The Salsoul Orchestra - Up The Yellow Brick Road mp3 album
This album is dedicated to our mom and dad, Jack and Grace Cayre. The style of track B3: Evergreen (Love Theme From "A Star Is Born") is a ballad. Matrix, Runout (A-Side Label): SA 8500 A. Matrix, Runout (B-Side Label): SA 8500 B. Matrix, Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): TI SA 8500A-1 TM/JR. Matrix, Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): TI-1̶-SA-8500B-1 TM/JR.
THE SALSOUL ORCHESTRA was the brainchild of once MFSB member and legendary vibraphonist, Vincent Montana Jr. Formed in 1974, THE SALSOUL ORCHESTRA, house band for the remarkable Salsoul Records, sometimes featured up to 50 members amongst its ranks including a number of former musicians from MFSB. Released in 1978 and recorded at the famous Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, UP THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD was produced by the aforementioned Vincent Montana, J. and was mixed by the legendary Tom Moulton.
The Salsoul Orchestra was the backing band of session musicians for many acts on the New York City label Salsoul Records and, under its own name, recorded several hit singles and albums between 1975 and 1982. The orchestra was formed in 1974 and was disbanded in 1982. Their music featured elements of Philadelphia soul, funk, Latin and disco. The Salsoul Orchestra included up to 50 members and was created and masterminded for Salsoul Records by Philadelphia musician Vincent Montana, J. .
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Ease On Down the Road (From the Broadway Musical and Musical Film "The Wiz"). Set track as current obsession.
Auf Salsoul Records erschienen die bemerkenswerten Alben des Salsoul Orchestra, das immer dann zu Hochform auflief, wenn Interpreten wie beispielsweise Loleatta Holloway ('Runaway' 1977) oder Jocelyn Brown ('Take some time out for love' 1982) beteiligt waren. Up The Yellow Brick Road. Cover, Media grading.
Audio CD, Import, May 13, 2014. Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1.
Up the Yellow Brick Road. Keeping their hooky blend of Latin soul, disco beats, and big instrumental arrangements, the band soared, then foundered, as the decade progressed. A pairing with Charo on the lackluster Cuchi-Cuchi didn't put the Salsoul Orchestra in the best space to regale a tired audience.
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|A1||Ease On Down The Road
Written-By – Charles Small*
|West Side Story (Medley)||11:50|
|B1||Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
Written-By – John Lennon - Paul McCartney*
|Fiddler On The Roof (Medley)||12:25|
|B2.1||Fiddler On The Roof|
Written-By – Vincent Montana, Jr.
|B2.5||If I Were A Richman|
Arranged By – Vincent Montana, Jr.
|B2.7||Theme From "Exodus"
Written-By – Ernest Gold
|B3||Evergreen (Love Theme From "A Star Is Born")
Written-By – Barbra Streisand, Paul Williams
- Alto Saxophone – John Bonnie
- Art Direction [Art Director] – Stan Hochstadt
- Baritone Saxophone – William P. Zaccagni
- Bass – Gordon Edwards
- Cello – Richard Amoroso
- Congas, Timbales, Bongos – James Walker, Larry Washington
- Copyist – Jack Faith, Renée Farber, Tina Silverman
- Design – Lori L. Lambert
- Design [Graphics Supervisor] – Lloyd Gelassen
- Drums – Earl Young, Keith Benson (tracks: A2), Keith Benson (tracks: B2)
- Engineer [Mixing Engineer] – Arthur Stoppe
- Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Arthur Stoppe, Dirk Devlin, Jim Gallagher, Ken Present*
- Executive Producer – Joe Cayre, Stan Cayre, Ken Cayre
- Flute, Piccolo Flute – Jack Faith
- French Horn – Joseph "One And Only Lips" De Angelis*
- Guitar – Bobby "Electronic" Eli*, Ronnie "The Hawk" James*, T.J. Tindall*
- Keyboards – "Cotton" Kent*, Eddie Green
- Mastered By – Jose Rodriguez*
- Mixed By – Tom Moulton
- Other [Stylist] – David Carrington
- Photography By – Don Hunstein
- Producer, Arranged By, Conductor, Timpani [Tympani], Bells, Chimes, Vibraphone [Vibraharp] – Vincent Montana, Jr.
- Soloist, Clarinet – George Shaw (tracks: B2)
- Synthesizer – Bill O'Brien
- Technician [Recording Technician] – Darrell Rogers, Jim Dougherty, Judy Stewart, Peter Humphreys, Rocky Schnaars
- Trombone – Edward Cascarella, Fred C. Linge*, Richard Genovese, Robert Moore, Roger De Lillo*
- Trumpet – Evan Solot, Joseph Cataldo, Rocco Bene
- Viola – Anthony Sinagoga, Davis Barnett
- Violin – Americus Mungiole*, Charles Apollonia, Christine Reeves, Diane Barnett, Don Renaldo, Rudolph Malizia, Vito J. Casiello*
- Vocals – Barbara Ingram, Carla Benson, Evette Benton, The Sweethearts Of Sigma*
- Written-By – Jerry Bock (tracks: B2), Leonard Bernstein (tracks: A2), Sheldon Harnick (tracks: B2), Stephen Sondheim (tracks: A2)
NotesManufactured by RCA Limited, Sydney, Australia
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): SA 8500-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): SA 8500-B
|SA 8500||The Salsoul Orchestra||Up The Yellow Brick Road (LP, Album)||Salsoul Records||SA 8500||US||1978|
|6.23402||The Salsoul Orchestra||Up The Yellow Brick Road (LP, Album)||Salsoul Records||6.23402||Germany||1978|
|MFP 54771||The Salsoul Orchestra||Up The Yellow Brick Road (LP, Album)||Salsoul Records||MFP 54771||South Africa||1978|
|S8 - 8500||The Salsoul Orchestra||Up The Yellow Brick Road (8-Trk, Album)||Salsoul Records||S8 - 8500||Canada||1978|
|RJ-7378||The Salsoul Orchestra||Up The Yellow Brick Road (LP, Album)||Salsoul Records||RJ-7378||Japan||1978|