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Made In America

The Blues Brothers

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Like the Grateful Dead or the Minutemen, the Blues Brothers are a band that, regardless of their own quality, ultimately did more harm than good by influencing an endless stream of horrible imitations. This pet project of John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd featured top session players and had great taste in song selection, but Jake and Elwood also spawned thousands of terrible white R&B cover bands and made possible the soulless House of Blues franchise. Made in America is easily the band's weakest album; Briefcase Full of Blues has a sincere grit and energy and the Blues Brothers original soundtrack is filled with vibrant guest spots from ringers like Aretha Franklin and James Brown. On this third release, however, after the propulsive opening salvo of "Soul Finger" and "Who's Making Love?," everything slows down and the highlights become thin. "Do You Love Me" is clumsy and "I Ain't Got You" is by the numbers. Most of the famous session players from the first two LPs remain as Jake and Elwood's crack backup band. Bassist Donald "Duck" Dunn and guitarist Steve Cropper from Booker T. & the MG's are still the soul of the Blues Brothers, and Matt "Guitar" Murphy rips out a mean solo once in a while. Of course, this remains musical director Paul Schaffer's baby, so nothing gets too raw. "Who's Making Love?" was the hit single, a rousing version of Johnnie Taylor's 1968 R&B smash that is as good as it gets musically on Made in America. As for the stars of the show, Aykroyd's stage raps are usually hilarious, a deadpan mix of jingoistic politics and junkie hep-talk, but Randy Newman's depressing torch song "Guilty" is harrowing in Belushi's hands, as the theme of self-destruction is all too appropriate for his life at the time. It's eerie to hear the audience cheer him on after a line like, "Got some whiskey from a bar/Got some cocaine from my friends." Made in America was the last official Blues Brothers release before Belushi's 1982 death, but Aykroyd saw fit to resurrect the band 15 years later with Jim Belushi and John Goodman vainly trying to fill the real Jake's big shoes. ~ Fred Beldin

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1
Soul Finger (Including Funky Broadway) 00:01:42

Ben Cauley, Writer - Carl Cunningham, Writer - Ronnie Caldwell, Writer - Joe Gastwirt, Remixer - The Blues Brothers, MainArtist - Bob Tischler, Mixer - Elwood Blues, Backing Vocals, Harmonica - Jay Krugman, Assistant Engineer - Joliet Jake Blues, Vocals - STEVE JORDAN, Backing Vocals - STEVE MARCANTONIO, Engineer - Tom Malone, Arranger, Backing Vocals - Donald 'Duck' Dunn, Bass Guitar - Tom Scott, Arranger, Backing Vocals - JIM SCOTT, Engineer - James Alexander, Writer - Phalon Jones, Writer - Al Rubin, Backing Vocals - Alan " Mr Fabulous" Rubin, Trumpet - Lou "Blue Lou" Marini, Tenor Saxophone - Lou Marini, Backing Vocals - Matt "Guitar" Murphy, Guitar - Paul "The Shiv" Shaffer, Organ, Electric Piano - Paul Shaffer, Backing Vocals - STEVE "The Colonel" Cropper, Guitar - Steve "Getdwa" Jordan, Drums - Tom "Bones" Malone, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet - Tom "Triple Scale" Scott, Tenor Saxophone - Warren Dewey, Engineer - Mark Eshelman, Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Engineer - Dave Thoener, Engineer - Jimmy Sandweiss, Engineer - Jimmy King, Writer - Murphy "Murph" Dunne, Electric Piano - Tom "Jazzman" Scott, Tenor Saxophone

1990 Atlantic Records 1978 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States

2
Who's Making Love 00:03:31

Raymond Jackson, Writer - Don Davis, Writer - Joe Gastwirt, Remixer - The Blues Brothers, MainArtist - Bob Tischler, Mixer - Elwood Blues, Backing Vocals, Harmonica - Jay Krugman, Assistant Engineer - Joliet Jake Blues, Vocals - STEVE JORDAN, Backing Vocals - STEVE MARCANTONIO, Engineer - Tom Malone, Arranger, Backing Vocals - Donald 'Duck' Dunn, Bass Guitar - Tom Scott, Arranger, Backing Vocals - JIM SCOTT, Engineer - Al Rubin, Backing Vocals - Alan " Mr Fabulous" Rubin, Trumpet - Lou "Blue Lou" Marini, Tenor Saxophone - Lou Marini, Backing Vocals - Matt "Guitar" Murphy, Guitar - Paul "The Shiv" Shaffer, Organ, Electric Piano - Paul Shaffer, Backing Vocals - STEVE "The Colonel" Cropper, Guitar - Steve "Getdwa" Jordan, Drums - Tom "Bones" Malone, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet - Tom "Triple Scale" Scott, Tenor Saxophone - Warren Dewey, Engineer - Mark Eshelman, Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Engineer - Dave Thoener, Engineer - Homer Banks, Writer - Bettye Crutcher, Writer - Jimmy Sandweiss, Engineer - Jimmy King, Writer - Murphy "Murph" Dunne, Electric Piano - Tom "Jazzman" Scott, Tenor Saxophone

