14/10/2018

Tony Orlando "Tony Orlando" (1978) -Blue-Eyed Soul-



Label : Elektra / Asylum Records


Drapeau des États-Unis 01 - Don't Let Go (Jesse Stone)
02 - I Count The Tears (Mort Shuman & Doc Pomus)
03 - Save The Last Dance For Me (Mort Shuman & Doc Pomus)
04 - That Is Rock & Roll (Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller)
05 - You're So Fine (Lance Finney & Willie Schofield)
06 - Let The Good Times Roll (Leonard Lee)
07 - A Lovers Question (Brook Benton & Jimmy Williams)
08 - Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke)
09 - Since I Met You Baby (Ivor Joe Hunter)
10 - Ya Ya (Clarence L. Lewis & Morris Levy)


Produced by Jerry Wexler & Barry Beckett
Engineered by Steve Mileton & Greg Hamm
Assistant Engineer : David Yates
Studio : Muscle Shoals Sound
Drums : Roger Hawkins
Bass : David Hood
Keyboards : Barry Beckett
Rhythm Guitar : Jimmy Johnson
Lead Guitar : Pete Carr
Horns : Muscle Shoals Horns on "You're So Fine", "That Is Rock & Roll", "Bring It On Home To Me", "Ya Ya" & "Let The Good Times Roll"
Horn Arrangements on Above Songs : Harrison Calloway
Percussion : Tom Roady - on Above Listed Songs
Tenor Sax Solos : Harvey Thompson
Baritone Sax Solo : Ronnie Eades
Strings & Horn Arrangements : Harold Wheeler for "Save The Last Dance For Me", "I Count The Tears" & "Don't Let Go"
Background vocals on Above Songs : Wanda McCullough, Lani Groves, Maretha Stewart
Additional Background vocals on "Save The Last Dance For Me", "I Count The Tears" & "A Lovers Question" : Julia Tillman Waters, Maxine Willard Waters, Oren Waters & Bobby Martin
Vocal Background Arrangement on "A Lovers Question" : Jerry Wheeler
Percussion for "Save The Last Dance For Me", "I Count The Tears" & "Don't Let Go" : Jimmy Maelen & Dave Carey
Alto Sax Obligato on "Since I Met You Baby" : George Young
Studio & Engineers for String, Horn, Vocal & Percussion sweetening on "Save The Last Dance For Me", "I Count The Tears", "You're So Fine", "Don't Let Go" & "Since I Met You Baby" : Media Sound, N.Y. ; Engineer : Alec Head, Assistants : Bill Stein & Michael Brauer
Duets on "Let The Good Times Roll" & "Bring It On Home To Me" : Etta James
Duets & Additional Vocal Backgrounds Recorded at Cherokee Studios, L.A.
Engineer : Joe Robb