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The Blues Brothers - The Blues Brothers (Original Soundtrack Recording) album download

The Blues Brothers - The Blues Brothers (Original Soundtrack Recording) album download
Performer: The Blues Brothers
Title: The Blues Brothers (Original Soundtrack Recording)
Country: Europe
Style:Soundtrack, Chicago Blues, Soul, East Coast Blues, Gospel
Released: 1980
MP3 album szie: 1355 mb
FLAC album size: 1380 mb

The Blues Brothers soundtrack was released on Atlantic Records. On the surface this doesn't seem unusual, since the Blues Brothers' Atlantic debut, Briefcase Full of Blues, was a number one album; but the movie was released by Universal, and its parent company, MCA, passed on the soundtrack. The rollicking remake of the Spencer Davis Group's "Gimme Some Lovin'" was a hit, featuring an arrangement notable for the horn section that replaces Steve Winwood's rumbling organ work.

The Blues Brothers is a 1980 American musical comedy film directed by John Landis. The film's screenplay was written by Aykroyd and Landis. It features musical numbers by rhythm and blues (R&B), soul, and blues singers James Brown, Cab Calloway, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, and John Lee Hooker

The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording. Artist: The Blues Brothers.

Original recording: Universal Recording, Chicago Additional recording: Record Plant, Los Angeles Record Plant, New York City Soundmixers, New York City Mixed at Record Plant, NYC Mastered The Master Cutting Room. P C 1980 Atlantic Recording Corporation WRA Warner Communications Company. Printed on inlay: 7567-81471-2 ℗ 1980 Atlantic Recording Corporation ℗ 1986 WEA International Inc. Manufactured in Germany by Record Service GmbH, Alsdorf A Warner Communication Company.

Jailhouse Rock Lyrics. About The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording. The Blues Brothers Original Soundtrack features all the music featured in the movie released on June 16, 1980. The movie also had blues masters Ray Charles, Cab Calloway, James Brown and Aretha Franklin. The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording Q&A.

The Blues Brothers journey that John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd began on Saturday Night Live grew into a multimedia phenomenon, but even with the comedy stripped away, the soundtrack to their 1980 cult-classic film still stands tall. When they’re not ceding the spotlight to R&B giants like Ray Charles ( Shake a Tail Feather ) and Aretha Franklin ( Think ), they stir blues, soul and rock ’n’ roll together with such unbridled energy, infectious enthusiasm and star-quality charisma that it’s impossible not to get caught up in the frenzy. The Blues Brothers journey that John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd began on Saturday Night Live grew into a multimedia phenomenon, but even with the comedy stripped away, the soundtrack to their 1980 cult-classic film still stands tall

James Cleveland Choir) - The Blues Brothers. Set track as current obsession.

When "The Blues Brothers" movie finally arrived in theaters in the troubled summer of 1980 both Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi had long since ankled SNL and left their TV roots far behind (or so they thought, by 1981 Belushi's movie stratospheric movie career was already on a downswing and he was exploring a return to TV, according to Bob Woodward's. biography, "Wired") and in many ways "Blues Brothers" was the culmination of the pop culture revolution SNL and the "Not Ready For Prime Time Players" had started when SNL went on the air in 1975. The soundtrack has no real weak spots and, like every soundtrack or album that has survived for over 30 years, stands up to numerous repeated listenings.

The Blues Brothers chronology Briefcase Full of Blues (1978) The Blues Brothers: Music from the Soundtrack (1980) Made in America (1980). The songs on the soundtrack album are a noticeably different audio mix than in the film, with a prominent baritone saxophone in the horn line (also heard in the film during "Shake a Tailfeather," though no bari sax is present), and female backing vocals on "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love", though the band had no backup singers in the film.

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A1 She Caught The Katy
Vocals – Jake*Written-By – Taj Mahal, Yank Rachel*
A2 Peter Gunn Theme
Written-By – Henry Mancini
A3 Gimme Some Lovin'
Vocals – Jake*Written-By – Muff Winwood, Spencer Davis, Steve Winwood
A4 Shake Your Tailfeather
Vocals – Elwood*, Jake*, Ray CharlesWritten-By – D. Love*, P. Love*, R. Love*, T. Judy*, Z. Phillips*
A5 Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
Arranged By [Background Vocals] – Paul ShafferBacking Vocals – Patty Austin*, Ullanda McCullough, Vivian CherryVocals – Elwood*, Jake*Written-By – Bert Berns, Jerry Wexler, Solomon Burke
A6 The Old Landmark
Vocals – James Brown, Rev. James Cleveland ChoirWritten-By – A. M. Brunner*
B1 Think
Backing Vocals – Brenda Corbett, Caroline Franklin*, Margaret BranchVocals – Aretha FranklinWritten-By – Aretha Franklin, Ted White
B2 Theme From Rawhide
Vocals – Elwood*, Jake*Written-By – Dimitri Piomkin*
B3 Minnie The Moocher
Vocals – Cab CallowayWritten-By – Cab Calloway, Irving Mills
B4 Sweet Home Chicago
Vocals – Elwood*, Jake*Written-By – Woody Payne
B5 Jailhouse Rock
Vocals – Jake*Written-By – Jersey Leiber/Mike Stoller*

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Ifesa

Credits

  • Arranged By [Horn Arrangements] – Tom Malone
  • Art Direction – Bob Defrin
  • Design – Judith Jacklin
  • Engineer [Additional] – Jay Krugman, Jim Scheffler
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Eddie Garcia, Steve Marcantonio, Tom Miller
  • Mastered By – Joe Brescio
  • Musician [Additional Musicians], Bass – David Weston
  • Musician [Additional Musicians], Drums – Arthur Dickson, Steve Jordan
  • Musician [Additional Musicians], Guitar – Elliott Randall, Hiram Bullock, Keiv Ginsberg
  • Musician [Additional Musicians], Horn – Lewis Del Gatto*
  • Musician [Additional Musicians], Keyboards – Bill Payne, John Hason, John Springer, Larry Willis, Richard T. Bear, Terry Fryer
  • Performer, Bass – Duck Dunn*
  • Performer, Drums – Willie Hall
  • Performer, Guitar – Matt Murphy, Steve Cropper
  • Performer, Piano – Murphy Dunne
  • Performer, Saxophone – Lou Marini, Tom Malone
  • Performer, Trumpet – Alan Rubin
  • Photography By [Back Cover Photography By] – Peter Sorel
  • Photography By [Front Cover Photography By] – David Alexander
  • Producer – Bob Tischler
  • Supervised By, Conductor – Ira Newborn

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ATL 50715 The Blues Brothers The Blues Brothers (Original Soundtrack Recording) ‎(LP, Album) Atlantic ATL 50715 Europe 1980
none The Blues Brothers The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Rhino Records , Atlantic none US 2011
7567-82787-2 The Blues Brothers The Blues Brothers (Music From The Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Atlantic 7567-82787-2 Europe 1995
82787-2 The Blues Brothers The Blues Brothers (Original Soundtrack Recording) ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP) Atlantic 82787-2 US Unknown
XSD 16017 The Blues Brothers The Blues Brothers (Original Soundtrack Recording) ‎(LP, Album) Atlantic XSD 16017 Canada 1980