The wire “…and all the pieces matter.”

:)


Download 66.51 Kb.
Date conversion05.05.2018
Size66.51 Kb.
THE WIRE

“…and all the pieces matter.”

FIVE YEARS OF MUSIC FROM THE WIRE

1. “This America, man.” (0:24)

2. Way Down in the Hole * The Blind Boys of Alabama (2:54)

3. “Why would anyone ever wanna leave Baltimore?” (0:21)

4. Oh My God * Michael Franti & Spearhead (5:05)

5. Dance My Pain Away * Rod Lee (2:07)

6. My Life Extra * DJ Technics (1:17)

7. “The king stay the king.” (0:48)

8. Way Down in the Hole * The Neville Brothers (1:36)

9. “We used to make shit in this country.” (0:15)

10. Sixteen Tons * The Nighthawks (3:36)

11. Assume the Position * Lafayette Gilchrist (2:42)

12. “What the fuck did I do?” (0:12)

13. Step by Step * Jesse Winchester (2:56)

14. I Walk on Gilded Splinters * Paul Weller (4:58)

15. Fast Train * Solomon Burke (5:37)



  1. The Body of an American * The Pogues (4:45)

  2. “All the pieces matter.” (0:08)

18. Efuge Efuge * Stelios Kazantzidis (3:32)

19. “Omar comin’!” (0:40)



  1. Way Down in the Hole * DoMaJe (1:43)

  2. “If it’s a lie, then we fight on that lie.” (0:22)
  3. Projects * Tyree Colion (3:26)


  4. “Later for that gangsta bullshit.” (0:38)

  5. Ayo * Bossman (3:20)

  6. Analyze * Sharpshooters (2:44)

  7. “Wars end.” (0:20)

  8. Unfriendly Game * Masta Ace feat. Stricklin (3:52)

  9. What You Know About Baltimore * Ogun feat. Phathead (3:16)

  10. Jail Flick * Diablo (3:38)

  11. The Life, The Hood, The Streetz * Mullyman (3:47)

  12. “An act of daily journalism.” (0:07)

  13. I Feel Alright * Steve Earle (2:58)

  14. Way Down in the Hole * Tom Waits (1:45)

  15. “You remember that one summer day past?” (0:41)

  16. The Fall * Blake Leyh (1:24)

Executive Producer: David Simon

Producers:   Karen L. Thorson

Blake Leyh

For Nonesuch Records:


Executive Producer: David Bither

Production Supervisor: Karina Beznicki

Production Manager: Eli Cane

Editorial Coordinator: Ronen Givony


This compilation mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, New York City
Design by Sequel Studio, New York
THE WIRE

Beyond Hamsterdam

BALTIMORE TRACKS FROM THE WIRE

1. Way Down in the Hole * DoMaJe (1:50)

2. Projects * Tyree Colion (4:27)

3. Dance My Pain Away * Rod Lee (2:52)

4. My Life Extra * DJ Technics (2:50)

5. What You Know About Baltimore * Ogun feat. Phathead (4:00)

6. Jail Flick * Diablo (3:51)

7. When You See Us * The Get ‘em Mamis feat. L. Cash (4:05)

8. That’s Da Sound * Dirty Hartz feat. Verb (4:09)

9. Ayo * Bossman (3:56)

10. The Life, The Hood, The Streetz * Mullyman (4:43)

11. Assume the Position * Lafayette Gilchrist (6:32)

Executive Producer: David Simon

Producers:   Blake Leyh

Karen L. Thorson

For Nonesuch Records:

Executive Producer: David Bither

Production Supervisor: Karina Beznicki

Production Manager: Eli Cane

Editorial Coordinator: Ronen Givony


This compilation mastered by Chris Athens at Sterling Sound, New York City
Design by Sequel Studio, New York
THE WIRE

“…and all the pieces matter.”

FIVE YEARS OF MUSIC FROM THE WIRE



  1. This America, man.” (0:24)

Episode 101 “The Target”


Teleplay by David Simon & Ed Burns
Directed by Clark Johnson
McNulty (Dominic West), Witness (Kamal Bostic-Smith)



  1. WAY DOWN IN THE HOLE * THE BLIND BOYS OF ALABAMA (2:54)

Written by Tom Waits


Published by Jalma Music (ASCAP)



  1. Why would anyone ever wanna leave Baltimore?” (0:21)

Episode 201 “Ebb Tide”


Teleplay by David Simon
Story by David Simon & Ed Burns
Directed by Ed Bianchi
Bodie (J D Williams), Shamrock (Richard Burton)


