Devil’s Got Your Tongue

~ Release by Abbey Lincoln (see all versions of this release, 4 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleRatingLength
1Rainbow
assistant engineer:
Doug McKean and Sandy Palmer
engineer:
Rick Applegate and J. Newland
producer:
Jean-Philippe Allard
double bass:
Marcus McLaurine (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
drums (drum set):
Yoron Israel (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
piano:
Rodney Kendrick (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
choir vocals:
The Noel Singers (children's choir) (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lead vocals:
Abbey Lincoln (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
conductor:
Randolph Noel (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
recorded at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
mixed at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
Rainbow (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lyricist:
Abbey Lincoln
composer:
Melba Liston
4:47
2Evalina Coffey (The Legend Of)
assistant engineer:
Doug McKean and Sandy Palmer
engineer:
Rick Applegate and J. Newland
producer:
Jean-Philippe Allard
double bass:
Marcus McLaurine (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
drums (drum set):
Grady Tate (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
piano:
Rodney Kendrick (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
trombone:
J.J. Johnson (Jazz/bop trombonist/session leader) (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
viola:
Maxine Roach (violist) (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lead vocals:
Abbey Lincoln (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
recorded at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
mixed at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
Evalina Coffey (The Legend Of) (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lyricist and composer:
Abbey Lincoln
7:09
3Story of My Father
assistant engineer:
Doug McKean and Sandy Palmer
engineer:
Rick Applegate and J. Newland
producer:
Jean-Philippe Allard
double bass:
Marcus McLaurine (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
drums (drum set):
Grady Tate (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
piano:
Rodney Kendrick (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
background vocals:
Cleotha Staples (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25), Mavis Staples (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25) and Roebuck “Pops” Staples (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lead vocals:
Abbey Lincoln (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
recorded at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
mixed at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
Story of My Father (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lyricist and composer:
Abbey Lincoln
5:35
4A Child Is Born
assistant engineer:
Doug McKean and Sandy Palmer
engineer:
Rick Applegate and J. Newland
producer:
Jean-Philippe Allard
double bass:
Marcus McLaurine (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
drums (drum set):
Grady Tate (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
piano:
Rodney Kendrick (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
trombone:
J.J. Johnson (Jazz/bop trombonist/session leader) (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lead vocals:
Abbey Lincoln (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
recorded at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
mixed at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
A Child Is Born (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lyricist:
Alec Wilder
composer:
Thad Jones
publisher:
D'accord Music
version of:
A Child Is Born (Original instrumental version)
6:25
5People in Me
assistant engineer:
Doug McKean and Sandy Palmer
engineer:
Rick Applegate and J. Newland
producer:
Jean-Philippe Allard
double bass:
Marcus McLaurine (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
drums (drum set):
Yoron Israel (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
piano:
Rodney Kendrick (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
tenor saxophone:
Stanley Turrentine (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
choir vocals:
The Noel Singers (children's choir) (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lead vocals:
Abbey Lincoln (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
conductor:
Randolph Noel (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
recorded at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
mixed at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
People in Me (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lyricist and composer:
Abbey Lincoln
6:18
6A Circle of Love
assistant engineer:
Doug McKean and Sandy Palmer
engineer:
Rick Applegate and J. Newland
producer:
Jean-Philippe Allard
double bass:
Marcus McLaurine (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
drums (drum set):
Yoron Israel (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
piano:
Rodney Kendrick (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
viola:
Maxine Roach (violist) (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
choir vocals:
The Noel Singers (children's choir) (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lead vocals:
Abbey Lincoln (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
conductor:
Randolph Noel (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
recorded at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
mixed at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
A Circle of Love (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lyricist and composer:
Abbey Lincoln
6:00
7Jungle Queen
assistant engineer:
Doug McKean and Sandy Palmer
engineer:
Rick Applegate and J. Newland
producer:
Jean-Philippe Allard
agogô:
Sulé O'Uhuru (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
ashiko:
Kehinde O'Uhuru (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25) and Babatunde Olatunji (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
djembe:
Sulé O'Uhuru (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25) and Babatunde Olatunji (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
junjung [jun-jun]:
Gordy Ryan (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
membranophone [ngoma] and shekere [sekere]:
Babatunde Olatunji (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lead vocals:
Abbey Lincoln (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
recorded at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
mixed at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
Jungle Queen (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lyricist and composer:
Abbey Lincoln
6:14
8The Merry Dancer
assistant engineer:
Doug McKean and Sandy Palmer
engineer:
Rick Applegate and J. Newland
producer:
Jean-Philippe Allard
double bass:
Marcus McLaurine (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
drums (drum set):
Yoron Israel (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
piano:
Rodney Kendrick (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
tenor saxophone:
Stanley Turrentine (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lead vocals:
Abbey Lincoln (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
recorded at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
mixed at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
The Merry Dancer (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lyricist and composer:
Abbey Lincoln
7:54
9Devil’s Got Your Tongue
assistant engineer:
Doug McKean and Sandy Palmer
engineer:
Rick Applegate and J. Newland
producer:
Jean-Philippe Allard
double bass:
Marcus McLaurine (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
drums (drum set):
Yoron Israel (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
piano:
Rodney Kendrick (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lead vocals:
Abbey Lincoln (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
recorded at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
mixed at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
Devil's Got Your Tongue (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lyricist and composer:
Abbey Lincoln
5:57
10Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year
assistant engineer:
Doug McKean and Sandy Palmer
engineer:
Rick Applegate and J. Newland
producer:
Jean-Philippe Allard
double bass:
Marcus McLaurine (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
drums (drum set):
Grady Tate (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
piano:
Rodney Kendrick (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
tenor saxophone:
Stanley Turrentine (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
trombone:
J.J. Johnson (Jazz/bop trombonist/session leader) (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lead vocals:
Abbey Lincoln (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
recorded at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
mixed at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lyricist and composer:
Frank Loesser
7:51
11The Music Is the Magic
assistant engineer:
Doug McKean and Sandy Palmer
engineer:
Rick Applegate and J. Newland
producer:
Jean-Philippe Allard
double bass:
Marcus McLaurine (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
drums (drum set):
Grady Tate (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
piano:
Rodney Kendrick (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
tenor saxophone:
Stanley Turrentine (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
background vocals:
Cleotha Staples (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25), Mavis Staples (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25) and Roebuck “Pops” Staples (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lead vocals:
Abbey Lincoln (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
recorded at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
mixed at:
BMG Studios in Theater District, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
Music Is the Magic (from 1992-02-24 until 1992-02-25)
lyricist and composer:
Abbey Lincoln
5:49