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Non-album tracks

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[ Songs written by JJ | Unrecorded songs | Cover versions | Foreign-language versions | Re-recordings | Live versions | Demo versions | Remixes ]

Here is a list of those tracks that were not released on any of JJ's regular albums.

Songs written by JJ

In 20-0-3 (3:37)
(Joe Jackson)
Recorded by Julie Gardner and Bob Bruce
Mixed by Julie Gardner
Joe Jackson – vocals, piano, organ
Dave Houghton – drums
Steve Hampton – guitar, bass

Released in 2004 as a CD single.

Jenny Jenny (2:44)
(Joe Jackson)
Produced by Joe Jackson
Released in 1991 on CD single "Oh Well" and on US cassingle "Stranger Than Fiction".

Enough Is Not Enough (3:06)
(Joe Jackson)
"left out of the album Beat Crazy"
Produced by Joe Jackson
Originally released in 1980 on B side of UK single "Mad At You" (AMS 7563).
Subsequently released on this compilation album: Steppin' Out.

Tilt (2:41)
(Joe Jackson)
Produced by Joe Jackson
Engineered by Godwin Logie
Originally released in 1980 on B side of single "The Harder They Come".
Subsequently released on these compilation albums: Greatest Hits And More, Master Series, This Is It.

Out Of Style (2:55)
(Joe Jackson)
Produced by Joe Jackson
Engineered by Godwin Logie
Originally released in 1980 on B side of single "The Harder They Come".
Subsequently released on this compilation album: Master Series.

Don't Ask Me (2:41)
(Joe Jackson)
Recorded in Aug 1978
Produced by David Kershenbaum
Originally released in 1979 on B side of UK single "One More Time" (7" AMS 7433 and 10" AMSP 7433) and on the US version of the Propaganda LP.
Subsequently released on the compilation album Master Series and as a bonus track on Look Sharp! (2001 re-release).

You Got The Fever (3:34)
(Joe Jackson)
Produced by David Kershenbaum
Originally released in 1978 on B side of UK single "Is She Really Going Out With Him?"
(AMS 7392 and AMS 7459).
Subsequently released on the compilation album Master Series and as a bonus track on Look Sharp! (2001 re-release).

Unrecorded songs

Sunglasses In The Rain
(Joe Jackson)
First public performance in June 2006

Drunk Song
(Joe Jackson)
First public performance in July 1999

Cover versions

Hello, Hello, Who's Your Lady Friend? (1:48)
(Worton David and Bert Lee/Harry Fragson)
Released in 2005 on the soundtrack album The Greatest Game Ever Played.

Couldn't I Just Tell You? (2:54)
(Todd Rundgren)
Recorded during the "Volume 4" sessions
Released in 2003 on the Japanese CD version of Volume 4 and on the UK single "Chrome"

Statue Of Liberty (3:05)
(Andy Partridge)
Produced by Joe Jackson and Ed Roynesdal
Engineered by Steve Boyer
Mixed by Dann Wojnar, Ed Roynesdal and Joe Jackson
Recorded and mixed at The Power Station, New York, NY
Joe Jackson – vocals, keyboards, maracas
Graham Maby – bass guitar
Gary Burke – drums, maracas

Released in 1995 on the tribute album (by various artists) A Testimonial Dinner – The Songs Of XTC

'Round Midnight (6:43)
(Thelonious Monk, Cootie Williams, Bernie Hanighen)
Arranged by Joe Jackson
Produced by Hal Willner
Recorded and mixed at Mediasound Studios by Doug Epstein
Joe Jackson – piano
Sharon Freeman – conductor
Jerry Little – concertmaster
Melanie Baker, Sandra Billingsles, Karen Gilbert, Cheryl Hong, Stan Hunt – violins
Crystal Garner, Maxine Roach – violas
Muneer Abdul Fataah, Enrique Orango – cellos
Lawrence Feldman, Steve Slagle – clarinets
Ken McIntyre – bass clarinet
Bob Cranshaw – bass
Buddy Williams – drums

Released in 1984 on the album (by various artists) That's The Way I Feel Now – A Tribute To Thelonious Monk

Knock Me A Kiss (3:15)
(Mike Jackson)
Released in 1981 on B side of single "Jumpin' Jive" (AMS 8145)

The Harder They Come (3:50)
(Jimmy Cliff)
Produced by Joe Jackson
Engineered by Godwin Logie
Originally released in 1980 as a single (AMS 7536).
Subsequently released on these compilation albums: Master Series, Greatest Hits And More, Steppin' Out; also on various artists compilation Rock 'N' Reggae – Roots Of Rock.

Come On (3:10)
(Chuck Berry)
Recorded live at the Whisky a Go Go, Hollywood, CA, 12 May 1979
Released in 1979 on B side of single "I'm The Man" (AMS 7479) and on the Propaganda LP. Subsequently released as a bonus track on I'm The Man (2001 re-release).

Foreign-language versions

Un Otro Mundo (4:13)
Spanish version of Another World
Released in 1982 on Dutch 12" single of "Real Men" (AMS 12.9224)

El Cancer (5:59)
Spanish version of Cancer
Released in 1982 on Dutch 12" single of "Real Men" (AMS 12.9224)

El Blanco (4:02)
Spanish version of Target
Spanish translation by Theresa Ortiz de Hadjopoulos
Produced by Joe Jackson and David Kershenbaum
Released in 1982 on Dutch 12" single of "Real Men" (AMS 12.9224) and on B side of UK single "Breaking Us In Two" (AMS 8247)

Re-recordings

Angel (instrumental version) (1:55)
Released in 2005 on the soundtrack album The Greatest Game Ever Played.

