Boogie 4 Stu: A Tribute to Ian Stewart

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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
In Life, his 2010 autobiography, Keith Richards makes clear that boogie-woogie pianist Ian Stewart was the organizing principle in the Rolling Stones, calling the first audition
ehearsal that led to the formation of the band, even though, when the group was offered a recording contract, he was shunted aside as an unnecessary sixth member who didn't look the part. (Amazingly, the self-effacing Stewart agreed to continue to play on their records and serve as their road manager.) Ben Waters pays tribute to "Stu" on this album largely given over to boogie-woogie, and he has enlisted a star-filled set of guests including Stones members ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
In Life, his 2010 autobiography, Keith Richards makes clear that boogie-woogie pianist Ian Stewart was the organizing principle in the Rolling Stones, calling the first audition
ehearsal that led to the formation of the band, even though, when the group was offered a recording contract, he was shunted aside as an unnecessary sixth member who didn't look the part. (Amazingly, the self-effacing Stewart agreed to continue to play on their records and serve as their road manager.) Ben Waters pays tribute to "Stu" on this album largely given over to boogie-woogie, and he has enlisted a star-filled set of guests including Stones members Richards, Mick Jagger (who sings and plays harmonica on a cover of Bob Dylan's "Watching the River Flow"), Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, and Ronnie Wood, as well as other notable musicians such as PJ Harvey and Jools Holland. The result is an album Stewart no doubt would have liked better than any of the Rolling Stones albums he played on.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/19/2011
  • Label: Eagle Records
  • UPC: 826992020723
  • Catalog Number: 20207
  • Sales rank: 68,830

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Ben Waters Primary Artist, Piano, Hammond Organ, Vocals, Background Vocals
Jools Holland Piano, Hammond Organ, Vocals
Mick Jagger Harmonica, Vocals
Ron Wood Guitar, Vocals
Charlie Watts Drums
Bill Wyman Bass
PJ Harvey Saxophone, Vocals, Background Vocals
Dave Green Double Bass
John Picard Trombone
Keith Richards Guitar, Vocals
Ian Stewart Piano
Roger Sutton Bass, Vocals
Terry Taylor Guitar
Clive Thacker Drums
Olaf Vas Saxophone
Alex Garnett Baritone Saxophone
Dave Swift Tambourine
Derek Nash Saxophone
Ady Milward Drums
Clive Ashley Saxophone
Don Wellor Saxophone
Richard Hymas Guitar
Mike Hogh Trombone
Jimmy Roche Guitar
Hamish Maxwell Vocals
Willy Garnet Saxophone
Tom Waters Alto Saxophone
Technical Credits
Amos Milburn Composer
Jimmy Yancey Composer
Sam Cooke Composer
Bob Dylan Composer
Jools Holland Composer
Albert Ammons Composer
Pete Johnson Composer
Joe Turner Composer
Jon Astley Mastering
Big Maceo Merriweather Composer
Matt Clifford Engineer
Stephen Marley Composer
Mick McKenna Engineer
Matt Wells Engineer
Charles Reeves Engineer
Traditional Composer
Ben Waters Composer, Producer, Liner Notes
The Head Engineer
Mike Hallett Engineer
Steven Williams Engineer
Sherry Daly Executive Producer
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