1978 Richard Tee – Strokin’

Strokin’  is the first soolo album by Richard Tee, released in 1978 on Columbia/Tappan Zee

Tracks

1  First Love (Chuck Rainey) 4:57
2  Every Day (Bill Withers; Richard Tee) 5:26
3  Strokin’ (Richard Tee) 5:23
4  I Wanted It Too (Ralph MacDonald; William Salter) 5:03
5  Virginia Sunday (Richard Tee) 5:32
6  Jesus Children Of America (Stevie Wonder) 4:46
7  Take The A Train (Billy Strayhorn) 4:43

Media

Musicians

BassChuck Rainey
DrumsSteve Gadd
GuitarEric Gale
KeyboardsRichard Tee
HornsBarry Rogers
HornsJon Faddis
HornsMichael Brecker
HornsRandy Brecker
HornsSeldon Powell
PercussionRalph MacDonald
Background VocalsFrank Floyd
Background VocalsKen Williams
Background VocalsWilliam Eaton
Background VocalsZack Sanders

Strings

Alfred Brown, Beverly Lauridsen, Gudun Schaumann, Guy Lumia, Harry Cykman, Jesse Levy, Jonathan Abramowitz, Kathryn Kienke, Kermit Moore, Max Cahn, Max Pollikoff, Paul Gershman, Richard Sortomme, Selwart Clarke, Stanley Pollock

Liner Notes

Producer – Bob James
Arranged B – Richard Tee
Engineer – Joe Jorgensen
Engineer (Assistant) – Ollie Cotton, Tim Bomba, Vern Carlson
Concertmaster – David Nadien
Conductor – Richard Tee
Mastered By – Vlado Meller

Design – Paula Scher
Photography By – John Paul Endress
Photography By (Inside) – David Gahr

Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tappan Zee Records, Inc.
Manufactured By – Columbia Records
Manufactured By – CBS Inc.
Recorded At – A&R Studios
Recorded At – Power Station
Mixed At – Sound Mixers
Mastered At – CBS Studios, New York
Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman