Various - Paint It, Blue - Songs Of The Rolling Stones (This Ain't No Tribute) album download
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|1||–Luther Allison||You Can't Always Get What You Want
Backing Vocals – Jacqueline Johnson , Jacqueline ReddickBass – Dave Smith*Drums – Steve Potts Engineer – Rusty McFarlandGuitar – Chuck Kirkpatrick, Coco MontoyaOrgan [Hammond B3] – Ernest WilliamsonVocals, Guitar – Luther Allison
|2||–Johnny Copeland||Tumblin' Dice
Backing Band – The Yahoos*Backing Vocals – Shemekia CopelandEngineer – Jay NewlandEngineer [Assistant] – Brian DozoretzSlide Guitar – Derek TrucksVocals, Guitar – Johnny Copeland
|3||–Junior Wells||(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
Bass – Steve Hunt Drums – Kenny Smith Engineer – Jay NewlandEngineer [Assistant] – Ron LoweGuitar – Bob MargolinOrgan [Hammond B3] – Tony ZVocals, Harmonica – Junior Wells
|4||–Otis Clay||Wild Horses
Bass – Johnny B. Gayden*Drums, Backing Vocals – Steve McCrayEngineer – Jay NewlandEngineer [Assistant] – Gordy Gibson, Jason Standard, Ron LoweGuitar – Larry McCray, Ron PrinceOrgan [Hammond B3], Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Clavinet – Roosevelt PurifoyTwelve-String Guitar, Guitar [Nashville High String] – Jimmy VivinoVocals – Otis Clay
|5||–Taj Mahal||Honky Tonk Women
Engineer – Jay NewlandEngineer [Assistant] – Mark Johnson Harmonica – James CottonVocals, Dobro – Taj Mahal
|6||–Alvin ʻYoungbloodʼ Hart*||Sway
Bass – Bill MacBeathDrums – Barry LowenthalEngineer – Daryn RovenEngineer [Assistant] – Robert GellerGuitar, Vocals – Alvin "Youngblood" Hart*Piano – Pete Sears
|7||–Clarence ʻGatemouthʼ Brown*||Ventilator Blues
Acoustic Bass – Bob SundaDobro – Sonny LandrethDrums – Yonrico ScottEngineer – Tony DaigleEngineer [Assistant] – Benny GraeffGuitar [National Steel] – Derek TrucksVocals – Larry McCrayVocals, Guitar, Violin – Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown
|8||–The Holmes Brothers||Beast Of Burden
Engineer – Jay NewlandEngineer [Assistant] – Jay NicholasVocals, Bass – Sherman HolmesVocals, Drums – Willie "Popsy" Dixon*Vocals, Organ [Hammond B3], Guitar – Wendell Holmes
|9||–Lucky Peterson||Under My Thumb
Bass – Johnny B. Gayden*Drums – Dennis ChambersEngineer – Jay NewlandEngineer [Assistant] – Jimmy RomeoGuitar – Butch BonnerVocals, Guitar, Organ [Hammond B3], Clavinet – Lucky Peterson
|10||–Bobby Womack||It's All Over Now
Bass, Electric Piano, Percussion – Hense PowellDrums, Tambourine – Danny GottliebEngineer – Erik ZoblerEngineer [Additional Recording] – Jay NewlandEngineer [Assistant, Additional Recording] – Jason StandardEngineer [Assistant] – Andy HallerHarmonica – James CottonWritten-By – Shirley Jean Womack*Written-By, Vocals, Guitar – Bobby Womack
|11||–Larry McCray||Midnight Rambler
Bass – Johnny B. Gayben*Congas – Danny GottliebDrums – Steve McCrayEngineer – Jay NewlandEngineer [Assistant] – Jason Standard, Ron LoweGuitar – Ron PrinceVocals, Guitar – Larry McCray
|12||–Joe Louis Walker||Heart Of Stone
Bass – Joe Thomas Drums – Jeff MinnieweatherEngineer – Daryn RovenEngineer [Assistant] – Robert GellarGuitar – Tim RoseOrgan [Hammond B3], Piano – Mike EppleyTenor Saxophone – John FirminTenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Rob SudduthTrumpet – Bill OrtizVocals, Guitar – Joe Louis Walker
|13||–Alvin ʻYoungbloodʼ Hart*||Moonlight Mile
Engineer – Daryn RovenEngineer [Assistant] – Robert GellarVocals, Dobro [Twelve String], Lap Steel Guitar – Alvin "Youngblood" Hart*
- Licensed To – BMG Direct
- Distributed By – PolyGram Group Distribution
- Manufactured For – BMG Direct – D121235
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Platinum Entertainment, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Platinum Entertainment, Inc.
