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Credits  

Disc 1 | Disc 2 | Acknowledgements

 

DISC 2

1.   Any Other Day
Norah Jones & Wyclef Jean
2.   I Will Not Be Broken
Bonnie Raitt
3.   People Get Ready
Rod Stewart with Jerry Lawson and Talk Of The Town
4.   We Can Make It Better
Kanye West featuring Talib Kweli, Q-Tip, Common and Rhymefest
5.   Try Me (live)
James Brown
6.   Louisiana Bayou (live)
Dave Matthews Band featuring Robert Randolph
7.   Goin' Back To New Orleans
Dr. John
8.   I'm Still Standing (live, New Orleans April 2001)
Elton John
9.   What Would Jesus Do
Chris Thomas King
10.   Alla Luce Del Sole (live)
Josh Groban with Béla Fleck
11.   Make A Change
Black Buddafly
12.   I Believe
Barbra Streisand
13.   Love & Mercy
Brian Wilson
14.   Coming Out Of The Dark/Always Tomorrow (acoustic)
Gloria Estefan
15.   Brothers (live)
The Neville Brothers
16.   After All (live in New Orleans)
The Winans Family
17.   Come Together Now
Various Artists
18.   When The Saints Go Marching (Back) In
Kirk Whalum with special guests Coolio, "CZ," Kyle Eastwood, Kyle Whalum, Rod McGaha & Wayman Tisdale
     
     
1.  

Any Other Day (4:14)
Norah Jones & Wyclef Jean
(Lyrics: Norah Jones, Lee Alexander and Wyclef Jean)
(Music: Wyclef Jean and Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis)
EMI Music Publishing/Sony-ATV Tunes, LLC/Huss-Zwingli Publishing, Inc.-ASCAP/ Te-Bass Music, Inc. c/o EMI Blackwood Music, Inc./Mutha Jones Music, LLC c/o EMI Blackwood Music, Inc./Fumblethumbs Music, LLC c/o EMI Blackwood Music, Inc.-BMI

• Norah Jones and Wyclef Jean: Vocals
• Wyclef Jean: Guitar
• Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis: Bass
• Norah Jones: Wurlitzer
• Rubin Kodheli: Cello
• Wyclef Jean and Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis: Percussion

• Performed by Wyclef Jean and Norah Jones
• Produced by Wyclef Jean and Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis
• Executive Producer: Sanjay Rawal
• Engineered by Serge "Sergical" Tsai, Andy Grassi, Douglas Rotwitt
• Mixed by Serge "Sergical" Tsai
• Assistants: Doug Rotwitt, John Pirretti, Julian Vasquez
• Recorded and Mixed at Platinum Sound Recording Studios, New York, NY
• Mastered by Joe Lambert
• Mastered at Trutone Mastering Labs Inc., New York, NY

Norah Jones appears courtesy of Blue Note Records, a division of Capitol Records, Inc.
Wyclef Jean appears courtesy of J Records, a unit of SONY/BMG Entertainment.

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2.  

I Will Not Be Broken (3:29)
Bonnie Raitt
(Gordon Kennedy-Wayne Kirkpatrick-Tommy Sims)
Bo Cut Songs c/o Universal Music Corp./Universal Music Corp./Tommy Sims Music c/o BMG Songs, Inc./BMG Songs, Inc./Bases Loaded Music-ASCAP/ Sell The Cow Music c/o Warner Tamerlane Publishing Corp./Warner Tamerlane Publishing Corp.-BMI

• Bonnie Raitt: Slide Guitar, Vocals
• James "Hutch" Hutchinson: Bass, Vocals
• Ricky Fataar: Drums
• George Marinelli: Guitar, Vocals
• Jon Cleary: Keyboards, Vocals

• Recorded Live at Sirius Satellite Radio's National Broadcast Center, NYC, Sept. 27th, 2005
• Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Chris Gibbons
• Assistant Engineers: Erick Gonzales & Daniel Chuzmir Bonnie

Raitt appears courtesy of Capitol Records and Sirius Satellite Radio
(P) 2005 Capitol Records, Inc.

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3.  

People Get Ready (2:38)
Rod Stewart with Jerry Lawson and Talk Of The Town
(Curtis Mayfield)
Mijac Music c/o Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp./Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.-BMI

Rod Stewart appears courtesy of J Records

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4.  

