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A Different Scene

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Released  1976
Artist  Lou Donaldson
Label  Cotillion Records
Recorded  April 1976
Release date  1976
Genre  Jazz
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Producer  John Brantley & Rick Willard
A Different Scene (1976)  Color as a Way of Life (1976)
Similar  Color as a Way of Life, Birdseed, Rough House Blues, Back Street, Lou Donaldson at His Best

A Different Scene is an album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson, his first recorded for the Cotillion label, featuring Donaldson with a big band arranged by Mike Goldberg and Ricky West.

Contents

The album was awarded 2 out of 5 stars in an Allmusic review.

Track listing

Recorded at Groove Sound Studios, NYC, April 1976

Personnel

  • Lou Donaldson – alto saxophone
  • Mike Goldberg – cornet, trumpet, piano, arranger, conductor
  • Ricky West – electric piano, clavinet, mellotron, arranger, conductor
  • Larry Etkin – trumpet
  • John Kelly – trombone
  • Robert Corley – tenor saxophone
  • Joe Ferguson – tenor saxophone, flute
  • A.C. Drummer Jr. – rhythm guitar
  • Jacob Hunter – electric bass
  • Walter "Jojo" Garth – drums
  • Tony Baxter – lead vocals
  • Audrinne Ferguson, Cissy Houston, Eddie Jones, Eunice Peterson, Kenny Seymour, Rennelle Stafford – backing vocals
  • Unidentified string section
  • Songs

    1You Are My Sunshine5:20
    2Lovin' You3:40
    3High Wire3:46

    References

    A Different Scene Wikipedia


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