Fallout 4: The Unofficial Soundtrack

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Tracklist

Digital Media 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1A Wonderful Guy
recording of:
I’m in Love With a Wonderful Guy (South Pacific)
lyricist:
Oscar Hammerstein II (of Rodgers & Hammerstein)
composer:
Richard Rodgers (composer)
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. and Williamson Music Company
part of:
South Pacific (Rodgers & Hammerstein musical)
Tex Beneke & Margaret Whiting1:52
2Ac‐cent‐tchu‐ate the Positive
recorded in:
Hollywood, United States (on 1944-12-08)
vocals:
The Andrews Sisters (on 1944-12-08) and Bing Crosby (on 1944-12-08)
orchestra:
Vic Schoen’s Orchestra (on 1944-12-08)
conductor:
Vic Schoen (on 1944-12-08)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
MCA Records, Inc. (do not use as a release label! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.)
recording of:
Ac‐cent‐tchu‐ate the Positive (on 1944-12-08)
lyricist:
Johnny Mercer (in 1944)
composer:
Harold Arlen (in 1944)
publisher:
Harwin Music Corporation (aka Harwin-Music Corp.), Warner/Chappell Music, Hong Kong Limited (華納音樂版權香港有限公司 (1995–2019)), 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) and ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部
The Andrews Sisters and Bing Crosby2:44
3Anything Goes
vocals:
Cole Porter (composer)
arranger:
Vince Giordano
recorded at:
Victor Studio #3 (Cherokee C) (on 1934-11-27) and Clinton Recording Studios (NYC 10th Ave til 2010) in New York, United States (on 2004-05-04)
recording of:
Anything Goes
lyricist and composer:
Cole Porter (composer) (in 1934)
publisher:
Chappell Music (UK), Chappell Music Ltd. and Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!)
part of:
Anything Goes
Cole Porter3:09
4Atom Bomb Baby
The Five Stars52:18
5Butcher Pete, Part 1
baritone saxophone:
Leroy Rankins (40-50s US jazz saxophonist) (on 1949-11-02)
bass guitar:
Tommy Shelvin (US bassist) (on 1949-11-02)
drums (drum set):
Frank Parker (1950s US R&B drummer) (on 1949-11-02)
guitar:
Louis Sargent (on 1949-11-02)
piano:
Edward Santineo (on 1950-04-19)
tenor saxophone:
Johnny Fontenette (on 1949-11-02)
trumpet:
Teddy Riley (US R&B singer & producer) (on 1949-11-02)
vocals:
Roy Brown (blues musician)
partial recording of:
Butcher Pete (on 1949-11-02)
writer:
Roy Brown (blues musician) (until 1949-11-02) and Henry Bernard (until 1949-11-02)
Roy Brown32:30
6Butcher Pete, Part 2
baritone saxophone:
Leroy Rankins (40-50s US jazz saxophonist) (on 1949-11-02)
bass guitar:
Tommy Shelvin (US bassist) (on 1949-11-02)
drums (drum set):
Frank Parker (1950s US R&B drummer) (on 1949-11-02)
guitar:
Louis Sargent (on 1949-11-02)
piano:
Edward Santineo (on 1950-04-19)
tenor saxophone:
Johnny Fontenette (on 1949-11-02)
trumpet:
Teddy Riley (US R&B singer & producer) (on 1949-11-02)
vocals:
Roy Brown (blues musician)
partial recording of:
Butcher Pete (on 1949-11-02)
writer:
Roy Brown (blues musician) (until 1949-11-02) and Henry Bernard (until 1949-11-02)
Roy Brown32:41
7Civilization (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo)
vocals:
