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Slave - Party Lights: More of the Best album mp3
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  • Performer:
    Slave
  • Title:
    Party Lights: More of the Best
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Funk,Urban,Disco
  • Date of release:
    January 28, 2003
  • Duration:
    01:16:39
  • Size FLAC version
    1346 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1512 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1849 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    757
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Credits

Jonathan Abramowitz - Strings
Mark Antone Adams - Arranger, Composer, Guitar (Bass), Keyboards, Mixing, Percussion, Producer, String Arrangements, Vocals
India Arrington - Composer
Steve Arrington - Arranger, Composer, Drums, Guitar (Bass), Guitar (Rhythm), Handclapping, Keyboards, Percussion, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals, Voiceover
Steve Arrington's Hall of Fame - Primary Artist
Aurra - Primary Artist
John Austin - Project Assistant
Glenn A. Baker - Back Cover
Barry Benson - Compilation Producer
Art Bonanno - Associate Producer
Jim Bonnefond - Engineer
Kenny Bowen - Engineer
Carter Bradley - Composer, Keyboards
Michael Brecker - Saxophone
Randy Brecker - Trumpet
Hugh Brown - Art Direction
Paul Brown - Trumpet
Ricky Brown - Guitar (Bass)
Charles Carter - Composer, Flute, Horn Arrangements, Keyboards, Producer, Saxophone, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Sam Carter - Composer
Sam "Rapster" Carter - Keyboards, Percussion, Vocals, Voices
Joe Cayre - Executive Producer
Ken Cayre - Executive Producer
Stan Cayre - Executive Producer
Steven Chean - Project Assistant
Ron Cochran - Drums, Vocals
William Cochran - Associate Producer
Reggie Collins - Discographical Annotation
Charlie Conrad - Engineer
Craig T. Cooper - Arranger, Guitar, Keyboards
Jeff Dixon - Producer
Gary Dobbins - Engineer, Mixing
Jimmy Douglass - Composer, Engineer, Mixing, Mixing Engineer, Producer, Remixing, Vocals (Background)
Tim Dozier - Composer, Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Ramsey Embick - Arranger, Keyboards
Kevin Eubanks - Guitar, Guitar (Bass)
Jon Faddis - Trumpet
Philip Field - Composer, Keyboards
Cory Frye - Editorial Supervision
Bruce Victor Godsey - Flute, Keyboards, Vocals (Background)
Leigh Hall - Project Assistant
Buddy Hankerson - Guitar (Bass), Vocals (Background)
Mark Hicks - Composer
Cliff Hodgson - Engineer
Nancy L. Hopkins - Design
Joe Intile - Engineer, Mixing Engineer
Jennifer Ivory - Composer, Handclapping, Percussion
Gary Jackson - Percussion, Vocals (Background)
Keg Johnson - Arranger, Producer
Ken Johnston - Trombone
Curt Jones - Composer, Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Jeffrey Kawalek - Engineer
Harold Kohon - Strings
Pat Kraus - Remastering
Jesse Levine - Strings
Tom Lockett - Composer, Percussion, Sax (Tenor), Saxophone, Vocals (Background)
Harry Lookofsky - Strings
Guy Lumia - Strings
Tashion Macon - Project Assistant
April Milek - Project Assistant
Bernard Miller - Composer
Floyd Miller - Composer
Gene Orloff - Concert Master
Roger Parker - Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Background)
Randy Perry - Project Assistant
Gary Platt - Engineer, Mixing
Wilmer Raglin - Arranger, Producer
Arthur Rhames - Guitar
Julian Robertson - Engineer, Mixing
Jonathan Salas - Percussion
Tim Scanlin - Liner Note Coordination
Jimmy Schifflett - Engineer, Mixing
Slave - Arranger, Associate Producer, Primary Artist, Producer
Mitsue Takayama - Strings
Wayne Tarnowski - Engineer, Mixing Engineer
Delbert "Big D" Taylor - Arranger, Flugelhorn, Horn Arrangements, Keyboards, Percussion, Trumpet, Vocals
John Tropea - Horn Arrangements
Raye Turner - Composer, Keyboards
Bill Underwood - Executive Producer
Rickey Vincent - Liner Notes
Steve Washington - Arranger, Associate Remixing Engineer, Composer, Drums, Engineer, Executive Producer, Guitar, Guitar (Bass), Mixing, Mixing Engineer, Percussion, Producer, Trumpet, Vocals (Background)
Danny Webster - Composer, Guitar, Percussion, Producer, Vocals
Marvin Wheatley - Composer, Keyboards, Vocals
Orion Wilhoite - Saxophone
Marilyn Wright - Strings
Cengiz Yaltkaya - Conductor, String Arrangements
Starleana Young - Composer, Percussion, Vocals
William "Dr. Z." Zimmerman - Arranger, Keyboards
Andy Zito - Cover Illustration
Frederick Zlotkin - Strings

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Party Lites Mark Antone Adams / Steve Arrington / Charles Carter / Danny Webster Slave 4:54
2 Just a Touch of Love Mark Antone Adams / Steve Arrington / Mark Hicks / Raye Turner / Danny Webster / Starleana Young Slave 7:05
3 Are You Single Philip Field / Jennifer Ivory / Curt Jones / Steve Washington / Starleana Young Slave feat: Aurra 6:33
4 Son of Slide Mark Antone Adams / Carter Bradley / Tim Dozier / Mark Hicks / Tom Lockett / Floyd Miller / Steve Washington / Danny Webster Slave 5:27
5 Thank You Mark Antone Adams / Steve Arrington / Curt Jones / Floyd Miller / Steve Washington Slave 5:39
6 Starting Over Mark Antone Adams / Mark Hicks / Curt Jones / Floyd Miller / Raye Turner / Starleana Young Slave 4:27
7 Spice of Life (Oh Yes, You're the Best) Mark Antone Adams / Steve Arrington / Sam Carter / Jimmy Douglass Slave 4:57
8 You Meet My Approval Steve Arrington / Charles Carter Slave feat: Steve Arrington's Hall of Fame 5:34
9 Baby Sinister Mark Antone Adams / Carter Bradley / Tim Dozier / Mark Hicks / Tom Lockett / Floyd Miller / Raye Turner / Steve Washington / Danny Webster Slave 6:49
10 I'll Be Gone Mark Antone Adams / Floyd Miller / Danny Webster / Marvin Wheatley Slave 4:31
11 For the Love of U Mark Antone Adams / Steve Arrington / Charles Carter / Sam Carter / Floyd Miller / Danny Webster Slave 5:07
12 Feel My Love Mark Antone Adams / Steve Arrington / Mark Hicks / Curt Jones / Raye Turner / Steve Washington / Danny Webster Slave 4:31
13 Everybody Slide Mark Antone Adams / Steve Arrington / Carter Bradley / Charles Carter / Tim Dozier / Mark Hicks / Curt Jones / Tom Lockett / Bernard Miller Slave 6:25
14 Homeboy India Arrington / Steve Arrington Slave feat: Steve Arrington 4:40