Gene Redding (born 1945, Anderson, Indiana) was an American singer, who was discovered by Etta James at a USO Club in Anchorage, Alaska.
He released one album on Capitol Records in 1974, entitled Blood Brother. The album hit #45 on the Billboard R&B Albums chart on the strength of the singles “Blood Brothers” (U.S. R&B Singles #80) and “This Heart” (U.S. R&B Singles #31, U.S. Pop Singles #24). “This Heart” was also a hit in Canada, reaching #28
1 Blood Brothers (Brian Potter; Dennis Lambert) 4:05
2 Once A Fool (Brian Potter; Dennis Lambert) 3:20
3 I Can See The Lovelight (Brian Potter; Dennis Lambert) 3:25
4 (We’ve Got) More That It Takes (Brian Potter; Dennis Lambert) 3:20
5 This Heart (Brian Potter; Dennis Lambert) 3:20
6 I Can’t Get Arrested (Brian Potter; Dennis Lambert) 4:48
7 Gotta Find A Way (To Keep You Lovin’ Me) (Earl Boyd; Gene Redding) 3:50
8 What Good Is A Love Song (Brian Potter; Dennis Lambert) 4:04
9 Easy For You To Say (Brian Potter; Dennis Lambert) 2:51
10 Confounded (Steve Cole; Dave Hiltebrand) 8:49
Producer – Brian Potter, Dennis Lambert
Arranged By, Conductor – Michael Omartian
Engineer (Recording) – Joe Sidore
Strings – Sidney Sharp, The Boogie Symphony
Art Direction (Art Director) – Roy Kohara
Photography By – David Alexander
Record Company – EMI
Record Company – Capitol Industries, Inc.
Record Company – Haven Records, Inc.
Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
Distributed By – Capitol Records
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
Recorded At – Sound Labs, Hollywood
Recorded At – Wally Heider Recording Studio, Los Angeles
Mastered At – The Mastering Lab
Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Jacksonville