Tracklist

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CD 1: The '70s: Superstars' Super Hits
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Taxi Harry Chapin 6:44
2 I Got a Name Jim Croce 3.65 3:13
3 That’s the Way I’ve Always Heard It Should Be Carly Simon 3.5 4:17
4 Brand New Key Melanie 2:27
5 Blue Bayou Linda Ronstadt 4.25 3:55
6 Say You Love Me Fleetwood Mac 4 4:02
7 You’ve Got a Friend James Taylor 4.45 4:33
8 I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing (in Perfect Harmony) The New Seekers 4 2:25
9 Reuben James Kenny Rogers & The First Edition 2:41
10 Catch the Wind Donovan 2:19
11 Reverend Mr. Black The Kingston Trio 3:02
12 Wichita Lineman Glen Campbell 3.75 3:03
13 If I Had a Hammer Trini Lopez 3:01
14 Rain on the Roof The Lovin’ Spoonful 2:15
15 I Got You Babe Sonny & Cher 4.2 3:13
16 Ebony Eyes The Everly Brothers 3:07
17 Windy The Association 5 2:55
18 Turnaround Jimmie Rodgers 3:00
19 I Saw Her Again Last Night The Mamas & the Papas 3.5 3:11
CD 2: '60s Souvenirs
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Both Sides Now Judy Collins 3:14
2 Everything That Touches You The Association 3:20
3 The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) Harpers Bizarre 2:37
4 Time The Pozo-Seco Singers 3:29
5 Lemon Tree Trini Lopez 2:55
6 Classical Gas Mason Williams 4 3:05
7 Lazy Day Spanky & Our Gang 3 3:09
8 A Little Bitty Tear Burl Ives 2:07
9 Walk Right Back The Everly Brothers 2:19
10 Sweet Memories Mickey Newbury 3:32
11 Never My Love The Association 3:08
12 Creeque Alley The Mamas & the Papas 3.75 3:49
13 Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind The Lovin’ Spoonful 5 2:01
14 Galveston Glen Campbell 2:41
15 Leaving on a Jet Plane The Mitchell Trio feat. John Denver 2:34
16 Greenback Dollar The Kingston Trio 5 2:53
17 All I Really Want to Do The Byrds 3 2:05
18 Alice’s Rock & Roll Restaurant Arlo Guthrie 4:48
19 Long Time Gone Crosby, Stills & Nash 5 4:21
20 The Beat Goes On Sonny & Cher 4.65 3:23
21 Child of Clay Jimmie Rodgers 4:08
CD 3: Folk Favorites of the Early '70s
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Me and You and a Dog Named Boo Lobo 2:53
2 Amazing Grace Judy Collins 3:51
3 Sunshine Jonathan Edwards 2:16
4 Look What They've Done to My Song Ma The New Seekers 3:23
5 Ventura Highway America 3.9 3:33
6 Motorcycle Mama Sailcat 2:08
7 Some of Shelley's Blues The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 2:51
8 Something's Burning Kenny Rogers & The First Edition 4:01
9 Make It With You Bread 5 3:15
10 The Nickel Song Melanie 3:47
11 Love the One You’re With Stephen Stills 3 3:08
12 Fancy Bobbie Gentry 5 4:07
13 I Need You America 3.5 3:07
14 Never Ending Song of Love Delaney & Bonnie & Friends 5 2:43
15 Good Time Charlie’s Got the Blues Danny O’Keefe 3:02
16 You Don’t Mess Around With Jim Jim Croce 4.75 2:59
17 If Bread 5 2:36
18 Fire and Rain James Taylor 4.5 3:25
19 City of New Orleans Steve Goodman 3:53
20 Younger Girl John Sebastian 2:39
CD 4: Folk Favorites of the Later '70s
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 How Sweet It Is (to Be Loved by You) James Taylor 4.35 3:37
2 We’ll Never Have to Say Goodbye Again England Dan & John Ford Coley 2:52
3 You Make Loving Fun Fleetwood Mac 3.9 3:35
4 Get Closer Seals & Crofts 5 3:58
5 I’m a Woman Maria Muldaur 4:09
6 Love Hurts Gram Parsons 5 3:42
7 Thank You for Being a Friend Andrew Gold 4:01
8 Here, There and Everywhere Emmylou Harris 4 3:43
9 You Are the Woman Firefall 2 2:43
10 Duelling Banjos Eric Weissberg & Steve Mandell 2:20
11 Lotta Love Nicolette Larson 5 3:11
12 Goodbye Girl David Gates 2:48
13 Midnight at the Oasis Maria Muldaur 4 3:45
14 Just Remember I Love You Firefall 3:18
15 Welcome Back John Sebastian 5 2:53
16 Lost Without Your Love Bread 5 2:56
