Rodney Johnson Appears on
||Men In Worship CD (1995) |
Rodney Johnson music CDs Arranger: Tom Brooks.
Personnel: Jay Leach , Bob Somma (guitar); Tom Brooks (keyboards); Carl Albrecht (drums); Bob Dawson (percussion); Tim Hosman, Frank Giraldo, Gene Miller, Leonard A. Tucker, Rodney Johnson, Sy Gorieb, John Barbour, John West, Mark Levang, Rick Riso (background ...
||Back Into The SH-T CD (1989)
Rodney Johnson albums The original album title for the last really successful Millie Jackson album. She had several charts hits, including a pair of Top 10 singles, and sounded more vibrant, inspired, and humorous than she had in years. Although Jackson didn't sustain the momentum, it was great to hear her back on top one more time. ~ Ron Wynn
Recording information: The Blues Alley, Baltimore, MD (01/13/1989/01/14/1989).
Photographer: Douglas Rowell.
Personnel: Paul Wright, Jr. (guitar, keyboards); Robert Latham, Rodney Johnson (guitar); Herkimer Steel (strings, congas); Tommy May (saxophone); McNeal Anderson (trumpet); Al Brevard (trombone); Harold Small (keyboards); George Morland (drums); Keisha Jackson, Vicki Hampton (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: David Dachinger.
||Alabama Is My Home CD (2003) |
Rodney Johnson CD discography Personnel: Godchild (vocals); Lamar 'Rhino', High Brothas, Jaguar Jones, Grass, Rodney Johnson (vocals); Robert Hunter (spoken vocals); Ben Stewart (unknown instrument); SharaY Baker, Vick Harris, Nate Jones 'Controversy', Ketha, Mountainbrook Kids Choir, Roger Harris, Loretta Anthony (background vocals).