Revolutions in Sound: Warner Bros. Records - The First 50 Years [Explicit Lyrics]

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Unlike other labels subjected to exhaustive multi-disc retrospectives like this whopping ten-disc Revolutions in Sound: Warner Bros. Records -- The First Fifty Years, Warner Brothers never embodied a scene or sound: they've always embodied what a major label should be -- a dominant force that chronicles and dictates the sound of the mainstream. Coming out at the tail-end of 2008, when the influence of major labels is on a slow steady decline, Revolutions in Sound can be seen as a portrait of a time that's beginning to recede into the past: a time when there was such a thing as mass entertainment, when the pop audience all shared a common bond of hit records they...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Unlike other labels subjected to exhaustive multi-disc retrospectives like this whopping ten-disc Revolutions in Sound: Warner Bros. Records -- The First Fifty Years, Warner Brothers never embodied a scene or sound: they've always embodied what a major label should be -- a dominant force that chronicles and dictates the sound of the mainstream. Coming out at the tail-end of 2008, when the influence of major labels is on a slow steady decline, Revolutions in Sound can be seen as a portrait of a time that's beginning to recede into the past: a time when there was such a thing as mass entertainment, when the pop audience all shared a common bond of hit records they either loved or rallied against. Perhaps the greatest things about this monumental box set is that it captures that colossus while also illustrating that for a while, majors did take risks. Of course, Warner was the riskiest of all the majors, never held back by an anti-rock & roll sourpuss like Mitch Miller, who struggled to keep CBS out of the tumult of the '60s this with no less than Bob Dylan as the label's flagship rock artist. Instead, Warner embraced the underground, recording some of the strangest to shake out of the '60s, and that adventure fits a label that turned to rock & roll to help establish themselves as a real player at the turn of the '60s. The label had started as an outgrowth of Warner's film division, releasing singles by heartthrob Tab Hunter and other Hollywood-related ephemera -- all chronicled in the first tracks of the 199-track box set the set is a gargantuan 320 tracks in its USB drive edition; the extra 121 songs fill out the details, which includes the theme for "77 Sunset Strip" and Edd Byrnes' "Kookie, Kookie Lend Me Your Comb" -- but in 1960, the label started to shift as they paid out a million dollars -- the largest record contract at that point in time -- to the Everly Brothers, giving them the one rock & roll act that was still actively recording and having hits as the '50s gave way to the '60s. The Everlys weren't the only act to help establish Warner in 1960: there also was Bob Newhart, whose Button-Down Mind was a blockbuster that year, giving the label two hits to build a house upon. That process wasn't quite as simple as it sounds, as Warner spent the first stretch of the '60s with Kennedy-era comedy, novelties, and folk, never quite dipping head-first into rock & roll, outside of some surf and Bob Luman's "Let's Think About Living," where he shook like Elvis. Warner