1978 Walter Jackson – Good To See You

Good To See You is an album by Walter Jackson, released in 1978.

Walter Jackson (March 19, 1938 – June 20, 1983) was an American soul ballad singer who had a string of hits on the US R&B chart between the mid-1960s and early 1980s. His biggest successes included “It’s All Over” in 1964, “It’s An Uphill Climb To The Bottom” in 1966 and “Feelings”, a cover of the Morris Albert pop hit, in 1976.

Tracks

1  I Won’t Remember Ever Loving You (Ken Hirsch, Ronald Miller) 4:09
2  If I Had My Way (Johnny Moore) 4:26
3  We Could Fly (Dennis Linde, Thomas Cain) 4:44
4  Manhattan Skyline (Bob Marshall, John Miles) 2:46
5  If I Could See Myself (Ken Hirsch, Ronald Miller) 3:04
6  Good To See You (Eddie Fisher, Johnny Moore, Morris Williams) 8:40
7  Open Up Your Heart (A Thompson, Eugene Dixon) 3:59
8  Forgetting Someone (Richard Supa) 3:33
9  Time (John Miles, Bob Marshall) 4:31

Media

Musicians

BassBernard Reed
BassSteve Rodby
DrumsQuinton Joseph
GuitarBruce Gaitsch
GuitarPhil Upchurch
GuitarDanny Leake
GuitarFrank Hastik
PianoFloyd Morris
PianoKen Chaney
PianoRonald Scott
StringsTino Calvetti
ViolaHarold Klatz
ViolaMartin Abrams
ViolinAdrian Gola
ViolinElliott Golub
ViolinArnie Roth
ViolinRoger Moulton
ViolinJoel Smirnoff
ViolinFrank Borgognone
ViolinSamuel Thaviu
ViolinSol Bobrov
ViolinGlen Goldsher
ClarinetCharles Bush
FluteJames Mack
FluteKaye Clements
French HornEthel Merker
French HornGail Williams
French HornMaurice Grice
French HornMelanie Kocher
French HornSteven Lewis
French HornTom Still
French HornWilliam Klingelhoffer
OboeCarol Stephenson
SaxBill Adkins
SaxCliff Davis
SaxSonny Seals
SaxWillie Henderson
TromboneEdwin Williams
TromboneJohn Avant
TromboneMorris Ellis
TromboneSteve Berry
TrumpetArt Hoyle
TrumpetLionel Bordelon
TrumpetMurray Watson
TrumpetRuss Iverson
VibraphoneBobby Christian

Liner Notes

Producer – Carl Davis
Arranged By, Conductor (Conducted By) – Riley Hampton
Engineer – Bill Bradley
Engineer (Assistant) – Bobby Brooks, Richard Fairbanks, Steve Frisk
Leader (Musical Director), Arranged By (Rhythm) – Sonny Sanders
Mastered By – Wally Traigott

Photography By – Hauser / D’Orio

Recorded At – Universal Recording Studio
Mixed At – Universal Recording Studio