17 I’d Really Love to See You Tonight England Dan & John Ford Coley 5 2:37
18 Shower the People James Taylor 3:58
19 Silver Threads and Golden Needles Linda Ronstadt 2:28
20 Just a Song Before I Go Crosby, Stills & Nash 4 2:11

Credits

CD 1: The '70s: Superstars' Super Hits

acoustic guitar:
Waddy Wachtel (1977-05-23 – 1977-07-22) (track 5)
James Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (track 7)
acoustic guitar and congas:
Danny Kortchmar (track 7)
drums (drum set):
Rick Marotta (1977-05-23 – 1977-07-22) (track 5)
electronic drum set [syn-drums]:
Rick Marotta (1977-05-23 – 1977-07-22) (track 5)
bass guitar:
Leland Sklar (track 7)
bass guitar [bass]:
Kenny Edwards (Bryndle/Stone Poneys/Linda Ronstadt) (1977-05-23 – 1977-07-22) (track 5)
cowbell:
Rick Marotta (1977-05-23 – 1977-07-22) (track 5)
cabasa, congas and drums (drum set):
Russ Kunkel (track 7)
mandolin:
Kenny Edwards (Bryndle/Stone Poneys/Linda Ronstadt) (1977-05-23 – 1977-07-22) (track 5)
electric piano:
Don Grolnick (1977-05-23 – 1977-07-22) (track 5)
steel guitar:
Dan Dugmore (1977-05-23 – 1977-07-22) (track 5)
marimba:
Steve Forman (US percussionist) (1977-05-23 – 1977-07-22) (track 5)
arranger:
David Mackay (Australian producer) (track 8)
assistant engineer:
Mark Howlett (track 5)
background vocals:
Joni Mitchell (track 7)
James Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (track 7)
Kenny Edwards (Bryndle/Stone Poneys/Linda Ronstadt) (1977-05-23 – 1977-07-22) (track 5)
Don Henley (1977-05-23 – 1977-07-22) (track 5)
composer:
Sonny Bono (track 15)
Harry Chapin (track 1)
Donovan Leitch (Scottish singer, songwriter and guitarist) (track 10)
Ruthann Friedman (track 17)
Carole King (track 7)
John D. Loudermilk (track 16)
Christine McVie (track 6)
Melanie Anne Safka-Schekeryk (US singer-songwriter Melanie Safka) (track 4)
John Sebastian (track 14)
Carly Simon (track 3)
Charles Fox (film/TV composer, also Latin pianist) (track 2)
Joe Melson (track 5)
Roy Orbison (track 5)
Jimmy Webb (US songwriter, composer, producer, pianist & singer) (1968) (track 12)
engineer:
Jack E. Hunt (track 18)
Bruce Morgan (track 1)
lead vocals:
Linda Ronstadt (1977-05-23 – 1977-07-22) (track 5)
lyricist:
Sonny Bono (track 15)
Harry Chapin (track 1)
Donovan Leitch (Scottish singer, songwriter and guitarist) (track 10)
Ruthann Friedman (track 17)
Norman Gimbel (track 2)
Carole King (track 7)
John D. Loudermilk (track 16)
Christine McVie (track 6)
Melanie Anne Safka-Schekeryk (US singer-songwriter Melanie Safka) (track 4)
John Sebastian (track 14)
Carly Simon (track 3)
Jimmy Webb (US songwriter, composer, producer, pianist & singer) (track 12)
Joe Melson (1963) (track 5)
Roy Orbison (1963) (track 5)
mixer:
Val Garay (track 5)
producer:
Peter Asher (tracks 5, 7)
Jac Holzman (track 1)
David Mackay (Australian producer) (track 8)
Allen Stanton (track 18)
recording engineer:
Val Garay (track 5)
vocals:
Eve Graham (track 8)
Sonny Bono (1965) (track 15)
Cher (1965) (track 15)
Jim Croce (1973-06-06) (track 2)
writer:
Bill Backer (track 8)
Roger Cook (track 8)
Roquel Davis (track 8)
Denny Doherty (track 19)
Barry Etris (track 9)
Roger Greenaway (track 8)
Alex Harvey (American country singer of the early 70s) (track 9)
Jerry Leiber (track 11)
John Phillips (The Mamas & The Papas) (track 19)
Jimmie Rodgers (1950s pop singer, born in 1933; "Honeycomb", "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine") (track 18)
Edward Samuels (track 18)
Mike Stoller (track 11)
Billy Edd Wheeler (track 11)
Lee Hays (1949) (track 13)
Pete Seeger (1949) (track 13)
phonographic copyright by:
WEA International Inc. (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor for the world outside of the US) (1965) (track 15)