  1. OH MY GOD * MICHAEL FRANTI & SPEARHEAD (5:05)

Written by Michael Franti & Ramon Lazo

Produced by Michael Franti
Published by Frantic Soulutions/Universal Music (ASCAP) and Ramon Lazo Music (ASCAP)

2001 Boo Boo Wax

Courtesy of Six Degrees Records

By Arrangement with Ocean Park Music Group




  1. DANCE MY PAIN AWAY * ROD LEE (2:07)


Written and Produced by Rod Lee

Published by Rod Lee Publishing

2005 Club King Records





  1. MY LIFE EXTRA * DJ TECHNICS (1:17)

Written and Produced by Glenn Brand a.k.a. DJ Technics

Published by Obnoxious Music (BMI)

2005 Baltimoreclubtracks.com





  1. The king stay the king.” (0:48)

Episode 103 “The Buys”


Teleplay by David Simon
Story by David Simon & Ed Burns
Directed by Peter Medak
D’Angelo Barksdale (Larry Gilliard), Bodie (J D Williams), Wallace (Michael B. Jordan) 



  1. WAY DOWN IN THE HOLE * THE NEVILLE BROTHERS (1:36)

Written by Tom Waits

Produced by Milton Davis, The Neville Brothers, & Ivan Neville

Recorded and Mixed by James Bevelle at Neville Neville Land Studios, New Orleans, LA


Published by Jalma Music (ASCAP)

Courtesy of Neville Nation Records





  1. We used to make shit in this country.” (0:15)

Episode 211 “Bad Dreams”


Teleplay by George Pelecanos
Story by David Simon & George Pelecanos
Directed by Ernest Dickerson
Sobotka (Chris Bauer)



  1. SIXTEEN TONS * THE NIGHTHAWKS (3:36)

Written by Merle Travis

Published by Elvis Presley Music (BMI), administered by Unichappell Music Inc.

1993 Big Mo Records




  1. ASSUME THE POSITION * LAFAYETTE GILCHRIST (2:42)

Written by Lafayette Gilchrist

Published by Lafayette Gilchrist (BMI)

2007 HYENA Records

By Arrangement with Finegold Productions LLC



  1. What the fuck did I do?” (0:12)

Episode 113 “Sentencing”


Written by David Simon & Ed Burns
Directed by Tim Van Patten
McNulty (Dominic West), Bunk (Wendell Pierce)



  1. STEP BY STEP * JESSE WINCHESTER (2:56)

Written by Jesse Winchester

1976 Bearsville Records

Produced Under License From Bearsville Records By Arrangement With Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company





  1. I WALK ON GILDED SPLINTERS * PAUL WELLER (4:58)

Written by Dr. John Creaux


1995 Go! Discs Ltd

Courtesy of Island Records Ltd. under license from Universal Music Enterprises.





  1. FAST TRAIN * SOLOMON BURKE (5:37)

Written by Van Morrison

Produced by Joe Henry

Courtesy of Anti Records, a division of Epitaph.





  1. THE BODY OF AN AMERICAN * THE POGUES (4:45)

Written by Shane MacGowan

1986 Warner Music UK Ltd.

Produced Under License from Warner Music UK Ltd.




  1. All the pieces matter.”

Episode 106 "The Wire"


Teleplay by David Simon
Story by David Simon & Ed Burns
Directed by Ed Bianchi

Freamon (Clarke Peters)




  1. EFUGE EFUGE * STELIOS KAZANTZIDIS (3:32)

Written by Vassilis Vassiliadis, Pythagoras

Published by AEPIS.A. (AEPI)



  1. Omar comin’!” (0:40)

Episode 105 “The Pager”


Teleplay by Ed Burns
Story by David Simon & Ed Burns
Directed by Clark Johnson
Omar (Michael Kenneth Williams), Fatty Boo (Lateef Lawal), Runner (Omari Forman-Bey) 



  1. WAY DOWN IN THE HOLE * DOMAJE (1:43)

(Tom Waits)
Produced by Doreen Vail, Maurette Brown-Clark, J.B. Wilkins, & Nina Noble

Arranged by Doreen Vail, Maurette Brown-Clark & J.B. Wilkins

Engineered by Mike Potter

Mixed by Andy Kris & Blake Leyh

Vocals by Ivan Ashford, Markel Steele, Cameron Brown, Tariq Al-Sabir, & Avery Bargasse

Additional musicians: Ronald Lindsey & Thomas Crosson


Published by Jalma Music (ASCAP)



  1. An act of daily journalism.” (0:07)

Episode 501 “More With Less”


Teleplay by David Simon
Story by David Simon & Ed Burns
Directed by Joe Chapelle
Haynes (Clark Johnson)



  1. PROJECTS * TYREE COLION (3:26)

Written by (Tyree Moorehead, Juan Donovan Bell, & Jamal Roberts)

Produced by Juan Donovan & Jamal Roberts for Darkroom Productions Inc.

