Adoration: Live in Atlanta

Adoration: Live in Atlanta

by Richard Smallwood


Product Details

Release Date: 04/30/1996
Label: Verity
UPC: 0012414301529
catalogNumber: 43015

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Richard Smallwood   Primary Artist,Piano,Piano (Grand)
Vanessa Williams   Alto,Alto (Vocal)
Stephanie Winslow   Soprano,Soprano (Vocal)
Jonathan DuBose   Guitar
Steven Ford   Keyboards,Hammond Organ
Bryant Pugh   Keyboards
Mark Walker   Bass Guitar
Mervyn Warren   Conductor
Tony Walker   Piano,Keyboards,Piano (Grand)
Dayle K. Atterberry   Tenor (Vocal)
Darlene Simmons-Whitaker   Soprano,Soprano (Vocal)
Raymond Reeder   Tenor (Vocal)
Debbie Steele-Hayden   Soprano (Vocal)
Jeffrey Waddy   Tenor (Vocal)
Joanne Johnson   Alto,Alto (Vocal)
Tara Fentress   Alto,Alto (Vocal)
Renee Adams   Alto,Alto (Vocal)
Maurette Brown Clark   Alto,Alto (Vocal)
Charisse D. Nelson   Alto,Alto (Vocal)
Angela Bell   Soprano,Soprano (Vocal)
Desi McClure   Soprano,Soprano (Vocal)
Sharon Orr   Alto,Alto (Vocal)
Byron Nichols   Tenor (Vocal)
Vernon Love   Tenor (Vocal)
Loree K. Slye   Soprano,Soprano (Vocal)
Carolene Hatchett   Soprano,Soprano (Vocal)
Shawn K. Hayden   Tenor (Vocal)
Rhonda Burnett   Soprano,Soprano (Vocal)
Burl Binion   Tenor (Vocal)

Technical Credits

Richard Smallwood   Arranger,Composer,Producer
Glenn Barratt   Engineer
Steve Bracey   Engineer
Steven Ford   Arranger,Director,Producer,Musical Director,Instrument Arrangement
Larry Goode   Engineer
Roger Holmes   Engineer,Executive Producer
Joe Neil   Engineer
Mervyn Warren   Composer
Tara Griggs-Magee   Executive Producer
Jackie Murphy   Art Direction
Mike Malak   Engineer
Ty Tyree   Engineer
Debbie Steele-Hayden   Contributor
John Francis Wade   Composer
Koko   Clothing Design

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Adoration: Live in Atlanta 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Adoration is a blessing to the world. Richard Smallwood's versatility was masterful in this CD. ''It's Working'' and ''Great Day'' exemplifies traditional gospel while ''Bless the Lord'' is more of a contemporary sound. After listening to Adoration, you'll want to lift your hands in ''Total Praise.''