Elektra/Asylum Records (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US) (1977) (track 5)
Capitol Records Nashville (2016) (track 12)
Elektra/Asylum Records (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US) (2017) (track 5)
WEA International Inc. (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor for the world outside of the US) (2017) (track 5)
publisher:
Chris Marc Music (track 15)
Cotillion Music (BMI) (track 15)
C’est Music (track 3)
Irving Music (BMI) (track 17)
Story Songs, Ltd (track 1)
Unart Music Corp. (track 9)
Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (track 3)
Warner/Chappell Music, Hong Kong Limited (華納音樂版權香港有限公司) (track 2)
Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 2)
Welbeck Music Ltd. (track 17)
mixed at:
recorded at:
Sound Factory, LA in Los Angeles, California, United States (1977-05-23 – 1977-07-22) (track 5)
edit of:
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 192) (order: 191) (track 12)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 444) (order: 442) (track 15)
cover recording of:
Blue Bayou (1977-05-23 – 1977-07-22) (track 5)
is the basis for:
Shakermaker (track 8)
later parody versions:
Sunni & Cher (track 15)
You've Got a Text (track 7)
later translated parody versions:
later translated versions:
Bleib bei mir, Babe (I Got You Babe) (track 15)
Bylo by to krásný (track 13)
Datemi un martello (track 13)
Du har en vän (track 7)
Ik mis je zo (track 5)
Je t’aime trop, toi (I Got You Babe) (track 15)
J’aimerais bien apprendre au monde (I’d like to teach the world to sing) (track 8)
Mijn eiland (track 5)
Mynd Heb Ddweud (track 16)
Oh had ik 'n hamer (track 13)
Pourquoi pas moi (track 2)
Rakkauden saari (track 5)
Tens un amic (track 7)
Tot ik bij je ben (track 7)
Tu amigo fiel (track 7)
You’ve Got a Friend (Japanese version) (track 7)
later versions:
Autant chercher à retenir le vent (Catch the Wind) (track 10)
live cover recording of:
If I Had a Hammer (track 13)
recording of:
Brand New Key (track 4)
Catch the Wind (track 10)
Rain on the Roof (track 14)
Reuben James (track 9)
Say You Love Me (track 6)
Taxi (track 1)
Turnaround (track 18)
Windy (track 17)
Ebony Eyes (1961) (track 16)
I Got You Babe (1965) (track 15)
Wichita Lineman (1968) (track 12)
I Got a Name (1973-06-06) (track 2)
referred to in medleys:
Cherish / Windy (order: 2) (track 17)
version of:
I’d Like to Buy the World a Coke (original commercial jingle off which “I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing” was based) (track 8)

CD 2: '60s Souvenirs

drums (drum set):
Michael Clarke (drummer for the 1960s rock group The Byrds) (track 17)
Dallas Taylor (drummer for Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young) (1969) (track 19)
bass guitar, guitar and organ:
Stephen Stills (1969) (track 19)
guitar:
David Crosby (track 17)
bass:
Chris Hillman (track 17)
electric guitar:
David Crosby (1969) (track 19)
12 string guitar:
Jim McGuinn (track 17)
arranger:
Benedikt Jahnel (track 1)
composer:
Sonny Bono (track 20)
Hank Cochran (Nashville singer and songwriter) (track 8)
David Crosby (track 19)
Sonny Curtis (track 9)
John Denver (track 15)
Arlo Guthrie (American folk singer-songwriter) (track 18)
Will Holt (track 5)
Terry Kirkman (track 2)
Michael Merchant (folk singer / songwriter and multi-instrumentalist) (track 4)
Joni Mitchell (track 1)
Mickey Newbury (American songwriter) (track 10)
John Sebastian (track 13)
Paul Simon (of Simon & Garfunkel) (track 3)
Jimmy Webb (US songwriter, composer, producer, pianist & singer) (track 14)
Bob Dylan (1964) (track 17)
Mason Williams (US classical guitarist, composer, writer, comedian & poet) (track 6)
conductor:
Harold Battiste (track 20)
engineer:
Jack E. Hunt (track 21)
Stan Ross (Recording engineer) (track 20)
lyricist:
Sonny Bono (track 20)