Published by Tyree Colion Publishing (ASCAP), North & Braddish Made This Music (ASCAP), and Fred and Philis’s Son Music (ASCAP), administered by The Royalty Network Inc.

2006 Darkroom Enterprises





  1. Later for that gangsta bullshit.” (0:38) 

Episode 301 “Time After Time”


Teleplay by David Simon
Story by Robert F. Colesberry & David Simon
Directed by Ed Bianchi
Stringer Bell (Idris Elba), Bodie (J D Williams), Poot (Tray Chaney), Slim Charles (Anwar Glover), Shamrock (Richard Burton)



  1. AYO * BOSSMAN (3:20)

Written by Loren Hill, Travis Holifield, & Richard Shelton

Produced by Richard Shelton & Loren Hill for One Up Entertainment
Published by One Dynasty Publishing

2007 One Up Entertainment





  1. ANALYZE * SHARPSHOOTERS (2:44)

Produced by Mr. Supreme

1997 Shadow Records

By Arrangement with Ocean Park Music Group





  1. Wars end.” (0:20)

Episode 101 “The Target”


Teleplay by David Simon
Story by David Simon & Ed Burns
Directed by Clark Johnson
Greggs (Sonja Sohn), Carver (Seth Gilliam), Herc (Domenick Lombardozzi)



  1. UNFRIENDLY GAME * MASTA ACE FEAT. STRICKLIN (3:52)

Written by Duvall Clear, Scott Stricklin, & Luis Tineo

Produced by Luis “Sabor” Tineo for Songs of David.

Published by Damasta Music (ASCAP), Uncle Henry Music (SESAC), & Mosca Music (BMI).

2001 M3 Records.

Courtesy of Yasumi Entertainment


  1. WHAT YOU KNOW ABOUT BALTIMORE * OGUN FEAT. PHATHEAD (3:16)

Written by Kevin Donnell Beasley, Juan Donovan Bell, & Jamal Roberts)

Produced by Juan Donovan & Jamal Roberts for Darkroom Productions Inc.
Published by Bmore Heroic World Music Publishing (ASCAP), North & Braddish Made This Music (ASCAP), and Fred and Philis’s Son Music (ASCAP), administered by The Royalty Network Inc.

2006 Real on Purpose Entertainment




  1. JAIL FLICK * DIABLO (3:38)

Written by Damion Lamont Champ, Juan Donovan Bell, & Jamal Roberts

Produced by Juan Donovan & Jamal Roberts for Darkroom Productions Inc.
Published by Coke & Dope Cut Wit Music (ASCAP), North & Braddish Made This Music (ASCAP), and Fred and Philis’s Son Music (ASCAP), administered by The Royalty Network Inc.

2005 Darkroom Enterprises





  1. THE LIFE, THE HOOD, THE STREETZ * MULLYMAN (3:47)

Written by Kevin Muldrow

Produced by James Mbah
Published by Mullyman Publishing (ASCAP)

2006 Major League Unlimited





  1. If it’s a lie, then we fight on that lie.” (0:22)

Episode 312 “...we fight on the lie”


Teleplay by David Simon

Story by David Simon and Ed Burns

Directed by Ernest Dickerson
Avon Barksdale (Wood Harris), Slim Charles (Anwar Glover)



  1. I FEEL ALRIGHT * STEVE EARLE (2:58)

Written by Steve Earle

Produced by Ray Kennedy and Richard Bennet

Published by WB Music Corp/South Nashville Music (ASCAP)

1996 Warner Bros. Records Inc.

Produced Under License from Warner Bros. Records Inc.





