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Song Bird

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Released  October 28, 1977
Label  Columbia
Genre  R&B, Soul
Recorded  April-July, 1977 at Devonshire Studios (Los Angeles, California)
Producer  Maurice White, Jerry Peters
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Song Bird is a 1977 album by American singer Deniece Williams released by Columbia Records on October 28, 1977. The album went to number 23 and number 66 on the Black and Pop album Charts respectively. The single "Baby, Baby My Love's All For You" reached number 13 and number 32 on the Black and UK singles.


  • Deniece Williams - vocals
  • Al McKay, Charles Fearing, John Rowin, Jr., Marlo Henderson - guitar
  • Nathan Watts, Verdine White - bass
  • Jerry Peters - piano
  • Larry Dunn - synthesizer
  • David Garibaldi, Fred White, Maurice White - drums
  • Paulinho da Costa - percussion
  • Victor Feldman - vibraphone
  • Andrew Woolfolk, Azar Lawrence, Don Myrick, George Patterson - saxophone
  • Charles Loper, George Bohanon, Louis Satterfield - trombone
  • Chuck Findley, Michael Harris, Oscar Brashear, Steve Madaio - trumpet
  • Deniece Williams, Maurice White, Sidney Barnes - background vocals
  • Tom Tom 84 (Tom Washington) - string and horn arrangements
  • Technical
  • Warren Dewey - engineer
  • Nancy Donald - design
  • Kenneth McGowan - photography
  • References

    Song Bird Wikipedia

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