didn't start to spread its wings until the back half of the '60s, after acquiring Frank Sinatra's Reprise -- the first of many purchases or distribution deals with smaller labels, almost all of which are included even if the contract later lapsed -- and starting to dig into the weird outgrowth of psychedelia. Warner had sunshine pop and Reprise signed Jimi Hendrix but they also got really, truly weird, taking risks on the acid-drenched Grateful Dead, underground rebels the Fugs, Hollywood eccentric Van Dyke Parks, and a host of other weirdos brought in via Frank Zappa's Straight, all represented proudly by Captain Beefheart. Warner wasn't all rock -- they still had Reprise running through the rat pack and they touched upon L.A. soul and funk, contributions that sometimes get overlooked thanks to the underground rock riches of the late '60s and '70s. These were Warner's golden years and they stretched into the mid-'70s, as the label and its subsidiaries cultivated a stable of singer/songwriters -- Neil Young, Randy Newman, James Taylor, Gordon Lightfoot, Gram Parsons, Bonnie Raitt -- and had some of the best and biggest rock & roll bands: everybody from the British glam and prog of Roxy Music, Jethro Tull, and T. Rex to the American blues boogie of Little Feat and the Doobie Brothers, with metalheads Deep Purple and rowdy ruffians the Faces falling somewhere in between. This wild, wooly time gave way to the slick, commercially oriented sound of the late '70s, when disco and soft rock sanded down the excesses, but before things got too slick Warner snapped up Sire, bringing the label punk godfathers the Ramones and many of their artiest offshoots, including Talking Heads, the B-52's, and Gang of Four. If from this point on the set sacrifices the aesthetic unity of the '60s and '70s -- as disparate as all those sounds were, it all seemed to fit -- it makes up for it in breadth, as Warner and their off-shoots had those post-punkers, the soft sounds of Christopher Cross and Al Jarreau, the dark neon club beats of Grace Jones, the exuberant Kid Creole, country superstars John Anderson and Rodney Crowell, metal gods Van Halen, superstar Madonna, moody British rockers New Order, Echo & the Bunnymen and the Jesus & Mary Chain, plus veterans like Paul Simon and Steve Winwood still doing great work, still selling records. More than anything, this period seems like the golden age of the major label, when the majors credibly touched on every bit of popular music -- when hip-hop surfaced at the end of the '80s, Warner had the controversial Ice-T, plus Digital Underground -- and could sell it. This was a time where it meant something to be on a major label, a paradigm that crested in the early '90s, then collapsed in the wake of corporate calculations in the later '90s. Although the last two discs on Revolutions in Sound cherry-pick this era well, it's still possible to hear the air go out of the balloon somewhere around 1996, after the Prodigy and Cornershop gave Warner two last bracing bits of the unexpected, and then everything settles down into pre-programmed niches, where there is a parade of forgettable active rockers and sensitive adult contemporary balladeers and even the Flaming Lips seem to fill a demographic need. But that's the story of the majors: they started relatively small, got big and then got bigger, before they eventually all collapsed. To hide that would give Revolutions in Sound a bit of a false note, so it's good that the story ends anti-climatically. Because even with that slightly sour coda, it's hard to look at Revolutions in Sound and not feel a slight pang for the era of major labels and mass pop culture, especially because nobody did it as well, or as weirdly, as Warner.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/9/2008
