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Red, White & Blues
1. Tom Jones & Jeff Beck
Goin' Down Slow — 5:02
(James B. Oden)
Tom Jones (vocals); Jeff Beck (guitar); Peter King (saxophone); Jon Cleary (piano); Ian Jennings (bass); Marc Mondesir (drums)
Mixed by John Porter
Recorded live at Abbey Road Studios, London, England, March 12, 2002
First Issue
© 2003 Tom Jones/Deuce Music, Ltd.

2. Louis Armstrong & His All Stars
Back O' Town Blues (live) — 4:13
(Louis Armstrong-Luis Russell)
Louis Armstrong (vocals, trumpet); Bobby Hackett (cornet); Jack Teagarden (trombone); Peanuts Hucko (clarinet); Dick Carey (piano); Bob Haggart (bass); Sid Catlett (drums)
Recorded live at Town Hall, New York, New York, May 17, 1947
Originally Victor 40-4006
Courtesy of The RCA Victor Group, a Unit of BMG Music. Under License from BMG Special Markets.

3. Dixie Four
St. Louis Man — 2:30
(Unknown)
Jimmy Blythe (piano, director); W.E. "Buddy" Burton (piano, vocal interjections); Bill Johnson (string bass); Clifford "Snags" Jones (percussion)
Recorded Chicago, Illinois, June 11, 1928
Originally Paramount 12661
Courtesy of G.H.B. Jazz Foundation

4. Big Bill Broonzy
Black, Brown, And White Blues — 2:41
(Bill Broonzy)
Big Bill Broonzy (vocals, guitar)
Recorded Chicago, Illinois. November 14, 1956
Originally on Folkways 3586, Bill Broonzy Interviewed by Studs Terkel
Courtesy of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings (http://www.folkways.si.edu)

5. Sister Rosetta Tharpe with Marie Knight
Up Above My Head I Hear Music In The Air — 2:28
(Traditional, arranged by Sister Rosetta Tharpe)
Sister Rosetta Tharpe (vocals, guitar); Marie Knight (vocals); with The Sammy Price Trio: Sammy Price (piano); George "Pops" Foster (bass); Wallace Bishop (drums)
Recorded New York, New York, November 24, 1947
Originally Decca 48090
Courtesy of MCA Records

6. Lonnie Donegan
Rock Island Line — 3:20
(Traditional, arranged by Lonnie Donegan)
Lonnie Donegan (vocals, guitar); Chris Barber (bass); Beryl Bryden (washboard)
Recorded London, England, 1954
Originally Decca (U.K.) 10647/London (U.S.) 1650 as by The Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group Courtesy of Decca Music Group Limited

7. Lulu with Jeff Beck
Cry Me A River — 5:29
(Arthur Hamilton)
Lulu (vocals); Jeff Beck (guitar); Peter King (saxophone); Jon Cleary (piano); Ian Jennings (bass); Marc Mondesir (drums)
Mixed by John Porter
Recorded live at Abbey Road Studios, London, England, March 13, 2002
First Issue
© 2003 Vulcan Productions, Inc./Road Movies Filmproduktion GmbH/Deuce Music, Ltd.

8. Miles Davis
Generique — 2:46
(Miles Davis)
Miles Davis (trumpet); Barney Wilen (tenor sax); Rene Urtreger (piano); Pierre Michelot (bass); Kenny Clarke (drums)
Recorded Paris, France, December 4/5, 1957
Originally on Fontana LP, Ascenseur Pour L'Echafaud (Lift To The Scaffold)
Courtesy of Phonogram S.A. / Universal France

9. Tom Jones with Jeff Beck
Love Letters — 3:18
(Edward Heyman-Victor Young)
Tom Jones (vocals); Jeff Beck (guitar); Peter King (saxophone); Jon Cleary (piano); Ian Jennings (bass); Marc Mondesir (drums)
Mixed by John Porter
Recorded live at Abbey Road Studios, London, England, March 12, 2002
First Issue
© 2003 Tom Jones/Deuce Music, Ltd.nsen

10. Humphrey Lyttelton
Bad Penny Blues
(Humphrey Lyttelton)
Humphrey Lyttelton (trumpet, leader); Johnny Parker (piano); Jim Bray (bass); Stan Greig (drums)
Recorded London, England, April 20, 1956
Originally Parlophone ER 4184
Courtesy of EMI Records, Under License from EMI Music Special Markets