Hank Cochran (Nashville singer and songwriter) (track 8)
David Crosby (track 19)
Sonny Curtis (track 9)
John Denver (track 15)
Arlo Guthrie (American folk singer-songwriter) (track 18)
Will Holt (track 5)
Terry Kirkman (track 2)
Michael Merchant (folk singer / songwriter and multi-instrumentalist) (track 4)
Joni Mitchell (track 1)
Mickey Newbury (American songwriter) (track 10)
John Sebastian (track 13)
Paul Simon (of Simon & Garfunkel) (track 3)
Jimmy Webb (US songwriter, composer, producer, pianist & singer) (track 14)
Bob Dylan (1964) (track 17)
mixer:
Graham Nash (track 19)
Stephen Stills (track 19)
Bill Halverson (track 19)
David Crosby (track 19)
producer:
Lou Adler (track 12)
Terry Melcher (track 17)
Graham Nash (track 19)
Allen Stanton (track 21)
Stephen Stills (track 19)
Sonny Bono (track 20)
David Crosby (track 19)
recording engineer:
Bill Halverson (1969) (track 19)
vocals:
Chris Hillman (track 17)
Jim McGuinn (track 17)
David Crosby (1969) (track 19)
Graham Nash (1969) (track 19)
Stephen Stills (1969) (track 19)
David Crosby (track 17)
writer:
Dick Addrisi (track 11)
Don Addrisi (track 11)
Hoyt Axton (track 16)
Jimmy Curtiss (track 21)
George Fischoff (track 7)
Ernie Maresca (track 21)
John Phillips (The Mamas & The Papas) (track 12)
Michelle Phillips (track 12)
Tony Powers (track 7)
Ken Ramsey (track 16)
phonographic copyright by:
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (1965) (track 17)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1965) (track 17)
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US) (1969) (track 19)
Capitol Records Nashville (2001) (track 14)
produced for:
Dunhill Records USA (track 12)
publisher:
BMG Ruby Songs (track 15)
Chris Marc Music (track 20)
Cotillion (track 20)
Cotillion Music, Inc. (BMI) (track 20)
Crazy Crow Music (track 1)
Guerrilla Music (David Crosby publisher) (track 19)
MCA Music Publishing (renamed since c. 1996 as Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 12)
Siquomb Pub. Corp. (track 1)
Special Rider Music (track 17)
Warner Brothers Music Ltd. (UK subsidiary, so named between 1970/01/23–1971/04/26 and 1972/04/25–1988/08/23) (track 17)
Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (tracks 11, 20)
ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (tracks 1, 11)
Stay Straight Music (1969 –) (track 19)
engineered at:
mixed at:
recorded at:
edits:
sampled by:
Harmony by The Avalanches (track 2)
Take a Walk by Masta Ace feat. Apocalypse (track 7)
cover recording of:
All I Really Want to Do (1965-03-08) (track 17)
Galveston (1969) (track 14)
later parody versions:
later translated versions:
C’est bon la vie (track 3)
Ik denk aan jou (track 10)
Kom toch terug (track 9)
Molemmin puolin (track 1)
NEVER MY LOVE (Japanese version) (track 11)
Stap voor stap (track 9)
Tants kestab veel (track 20)
Van elke kant (track 1)
later versions:
partial recording of:
recording of:
Both Sides Now (track 1)
Child of Clay (track 21)
Classical Gas (track 6)
Creeque Alley (track 12)
Greenback Dollar (track 16)
Lazy Day (track 7)
Lemon Tree (track 5)
Never My Love (track 11)
Sweet Memories (track 10)
Time (track 4)
Walk Right Back (track 9)
The Beat Goes On (1967) (track 20)
Long Time Gone (1969) (track 19)
referred to in medleys:

CD 3: Folk Favorites of the Early '70s

acoustic guitar:
Dewey Bunnell (track 13)
drums (drum set):
Dave Atwood (track 13)
Hal Blaine (track 5)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Hal Blaine (track 5)
bass guitar and piano:
Gerry Beckley (track 13)
steelpan:
Stephen Stills (track 11)
organ:
Stephen Stills (1970-03) (track 11)
guitar:
Dewey Bunnell (track 5)
Dan Peek (track 5)
Stephen Stills (1970-03) (track 11)
Gerry Beckley (track 5)
bass:
Joe Osborne (track 5)
Calvin Samuels (1970-03) (track 11)
percussion:
