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Take 6

Label: Heads Up International
Released: 2008
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Track Listing

Sweet Georgia Brown; Straighten Up and Fly Right; Seven Steps to Heaven; Windmills of Your Mind; Someone to Watch Over Me; Grace (pre-prise); Back to You; A Tisket a Tasket; Bein' Green; Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?; What's Going On; Shall We Gather at the River; Grace.

Personnel

Take 6
Take 6

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

Mark Kibble: lead vocals (1, 3, 4, 11), vocals, whistle (1); Claude McKnight: lead vocals (4, 7, 12, 13), vocals; David Thomas: lead vocals (4), vocals; Joey Kibble: lead vocals (7, 9, 12), vocals, spoken word (9); Cedric Dent: vocals, spoken word (9), piano (9, 13), keyboards (13); Alvin Chea: lead vocals (1), vocals; George Benson: lead vocals and guitar (2); Jon Hendricks: lead vocals (3); Al Jarreau: lead vocals (3); Till Bronner: flugelhorn (3); Shelea Frazier: lead vocals (5); Roy Hargrove: trumpet (5); Miles Robertson: keyboards and Rhodes (5); Mark Bowers: guitar (5); Mark Kelley: bass (5); Butter: drums (5); Jamaal Andrews: bass (7); Khristian Dentley: instruments (7); Ella Fitzgerald: lead vocals (8); Aaron Neville: lead vocals (10); Brian McKnight: lead vocals (11); Jimmie J.J.


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