The Platinum Collection

~ Release by Detroit Spinners (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1I’ll Be Around
recording engineer:
Joe Tarsia (engineer)
producer:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer)
bass:
Ron Baker (in 1973)
drums (drum set):
Earl Young (in 1973)
percussion [vibraphone, marimba]:
Vince Montana (in 1973)
piano:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer) (in 1973)
background vocals:
Yvette Benson (in 1973), Carla Benton (in 1973) and Barbara Ingram (in 1973)
baritone vocals:
Henry Fambrough (in 1973)
bass vocals:
Pervis Jackson (in 1973)
tenor vocals:
Billy Henderson (Former member of The Spinners) (in 1973), Bobbie Smith (r&b singer) (in 1973) and Philippé Wynne (in 1973)
conductor:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer) (in 1973)
remixer:
Joe Tarsia (engineer)
arranger:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US)
recorded at:
Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (in 1973)
mixed at:
Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
recording of:
I’ll Be Around (in 1973)
composer:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer) and Phil Hurtt
publisher:
Mighty Three Music Ld. and Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
Detroit Spinners53:14
2Could It Be I’m Falling in Love
recording engineer:
Joe Tarsia (engineer)
producer:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer)
bass:
Ron Baker (in 1973)
drums (drum set):
Earl Young (in 1973)
percussion [vibraphone, marimba]:
Vince Montana (in 1973)
piano:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer) (in 1973)
background vocals:
Yvette Benson (in 1973), Carla Benton (in 1973) and Barbara Ingram (in 1973)
baritone vocals:
Henry Fambrough (in 1973)
bass vocals:
Pervis Jackson (in 1973)
tenor vocals:
Billy Henderson (Former member of The Spinners) (in 1973), Bobbie Smith (r&b singer) (in 1973) and Philippé Wynne (in 1973)
conductor:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer) (in 1973)
remixer:
Joe Tarsia (engineer)
arranger:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US)
recorded at:
Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (in 1973)
mixed at:
Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
recording of:
Could It Be I’m Falling in Love (in 1973)
writer:
Melvin Steals and Mervin Steals
publisher:
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996), Warner Chappell North America and Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
Detroit Spinners54:16
3One of a Kind (Love Affair)
recording engineer:
Joe Tarsia (engineer)
producer:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer)
bass:
Ron Baker (in 1973)
drums (drum set):
Earl Young (in 1973)
percussion [vibraphone, marimba]:
Vince Montana (in 1973)
piano:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer) (in 1973)
background vocals:
Yvette Benson (in 1973), Carla Benton (in 1973) and Barbara Ingram (in 1973)
baritone vocals:
Henry Fambrough (in 1973)
bass vocals:
Pervis Jackson (in 1973)
tenor vocals:
Billy Henderson (Former member of The Spinners) (in 1973), Bobbie Smith (r&b singer) (in 1973) and Philippé Wynne (in 1973)
conductor:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer) (in 1973)
remixer:
Joe Tarsia (engineer)
arranger:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US)
recorded at:
Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (in 1973)
mixed at:
Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
recording of:
One of a Kind (in 1973)
lyricist and composer:
Joseph Jefferson (70s soul/funk)
publisher:
Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
Detroit Spinners43:34
4Ghetto Child
recording engineer:
Joe Tarsia (engineer)
producer:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer)
bass:
Ron Baker (in 1973)
drums (drum set):
Earl Young (in 1973)
percussion [vibraphone, marimba]:
Vince Montana (in 1973)
piano:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer) (in 1973)
background vocals:
Yvette Benson (in 1973), Carla Benton (in 1973) and Barbara Ingram (in 1973)
baritone vocals:
Henry Fambrough (in 1973)
bass vocals:
Pervis Jackson (in 1973)
tenor vocals:
Billy Henderson (Former member of The Spinners) (in 1973), Bobbie Smith (r&b singer) (in 1973) and Philippé Wynne (in 1973)
conductor:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer) (in 1973)
remixer:
Joe Tarsia (engineer)
arranger:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US)
recorded at:
Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (in 1973)
mixed at:
Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
recording of:
Ghetto Child (in 1973)
composer:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer) and Linda Creed
publisher:
Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
Detroit Spinners53:50
5Mighty Love (Part One)
Detroit Spinners3:17
6I’m Coming Home
Detroit Spinners3:25
7Then Came You
guest vocals:
Dionne Warwick
performer:
The Spinners (US R&B/soul group, aka The Detroit Spinners)
recording of:
Then Came You
writer:
Sherman Marshall and Philip Pugh
Detroit Spinners feat. Dionne Warwick4.54:01
8Love Don’t Love Nobody
recording of:
Love Don't Love Nobody
writer:
Joseph Jefferson (70s soul/funk) and Charles Simmons (70s soul/funk)
publisher:
Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
partial recording of:
Love Don't Love Nobody
writer:
Joseph Jefferson (70s soul/funk) and Charles Simmons (70s soul/funk)
publisher:
Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
Detroit Spinners3:37
9How Could I Let You Get Away
recording engineer:
Joe Tarsia (engineer)
producer:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer)
bass:
Ron Baker (in 1973)
drums (drum set):
Earl Young (in 1973)
percussion [vibraphone, marimba]:
Vince Montana (in 1973)
piano:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer) (in 1973)
background vocals:
Yvette Benson (in 1973), Carla Benton (in 1973) and Barbara Ingram (in 1973)
baritone vocals:
Henry Fambrough (in 1973)
bass vocals:
Pervis Jackson (in 1973)
tenor vocals:
Billy Henderson (Former member of The Spinners) (in 1973), Bobbie Smith (r&b singer) (in 1973) and Philippé Wynne (in 1973)
conductor:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer) (in 1973)
remixer:
Joe Tarsia (engineer)
arranger:
Thom Bell (keyboards, songwriter, producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US)
recorded at:
Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (in 1973)
mixed at:
Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
recording of:
How Could I Let You Get Away (in 1973)
lyricist and composer:
Yvette Davis
publisher:
Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
Detroit Spinners33:50
10Living a Little, Laughing a Little
Detroit Spinners3:18
11Sadie
Detroit Spinners3:37
12They Just Can’t Stop It (The Games People Play)
Detroit Spinners3:32
13Love or Leave
Detroit Spinners3:33
14Wake Up Susan
Detroit Spinners3:28
15The Rubberband Man
Detroit Spinners4.653:36
16You’re Throwing a Good Love Away
Detroit Spinners3:46
17If You Wanna Do a Dance
Detroit Spinners3:46
18Working My Way Back to You / Forgive Me Girl
medley including a recording of:
Forgive Me Girl
writer:
Michael Zager
medley including a cover recording of:
Working My Way Back to You
writer:
Sandy Linzer and Denny Randell
publisher:
Ardmore and Beechwood Ltd., EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!), Saturday Music, Inc. and Seasons 4 Music
Detroit Spinners4:06
19Cupid / I’ve Loved for a Long Time
Detroit Spinners3:58
20Cupid / I’ve Loved for a Long Time
Detroit Spinners3:33

Credits

Release

part of:Warner Platinum (The Platinum Collection) (order: 58)
ASIN:FR: B000MV91WA [info]