Swing When You're Winning

~ Release by Robbie Williams (see all versions of this release, 13 available)

Tracklist

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1I Will Talk and Hollywood Will Listen
recording engineer and mixer:
Al Schmitt
engineer:
Richard Flack (producer/engineer) and Mike Ross-Trevor (engineer)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer)
assistant mixer:
Rupert Coulson (sound engineer) and Ricky Graham (engineer)
vocals:
Robbie Williams
orchestra:
The London Session Orchestra
conductor:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
concertmaster:
Gavyn Wright (UK violinist)
recording of:
I Will Talk and Hollywood Will Listen
orchestrator:
Vince Mendoza
lyricist and writer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer) and Robbie Williams
publisher:
BMG Music Publishing Ltd. and EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
13:18
2Mack the Knife
recording engineer and mixer:
Al Schmitt
assistant engineer:
Steve Genewick and Charlie Paakkari
engineer:
Richard Flack (producer/engineer)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer)
assistant mixer:
Rupert Coulson (sound engineer) and Ricky Graham (engineer)
alto saxophone [alto saxophones]:
Gary Foster (woodwind instrumentalist) and Dan Higgins (saxophonist and woodwind recording artist)
baritone saxophone:
Greg Huckins
bass:
Chuck Berghofer (Jazz bassist)
bass trombone:
Craig Ware (trombonist)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Harold Jones (jazz drummer)
guitar:
George Doering
percussion:
Brian Kilgore
piano:
Jim Cox (US keyboard player, composer)
tenor saxophone [tenor saxophones]:
Pete Christlieb and Sal Lozano
tenor trombone [tenor trombones]:
Alex Iles, Andy Martin (jazz trombonist) and Bruce Otto
trumpet [trumpets]:
Wayne Bergeron, Jeff Bunnell, Chuck Findley and Gary Grant (brass)
vocals:
Robbie Williams
conductor:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
arranger:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
cover recording of:
Mack the Knife (1954 Blitzstein translation)
lyricist:
Bertolt Brecht
composer:
Kurt Weill (composer)
translator:
Marc Blitzstein (in 1954)
publisher:
Universal Edition (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
translated version of:
Die Dreigroschenoper: Vorspiel. Die Moritat von Mackie Messer
3:19
3Somethin' Stupid
recording engineer:
Al Schmitt (lead vocals [vocals])
assistant engineer:
Steve Genewick, Charlie Paakkari and Steve Price (UK recording engineer/producer/orchestrator/arranger)
engineer:
Richard Flack (producer/engineer) and Mike Ross-Trevor (engineer)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer) and Steve Power
assistant mixer:
Rupert Coulson (sound engineer) and Ricky Graham (engineer)
bass:
David Catlin-Birch (UK bassist and guitarist)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Ralph Salmins
guitar [guitars]:
Mitch Dalton
percussion:
Frank Ricotti (percussionist)
trumpet [trumpets]:
Simon Gardner, Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist) and Paul Spong (trumpetist)
vocals:
Nicole Kidman (actress) and Robbie Williams
orchestra:
The London Session Orchestra
conductor:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
arranger:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
concertmaster:
Gavyn Wright (UK violinist)
music videos:
Somethin’ Stupid by Robbie Williams and Nicole Kidman
cover recording of:
Somethin’ Stupid
lyricist and composer:
Carson Parks
publisher:
Greenwood Music, Montclare Music and Montclare Music Co Ltd.