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • UPC: 093624988014
  • Catalog Number: 431612


Disc 1
  1. 1 I'll Be with You in Apple Blossom Time - Tab Hunter (2:13)
  2. 2 77 Sunset Strip - Warren Barker and His Orchestra (2:09)
  3. 3 Kookie, Kookie (Lend Me Your Comb) - Edd "Kookie" Byrnes (2:06)
  4. 4 Abe Lincoln vs Madison Avenue - Bob Newhart (7:30)
  5. 5 Sixteen Reasons - Connie Stevens (1:57)
  6. 6 Cathy's Clown - The Everly Brothers (2:24)
  7. 7 Let's Think About Living - Bob Luman (2:04)
  8. 8 Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah (A Letter from Camp) - Allan Sherman (2:44)
  9. 9 Blowin' in the Wind - Peter, Paul and Mary (2:57)
  10. 10 If I Had a Hammer - Trini Lopez (3:07)
  11. 11 The Lonely Surfer - Jack Nitzsche (2:34)
  12. 12 Out of Limits - The Marketts (2:06)
  13. 13 Everybody Loves Somebody - Dean Martin (2:44)
  14. 14 It Was a Very Good Year - Frank Sinatra (4:26)
  15. 15 Girl Don't Come - Sandie Shaw (2:11)
  16. 16 The Vatican Rag - Tom Lehrer (2:14)
  17. 17 I'm a Fool - Dino, Desi & Billy (2:47)
  18. 18 These Boots Are Made for Walkin' - Nancy Sinatra (2:41)
  19. 19 Tiny Bubbles - Don Ho (2:42)
  20. 20 They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! - Napoleon XIV (2:11)
  21. 21 Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Is In) - Kenny Rogers & the First Edition (3:20)
  22. 22 Never My Love - The Association (3:08)
  23. 23 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) - Harpers Bizarre (2:37)
  24. 24 Sit Down, I Think I Love You - The Mojo Men (2:21)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Purple Haze - The Jimi Hendrix Experience (2:51)
  2. 2 The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion) - Grateful Dead (2:11)
  3. 3 I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night) - The Electric Prunes (2:57)
  4. 4 Crystal Liaison - The Fugs (3:07)
  5. 5 Some Velvet Morning - Lee Hazlewood (3:39)
  6. 6 The All Golden - Van Dyke Parks (3:48)
  7. 7 Classical Gas - Mason Williams (3:04)
  8. 8 Morning Girl - The Neon Philharmonic (2:12)
  9. 9 Tip Toe Thru' the Tulips with Me - Tiny Tim (2:01)
  10. 10 I've Gotta Be Me - Sammy Davis Jr. (2:55)
  11. 11 Oh Well - Fleetwood Mac (3:28)
  12. 12 Spirit in the Sky - Norman Greenbaum (4:00)
  13. 13 But It's Alright - J.J. Jackson (2:53)
  14. 14 Vehicle - The Ides of March (2:55)
  15. 15 Express Yourself - Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Ban (3:52)
  16. 16 Fire and Rain - James Taylor (3:22)
  17. 17 If You Could Read My Mind - Gordon Lightfoot (3:49)
  18. 18 Surf's Up - The Beach Boys (4:10)
  19. 19 Virginia Plain - Roxy Music (2:59)
  20. 20 Locomotive Breath - Jethro Tull (4:24)
  21. 21 Bang a Gong (Get It On) - T.Rextasy (4:25)
  22. 22 Stay with Me - Faces (4:38)
Disc 3
  1. 1 Smoke on the Water - Deep Purple (5:40)
  2. 2 School's Out - Alice Cooper (3:30)
