Blues Night

~ Release by Various Artists (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Tracklist

Digital Media 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Evenin’ (album version)
Jimmy Witherspoon42:41
2I Used to Love You but It’s All Over Now
producer:
T‐Bone Burnett (musician, songwriter and producer) and Diana Krall
acoustic guitar:
Marc Ribot (US guitarist)
bass:
Dennis Crouch (american bass player)
keyboard:
Keefus Ciancia (American score composer)
membranophone:
Jay Bellerose (american drummer and percussionist)
piano:
Diana Krall
vocals:
Diana Krall
cover recording of:
I Used to Love You but It’s All Over Now
lyricist:
Lew Brown
composer:
Albert Von Tilzer
Diana Krall2:51
3Mo Better BluesJacky Terrasson42:38
4I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
Shemekia Copeland4:21
5If I Tell You I Love You
assistant recording engineer:
Glenn Barratt (assistant engineer), Jeremy Miller (engineer based in Los Angeles, CA), Vanessa Par (assistant engineer) and Scott Michael Smith (US engineer/producer)
additional engineer:
Sebastian Zuleta
engineer and mixer:
Antonio “Moogie” Canázio
producer:
Heitor Pereira
assistant mixer:
Marco Ruiz (assistant engineer)
arranger:
Heitor Pereira
recording of:
If I Tell You I Love You
lyricist and composer:
Melody Gardot
Melody Gardot3:33
6The Thrill Is Gone (album version)
recording engineer and mixer:
Joe McGrath
producer:
John Porter (producer and musician US and UK)
guest performer:
Tracy Chapman (American singer-songwriter)
publisher:
Musik-Edition Discoton
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
UMG Recordings, Inc. (operational headquarters of Universal Music Group, based in Santa Monica, USA; read annotations) (in 1997)
recorded at:
Palais des Festivals et des Congrès in Cannes, Alpes-Maritimes, Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur, France (on 1983-01-28)
mixed at:
Sound Castle Recording Studios (former LA location) in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California, United States
live cover recording of:
The Thrill Is Gone (1951 blues song) (on 1983-01-28)
writer:
Roy Hawkins (in 1951) and Rick Darnell (in 1951)
publisher:
BMG Music Publishing, Inc., Carlin Music Corporation, Grosvenor House Music, Modern Music Publishing Co., Inc., Pamco Music Inc., Powerforce Music and Sounds Of Lucille, Inc.
B.B. King & Tracy Chapman45:00
7Tango for DjangoRobbie Robertson33:50
8I Don’t Hurt Anymore
cover recording of:
I Don’t Hurt Anymore
writer:
Don Robertson (“Happy Whistler” songwriter) and Jack Rollins
Dinah Washington & Hal Mooney & His Orchestra33:14
9Til the End (album version)
James Hunter4:17
10Open These BarsOtis Taylor36:30
11Bluebird
engineer:
Chuck Ainlay and Mark Knopfler
co-producer:
Chuck Ainlay and Guy Fletcher (keyboards +)
producer:
Mark Knopfler
recording of:
Bluebird
lyricist and composer:
Mark Knopfler
Mark Knopfler2.353:27
12Don’t Go to Strangers
bass:
Norbert Putnam
drums (drum set):
Chuck Browning
guitar:
J.J. Cale
piano:
Jerry Whitehurst (session pianist)
vocals:
J.J. Cale
recorded at:
Bradley’s Barn in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, United States (on 1971-06-09)
recording of:
Don’t Go to Strangers (on 1971-06-09)
lyricist and composer:
J.J. Cale
J.J. Cale3.42:24
13Port of Rico
tenor saxophone:
Illinois Jacquet (on 1952-07-21)
recording of:
Port of Rico (on 1952-07-21)
composer:
Illinois Jacquet
Illinois Jacquet32:45
14Rag Mop (single version)
cover recording of:
Rag Mop
writer:
Deacon Anderson (songwriter, vocalist, steel guitarist) and Johnnie Lee Wills
publisher:
Hill and Range Southwind Mus S A (BMI-affiliated)
Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra2:51
15Bo Diddley (single version)
drums (drum set):
Clifton James (on 1955-03-02)
guitar:
Bo Diddley (American singer, guitarist, songwriter and music producer) (on 1955-03-02)
maracas:
Jerome Green (on 1955-03-02)
vocals:
Bo Diddley (American singer, guitarist, songwriter and music producer) (on 1955-03-02)
part of:
Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 62), Blues Hall of Fame: Classic of Blues Recording Single (number: 2017) and The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: 2021 edition (number: 277)
recording of:
Bo Diddley (on 1955-03-02)
lyricist and composer:
Ellas McDaniel (American singer, guitarist, songwriter and music producer) (until 1955-03-02)
publisher:
Arc Music Corp. (U.S. rock & blues publisher) and Good Music Ltd.