We Can Make It Better (3:48)
Kanye West featuring Talib Kweli, Q-Tip, Common and Rhymefest
(K. West-T.K. Greene-K. Fareed-L. Lynn-C. Smith-B. Bacharach-H. David)
Please Gimme My Publishing, Inc./EMI Blackwood (BMI)/Universal Music Publishing/Senseless Music (BMI)/Pen Skills Music (BMI)/EMI Blackwood Publishing/Medina Sounds Music (BMI) K. Fareed Publishing Designee/WB Music Corp./Casa David (ASCAP)

• Produced by Kanye West for Very Good Beats/Hip Hop Since 1978 & Jon Brion
• Recorded by Andrew Dawson and Brian Sumner at Chalice Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
• Mixed by Andrew Dawson at Sony Music Studios, NYC
• Assistant Engineer: Nate Connelly

• Kanye West appears courtesy of Roc-A-Fella Records
• Talib Kweli appears courtesy of Geffen Records
• Q-Tip appears courtesy of Motown Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
• Common appears courtesy of Geffen Records
• Rhymefest appears courtesy of J Records

"We Can Make It Better" contains a sample of "Make It Easy On Yourself" performed by The Three Degrees, used courtesy of DM Records, Inc.

Written by B. Bacharach and H. David, published by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP)/Casa David (ASCAP). Used by permission. All rights reserved.

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5.  

Try Me (live) (2:35)
James Brown
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing Co. c/o Unichappell Music, Inc.-BMI

Performed live by James Brown at the Apollo Theater

James Brown Band Members:
• Tommie Rae
• RJ (Roosevelt Johnson)
• Sara Raya
• Danny Ray
• Tyron Jefferson
• Jeff Watkins
• Leroy Harper
• Hollie Farris
• Damon Wood
• Ray Brundidge
• Robert Thompson
• Daryl Brown
• Fred Thomas
• Eric Hargrove
• Keith Jenkins
• Jerry Poindexter
• Spike (George Nealy)

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6.  

Louisiana Bayou (live) (8:18)
Dave Matthews Band featuring Robert Randolph
(Dave Matthews Band-Mark Batson)
Colden Grey, Ltd.-ASCAP/ Bat Future Music c/o Songs of Universal, Inc.-BMI

Dave Matthews Band with special guests:
• Robert Randolph: Pedal Steel Guitar
• Butch Taylor: Keyboards
• Rashawn Ross: Trumpet
• Dave Cast: Tenor Saxophone

Performed at Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Boulder, CO) for the Benefit for Hurricane Relief on September 12, 2005

Dave Matthews Band appears courtesy of RCA Records
Robert Randolph appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc.

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7.  

Goin' Back To New Orleans (4:09)
Dr. John
(Joseph Liggins)
Sony-ATV Songs, LLC-BMI

• Dr. John: Lead Vocals, Piano
• Danny Barker: Banjo
• Freddy Staehle: Drums, Wingertree
• David Barard: Bass
• Tommy Maran: Guitar
• Alfred "Uganda" Roberts, Chief "Smiley" Ricks, Cyril Neville, Charles Neville: Percussion
• The Neville Brothers: Vocals
• Pete Fountain: Clarinet Solo
• Al Hirt: Trumpet Solo
• Charles Neville: Tenor Sax Solo
• Jamil Sharif: Trumpet
• Eric Traub: Tenor Sax
• Alvin "Red" Tyler: Baritone Sax

Arrangements: Alvin "Red" Tyler

• Produced by Stewart Levine for Oliverea Productions, Ltd.
• Engineered and Mixed by Al Schmitt Production Coordinator: B. B.
• Recorded at Ultrasonic Studios, New Orleans, LA
• Assistant Engineers: Steve Reynolds and David Farrell
• Mixed at Schnee Studio, North Hollywood, CA
• Assistant Engineer: Chris Rich

Dr. John appears courtesy of Elektra Recording Group

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8.  