1990 Atlantic Records 1978 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States

3
Do You Love Me: Mother Popcorn (You Got to Have a Mother for Me) 00:02:54

Berry Gordy Jr., Writer - Joe Gastwirt, Remixer - JAMES BROWN, Writer - The Blues Brothers, MainArtist - Bob Tischler, Mixer - Elwood Blues, Backing Vocals, Harmonica - Jay Krugman, Assistant Engineer - Joliet Jake Blues, Vocals - STEVE JORDAN, Backing Vocals - STEVE MARCANTONIO, Engineer - Tom Malone, Arranger, Backing Vocals - Donald 'Duck' Dunn, Bass Guitar - Tom Scott, Arranger, Backing Vocals - JIM SCOTT, Engineer - Al Rubin, Backing Vocals - Alan " Mr Fabulous" Rubin, Trumpet - Lou "Blue Lou" Marini, Tenor Saxophone - Lou Marini, Backing Vocals - Matt "Guitar" Murphy, Guitar - Paul "The Shiv" Shaffer, Organ, Electric Piano - Paul Shaffer, Backing Vocals - STEVE "The Colonel" Cropper, Guitar - Steve "Getdwa" Jordan, Drums - Tom "Bones" Malone, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet - Tom "Triple Scale" Scott, Tenor Saxophone - Warren Dewey, Engineer - Mark Eshelman, Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Engineer - Dave Thoener, Engineer - Alfred Ellis, Writer - Jimmy Sandweiss, Engineer - Murphy "Murph" Dunne, Electric Piano - Tom "Jazzman" Scott, Tenor Saxophone

1990 Atlantic Records 1978 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States

4
Guilty 00:03:40

Randy Newman, Writer - Joe Gastwirt, Remixer - The Blues Brothers, MainArtist - Bob Tischler, Mixer - Elwood Blues, Backing Vocals, Harmonica - Jay Krugman, Assistant Engineer - Joliet Jake Blues, Vocals - STEVE JORDAN, Backing Vocals - STEVE MARCANTONIO, Engineer - Tom Malone, Arranger, Backing Vocals - Donald 'Duck' Dunn, Bass Guitar - Tom Scott, Arranger, Backing Vocals - JIM SCOTT, Engineer - Al Rubin, Backing Vocals - Alan " Mr Fabulous" Rubin, Trumpet - Lou "Blue Lou" Marini, Tenor Saxophone - Lou Marini, Backing Vocals - Matt "Guitar" Murphy, Guitar - Paul "The Shiv" Shaffer, Organ, Electric Piano - Paul Shaffer, Backing Vocals - STEVE "The Colonel" Cropper, Guitar - Steve "Getdwa" Jordan, Drums - Tom "Bones" Malone, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet - Tom "Triple Scale" Scott, Tenor Saxophone - Warren Dewey, Engineer - Mark Eshelman, Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Engineer - Dave Thoener, Engineer - Jimmy Sandweiss, Engineer - Murphy "Murph" Dunne, Electric Piano - Tom "Jazzman" Scott, Tenor Saxophone

1990 Atlantic Records 1978 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States

5
Perry Mason Theme 00:02:04

Joe Gastwirt, Remixer - The Blues Brothers, MainArtist - Bob Tischler, Mixer - Elwood Blues, Backing Vocals, Harmonica - Jay Krugman, Assistant Engineer - Joliet Jake Blues, Vocals - STEVE JORDAN, Backing Vocals - STEVE MARCANTONIO, Engineer - Tom Malone, Arranger, Backing Vocals - Donald 'Duck' Dunn, Bass Guitar - Tom Scott, Arranger, Backing Vocals - JIM SCOTT, Engineer - Al Rubin, Backing Vocals - Alan " Mr Fabulous" Rubin, Trumpet - Lou "Blue Lou" Marini, Tenor Saxophone - Lou Marini, Backing Vocals - Matt "Guitar" Murphy, Guitar - Paul "The Shiv" Shaffer, Organ, Electric Piano - Paul Shaffer, Backing Vocals - STEVE "The Colonel" Cropper, Guitar - Steve "Getdwa" Jordan, Drums - Tom "Bones" Malone, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet - Tom "Triple Scale" Scott, Tenor Saxophone - Warren Dewey, Engineer - Mark Eshelman, Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Engineer - Dave Thoener, Engineer - Fred Steiner, Writer - Jimmy Sandweiss, Engineer - Murphy "Murph" Dunne, Electric Piano - Tom "Jazzman" Scott, Tenor Saxophone

