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All Music Guide - Rob Theakston
The late '70s found Jean Carn making the transformation from esteemed jazz singer to session musician to lead vocalist in her own rite, courtesy of the mighty juggernaut production machine that was Philly International's Gamble & Huff. These two albums -- 1977's eponymous debut and the 1978 follow-up -- were the inaugural releases for her stewardship with the label and find Gamble & Huff collaborating with Dexter Wansel and the other powerhouse production team of McFadden & Whitehead to produce 17 tracks of distinctive Philly soul, with "Free Love" being her most commercially successful recording. Many of the songs would later go on to be popular cult ...
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All Music Guide - Rob Theakston
The late '70s found Jean Carn making the transformation from esteemed jazz singer to session musician to lead vocalist in her own rite, courtesy of the mighty juggernaut production machine that was Philly International's Gamble & Huff. These two albums -- 1977's eponymous debut and the 1978 follow-up -- were the inaugural releases for her stewardship with the label and find Gamble & Huff collaborating with Dexter Wansel and the other powerhouse production team of McFadden & Whitehead to produce 17 tracks of distinctive Philly soul, with "Free Love" being her most commercially successful recording. Many of the songs would later go on to be popular cult favorites at such esteemed disco clubs as the Paradise Garage, Heaven and Studio 54. Carn's vocal stylings closely resembles Phyllis Hyman's (who would also record for Philly International in the twilight of her career), and fans of either singer will enjoy having all of these fantastic tunes together in one place.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/25/2006
  • Label: Diablo Records Uk
  • UPC: 740155440527
  • Catalog Number: 405

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Jean Carn Primary Artist
Dexter Wansel Synthesizer, Keyboards
Carla Benson Background Vocals
Roland Chambers Guitar
Bobby Conga Percussion
David Cruse Percussion
Don Renaldo Strings, Horn
Steve Gold Synthesizer, Keyboards
Derrick Graves Bass
Eddie Green Keyboards
Dennis Harris Guitar
Leon Huff Keyboards
Barbara Ingram Background Vocals
Billy Friday Johnson Drums
Herb Smith Guitar
Theodore Wortham Sr. Keyboards
Charlie Collins Drums
Michael "Sugar Bear" Foreman Bass
Technical Credits
Wayne Shorter Composer
Doug Carn Composer
Dexter Wansel Arranger, Composer, Producer
Joe Brooks Composer
Victor Carstarphen Composer, Producer
Jack Faith Arranger, Producer
Jim Gallagher Engineer
Kenny Gamble Composer, Producer, Executive Producer
Leon Huff Composer, Producer, Executive Producer
Michael Hutchinson Engineer
Ed Lee Art Direction
Jay Mark Engineer
G. McFadden Composer
Gene McFadden Producer
Kenny Present Engineer
Richard Rome Arranger
Joe Tarsia Engineer
Wayne Wilfong Engineer
Peter Rynston Mastering
Tony Rounce Liner Notes
William Bloom Producer
D. Brown Composer
John L. Usry Jr. Arranger
Jeffrey Stewart Engineer
Douglas Brown Producer
Vinnie Barrett Composer
Sherman Marshall Composer, Producer
Thomas Wallington Producer
Bobby Martin Arranger
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    SHE IS A TRUE WOMAN

    She is one of the most profound undercover singers ever and should go in the book as a realist woman when it comes to singing from a woman's heart.

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