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LP " There Was A Time " Brunswick Records 1968
Arranged By – Sonny Sanders
Producer – Carl Davis, Gene Chandler (tracks: A1 A6 B5)

LP " Giblet Gravy " Verve Records 1967
Baritone Saxophone – Pepper Adams
Bass – Bob Cranshaw (tracks: A2, A4, A5),
Ron Carter (tracks: A1, A3, B1 to B4)
Congas, Tambourine – Johnny Pacheco
Drums – Billy Cobham, Jr.
Flugelhorn – Jimmy Owens
Guitar – Carl Lynch (tracks: A1, A3, B1 to B4),
Eric J. Gale (tracks: A2, A4, A5)
Lead Guitar – George Benson
Piano – Herbie Hancock
Trombone [Bass] – Alan Raph
Trumpet – Ernie Royal, Snookie Young*, Jimmy Owens
Vocals – Albertine Robinson, Eileen Gilbert, Lois Winter

Producer – Esmond Edwards
Conductor – Tom McIntosh
Liner Notes – Nat Hentoff
Photography By [Cover] – Daniel Kramer (2)
Arranged By – Tom McIntosh
Art Direction – Acy R. Lehman*

Recorded February 1967 at A&R Recording Studios and
Capitol Recording Studio in New York City.
Engineer – Val Valentin

LP " A Thing To Come By " Solid State Records 1969
Jimmy McGriff - organ, piano
Blue Mitchell - trumpet
Fats Theus - tenor saxophone
Larry Frazier - guitar
Jesse Kilpatrick, Jr. - drums
Recorded June 17 & 18, 1969 in New York City
Art Direction – Frank Gauna
Producer – Sonny Lester
Written-By – J. McGriff* (tracks: A1 to A3, B3, B4)

LP " I Like It That Way " Severn Records 2000
Alto Saxophone [Alt Sax], Tenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax] – Scott Young (19)
Arranged By [Horn Arrangements] – Adolph Wright
Backing Vocals [Backup Vocals] – Jessie Yawn, Joe Maher
Bass – Steve Gomes
Drums – Rob Stupka
Guitar – Jon Moeller
Keyboards – Benjie Porecki
Liner Notes [Uncredited] – Darrell Nulisch
Percussion – Alejandro Lucini
Tenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax], Baritone Saxophone [Baritone Sax] – Scott Silbert
Trombone – John Jensen
Trumpet – Chris Walker (9), Tommy Williams (24)
Vocals, Harmonica – Darrell Nulisch

Recorded At – My Generation Studios
Recorded At – Omega Recording Studios
Mixed At – Omega Recording Studios

Engineer – Chris Rival
Engineer [Assistant Engineer] – Adrian Tullo
Engineer, Mixed By – Eric Lemley
Executive-Producer, Producer [Produced By] – David Earl
Producer [Produced By] – Darrell Nulisch, Steve Gomes

LP " The Whole Truth " Severn Records 1998
Arranged By [Horns], Directed By [Horns] – Adolph Wright
Backing Vocals [Backup Vocalist] – Deirdre Wright, Marjorine Clark, Nathalie Jackson
Guitar [Additional Guitar] – David Earl (tracks: 8)
Horns – DC Horns*
Liner Notes – Darrell Nulisch
Musician [Additional Musician], Percussion – Ricardo Monzon
Musician [DC Horns], Tenor Saxophone – Jacques Johnson
Musician [DC Horns], Trombone – Douglas Gilchrist
Musician [DC Horns], Trumpet – Eric McMillan, Michael Fitzhugh
Musician, Bass – Steve Gomes
Musician, Drums – Robb Stupka*
Musician, Guitar – Jon Moeller*
Musician, Keyboards – Benjie Porecki
Musician, Vocals, Harmonica – Darrell Nulisch

Recorded At – My Generation Studios
Mixed At – My Generation Studios
Producer – Darrell Nulisch, Steve Gomes
Producer, Executive Producer – David Earl
Recorded By, Mixed By – Chris Rival

LP " The Best Of Little Walter " Chess Records 1957
Recorded At – Sheldon Recording Studios, Inc.

All tracks rec. Chicago. Dates:
A6, B1: 12/5/1952
A2, B2: 10/1952
B3, B6: 1/1953
A3, A5: 1953
B4, B5: 14/7/1954
A4: late 1954
A1: 25/1/1955

CD " Times Like These " Severn Records 2003
Arranged By [Horn Arranger], Conductor – Willie Henderson
Baritone Saxophone [Baritone Sax] – Scott Silbert
Bass, Producer – Steve Gomes
Drums, Percussion – Robb Stupka*
Guitar [Guitars] – Jon Moeller*
Keyboards – Benjie Porecki
Percussion – Steve Cyphers
Piano – David Maxwell (tracks: 3)
Saxophone, Flute – Bruce Swaim, Jeff Antoniuk, Scott Young
Trombone – John Jensen
Trumpet, Flugelhorn [Flügelhorn] – Kenny Rittenhouse, Tommy Williams
Vocals, Harmonica, Producer – Darrell Nulisch

Recorded At – My Generation Studios
Recorded At – Severn Sound Studios
Mixed At – Severn Sound Studios
Engineer – Chris Rival
Engineer, Mixed By [Mixing Engineer], Producer, Design [CD Design] – David Earl