1990 Atlantic Records 1978 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States

6
Riot in Cell Block Number Nine 00:03:25

Joe Gastwirt, Remixer - Jerry Leiber, Writer - Mike Stoller, Writer - The Blues Brothers, MainArtist - Bob Tischler, Mixer - Elwood Blues, Backing Vocals, Harmonica - Jay Krugman, Assistant Engineer - Joliet Jake Blues, Vocals - STEVE JORDAN, Backing Vocals - STEVE MARCANTONIO, Engineer - Tom Malone, Arranger, Backing Vocals - Donald 'Duck' Dunn, Bass Guitar - Tom Scott, Arranger, Backing Vocals - JIM SCOTT, Engineer - Al Rubin, Backing Vocals - Alan " Mr Fabulous" Rubin, Trumpet - Lou "Blue Lou" Marini, Tenor Saxophone - Lou Marini, Backing Vocals - Matt "Guitar" Murphy, Guitar - Paul "The Shiv" Shaffer, Organ, Electric Piano - Paul Shaffer, Backing Vocals - STEVE "The Colonel" Cropper, Guitar - Steve "Getdwa" Jordan, Drums - Tom "Bones" Malone, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet - Tom "Triple Scale" Scott, Tenor Saxophone - Warren Dewey, Engineer - Mark Eshelman, Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Engineer - Dave Thoener, Engineer - Jimmy Sandweiss, Engineer - Murphy "Murph" Dunne, Electric Piano - Tom "Jazzman" Scott, Tenor Saxophone

1990 Atlantic Records 1978 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States

7
Green Onions 00:05:47

Booker T. Jones, Writer - al jackson jr., Writer - Joe Gastwirt, Remixer - The Blues Brothers, MainArtist - Bob Tischler, Mixer - Elwood Blues, Backing Vocals, Harmonica - Jay Krugman, Assistant Engineer - Joliet Jake Blues, Vocals - STEVE JORDAN, Backing Vocals - STEVE MARCANTONIO, Engineer - Tom Malone, Backing Vocals - Donald 'Duck' Dunn, Bass Guitar - Steve Cropper, Writer - Tom Scott, Backing Vocals - Lewie Steinberg, Writer - JIM SCOTT, Engineer - Al Rubin, Backing Vocals - Alan " Mr Fabulous" Rubin, Trumpet - Lou "Blue Lou" Marini, Tenor Saxophone - Lou Marini, Backing Vocals - Matt "Guitar" Murphy, Guitar - Paul "The Shiv" Shaffer, Organ, Electric Piano - Paul Shaffer, Backing Vocals - STEVE "The Colonel" Cropper, Guitar - Steve "Getdwa" Jordan, Drums - Tom "Bones" Malone, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet - Tom "Triple Scale" Scott, Tenor Saxophone - Warren Dewey, Engineer - Mark Eshelman, Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Engineer - Dave Thoener, Engineer - Jimmy Sandweiss, Engineer - Murphy "Murph" Dunne, Electric Piano - Tom "Jazzman" Scott, Tenor Saxophone

1990 Atlantic Records 1978 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States

8
I Ain't Got You 00:02:44

Calvin Carter, Writer - Joe Gastwirt, Remixer - The Blues Brothers, MainArtist - Bob Tischler, Mixer - Elwood Blues, Backing Vocals, Harmonica - Jay Krugman, Assistant Engineer - Joliet Jake Blues, Vocals - STEVE JORDAN, Backing Vocals - STEVE MARCANTONIO, Engineer - Tom Malone, Arranger, Backing Vocals - Donald 'Duck' Dunn, Bass Guitar - Tom Scott, Arranger, Backing Vocals - JIM SCOTT, Engineer - Al Rubin, Backing Vocals - Alan " Mr Fabulous" Rubin, Trumpet - Lou "Blue Lou" Marini, Tenor Saxophone - Lou Marini, Backing Vocals - Matt "Guitar" Murphy, Guitar - Paul "The Shiv" Shaffer, Organ, Electric Piano - Paul Shaffer, Backing Vocals - STEVE "The Colonel" Cropper, Guitar - Steve "Getdwa" Jordan, Drums - Tom "Bones" Malone, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet - Tom "Triple Scale" Scott, Tenor Saxophone - Warren Dewey, Engineer - Mark Eshelman, Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Engineer - Dave Thoener, Engineer - Jimmy Sandweiss, Engineer - Murphy "Murph" Dunne, Electric Piano - Tom "Jazzman" Scott, Tenor Saxophone