32:50
4Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me
recording engineer and mixer:
Al Schmitt
assistant engineer:
Steve Genewick and Charlie Paakkari
engineer:
Richard Flack (producer/engineer)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer)
assistant mixer:
Rupert Coulson (sound engineer) and Ricky Graham (engineer)
alto saxophone [alto saxophones]:
Gary Foster (woodwind instrumentalist) and Bill Liston
baritone saxophone:
Greg Huckins
bass:
Chuck Berghofer (Jazz bassist)
bass trombone:
Craig Ware (trombonist)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Harold Jones (jazz drummer)
guitar:
George Doering
piano:
Jim Cox (US keyboard player, composer)
solo trumpet:
Chuck Findley
tenor saxophone [tenor saxophones]:
Pete Christlieb and Sal Lozano
tenor trombone [tenor trombones]:
Alex Iles, Andy Martin (jazz trombonist) and Bruce Otto
trumpet [trumpets]:
Wayne Bergeron, Dennis Farias, Chuck Findley and Gary Grant (brass)
vocals:
Robbie Williams
conductor:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
arranger:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
cover recording of:
Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me
lyricist:
Bob Russell (US songwriter/lyricist Sidney Keith “Bob” Russell) (in 1943)
composer:
Duke Ellington (US composer, pianist & jazz bandleader) (in 1943)
publisher:
Music Sales Corporation (American copyright holder in both popular and classical music) and Sony/ATV Harmony
version of:
Concerto for Cootie
2:58
5It Was a Very Good Year
additional engineer:
Jim Brumby (UK engineer)
engineer:
Jim Brumby (UK engineer), Richard Flack (producer/engineer) and Lowell Frank (engineer)
producer:
Sonny Burke (producer, songwriter and Big Band leader) (task: original recording) and Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer)
assistant mixer:
Rupert Coulson (sound engineer) and Ricky Graham (engineer)
vocals:
Frank Sinatra and Robbie Williams
conductor:
Gordon Jenkins
arranger:
Gordon Jenkins
cover recording of:
It Was a Very Good Year
lyricist and composer:
Ervin Drake
publisher:
Memory Lane Music (publishing company), Reedlands Music Corp. and The Songwriters Guild
4:29
6Straighten Up and Fly Right
recording engineer and mixer:
Al Schmitt
assistant engineer:
Charlie Paakkari
engineer:
Richard Flack (producer/engineer)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer)
assistant mixer:
Steve Genewick
alto saxophone [alto saxophones]:
Gary Foster (woodwind instrumentalist) and Bill Liston
baritone saxophone:
Greg Huckins
bass:
Chuck Berghofer (Jazz bassist)
bass trombone:
Craig Ware (trombonist)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Harold Jones (jazz drummer)
guitar:
George Doering
piano:
Jim Cox (US keyboard player, composer)
solo saxophone:
Pete Christlieb
tenor saxophone [tenor saxophones]:
Pete Christlieb and Sal Lozano
tenor trombone [tenor trombones]:
Alex Iles, Andy Martin (jazz trombonist) and Bruce Otto
trumpet [trumpets]:
Wayne Bergeron, Dennis Farias, Chuck Findley and Gary Grant (brass)
vocals:
Robbie Williams
conductor:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
arranger:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
cover recording of:
Straighten Up and Fly Right
writer:
Nat King Cole and Irving Mills
publisher:
American Academy of Music, Inc., EMI Mills Music (ASCAP-affiliated), Mills Music, 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), コンソーシアム音楽出版 C・F事業部 (until 2021-06-30) and ソニー・ミュージックパブリッシング CMP外国事業部 (sub‐publisher for foreign (non‐Japanese) works) (from 2021-07-01 to present)
2:36
7Well, Did You Evah
recording engineer and mixer:
Al Schmitt
additional engineer:
Richard Flack (producer/engineer)
engineer:
Richard Flack (producer/engineer) and Mike Ross-Trevor (engineer)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer)
assistant mixer:
Rupert Coulson (sound engineer) and Ricky Graham (engineer)
vocals:
Jon Lovitz and Robbie Williams
orchestra:
The London Session Orchestra
conductor:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
arranger:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
concertmaster:
Gavyn Wright (UK violinist)
cover recording of:
Well, Did You Evah!
lyricist and composer:
Cole Porter (composer)
publisher:
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) and Chappell & Co. (in 1956)
part of:
DuBarry Was a Lady (1939 stage musical)
part of:
High Society (1956 film)
part of:
High Society (stage musical)
3:50
8Mr. Bojangles
recording engineer and mixer:
Al Schmitt
assistant engineer:
Steve Genewick and Charlie Paakkari
engineer:
Richard Flack (producer/engineer) and Mike Ross-Trevor (engineer)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer)
assistant mixer:
Rupert Coulson (sound engineer) and Ricky Graham (engineer)
alto saxophone [alto saxophones]:
Gary Foster (woodwind instrumentalist) and Dan Higgins (saxophonist and woodwind recording artist)
baritone saxophone:
Greg Huckins
bass:
Chuck Berghofer (Jazz bassist)
bass trombone:
Craig Ware (trombonist)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Harold Jones (jazz drummer)
guitar:
George Doering
percussion:
Brian Kilgore
piano:
Jim Cox (US keyboard player, composer)
tenor saxophone [tenor saxophones]:
Pete Christlieb and Sal Lozano
tenor trombone [tenor trombones]:
Alex Iles, Andy Martin (jazz trombonist) and Bruce Otto
trumpet [trumpets]:
Wayne Bergeron, Jeff Bunnell, Chuck Findley and Gary Grant (brass)
vocals:
Robbie Williams
orchestra:
The London Session Orchestra
conductor:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
arranger:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
concertmaster:
Gavyn Wright (UK violinist)
cover recording of:
Mr. Bojangles
lyricist and composer:
Jerry Jeff Walker
publisher:
Cotillion Music Inc. (BMI), Gotillion Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label) and Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
3:18
9One for My Baby
recording engineer and mixer:
Al Schmitt
assistant engineer:
Steve Genewick and Charlie Paakkari
engineer:
Richard Flack (producer/engineer) and Mike Ross-Trevor (engineer)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer)
assistant mixer:
Rupert Coulson (sound engineer) and Ricky Graham (engineer)
solo piano:
Bill Miller (pianist)
solo saxophone:
Jamie Talbot (English jazz alto saxophonist)
vocals:
Robbie Williams
orchestra:
The London Session Orchestra
conductor:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
arranger:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
concertmaster:
Gavyn Wright (UK violinist)
cover recording of:
One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)
lyricist:
Johnny Mercer (in 1943)
composer:
Harold Arlen (in 1943)
publisher:
Chappell/Morris Ltd., Harwin Music and Harwin Music Corporation (aka Harwin-Music Corp.)
