V/A feat. Blues Explosion – Dukes of Hazzard: Unseen (DVD, UK)

April 2006 Warner Brothers D073665
01 Feature Film V/A feat. Blues Explosion - Dukes of Hazzard: Unseen (DVD, UK) - Cover
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NOTES:
UK DVD Rental version of the Dukes of Hazzard feature film includes Burn It Off by the Blues Explosion from the album Damage on the soundtrack.

The song appears in the movie between 45m 00s – 46m 09s.

Burn It Off had a music video directed by Stylewar and reached number 77 in the UK singles chart.

DVD Features: Outakes / Additional Scenes / Bloops / The Hazards of Dukes: Go Behind The Scenes / How To Launch A Muscle Car 175 Feet in 4 Seconds / The General Lee Lives / Daisy Dukes: The Short Short Shorts / Jessica Simpson – These Boots Are Made For Walkin’ Music Video / Trailer

DETAILS:
Soundtrack credits are as follows:

Executives in charge of music for WB Pictures: Doug Frank, Gary Lemel and Carter Armstrong
Music Supervisor: Nic Harcourt
Music Consultant: Steven Baker
Album Business Affairs: Keith Zajic and Dirk Hebert
Music Administration for WB pictures: Debi Streeter
Mastered by Dave Donnelly at DNA Mastering, Hollywood, CA.

01. Uncle Jesse Tells A Joke

02. Jessica Simpson – These Boots Are Made For Walkin’
Writer: Lee Hazlewood
Published: Criterion Music Corporation (ASCAP)
Producer: Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions Inc.
Executive Producers: Joe Simpson and Jessica Simpson
For JT Entertainment
Keyboards: Jimmy Jam
Background Vocal/Guitar: Willie Nelson
Harmonica: Mickey Raphael
Fiddle: Craig M. Eastman
Banjo: George J. Doering
Keyboards: Big Jim Wright
Programming: Alex Richbourg
Drums: Iz
Guitar: Ian Cross
Recorded by Ian Cross & Steve Chadie
Mixed by Ian Cross & Matt Marrin
Mastered by Vlado Miller at Sony Music Studios, New York, NY
A&R – Ivan Lamberg EMI Music Publishing
A&R Coordinator – Lindsay Goldstein
Willie Nelson appears courtesy of Dreamworks Records Nashville
Contains Samples from ‘These Boots Are Made For Walking’ as performed by Nancy Sinatra courtesy of Boots Enterprises Inc. used by permission.

03. The Allman Brothers Band – One Way Out
Writer: Marshall Sehorn, Elmore James and Sonny-Boy Williamson
Published by Arc Music Corp. (BMI)/Rhinelander Music, Inc. (BMI)
Produced by Tom Dowd
Recorded Live June 27, 1971 at the Fillmore East, New York, New York by special arrangement with Bill Graham
Courtesy of the Island Def Jam Music Group under license from Universal Music Enterprises
(p) 1972 The Island Def Jam Music Group

04. Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble – Pride And Joy
Writer: Stevie Ray Vaughan
Published: Ray Vaughan Music, Inc. (ASCAP) Admin. by Bug Music
Produced: Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble. Richard Mullen
Courtesy of Epic Records
(p) 1983 Sony Music Entertainment

05. Lynyrd Skynyrd – Call Me The Breeze
Writer: John Cale
Published: Johnny Bienstock Music (BMI)
Produced by Al Kooper for Sounds of the South Productions
Courtesy of Geffen Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises
(p) 1974 Geffen Records

06. Charlie Daniels Band – The South’s Gonna Do It Again
Writer: Charlie Daniels
Published: EMI Unart Catalog, Inc. (BMI)
Produced: Paul Hornsby for Don Rubin Productions
Courtesy of Epic Records
(p) 1974 Sony BMG Music Entertainment

07. Molly Hatchet – Flirtin’ With Disaster
Writer: David Alubek, Danny Joe Brown and Banner Thomas
Published: Nister Sunshine Music, Inc. (BMI)
Produced: Tom Werman
Courtesy of Epic Records
(p) 1979 Sony BMG Music Entertainment

08. Montgomery Gentry – Hillbilly Shoes
writer: David Alubek, Danny Joe Brown and Banner Thomas
Published: Nister Sunshine Music, Inc. (BMI)
Produced: Tom Werman
Courtesy of Epic Records
(p) 1979 Sony BMG Music Entertainment

09. Ram Jam – Black Betty
Writer: Huddie Ledbetter
Published: Tro-Folkways Music Publishers, Inc. (ASCAP)
Produced: Kasenetz & Katz
Courtesy of Epic Records
(p) 1977 Sony BMG Music Entertainment

10. Southern Culture On The Skids – Soul City
Writer: Richard Miller
Arranged: Southern Culture on The Skids
Published: Monkey Dog Music (BMI) admin. by Bug Music
Produced: Mark Williams and Southern Culture on The Skids
Courtesy of Geffen Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises
(p) 1995 Geffen Records

11. The Blueskins – Change My Mind
Music: The Blueskins
Words: Ryan Spendlove
Published: EMI Publishing UK Ltd.
Produced: Richard Formby
Courtesy of Domino Recording Co. Ltd.
(p) 2004 Domino Recording Co. Ltd.

12. Blues Explosion – Burn It Off
Writers: Blues Explosion
Published: Dirty Shirt (BMI)
Produced: Steve Jordan
Courtesy of Sanctuary Records Group
(p) 2004 Blues Explosion exclusively licensed to Sanctuary Records Group Inc.

13. The James Gang – Funk #49
Writers: Joe Walsh, Jim Fox and Dale Peters
Published: Home Made Music Co. Admin. by Songs of Universal, Inc. (BMI)
Produced/Engineered: Bill Szymczyk
Courtesy of Geffen Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

14. Willie Nelson – Good Ol’ Boys
Writer: Waylon Jennings
Published: Warner-Tamerlane publishing Corp. o/b/o Rich Wat Music, Inc. (BMI)
Produced: James Stroud
Courtesy of Dreamworks Records Nashville
(p) 2005 Dreamworks Records Nashville

15. Uncle Jesse Tells Another Joke

DETAILS:
ARTWORK: [unknown]

BARCODE: 7321900736657

MATRIX: [unknown]

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