Various - What's Shakin' mp3 album
I'm wondering if this Various - What's Shakin' is a Canadian issue. The pronounced deep groove, the more shiny gold labels and the font style for the catalogue number look similar to that on the earliest Canadian pressings of first two Doors albums and Love's Forever Changes. However, on those three the big E logo is in black! 返信 通知を希望する Helpful.
What's Shakin' (LP, Comp). Joe Boyd was asked to complete the album with a British Blues Band. He and Paul Jones, leadsinger at Manfred Mann, brought a supergroup together, consisting of Eric Clapton (g), Steve Winwood (voc on "Steppin' Out" and "Crossroads"), Paul Jones (harp, voc on "I want to know"), Jack Bruce (b) and Pete York (dr) named Eric Clapton and the Powerhouse.
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|A1||–Steve Winwood With Eric Clapton & The Powerhouse*||Crossroads
Written-By – R. Johnson*
|A2||–The Lovin' Spoonful||Don't Bank On It Baby
Written-By – John Sebastian
|A3||–Al Kooper||Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes
Written-By – Al Kooper
|A4||–The Paul Butterfield Blues Band||Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
Written-By – Love*, Level*
|A5||–The Paul Butterfield Blues Band||One More Mile
Written-By – James Cotton
|A6||–The Lovin' Spoonful||Good Time Music
Written-By – John Sebastian
|B1||–The Lovin' Spoonful||Searchin'
Written-By – Lieber-Stoller*
|B2||–Steve Winwood With Eric Clapton & The Powerhouse*||I Want To Know
Written-By – S. MacLeod*
|B3||–Tom Rush||I'm In Love Again
Written-By – Fats Domino, Dave Bartholomew*
|B4||–The Lovin' Spoonful||Almost Grown
Written-By – Chuck Berry
|B5||–The Paul Butterfield Blues Band||Spoonful
Written-By – Willie Dixon
|B6||–Eric Clapton And The Powerhouse||Steppin' Out
Written-By – Memphis Slim
- Design [Cover] – William S. Harvey
- Liner Notes – Hans Krüger
- Producer – Jac Holzman, Mark Abramson, Paul A. Rothchild
NotesTwo tunes edited out, compared to other versions of this title.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A. Etched): 22003A KFM
- Barcode (Runout, side B. Etched): 22003B KFM