The Andrews Sisters (on 1947-09-27) and Danny Kaye (on 1947-09-27)
orchestra:
Vic Schoen and His Orchestra (on 1947-09-27)
recording of:
Civilization (Angel in the Wings) (on 1947-09-27)
lyricist:
Bob Hilliard (in 1947)
composer:
Carl Sigman (in 1947)
Danny Kaye & The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra23:03
8Crawl Out Through the Fallout
Sheldon Allman2:21
9Crazy He Calls Me
double bass:
Jack Lesberg (on 1949-10-19)
drums (drum set):
Norris "Bunny" Shawker (on 1949-10-19)
guitar:
Tony Mottola (on 1949-10-19)
piano:
Bernie Leighton (on 1949-10-19)
reeds:
Milt Yaner (on 1949-10-19)
trumpet:
Bobby Hackett (on 1949-10-19)
woodwind:
John Fulton (on 1949-10-19)
vocals:
Billie Holiday (on 1949-10-19)
recorded at:
Decca Studios (New York) in New York, United States (on 1949-10-19)
recording of:
Crazy He Calls Me (on 1949-10-19)
lyricist:
Bob Russell (US songwriter/lyricist Sidney Keith “Bob” Russell)
composer:
Carl Sigman
publisher:
Harrison Music Corp., Major Songs, Music Sales Corporation (American copyright holder in both popular and classical music) and ミュージック・セールス (Japan, subsidiary of Shinko Music Entertainment)
Billie Holiday3.653:05
10Dear Hearts and Gentle People
recorded in:
Hollywood, United States (on 1949-10-26)
lead vocals:
Bing Crosby (on 1949-10-26)
vocals:
Jud Conlon’s Rhythmaires (on 1949-10-26)
orchestra:
Perry Botkin’s String Band (on 1949-10-26)
conductor:
Perry Botkin (on 1949-10-26)
cover recording of:
Dear Hearts and Gentle People
lyricist:
Bob Hilliard
composer:
Sammy Fain
Bing Crosby2:41
11Easy Living
piano:
Teddy Wilson (on 1937-06-01)
vocals:
Billie Holiday (on 1937-06-01)
recording of:
Easy Living (on 1937-06-01)
lyricist:
Leo Robin (US composer, lyricist & songwriter)
writer:
Ralph Rainger (in 1937) and Leo Robin (US composer, lyricist & songwriter) (in 1937)
composer:
Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin (US composer, lyricist & songwriter)
publisher:
Famous Music (renamed since 2007-05 as Sony/ATV Harmony/Melody) and Famous Music Corporation (in 1937, in 1964)
Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra3:05
12Good Rockin’ TonightRoy Brown with Bob Ogden & Orchestra2:59
13Grandma Plays the Numbers
alto saxophone:
William “Cat” Anderson (on 1948-12-19) and Frank Culley (on 1948-12-19)
double bass:
Jimmy Butts (on 1948-12-19)
drums (drum set):
Connie Kay (on 1948-12-19)
tenor saxophone:
Hal Singer (on 1948-12-19)
vocals:
Wynonie Harris (R&B singer, known as “Mr. Blues”) (on 1948-12-19)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Proper Records Ltd. (company credits only; do NOT use as release label)
Wynonie Harris2:39
14Happy Times
recording of:
Happy Times (from 1949 film The Inspector General)
writer:
Sylvia Fine (in 1949)
Bob Crosby and The Bob Cats2:45
15He’s a Demon – He’s a Devil – He’s a DollBetty Hutton3:17
16I Don’t Want to Set the World on Fire
recording of:
I Don’t Want to Set the World on Fire (on 1941-08-27)
composer:
Bennie Benjamin, Eddie Durham (American guitarist, trombonist, composer and arranger.), Sol Marcus and Eddie Seiler
publisher:
Bennie Benjamin Music Inc., Eddie Durham Swing Music Publishing and Ocheri Publishing Corp.