  3. 3 Low Yo Yo Stuff - Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band (3:39)
  4. 4 Willin' - Little Feat (2:55)
  5. 5 Love Me Like a Man - Bonnie Raitt (3:10)
  6. 6 Heart of Gold - Neil Young (3:07)
  7. 7 Sail Away - Randy Newman (2:51)
  8. 8 Summer Breeze - Seals & Crofts (3:22)
  9. 9 Blue Sky - The Allman Brothers Band (5:10)
  10. 10 City of New Orleans - Arlo Guthrie (4:29)
  11. 11 A Horse with No Name - America (4:07)
  12. 12 Hello It's Me - Todd Rundgren (4:39)
  13. 13 Suavecito - Malo (3:25)
  14. 14 China Grove - The Doobie Brothers (3:14)
  15. 15 So Very Hard to Go - Tower of Power (3:39)
  16. 16 Midnight at the Oasis - Maria Muldaur (3:46)
  17. 17 Andalucia - John Cale (3:51)
  18. 18 In My Hour of Darkness - Gram Parsons (3:43)
  19. 19 Tattler - Ry Cooder (4:18)
  20. 20 Hey Pocky A-Way - The Meters (4:02)
  21. 21 Butterfat - David Sanborn (3:02)
Disc 4
  1. 1 Just Us - Richard Pryor (3:48)
  2. 2 Let's Do It Again - The Staple Singers (3:29)
  3. 3 Your Love - Graham Central Station (3:21)
  4. 4 Fooled Around and Fell in Love - Elvin Bishop (2:58)
  5. 5 Dream Weaver - Gary Wright (4:17)
  6. 6 Ain't Misbehavin' (I'm Savin' My Love for You) - Leon Redbone (4:05)
  7. 7 Boulder to Birmingham - Emmylou Harris (3:33)
  8. 8 Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright) - Rod Stewart (3:56)
  9. 9 This Masquerade (3:19)
  10. 10 Popsicle Toes - Michael Franks (4:34)
  11. 11 You Make Me Feel Like Dancing - Leo Sayer (3:36)
  12. 12 Let Your Love Flow - The Bellamy Brothers (3:04)
  13. 13 Slow Ride - Foghat (3:57)
  14. 14 Go Your Own Way - Fleetwood Mac (3:39)
  15. 15 Excuse Me - Steve Martin (3:04)
  16. 16 You Light Up My Life - Debby Boone (3:38)
  17. 17 Sheena Is a Punk Rocker - The Ramones (2:49)
  18. 18 Bootzilla - Bootsy's Rubber Band (5:37)
  19. 19 What a Fool Believes - The Doobie Brothers (3:39)
  20. 20 Lotta Love - Nicolette Larson (3:09)
  21. 21 Chuck E's in Love - Rickie Lee Jones (3:28)
Disc 5
  1. 1 Cheap Sunglasses - ZZ Top (4:48)
  2. 2 Rock Lobster - The B-52s (6:50)
  3. 3 Once in a Lifetime - Talking Heads (4:19)
  4. 4 Natural's Not in It - Gang of Four (3:07)
  5. 5 Freedom of Choice - Devo (3:28)
  6. 6 The Glow of Love - Change (3:40)
  7. 7 One in a Million You - Larry Graham (4:11)
  8. 8 Sailing - Christopher Cross (4:15)
  9. 9 Watching the Wheels - Yoko Ono (3:32)
  10. 10 'Til I Gain Control Again - Rodney Crowell (5:06)
  11. 11 We're in This Love Together - Al Jarreau (3:47)
  12. 12 Genius of Love - Tom Tom Club (3:32)
  13. 13 Pull Up to the Bumper - Grace Jones (4:34)
  14. 14 Tainted Love - Soft Cell (2:41)
  15. 15 The Jezebel Spirit - Eno (4:55)
  16. 16 I'm a Wonderful Thing, Baby - Kid Creole & the Coconuts (5:16)
  17. 17 Someday, Someway - Marshall Crenshaw (2:49)
  18. 18 I Melt with You - Modern English (4:08)
  19. 19 Only You - Yazoo (3:10)
Disc 6
  1. 1 I.G.y. (What a Beautiful World) - Donald Fagen (6:04)
  2. 2 Heat of the Moment - Asia (3:28)
  3. 3 Holy Diver - Dio (5:49)
  4. 4 Blue Monday - New Order (7:29)
  5. 5 Gone Daddy Gone ( I Just Want to Make Love to You) - Violent Femmes (3:06)
  6. 6 Middle of the Road - Pretenders (4:13)
  7. 7 Swingin' - John Anderson (3:02)
  8. 8 I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues - Elton John (4:43)
  9. 9 Ain't Nobody - Rufus & Chaka Khan (4:42)
  10. 10 Jump - Van Halen (4:02)
