Title: The Way We Were
Style: Soul-Jazz, Funk
Cat: SD 18145
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2464 mb | MP3 size: 2407 mb | WMA size: 1739 mb
|1||Brown Eyed Girl|
Arranged By – Richard RomeWritten-By – C. Jasper, E. Isley, M. Isley, O. Isley, R. Isley, R. Isley
|2||Pick Up The Pieces|
Arranged By – Bob BabbittWritten-By – AWB, Hamish Stuart, Roger Ball
|3||The Way We Were|
Arranged By – Richard RomeWritten-By – Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Marvin Hamlisch
Arranged By – Ron KerseyWritten-By – C. Jasper, E. Isley, M. Isley, O. Isley, R. Isley, R. Isley
Arranged By – Tony BellWritten-By – Bobby Eli, Vinnie Barrett
Arranged By [Rhythm] – Ron KerseyArranged By [Strings & Horns] – Tony BellWritten-By – Bob Crewe, Kenny Nolan
|7||Then Came You|
Arranged By – Tony BellWritten-By – P. Pugh, S. Marshall
Arranged By – Tony BellWritten-By – Barry White
|9||Shame, Shame, Shame|
Arranged By – Bob BabbittWritten-By – Sylvia Robinson
Arranged By [Rhythm] – Tony BellArranged By [Strings & Horns] – Jack FaithWritten-By – W. Beck, C. Satchell, J. Williams, L. Bonner, M. Jones, M. Pierce, R. Middlebrooks
|SD 18145||Willis Jackson||The Way We Were (LP, Album)||Atlantic||SD 18145||US||1975|
|SD 18145||Willis Jackson||The Way We Were (LP, Album, TP)||Atlantic||SD 18145||US||1975|
|SD 18145||Willis Jackson||The Way We Were (LP, Album)||Atlantic||SD 18145||New Zealand||1975|
|SD 18145||Willis Jackson||The Way We Were (LP, Album)||Atlantic||SD 18145||Australia||1975|
- Arranged By [Vocals] – Phil Hurtt
- Backing Vocals – Barbara Ingram, Carla Benton, Evette Benson, Kenny Present, Lucille Dunbar, Phil Hurtt
- Bass – Bob Babbitt
- Congas – Larry Washington
- Copyist – Chiefy Salaam, Jack Faith, Tina Lewin
- Drums – Charles Collins
- Engineer – Carl Paruolo, Don Murray, Jay Mark, Kenny Present, Mike Hutchinson
- Engineer [Assistant] – Dirk Devlin, Jim Gallagher, Peter Humphries
- Engineer [Mastering] – Nimitr Sarikananda
- Flute – Jack Faith
- French Horn, Tuba [Tubin] – Pete DiAngelis
- Guitar – Bobby Eli, Tony Bell
- Harp – Walt Pfeil
- Keyboards – Richard Rome, Ron Kersey
- Producer – Phil Hurtt, Tony Bell
- Strings – Don Renaldo & His Philadelphia Strings
- Tambourine – Jay Mark, Phil Hurtt, Thom Bell, Tony Bell
- Tenor Saxophone – Willis Jackson
- Trombone – Fred Joiner
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – John Wilson , Bobby Hartzel, Rocco Bene
- Vibraphone [Vibes] – Jim Nelson
- Vocals [All Male Vocals] – Phil Hurtt
Printed on back cover:
[A1] Colgems, ASCAP
[A2] Bovina, ASCAP
[A3] Friday's Child/Poo-Poo/W.I.M.O.T./Six Strings, BMI
[A4] Bovina, ASCAP
[A5] Sa-Vette/January, BMI
[B1] Ohio Players Music/Unichappell, BMI
[B2] Stone Diamond/TannyBoy, BMI-Kenny Nolan Publishing, ASCAP
[B3] Mighty Three, BMI administered by Blackwood Music, Inc.
[B4] Gambi, BMI
[B5] Average Music, BMI administered by Cotillion Music, Inc.
Recorded at Sigma Sound Studio, Philadelphia. Pa.
Mastered at Frankford Wayne Mastering Lab, Philadelphia, Pa.
℗ © 1975 Atlantic Recording Corporation
[Warner 'W' logo] A Warner Communications Company
Manufactured and distributed by:
Fabrique et distribue par:
WEA Music of Canada, Ltd.
WEA Musique du Canada, Ltee.
Printed on spine:
[Ever Reddy 'ER' logo] Printed
Printed on labels:
Manufactured and distributed by WEA Music of Canada, Ltd.
- Rights Society (A1, A2, A4, B2): ASCAP
- Rights Society (A3, A5, B1, B3 to B5): BMI
- Matrix / Runout (A label matrix): ST-A-753411 PR
- Matrix / Runout (B label matrix): ST-A-753412 PR
- Matrix / Runout (A runout etched, º stamped): ST-A-753411 PR-1A-2G: º
- Matrix / Runout (B runout etched, º stamped): ST-A-753412 PR-1A-2G: º
- Record Company – Warner Communications
- Recorded At – Sigma Sound Studios
- Mastered At – Frankford/Wayne Recording Labs
- Manufactured By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
- Manufactured By – WEA Musique Du Canada Ltée.
- Distributed By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
- Distributed By – WEA Musique Du Canada Ltée.
- Printed By – Ever Reddy
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Published By – Colgems
- Published By – Bovina
- Published By – Friday's Child
- Published By – Poo-Poo
- Published By – Wimot
- Published By – Six Strings
- Published By – Sa Vette
- Published By – January
- Published By – Ohio Players Music
- Published By – Unichappell
- Published By – Stone Diamond
- Published By – Tanny Boy
- Published By – Kenny Nolan Publishing
- Published By – Mighty Three
- Published By – Blackwood Music Inc.
- Published By – Gambi
- Published By – Average Music
- Lacquer Cut At – Columbia Records of Canada, Ltd.
- Mastered At – Customatrix
- Pressed By – Columbia Records of Canada, Ltd.
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