  1. WAY DOWN IN THE HOLE * TOM WAITS (1:45)

Written by Tom Waits


Published by Jalma Music (ASCAP)



  1. You remember that one day summer past?” (0:41)

Episode 509 “Late Editions”


Teleplay by George Pelecanos

Story by David Simon and George Pelecanos


Directed by Joe Chapelle
Dukie (Jermaine Crawford), Michael (Tristan Wilds)



  1. THE FALL * BLAKE LEYH (1:24)

Written, Produced, and Performed by Blake Leyh

With Andre Burke, violin
Published by Ground Loop Music (BMI)

2002 Blake Leyh



Beyond

Hamsterdam

BALTIMORE TRACKS

FROM THE WIRE

1. WAY DOWN IN THE HOLE * DOMAJE (1:46)

Written by Tom Waits

Produced by Doreen Vail, Maurette Brown-Clark, J.B. Wilkins, & Nina Noble

Arranged by Doreen Vail, Maurette Brown-Clark & J.B. Wilkins

Engineered by Mike Potter

Mixed by Andy Kris & Blake Leyh

Vocals by Ivan Ashford, Markel Steele, Cameron Brown, Tariq Al-Sabir, & Avery Bargasse

Additional musicians: Ronald Lindsey & Thomas Crosson

Published by Jalma Music (ASCAP)


2. PROJECTS * TYREE COLION (4:33)

Written by Tyree Moorehead, Juan Donovan Bell, & Jamal Roberts

Produced by Juan Donovan & Jamal Roberts for Darkroom Productions Inc.
Published by Tyree Colion Publishing (ASCAP), North & Braddish Made This Music (ASCAP), and Fred and Philis’s Son Music (ASCAP), administered by The Royalty Network Inc.

2006 Darkroom Enterprises




3. DANCE MY PAIN AWAY * ROD LEE (2:52)

Written & Produced by Rod Lee

Published by Rod Lee Publishing

2005 Club King Records




4. MY LIFE EXTRA * DJ TECHNICS (2:39)
Written & Produced by Glenn Brand a.k.a. DJ Technics

Published by Obnoxious Music (BMI)

2005 Baltimoreclubtracks.com


5. WHAT YOU KNOW ABOUT BALTIMORE * OGUN FEAT. PHATHEAD (3:59)
Written by Kevin Donnell Beasley, Juan Donovan Bell, & Jamal Roberts)

Produced by Juan Donovan & Jamal Roberts for Darkroom Productions Inc.


Published by Bmore Heroic World Music Publishing (ASCAP), North & Braddish Made This Music (ASCAP), and Fred and Philis’s Son Music (ASCAP), administered by The Royalty Network Inc.

2006 Real on Purpose Entertainment




6. JAIL FLICK * DIABLO (4:07)
Written by Damion Lamont Champ, Juan Donovan Bell, & Jamal Roberts

Produced by Juan Donovan & Jamal Roberts for Darkroom Productions Inc.

Published by Coke & Dope Cut Wit Music (ASCAP), North & Braddish Made This Music (ASCAP), and Fred and Philis’s Son Music (ASCAP), administered by The Royalty Network Inc.

2005 Darkroom Enterprises



7. WHEN YOU SEE US * THE GET ‘EM MAMIS FEAT. L. CASH (4:06)

Written by Deenah Eaton, Shantavia Thompson, Fallon Anderson, Juan Donovan

Bell, & Jamal Roberts

Produced by Juan Donovan & Jamal Roberts for Darkroom Productions Inc.


Published by Dis Be Da Me Publishing (ASCAP), Tranell Thompson and Sha Music Publishing (ASCAP), Fallon Diane's Publishing (ASCAP), North & Braddish Made This Music (ASCAP), and Fred and Philis's Son Music (ASCAP), administered by The Royalty Network Inc.

2006 Darkroom Enterprises




8. THAT’S DA SOUND * DIRTY HARTZ FEAT. VERB (3:56)

Written by Kevin Muldrow, Gregory Hamlet, Arik Tate, Jamal West, & Samir Singletary

Produced by Debonair Samir & Aaron LaCrate
Published by All Surface Entertainment (BMI)

2005 Milkcrate Records




9. AYO * BOSSMAN (3:52)
Written by Loren Hill, Travis Holifield, & Richard Shelton

Produced by Richard Shelton & Loren Hill for One Up Entertainment


Published by One Dynasty Publishing

2007 One Up Entertainment




10. THE LIFE, THE HOOD, THE STREETZ * MULLYMAN (4:44)

Written by Kevin Muldrow

Produced by James Mbah
Published by Mullyman Publishing (ASCAP)

2006 Major League Unlimited




11. ASSUME THE POSITION * LAFAYETTE GILCHRIST (6:32)
Written by Lafayette Gilchrist

Published by Lafayette Gilchrist (BMI)



2007 HYENA Records

By Arrangement with Finegold Productions LLC


:)


The database is protected by copyright ©hestories.info 2017
send message

    Main page

:)