V/A feat. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Unconditional Guaranteed 8 (CD, UK)

September 1999 Uncut UNCUT UG-9 15
01. Douglas September – Lady And I
02. Kelly Joe Phelps – River Rat Jimmy
03. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Bacon
04. Pulp – My Legendary Girlfriend
05. Richard Thompson – Dry My Tears And Move On
06. Blondie – Sunday Girl
07. Delfonics – Ready Or Not Hear I Come
08. Witness – Freezing Over Morning
09. Eddie Cochran – Cut Across Shorty
10. Joy Division – Wilderness
11. Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham
– The Dark End Of The Street
12. Dolly Parton – Jolene
13. The Ramones – Sheena is a Punk Rocker
14. Charlie Parker with The Errol Garner Trio
– Cool Blues
15. Scott 4 – Hello Doctor
16. Teenage Fanclub – The Concept
17. Robert De Niro/Liza Minelli – Blue Moon
18. Kim Fowley – Is America Dead?
VIEW:
NOTES:
Cover-mount CD given away with Uncut Magazine issued in regular album case with black tray.

Includes ‘Bacon’ by The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion which was originally released in the UK as a B-Side to Magical Colors.

SONG CREDITS:
Compiled: Roy Carr & Allan Jones
The Enforcers: Robin Allan and Mick Meikleham
This compilation (p) & © 1999 Uncut Magazine/IPC Magazines Ltd.

01. Douglas September – Lady And I
Writer: September
Published: Big Pond Publishing
Produced: Michael Shrieve
(p) & © 1999 Gold Circle Entertainments Inc.
Taken from the album Ten Bulls (Gold Circle)

02. Kelly Joe Phelps – River Rat Jimmy
Writer: Phelps
Published: Pilgrim’s Way Publishing
Produced: Kelly Joe Phelps
Licensed courtesy of Rykodisc
(p) 1999 Rykodisc
Taken from the album Shine Eyed Mister Zen (Rykodisc)

03. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Bacon
Writers: Spencer/Explosion
Published: Dirty Shirt (BMI)
Produced: Jon Spencer
Recorded: Suz Dyer
Mixed with Nick Sansano and by Chris Shaw
Violin: Ralph Farris and Krysztof Witek
Cello: Garo Yellin
String Arrangement: Kurt Hoffman
(p) 1999 JSBX under exclusive license to Mute Records Ltd.
Taken from the album Acme Plus (Mute)

04. Pulp – My Legendary Girlfriend
Writers: Pulp
Published: Twist And Shout Music
Produced: Alan Smyth &Pulp
(p) & © 1999 Cooking Vinyl under exclusive license from Twist And Shout Ltd
Taken from the limited edition 4-CD box set PULPED 83-92 (Cooking Vinyl)

05. Richard Thompson – Dry My Tears and Move On
Writer: Thompson
Published: Bug Music
Produced/Engineered: Tom Rothrock & Rob Schnapf
(p) & © 1999 Capitol Records Inc.
Taken from the album Mock Tudor (Capitol)

06. Blondie – Sunday Girl
Writer: Stein
Published: Chrysalis Music/Monster Island Music
Recorded: Live In Dallas, Texas 1980
(p) & © 1999 EMI Records Ltd.
Taken from the album Blondie Live: Philadelphia 1978 & Dallas 1980 (EMI)

07. Delfonics – Ready or Not Hear I Come
Writers: Bell/Hart
Published: The International Music Network Ltd./Warner Chappell Music Ltd.
Produced: Stan Watson (for Philly Groove Records)
(p) & © 1969 Arista Records
(p) 1997 Arista Records Inc. © 1999 BMG Entertainments International UK & Ireland Ltd The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Arista Records
Taken from the album The Delphonics Definitive Collection (Camden)

08. Witness – Freezing Over Morning
Writers: Witness/Hart
Published: Island Music Ltd.
Produced/Mixed: Phil Vinall
Programmer: Phelan Kane
(p) & © 1999 Universal-Island Records Ltd
A Universal Music Company
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Universal Island Records Ltd.
Taken from the album Before The Calm (Island)

