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Hard Workin Man: The Jack Nitzsche Story, Vol. 2


  • 1. Hard Workin' Man - Captain Beefheart/Jack Nitzsche
    2. Surf Finger - Jack Nitzsche
    3. Just Like That - The Robins
    4. I'm Gonna Be Strong - Frankie Laine (Promo Version)
    5. You Just Gotta Know My Mind - Karen Verros
    6. Some of Your Lovin' - Emil O'Connor
    7. Nobody Needs Your Love - Tammy Grimes
    8. It's in His Kiss - Merry Clayton
    9. Don't Put Your Heart in His Hand - Ral Donner
    10. Just Once in My Life - The Righteous Brothers
    11. Teardrops 'Til Dawn - Timi Yuro
    12. Like Someone in Love - Bobby Vee
    13. Baby I'm So Glad It's Raining - The Satisfactions
    14. Blow Your Mind - The Gas Co
    15. Woman in Love (With You) - Donna Loren
    16. As Long as You're Here - Zalman Yanovsky
    17. Man Needs Love, A - Nooney Rickett
    18. Mr Soul - The Everly Brothers
    19. You Know What I Mean - The Turtles
    20. Porpoise Song - The Monkees
    21. I Don't Want to Talk About It - Crazy Horse
    22. I'm the Lonliest Fool - Jack Nitzsche
    23. Don't Touch Me There - The Tubes
    24. Bank Robbery - Miles Davis/John Lee Hooker/Taj Mahal
    25. Break Away - Neville Brothers
    26. Stealin' All Day - C.C. Adcock
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  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    The second volume of collected interviews and recordings by and with the arranger and producer Jack Nitzsche is an invaluable trawl through his considerable three-decade back catalog of projects. It unearths gems like Merry Clayton's (the female voice on the Rolling Stones' "Gimme Shelter") version of "It's in His Kiss," and Nitzsche's own previously unreleased spy-movie type instrumental, "Surf Finger," as well as the Everly Brothers performing Neil Young's "Mr. Soul." Other rarities include the Monkees' recording of Fred Neil's "Porpoise Song," the Tubes' 1970s punk homage to Phil Spector's 1960s Wall of Sound "Don't Touch Me There," and Captain Beefheart lending his ineffable growl to the collection's title track, taken from the movie BLUE COLLAR.

  • Critic Reviews
    Mojo (Publisher) (p.120) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Best Track award is a toss up between The Everly Brothers' dreamy, seductive take on Jack's old roomie's 'Mr. Soul' or the jaw-dropping collaboration between John Lee Hooker, Taj Mahal and Miles Davis..."
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