- Published By – ABKCO Music, Inc.
- Published By – Promoright B.V.
- Published By – Colgems-EMI Music Inc.
- Recorded At – Ardent Studios
- Recorded At – Chung King Studios
- Recorded At – Chicago Recording Company
- Recorded At – Sound On Sound, New York
- Recorded At – BMG Studios, NY
- Recorded At – Russian Hill Recording
- Recorded At – Dockside Studio
- Recorded At – PR Music
- Recorded At – The Village Recorder
- Mixed At – Ardent Studios
- Mixed At – BMG Studios, NY
- Mastered At – BMG Studios, NY
- Glass Mastered At – Nimbus
- Art Direction, Design – Alan Aldridge, Tim Bryant
- Co-producer, Engineer, Mastered By – Jay Newland
- Executive-Producer – Bill Gilbert , Steve Devick*
- Liner Notes – Dave Hoekstra
- Mastered By – Dennis Ferrante, Tom MacCluskey
- Other [Production Assistant] – Kathryn Moss
- Photography By – Carol Friedman, James Mincin III*, Patrice Battioni, Ron Heard, Rory Earnshaw
- Producer – Jay Newland (tracks: 9), Jim Gaines (tracks: 1), John Snyder (tracks: 2 to 8, 10 to 13)
- Production Manager – Cheri Moise
- Written-By – Keith Richards (tracks: 1 to 9, 11 to 13), Mick Jagger (tracks: 1 to 9, 11 to 13), Mick Taylor (tracks: 7)
NotesThis is for the BMG Direct D121235 club edition release as derived from the labeling on the tray insert and printing on the disc face at the 2 o'clock position.
This recording is dedicated to the memory of two great blues legends
who recently left us - Luther Allison and Johnny Copeland.
The tracks by Luther Allison and Johnny Copeland were the last performances
recorded by these blues greats.
Includes 20 page booklet with a page of notes on each performer.
Track 1 recorded July 3 and 7, mixed July 7, 1997 at Ardent Studios, Memphis, Tennessee.
Track 2 recorded June 12, 1997 at Chung King Studios, New York City.
Track 3 recorded June 17, 1997 at Chicago Recording Corp, Chicago, IL.
Track 4 recorded June 16, 1997 at Chicago Recording Corp., Chicago, IL. Additional recording on July 16, 1997 at Sound-on-Sound Recording Studio, New York City.
Track 5 recorded July 25, 1997 at BMG Studios, New York City.
Track 6 recorded June 27, 1997 at Russian Hill Recording, San Francisco.
Track 7 recorded July 16, 1997 at Dockside Studios, Maurice, LA.
Track 8 recorded June 20, 1997 at Chung King Studios, New York City.
Track 9 recorded March 13, 1997 at PR Music, Detroit, MI.
Track 10 recorded June 30, 1997 at the Village Recorder, Los Angeles, CA. Additional recording July 16, 1997 at Sound-on-Sound Studios, New York City, and July 25, 1997 at BMG Studios, New York City.
Track 11 recorded June 16, 1997 at Chicago Recording Corp., Chicago, IL. Additional recording July 16, 1997 at Sound-on-Sound Recording Studio, New York City.
Track 12 recorded June 27, 1997 at Russian Hill Recording, San Francisco.
Track 13 recorded July 11, 1997 at Russian Hill Recording, San Francisco, CA.
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- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L125
- Matrix / Runout: D121235 :MASTERED: :BY NIMBUS:
|51416 13152||Various||Paint It, Blue - Songs Of The Rolling Stones (This Ain't No Tribute) (HDCD, Comp)||House Of Blues Music Company||51416 13152||US||1997|
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|51416 1315 2PR||Various||Paint It, Blue - Songs Of The Rolling Stones (This Ain't No Tribute) (CD, Comp, Promo)||House Of Blues Music Company||51416 1315 2PR||US||1997|
The first two songs on the cd are You Can't Always Get What You Want and Tumblin' Dice in a version of the both died in 1997, Luther Allison and Johnny Copeland. It was their last shots. Further include still included Wild Horses (Otis Clay), Beast Of Burden (Wendell Holmes), Honky Tonk Woman (Taj Mahal & James Cotton), Under My Thumb (Lucky Peterson), Heart Of Stone (Joe Louis Walker) and (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Junior Wells). Highly recommended for fans of blues and The Rolling Stones. Reply Notify me Helpful.
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