Stolen Moments: Red Hot + Cool is a compilation album in the Red Hot AIDS Benefit Series with performers from jazz, pop, rock, and rap. The title refers to a song written by Oliver Nelson in 1961. This album was one of the first examine the impact of AIDS in the African American community. An accompanying documentary film was broadcast on PBS. Time magazine named it album of the year in 1994. Time Is Moving On" – Donald Byrd, Guru, Ronny Jordan – 2:58. Un Ange En Danger" – Ron Carter, MC Solaar – 3:49.
RED HOT + COUNTRY is the fourth album in the very successful RED HOT series of genre-specific recordings benefiting AIDS Awareness. For the most part they chose songs of hope and healing. We have a social consciousness and we are musically and socially diverse. RED HOT + COUNTRY is one of the best albums of the year.
Dark Was the Night is the twentieth compilation release benefiting the Red Hot Organization, an international charity dedicated to raising funds and awareness for HIV and AIDS. Featuring exclusive recordings by a number of independent artists and production by Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National, the compilation was released on 16 February 2009 (UK) and 17 February (US) as a double CD, three vinyl LPs, and as a digital download
Red Hot + Country (or RH+C) was the follow-up to No Alternative in the Red Hot Series of compilation albums, a series produced to raise awareness and money to fight AIDS/HIV and related health and social issues. This compilation featured music from the classic country and classic rock genres performed by an assortment of seasoned old and new country music artists. RH+C received two Grammy nominations following its release. A live show was held at the Ryman Auditorium - home to the Grand Ole Opry. Billboard Top Country Albums.
UMG (от лица компании "DM Digital"); UBEM, PEDL, BMG Rights Management, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, LatinAutor, Audiam (Publishing), Sony ATV Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music In. и другие авторские общества (6). Композиция. From a Jack to a King.
Compilation by various artists. Teach Your Children by Suzy Bogguss (featuring Alison Krauss, Kathy Mattea and Crosby, Stills & Nash). Fire and Rain by Sammy Kershaw. Folsom Prison Blues by Brooks & Dunn (featuring Johnny Cash). Rock Me on the Water by Kathy Mattea (featuring Jackson Browne). Matchbox by Carl Perkins (featuring Duane Eddy and The Mavericks). Crazy by Willie Nelson (featuring Jimmie Dale Gilmore). Forever Young by Johnny Cash.
|A1||–Tom T. Hall||What Have You Got To Lose|
|A2||–Gary Stewart||Whiskey Trip|
|A3||–Jewel Blanch||So Good|
|A4||–Brian Collins||Old Flames|
|A5||–Dottsy||I Just Had You On My Mind|
|A6||–Jerry Reed||Gimme Back My Blues|
|A7||–Jim Ed Brown & Helen Cornelius||If The World Ran Out Of Love Tonight|
|A8||–Steve Wariner||So Sad|
|A9||–Dickey Lee||My Heart Won't Cry Anymore|
|A10||–Linda Hargrove||You Are Still The One|
|B1||–James Darren||Let Me Take You In My Arms Again|
|B2||–Jim Ed Brown & Helen Cornelius||I'll Never Be Free|
|B3||–Razzy Bailey||What Time Do You Have To Be Back In Heaven|
|B4||–Beverley Heckle*||Bluer Than Blue|
|B5||–Gary Stewart||Single Again|
|B6||–Paul Craft||Teardrops In My Tequila|
|B7||–Zella Lehr||When The Fire Gets Hot|
|B8||–Dickey Lee||It's Not Easy|
|B9||–Helen Cornelius||What Cha Doin' After Midnight Baby|
|B10||–Jerry Reed||Sweet Love Feelings|