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Victory (Narada Michael Walden album)

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Released  1980
Victory (1980)  Confidence (1982)
Release date  1980
Recorded  1979
Artist  Narada Michael Walden
Label  Rhino Atlantic
Victory (Narada Michael Walden album) httpsimgdiscogscom2hfWkiUgAFfHQKAqQbkYvmaCf
Genres  Soul music, Disco, Rhythm and blues
Producers  Narada Michael Walden, Bob Clearmountain
Similar  Narada Michael Walden albums, Soul music albums

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Victory is the fifth full-length studio release from noted R&B/soul/pop singer/songwriter/drummer/producer Narada Michael Walden. Released in 1980 on Atlantic, it featured him once again teaming up with producer Bob Clearmountain.


Track listing

All songs written by Narada Michael Walden, except where noted.

  1. "The Real Thang" (Walden, Bunny Hull, Corrado Rustici) 5:37
  2. "I Want You" (Walden, Rustici, Lisa Walden) 4:33
  3. "Take it to the Bossman" (Walden, Randy Jackson, Vicki Randle) 4:21
  4. "Alone Without You" (Walden, Hull) 4:28
  5. "Get Up!" 4:25
  6. "Lucky Fella" (Walden, Rustici) 4:22
  7. "You Will Find Your Way" 4:10
  8. "Victory Suite" 8:35
  9. "The Theme"
  10. "The Battle/Hero-Soldiers Battle the Hostile Forces"
  11. "Victory for the Hero-Soldiers"


  • Narada Michael Walden: Vocals, drums, percussion, piano
  • Randy Jackson: Bass
  • Corrado Rustici: Acoustic and electric guitars
  • Frank Martin: Keyboards, synthesizers, piano, vocal backing
  • The "See America Horns":
  • Marc Russo, Wayne Wallace: Alto and tenor saxophone
  • Bill Lamb, David Grover: Trumpet and flugelhorn
  • Production

  • Arranged by Narada Michael Walden
  • Produced by Narada Michael Walden and Bob Clearmountain
  • Recorded and mixed by Bob Clermountain; assistant recording engineers: Wayne Lewis, Willard Laurie
  • Mastered by Dennis King
  • Songs

    1The Real Thang5:28
    2I Want You4:47
    3Take It to the Bossman4:23


    Victory (Narada Michael Walden album) Wikipedia

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