I'm Still Standing (live, New Orleans April 2001) (3:17)
Elton John
(Elton John-Bernie Taupin)
Rouge Booze, Inc. c/o Universal Polygram International-ASCAP/ HST Management, Ltd. c/o Universal Songs of Polygram International-BMI

• Elton John: Piano and Vocals
• Davey Johnstone: Musical Director, Guitar & Background Vocals
• Nigel Olsson: Drums, Percussion & Background Vocals
• Guy Babylon: Keyboards
• Bob Birch: Bass & Background Vocals
• John Mahon: Percussion & Background Vocals
• Ken Stacey: Background Vocals

• Recorded April 17, 2001, New Orleans Arena
• Recorded by Clive Franks (direct to DAT from concert mix)

(P) 2001 Mercury Records Limited
Courtesy of Mercury Records Limited under license from Universal Music

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9.  

What Would Jesus Do (4:05)
Chris Thomas King
(Words: Chris Thomas King and Gary Nicholson)
(Music: Chris Thomas King)
Young Blues Rebel Music, LLC-BMI

• Chris Thomas King: Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitars
• Colin Linden: Electric Dobro
• Reggie McBride: Bass
• Tony Braunagel: Drums
• Phil Madeira: Organ
• Regina McCreary: Background Vocals
• Ann McCreary: Background Vocals

• Producer - Mixer: Tommy Sims
• Executive Producers: Josh Henson (For Henson - Henson Entertainment) Butch Spyridon (For Nashville Convention and Visitor's Bureau)
• Arranged by Chris Thomas King
• Recorded at The Platinum Lab Recording, Nashville, TN, September 4, 2005
• Engineer: Michael Morena

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10.  

Alla Luce Del Sole (live) (5:47)
Josh Groban with Béla Fleck
(Music: Maurizio Fabrizio)
(Lyrics: Guido Morra)
Universal Music Italia srl. c/o Universal Musica, Inc. -ASCAP

• Josh Groban: Vocals
• Béla Fleck: Banjo

• Executive Producers: Brian Avnet, John Beug and David Horn
• Created by Josh Groban and Daniel Ezralow
• Music Produced and Mixed by Humberto Gatica and David Foster
• Recorded by Humberto Gatica and Guy Charbonneau
• Additional Engineering: Alejandro Rodriguez and Ian Charbonneau Digital
• Audio Editing by Jochem van der Saag, Jorge Vivo and Juan Pablo Valesco Le
• Mobile Stage Crew: Ted Barela, Zack McCormley, David Gallo and James Fahlgren
• Mixed at Chartmaker Studios and Westlake Audio
• Production Coordination by Courtney Blooding and Kathy Frangetis
• A&R Administration: Traci Samczyk

Josh Groban appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc.
Béla Fleck appears courtesy Columbia Records

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11.  

Make A Change (3:23)
Black Buddafly
(L. Austin-S. Banks-A. Schmahl-S. Schmahl-T. Taylor-R. Williams)
King Shah Music/Sean Banks Bomani Music/Choice Music, Inc./Eva Mae Music Publishing-ASCAP/ No Quincydence Music Publishing-BMI

• Produced by Troy Taylor for Songbook Entertainment
• Co-Produced by Rick Williams for Songbook Entertainment
• Mixed at The Studio, Philadelphia, PA by "You Can Ask" Giz
• All Instruments & Programming: Troy Taylor
• Guitar by Rick Williams
• Vocals Produced by Troy Taylor and Leroy "Tony" Austin

Black Buddafly appears courtesy of Russell Simmons Music Group

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12.  

I Believe (3:24)
Barbra Streisand
(Ervin Drake-Jimmy Shirl-Al Stillman-Irvin Graham)
Hampshire House Publishing Corp.-ASCAP

• Produced by Barbra Streisand & Arif Mardin
• Executive Producers: Barbra Streisand & Jay Landers
• Orchestra Arranged & Conducted by Jeremy Lubbok (Recorded in 1997)
• Mixed by Frank Filipetti

Barbra Streisand appears courtesy of Columbia Records

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13.  

Love & Mercy (2:20)
Brian Wilson
(Brian Wilson)
Beach Bum Music/GLVD Publishing-BMI

• Brian Wilson: Vocals
• Scott Bennett: Piano, Bass, Background Vocals
• Nelson Bragg: Drums, Background Vocals
• Taylor Mills: Background Vocals

• Produced and Arranged by Brian Wilson
• Assistant Producers: Daria and Delanie Wilson
• Recorded and Mixed by Mark Linett

Brian Wilson appears courtesy of BriMel

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14.  