part of:
The Sky’s the Limit (1943 film)
34:18
10Things
recording engineer:
Mike Ross-Trevor (engineer) (lead vocals [vocals]) and Al Schmitt
engineer:
Richard Flack (producer/engineer)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer) and Steve Power
assistant mixer:
Rupert Coulson (sound engineer) and Ricky Graham (engineer)
mixer:
Al Schmitt
bass:
David Catlin-Birch (UK bassist and guitarist)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Ralph Salmins
guitar:
Mitch Dalton
percussion:
Frank Ricotti (percussionist)
saxophone [saxophones]:
Dave Bishop and Chris White (UK jazz saxophonist)
trombone [trombones]:
Richard Edwards (trombonist) and Neil Sidwell
trumpet [trumpets]:
Simon Gardner, Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist) and Paul Spong (trumpetist)
vocals:
Jane Horrocks (Little Voice) and Robbie Williams
conductor:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
arranger:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
cover recording of:
Things
lyricist and composer:
Bobby Darin
publisher:
Alley Music Corp. and Trio Music Company
3:23
11Ain't That a Kick in the Head
recording engineer and mixer:
Al Schmitt
assistant engineer:
Steve Genewick and Charlie Paakkari
engineer:
Richard Flack (producer/engineer) and Mike Ross-Trevor (engineer)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer)
assistant mixer:
Rupert Coulson (sound engineer) and Ricky Graham (engineer)
alto saxophone [alto saxophones]:
Gary Foster (woodwind instrumentalist) and Dan Higgins (saxophonist and woodwind recording artist)
baritone saxophone:
Greg Huckins
bass:
Chuck Berghofer (Jazz bassist)
bass trombone:
Craig Ware (trombonist)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Harold Jones (jazz drummer)
guitar:
George Doering
piano:
Jim Cox (US keyboard player, composer)
tenor saxophone [tenor saxophones]:
Pete Christlieb and Sal Lozano
tenor trombone [tenor trombones]:
Alex Iles, Andy Martin (jazz trombonist) and Bruce Otto
trumpet [trumpets]:
Wayne Bergeron, Jeff Bunnell, Chuck Findley and Gary Grant (brass)
vocals:
Robbie Williams
orchestra:
The London Session Orchestra
conductor:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
arranger:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
concertmaster:
Gavyn Wright (UK violinist)
cover recording of:
Ain’t That a Kick in the Head
lyricist:
Sammy Cahn
composer:
Jimmy Van Heusen
22:28
12They Can't Take That Away From Me
recording engineer and mixer:
Al Schmitt
additional engineer:
Jeff Bova
assistant engineer:
Steve Genewick and Charlie Paakkari
engineer:
Larry Alexander (producer/engineer) (lead vocals [Rupert Everett’s vocal]), Richard Flack (producer/engineer) and Mike Ross-Trevor (engineer)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer) and Nicky Holland (lead vocals [Rupert Everett’s vocal])
assistant mixer:
Rupert Coulson (sound engineer) and Ricky Graham (engineer)
alto saxophone [alto saxophones]:
Gary Foster (woodwind instrumentalist) and Eric Marienthal
baritone saxophone:
Bev Dahlke-Smith
bass:
Chuck Berghofer (Jazz bassist)
bass trombone:
Phil Teele
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Harold Jones (jazz drummer)
guitar:
George Doering
percussion:
Brian Kilgore
piano:
Jim Cox (US keyboard player, composer)
tenor saxophone [tenor saxophones]:
Pete Christlieb and Sal Lozano
tenor trombone [tenor trombones]:
Steve Holtman, Andy Martin (jazz trombonist) and Bruce Otto
trumpet [trumpets]:
Wayne Bergeron, Jeff Bunnell, Chuck Findley and Gary Grant (brass)
vocals:
Rupert Everett and Robbie Williams
orchestra:
The London Session Orchestra
conductor:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
arranger:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
concertmaster:
Gavyn Wright (UK violinist)
cover recording of:
They Can’t Take That Away From Me (from “Shall We Dance”)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin (in 1937)
composer:
George Gershwin (composer) (in 1937)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA), Chappell Music (UK), Chappell Music Ltd., Ira Gershwin Music, Warner/Chappell Music Holland BV, Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09), WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) and Gershwin Publishing Corp (in 1937)
part of:
An American in Paris (2015 Broadway musical)
part of:
Crazy for You (1992 musical)
part of:
Shall We Dance (1937 film soundtrack)
3:08
13Have You Met Miss Jones?
