℗ 1969 Atlantic Records
Released May 8, 2012
Duration 30m 32s
Genre R&B (Soul)
 

Hey Jude

Wilson Pickett

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1.1
Save Me
Wilson Pickett
2:35
1.2
Hey Jude
Wilson Pickett
4:00
1.3
Back in Your Arms
Wilson Pickett
2:53
1.4
Toe Hold
Wilson Pickett
2:48
1.5
Night Owl
Wilson Pickett
2:20
1.6
My Own Style of Loving
Wilson Pickett
2:38
1.7
A Man and a Half
Wilson Pickett
2:48
1.8
Sit Down and Talk This Over
Wilson Pickett
2:19
1.9
Search Your Heart
Wilson Pickett
2:40
1.10
Born to Be Wild
Wilson Pickett
2:46
1.11
People Make the World
Wilson Pickett
2:45
Hey Jude is the ninth studio album by soul singer Wilson Pickett, recorded at FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and released in 1969. The title track, a cover of The Beatles song of the same name, was a success, peaking at #13 on the Billboard R&B singles chart and #23 on the top 200. The album is particularly noteworthy for the early appearance of guitarist Duane Allman, later founder of The Allman Brothers Band, who made some of his first recordings as a sideman on the album. His guitar work on the title track is credited as what first drew Eric Clapton to him, who two years later invited Allman to join him as part of Derek and the Dominos. Allman's performance on the album also compelled Atlantic Records executive Jerry Wexler to buy out his recording contract and use him in further Atlantic recording sessions, beginning his prolific career as a session musician. Pickett is also backed by members of the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section on the album. Rhythm Section member Jimmy Johnson later credited Allman's performance on this album as the beginning of Southern Rock.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.83
-3.11 to -0.08
-20.81
-23.60 to -17.64
-17.37
-20.10 to -14.30
13
11 to 15
1
Save Me
-3.11-23.60-20.115
2
Hey Jude
-2.18-22.33-18.112
3
Back in Your Arms
-1.29-21.21-18.613
4
Toe Hold
-2.82-22.70-19.313
5
Night Owl
-1.03-18.12-14.311
6
My Own Style of Loving
-1.92-20.60-17.013
7
A Man and a Half
-0.74-17.64-14.512
8
Sit Down and Talk This Over
-0.08-18.12-14.712
9
Search Your Heart
-2.57-23.30-20.113
10
Born to Be Wild
-1.97-20.43-16.613
11
People Make the World
-2.37-20.85-17.811

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