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Prime Cuts: The Greatest Hits 1987-1999
     

Prime Cuts: The Greatest Hits 1987-1999

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by Grover Washington Jr.
 

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Product Details

Release Date:
08/04/2009
Label:
Sbme Special Mkts.
UPC:
0886974894124
catalogNumber:
748941
Rank:
38661

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Grover Washington   Primary Artist,Horn,Alto Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone,fairlight,fender rhodes,Horn Section
Phyllis Hyman   Vocals
Ron Carter   Acoustic Bass
Robin Eubanks   Trombone
Herbie Hancock   Piano
Billy Hart   Drums
Hank Jones   Piano
Grady Tate   Drums
Ray Obiedo   Guitar,Electric Guitar,Soloist
Ray Sepúlveda   Background Vocals
Gerald Veasley   Bass
Adam Holzman   Synthesizer,Keyboards,Clavinet,Wurlitzer
Al Alberts   Recorder
Bobby Allende   Percussion
Gabriela Anders   Background Vocals
Pablo Batista   Percussion,Conga
Randy Bowland   Guitar
Daryl Burgee   Percussion
Jimmy Cozier   Baritone Saxophone
Earl Gardner   Trumpet
Rudy Van Gelder   Recorder
David Gleeson   Recorder
Doug Grigsby   Bass
Dann Huff   Guitar,wah wah guitar
Peter Humphreys   Recorder
Ite Jerez   Trumpet
Bill Jolly   Keyboards
Lewis Kahn   Trombone
Jason Miles   Synthesizer
Cornelius Mims   Bass
George Mraz   Bass
Donald Robinson   Organ,Synthesizer,Piano,Keyboards,fender rhodes
Jim Salamone   Percussion,Drums,Keyboards,Linn Drum
Dan Shea   Drums,Keyboards,Synthesizer Bass
Jon Smeltz   Recorder
Richard Lee Steacker   Guitar
Darryl Washington   Timbales
Steve Wolf   Drums
John Bolden   Percussion,Keyboards,Vocals,keyboard bass
Eric Calvi   Recorder
Sergio George   Synthesizer,Piano,Background Vocals
Dionne Knighton   Background Vocals
Fernando Kral   Recorder
Chip Landry   Background Vocals
Teddy Bolden   Percussion,Keyboards,Vocals,keyboard bass
Phillips   Recorder
Martin Schmelzle   Recorder
Dana Jon Chapelle   Recorder
John Fig   Recorder
Bobby Lavell   Tenor Saxophone
Ruben Rodriquez   Bass
Bobby Watson   Alto Saxophone
Ellen Cohen   Bell-tree,Wind Chimes
Latesha Thierry   Background Vocals
Claude Woods   Background Vocals
Bobby Ray Watson   Alto Saxophone
Doug "The Bear" Grisby   Bass

Technical Credits

George "Wild Child" Butler   Executive Producer
Ron Carter   Composer
Paul Desmond   Composer
Slide Hampton   Arranger
Steven Berkowitz   Producer,Executive Producer
Al Alberts   Engineer
Todd Barkan   Producer
Nathaniel Burgess   Booking
George Butler   Executive Producer
Tony Carr   Executive Producer
Dana Jon Chappelle   Engineer
Rudy Van Gelder   Engineer
David Gleeson   Engineer
Peter Humphreys   Engineer
Tony Maserati   Engineer
Sami McKinney   Composer
Jason Miles   Programming
Marcus Miller   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Instrumentation
Michael O'Reilly   Engineer
Donald Robinson   Arranger,Composer,Producer,drum programming
Jim Salamone   Programming,Percussion Programming
Dan Shea   Arranger,Programming,Producer,Engineer,drum programming
Jon Smeltz   Engineer
Grover Washington   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Horn Arrangements
John Bolden   Arranger,Producer,Vocal Arrangements,drum programming,rhythm arrangement
Eric Calvi   Engineer
KC Porter   Composer
Sergio George   Arranger,Producer,Product Development
Fernando Kral   Engineer
Teddy Bolden   Arranger,Producer,Vocal Arrangements,drum programming,rhythm arrangement
Phillips   Engineer
David Lescoe   Engineer
Martin Schmelzle   Engineer
John Fig   Engineer
Karin Rybar   Composer
Woody Pornpitaksuk   Author
Joe Brauner   Booking
Jim Gosnell   Booking
Brett Steinberg   Booking
Mario Triado   Booking
Paul Silverthorne   Management

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Prime Cuts: The Greatest Hits 1987-1999 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
GROVER REALLY MIXED IT UP WITH THIS BUT IT LACKED THAT SOULFUL STRUT FROM THE LATE TO EARLY SEVENTIES.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Grover Washington Jr. puts it out on this one. Especially "Sacred kind of love" with Phyllis Hyman is a not-so-well-known song but shows just all the feelings and emotions Washington puts in his music. It`s such a tragedy that he passed by all too soon.