Rock: Train Kept a Rollin'

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To commemorate the end of the century, Sony Music assembled the 26-disc box set Sony Music 100 Years: Soundtrack for a Century. The title was imposing, as was the idea behind it -- to chronicle the life of the oldest record label in the music industry. To be clear, Sony Music has not existed for 100 years, but the heart of its catalog, Columbia Records, was founded early in the 20th century. Sony realized that most consumers wouldn't invest in a 26-disc box, no matter how impressive it was, so they simultaneously released a series of 12 genre-specific double-disc sets that culled highlights from the box. As it turns out, the double-disc sets are every bit as ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
To commemorate the end of the century, Sony Music assembled the 26-disc box set Sony Music 100 Years: Soundtrack for a Century. The title was imposing, as was the idea behind it -- to chronicle the life of the oldest record label in the music industry. To be clear, Sony Music has not existed for 100 years, but the heart of its catalog, Columbia Records, was founded early in the 20th century. Sony realized that most consumers wouldn't invest in a 26-disc box, no matter how impressive it was, so they simultaneously released a series of 12 genre-specific double-disc sets that culled highlights from the box. As it turns out, the double-disc sets are every bit as impressive as the big box, perhaps more so, because they're easily digestible. Even so, the scope of the 40-track Rock: Train Kept a Rollin' is impressive. Columbia didn't really have a lot of rock & roll acts in the late '50s and early '60s -- the record industry was different then, and the label was a little too established to endorse something that was still seen as a fad not to mention that most rock & rollers were on independent upstarts. Appropriately, Rock: Train Kept a Rollin' begins in 1964 with Bob Dylan's "Subterranean Homesick Blues" -- not only the moment Dylan went rock on record, but one of the first true rock records on the label. From that point on, things were different for Columbia and its subsidiaries, and they eventually amassed a catalog filled with commercial and artistic heavy-hitters, such as the Byrds, the Yardbirds, Moby Grape, Jeff Beck, Sly & the Family Stone, Santana, Mott the Hoople, the Stooges, Bruce Springsteen, Boston, Aerosmith, Cheap Trick, Meat Loaf, Elvis Costello, the Clash, Journey, Midnight Oil, Pink Floyd, Ozzy Osbourne, Soul Asylum, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, Rage Against the Machine and Oasis. Those bands, along with a handful of others, make Train Kept a Rollin' an eclectic listen, to say the least, but the remarkable thing is, not only is it really entertaining, but it winds up being pretty representative of nearly four decades of rock history. True, it's not definitive, but it does something better -- it captures the feel and the evolution of rock over the years, and it does so by drawing from a handful of related labels.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/12/1999
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 074646579725
  • Catalog Number: 65797

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Subterranean Homesick Blues (2:20)
  2. 2 Mr. Tambourine Man (2:22)
  3. 3 Why Do I Cry (2:50)
  4. 4 Over, Under, Sideways, Down (2:23)
  5. 5 Omaha (2:24)
  6. 6 Down on Me (2:07)
  7. 7 Time Has Come Today (3:33)
  8. 8 I Ain't Superstitious (4:55)
  9. 9 Albatross (3:11)
  10. 10 I Got a Line on You - Spirit (2:40)
  11. 11 I Want to Take You Higher (3:04)
  12. 12 Black Magic Woman (3:18)
  13. 13 All the Young Dudes (3:33)
  14. 14 Raw Power - The Stooges (4:17)
  15. 15 Frankenstein (3:27)
  16. 16 Born to Run (4:31)
  17. 17 Carry on Wayward Son (3:38)
  18. 18 More Than a Feeling - Boston (3:29)
  19. 19 (Don't Fear) the Reaper (3:51)
  20. 20 Walk This Way (3:31)
  21. 21 Cat Scratch Fever (3:07)
  22. 22 Barracuda - Heart (3:30)
  23. 23 Surrender (4:14)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Paradise By The Dashboard Light (5:57)
  2. 2 Paradise by the Dashboard Light (5:57)
  3. 3 Pump It Up (3:15)
  4. 4 London Calling - The Clash (3:20)
  5. 5 Breaking the Law (2:34)
  6. 6 Pretty in Pink (3:59)