Hal Blaine (track 5)
Stephen Stills (1970-03) (track 11)
keyboard:
Dan Peek (track 5)
Gerry Beckley (track 5)
12 string guitar:
Dan Peek (track 13)
congas:
Jeff Whittaker (1970-03) (track 11)
guitar family and piano:
America (US folk/soft rock band) (track 5)
additional composer:
additional producer:
America (US folk/soft rock band) (track 13)
Jeff Dexter (track 13)
arranger:
Judy Collins (track 2)
Jay Althouse (track 2)
assistant engineer:
Chuck Leary (track 5)
background vocals:
Priscilla Jones (American folk, rock and pop singer) (1970-03) (track 11)
Rita Coolidge (1970-03) (track 11)
David Crosby (1970-03) (track 11)
Graham Nash (1970-03) (track 11)
John Sebastian (1970-03) (track 11)
composer:
Dewey Bunnell (track 5)
Gerry Beckley (track 13)
Delaney Bramlett (track 14)
Jim Croce (track 16)
Mac Davis (US country singer, songwriter & actor) (track 8)
Jonathan Edwards (American singer-songwriter and musician best known for his 1971 hit single "Sunshine") (track 3)
David Gates (singer/songwriter, lead singer of Bread) (tracks 9, 17)
Bobbie Gentry (track 12)
Steve Goodman (folk musician) (track 19)
Melanie (US singer-songwriter Melanie Safka) (tracks 4, 10)
Michael Nesmith (track 7)
Danny O’Keefe (track 15)
John Sebastian (track 20)
Stephen Stills (track 11)
James Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (track 18)
John D. Wyker III (track 6)
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 2)
engineer:
Andy Johns (track 11)
Bill Lazerus (track 18)
Ken Scott (UK record producer & engineer) (track 13)
Mike Stone (producer 60’s–80’s) (track 5)
lead vocals:
James Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (1969-12) (track 18)
Stephen Stills (1970-03) (track 11)
Gerry Beckley (track 13)
lyricist:
Dewey Bunnell (track 5)
Gerry Beckley (track 13)
Delaney Bramlett (track 14)
Jim Croce (track 16)
Mac Davis (US country singer, songwriter & actor) (track 8)
Jonathan Edwards (American singer-songwriter and musician best known for his 1971 hit single "Sunshine") (track 3)
David Gates (singer/songwriter, lead singer of Bread) (tracks 9, 17)
Bobbie Gentry (track 12)
Steve Goodman (folk musician) (track 19)
Melanie (US singer-songwriter Melanie Safka) (tracks 4, 10)
Michael Nesmith (track 7)
John Newton (English poet) (track 2)
Danny O’Keefe (track 15)
John Sebastian (track 20)
Stephen Stills (track 11)
James Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (track 18)
John D. Wyker III (track 6)
producer:
Mark Abramson (track 2)
America (US folk/soft rock band) (track 5)
Peter Asher (track 18)
Terry Cashman (track 16)
Bill Halverson (track 11)
Kris Kristofferson (track 19)
David Mackay (Australian producer) (track 14)
Norbert Putnam (track 19)
Ian Samwell (track 13)
Tommy West (track 16)
George Martin (tracks 5, 13)
Stephen Stills (track 11)
publisher:
Alfred Music (publisher of sheet music for music education) (track 2)
recording engineer:
Gene Eichelberger (track 19)
remixer:
George Martin (tracks 5, 13)
vocals:
Dewey Bunnell (track 5)
Dan Peek (track 5)
Judy Collins (track 2)
Jim Croce (1971-10-11) (track 16)
Gerry Beckley (track 5)
Steve Goodman (folk musician) (track 19)
writer:
Lobo (American singer-songwriter Roland Kent LaVoie) (track 1)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 2)
phonographic copyright by:
R2M Music (BMI) (1972) (track 16)
Warner Bros. Records Inc. (not for release label use, company behind the “WB Records” imprint) (1972) (tracks 5, 13)
Rhino Entertainment Company (not for release label use!) (2011) (tracks 5, 13)
publisher:
Country Road Music, Inc. ( – ????) (track 18)
MCA Music (not for release label use! this is a music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) (track 16)
S. Gems Col. Inc (track 17)
Sixteen Stars Music (track 15)
Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (tracks 9, 17)
Universal Classics & Jazz (Japanese company - read the annotation before using!) (track 2)
Universal Music Publishing Group Japan (work publisher - do NOT use as a release label) (track 2)
WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (track 5)
Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Co. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 15)
ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (track 5)
recorded at:
Trident Studios (London, UK) in Soho, Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom (track 13)
Island Studios (London) in London, England, United Kingdom (1970-03) (track 11)
The Hit Factory in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (1971-10-11) (track 16)
edit of:
Never Ending Song of Love (original stereo mix) by Delaney & Bonnie and Friends (track 14)
sampled by:
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 227) (order: 226) (track 18)
arrangements:
Amazing Grace (Ernie Rettino/Debby Kerner Rettino arrangement) (track 2)
Amazing Grace (arrangement by Himes of the hymn, for brass band) (track 2)
Amazing Grace (arr. Daniel Lanois) (track 2)
Amazing Grace (Mullaney and Abbott's arrangement of the hym, ~1972) (track 2)
Amazing Grace (Keith McCutchen's ~2005 arrangement of the hymn) (track 2)
Amazing Grace (for wind ensemble, Maldonado) (track 2)
Amazing Grace (Yes arrangement) (track 2)
Amazing Grace (Mark O’Connor arrangement) (track 2)
Amazing Grace (Destiny's Child version) (track 2)
Amazing Grace (John Rutter's arrangement of the popular hymn) (track 2)
Amazing Grace (Justin Bolger, O.P. arrangement) (track 2)
Amazing Grace (for piano, Walden) (track 2)
Cerca de ti (translated) (track 9)
アメイジング・グレイス (Michiaki Kato Arrangement) (track 2)
アメイジング・グレイス (Flute Ensemble Triptyque arrangement) (track 2)
cover recording of:
is the basis for:
Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) (track 2)
Amazing Grace (Jonathan Richman’s version) (track 2)
Grace Flows Down (track 2)
Grace Like Rain (track 2)
Ils ont changé ma chanson (French adaptation of "What Have They Done to My Song, Ma?") (track 4)
Liten og grønn (track 19)
Suiker en azijn (track 18)
仁愛的心 (track 2)
later parody versions:
later translated parody versions:
later translated versions:
IF (track 17)
Pazudušais dēls (Latvian version of "City of New Orleans") (track 19)
So a Segen (track 2)
Sol och regn (track 18)
Vuur en as (track 18)
Vuur en as (track 18)
later versions:
Amazing Grace (incl. 4th verse by Beecher-Stowe) (track 2)
Amazing Grace (Heinz Gietz's arrangement of the hymn, ~1979) (track 2)
Salut les amoureux (track 19)
recording of:
Amazing Grace (popular hymn first published 1779, catch-all) (track 2)
City of New Orleans (track 19)
Fancy (track 12)
I Need You (track 13)
If (track 17)
Make It With You (track 9)
Motorcycle Mama (track 6)
Nickel Song (track 10)
Sunshine (track 3)
Ventura Highway (track 5)
Younger Girl (track 20)
Fire and Rain (1969-12) (track 18)
Love the One You’re With (1970-03) (track 11)
Never Ending Song of Love (1971) (track 14)
You Don’t Mess Around With Jim (1971-10-11) (track 16)
referred to in medleys:
Waarheen, waarvoor (Mieke Telkamp song) (track 2)

CD 4: Folk Favorites of the Later '70s

acoustic guitar:
Herb Pedersen (tracks 11, 19)
Gram Parsons (1973-05 – 1973-09) (track 6)
David Crosby (1976-12-19 – 1977) (track 20)
David Gates (singer/songwriter, lead singer of Bread) (track 12)
David Nichtern (tracks 5, 13)
fiddle:
Gib Guilbeau (track 19)
drums (drum set):
Jim Gordon (Drummer (Derek and the Dominos)) (tracks 5, 13)
Mickey McGee (track 19)
Ron Tutt (1973-05 – 1973-09) (track 6)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Jim Keltner (track 1)