09. Eddie Cochran – Cut Across Shortly
Writers: Wilkin/Walker
Published: MCPS/Polgram Music Publishing Ltd.
Produced: Sy Waronker & Tommy ‘Snuff’ Garrett
(p) & © 1960 Capitol Records Inc.
Taken from the album Eddie Cochran: Legends Of The 20th Century Series (EMI)

10. Joy Division – Wilderness
Writers: Curtis/Sumner/Morris/Hook
Published: Zomba Publishing/Fractured Music
Recorded at The Warehouse, Preston
(p) 1999 NMC under licence from Joy Division © 1999 NMC
Taken from the album Preston 28 February 1980 (Factory)

11. Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham – The Dark End of the Street
Writers: Penn/Moman
Published: Screen Gems Inc
Produced: Neil Brockband & Bobby Irwin
(p) & © 1999 Bluefive Productions
Taken from the album Moments From This Theatre: Dan Penn & Spooner Oldham Live (Proper)

12. Dolly Parton – Jolene
Writer: Parton
Published: Carlin Music Corp
Produced: Bob Ferguson
(p) & © 1982 BMG Entertainments International UK & Ireland Ltd
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by BMG Entertainments
Taken from the album Dolly Parton Love Songs (Camden)

13. The Ramones – Sheena is a Punk Rocker
Writers: Ramones
Published: Copyright Control
Produced: Tony Bongiovia & T. Ederly
(p) & © 1999 Warner Bros Records Inc and Rhino Entertainment Company
Taken from the double-CD Hey! Ho! Let’s Go! – The Ramones Anthology (Rhino. esp)

14. Charlie Parker with The Errol Garner Trio – Cool Blues
Writer: Parker
Published: MCA Music Ltd
Produced: Ross Russell
Note: While the recordings Charlie Parker made for the Dial label are now in the public domain, and scattered over various labels, it should be noted that for overall sound quality and presentation the following should be considered above all others: The Complete Dial Sessions four-CD set (Spotlite) and the 26-track single disc Charlie Parker: In A Soulful Mood (Music Club)

15. Scott 4 – Hello Doctor
Writer: Blixen
Published: One Up One Down Ltd/V2 Publishing Ltd
Produced: Scott 4
(p) & © 1999 V2 Music Limited
Taken from the album Works Project LP (Folk Archive/V2)

16. Teenage Fanclub – The Concept
Writers: Blake/McGinle/Love/O’Hare
Published: Polygram Music Publishihng Ltd
Produced: Don Fleming, Paul Chisholm & Teenage Fanclub
(p) & © 1991 Creation Records
Taken from the album Bandwagonesque (Creation)

17. Robert De Niro/Liza Minelli – Blue Moon
Writers: Rogers/Hart
Published: EMI-Robbins
From the soundtrack of New York, New York
(p) 1977 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Blue Note, a division of Capitol Records Inc
(p) & © 1999 EMI Records Ltd
Taken from the double-CD Jazz On Cinema (EMI)

16. Kim Fowley – Is America Dead?
Writer: Fowley
Published: Copyright Control
All Vocals/Instruments: Kim Fowley
Arranged/Engineered/Produced: Kim Fowley
(p) 1974 Skydog International
Taken from the album Animal God Of The Streets (Jungle)

SLEEVE NOTES:
“Thanxs: John Andrews, Stuart Batsford, Michael ‘Boner’ Bonner, Rebecca Boulton, Chris Carr, Andy Childs, Shaun Connon, Steve Davis, Ritch Deeney, Steve Hammonds, Emma Harper, Alan Hauser, Sue Lacey, Martin Lane, Paul Lester, John McGrath, Rob Partridge, Jeremy Paterson, Simon Quance, John Reed, Carlton Sandercock-Rout, Beccy Ryan, Bruce Sandell, Andy Saunders, Mal Smith, Sophie Watson-Smyth, Andy Street, Tim Vigon and Anthony H Wilson

THIS ONE IS FOR SCREAMING LORD SUTCH”

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ARTWORK:
Design: Norman McLeod & Eddie Greninan

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