Coming Out Of The Dark/Always Tomorrow (acoustic) (5:16)
Gloria Estefan
(Coming Out of the Dark written by: Gloria M. Estefan, Emilio Estefan, Jr., Jon Secada)
(Always Tomorrow written by: Gloria M. Estefan)
Foreign Imported Productions & Publishing, Inc.-BMI

• Dan Warner, Marco Linares: Guitar
• Sal Cuevas: Bass
• Arturo Sandoval: Piano
• Edwin Bonilla: Percussion (Cajon & Chequere)
• Ricardo Gaitan: Additional Percussion

• Produced by Emilio Estefan for Crescent Moon, Inc.
• Engineers: Tony Mardini & Gaitan Brothers
• Recorded at The Hit Factory, Miami/Crescent Moon Studios

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15.  

Brothers (live) (5:26)
The Neville Brothers
(Aaron Neville-Art Neville-Charles Neville-Cyril Neville-Ivan Neville-Milton Davis)
Apache Red Music c/o Irving Music, Inc./Arthelian Music c/o Irving Music, Inc./Neville Music Publishing Co. c/o Irving Music, Inc./Insofaras Music c/o Songs of Windswept Pacific/Liryca Music c/o Irving Music, Inc./Ivyjo Music c/o Irving Music, Inc.-BMI

From MTVN's "ReAct Now: Music And Relief Benefit Concert For Hurricane Katrina" used with permission by CMT. © 2005 Country Music Television, Inc. an MTV Network. All Rights Reserved. CMT and all related titles, logos and characters are trademarks owned by Country Music Television, Inc.

(P) 2005 Neville Nation Records

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16.  

After All (live in New Orleans) (4:30)
The Winans Family
(BeBe Winans)
Benny's Music (BMI)-EMI Music Publishing

Vocals by: Delores Winans, David Winans, Ronald Winans, Marvin Winans, Carvin Winans, Daniel Winans, BeBe Winans, CeCe Winans, Angie Winans, Debra Winans, Carvin Winans, III, Marvin Winans, Jr. and Juan Winans

• Ricky Lawson: Drums and Musical Director
• Tony Coleman: Keyboards
• Kim Hanson: Keyboards
• Sekou Bunch: Bass
• Brian Price: Guitar
• Jimmy Reed: Saxophone
• Jason Bishop: Programming
• DeWayne Whitehead: Backing Vocals
• Lena Starks: Backing Vocals
• Marcia Johns: Backing Vocals
• William Winchester: Backing Vocals

Recorded Live at The Mahalia Jackson Theater in New Orleans, LA on June 29, 2002

Courtesy of SMG

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17.  

Come Together Now (4:35)
Various Artists
(D. Sharpe-D. Rich-S. Stone-M.J. Feist)
Damon Sharpe Music/Annotation Music/Music of Vanguard-ASCAP/ Rich Songs/M.Feist Music/Careers-BMG Music Publishing-BMI

• Produced by Mark J. Feist And Damon Sharpe for www.dnmworldwide.com
• Recorded and Mixed by Jon Gass for www.jongass.com
• Mixed at Brandon's Way Recording, Los Angeles, CA
• Rhythm Arrangement by Mark J. Feist
• Vocal Arrangement by Mark J. Feist and Damon Sharpe
• Strings Arranged and Conducted by Bill Meyers
• Synthesizer and MIDI
• Programming by Mark J. Feist

• Mark J. Feist: Piano, Keyboards, Moog Bass, Live Drums
• Greg Phillinganes: Grand Piano
• Steve Lukather: Guitars Lead

• Vocals (in order of performance): The Game, Celine Dion, Ruben Studdard, JoJo, Jesse McCartney, John Legend, Joss Stone, Aaron Carter, Brian McKnight, Kimberley Locke, Wyclef Jean, Nick Carter, Anthony Hamilton, Stacie Orrico, Kelly Price, Gavin DeGraw, Patti LaBelle, A.J. McLean, Glenn Lewis, Angie Stone, Mya, Lee Ryan, Garou, Natalie Cole, Chingy, Tren'l, R.L. Huggard
• Background Vocals: Damon Sharpe, Mya, Glenn Lewis & Tren'l
• Choir - Megan McClannan and Friends