Bo Diddley3.252:44
16Roll Over Beethoven (single version)
producer:
Leonard & Phil Chess (Legendary US production duo)
double bass:
Willie Dixon (on 1956-04-19)
drums (drum set):
Melvin Billups (on 1956-04-19)
guitar and lead vocals:
Chuck Berry (on 1956-04-19)
piano:
Johnnie Johnson (on 1956-04-19)
tenor saxophone:
Leroy C. Davis (on 1956-04-19)
trumpet:
Vincent Pitts (on 1956-04-19)
recorded at:
Universal Studios (Chicago, IL, USA) in Chicago, Illinois, United States (on 1956-04-19)
part of:
Dave Marsh: The Best of the Top 40 Singles: 1956 (number: 2) and Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 97)
recording of:
Roll Over Beethoven (on 1956-04-19)
lyricist and composer:
Chuck Berry (in 1956-01)
publisher:
Arc Music (U.S. rock & blues publisher), Arc Music Corp. (U.S. rock & blues publisher), Dualtone Words and Songs, Isalee Music Publishing Company and Jewel Music Publishing Co. Ltd. (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
sub-publisher:
Fujipacific Music, Inc. and Rock ’n’ Roll Music
Chuck Berry4.152:23
17How Many More Years (single version)
recorded in:
Memphis, Tennessee, United States (in 1951)
drums (drum set):
Willie Steele (in 1951)
guitar:
Willie Johnson (Member of The Famous Flames) (in 1951)
harmonica and lead vocals:
Howlin’ Wolf (in 1951)
piano:
Ike Turner (in 1951)
part of:
Blues Hall of Fame: Classic of Blues Recording Single (number: 2013)
recording of:
How Many More Years (in 1951)
writer:
Chester Arthur Burnett (in 1951)
Howlin’ Wolf2:42
18Baby, Please Don’t Go
recording of:
Baby Please Don't Go
lyricist and composer:
McKinley Morganfield (blues musician)
publisher:
Bug Music MV GmbH (music publishing)
version of:
Baby, Please Don’t Go
Muddy Waters53:15
19Boom Boom
producer:
Calvin Carter
bass:
James Jamerson
drums (drum set):
Benny Benjamin (US drummer) (in 1961)
guitar:
John Lee Hooker (US blues singer, songwriter & guitarist)
piano:
Joe Hunter
tenor saxophone:
Hank Crosby
vocals:
John Lee Hooker (US blues singer, songwriter & guitarist)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
MCA Records, Inc. (do not use as a release label! a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.) (in 1967)
recorded at:
Universal Recording Corporation, Studio B in Chicago, Illinois, United States (on 1961-10-26)
part of:
Blues Hall of Fame: Classic of Blues Recording Single (number: 2009), Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 218) and The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: 2021 edition (number: 463)
recording of:
Boom Boom (on 1961-10-26)
lyricist and composer:
John Lee Hooker (US blues singer, songwriter & guitarist)
publisher:
Conrad Publishing Co. Inc. and Tristan Music Ltd.
John Lee Hooker3.352:31
20Born Under a Bad Sign (album version)
recorded in:
Memphis, Tennessee, United States (in 1967)
producer:
Jim Stewart (US producer, founder for Stax & Volt Records)
bass guitar:
Donald “Duck” Dunn (US bass guitarist, session musician, record producer & songwriter) (in 1967)
drums (drum set):
Al Jackson, Jr. (Booker T & The MGs drummer) (in 1967)
guitar:
Steve Cropper (in 1967) and Albert King (well‐known US blues guitarist & singer) (in 1967)
horn:
Joe Arnold (in 1967), Wayne Jackson (trumpet/horn, member of The Mar-Keys and The Memphis Horns) (in 1967) and Andrew Love (in 1967)
piano:
Isaac Hayes (in 1967) and Booker T. Jones (in 1967)
lead vocals:
Albert King (well‐known US blues guitarist & singer) (in 1967)
performer:
Booker T. & the MG’s (in 1967) and The Memphis Horns (in 1967)
part of:
Blues Hall of Fame: Classic of Blues Recording Single (number: 1988)
recording of:
Born Under a Bad Sign (in 1967)
lyricist:
William Bell
composer:
Booker T. Jones
publisher:
Cotillion Music Inc. (BMI), Irving Music, Inc., Warner Bros. Music Ltd. (UK subsidiary, so named between 1970/01/23–1971/04/26 and 1972/04/25–1988/08/23) and Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Albert King32:49
21Shout, Sister, Shout! (single version)
choir vocals:
Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra (on 1941-09-05)
lead vocals:
Sister Rosetta Tharpe (on 1941-09-05)
orchestra:
Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra (on 1941-09-05)
conductor:
Lucky Millinder (on 1941-09-05)
recording of:
Shout, Sister, Shout (on 1941-09-05)
lyricist:
Lucky Millinder (in 1941-08)
composer:
Bill Doggett (in 1941-08)
Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra & Sister Rosetta Tharpe2:42
22JerichoSister Rosetta Tharpe42:03
23One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer
Amos Milburn2:56
24Let the Four Winds Blow
bass guitar:
Frank Fields (in 1957-01)
drums (drum set):
Charles Williams (1950s US drummer) (in 1957-01)
guitar:
Justin Adams (1950s session guitarist) (in 1957-01)
piano:
Edward Frank (pianist) (in 1957-01)
saxophone:
Lee Allen (US jazz tenor saxophonist) (in 1957-01), Clarence Hall (in 1957-01) and Herb Hardesty (in 1957-01)
vocals:
Roy Brown (blues musician)
cover recording of:
Let the Four Winds Blow (in 1957-01)
lyricist and composer:
Antoine Dominique Domino and Dave Bartholomew
writer:
Dave Bartholomew and Fats Domino
Roy Brown22:04
25She’s the Most
recording of:
She’s the Most (on 1956-02-27)
lyricist and composer:
Murray Berlin
The Five Keys22:13