Angel (Dawn Upshaw vocals) (3:22)
Released in 2005 on the soundtrack album The Greatest Game Ever Played.

Different For Girls (3:42)
Duet with Joy Askew
Produced by Joe Jackson
Released in 1991 on "Stranger Than Fiction" CD single

Live versions

Fools In Love (5:15)
Recorded live in 2010
Released in June 2011 as a free download bonus track to the Live Music album

Is She Really Going Out With Him? (3:52)
Recorded live at First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN
Released in Nov 2005 on the CD The Bootlegs Vol. 1

Awkward Age
Recorded live in the WXPN studio, probably on or around 8 April 2003
Released in Nov 2004 on the CD Live At The World Cafe, Vol. 17

Sunday Papers
Recorded live at the Vic Theatre, Chicago, IL, 30 March 2003
Released in Nov 2005 on the CD ONXRT: Live From The Archives 8

Stranger Than You
Recorded live at the KFOG PlaySpace, San Francisco, CA, 25 Oct 2000
Joe Jackson – vocals and piano; Graham Maby – bass
Mix engineer: Jeff Schmidt
Released in Nov 2001 on the CD KFOG Live From The Archives 8

It's Different For Girls
Recorded live in the KMTT studio, Nov 2000
Released in Oct(?) 2001 on the CD On The Mountain 7

Stranger Than You
Recorded live in Amsterdam, 14 Feb 2001
Released in June 2001 on the CD 2 Meter Sessies, Vol. 10

Stranger Than You
Recorded live in the WXPN studio, 17 Nov 2000
Released in June 2001 on the CD Live At The World Cafe, Vol. 12

It's Different For Girls (3:51)
Recorded live in the KBCO studio, Boulder, CO, 8 Dec 2000
Released in June 2001 on the CD KBCO Studio C Retrospective 2

Monday Papers
Recorded live at the Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, 21 Oct 1986
This version is taken from the "Live In Tokyo" video
Released in 1988 on CD single "(He's A) Shape In A Drape"

Soul Kiss
Recorded live at the Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, 21 Oct 1986
This version is taken from the "Live In Tokyo" video
Released in 1988 on CD single "(He's A) Shape In A Drape"

I'm The Man (3:50)
Recorded live at the Roundabout Theatre, New York, 23-25 Jan 1986
Released in 1986 on B side of 12" single "Right And Wrong"

What's The Use Of Getting Sober (3:05)
Recorded live at the Roundabout Theatre, New York, 23-25 Jan 1986
Produced by Joe Jackson and David Kershenbaum
Engineered by Michael Frondelli
Released in 1986 on B side of single "The Jet Set"

Breaking Us In Two (4:20)
Recorded live at the Roundabout Theatre, New York, 23-25 Jan 1986
Produced by Joe Jackson and David Kershenbaum
Engineered by Michael Frondelli
Released in 1986 on B side of single "Right And Wrong"

Is She Really Going Out With Him? (3:52)
Recorded live at Hammersmith Palais
Produced by Joe Jackson and Pete Dauncey
Engineered and mixed by Paul Nickson
Released in 1980 on B side of single "Beat Crazy"

Throw It Away (2:43)
Recorded live at the Whisky a Go Go, Hollywood, CA, 12 May 1979
Released in 1979 on the Propaganda LP

Demo versions

Vocals, keyboards, drum machines and percussion by Joe Jackson
Recorded at Master Sound, Queens, NY

Steppin' Out (demo) (4:14)
Released in 2003 on Night And Day – Deluxe edition CD

Target (demo) (3:05)
Released in 2003 on
Night And Day – Deluxe edition CD

Cancer (demo) (4:20)
Released in 2003 on
Night And Day – Deluxe edition CD

Real Men (demo) (3:56)
Released in 2003 on
Night And Day – Deluxe edition CD

Breaking Us In Two (demo) (4:14)
Released in 2003 on
Night And Day – Deluxe edition CD

Chinatown (demo) (4:23)
Released in 2003 on
Night And Day – Deluxe edition CD

Remixes

King Pleasure Time (Downtown Escape Mix) (7:24)
Mixed by John Morales
Released in Nov 2008 as download only
   

King Pleasure Time (Uptown Express Mix) (6:48)
Mixed by John Morales
Released in Nov 2008 as download only
   

Glamour And Pain (club vocal mix) (11:09)
Mixed by Dezrok
Released in 2002 on the Glamour And Pain remix single (12" and CD)

Glamour And Pain (dub mix) (9:24)
Mixed by Dezrok
Released in 2002 on the Glamour And Pain remix single (12" and CD)

You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want) (specially remixed version) (6:25)
Produced by Joe Jackson and David Kershenbaum
Mixed by John "Jellybean" Benitez
Mix engineer: Michael Hutchinson
Released in 1984 as a 12" single (AMX 212)

You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want) (dub version) (4:55)
Produced by Joe Jackson and David Kershenbaum
Mixed by John "Jellybean" Benitez
Released in 1984 on 12" single AMX 212

T.V. Age (extended version) (5:56)
Released in 1982 on Dutch 12" single of "Steppin' Out"


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