1975 Bloodstone – Train Ride To Hollywood

Train Ride to Hollywood is the eighth album by Bloodstone, released in 1975.

Bloodstone is an American R&B, soul, and funk group, most popular in the 1970s and early 1980s. The band charted thirteen songs between 1973 and 1984.

Tracks

1  As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfield) 02:25
2  Yakety Yak (Jerry Leiber; Mike Stoller) 01:50
3  Train Ride (Charles E McCormick; Charles Love; Harry Williams Jr; Willis Draffen) 04:23
4  What Do I Have To Do? (Charles Love) 02:23
5  Hooray For Romance (Charles E McCormick) 02:24
6  Rock ‘N’ Roll Choo Choo (Charles E McCormick; Harry Williams Jr; Willis Draffen) 02:49
7  Go To Sleep (Willis Draffen) 03:01
8  Toot! Toot! Tootsie (Goodbye) (Dan Russo; Ernie Erdman; Gus Kahn; Ted Fiorito) 02:56
9  I’m In Shape (Harry Williams Jr) 02:14
10  Sh-Boom (Life Could Be A Dream) (Carl Feaster; Claude Feaster; Floyd McRae; James Keyes; James W Edwards) 02:10
11  Money (That’s What I Want) (Berry Gordy; Janie Bradford) 04:51

Media

Musicians

BassCharles E McCormick
BassHarvey Weston
DrumsRoger Nobes
DrumsSteve Ferrone
GuitarCharles Love
GuitarPip Williams
BanjoJim Douglas
ClavinetPete Wingfield
PianoPete Wingfield
ClarinetJohnny Barnes
SaxHowie Casey
SaxDick Parry
SoussaphoneMartin Fry
TromboneGeoff Perkins
TromboneBilly Graham
TromboneDave Sharman
TromboneReg Brooks
TromboneRoy Williams
TrumpetAlex Welsh
TrumpetJimmy Wilson
TrumpetJohn Huckridge
TrumpetMartin Drover
TrumpetMike Davies
ViolinJohn Sheppard
VibraphoneTristan Fry
PercussionHarry Williams Jr
PercussionTony Carr
PercussionLennox Langton
PercussionMorris Pert
VocalsCharles E McCormick
VocalsCharles Love
VocalsHarry Williams Jr

Liner Notes

Producer – Mike Vernon
Conductor – Pip Williams
Engineer – Kevin Fuller, Richard Dodd, Rick Heenan
Mastered By – Bob Ludwig
Orchestrated By – Pip Williams

Copyright (c) – The Crystal Jukebox Film Corp.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Crystal Jukebox
Mastered At – Sterling Sound
Recorded At the Village Recorder, West Los Angeles
Symphonia At Nova Sound Studios, London
Brass, {ercussion At Decca Tollington Park Studios, London