The Ink Spots4.353:06
17Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall
vocals:
Ella Fitzgerald (on 1944-08-30)
recording of:
Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall (on 1944-08-30)
lyricist:
Allan Roberts (songwriter)
composer:
Doris Fisher
Ella Fitzgerald and The Ink Spots3:06
18It’s a Man
Betty Hutton2:29
19It’s All Over but the Crying
The Ink Spots2:49
20Keep a Knockin’
alto saxophone, baritone saxophone and clarinet:
Louis Jordan (US jazz, blues and r&b musician and songwriter) (on 1939-03-29)
double bass:
Charlie Drayton (1930s-50s blues bassist) (on 1938-03-29)
drums (drum set):
Walter Martin (1930-40s drummer) (on 1939-03-29)
piano:
Clarence Johnson (1930s jazz & blues pianist) (on 1939-03-29)
tenor saxophone:
Lemuel Johnson (on 1939-03-29)
trumpet:
Courtney Williams (1930-40s trumpeter) (on 1939-03-29)
vocals:
Louis Jordan (US jazz, blues and r&b musician and songwriter) (on 1939-03-29)
recording of:
Keep A-Knockin' (But You Can't Come In) (Louis Jordan's version) (on 1939-03-29)
lyricist and composer:
John Henry ‘Perry’ Bradford and Bert M. Mays
arranger:
Louis Jordan (US jazz, blues and r&b musician and songwriter)
version of:
You Can't Come In
Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five2:32
21Maybe
recording of:
Maybe
writer:
Allan Flynn and Frank Madden (US songwriter)
publisher:
Robbins (publisher)
The Ink Spots2:50
22Mighty, Mighty Man
bass guitar:
Percy Gabriel (in 1947-10)
drums (drum set):
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (in 1947-10)
guitar:
Bill Jones (1940s US R&B guitarist) (in 1947-10)
piano:
Walter Daniels (in 1947-10)
tenor saxophone:
Earl M. Barnes (in 1947-10)
trombone:
Clement Tervalone (in 1947-10)
trumpet:
Wallace Davenport (in 1947-10)
vocals:
Roy Brown (blues musician)
recording of:
Mighty, Mighty Man (in 1947-10)
lyricist and composer:
Roy Brown (blues musician) (until 1947-10)
Roy Brown with Earl M. Barnes & His Orchestra2:34
23One More Tomorrow
Frankie Carle and His Orchestra feat. Marjorie Hughes3:21
24Orange Colored SkyNat King Cole2:34
25Personality
recording of:
Personality (in 1959)
lyricist and composer:
Harold Logan and Lloyd Price
Lloyd Price2:35
26Pistol Packin’ Mama
recorded in:
Hollywood, United States (on 1943-09-27)
vocals:
The Andrews Sisters (on 1943-09-27) and Bing Crosby (on 1943-09-27)
orchestra:
Vic Schoen and His Orchestra (on 1943-09-27)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
MCA Records, Inc. (do not use as a release label! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.)
cover recording of:
Pistol-Packin' Mama (on 1943-09-27)
publisher:
Albert Poindexter (on 1942-02-16)
lyricist and composer:
Al Dexter
publisher:
Universal‐Songs of PolyGram International, Inc.
Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters and Vic Schoen and His Orchestra33:02
27Right Behind You Baby
Ray Smith2:25
28Rocket 69
recording of:
Rocket 69 (on 1951-07-06)
writer:
Henry Glover and Barry Mann
Connie Allen & Todd Rhodes Orchestra2:45
29Sixty Minute Man
recording of:
Sixty Minute Man
lyricist and composer:
Rose Marks (until 1951) and Billy Ward (US r&b/soul vocalist) (until 1951)
Clyde McPhatter & Billy Ward and His Dominoes2:31
30The End of the World
Skeeter Davis52:37
31The Wanderer
recording of:
The Wanderer
lyricist and composer:
Ernie Maresca
cover recording of:
The Wanderer
lyricist and composer:
Ernie Maresca
Dion4.52:46
32Undecided
vocals:
Ella Fitzgerald
orchestra:
Chick Webb and His Orchestra
recording of:
Undecided
lyricist:
Sid Robin (in 1938)
composer:
Charlie Shavers (in 1938)
Ella Fitzgerald3:19
33Uranium Fever
Elton Britt2:19
34Uranium Rock
Warren Smith2:02
35Way Back Home
recording of:
Way Back Home
writer:
Al Lewis (Tin Pan Alley era lyricist) and Tom Waring
publisher:
Francis, Day & Hunter Ltd. and Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin)
Bob Crosby’s Bobcats2:54
36Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On
vocals:
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, nicknamed “The Killer”)
cover recording of:
Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On
writer:
Roy Hall (US rockabilly pianist & songwriter) and Dave “Curly” Williams
publisher:
Cherio Music Publishers, Inc., EMI Music Publishing Ltd., Marlyn Music Publishing Inc., Marlyn Music Publishing Ltd. and Whole Lotta Shakin' Music
Jerry Lee Lewis2:53
37Worry Worry Worry
The Three Suns2:35