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Pat Stallworth - Questions Album

Pat Stallworth - Questions Album
Performer: Pat Stallworth
Title: Questions
Country: US
Genre: Funk & Rythm
Released: 04 Mar 1974
Catalog number: FBN12673, 4021-24
Label: Fly-By-Nite Records
MP3 album szie: 2803 mb
FLAC album size: 2378 mb

Tracklist

1Questions (Part 2)2:43
2Questions (Part I)3:43

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FBN12673, 4021-248Pat Stallworth Questions ‎(7", Ltd, RE)Fly-By-Nite Records, The Numero GroupFBN12673, 4021-248US2012
NUM 045.31Pat Stallworth Questions ‎(7", Single, RE)Numero Group, Fly-By-Nite RecordsNUM 045.31US2012

Credits

  • Arranged ByLarry Ross (tracks: B)
  • Engineer [Audio Engineer]Arnie Rosenberg
  • Producer, Arranged By, Written-ByBill Jacocks

Notes

JR-Music BMI
Recorded at Agency Recording Studios
Cleveland, Ohio
Recording session took place in mid to late February, 1974, pressings from Queen City Albums took a few days and the record was released in early March, my press clippings indicate March 3rd, or 4th.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 402124-A 323 -OM- 1184
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 402124-B 323 1185
  • Rights Society: BMI

Companies

  • Published By – JR-Music
  • Recorded At – Agency Recording Studios

Short intro

Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and STALLWORTH - Questions. andre navarro II. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Listen free to Pat Stallworth Questions Questions Part I, Questions Part 2. 2 tracks 6:26. Playing tracks by. Pat Stalworth. NUM , RE 20121974. Questions Part 1 02. Questions Part 2. Pat Stallworth: Questions Pt 1 & 19742016 William C. This Love Part 1 & Some Of Part 2 - Bobby Stallworth. Questions, Pt. Overview . Attributes . Appears On. Various Artists. Eccentric Soul: Omnibus. Pat Stallworth. Questions pt. 1 & 2 7 inch. 7 Vinyl UK. Numero Group, . Stallworth s biography remains a mere sketch, a 22-year-old wife and mother when news anchor Bill Jacocks saw her perform at the Karamu House community theater in Cleveland, little else about her is known. Years later, word on the street was that Stallworth had gotten caught up in the drug scene, but during their brief interaction in 1974, Jacocks penned and Stallworth delicately performed Questions parts I and II, together creating a silky funk masterpiece. Jason Stallworth Music. Today at 15:51. This is one of the most diverse instrumental songs I've ever written. English UK. B1Questions Part 2. Questions Part 1&2. Numero Group Item No: 430720. Vinyl 7 2015, US Original New. Pat Stallworth - Questions pt. A New Day, Pt. Artist: J. Album: Unleashed, 2016
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Itiannta
Itiannta
In your CREDITS you have Larry Ross listed as the sole arranger for track:B,It should read Arranged by-Bill Jacocks and Larry Ross ( even the label for the B side says Larry Ross AND Bill Jacocks). How do I know? I am the writer, producer, arranger, copyright owner, etc. of this record, the second and last on my Fly-By-Nite label. Larry Ross,whom I consider a musical genius, had nothing to do with the writing of this music, but was, indeed, contributive to the arranging.
Hi, this is Dr. Larry Ross. Here is why Bill put listed me as co-arranger on Questions 2 (the B side of the 45). When you hear the classical guitar come in, that is the 'hook' that I added on the session, because Bill needed to 'stretch' the tune, to finish side B. I just happened to bring my classical guitar with me, because I was 'into that' at the time. Thus, I came up with a new lick, and brought in the brass and woodwinds to support it (Bill did not do brass and woodwinds). The players on this session were Pierre DeMudd (trumpet), Rasool Carey (woodwinds), Ulysses Young (Trombone), Tracy Pruitt (bass), James Ensley (drums), and I played a Les Paul Custom Black Beauty electric guitar, classical guitar, and piano. You will not hear the lick played on classical guitar on Questions 1, because it had not been invented yet. It sounded good to Bill, and Arnie who was a legendary recording engineer, and that's how it got in. We did the session at Agency Recording which was located above The Agora nightclub on the Cleveland State University campus. The band, known as Mother Braintree, had been playing for Motown artist Edwin Starr at The Apollo Theater, The Copacabana, and other venues since June, 1971, before Edwin left for Europe. Importantly, the band did recording sessions in Detroit in the late 1970s - early 1980s produced by the famous E. Rodney King (Chicago radio personality) and his friend Al Perkins (producer of One Way, and others). Al Perkins was killed in Detroit, and the tracks were never released: however, they were awesome because we had keyboardist Carl Slaughter (a George Duke expert) and his friend Roger (awesome soprano and tenor saxophone soloist). The song that I wrote along with keyboardist Ameer Akram "Are You Coming Back To Stay" had an arrangement that was off the charts, and if anyone ever finds those track that Mother Braintree recorded in Detroit, it might be a hidden treasure? The band never really recovered after the Al Perkins's murder (we were in Cleveland when it happened, so we were just told about it); Sun-Ray Productions signed The Dazz Band, and they wanted to sign Mother Braintree, but we objected to the terms of the contract. Pierre DeMudd and Wayne Preston went with The Dazz Band, and they won a Grammy, while the rest of us formed other groups (I formed a fusion jazz group called Eclipse with bassist Tracy Pruitt, keyboardist/flutist Terry Quisenberry, and drummer Clarence Coster). So that's what happened: you had to be there, and playing, to know what was going on.