  11. 11 The Boys of Summer - Don Henley (4:49)
  12. 12 The Killing Moon - Echo & the Bunnymen (5:47)
  13. 13 Take on Me - a-ha (3:46)
  14. 14 Life in a Northern Town - The Dream Academy (4:17)
  15. 15 Just Like Honey - The Jesus and Mary Chain (3:01)
  16. 16 Slave to Love - Bryan Ferry (4:18)
  17. 17 She Sells Sanctuary - The Cult (4:18)
Disc 7
  1. 1 Money for Nothing - Dire Straits (4:07)
  2. 2 You Can Call Me Al - Paul Simon (4:40)
  3. 3 Tutu - Miles Davis (5:12)
  4. 4 Medley: Just a Gigolo/I Ain't Got Nobody - David Lee Roth (4:41)
  5. 5 Lean on Me - Club Nouveau (3:59)
  6. 6 Higher Love - Steve Winwood (5:48)
  7. 7 Guitars, Cadillacs - Dwight Yoakam (3:04)
  8. 8 To Know Him Is to Love Him - Linda Ronstadt (3:50)
  9. 9 Got My Mind Set on You - George Harrison (3:50)
  10. 10 Alex Chilton - The Replacements (3:12)
  11. 11 I Want to Be Your Man - Roger (4:11)
  12. 12 Always - Atlantic Starr (4:47)
  13. 13 Nite and Day - Al B. Sure! (3:58)
  14. 14 Chains of Love - Erasure (3:34)
  15. 15 Handle with Care - The Traveling Wilburys (3:18)
  16. 16 Jane Says - Jane's Addiction (4:50)
  17. 17 Epic - Faith No More (4:52)
  18. 18 Me, Myself and I - De La Soul (3:41)
  19. 19 Veronica - Elvis Costello (3:07)
Disc 8
  1. 1 Like a Prayer - Madonna (5:40)
  2. 2 O.G. Original Gangster - Ice-T (4:43)
  3. 3 The Humpty Dance - Digital Underground (4:40)
  4. 4 Personal Jesus - Depeche Mode (3:45)
  5. 5 Crazy - Seal (5:55)
  6. 6 Wicked Game - Chris Isaak (4:48)
  7. 7 Losing My Religion - R.E.M. (4:27)
  8. 8 Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares) - Travis Tritt (2:32)
  9. 9 I Wanna Sex You Up - Color Me Badd (4:21)
  10. 10 Baby Got Back - Sir Mix-A-Lot (4:22)
  11. 11 Jump Around - House of Pain (3:39)
  12. 12 Remedy - The Black Crowes (5:24)
  13. 13 Kiko and the Lavender Moon - Los Lobos (3:34)
  14. 14 Under the Bridge - Red Hot Chili Peppers (4:27)
  15. 15 Tears in Heaven - Eric Clapton (4:34)
  16. 16 Constant Craving - k.d. lang (4:35)
  17. 17 The Long Cut - Uncle Tupelo (3:24)
  18. 18 If That's Your Boyfriend (He Wasn't Last Night) - MeShell NdegeOcello (4:31)
Disc 9
  1. 1 Longview - Green Day (3:56)
  2. 2 You Don't Know How It Feels - Tom Petty (4:48)
  3. 3 Delia's Gone - Johnny Cash (2:19)
  4. 4 Thinkin' Problem - David Ball (3:01)
  5. 5 Drown - Son Volt (3:20)
  6. 6 Hey Man Nice Shot - Filter (5:15)
  7. 7 7 Words - Deftones (3:46)
  8. 8 You Oughta Know - Alanis Morissette (4:09)
  9. 9 Where Have All the Cowboys Gone? - Paula Cole (4:27)
  10. 10 The Chanukah Song - Adam Sandler (3:44)
  11. 11 Super Bon Bon - Soul Coughing (3:31)
  12. 12 Breathe - The Prodigy (5:36)
  13. 13 Brimful of Asha - Cornershop (4:06)
  14. 14 Hot Rod Heart - John Fogerty (3:27)
  15. 15 Iris - Goo Goo Dolls (4:49)
  16. 16 The Mummers' Dance - Loreena McKennitt (4:01)
  17. 17 Believe - Cher (3:58)
  18. 18 One Week - Barenaked Ladies (2:50)
  19. 19 Breathe - Faith Hill (4:07)
  20. 20 Cousin Dupree - Steely Dan (4:22)
Disc 10
  1. 1 Down with the Sickness - Disturbed (4:39)
  2. 2 Just in Case - Jaheim (4:24)
  3. 3 All You Wanted - Michelle Branch (3:37)
  4. 4 Do You Realize?? - The Flaming Lips (3:33)
  5. 5 The Taste of Ink - The Used (3:30)
  6. 6 Breaking the Habit - Linkin Park (3:18)
  7. 7 Cannonball - Damien Rice (3:26)
  8. 8 Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy) - Big & Rich (3:22)
