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Music: Jim Carroll's Collaborations with Other Artists

Updated 11 August 2009

Yes I Ram
Yes I Ram
Released: 1999
By: Jon Tiven Group
Label: New West
Genre: Music

Carroll contributes backing vocals on "Jesse" and "Differing Touch," which he cowrote with Jon and Sally Tiven.

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Feeling You Up

Feeling You Up
Released: 1997
By: Truly
Label: Symbiotic/Thick
Genre: Music

Carroll contributed lyrics to "Repulsion."

Trivia: Truly member Robert Roth is featured on Carroll's Runaway EP and Pools of Mercury.

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And Out Come the Wolves

. . . And Out Come the Wolves
Released: 1995
By: Rancid
Label: Epitaph
Genre: Music

Carroll reads an original poem in the middle of Rancid's song "Junkyman," contributing the album's title.

Trivia: Carroll hooked up with Rancid in the studio while doing a radio call-in show at Electric Ladyland Studio on 8th St. in NYC's Village (with a hook-up to the Posies & Soundgarden guys in Bad Animals studio in Seattle) to promote the Basketball Diaries film soundtrack.

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Back to the Streets: Celebrating the Music of Don Covay
Back to the Streets: Celebrating the Music of Don Covay
Released: 1993
By: Various Artists
Label: Shanachie
Genre: Music

This tribute to Don Covay, produced by Jon Tiven and Joe Ferry, features Robert Cray, Gary "U.S." Bonds, Johnny Kemp, Ben E. King, Iggy Pop, Todd Rundgren, Billy Squier, Mick Taylor, Ron Wood, Nona Hendryx, Johnny Colla, Corey Glover, Chuck St. Troy, Barrence Whitfield, Jimmy Witherspoon, and Arlene Smith. Jim Carroll sings "Long Tall Shorty."

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Between Thought and Expression
Between Thought and Expression: The Lou Reed Anthology
Released: 1992
By: Lou Reed
Label: RCA
Genre: Music

Carroll makes a guest appearance on this album, doing background vocals.

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Other Roads
Other Roads
Released: 1988
By: Boz Scaggs
Label: Sony/Columbia
Genre: Music

Carroll wrote the lyrics for "What's Number One,"  "I Don't Hear You," and  "Crimes of Passion" .

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Club Ninja

Club Ninja
Released: 1986
By: Blue Oyster Cult
Label: Koch Records
Genre: Music

Carroll wrote the lyrics for "Perfect Water."

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"Perfect Water" is available on iTunes


Live at Max's Kansas City
Live at Max's Kansas City
Released: 1972
By: Velvet Underground
Label: Atlantic
Genre: Live Music

Although Jim Carroll is not credited in the liner notes, his voice can be heard very clearly between songs. He held the microphone recording the now-legendary performance.

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