The Very Best of Stacy Lattisaw

The Very Best of Stacy Lattisaw

by Stacy Lattisaw

Overview

The Very Best of Stacy Lattisaw is a comprehensive 16-track collection that contains all of her big R&B hits between 1979 and 1989. Since the disc draws from both her recordings for Atlantic/Cotillion and Motown, it contains everything from "Dynamite!," "Let Me Be Your Angel," and "Love on a Two Way Street" to "Nail It to the Wall" and "Every Drop of Your Love." While her chart-topping duet with Johnny Gill, "Where Do We Go from Here," is missing, the collection remains the definitive summation of her career.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/16/2007
Label: Rhino
UPC: 0081227996208
catalogNumber: 308476

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Stacy Lattisaw   Primary Artist,Vocals
Richard Harris   Background Vocals
Linda Tillery   Background Vocals
Johnny Gill   Vocals,Track Performer
Kashif   Keyboards,Background Vocals
Hiram Bullock   Guitar
David Sancious   Keyboards
Patrick Cowley   Synthesizer
Audrey Wheeler   Background Vocals
Van McCoy   Keyboards,Background Vocals
Zulema   Background Vocals
Doug Allen   Percussion
Albert Bailey   Background Vocals
Bashiri Johnson   Percussion
Bonnie Boyer   Background Vocals,Finger Snapping
Stephen Bray   Vocoder
Alex Brown   Background Vocals
Ed Calle   Saxophone
Lynn Davis   Background Vocals
Destry   Background Vocals
George Devens   Percussion
Gordon Edwards   Bass
Sheila Escovedo   Percussion
Roy Galloway   Background Vocals
Mike Gibbs   Conductor
Jim Gilstrap   Background Vocals,Finger Snapping
Preston Glass   Percussion,Background Vocals
Yolanda Glass   Background Vocals
Paul Gurvitz   Synthesizer
Gary Herbig   Tenor Saxophone
Jerry Hey   Trumpet,Flugelhorn,Alto Horn
Brenda Hilliard   Background Vocals
Kim Hutchcroft   Saxophone
Phillip Ingram   Background Vocals
Paul Jackson   Guitar
Jerome Jackson   Background Vocals
Bert Jones   Guitar
Emeridge Jones   Keyboards
Judith Jones   Background Vocals
Ron Kersey   Keyboards
Harry King   Drums
Kelly Kool   Background Vocals
John Lehman   Background Vocals
Mingo Lewis   Percussion
Juanito Marquez   Conductor
Myrna Matthews   Background Vocals
Narada Michael Walden   Percussion,Piano,Drums,Keyboards,Timpani,Bell-tree
Cindy Mizelle   Background Vocals
Wendell Morrison   Background Vocals
Gene Orloff   Conductor
Vicki Randle   Background Vocals,Finger Snapping
David Rosenthal   Keyboards
Nathan Rubin   Concert Master
Marc Russo   Saxophone,Alto Saxophone,Soloist
Corrado Rustici   Guitar
Ira Siegel   Guitar
Dwayne Simmons   Claves
V. Jeffrey Smith   Saxophone
T.M. Stevens   Bass
Carla Vaughn   Background Vocals
"Little" Louie Vega   Background Vocals
Reginald White   Bass
Fred Zarr   Synthesizer,Percussion
Linda Imperial   Background Vocals,Finger Snapping
Larry Smith   Background Vocals
Cat Heads   Percussion
Bob Castell-Blanch   Guitar
Randy Jackson   Bass,Acoustic Bass
Cathy Miller   Background Vocals
Sandy Simmons   Background Vocals
Dennis Saunders   Background Vocals,Finger Snapping
Frank Martin   Keyboards,Vibes
Steve Jordan   Drums
Frank Loverde   Background Vocals,Finger Snapping
Jeff Cohen   Vocals,Background Vocals
Larry Williams   Woodwind
Esther Morrow   Background Vocals
Frank Gayer Martin   Keyboards,Vibes
Larry Andrew Williams   Woodwind
Jeff Smith   Saxophone

Technical Credits

Kashif   Producer,Vocal Arrangements
Michael Morales   Composer
Van McCoy   Producer
Alex Brown   Vocal Arrangements
Hugh Brown   Art Direction
Mike Gibbs   String Arrangements
Paul Gurvitz   Producer,drum programming
Jerry Hey   Horn Arrangements,String Arrangements
Ron Kersey   Producer
Juanito Marquez   String Arrangements
Michael Masser   Producer
Narada Michael Walden   Programming,Producer,Author
Cindy Mizelle   Vocal Arrangements
Ted Myers   Editorial Coordinator
Lou Pace   Producer
Gary Peterson   Discographical Annotation
David Rosenthal   Programming
Seawind Horns   Contributor
Dwayne Simmons   Contributor
Fred Zarr   Arranger
B. Williams   Composer
A. Scott Galloway   Liner Notes
Elizabeth Pavone   Editorial Coordinator
Ruby Baker   Composer
Mack David   Composer
Yyonne Gomez   Author
Fred Bohn   Archival Materials
Barney Williams   Composer
Aaron Smith   Programming

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The Very Best of Stacy Lattisaw 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
SunshineRE More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this CD. I had forgotten some of these songs, but I am glad I made this purchase. Stacey has a beautiful voice that all R&B fans should pay rapt attention to!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Since albums changed to CD's I lost my Stacy Lattisaw collection. Just a few years ago, I found her greatest collections CD. I am so happy to have some of her songs that are a part of my memories. I wish I could get "Jump to the Beat".
Guest More than 1 year ago
It looks a fine compilation but one of her big hit is missing : where is "Jump to the beat" ?