  7. 7 Don't Stop Believin' - Journey (4:10)
  8. 8 Beds Are Burning (4:16)
  9. 9 Learning to Fly (4:53)
  10. 10 Cult of Personality (4:55)
  11. 11 No More Tears (5:56)
  12. 12 Runaway Train (4:26)
  13. 13 Black (5:45)
  14. 14 Would? (3:28)
  15. 15 Killing in the Name (5:15)
  16. 16 Wonderwall - Oasis (4:20)
  17. 17 Got the Life (3:47)
  18. 18 Love Sick (5:21)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Chris Hillman Bass
Michael Shrieve Drums
Aerosmith Track Performer
Alice in Chains Track Performer
Barry & the Remains Track Performer
Jeff Beck Bass, Guitar, Track Performer
Big Brother & the Holding Company Track Performer
Blue Öyster Cult Track Performer
Boston Track Performer
The Byrds Track Performer
The Chambers Brothers Track Performer
Cheap Trick Track Performer
Gene Clark Tambourine, Vocals
The Clash Track Performer
Elvis Costello Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Bob Dylan Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Fleetwood Mac Track Performer
Dan Hartman Bass
Ian Hunter Piano, Vocals
Janis Joplin Vocals
Journey Track Performer
Judas Priest Track Performer
Kansas Track Performer
Living Colour Track Performer
Meat Loaf Vocals, Track Performer
Midnight Oil Track Performer
Moby Grape Track Performer
Ronnie Montrose Guitar
Ted Nugent Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Track Performer
Ozzy Osbourne Vocals, Track Performer
Pearl Jam Track Performer
Joe Perry Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Slide Guitar
Steve Perry Vocals
Iggy Pop Vocals
The Psychedelic Furs Track Performer
Todd Rundgren Guitar
Neal Schon Guitar, Vocals
Sly & The Family Stone Track Performer
Soul Asylum Track Performer
Skip Spence Guitar, Vocals
Bruce Springsteen Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Rod Stewart Vocals
Joe Strummer Guitar, Vocals
Ron Wood Bass
The Yardbirds Track Performer
Tom Scott Saxophone
Steve Smith Drums
David Sancious Keyboards
Santana Track Performer
Carmine Appice Drums
José Chepitó Areas Conga, Timbales
Jonathan Cain Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Randy California Guitar, Vocals
Clarence Clemons Saxophone
Jay Ferguson Percussion, Vocals
Mick Fleetwood Drums
Ellen Foley Vocals
Larry Graham Bass
Danny Kirwan Guitar
Nick Mason Electric Drums
Augie Meyers Accordion, Vox Organ, Hammond Synth
Bob Mosley Bass, Vocals
Steve Nieve Keyboards
The Remains Track Performer
Gregg Rolie Keyboards, Vocals
Jeremy Spencer Piano, Slide Guitar
Jim Steinman Keyboards
Steve Walsh Organ, Synthesizer, Piano, Vocals, Vibes
Alan White Drums
Richard Wright Piano, Vocals
Phyllis Saint James Background Vocals
Rage Against the Machine Track Performer
John McVie Bass
Jim Keltner Drums
Bobby Gregg Drums
Kasim Sulton Bass
Roger Fisher Guitar
Robin Zander Vocals
Oasis Track Performer
Jim McCarty Drums
Peter Albin Bass
Verden Allen Organ, Vocals
Jeff Ament Bass
Sam Andrew Guitar, Vocals
Ron Asheton Bass
Scott Asheton Drums
John Ashton Guitar
Les Binks Drums
Roy Bittan Piano, Keyboards
Brian Blade Drums
David Brown Bass
Will Calhoun Drums
Jerry Cantrell Guitar, Vocals
Mike Carabello Conga
Jon Carin Keyboards
Bun E. Carlos Drums
Ed Cassidy Percussion, Drums
Randy Castillo Drums
George Chambers Bass, Vocals
Lester Chambers Vocals
Willie Chambers Guitar, Vocals
Mike Clarke Drums
David Crosby Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Bob Daisley Bass
Chip Damiani Drums
Jonathan Davis Vocals
Zack de la Rocha Vocals
Michael DeRosier Chimes, Drums, Timpani
Brad Delp Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals, Guitar (12 String Acoustic)
James Luther Dickinson Keyboards
K.K. Downing Guitar
Chris Dreja Rhythm Guitar
Edgar Winter Organ, Synthesizer, Piano, Marimbas, Clavinet, Track Performer
Phil Ehart Percussion, Drums
Vince Ely Drums
Greg Errico Percussion, Drums
Bob Ezrin Bass, Percussion, Keyboards
Danny Federici Organ
Pink Floyd Track Performer
Steve Forman Percussion
Steve Fossen Bass
Tony Garnier Bass
Peter Garrett Vocals
David Getz Drums
David Gilmour Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Corey Glover Vocals
Al Gorgoni Guitar
Stone Gossard Guitar
Rob Grange Bass
Peter Green Guitar
Paul Griffin Piano
James Gurley Guitar
Rob Halford Vocals
Topper Headon Percussion, Drums
Ian Hill Bass
Rob Hirst Drums, Vocals
Dave Hope Bass
Mick Jones Guitar, Vocals
Brian Keenan Drums
