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Arranged By [Horn] – Jim HornBass – Joe ChemayDrums – Paul LeimEngineer – John GuessGuitar – James Burton, John Fogerty, Steve CropperKeyboards – Larry KnechtelProducer – Duane EddySynthesizer – Erich Buller, Larry KnechtelTenor Saxophone – Jim HornWritten-By – D. Eddy*, L. Knechtel*
Bass, Backing Vocals [Background Vocals] – Paul McCartneyDrums, Backing Vocals [Background Vocals] – Charlie MorganEngineer – John Jacobs*Engineer [Second] – 'Mini Matt' Howe*Keyboards [Keyboards, Fairlight], Backing Vocals [Background Vocals] – Nick Glennie-SmithPiano, Backing Vocals [Background Vocals] – Phil PickettProducer – Paul McCartneyTenor Saxophone – Jim HornWritten-By – P. McCartney*
|3||Theme For Something Really Important
Baritone Saxophone – Jim HornDrums – Jim KeltnerEngineer – Richard DoddKeyboards, Synthesizer, Bass – Jeff LynneProducer – Jeff LynneSteel Guitar [Slide Guitar] – George HarrisonWritten-By – J. Lynne*
Bass – Bob WrayDrums – James StroudEngineer – William Deaton*, Chris Potter*Keyboards – Ann Dudley*Keyboards [Fairlight Ii] – J.J. JeczalikPercussion – Terry McMillanProducer – Ann Dudley*, J.J. Jeczalik, Art Of Noise*Soprano Saxophone – Jim HornSounds [All Other Weird Sounds] – The Art Of NoiseWritten-By – A. Dudley*, J.J. Jeczalik
Bass – Buell NeidlingerDrums – Rick Marrotta*Producer – Ry CooderRhythm Guitar – David LindleySteel Guitar [Slide Guitar], Acoustic Guitar – Ry CooderWritten-By – R. Cooder*
Drums – Jim KeltnerEngineer – Richard DoddKeyboards, Synthesizer, Bass – Jeff LynneProducer – Jeff LynneSteel Guitar [Slide Guitar] – George HarrisonTenor Saxophone – Jim HornWritten-By – D. Eddy*, R. Shankar*
Bass – Buell NeidlingerDrums – Rick Marrotta*Percussion – Emil RichardsProducer – Ry CooderRhythm Guitar [Acoustic] – David LindleySteel Guitar [Slide Guitar], Acoustic Guitar – Ry CooderWritten-By – R. Cooder*
Alto Saxophone – Jim HornBacking Vocals [Background Vocals] – Carol Chase, Kin VassyBass – Bob WrayDrums – James StroudHarmonica, Percussion – Terry McMillanKeyboards [Fairlight Ii] – J.J. JeczalikKeyboards, Synthesizer – Ann Dudley*Producer – Ann Dudley*, J.J. Jeczalik, Art Of Noise*Sounds [All Other Weird Sounds] – The Art Of NoiseWritten-By – A. Dudley*, J.J. Jeczalik
Engineer – Richard DoddProducer – Jeff LynneRhythm Guitar, Drums, Bass, Synthesizer – Jeff LynneWritten-By – J. Lynne*
|10||Last Look Back
Arranged By [Horn] – Jim HornBass – Joe ChemayDrums – Paul LeimEngineer – John GuessGuitar – James Burton, Steve CropperProducer – Duane EddySynthesizer – Erich Buller, Larry KnechtelTenor Saxophone – Jim HornWritten-By – D. Eddy*, L. Knechtel*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Engineered At – The Lighthouse
- Engineered At – Lion Share Recording Studios
- Engineered At – Hollywood Sound Recorders
- Engineered At – Hog Hill Mill
- Engineered At – Friar Park
- Engineered At – Treasure Isle Recorders
- Engineered At – Maison Rouge
- Engineered At – Capitol Studios
- Engineered At – Ocean Way Recording
- Mastered At – Future Disc
- Design – SteeleWorks
- Executive Producer, Guitar – Duane Eddy
- Mastered By – Steve Hall
- Other [Styling] – Rose Librizzi
- Photography By [Cover], Art Direction [Concept] – Tom Bert
Notes1, 10 Produced for Duane Eddy Productions, Inc.
1, 10 Engineered at The Lighthouse, Lion Share Recording Studio & Hollywood Sound, Hollywood, California.
2 Engineered at The Mill, Sussex, England.
3, 6, 9 Engineered at Friar Park Studios, Henley On Thames, England.
4, 8 Engineered at Treasure Isle, Nashville, Tennessee [Deaton] and Maison Rouge, London, England [Potter].
5, 7 Engineered at Capitol Recording Studios & Ocean Way Studios, Hollywood, California.
Mastered at Future Disc Systems, Hollywood, California.
The Art of Noise appear courtesy of Chrysalis Records Inc.
Ry Cooder appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
John Fogerty appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
George Harrison appears courtesy of Dark Horse Records.
Paul McCartney appears courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc.
℗ 1987 Capitol Records, Inc.
Made in Japan
|ST-12567||Duane Eddy||Duane Eddy (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||ST-12567||US||1987|
|CDP 7 46897 2||Duane Eddy||Duane Eddy (CD, Album)||Capitol Records||CDP 7 46897 2||UK||1987|
|ST-12567||Duane Eddy||Duane Eddy (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||ST-12567||Canada||1987|
|064-74 6897 1||Duane Eddy||Duane Eddy (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||064-74 6897 1||Europe||1987|
|EST 2034, 74 6897 1||Duane Eddy||Duane Eddy (LP, Album)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||EST 2034, 74 6897 1||UK||1987|
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Studio album by Duane Eddy. Especially for You is the second album by guitarist Duane Eddy. It was released in 1959. All songs written by Duane Eddy and Lee Hazlewood unless noted.