recording engineer and mixer:
Al Schmitt
additional engineer:
Jim Brumby (UK engineer) and Tom Jenkins (English sound engineer)
engineer:
Jim Brumby (UK engineer) and Steve Price (UK recording engineer/producer/orchestrator/arranger)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer)
assistant mixer:
Steve Genewick
alto saxophone [alto saxophones]:
Iain Dixon and Andy Mackintosh (British-born saxophonist)
baritone saxophone:
Phil Todd (UK flautist/saxophonist)
bass trombone:
Dave Stewart (trombonist)
double bass:
Sam Burgess
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Ralph Salmins
electric guitar:
Mitch Dalton
piano:
Dave Arch (pianist, conductor, arranger and composer)
tenor saxophone [tenor saxophones]:
Dave Bishop and Chris White (UK jazz saxophonist)
trombone [trombones]:
Gordon Campbell (trombone), Richard Edwards (trombonist) and Neil Sidwell
trumpet [trumpets]:
John Barclay (trumpeter), Stuart Brooks (trumpet and horn player), Simon Gardner and Paul Spong (trumpetist)
vibraphone:
Anthony Kerr
vocals:
Robbie Williams
conductor:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
arranger:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
cover recording of:
Have You Met Miss Jones? (I’d Rather Be Right)
lyricist:
Lorenz Hart (in 1937)
composer:
Richard Rodgers (in 1937)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA) and Williamson Music Company
part of:
I’d Rather Be Right
32:34
14Me and My Shadow
recording engineer and mixer:
Al Schmitt
assistant engineer:
Jim Brumby (UK engineer), Steve Genewick and Charlie Paakkari
engineer:
Jim Brumby (UK engineer) and Richard Flack (producer/engineer)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer)
assistant mixer:
Rupert Coulson (sound engineer) and Ricky Graham (engineer)
alto saxophone [alto saxophones]:
Gary Foster (woodwind instrumentalist) and Bill Liston
baritone saxophone:
Greg Huckins
bass:
Chuck Berghofer (Jazz bassist)
bass trombone:
Craig Ware (trombonist)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Harold Jones (jazz drummer)
guitar:
George Doering
piano:
Jim Cox (US keyboard player, composer)
tenor saxophone [tenor saxophones]:
Pete Christlieb and Sal Lozano
tenor trombone [tenor trombones]:
Alex Iles, Andy Martin (jazz trombonist) and Bruce Otto
trumpet [trumpets]:
Wayne Bergeron, Dennis Farias, Chuck Findley and Gary Grant (brass)
vocals:
Jonathan Wilkes and Robbie Williams
conductor:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
arranger:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
cover recording of:
Me and My Shadow
lyricist:
Billy Rose (lyricist and Broadway producer)
writer:
Al Jolson
composer:
Dave Dreyer
publisher:
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher) and Larry Spier Inc.
23:16
15Beyond the Sea
recording engineer and mixer:
Al Schmitt
assistant engineer:
Steve Genewick and Charlie Paakkari
engineer:
Jim Brumby (UK engineer), Richard Flack (producer/engineer) and Mike Ross-Trevor (engineer)
producer:
Guy Chambers (English songwriter and record producer)
assistant mixer:
Rupert Coulson (sound engineer) and Ricky Graham (engineer)
alto saxophone [alto saxophones]:
Gary Foster (woodwind instrumentalist) and Eric Marienthal
baritone saxophone:
Bev Dahlke-Smith
bass:
Chuck Berghofer (Jazz bassist)
bass trombone:
Phil Teele
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Harold Jones (jazz drummer)
guitar:
George Doering
piano:
Jim Cox (US keyboard player, composer)
tenor saxophone [tenor saxophones]:
Pete Christlieb and Sal Lozano
tenor trombone [tenor trombones]:
Steve Holtman, Andy Martin (jazz trombonist) and Bruce Otto
trumpet [trumpets]:
Wayne Bergeron, Jeff Bunnell, Chuck Findley and Gary Grant (brass)
vocals:
Robbie Williams
orchestra:
The London Session Orchestra
conductor:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
arranger:
Steve Sidwell (English composer & wind instrumentalist)
concertmaster:
Gavyn Wright (UK violinist)
cover recording of:
Beyond the Sea
lyricist:
Jack Lawrence (US songwriter)
composer:
Charles Trenet
publisher:
Bro ’n Sis Music, Éditions Raoul Breton, Music 1 Ltd., Range Road Music Inc., ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部 and 日音 Synch事業部
translated version of:
La Mer
28:15