LP " Moods Of Marvin Gaye " Tamla Records 1966
arvin Gaye - lead vocals
The Andantes - backing vocals (all of side 1; side 2 tracks 8, 9, and 10)
The Miracles - backing vocals (on "I'll Be Doggone")
The Spinners - backing vocals (on "Hey Diddle Diddle")
The Funk Brothers- instrumentation

Recorded 1965-66
Hitsville U.S.A., Detroit

Smokey Robinson, Brian Holland,
Lamont Dozier, Clarence Paul

LP " The Earl Of Funk " Soul Records 1970
Earl Van Dyke (July 8, 1930, – September 18, 1992) was an African

American soul musician, most notable as the main keyboardist

for Motown Records' in-house Funk Brothers band during

the late 1960s and early 1970s. Van Dyke, who was born in Detroit,

Michigan, United States, was preceded as keyboardist and

bandleader of the Funk Brothers by Joe Hunter. In the early 1960s,

he also recorded as a jazz organist with saxophonists Fred Jackson
and Ike Quebec for the Blue Note label.

LP " Hungry For Love " Ric Tic Records 1966
George McGregor (drums), Don Davis (guitar), Clarence McLoud (keyboards),
Bob Wilson (keyboards), James Jamerson (bass), Bob Babbitt (bass),
Dennis Coffey (guitar), Ray Monette (guitar)

Recorded at the Golden World Studios, Detroit, Michigan.

Arranged By – Gil Askey
Conductor – Gil Askey
Engineer – Bob D'Orleans

LP " The San Remo Golden Strings Swing " Gordy Records 1968
Producer – Gil Askey, Larry Maxwell

LP " Groovin' With The Soulful Strings " Cadet Records 1967
Arranged By, Conductor – Richard Evans
Bass – Cleveland Eaton
Design – Jerry Griffith
Drums – Morris Jennings
Guitar – Phil Upchurch
Organ, Vibraphone – Charles Stepney

Recorded June & July 1967 at Ter Mar Studios, Chicago
Producer, Supervised By – Esmond Edwards
Engineer – Doug Brand

Record Company – Cadet Records
Recorded At – Ter Mar Studios

LP Paint it Black " Cadet Records 1966
Richard Evans
Evans is best known as producer and arranger for Cadet Records during the 1960s and early 1970s,
working with artists like Ramsey Lewis, Marlena Shaw and Dorothy Ashby.
In the same period he also formed The Soulful Strings with whom he recorded several albums.

Lennie Druss(flute)
Charles Stepney(percussion,vibes)
The Soulful Strings
recorded at:
May 26, 1966 2,3,8,10 Ter Mar Recording Studios, Chicago, IL
2) September 15, 1966 1,4,9,11 Ter Mar Recording Studio, Chicago, IL
3) September 16, 1966 5-7 Ter Mar Recording Studio, Chicago, IL

LP "Another Exposure" Cadet Records 1968
Arranged By – Richard Evans (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B6)
Artwork By [Album Design] – Jerry Griffith
Engineer [Recording] – Doug Brand
Producer – Richard Evans
Supervised By – Dick LaPalm

Recorded at: Ter mar Studios, Chicago, March 1968

LP " Ace Of Sax " HI Records 1969
Supervision: Joe Cuoghi,
engineer: Ray Harris.

LP " Out Of Limits " Warner Bros Records 1964
Guitar:Ben BENAY
Keyboard Richard HOBRIACO
Bass Ray POHLMAN,Jimmy GORDON,Carol KAYE (in studio)
Drums Gene PELLO,Earl PALMER,Hal BLAINE (in studio)
Guitar Tommy TEDESCO,Rene HALL
Pat and Lolly VEGAS (The AVANTIS)
Piano : Russel BRIDGES (Leon RUSSELL)(in studio)

Arranged By – Ray Pohlman
Engineer – Dayton Howe
Producer – Joe Saraceno

LP " Surfer's Stomp! " Liberty Records 1962
Arranged By – Rene Hall
Engineer – Phil Yeend
Producer – Joe Saraceno

LP " The Batman Theme Played By The Marketts "
Warner Bros Records 1966
Arranged By – Al Capps
Art Direction – Ed Thrasher
Producer – Dick Glasser

LP " The Beat Goes On! " Prestige Records 1968
Alto Saxophone – Sonny Criss
Bass – Bob Cranshaw
Drums – Alan Dawson
Piano – Cedar Walton
Producer, Design, Photography By – Don Schlitten
Recorded in New York City; January 12, 1968.
Recorded By – Richard Alderson

Lp " Two For The Price Of One " Okeh Records 1967
Arranged By – Arthur Wright, Melvin Jernigan
Producer – Larry Williams

LP " Bad " Okeh Records 1967
A&R – Stu Phillips
Arranged By – Arthur Wright
Producer – Johnny Watson, Larry Williams

LP " Watchout " Gordy Records 1966
Lead vocals by Martha Reeves
Background vocals by
Rosalind Ashford, Betty Kelly, Annette Beard, The Andantes
Instrumentation by The Funk Brothers

William "Mickey" Stevenson
Harvey Fuqua
Smokey Robinson

Hitsville USA (Studio A); 1964-1966

LP " Black Smith " Pride Records 1974
Producer – Jerry Peters, Michael Viner
Recorded By – Jim Shifflett
Pressed By – PRC Recording Company, Richmond, IN

LP " Baby You Got It " Double Shot Records 1967
Vocal : Brenton Wood
Recorded at Nashville West.
Engineer Charles Underwood

LP " Baby You Got It " Double Shot Records 1967
vocal: Brenton Wood
Recorded at Nashville West.
Engineer Charles Underwood


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