||Soul Groove CD (2009) |
Pat Register albums Arranger: Pat Register.
Personnel: Pat Register (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, percussion); Archie Love (vocals, drums); Darrell Stanley, Dutches, Larry Dodson, Sam Fallie (vocals); Tony Gentry, Niko Lyras (guitar); The EZ Rockers (horns); Kurt Clayton (keyboards).
Recording information: Cotton Row Studio; Hope Studio; Studio B, Memphis, TN.
||Road Trip CD (2013) |
Pat Register music CDs Audio Mixer: Kerry Kernan.
Recording information: Sawgrass, Memphis, TN.
Photographer: Guillermo Umbria.
||Sleight of Hand CD (2008) |
Pat Register albums Recording information: Cotton Row Studios, Memphis, TN.
Photographer: Steve L. Roberts.
Personnel: Howard Hewett (vocals); Niko Lyras (electric guitar, nylon-string guitar); Pat Register (flute, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, background vocals); Ernest Williamson (keyboards, percussion); Dave Smith (bass synthesizer, fretless bass); Edward "Hot" Cleveland, Steve Mergen, Steve Potts (drums); Donald OConner, Carolyn Griffey, Vicki Loveland (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Niko Lyras.
|Go the Distance CD (2001) Top Seller
Pat Register CD discography Additional personnel includes: Steff (accordion); Pat Register (saxophone); Scott Thompson (trumpet); Wally Bass, William Brown (background vocals).
One of the songs on Go the Distance that tells listeners a lot about Walter Trout is "I Don't Want My MTV," a humorous rock & roll number that finds the blues-rocker railing against MTV for -- as he sees it -- making image, looks, and physical appearance more important than the quality of the music itself. Trout even rewrites a line from Chuck Berry's "Roll Over Beethoven," singing, "Roll over, Martha Quinn, and tell Kurt Loder the news." The tune is a defining moment for Trout because it tells you a lot about him. "I Don't Want My MTV" expresses, without apology, Trout's impatience with slickness -- and whether or not you share his opinion of MTV, it is his down-home earthiness that makes Go the Distance an honest blues-rock/roots rock outing. Trout's sincerity is one of his strongest assets, and it comes through on gritty offerings like "Message on the Doorway" and "Lookin' for the Promised Land." This CD isn't for blues purists, however; Go the Distance has as much to do with roots rock ...
||Wendy Moten CD (1992)
Pat Register discography Wendy Moten's self-titled debut album only produced a couple of minor R&B chart singles ("Step by Step" and "Come in out of the Rain"), but measured in artistic terms, the record displays a confident vocalist with a theatrical flair (and, indeed, Moten did land a starring role in the off-Broadway production Mama I Want to Sing). Moten is equally comfortable with urban R&B and smooth adult contemporary balladry, although her true affinity ...
||Goin' Places CD (2004) |
Pat Register songs Live Recording
Personnel: Garry Goin (guitar, drum programming); Garry Goin (programming); Kirk Whalum (saxophone); Pat Register (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Scott Thompson (trumpet); Marque Walker, James "Famous" Jones (keyboards); Alex Al (bass instrument); EZ Roc (programming); Eric Darken (percussion).
Audio Mixers: David Porter; Garry Goin; Denny Jiosa; Chuck Goin; Willie Pevear.
||I'm Just A Man CD |
Pat Register CD discography Producers: Larry Springfield, Arnold Hennings, Zac Harmon, Christopher Troy, Kurt "KC" Clayton.
Engineers: Ronald Gresham, Zac Harmon, Christopher Troy, Tom Fury.
Personnel: Larry Springfield (lead vocals), Greg Poree, Angelo Earl (guitar), Pat Register (saxophone), Kenneth Jackson (trumpet), Christopher Troy (piano, organ, synthesizer, keyboards, drums, bass), Kary Baddour (piano), Zac Harmon (sitar, bells, keyboards, bass, drums, percussion), Dewayne Thomas, John Williams (bass), Lloyd Anderson, Steve Potts (drum overdubs, drums), Arnold Hennings, Kurt "KC" Clayton (drum ...
Pat Register Songs
Popular or famous Pat Register music songs: Word Up, Let's Groove Tonight, One in a Million, Shinning Star, Shining Star, Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now. More music songs Ladies Night, Play That Funky Music, September, Rock Steady, Let's Stay Together, Ooh Baby Baby, Get Down On It. See All Songs
|Member Name||Worked With|
|Archie Love||J. Blackfoot, Bigg Robb, Curtis Salgado, Mr. Sam, Bar-Kays, Furious D|
|Pat Register||Garry Goin, Voodoo Village, Walter Trout, Wendy Moten, Larry Springfield|
Garry Goin, Voodoo Village, Walter Trout
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