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The Fever: The Remastered Epic Recordings

The Fever: The Remastered Epic Recordings by Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes buy album

Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes

Label: Real Gone Music
Released: 2017
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Track Listing

CD 1: I Don't Want to Go Home; Got to Get You off My Mind; How Come You Treat Me So Bad; The Fever; Broke Down Piece of Man; Sweeter Than Honey; Fanny Mae; It Ain't the Meat (It's the Motion); I Choose to Sing the Blues; You Mean So Much to Me; Havin' a Party; This Time It's for Real; Without Love; Check Mr. Popeye; First Night; She Got Me Where She Wants Me; Some Things Just Don't Change; Little Girl So Fine; I Ain't Got the Fever No More; Love on the Wrong Side of Town; When You Dance. CD 2: Got to Get You off My Mind; Without Love; Searchin'; Sweeter Than Honey; Snatchin' It Back; Little by Little; It Ain't the Meat (It's the Motion); The Fever; Havin' a Party; You Mean So Much to Me; Got to Be a Better Way Home; This Time Baby's Gone for Good; I Played the Fool; Hearts of Stone; Take It Inside; Talk to Me; Next to You; Trapped Again; Light Don't Shine.

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Southside Johnny: lead vocals, harmonica; Billy Rush: lead guitar, rhythm guitar; Kevin Kavanaugh: keyboards; Alan Berger: bass; Kenny 'Popeye' Pentifallo: drums, tambourine, vocals (track fourteen, CD 1); Max Weinberg :drums (tracks eleven through nineteen, CD 2); Steven Van Zandt: vocals, rhythm guitar (lead guitar on track fourteen, CD 2); The Miami Horns -Bob Muckli: trumpet; Rick Gazda: trumpet: Stan Harrison: tenor saxophone; Richie "La Bamba" Rosenberg: trombone; Eddie Manion: baritone saxophone; Deacon Earl Gardner -trumpet, witness; Louie 'The Lover' Parent: trombone; Bill Zacagni: baritone saxophone; Richie Rosenberg: trombone, vocals; Tony Palligros: trumpet, vocals; Carlo Novi: tenor saxophone, vocals; Ernest 'Boom' Carter -conga, tympani; Bobby Malach: tenor sax (track twenty, CD 1); Sugar's Strings -Joe Parent: conductor; Florence Rosenwig -violin; Marion Head -violin; David Madison: violin; Chock Parke: violin; Barbara Sonies: violin; Diane Barnets: violin; Nardo Poy: viola; Pete Rosato: viola; Davis Barnett: viola; Strings: Charles Parker: violin; Robert Zelnick: violin; Naomi Anner: violin; Cathy Tait: violin; Nardo Poy: viola; Ken Dreyfus: viola; The Drifters -background vocals (track eighteen, CD 1): Charlie Thomas; Doe Greene; Ellsbury Hobbs; Don Thomas; The Coasters -background vocals (track fourteen, CD 1): Carl Gardner; Earl Carroll; Jimmy Norman; Ronnie Bright; Clarence Clemons (credited as Selmon T. Sachs): bass vocals (track four, CD 1); Lee Dorsey: duet vocals (track three, CD 1); Ronnie Spector: duet vocals (track ten, CD 1)); The Satins -background vocals (track fifteen, CD 1) : Fred Parris ; Richard Freeman; James Curtis; Nate Marshall; Revelation -background vocals (track four, CD1): Arnold McCuller; Arthur Freeman; Phillip Ballou; Benny Diggs.


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