Harman Patil

Groove Patrol

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
Released  1983
Artist  High Inergy
Genre  Rhythm and blues
Label  Gordy 6041 GL
Release date  1983
Groove Patrol httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediaenthumb6
Producer  George Tobin in association with Mike Piccirillo
Similar  Shoulda Gone Dancin', Steppin' Out, Turnin' On, Hold On, Frenzy

High inergy groove patrol 1983


Groove Patrol was the eighth and final album by High Inergy. It was unique among their albums because instead of using a plethora of producers, the entire album was produced by the same production team. It featured the song, "He's a Pretender," that was a Top 30 Dance single on Billboard and one of their few recordings to hit the Hot 100 pop charts. Smokey Robinson also appeared on two songs. The song, "So Right" was also the title track of the group's previous album. "Groove Patrol" peaked at #62 on the R&B charts.

Contents

High inergy groove patrol 1983


Track listing

The following is the track listing from the original vinyl LP.

Side One
  1. "Dirty Boyz" (Gary Goetzman/Mike Piccirillo) - 3:59
  2. "Rock My Heart" (Gary Goetzman/Mike Piccirillo) - 3:43
  3. "He's a Pretender" (Gary Goetzman/Mike Piccirillo) - 5:25
  4. "Groove Patrol" (Gary Goetzman/Mike Piccirillo) - 4:14
Side Two
  1. "Blame It on Love" (David Deluca/Ted Munda) - 3:36 (Featuring Smokey Robinson)
  2. "Back in My Arms Again" (Brian Holland/Lamont Dozier/Edward Holland, Jr.) - 3:11
  3. "So Right" (Gary Goetzman/Mike Piccirillo) - 3:17
  4. "Just a Touch Away" (David Deluca/Ted Munda) - 4:05 (Featuring Smokey Robinson)

Production

The following information comes from the original vinyl LP.

  • Producers and arrangers: George Tobin in association with Mike Piccirillo for George Tobin Productions, Inc.
  • Executive Producer: Berry Gordy
  • Session musicians

    The following information comes from the original vinyl LP.

  • Mike Piccirillo, guitars - synthesizers, drums, bells, melodica, background vocals on "Blame It on Love" only
  • Bill Cuomo - acoustic piano, Fender Rhodes, synthesizers, bass synthesizers, all keyboard solos
  • George Tobin - syn drums
  • Abraham Laboriel - bass on "Blame It on Love"
  • Rick Zunigar - guitar on "Blame It on Love"
  • Maxine Waters Willard - additional background vocals on "So Right"
  • Julia Waters Tillman - additional background vocals on "So Right"
  • References

    Groove Patrol Wikipedia


    Similar Topics
    Frenzy
    Shoulda Gone Dancin'
    Turnin' On
    Topics