20/09/2015

Robben Ford "Talk To Your Daughter" (1988) -Blues Rock-



Label : Warner Bros. Records


01 - Talk To Your Daughter (J.B. Lenoir)
02 - Wild About You (Can't Hold Out Much Longer) (Walter Jacobs)
03 - Help The Poor (Charles Singleton)
04 - Ain't Got Nothin' But The Blues (Duke Ellington, Larry Fotine & Don George)
05 - Born Under A Bad Sign (William Bell & Booker T. Jones)
06 - I Got Over It (Ike Turner)
07 - Revelation (Russell Ferrante & Lorraine Perry)
08 - Getaway (Robben Ford)
09 - Can't Let Her Go (Robben Ford)


Produced by Scott Ferguson & Robben Ford for Big Barn Productions
Executive Producer : Ted Templeman 

Robben Ford : Guitars & Lead vocals
Roscoe Beck : Four & Six-Strings Bass & Vocals
Vinnie Colaiuta : Drums
Russell Ferrante : Yamaha GS-1, Synthesizers & Vocals

Additional musicians :

Vince Denham : Saxophones on "I Got Over It"
Brandon Fields : Saxophones on "Wild About You (Can't Hold Out Much Longer)"
Mark Ford : Harmonica on "Can't Let Her Go" & "I Got Over It"
Brian Mann : Synthesizers on "Help The Poor"
Bill Payne : Additional Synthesizers on "Can't Let Her Go"
Jeff Porcaro : Drums on "I Got Over It"

All Song Mixed by Jeff Hendrickson with Toby Wright
Assisting at One-On-One Studios, North Hollywood, except "Revelation" Mixed by Toby Wright, "Talk To Your Daughter" & "Ain't Got Nothin' But The Blues" Mixed by Mark Creamer at Sounder Recording & "Help The Poor" Mixed by Geoff Gillette at Ocean Way

Mastered by Howie Weinberg, Masterdisk, New York

All Recordings Made at :
Sounder Recording, Chatsworth, CA
Take One Studios, Burbank, CA
The Complex, West Los Angeles, CA
Mad Hatter, Los Angeles, CA
Record One, Sherman Oaks, CA
Smoketree, Chatsworth, CA
Quad Recording Studios, New York, NY

Tracking Engineers : Mark Creamer (Sounder), David Hentschel (Take One) & Shep Lonsdale (The Complex)

Overdub Engineers : Duncan Aldridge, Mark Creamer, Jeff Hendrickson, David Hentschel, Shep Lonsdale, Hal Sacks, Rick Slater & John Slattery

Assistant Engineers : Bob Fuojinski, Bob Levy, Larry Mah, Micajah Ryan & Bret Swain