  9. 9 Bat Country - Avenged Sevenfold (5:13)
  10. 10 Excerpt from: The Way Up, Pt. 1 - Pat Metheny Group (6:22)
  11. 11 Home - Michael Bublé (3:46)
  12. 12 Bad Day - Daniel Powter (3:55)
  13. 13 Awake - Josh Groban (5:11)
  14. 14 Fidelity - Regina Spektor (3:48)
  15. 15 Starlight - Muse (4:02)
  16. 16 Welcome to the Black Parade - My Chemical Romance (5:12)
  17. 17 Icky Thump - The White Stripes (4:17)
  18. 18 The Day That Never Comes - Metallica (7:56)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Luther Vandross Vocals
Don Ralke Choir Director
Claus Ogerman Conductor
E. Johnson Strings, Guest Appearance
Daniel Miller Noise
Robert Buller Strings, Guest Appearance
Lou Busch Conductor
Keith Flint Vocals
Grace Winder Strings, Guest Appearance
J. Scott Jackson Conductor
Technical Credits
Sir Mix-A-Lot Arranger, Programming, Producer, Engineer
Allan Sherman Composer
Rodney Crowell Producer
Ian Anderson Producer
The Beach Boys Producer
The Black Crowes Producer
Lindsey Buckingham Author
David Byrne Producer
Ry Cooder Arranger, Author, Adaptation
Elvis Costello Producer, Author
Marshall Crenshaw Producer
Devo Producer
Bob Dylan Composer
Donald Fagen Producer
Faith No More Producer
Bryan Ferry Producer
Fleetwood Mac Producer
John Fogerty Composer, Producer
Goo Goo Dolls Producer
Grateful Dead Arranger
George Harrison Producer
John Lennon Producer
Curtis Mayfield Producer
New Order Producer
Randy Newman Author
Van Dyke Parks Author
Gram Parsons Producer
Tom Petty Composer
Todd Rundgren Producer
Paul Simon Producer
Tower of Power Producer
Bob Weir Author
Steve Winwood Producer
Gary Wright Producer
Neil Young Producer
Pat Metheny Producer
Brooks Arthur Producer
Don Ralke Orchestra Director
Mike Post Producer
Phil Everly Author
Larry Graham Producer
Lee Hazlewood Producer
Nick Jameson Producer
Player Arranger
Charles Wright Producer
Warren Barker Music Direction
Louie Shelton Producer
Jimmy Gilmer Executive Producer
Ken Scott Engineer
Joe Brooks Producer
Jeff Gold Author
Faith Hill Producer
Paula Cole Producer
Walter Becker Producer
Soul Coughing Composer, Producer
Brian Ahern Producer
Al B. Sure! Producer
DJ Aladdin Producer
Tom Lord-Alge Engineer
Peter Asher Producer
Glen Ballard Composer, Producer
Eddie Berkeley Producer
Andre Betts Producer
Chris Blackwell Producer
Allan Blazek Producer
Tony Bongiovi Producer
Jimmy Bowen Producer
Joe Boyd Producer
Gregg Brown Producer
Sonny Burke Producer
T Bone Burnett Producer
Blake Chancey Producer
Chas Chandler Producer
Ed Cherney Engineer
Madonna Composer, Producer
Claus Ogerman Orchestral Arrangements
George Clinton Producer
G. Clinton Jr. Composer
Jason Corsaro Engineer
John Court Producer
Michael Cuscuna Producer
August Darnell Producer
Terry Date Producer
Rhett Davies Producer, Engineer
De La Soul Producer
Bob Destocki Producer
James Luther Dickinson Producer
Ronnie James Dio Producer
Neil Dorfsman Producer
Joel Dorn Producer
Jack Douglas Producer
Tom Dowd Producer
George Drakoulias Producer
Eno Producer
Thomas Erdelyi Composer, Producer
Bob Ezrin Producer
Flood Producer
Perry Farrell Producer, Author
Flea Composer, Author
Denzil Foster Arranger, Producer
Chris Frantz Producer
Dave Fridmann Producer
Mitchell Froom Producer
John Frusciante Composer
Lew Futterman Producer
Byron Gallimore Producer
Don Gant Producer
Humberto Gatica Producer, Engineer
