What Up, Dog? - Was (Not Was) | BUMBABlog

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What Up, Dog? | Was (Not Was) |

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Rol Nombre
Arranged By [Backing Vocals] Harry Bowens
Arranged By [Strings And Horns] Paul Riser
Arranged By [Strings And Horns] Richard Niles
Art Direction [Sleeve, At] Unknown, The (20)
Art Direction [Sleeve] Jon (58)
Art Direction [Sleeve] Vicky (22)
Backing Vocals Arnold McCuller
Backing Vocals Arthur Marbury
Backing Vocals Carol Hall
Backing Vocals Coral Gordon
Backing Vocals Dee Lewis
Backing Vocals Desny Campbell
Backing Vocals Donald Ray Mitchell
Backing Vocals Geoff Fieger
Backing Vocals Harry Bowens
Backing Vocals Helen Terry
Backing Vocals Juliet Roberts
Backing Vocals Kathy Kosins
Backing Vocals Pete Steinfeld
Backing Vocals Richard Feldstein
Backing Vocals Rick Shoemaker
Backing Vocals Ruby Turner
Backing Vocals Sweet Pea Atkinson
Bass John Patitucci
Bass Marcus Miller
Bass Neil Stubenhaus
Bass, Keyboards, Guitar, Mandolin Don Was
Brass Bill Reichenbach (2)
Brass Dan Higgins
Brass Guy Barker
Brass Jerry Hey
Brass John Barclay
Brass John Thirkell
Brass Kim Hutchcroft
Brass Larry Williams
Brass Pete Beachill
Brass Phil Todd
Brass Snake Davis
Brass Stuart Brooks
Drums Ron Pangborn
Drums Russ Kunkel
Drums Winston Watson
Drums Yogi Horton
Engineer Allen Sides
Engineer Chris Irwin
Engineer Croyden
Engineer Dave Dachinger
Engineer Don Was
Engineer John Potoker
Engineer Kevin Smith
Engineer Lincoln Clapp
Engineer Martyn Phillips
Engineer Micajah Ryan
Engineer Michael H. Brauer
Engineer Mike Bosley
Engineer Mike Pela
Engineer Paul Staveley O'Duffy
Engineer Paul Wright
Engineer Peter Barker (2)
Engineer Phil Da Costa
Engineer Roland Herrington
Engineer Steve "Barney" Chase
Engineer Steve King
Engineer Tom O'Leary
Engineer Troy Krueger
Flute, Keyboards, Harmonica, Vocals David Was
Guitar Bruce Nazarian
Guitar Dann Huff
Guitar Paul Jackson Jr.
Guitar Randy Jacobs
Guitar Stevie Salas
Illustration Christoph Simon
Illustration Karen Kelly (2)
Keyboards Aaron Zigman
Keyboards Al Kooper
Keyboards Amp Fiddler
Keyboards Daniel Schroeger
Keyboards John Van Tongeren
Keyboards Luis Resto
Keyboards Martyn Phillips
Keyboards Paul Wickens
Keyboards Robin Smith
Keyboards Vic Emerson
Lead Vocals Harry Bowens
Lead Vocals Sweet Pea Atkinson
Mixed By Allen Sides
Mixed By Dave Dachinger
Mixed By David Was
Mixed By Don Was
Mixed By Paul Staveley O'Duffy
Percussion Alex Acuña
Percussion Carl "Butch" Small
Percussion David Friendly
Percussion Debra Dobkin
Percussion Frank Ricotti
Percussion Kevin Tschirhart
Percussion Larry Fratangelo
Percussion Michael Fisher
Producer David Was
Producer Don Was
Producer Paul Staveley O'Duffy
Producer Stevie Salas
Producer [Associate] Jack Tann
Producer [Associate] John Lewis (6)
Saxophone David McMurray
Saxophone John Weiss
Saxophone Larry Williams
Trumpet Buddy Childers
Trumpet Marcus Belgrave
Trumpet Mark Isham
Trumpet Oscar Brashear
Trumpet Rayse Biggs
Vocals Frank Sinatra Jr.
Written-By David Was
Written-By Don Was
Formato:
CD, Album
Género:
Electronic
Funk / Soul
Pop
Estilo:
House
Soul
País:
Japan
Lanzamiento:
1989-05-25
Notas:
Contains the mainstream hit "Walk The Dinosaur" as well as the song "Dad I'm In Jail" which featured prominently in the movie Pump Up The Volume. Tracklist is different than the UK release on Fontana. Comes with an insert with English and Japanese translated lyrics.
Sellos Discográficos:
Principal: Fontana
Rol Nombre
Manufactured By Nippon Phonogram Co., Ltd.
Copyright (c) Phonogram Ltd. (London)
Canciones:
Play Posición Título Duración
1 Somewhere In America There's A Street Named After My Dad 3:42
2 Spy In The House Of Love 4:18
3 Out Come The Freaks 4:36
4 Earth To Doris 2:03
5 Love Can Be Bad Luck 3:52
6 Boy's Gone Crazy 3:44
7 11 Miles An Hour 4:04
8 What Up Dog? 1:48
9 Anything Can Happen 3:57
10 Robot Girl 3:48
11 Wedding Vows In Vegas 3:38
12 Anytime Lisa 4:15
13 Walk The Dinosaur 4:22
14 I Can't Turn You Loose 3:37
15 Shadow And Jimmy 4:18
16 Dad I'm In Jail 1:25
Identificadores:
Descripción Tipo Código
Barcode 4988011316135
Rights Society JASRAC
Matrix / Runout 834776-2-A2E
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