Gene Van Buren Discography of CDs
||What's Your Pleasure? CD (2010) |
Gene Van Buren albums Gene Van Buren's is one of the best kept secrets in black music with his one and only album "What's your pleasure" from 1982. Not very much is known about him or his career. With a voice similar to Glenn Jones, intense and passionate, Van Buren delivered
Personnel: Gene Van Buren (piano, background vocals); Dwight Carol, Marlo Henderson, Charles Fearing (guitar); Franklin "Rusty" Hamilton (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, synthesizer, mini-Moog synthesizer); Michael White , Leon "Ndugu" Chancler (drums); "Boots" Grey (percussion); Porchia Griffin, Lynn Davis (background vocals).
Recording information: Artisan Sound Recorders, Hollywood, CA; Motown/Hitsville U.S.A.; Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA.
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|Backbone CD (1993) Top Seller
Gene Van Buren CD discography On Backbone, a set of obvious dance tracks, saxophonist Boney James resembles Grover Washington, Jr., both on tenor and soprano. ~ Scott Yanow
Recorded at Alpha Studios, Burbank, California.
Personnel: Boney James (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, Clavinet, keyboards, synthesizer); Gene Van Burne, Alex Brown, Bridgette Bryant (vocals); Peter White (guitar, acoustic guitar); Doc Powell, Allen Hinds, Paul Jackson, Jr. (guitar); Sam Riney (alto flute); David Torkanowsky (piano, keyboards); Darrell Smith, Daryl Smith, Darryl Otis Smith, Jeff Carruthers, Kiki Ebsen (keyboards); Lenny Castro (percussion).
Audio Mixer: Paul Brown .
Recording information: Alpha Studios, Burbank, CA.
Photographer: Andrea Marouk.
Arrangers: Carl Barnett; Jeff Carruthers; Paul Brown ; Boney James.
Personnel: Boney James (soprano & tenor saxophones, clavinet, keyboards); Bridgette Bryant, Gene Van Buren, Alex Brown (vocals); Sam Riney (alto flute); David Torkanowsky (piano, keyboards); Jeff Carruthers, Kiki Ebsen, Daryl Smith (keyboards); Paul Jackson Jr., "Doc" Powell, Allen Hinds (guitar); Peter White (acoustic guitar); Freddie Washington, Roberto Vally, Dwayne "Smitty" Smith (bass); Lenny Castro (percussion).
||Heatwave: Patti LuPone Sings Irving Berlin CD (1995) |
Gene Van Buren albums Recorded in Culver City, California in July 1994. Includes liner notes by Tommy Krasker.
All songs written by Irving Berlin.
Personnel includes: Patti LuPone, Byron Motley, Josef Powell, Gene Van Buren, John West (vocals), John Mauceri (conductor), Bruce Dukov (concertmaster), Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.
||Champs Elysees CD (2000) |
Gene Van Buren music CDs Bob Sinclar, just slightly more of a self-publicist than Thomas Bangalter (the Daft Punk mainman and co-producer of Sinclar's "Gym Tonic" hit), seemed completely resistant to changing any of the longstanding clichés of filter-disco and the '70s nostalgia movement for his second LP, Champs Elysées. Ably summoning the spirit of the age of Cerrone and Charlie's Angels, Sinclar proved himself a solid producer despite the lack of freshness, adding in plenty of swooping strings, nickel-bag guitars, and soft-toned keyboards. "Got to Be Free" and "Darlin'" (featuring ex-D-Train vocalist James "D-Train" ...
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Gene Van Buren discography Key Personnel
|Member Name||Worked With|
|Michael White||Luther Vandross, Will Downing, Pharoah Sanders, Gerald Albright, Teena Marie, Paul Taylor, George Benson, John Coltrane, Richard Elliot|
|Lynn Davis||George Duke, Luther Vandross, Eros Ramazzotti, Vonda Shepard, Mariah Carey, Kenny G, Joe Sample, Stanley Turrentine, Paul Anka, Howard Ashman|
|Leon Ndugu Chancler|
|Gene Van Buren||Boney James, Patti LuPone, Bob Sinclar|
|Franklin "Rusty" Hamilton|
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