Bobbye Hall is now retired from the music business. Come on, Bobbye! Get this album to CD! I think out of all the 70's albums I have, this has got to be the most interesting. First of all, she plays percussion. Musicians: Bobbye Hall-percussion Joe Porter-percussion Tom Vic-percussion Andy cal/percussion Dorothy Ashby-harp Ben Benay-guitars Judd lhorn Bud lute Chuck Rainey-bass Tim Barr-bass Jim Gadson-drums Becky Louis, Sherlie Matthews, Myrna Matthews, Gwen Edwards-background vocals.
If Mike Oldfield composed in the realm of expansive, relaxed spiritual soul jazz, this is probably what his music would sound like. Beautiful tracks that segue into each other to create one continuous piece of music, this is a fantastic, overlooked album that's highly recommended to seekers of intelligent, exploratory and soulful music. And with Chuck Rainey on bass, Dorothy Ashby on harp, and mastering by Bernie Grundman--how much more cool musical pedigree do you need?
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Bobbye Jean Hall Porter is an American percussionist who has recorded with a variety of rock, soul, blues and jazz artists, and has appeared on 22 songs that reached the top ten in the Billboard Hot 100, six of those reaching No. .
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Name Bobbye Hall Role Musical Artist. Movies Stevie Nicks: Live at Red Rocks Similar People Jim Keltner, Al Kooper, Frankie Valli, Patti Austin, David Byrne. Liner note legends 4 ms bobbye hall hd. Bobbye Jean Hall Porter is an American percussionist who has recorded with a variety of rock, soul, blues and jazz artists, and has appeared on 22 songs that reached the top ten in the Billboard Hot 100, six of those reaching No. 1. Contents. Bobbye hall drum performance. Hall recorded several albums with Bill Withers, including his No. 1 hit "Lean On Me", and an album recorded live at Carnegie Hall. She toured with Carole King in May–June 1973 after having participated on two of King's studio albums. During this tour Hall asked King to stop introducing her as "Little Bobbye from Detroit".
CreditsDorothy Ashby - Harp
Timothy Barr - Guitar (Bass)
Andy Belling - Arranger, Keyboards, Percussion, Vocals (Background)
Ben Benay - Guitar
Buddy Collette - Flute, Saxophone
Gwen Edwards - Vocals (Background)
James Gadson - Drums
Bobbye Hall - Composer, Percussion, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Becky Louis - Vocals (Background)
Sherlie Mathews - Vocals (Background)
Myrna Matthews - Vocals (Background)
Judd Miller - Flugelhorn, Trumpet
Joe Porter - Composer, Percussion, Producer
Eric Prestidge - Engineer
Chuck Rainey - Guitar (Bass)
Tommy Vic - Percussion
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