BLUES BROTHERS 2000 (soundtrack)

Blues Brothers 2000 (soundtrack)

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Soundtrack album by The Blues Brothers
Released February 3, 1998
Recorded 1997
Genre Blues, blues rock, blue-eyed soul
Length 60:29
Label Uptown/Universal
Producer Paul Shaffer

Blues Brothers 2000: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the third studio album by The Blues Brothers, their twelfth release, overall. It is a soundtrack album to the 1998 film, Blues Brothers 2000, the sequel to the 1980 film, The Blues Brothers. In addition to tracks by the Blues Brothers Band and guest artists such as Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Eddie Floyd and Wilson Pickett, there are songs by the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Blues Traveler as well as an all-star blues supergroup, the Louisiana Gator Boys, featuring B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Bo Diddley, Charlie Musselwhite, Doctor John, Lou Rawls, Koko Taylor, Isaac Hayes, Billy Preston and other artists.

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Artist Length

1. “Born in Chicago” Nick Gravenites Paul Butterfield Blues Band 3:05
2. “The Blues Don’t Bother Me” Murphy Matt “Guitar” Murphy 3:32
3. “Harmonica Musings” Popper John Popper 0:32
4. “Cheaper to Keep Her” Mack Rice Elwood Blues, Lonnie Brooks and Junior Wells 3:13
5. “Perry Mason Theme” Fred Steiner Blues Brothers 2:29
6. “Looking for a Fox” Clarence Carter/Marcus Daniel/Rick Hall/Wilbur Terrell Blues Brothers 2:46
7. “I Can’t Turn You Loose” Otis Redding Blues Brothers 2:24
8. “Respect” Redding Aretha Franklin and the Blues Brothers 3:00
9. “634-5789 (Soulsville, U.S.A.)” Steve Cropper/Eddie Floyd Eddie Floyd, Wilson Pickett, Jonny Lang and the Blues Brothers 3:29
10. “Maybe I’m Wrong” Popper Blues Traveler 5:33
11. “Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend” Stan Jones Blues Brothers 3:10
12. “John the Revelator” Son House Taj Mahal, Sam Moore and Cab Blues 3:53
13. “Let There Be Drums” Sandy Nelson/Richard Podolor Carl LaFong Trio 1:14
14. “Season of the Witch” Donovan Leitch Dr. John and The Blues Brothers 5:09
15. “Funky Nassau” Tyrone Fitzgerald/Raphael Munnings Queen Mousette, Cab Blues, Elwood Blues, Mighty Mack and The Blues Brothers 4:11
16. “How Blue Can You Get?” Jane Feather The Louisiana Gator Boys 5:18
17. “Turn On Your Love Light” Deadric Malone/Joe Scott Blues Brothers 3:30
18. “New Orleans” Frank Guida/Joseph Royster The Louisiana Gator Boys and the Blues Brothers 4:01


“Mighty” Mack McTeer – vocals
Buster Blues – vocals
Cab Blues – vocals
Elwood J. Blues – vocals, blues harp
Steve “the Colonel” Cropper – guitar
Matt “Guitar” Murphy – lead guitar
Donald “Duck” Dunn – bass
“Blue” Lou Marini – alt, tenor and baritone saxophone
Alan “Mr. Fabulous” Rubin – trumpet
Tom “Bones” Malone – trombone, alto, tenor and baritone saxophone
Birch “Crimson Slide” Johnson – trombone
Paul “The Shiv” Shaffer – keyboards, producer
Leon “The Lion” Pendarvis – keyboards
Murphy Dunne – keyboards
Anton Fig – drums
Steve Potts – drums
Willie Hall – drums
John Popper – harmonica