1975 Henry Mancini – Symphonic Soul

Symphonic Soul is an album by Henry Mancini, released in 1975 on RCA Records.

Henry Nicola Mancini (born Enrico Nicola Mancini; April 16, 1924 – June 14, 1994) was an American composer, conductor, arranger, pianist and flautist. Often cited as one of the greatest composers in the history of film, he won four Academy Awards, a Golden Globe, and twenty Grammy Awards, plus a posthumous Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1995.

Tracks

1  Symphonic Soul (Henry Mancini) 02:30
2  Butterfly (Herbie Hancock) 04:50
3  Satin Soul (Barry White) 03:12
4  Peter Gunn (New Version) (Henry Mancini) 04:37
5  Slow Hot Wind (Lujon) (Henry Mancini; Norman Gimbel) 02:46
6  Pick Up The Pieces (Hamish Stuart; Roger Ball) 03:40
7  Sun Goddess (Jon Lind; Maurice White) 03:36
8  Soul Saga (Song Of The Buffalo Soldier) (Quincy Jones; Ray Brown) 03:15
9  African Symphony (Van McCoy) 03:40

Musicians

BassAbraham Laboriel Sr
DrumsHarvey Mason Sr
GuitarDavid T Walker
GuitarDennis Budimir
GuitarLee Ritenour
KeyboardsJoe Sample
French HornVince DeRosa
TromboneDick Nash
PercussionDale Anderson
PercussionEmile Richards
PercussionHarvey Mason Sr
PercussionMayuto Correa

Other Musicians

1 Symphonic Soul

TrumpetBud Brisbois


2 Butterfly

Electric PianoJoe Sample


3 Satin Soul

OrganJoe Sample


4 Peter Gunn (New Version)

OrganJoe Sample
TrumpetBud Brisbois


5 Slow Hot Wind (Lujon)

FluteLouise DiTullio


6 Pick Up The Pieces

OrganJoe Sample


7 Sun Goddess

OrganJoe Sample


8 Soul Saga (Song Of The Buffalo Soldier)

HarmonicaTommy Morgan

Liner Notes

Producer – Joe Reisman
Arranged By – Henry Mancini
Concertmaster – Erno Neufeld
Engineer (Recording) – Mickey Crofford
Engineer (Recording Assistant) – Artie Torgersen

Art Direction – Acy Lehman
Design – Gribbitt!
Photography – Henry Mancini, Morgan Renard

Recorded At RCA’s Music Center Of The World
Phonographic Copyright (p) RCA Records
Copyright (c) RCA Records