1990 Atlantic Records 1978 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States

9
From the Bottom 00:03:25

Joe Gastwirt, Remixer - The Blues Brothers, MainArtist - Bob Tischler, Mixer - Elwood Blues, Backing Vocals, Harmonica - Jay Krugman, Assistant Engineer - Joliet Jake Blues, Vocals - STEVE JORDAN, Backing Vocals - STEVE MARCANTONIO, Engineer - Tom Malone, Arranger, Backing Vocals - Donald 'Duck' Dunn, Bass Guitar - Tom Scott, Arranger, Backing Vocals - JIM SCOTT, Engineer - Sonny Boy Williamson, Writer - Al Rubin, Backing Vocals - Alan " Mr Fabulous" Rubin, Trumpet - Lou "Blue Lou" Marini, Tenor Saxophone - Lou Marini, Backing Vocals - Matt "Guitar" Murphy, Guitar - Paul "The Shiv" Shaffer, Organ, Electric Piano - Paul Shaffer, Backing Vocals - STEVE "The Colonel" Cropper, Guitar - Steve "Getdwa" Jordan, Drums - Tom "Bones" Malone, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet - Tom "Triple Scale" Scott, Tenor Saxophone - Warren Dewey, Engineer - Mark Eshelman, Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Engineer - Dave Thoener, Engineer - Jimmy Sandweiss, Engineer - Murphy "Murph" Dunne, Electric Piano - Tom "Jazzman" Scott, Tenor Saxophone

1990 Atlantic Records 1978 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States

10
Going Back to Miami 00:04:00

Wayne Cochran, Writer - Joe Gastwirt, Remixer - The Blues Brothers, MainArtist - Bob Tischler, Mixer - Elwood Blues, Backing Vocals, Harmonica - Jay Krugman, Assistant Engineer - Joliet Jake Blues, Vocals - STEVE JORDAN, Backing Vocals - STEVE MARCANTONIO, Engineer - Tom Malone, Arranger, Backing Vocals - Donald 'Duck' Dunn, Bass Guitar - Tom Scott, Arranger, Backing Vocals - JIM SCOTT, Engineer - Al Rubin, Backing Vocals - Alan " Mr Fabulous" Rubin, Trumpet - Lou "Blue Lou" Marini, Tenor Saxophone - Lou Marini, Backing Vocals - Matt "Guitar" Murphy, Guitar - Paul "The Shiv" Shaffer, Organ, Electric Piano - Paul Shaffer, Backing Vocals - STEVE "The Colonel" Cropper, Guitar - Steve "Getdwa" Jordan, Drums - Tom "Bones" Malone, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet - Tom "Triple Scale" Scott, Tenor Saxophone - Warren Dewey, Engineer - Mark Eshelman, Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Engineer - Dave Thoener, Engineer - Jimmy Sandweiss, Engineer - Murphy "Murph" Dunne, Electric Piano - Tom "Jazzman" Scott, Tenor Saxophone

1990 Atlantic Records 1978 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States

Albumbeschreibung

Like the Grateful Dead or the Minutemen, the Blues Brothers are a band that, regardless of their own quality, ultimately did more harm than good by influencing an endless stream of horrible imitations. This pet project of John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd featured top session players and had great taste in song selection, but Jake and Elwood also spawned thousands of terrible white R&B cover bands and made possible the soulless House of Blues franchise. Made in America is easily the band's weakest album; Briefcase Full of Blues has a sincere grit and energy and the Blues Brothers original soundtrack is filled with vibrant guest spots from ringers like Aretha Franklin and James Brown. On this third release, however, after the propulsive opening salvo of "Soul Finger" and "Who's Making Love?," everything slows down and the highlights become thin. "Do You Love Me" is clumsy and "I Ain't Got You" is by the numbers. Most of the famous session players from the first two LPs remain as Jake and Elwood's crack backup band. Bassist Donald "Duck" Dunn and guitarist Steve Cropper from Booker T. & the MG's are still the soul of the Blues Brothers, and Matt "Guitar" Murphy rips out a mean solo once in a while. Of course, this remains musical director Paul Schaffer's baby, so nothing gets too raw. "Who's Making Love?" was the hit single, a rousing version of Johnnie Taylor's 1968 R&B smash that is as good as it gets musically on Made in America. As for the stars of the show, Aykroyd's stage raps are usually hilarious, a deadpan mix of jingoistic politics and junkie hep-talk, but Randy Newman's depressing torch song "Guilty" is harrowing in Belushi's hands, as the theme of self-destruction is all too appropriate for his life at the time. It's eerie to hear the audience cheer him on after a line like, "Got some whiskey from a bar/Got some cocaine from my friends." Made in America was the last official Blues Brothers release before Belushi's 1982 death, but Aykroyd saw fit to resurrect the band 15 years later with Jim Belushi and John Goodman vainly trying to fill the real Jake's big shoes. ~ Fred Beldin

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