Blues Love

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Tracklist

Digital Media 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1I’ll Be There (If You Ever Want Me) (album version)
assistant engineer:
Tony Daigle
producer:
Jim Bateman and John Snyder (US producer)
mixer:
Jay Newland (from 1995-09-15 until 1995-09-18)
bass:
Willie Weeks (US bass player) (from 1995-05-08 until 1995-08-22)
drums (drum set), maracas and tambourine:
Jim Keltner (from 1995-05-08 until 1995-08-22)
guitar:
Amos Garrett (from 1995-05-08 until 1995-08-22)
Hammond organ:
George Bitzer (from 1995-05-08 until 1995-08-22)
slide guitar:
Ry Cooder (from 1995-05-08 until 1995-08-22)
vocals:
Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown (from 1995-05-08 until 1995-08-22)
recorded at:
Dockside Studio in Maurice, Louisiana, United States (from 1995-05-08 until 1995-08-22)
mixed at:
Dockside Studio in Maurice, Louisiana, United States (from 1995-09-15 until 1995-09-18)
cover recording of:
I’ll Be There (If You Ever Want Me)
writer:
Arthur “Rusty” Gabbard and Ray Price (American country music singer, songwriter, and guitarist)
publisher:
Ernest Tubb Music (in 1954)
Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown4:46
2I Just Want to Make Love to You (single version)
producer:
Leonard Chess, Leonard & Phil Chess (Legendary US production duo) and Phil Chess
lead vocals:
Etta James
vocals:
Etta James
orchestra:
Riley Hampton Orchestra
conductor:
Riley Hampton
arranger:
Riley Hampton
cover recording of:
I Just Wanna Make Love to You (in 1960-05)
lyricist and composer:
Willie Dixon
publisher:
Arc Music Corp. (U.S. rock & blues publisher) and Hoochie Coochie Music
Etta James33:07
3Don’t Lose Your Steam
Gregory Porter3:18
4To Know You Is to Love You (single version)
recorded in:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (in 1973-06)
producer:
Dave Crawford (US soul songwriter, keyboard player, singer & producer)
keyboard:
Stevie Wonder (in 1973-06)
conductor:
Dave Crawford (US soul songwriter, keyboard player, singer & producer)
arranger:
Dave Crawford (US soul songwriter, keyboard player, singer & producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
MCA Records, Inc. (do not use as a release label! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.) (in 1973)
cover recording of:
To Know You Is to Love You (1970s song written by Stevie Wonder and Syreeta Wright) (in 1973-06)
writer:
Syreeta Wright (US singer-songwriter active 1970s-80s) and Stevie Wonder
publisher:
Black Bull Music, Inc., Jobete Music Co., Inc. and 大洋音楽
B.B. King3:50
5It Hurts to Be in Love (live)
recorded at:
Flamingo Jazz Club in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (on 1966-04-30)
live cover recording of:
It Hurts to Be in Love (on 1966-04-30)
lyricist and composer:
Julius Dixson and Rudolph Toombs
John Mayall, Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce & Hughie Flint3:21
6Just to Be With You (single version)
recording of:
Just to Be With You
writer:
Bernard Roth
Muddy Waters53:13
7I Can’t Quit You Baby (album version)
bass guitar:
Phil Upchurch (on 1968-11-25)
guitar:
Cash McCall (on 1968-11-25) and Little Milton (on 1968-11-25)
keyboard:
Donny Hathaway (on 1968-11-25)
membranophone:
Big Al Downing (American singer, songwriter, and pianist) (on 1968-11-25)
saxophone and trumpet:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist – Do not add releases here, if possible.) (on 1968-11-25)
vocals:
Little Milton (on 1968-11-25)
cover recording of:
I Can’t Quit You Baby (on 1968-11-25)
lyricist and composer:
Willie Dixon
publisher:
Conrad Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label) and Hoochie Coochie Music
Little Milton6:40
8Love Blues (album version)
guitar:
John Lee Hooker (US blues singer, songwriter & guitarist)
vocals:
John Lee Hooker (US blues singer, songwriter & guitarist)
recording of:
Love Blues
lyricist and composer:
John Lee Hooker (US blues singer, songwriter & guitarist)
John Lee Hooker3:00
9I Got Love If You Want It (single version)Slim Harpo32:49
10Please Love Me (live at the Regal Theater, Chicago, 1964)
producer:
Johnny Pate
drums (drum set):
Sonny Freeman (on 1964-11-21)
electric bass guitar:
Leo Lauchie (on 1964-11-21)
guitar:
B.B. King (from 1964-11-21 until 1964-11-24)
piano:
Duke Jethro (on 1964-11-21)
tenor saxophone:
Johnny Board (on 1964-11-21) and Bobby Forte (saxophonist) (on 1964-11-21)
trumpet:
Kenny Sands (on 1964-11-21)
vocals:
B.B. King (on 1964-11-21)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
MCA Records, Inc. (do not use as a release label! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.)
recorded at:
Regal Theater in Chicago, Illinois, United States (on 1964-11-21)
live recording of:
Please Love Me (on 1964-11-21)
writer:
B.B. King and Jules Taub
publisher:
BMG Music Publishing Ltd., Careers‐BMG Music Publishing, Inc. and Powerforce Music
B.B. King42:58
11Let’s Have a Natural Ball (live)
Robert Cray4:54
12Broken Hearted Blues
Buddy Guy33:09
13Save Your Love for Me (single version)Bobby Bland3:31
14Crazy About You Baby (1991 Chess Box version)
drums (drum set):
Fred Below (in 1953-10)
guitar:
Hubert Sumlin (Chicago blues guitarist and singer) (in 1953-10) and Jody Williams (blues guitarist/singer) (in 1953-10)
harmonica and lead vocals:
Howlin’ Wolf (in 1953-10)
piano:
Hosea Lee Kennard (in 1953-10)
recording of:
Crazy About You, Baby (in 1953-10)
writer:
John Lee Hooker (US blues singer, songwriter & guitarist)
Howlin’ Wolf2:22
15I Love You So
Bo Diddley2:31
16Act Like You Love Me
Jimmy Rogers3:53
17Play With Your Poodle (album version)
assistant engineer:
Tony Daigle and Bill Kinsley
engineer:
Jay Newland
associate producer:
Jay Newland
producer:
John Snyder (US producer)
acoustic guitar:
Joe Louis Walker
double bass:
Charlie Haden (American jazz bassist)
harmonica:
James Cotton (US blues harmonica player, singer & songwriter)
vocals:
James Cotton (US blues harmonica player, singer & songwriter)
recorded at:
Conway Recording Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1995-08-14 until 1995-08-15)
mixed at:
Dockside Studios in Maurice, Louisiana, United States (from 1995-08-23 until 1995-08-24)
James Cotton43:39
18Key to Love (mono)
recording of:
Key to Love
lyricist and composer:
John Mayall
John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers & Eric Clapton2:06
19What a Woman! (a.k.a. Commit a Crime, alternate take)
cover recording of:
What a Woman
writer:
J. Oden (blues singer and songwriter)
Howlin’ Wolf45:10
20If You Got a Heart (single version)
Bobby Bland2:40
21Share Your Love
Susan Tedeschi3:49
22So Glad (single version)
Howlin’ Wolf22:08
23Clouds in My Heart (single version)
recording of:
Clouds in My Heart
lyricist and composer:
McKinley Morganfield (blues musician)
Muddy Waters32:57