• Executive Engineer: Jon Gass
• Recording Engineers: Thom "TK" Kidd, Mark J. Feist, Damon Sharpe
• Strings Recorded by Jimi Randolph
• Additional Recording by Ian Blanch, Chris Young, Mike Eleopoulos, Jimmy Hoyson, June Ishizeki, Pierre Messier, Brian Bauers, Paul Boutin, Kevin Mahoney
• Recorded at Central Command, Los Angeles, CA; Studio @785, New York, NY; Conway Recording, Hollywood, CA; The Record Plant, Hollywood, CA; Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA; Henson Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA; Westlake Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Studio Piccolo, Montreal, Canada; The Hit Factory/Criteria, Miami, FL; Utah Valley State College (David O.McKay Event Centre); Audiostate 55 Recording, Birmingham, AL; Piety Street Recording, New Orleans, LA; Tree Sound Studios, Norcross, GA; Phat Budha, St.Louis, MO; Digital Insight Recording, Las Vegas, NV.
• Legal: Ed Shapiro/Uberfall Group, Lee Goldberg, Esq., Gary Hecker, Esq.
• Executive Producers: Denise Rich, Sharon Stone, Mark J. Feist, Damon Sharpe
• Co-Executive Producers: Kieron Kawall for Kawall Communications & David Munk
• Production Coordinator: Ivy Skoff

• Celine Dion appears courtesy of 550 Records
• John Legend, Anthony Hamilton and Garou all appear courtesy of Columbia Records
• The Backstreet Boys appear courtesy of Jive Records/Zomba Label Group
• Gavin DeGraw, Wyclef Jean and Angie Stone all appear courtesy of J Records
• Ruben Studdard appears courtesy of 19 Recordings Ltd./J Records
• The Game appears courtesy of Aftermath/G Unit/Interscope
• Mya appears courtesy of Interscope
• Kimberley Locke appears courtesy of Curb Records
• Stacie Orrico appears courtesy of Virgin Records America, Inc.
• Joss Stone and Chingy appear courtesy of Capitol/EMI
• Natalie Cole appears courtesy of The Verve Music Group
• Aaron Carter appears courtesy of Trans-Continental Records
• Glenn Lewis appears courtesy of Sanctuary Records Group, Ltd.
• Jesse McCartney appears courtesy of Hollywood Records
• Patti LaBelle appears courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group
• Brian McKnight appears courtesy of Motown Records, a division of Universal Records

(P) 2005 Come Together Foundation, Inc.

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When The Saints Go Marching (Back) In (4:53)
Kirk Whalum with special guests Coolio, "CZ," Kyle Eastwood, Kyle Whalum, Rod McGaha & Wayman Tisdale
(Arranged by K. Whalum)
(Lyrics by A. Ivey and C. Zachary)
(Public Domain)

• Producer: Kirk Whalum
• Executive Producer: Hyman Katz
• Tracking and Mix Engineer: Bryan Lenox on Nuendo at The Cabin, Peytonsville, TN
• Additional Engineering: Hal Sacks, Jared Bryans, Jason Stilwell, Julian Jackson
• Protools Engineering: Jared Bryans
• Assistant Engineers: Jonathan Crone, Ian Suddarth Studios: Dark Horse, The Playground, Yo Soy (all in Franklin, TN); The Bassmint, Calabasas, CA; Glenwood Place Studios, Burbank, CA; Jam Shack Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA

• Kirk Whalum: Soprano Saxophone
• Rod McGaha: Trumpet
• Roy Agee: Trombone
• Kyle Whalum: Electric Bass
• Kyle Eastwood: Upright Bass
• Wayman Tisdale: Piccolo Bass
• Mike Caputy: Drums
• Pat Burgeson: Bass Harmonica
• Rick Jackson: Piano
• Coolio: Rap
• CZ: Rap Chorus
• Mardi Gras Crowd: Kevin Whalum, Kirk "Satchmo" Whalum, Kyle Whalum, Bill Elder, Bryan Lenox, Rick Jackson

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