Phil Gernhard Producer
Andrew Gill Producer
David Gilmour Producer
Don Gilmore Producer
Glyn Johns Producer
Martin Gore Composer
Richard Gottehrer Producer
Jay Graydon Producer
Stephen Hague Producer
Roy Halee Engineer
Bill Ham Producer
Kirk Hammett Composer
André Harrell Executive Producer
David Hassinger Producer
James Hetfield Composer
Jimmy Hilliard Producer
Trevor Horn Producer
Bones Howe Producer
Ice-T Producer, Executive Producer, Author
Erik Jacobsen Producer
Dave Jerden Producer
Frank Jones Producer
Hugh Jones Producer
David Kahne Producer, Engineer
Gary Katz Producer
Kenny Rogers Producer
Anthony Kiedis Composer
Kevin Killen Engineer
Mark Knopfler Producer
Bob Kraushaar Engineer
Bill Kreutzmann Composer
Nick Laird-Clowes Producer
k.d. lang Composer, Producer
Donn Landee Engineer
David Leonard Producer
Patrick Leonard Composer, Producer
Wayne Lewis Arranger, Producer
Tommy LiPuma Producer, Executive Producer
Scott Litt Producer
Los Lobos Producer
David Lord Engineer
George Massenburg Producer
Lyle Mays Producer
Elliot Mazer Producer
Thomas McElroy Arranger, Producer
William McEuen Producer
Loreena McKennitt Producer
Benny Medina Executive Producer
Daniel Miller Producer
Marcus Miller Producer
Ben Mink Producer
Muggs Producer
Michael Omartian Producer
Brian Paulson Producer, Engineer
Greg Penny Producer
Richard Perry Producer
Jacques Fred Petrus Producer, Executive Producer
John Pilla Producer
Ray Pohlman Arranger
R.E.M. Producer
E.C. Radcliffe Producer
Frank Rand Producer
Brian Rawling Producer
Richard Wess Arranger
Steve Rodby Producer
Susan Rogers Producer
Rick Rubin Producer, Executive Producer
David Rubinson Producer
Alex Sadkin Producer
Jerry Samuels Producer
Ian Samwell Producer
Joe Saraceno Producer
Tupper Saussy Arranger, Producer
Al Schmitt Engineer
Tony Scotti Producer
Robbie Shakespeare Composer
Peter Sinfield Producer
Chad Smith Composer
Steven Stanley Producer
Mike "Clay" Stone Producer, Engineer
Bill Szymczyk Producer
Alan Tarney Producer
Mark Taylor Producer
Ted Templeman Producer, Author
Mike Thorne Producer
Russ Titelman Producer
Allen Toussaint Producer
Roger Producer
Lars Ulrich Composer
Mark VanHecke Producer
Tony Visconti Producer
Matt Wallace Producer
Lenny Waronker Producer, Author
Fred Wesley Horn Arrangements
Kyle West Producer
Tina Weymouth Producer
Nelson Wilbury Producer
Joseph Wissert Producer
Paul Worley Producer
Adam Sandler Producer
Alanis Morissette Composer
Rob Cavallo Producer
Simon Hale String Arrangements
Brian Liesegang Producer
Bob McCluskey Producer
Richard Patrick Producer
Robert Trujillo Composer
Tom Whalley Author
Otis Wilbury Producer
Eric Mouquet Arranger, Producer
Rick Walton Producer
Deftones Producer
Stan Cornyn Author
Jon King Producer
Jay Scott King Arranger, Producer
Yazoo Producer
Warren Zanes Liner Notes
R. Robinson Composer
William Ross Arranger, String Conductor
Scott Booker Producer
Lou Busch Arranger
John Feldmann Producer, Engineer
Greg Fidelman Engineer
John Shanks Producer
Atron Gregory Producer
Wayne Coyne Author
Rich Costey Producer
Jeffrey Kent Ayeroff Author
Jim Conkling Author
T. Marrow Composer
Elliot Straite Producer
Tjinder Singh Producer
Pat Kraus Mastering
Scott Levitin Mastering
Bob Merlis Author
Mo Ostin Author
Steve Brown Producer
Lili Fini Zanuck Executive Producer
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