Russ Kunkel (track 1)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Mick Fleetwood (track 3)
Russ Kunkel (1976-12-19 – 1977) (track 20)
bass guitar:
Freebo (track 13)
John McVie (track 3)
David Gates (singer/songwriter, lead singer of Bread) (track 12)
strings arranger:
Nick de Caro (track 13)
Jimmie Haskell (track 11)
David Paich (track 4)
membranophone:
Mike Botts (track 12)
Rick Schlosser (drummer) (track 11)
tambourine:
Russ Kunkel (track 1)
Linda Ronstadt (track 19)
Nicolette Larson (track 11)
pedal steel guitar:
Al Perkins (Texas born guitarist esp. steel guitar) (1973-05 – 1973-09) (track 6)
flute:
Plas Johnson (track 11)
guitar:
Dave Kalish (track 11)
Lindsey Buckingham (track 3)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Herb Pedersen (1973) (track 6)
harmonica:
Paul Butterfield (track 5)
bass:
Michael Bowden (track 19)
Bob Glaub (track 11)
John Kahn (track 5)
Lee Sklar (track 1)
Emory Gordy (1973-05 – 1973-09) (track 6)
Tim Drummond (1976-12-19 – 1977) (track 20)
electric piano:
Graham Nash (1976-12-19 – 1977) (track 20)
vibraphone:
Joe Vitale (track 20)
electric guitar:
Richard Bowden (track 19)
Amos Garrett (tracks 5, 13)
Danny Kortchmar (track 1)
Dean Parks (track 12)
James Burton (guitarist) (1973-05 – 1973-09) (track 6)
Stephen Stills (1976-12-19 – 1977) (track 20)
percussion:
Bobbye Hall (track 5)
Milt Jackson (track 5)
steel guitar:
Ed Black (track 19)
keyboard:
Mark T. Jordan (track 11)
keyboard and synthesizer:
Christine McVie (track 3)
saxophone:
Andrew Love (track 11)
Rhodes piano [Fender Rhodes]:
Clarence McDonald (track 1)
piano:
Paul Harris (keyboardist/pianist session player) (track 5)
Mark T. Jordan (track 13)
Clarence McDonald (track 1)
Glen D. Hardin (1973-05 – 1973-09) (track 6)
David Gates (singer/songwriter, lead singer of Bread) (track 12)
additional producer:
Howard Albert (track 20)
Ron Albert (track 20)
arranger:
David Gates (singer/songwriter, lead singer of Bread) (track 16)
Gene Page (track 4)
Paul Riser (track 5)
assistant recording engineer:
Steve Gursky (track 20)
background vocals:
Carol Carmichael (track 4)
Terry Lee Evans (track 5)
Bobby King (track 5)
Nicolette Larson (track 11)
Merna Matthews (track 4)
Shirley Matthews (Canadian pop singer) (track 4)
Herb Pedersen (track 19)
Greg Prestopino (track 5)
Donnie Shelton (track 4)
Ted Templeman (track 11)
Carolyn Willis (track 4)
background vocals [vocal harmonies]:
Carly Simon (track 1)
composer:
Boudleaux Bryant (track 6)
Jeffrey Comanor (track 2)
David Gates (singer/songwriter, lead singer of Bread) (tracks 12, 16)
Andrew Gold (track 7)
Parker McGee (track 17)
Christine McVie (track 3)
Graham Nash (track 20)
David Nichtern (track 13)
Rick Roberts (member of Firefall & The Flying Burrito Brothers) (track 14)
John Sebastian (track 15)
James Vernon Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (track 18)
Neil Young (Canadian singer, songwriter & musician) (track 11)
Lamont Dozier (track 1)
Brian Holland (Motown producer & songwriter) (track 1)
Arthur Smith (“Guitar Boogie” Smith US country artist) (track 10)
Mike Stoller (track 5)
conductor:
Jimmie Haskell (track 11)
engineer:
Joe Bogan (track 4)
John Haeny (track 19)
Donn Landee (tracks 11, 13)
Bruce Morgan (track 16)
Hugh Davies (US recording engineer) (track 6)
Lee Herschberg (tracks 1, 13)
lead vocals:
Gram Parsons (1973-05 – 1973-09) (track 6)
lyricist:
Boudleaux Bryant (track 6)
Jeffrey Comanor (track 2)
David Gates (singer/songwriter, lead singer of Bread) (tracks 12, 16)
Andrew Gold (track 7)
Eddie Holland (Motown songwriter, lyricist of Holland‐Dozier‐Holland songwriting team) (track 1)
Jerry Leiber (track 5)
Parker McGee (track 17)
Christine McVie (track 3)
Graham Nash (track 20)
David Nichtern (track 13)
Rick Roberts (member of Firefall & The Flying Burrito Brothers) (track 14)
