||Live from London CD (1995) |
Greg Mitchell music CDs Principally recorded live at New Testament Church, London, England.
Full performer name: Timothy Wright & The London Fellowship Choir.
Personnel includes: Rev. Timothy Wright, LaShun Pace, Bruce Parham, Brendon Guyatt, Ian Pitter, Janine Johnson, Caroline Calpin, Samantha Cross, Jennifer Phillips, The London Fellowship Choir (vocals); Demetrius Collins (guitar); James Perry, Jr. (strings, horns); David Bratton, Greg Mitchell (keyboards); Reginald Young (bass); Timothy Wright, Jr., Dwayne Myers (drums, percussion).
Engineers: Tim Summerhayes, Michelle Reynolds, Jeff Toone.
Personnel: Greg Mitchell, David Bratton (keyboards); Tom Wright, Jr., Dwayne Myers (drums, percussion).
Audio Mixer: Jeff Toone.
Recording information: New Testament Church, London, England.
Unknown Contributor Role: Rev. Bruce ...
||Let Freedom Ring CD (1997) |
Greg Mitchell CD discography Recording information: Ebenezer AME Chruch, Ft. Washington, MD.
Editor: Ron London.
Photographer: Linda Alaniz.
Unknown Contributor Role: James Perry.
Arrangers: Rev. Timothy Wright; Nathaniel Townsley.
Producers: Rev. Milton Biggham, Rev. Timothy Wright.
Personnel: Demetric Collins, Jerome Petty (guitar); Pat Lundy (piano); Greg Mitchell, James Perry (keyboards); Don Wright (drums).
||What a Time CD (1994)
Greg Mitchell music CDs Recorded live at Lake Charles Civic Center, Lake Charles, Louisiana in 1993.
Personnel: Greg Mitchell, David Bratton (keyboards); Dwayne Myers (drums).
Audio Mixers: Jerry Masters; Rev. Timothy Wright.
Liner Note Author: Ruby Terry.
Recording information: Lake Charles Center, Lake Charles, LA.
Director: Jerry Masters.
Unknown Contributor Role: James Perry.
Personnel includes: Ruby Terry (vocals); Rev. Timothy Wright (vocals, choir director); Rev. James Moore (vocals, Hammond B-3 organ); McClain "Chip" Davis (horns); David Bratton (keyboards).
||Break Forth (Baalperazim) CD (2004) |
Greg Mitchell CD discography Recording information: Savannah Grove Baptist Church, Florence, SC.
Personnel: Grace Cathedral Choir, Royal Priesthood, Paul Thompson (vocals); Eric Miller (guitar); Tommy Williams Jr., Greg Mitchell, David Smith (organ, keyboards).
||No Equal CD (1995)
Greg Mitchell albums Producers include: Michael Speaks, Romain, Max Gousse, Livio Harris, Jorge "G Man" Corante.
Personnel: Michael Speaks (vocals, background vocals); Livio Harris, Adina Howard (vocals, background vocals); Tommy Moreno (guitar); Jorge Corante (keyboards, programming); Greg Mitchell (keyboards); Emanuel Officer, Budd Ford, Melieck Britt (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Kevin "KD" Davis; Dave Way; Al Singleton; Max Gousse; Eric Flickinger; Rob Chiarelli; Russell Elevado.
Recording information: Blue Palm Studios, North Hollyw; Encore Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Paramount Studios, Hollywood, CA; Powerhouse Multimedia, Northrid.
Photographer: Len Irish.
||Ruff Stuff CD (1996) |
Greg Mitchell discography Recording information: Daxwood Studio, Fayetteville, NC.
Illustrator: Rose Gurganious.
Personnel: Chuck Rhodes (vocals, guitar); Greg Mitchell (vocals, harmonica); Doyle Wood (guitar); Carl Greeson, Lynn Green (piano).
Audio Mixer: Doyle Wood.
||Sold Out 2 Jesus Christ CD (1995) |
Greg Mitchell songs Recording information: Twin Studio, Queens, NY.
Personnel: Minister Martie (keyboards); Faith Evans, William Walker (vocals); David Santo, Desiree (rap vocals); Greg Mitchell, Mel Holder (keyboards); Darryl Douglas, Spencer Washington (background vocals).
||Nasty CD (1996)
Greg Mitchell albums Nasty, Cameo's first live recording, showcases Larry Blackmon's musical creativity and futuristic-sounding love songs. Everything is on time -- the horns, the sometimes hokey vocals -- and that cool New York-flavored lead bass struts on every cut. Guitarist Charlie Singleton's slicker-than-butter falsetto shines on the crowd favorite "Why Have I Lost You." Tomi Jenkins' tenor is steady on the moving and romantic "Sparkle." "Skin I'm In," with its staccato vocals and socially significant lyrics, makes you think. Delight at Larry Blackmon's Sugar Foot Bonner-sounding vocal on the heavily sampled "Candy." Two studio cuts augment the live songs: "Come Fly With Me" and "Nasty." Nasty's caboose is a 6:27 mega-mix of the live sides. ~ Andrew Hamilton
Recorded at Bosstown Studio, Atlanta Georgia; Outline Studio, Miami, Florida; Pro-Jam Studio, New York, New York and live at Fox Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia.
Engineers: Sean "Shy Boy" Davis, Richard Serotta, Greg Lawrence.
Personnel: Larry Blackmon (vocals, background vocals); Jerry Freeman, Richard Ownes, Richard L. Owens , Frank "Captain Disaster" Thompson, Melvin Wells, Nathan Leftenant, Franklin Thompson (horns); B.J. Wheeler, Bernard Wright (sound effects); Aaron Mills, Tomi Jenkins, Charlie Singleton (background vocals).