11. Little Joe Cook (a/k/a Chris Farlowe)
Stormy Monday Blues, Parts 1 & 2
(T-Bone Walker)
Chris Farlowe (vocals); Albert Lee (guitar); Dave Greenslade (organ); Ricky Chapman or Bruce Waddell (bass); Johnny Wise or Ian Hague (drums)
Recorded London, England, 1965
Originally Sue 385

12. Tom Jones & Jeff Beck
Hard Times — 3:53
(Ray Charles)
Tom Jones (vocals); Jeff Beck (guitar); Peter King (saxophone); Jon Cleary (piano); Ian Jennings (bass); Marc Mondesir (drums)
Mixed by John Porter
Recorded live at Abbey Road Studios, London, England, March 12, 2002
First Issue
© 2003 Tom Jones/Deuce Music, Ltd.

13. Ray Charles
Tell The Truth (live) — 3:14
(Lowman Pauling)
Ray Charles (vocals, electric piano); Margie Hendrix (vocals); Marcus Belgrave, John Hunt (trumpet); David "Fathead" Newman (alto sax, tenor sax solo); Bennie "Hank" Crawford (baritone sax); Edgar Willis (bass); Teagle Fleming (drums); The Raelets (backing vocals)
Produced by Zenas Sears
Recorded live at Herdon Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia, May 19, 1959
Originally on Atlantic LP 8039, Ray Charles In Person
Produced Under License From Atlantic Recording Corp.

14. Spencer Davis Group
Hey Darling — 4:45
(Spencer Davis-Stevie Winwood)
Probably: Stevie Winwood (vocals, keyboards); Spencer Davis (guitar); Muff Winwood (bass); Pete York (drums)
Produced by Chris Blackwell
Recorded 1965
Originally on Fontana (U.K.) LP 5295, Second Album
Courtesy of EMI Records, Under License from EMI Music Special Markets

15. Fleetwood Mac
Shake Your Money Maker
(Elmore James)
Peter Green (vocals, guitar); Jeremy Spencer (vocals, guitar); John McVie (bass); Mick Fleetwood (drums)
Recorded London, England, December 11, 1967
Produced by Mike Vernon
Originally on Blue Horizon LP 7-73200, Fleetwood Mac

16. John Mayall's Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton
Have You Heard — 5:53
(John Mayall)
John Mayall (vocals, keyboards); Eric Clapton (guitar); John Almond (baritone sax); Alan Skidmore (tenor sax); Dennis Healey (trumpet); John McVie (bass); Hughie Flint (drums)
Produced by Mike Vernon
Recorded London, England, April, 1966
Originally on London LP 492, John Mayall Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton
Courtesy of Decca Music Group Limited

17. Cream
Crossroads — 4:13
(Robert Johnson)
Eric Clapton (vocals, guitar); Jack Bruce (bass); Ginger Baker (drums)
Produced by Felix Pappalardi by arrangement with Robert Stigwood
Recorded live at Winterland, San Francisco, California, March 10, 1968
Originally on RSO LP 2-3802, Wheels Of Fire

18. Jeff Beck
Rollin' & Tumblin' (live in studio) — 2:17
(McKinley Morganfield)
Jeff Beck (guitar); Ian Jennings (bass); Marc Mondesir (drums)
Mixed by John Porter
Recorded live at Abbey Road Studios, London, England, March 12, 2002
First Issue
© 2003 Deuce Music, Ltd.

19. Tom Jones
Lawdy Miss Clawdy (live in studio) — 2:20
(Lloyd Price)
Tom Jones (vocals); Jon Cleary (piano)
Mixed by John Porter
Recorded live at Abbey Road Studios, London, England, March 12, 2002
First Issue
© 2003 Tom Jones

20. Lulu with Jeff Beck
Drown In My Own Tears — 4:54
(Henry Glover)
Lulu (vocals); Jeff Beck (guitar); Peter King (saxophone); Jon Cleary (piano); Ian Jennings (bass); Marc Mondesir (drums)
Mixed by John Porter
Recorded live at Abbey Road Studios, London, England, March 12, 2002
First Issue
(P) 2003 Vulcan Productions, Inc./Road Movies Filmproduktion GmbH/Deuce Music. Ltd.


 

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