1975 Kenny Vance – Vance 32

Vance 32 is the first album by Kenny Vance, released in 1975.

Kenny Vance (born December 9, 1943, in Brooklyn as Kenneth Rosenberg) is an American singer, songwriter, and music producer who was an original founding member of Jay and the Americans. His career spans from the 1950s to today, with projects ranging from starting doo-wop groups to music supervising to creating solo albums.


1  Carnival Montage 1 0:47
2  I\’m So Happy 3:05
3  Rainy Day Friend 3:35
4  My True Story 2:52
5  Blue Because Of You 3:14
6  Parker\’s Band 3:45
7  In Each Other\’s Arms 1:13
8  Honeymoon In Cuba 2:44
9  Dirty Work 3:15
10  (What A) Wonderful World 2:12
11  Looking For An Echo 3:22
12  Carnival Montage 2 0:34
13  Looking For An Echo (Reprise) 1:04



BassTony Levin
BassRon Carter
DrumsSteve Gadd
GuitarCornell Dupree
Acoustic GuitarKenny Vance
KeyboardsRichard Tee
Background VocalsDavid Brigati
Background VocalsEddie Brigati
VocalsKenny Vance

Liner Notes

Producer – Joel Dorn
Arrangements – William Eaton, Kenny Vance
Engineers (Recording) – Robert Liftin, Joe Ferla, Gene Paul
Engineers (Additional Recording) – Vince McGarry
Mastering – Vince McGarry, George Piros
Remix – Robert Liftin

Album Design – Stanislaw Zagorski
Back Photograph – Vera of Rockaway, Cosmo Leboffe
Cover Photograph – Joel Brodsky
Inside Photograph – Kathy Moore

Recorded, Remix At Regent Sound Studios NY
Recorded At Atlantic Recording Studios NY