The Whole Thing Started with Rock & Roll Now It's Out of Control
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|The Whole Thing Started with Rock and Roll Now It's Out of Control|
|Studio album by Ray Manzarek|
|Producer||Bruce Botnick, Bob Brown|
|Ray Manzarek chronology|
All tracks composed by Ray Manzarek; except where indicated
- "The Whole Thing Started with Rock and Roll Now It's Out of Control" (Manzarek, Danny Sugerman, Dick Wagner)
- "The Gambler" (Manzarek, Danny Sugerman)
- "Whirling Dervish" (Manzarek, Paul Davis)
- "Begin the World Again"
- "I Wake Up Screaming" (Manzarek, Danny Sugerman)
- "Art Deco Fandango"
- "Bicentennial Blues (Love It or Leave It)"
- "Perfumed Garden"
- Ray Manzarek - keyboards, vocals
- Flo & Eddie - background vocals on "The Whole Thing Started with Rock and Roll Now It's Out of Control"
- Joe Walsh - guitar
- John Klemmer - saxophone
- Michael Fennelly - guitar
- George Segal - banjo
- Steve Forman - percussion
- Mike Melvoin - horn arrangements
- Mark Pines - guitar
- Patti Smith - vocals, poetry on "I Wake up Screaming"
- Gary Mallaber - drums, percussion
- Paul Davis - percussion
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