John Sebastian (track 15)
James Vernon Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (track 18)
Neil Young (Canadian singer, songwriter & musician) (track 11)
mixer:
Hugh Davies (US recording engineer) (track 6)
Lee Herschberg (tracks 1, 13)
Al Schmitt (track 19)
performer:
Seals & Crofts (track 4)
producer:
Joe Boyd (US producer, founder of Hannibal Records) (track 13)
John Boylan (track 19)
Ken Caillat (track 3)
David Crosby (track 20)
Richard Dashut (track 3)
Fleetwood Mac (track 3)
Gram Parsons (track 6)
Louie Shelton (track 4)
J.D. Souther (track 19)
Stephen Stills (track 20)
Russ Titelman (track 1)
Lenny Waronker (tracks 1, 13)
Ted Templeman (track 11)
David Gates (singer/songwriter, lead singer of Bread) (track 16)
Graham Nash (track 20)
recording engineer:
Howard Albert (track 20)
Ron Albert (track 20)
Michael Braunstein (track 20)
solo soprano vocals:
Carolyn Willis (track 4)
spoken vocals:
Greg Prestopino (track 13)
vocals:
Lindsey Buckingham (track 3)
Maria Muldaur (tracks 5, 13)
Stevie Nicks (track 3)
Emmylou Harris (1973-05 – 1973-09) (track 6)
David Crosby (1976-12-19 – 1977) (track 20)
Graham Nash (1976-12-19 – 1977) (track 20)
Stephen Stills (1976-12-19 – 1977) (track 20)
Christine McVie (track 3)
writer:
Rick Roberts (member of Firefall & The Flying Burrito Brothers) (track 9)
Dash Crofts (track 4)
John Lennon (The Beatles) (track 8)
Paul McCartney (The Beatles) (track 8)
Dick Reynolds (country songwriter) (track 19)
Jack Rhodes (track 19)
Jim Seals (track 4)
phonographic copyright by:
Warner Bros. Records Inc. (not for release label use, company behind the “WB Records” imprint) (track 13)
Warner Bros. Records Inc. (not for release label use, company behind the “WB Records” imprint) (1975) (track 1)
Warner Bros. (holding: File NO Releases) (2004) (track 3)
publisher:
ABKCO Music, Inc. (this is a music publisher; for release labels, please use “ABKCO”) (track 1)
Acuff Rose Publications, Inc. ( – ????) (track 6)
BMG Sapphire Songs (track 2)
Central Songs (track 19)
Chicken Key Music (track 2)
Clearbox Rights LLC (track 17)
Dawnbreaker Music (track 17)
Faizilu Publishing (tracks 2, 17)
Fort Knox Music Co (track 19)
Gentoo Music, Inc. (track 3)
House of Bryant Publications (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 6)
Kipahulu Music Co. (track 16)
Luckyu Music (track 7)
Northern Songs (track 8)
Reservoir 416 (track 2)
Silver Fiddle Music (track 11)
Sony/ATV Songs LLC (track 5)
Stone Agate Music (track 1)
Sutjujo Music (tracks 2, 17)
Universal Music Publishing (Use ONLY if no country-specific information is available) (track 12)
ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (track 2)
mixed at:
Warner Bros. Recording Studios (North Hollywood, a/k/a Amigo Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (tracks 1, 13)
recorded at:
The Record Plant (aka “Record Plant” Los Angeles) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1976-12-19) (track 20)
Criteria Studios in Miami, Florida, United States (1977) (track 20)
edit of:
sampled by:
Slam Harder by Onyx (track 15)
arrangements:
cover recording of:
Lotta Love (track 11)
Love Hurts (1973) (track 6)
later translated versions:
Dis‐moi (Here, There & Everywhere) (track 8)
Hartzeer (track 6)
Here, There and Everywhere (Japanese version) (track 8)
Här (track 8)
later versions:
recording of:
Feuding Banjos (track 10)
Goodbye Girl (track 12)
I’m a Woman (track 5)
Shower the People (track 18)
Welcome Back (70’s Song by John Sebastian) (track 15)
You Are the Woman (track 9)
Get Closer (1976) (track 4)
Just a Song Before I Go (1976-12-19 – 1977) (track 20)
referred to in medleys:
The Beatles Concerto: 2nd Movement: Andante espressivo (Here, There and Everywhere / Something) (track 8)
The Music of The Beatles (order: 9) (track 8)