Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
Official
1.8 Your Love Is So Doggone Good 3:55 From a Whisper to a Scream Esther Phillips Kudu KU 05
1.8 Your Love Is So Doggone Good 3:55 From a Whisper to a Scream Esther Phillips CBS (CBS Records' international imprint from 1962–1990; renamed since 1991 as Columbia)

Relationships

violin: Michael Comins (1971-12)
Max Hollander (1971-12)
Leo Kahn (1971-12)
Charles Libove (1971-12)
Guy Lumia (1971-12)
Max Pollikoff (1971-12)
Alvin Rogers (1971-12)
Paul Winter (violin) (1971-12)
Jack Zayde (1971-12)
cello: Charles McCracken (1971-12)
Alan Shulman (cellist and composer) (1971-12)
trumpet: John Eckert (1971-12)
John Gatchell (1971-12)
viola: Harold Coletta (1971-12)
Harry Zaratzian (1971-12)
drums: Bernard Purdie (1971-12)
flute: David Liebman (saxophonist) (1971-12)
Frank Vicari (1971-12)
organ: Richard Tee (1971-12)
guitar: Cornell Dupree (1971-12)
Eric Gale (1971-12)
bass: Gordon Edwards (1971-12)
percussion: Airto Moreira (percussionist) (1971-12)
alto saxophone: Hank Crawford (1971-12)
piano: Richard Tee (1971-12)
baritone saxophone: David Liebman (saxophonist) (1971-12)
tenor saxophone: Frank Vicari (1971-12)
harp: Margaret Ross (1971-12)
trombone: Sam Burtis (1971-12)
Dick Griffin (1971-12)
flugelhorn: John Eckert (1971-12)
John Gatchell (1971-12)
additional arranger: Jack Wilson (Jazz Pianist)
arranger: Pee Wee Ellis
conductor: Pee Wee Ellis (1971-12)
engineer: Rudy van Gelder
lead vocals: Esther Phillips (Little Esther) (1971-12)
producer: Creed Taylor
vocals: Joshie Armstead (1971-12)
Hilda Harris (1971-12)
Barbara Massey (1971-12)
Louis St. Louis (1971-12)
Tasha Thomas (1971-12)
recorded at: Van Gelder Studio (Englewood Cliffs, July 20, 1959 -) in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, United States (1971-12)