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Al Green

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The Belle Album

   


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Format: LP
Condition: VERY GOOD PLUS (VG+) / VERY GOOD (VG) (Media / Cover)    More Info
Label: Pye Records HLP6004
Country: UK
Released: 1977
Genre: Soul
Num In Set: 1
Quantity: 1 in stock
Seller Ref:   481654558

Record has very light superficial scuffs. Sleeve has general wear heavier on the edges, creasing, some sticker damage on the front.

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Tracklist
 
A1Belle4:45
A2Loving You3:33
A3Feels Like Summer3:43
A4Georgia Boy6:59
B1I Feel Good5:17
B2All N All3:37
B3Chariots Of Fire3:53
B4Dream7:28


Credits
Backing Vocals - Harvey Jones, Linda Jones, Margaret Foxworth
Clavinet, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] - Leon Thomas
Co-producer, Written-By, Arranged By, Bass, Bells [Lyre] - Reuben Fairfax, Jr.
Co-producer, Written-By, Arranged By, Engineer, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Synthesizer [Roland String Ensemble, Polyphonic Orchestron], Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Engineer [Remix] - Fred Jordan
Drums - Ardis Hardin (Tracks: A1)
Drums, Electronic Drums [Syndrum] - John Toney
Electronic Drums [Syndrum] - Rob Payne
Engineer [Remix] - Bill Cantrell
Guitar - James Bass
Photography By - Jim Shackelford
Piano, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] - Johnny Brown
Producer, Written-By, Arranged By, Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Engineer [Remix] - Al Green
Saxophone - Buddy Jarrett, Ron Echols
Trumpet, Flugelhorn - Darryl Neely

Notes
The Belle Album is a celebration of something new. A new Al Green. For the first time in his seven years as a singer, Al is writing all his own songs, producing them in his own Memphis studio, and acting as his own lead guitarist.

Al says he wants his new music to "make you shout for joy" and if you can sit still when the new Al Green hits your turntable, you'd better check to see if you're still alive.

Recorded at American Music Recording Studios, 3208 Winchester Road, Memphis, Tennessee 38108

"This album is respectfully dedicated to the memory of my father, Robert Green, Sr. and DeWitt Jordan" - Al Green

Special thanks: The Howard Bloom Organization, Ltd., Buddy Jarrett and Darryl Neely for assisting with the horn arrangements.

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