Scattered, Smothered and Covered

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Scattered, Smothered and Covered
Compilation album by Hootie and the Blowfish
Released October 24, 2000
Length 56:00
Label Atlantic
Producer Don Gehman
Hootie and the Blowfish chronology
Musical Chairs
(1998)
Scattered, Smothered and Covered
(2000)
Hootie & the Blowfish
(2003)
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Scattered, Smothered and Covered is the name of a 2000 album by Hootie and the Blowfish, featuring all covers. The album was named in honor of Waffle House, a southern restaurant chain. One of Waffle House's advertising campaigns used the phrase "scattered, smothered and covered," a reference to hash browns ordered prepared with onions and cheese.

Track listing[edit]

Standard track listing
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "A Fine Line" (Originally recorded by Radney Foster) Radney Foster 3:32
2. "I Go Blind" (Originally recorded by 54-40) Neil Osborne 3:14
3. "Almost Home" (Originally recorded by The Reivers) John Croslin 3:51
4. "Hey Hey What Can I Do" (Originally recorded by Led Zeppelin) John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant 3:52
5. "Renaissance Eyes" (Originally recorded by Don Dixon) Don Dixon 5:04
6. "Before the Heartache Rolls In" (Originally recorded by Foster & Lloyd) Radney Foster, Bill Lloyd 3:52
7. "Araby" (Originally recorded by The Reivers) John Croslin 2:49
8. "I'm Over You" (Originally recorded by The Silos) Bob Rupe 4:18
9. "Gravity of the Situation" (Originally recorded by Vic Chesnutt) Rob Veal 4:36
10. "I Hope That I Don't Fall in Love with You" (Originally recorded by Tom Waits) Tom Waits 2:58
11. "Dream Baby" (Originally recorded by Roy Orbison) Cindy Walker 3:00
12. "Driver 8" (Originally recorded by R.E.M.) Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, Michael Stipe 4:27
13. "Let Me Be Your Man" (Originally recorded by Gregory Rithcey) Gregory Rithcey 3:04
14. "Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want" (Originally recorded by The Smiths) Johnny Marr, Morrissey 1:50
15. "Use Me" (Originally recorded by Bill Withers) Bill Withers 5:01
Bonus track
No. Title Writer(s) Length
16. "Freedom's Child" (Originally recorded by Hootie and the Blowfish for the album adaptation of The Civil War) Frank Wildhorn, Jack Murphy 3:18

Personnel[edit]

  • Nanci Griffith - Vocals
  • Don Dixon - Producer, Engineer, Mixing
  • Mark Bryan - Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals, and Wurlitzer
  • Susan Cowsill - Harmony Vocals
  • Mark Dearnley - Remixing and mastering
  • Don Gehman - Producer, Engineer, Remixing, Mastering, and Mixing
  • John Harris - Engineer
  • Peter Holsapple - Mandolin
  • Jamie Hoover - Organ and Guitar
  • Doug Lancio - Guitar
  • David Leonard - Mixing
  • Pat McInerney - Percussion
  • John Nau - Keyboards
  • Wade Norton - Assistant Engineer
  • Tracy Schroeder - Assistant Engineer
  • Timothy Sommer - Organ
  • Gena Maria Rankin - Harmony Vocals
  • Edwin McCain - Vocals
  • Craig Shields - Baritone saxophone
  • Liz Sroka - Assistant Engineer
  • Doug Trantow - Engineer, mixing
  • Benjamin Niles - Art Direction and Design
  • Roger Sommers - Assistant Engineer
  • John Codling - Cover Photo
  • De la Vega - Bass
  • Darius Rucker - Guitar and Vocals
  • Lorenzo Agius - Photography
  • Billy Huelin - Engineer and Live Sound
  • Dave Puryear - Assistant Engineer
  • Jim Sonefeld - Guitar, Percussion, Drums, and Vocals
  • Dean Felber - Guitar, Bass, and Vocals
  • Jim Goodwin - Assistant Engineer
  • Elizabeth Stockton - Photography
  • Gary Greene - Percussion
  • Daria Hines - Stylist
  • Curt Kroeger - Assistant Engineer
  • Walker Sisters - Background vocals
  • Matt Wilson - Cover Photo

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