Duncan Kilburn Keyboards, Saxophone
Sean Kinney Drums
Darlene Koldenhoven Background Vocals
Joey Kramer Percussion, Drums
Dave Krusen Drums
Michael Landau Guitar
Bruce Langhorne Guitar
Bill Lee Acoustic Bass
Tony Levin Bass, Stick
John Locke Keyboards
Jerry Martini Saxophone
Mike McCready Guitar
Jerry Miller Guitar, Vocals
Tom Morello Guitar
Roger Morris Guitar
Mott the Hoople Track Performer
Karl Mueller Bass
Rick Nielsen Guitar, Vocals
Scott Page Saxophone
Bill Payne Keyboards
Dave Pirner Vocals
Cynthia Robinson Trumpet
Martin Rotsey Guitar
Chuck Ruff Drums
Fran Sheehan Bass
Derek St. Holmes Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Layne Staley Guitar, Vocals
Robbie Steinhardt Violin, Viola, Vocals
Don Stevenson Drums, Vocals
Sylvester "Sly Stone" Stewart Organ, Vocals
Freddie Stone Guitar, Vocals
Rose Stone Electric Piano, Vocals
Garry Tallent Bass
Bruce Thomas Bass
Pete Thomas Drums
Glenn Tipton Guitar
Carmen Twillie Background Vocals
Steven Tyler Harmonica, Percussion, Keyboards, Vocals
Ross Valory Bass
Eddie Vedder Vocals
Mickey Waller Drums
Pete Watts Drums
Max Weinberg Drums
Brad Whitford Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Brad Wilk Drums
Ann Wilson Vocals
Zakk Wylde Guitar
Grant Young Drums
The Stooges Track Performer, Track Performer
Korn Track Performer
Richard Butler Vocals
Liam Gallagher Vocals
Noel Gallagher Guitar, Piano, Vocals, Mellotron, E-bow
Paul McGuigan Bass
Joseph Chambers Guitar, Vocals
James Williamson Guitar
Donnie Garrard Background Vocals
Marvin Lee Aday Background Vocals
Peter Gifford Bass, Vocals
Sib Hashian Percussion, Drums
Peter Lewis Guitar, Vocals
Barry Tashian Guitar, Vocals
Carlos Santana Guitar
Nancy Wilson Guitar
Tom Petersson Bass
Pat Leonard Keyboards
Mike Inez Bass
Brian Welch Bass, Guitar
James "Munky" Shaffer Bass, Guitar
Joseph Macho Jr. Electric Bass
Richard Williams Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Tom Scholz Organ, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Percussion, Rhythm Guitar, Clavinet
Tom Hamilton Bass
Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs Guitar, Piano, Mellotron
Technical Credits
Willie Dixon Composer
Alice in Chains Producer
Jeff Beck Arranger
David Bowie Producer
Bruce Dickinson Annotation
Janis Joplin Composer
Ozzy Osbourne Composer
Pearl Jam Producer
Iggy Pop Producer
Todd Rundgren Producer
Bruce Springsteen Producer
Joe Strummer Composer
Randy California Composer
Nick Mason Sound Effects
Jim Steinman Composer
Mike Vernon Producer
Rage Against the Machine Producer
Jim Keltner Drum Arrangements
Lou Adler Producer
Tom (Colonel) Allom Producer
Mike Appel Producer
Michael Beinhorn Producer
Simon Napier-Bell Producer
John Boylan Producer
Jon Carin Composer
Randy Castillo Composer
Willie Chambers Composer
Cliff Davies Producer
Jack Douglas Producer
K.K. Downing Composer
Kevin Elson Producer
Bob Ezrin Composer, Producer
Mike Flicker Producer
Lew Futterman Producer
GGGarth Producer
David Gilmour Composer, Producer
Jeff Glixman Producer
Stone Gossard Composer
Rob Halford Composer
Dave Jerden Producer
Mick Jones Composer
Kathryn King Editorial Production
Daniel Lanois Producer
Steve Lillywhite Producer
Nick Lowe Producer
Robin McBride Producer
Anthony Moore Composer
Owen Morris Producer
Mickie Most Producer
John Purdell Composer, Producer
David Rubinson Producer
Paul Samwell-Smith Producer
Bob Shad Producer
Michael Starr Basic Track
Ed Stasium Producer
Guy Stevens Producer
Sylvester "Sly Stone" Stewart Producer
Mike "Clay" Stone Producer
Steve Thompson Producer
Glenn Tipton Composer
Eddie Vedder Composer
Tom Werman Producer
Tim Wilson Producer
Toby Wright Producer
Zakk Wylde Composer
Korn Composer
Noel Gallagher Composer, Producer
Joseph Chambers Composer
Parke Puterbaugh Essay
Darcy Proper Mastering
Janet Boye Art Direction
Mike Inez Composer, Musical Director, Inspiration
Randall Martin Label Design
Charlie Sarrica Graphic Design
Sandy Lorenzo Marketing
Rosemary Mulligan Marketing
Artie Yeranian Graphic Design
Ron Juliano Graphic Design
John Naatjes Tape Research
Dianne Spoto Shattuck Marketing
Marni Elliott Marketing
Darren Salmieri Copy Coordination
Marguerite Hisen Marketing
Michelle Kerrigan Marketing
Doug McKeown Marketing
Jeff Jones Executive Producer
Tom Scholz Composer, Producer
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