track 20)
Jeff Harris (recording engineer) (track 20)
Chris Heaney (track 1)
Don Hünerberg (track 5)
associate producer:
Thomas Erdelyi (Tommy Ramone) (track 5)
background vocals:
David Howell Evans (U2 guitarist David Evans) (track 1)
Daniel Lanois (track 1)
Luka Bloom (track 9)
Peter O’Toole (bassist and mandolinist) (track 9)
Iris Parker (track 2)
Julie Ritter (track 2)
Gretchen Seager (track 2)
Jack Sherman (track 2)
Kristen Vigard (track 2)
WAG (track 2)
Liam Ó Maonlaí (track 9)
composer:
J.J. Cale (track 7)
Adam Clayton (track 1)
Rick Davies (UK keyboardist, member of Supertramp) (track 20)
David Howell Evans (U2 guitarist David Evans) (track 1)
Larry Mullen, Jr. (track 1)
Robert Palmer (English singer-songwriter) (track 18)
Emily Saliers (track 9)
U2 (Irish rock band) (track 1)
Bono (singer of U2) (track 1)
Roger Hodgson (track 20)
Mark Knopfler (track 3)
Pete Townshend (of The Who) (track 17)
Stevie Wonder (track 2)
engineer:
Scott Litt (track 9)
Fred Catero (track 14)
Rob Freeman (engineer) (track 5)
Roy Halee (track 14)
Peter Henderson (Sound Engineer) (track 20)
Dave Jerden (track 2)
Gary Langan (track 4)
Richard Rainey (track 1)
Garth Richardson (track 2)
guest background vocals:
Michael Stipe (track 8)
lead vocals:
Anthony Kiedis (track 2)
Joey Ramone (track 5)
Rod Stewart (1971) (track 19)
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis) (1983) (track 4)
lyricist:
J.J. Cale (track 7)
Rick Davies (UK keyboardist, member of Supertramp) (track 20)
Robert Palmer (English singer-songwriter) (track 18)
Emily Saliers (track 9)
Bono (singer of U2) (track 1)
Roger Hodgson (track 20)
Mark Knopfler (track 3)
Pete Townshend (of The Who) (track 17)
Stevie Wonder (track 2)
mastering:
George Marino (track 2)
mixer:
Garth Richardson (track 2)
Steve Lillywhite (track 1)
producer:
Michael Beinhorn (track 2)
Chris Blackwell (Island Records) (track 16)
Neil Dorfsman (track 3)
Brian Eno (track 1)
Trevor Horn (track 4)
Daniel Lanois (track 1)
Craig Leon (track 5)
Scott Litt (track 9)
Nick Lowe (UK singer/songwriter/instrumentalist/producer) (track 13)
Jimmy Miller (producer for Rolling Stones/Nirvana etc) (track 16)
Rod Stewart (track 19)
Supertramp (track 20)
Peter Henderson (Sound Engineer) (track 20)
Mark Knopfler (track 3)
programming:
Brian Eno (track 1)
recording engineer:
Joe Mills (engineer) (1970-10-02 – 1970-10-04) (track 7)
Jim Williamson (engineer) (1970-10-02 – 1970-10-04) (track 7)
sound engineer:
Russel Pope (track 20)
vocals:
J.J. Cale (track 7)
Rick Davies (UK keyboardist, member of Supertramp) (track 20)
Amy Ray (track 9)
Emily Saliers (track 9)
Bobby Colomby (track 14)
Dick Halligan (track 14)
Roger Hodgson (track 20)
Steve Katz (track 14)
writer:
Jon Anderson (Yes/Jon & Vangelis) (track 4)
John Cummings (Johnny Ramone) (track 5)
Spencer Davis (track 16)
Thomas Erdelyi (Tommy Ramone) (track 5)
Trevor Horn (track 4)
Jeffrey Hyman (track 5)
Ronnie Lane (track 6)
Steve Marriott (English musician and songwriter) (track 6)
Martin Quittenton (track 19)
Trevor Rabin (track 4)
Chris Squire (Yes bassist) (track 4)
Rod Stewart (track 19)
Muff Winwood (track 16)
Steve Winwood (track 16)
phonographic copyright by:
UMG Recordings, Inc. (Universal Music Group's legal name in the US) (1971) (track 19)
Phonogram Ltd. (London) (company name, NOT a label!) (1988) (track 3)
A&M Records (2010) (track 20)
publisher:
Affirmative Music (track 4)
Black Bull Music (track 2)
Chappell Music Ltd. (track 19)
Chariscourt Ltd. (track 3)
Heavy Nova Music (track 18)
Island Music Ltd. (track 18)
Tower Tunes, Inc. (track 17)
Warner/Chappell Music, Ltd. (1996–present) (track 18)
Island Music Ltd. (1966) (track 16)
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, United States (1970-10-02 – 1970-10-04) (track 7)
Sarm Studios in London, England, United Kingdom (1983) (track 4)
DJ-mixes:
mash-ups:
remixes:
Higher Ground (12″ vocal mix) by Red Hot Chili Peppers (track 2)
sampled by:
Big Willie by Run‐D.M.C. (track 14)
Get Down by G-Unit (track 14)
Let It Out by Girl Talk (track 5)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 92) (track 5)
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 93) (track 5)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 130) (track 19)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 244) (track 16)
cover recording of:
Higher Ground (track 2)
is the basis for:
later parody versions:
Addicted to Spuds (track 18)
Blitzen Bop (track 5)
Eh Up! Let's Sup (track 5)
Expected to Love (track 18)
Lazzie Lay (track 19)
Monkeys for Uncles (track 3)
Sinning Will (track 14)
later translated parody versions:
Humppaa, saatanat! (track 16)
Humppanarkkari (track 18)
later translated versions:
Lumiukko Bop (track 5)
Maggie May (Finnish) (track 19)
Pitkän tien pää (track 14)
later versions:
Donne-moi ton amour (track 16)
Vieille fille (track 14)
recording of:
Addicted to Love (track 18)
Alison (track 13)
Beautiful Day (track 1)
Blitzkrieg Bop (track 5)
Closer to Fine (track 9)
Gimme Some Lovin’ (track 16)
Itchycoo Park (track 6)
Magnolia (track 7)
Money for Nothing (Dire Straits song) (track 3)
Spinning Wheel (track 14)
The Logical Song (track 20)
Who Are You (track 17)
Maggie May (1971) (track 19)
Owner of a Lonely Heart (1983) (track 4)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Polkas (track 4)
Overture (for celebration of music by Pete Townshend and The Who) (track 17)
translated version of:
決鬥 (track 16)