Raney '81 Album

Artist(s): Jimmy Raney

Tracklist


12" Vinyl 1
  • 1. What Is This Thing Called Love
    length: 5:41
    producer: Gerry Teekens
    recording engineer: Jan Kranendonk
    bass: Jesper Lundgaard
    guitar: Doug Raney and Jimmy Raney
    performer: Jimmy Raney Quartet
    drums (drum set): Eric Ineke
    composer: Cole Porter
    lyricist: Cole Porter
  • 2. This Is New
    length: 6:03
    producer: Gerry Teekens
    recording engineer: Jan Kranendonk
    bass: Jesper Lundgaard
    guitar: Doug Raney and Jimmy Raney
    performer: Jimmy Raney Quartet
    drums (drum set): Eric Ineke
    composer: Kurt Weill
    lyricist: Ira Gershwin
  • 3. My Shining Hour
    length: 4:56
    producer: Gerry Teekens
    recording engineer: Jan Kranendonk
    bass: Jesper Lundgaard
    guitar: Doug Raney and Jimmy Raney
    performer: Jimmy Raney Quartet
    drums (drum set): Eric Ineke
    composer: Harold Arlen
    lyricist: Johnny Mercer
  • 4. Peri's Scope
    length: 5:17
    producer: Gerry Teekens
    recording engineer: Jan Kranendonk
    bass: Jesper Lundgaard
    guitar: Doug Raney and Jimmy Raney
    performer: Jimmy Raney Quartet
    drums (drum set): Eric Ineke
    composer: Bill Evans
  • 5 Sweet and Lovely
    length: 6:30
    producer: Gerry Teekens
    recording engineer: Jan Kranendonk
    bass: Jesper Lundgaard
    guitar: Doug Raney and Jimmy Raney
    performer: Jimmy Raney Quartet
    drums (drum set): Eric Ineke
    composer: Gus Arnheim, Neil Moret
    lyricist: Harry Tobias
  • 6. Chewish Chive and English Brick
    length: 4:50
    producer: Gerry Teekens
    recording engineer: Jan Kranendonk
    bass: Jesper Lundgaard
    guitar: Doug Raney and Jimmy Raney
    performer: Jimmy Raney Quartet
    drums (drum set): Eric Ineke
  • 7. If I Should Lose You
    length: 6:41
    producer: Gerry Teekens
    recording engineer: Jan Kranendonk
    bass: Jesper Lundgaard
    guitar: Doug Raney and Jimmy Raney
    performer: Jimmy Raney Quartet
    drums (drum set): Eric Ineke
    composer: Ralph Rainger
    lyricist: Leo Robin