James Ingram ‎– The Power Of Great Music

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Warner Bros. Records ‎– CD 26700
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1 Where Did My Heart Go?
Arranged By, Arranged By [Strings, Horns], Conductor, Keyboards, Producer – Thom BellBass – Marcus MillerDrums – Charles CollinsEngineer [Assistant] – Mark Gulbeault*Guitar – Carlos Rios (2)Mixed By, Recorded By – Clark GermainProducer – James IngramProgrammed By [Keyboards] – Wayne LinseySynthesizer – George MerrillTimpani – Edward Shea*Written-By – Marc Shaiman
3:59
2 How Do You Keep The Music Playing?
Arranged By, Co-producer – Johnny MandelArranged By, Piano [Acoustic] – David FosterArranged By, Producer – Quincy JonesBass – Nathan EastDrums – Leon Ndugu ChanclerGuitar – George Doering, Paul Jackson, Jr.*Mixed By, Recorded By – Joel MossProgrammed By [Synthesizer] – Steve PorcaroSynthesizer – David PaichVocals [Duet With] – Patti AustinWritten-By – Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Michel LeGrand
4:16
3 Just Once
Arranged By [Horns], Trumpet – Jerry HeyArranged By [Rhythm, Vocals], Producer – Quincy JonesArranged By [Strings, Synthesizer] – Johnny MandelBacking Vocals – Patti AustinBass – Abraham LaborielConcertmaster – Gerald VinciDrums – John Robinson (2)Engineer [Assistant] – Ed "Big Julie" Cherney*Guitar – Steve LukatherMixed By, Recorded By – Bruce SwedienPercussion – Paulinho Da CostaPiano [Acoustic, Electric] – David FosterPiano [Acoustic], Synthesizer [String] – Robbie BuchananProgrammed By [Synthesizer], Synthesizer – Ian UnderwoodSaxophone, Flute – Ernie Watts, Kim HutchcroftSynthesizer – Greg PhillinganesTrombone – Bill Reichenbach (2)Trumpet – Chuck FindleyWritten-By – Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil
4:32
4 Somewhere Out There
Arranged By, Guitar – Bob MannBass – Leland SklarDrums – Russell Kunkel*Lyrics By – Cynthia WeilMixed By – George MassenburgMusic By – Barry Mann, James HornerProducer – Peter AsherProducer [Associate] – Steve TyrellProgrammed By, Keyboards – David Kitay, Guy Moon, C. Wells Christie*Recorded By – Allen SidesVocals [Duet With] – Linda Ronstadt
3:59
5 I Don't Have The Heart
Arranged By, Arranged By [Horns, Strings], Bass, Conductor, Producer – Thom BellArranged By, Keyboards, Programmed By [Keyboards], Written-By – Jud FriedmanBacking Vocals – The Aquarian SingersDrums – Ricky LawsonEngineer [Assistant] – Paul EricksenGuitar – Paul Jackson*Mixed By, Recorded By – Winston JohnsonProducer – James IngramWritten-By – Allan Rich
4:13
6 There's No Easy Way
Arranged By, Producer – Quincy JonesArranged By, Synthesizer – David PaichBass – Abraham LaborielDrums – John Robinson (2)Engineer [Assistant] – Greg Laney, Mark Ettle*, Ric Butz, Steve BatesMixed By, Recorded By – Bruce SwedienProgrammed By [Synthesizer] – Steve PorcaroWritten-By – Barry Mann
3:51
7 Get Ready
Arranged By, Backing Vocals, Keyboards, Music By, Producer – James IngramArranged By, Keyboards, Music By, Producer, Programmed By – Barry MannBacking Vocals – Kevin Guillaume, Ralph Hawkins*Engineer [Assistant] – Leon GranadosLyrics By – Cynthia WeilMixed By, Recorded By – Chris HuffordSaxophone [Solo] – Michael Paulo
4:29
8 Baby, Come To Me
Arranged By [Vocal, Rhythm, Synthesizers], Synthesizer, Written-By – Rod TempertonBacking Vocals – James Ingram, Patti AustinBass – Eddie Watkins, Jr.*Drums – John Robinson (2)Engineer [Assistant] – Brian Reeves, Ed "Big Julie" Cherney*, Matt ForgerGuitar – Steve LukatherKeyboards, Synthesizer – Greg PhillinganesMixed By, Recorded By – Bruce SwedienPercussion – Paulinho Da CostaProducer – Quincy JonesSynthesizer – David Foster, Michael BoddickerVocals [Duet With] – Patti Austin
3:30
9 One Hundred Ways
Arranged By [Horns, Strings], Trumpet – Jerry HeyArranged By [Synthesizer] – Johnny MandelArranged By [Vocals], Producer – Quincy JonesBass – Louis JohnsonDrums – John Robinson (2)Engineer [Assistant] – Ed "Big Julie" Cherney*Flute, Saxophone – Kim HutchcroftFlute, Saxophone, Soloist [Tenor Sax] – Ernie WattsGuitar – Steve LukatherMixed By, Recorded By – Bruce SwedienPiano [Electric], Soloist [Synthesizer] – Greg PhillinganesSynthesizer, Programmed By [Synthesizer] – Ian UnderwoodTrombone – Bill Reichenbach (2)Trumpet – Chuck FindleyWritten-By – Ben Wright*, Kathy Wakefield, Tony Coleman
4:19
10 Ya Mo Be There
Arranged By, Producer, Voice [African] – Quincy JonesArranged By, Synthesizer – Michael McDonaldArranged By, Synthesizer, Written-By – James Ingram, Rod TempertonDrums – John Robinson (2)Engineer [Assistant] – Greg Laney, Mark Ettle*, Ric Butz, Steve BatesMixed By, Recorded By – Bruce SwedienPercussion – Paulinho Da CostaSynthesizer – Michael BoddickerVocals [Duet With] – Michael McDonaldWritten-By – Michael McDonald, Quincy Jones
4:02
11 Remember The Dream
Arranged By [Background Vocal], Backing Vocals – Andrae Crouch*Arranged By [Background Vocal], Backing Vocals, Tambourine – Sandra CrouchArranged By [Background Vocal], Written-By – Steve TyrellArranged By, Piano [Acoustic], Synthesizer [Moog Bass], Written-By – Joe SampleArranged By, Written-By – Stephanie TyrellBacking Vocals – Alfie Gilas*, Geary Faggett, Howard McCrary, Jackie Farris, Howard Pattie*, Perry Morgan, Rose Banks, Tata Vega, Vonciele Faggett*Bass – Freddie WashingtonDrums – John Robinson (2)Guitar – Bob Mann, Ray Parker Jr.Mixed By, Recorded By – David SchoberOrgan – Michael Finnigan*Other [Production Co-ordinator] – Mark HeyesProducer – Steve TyrellProgrammed By [Synthesizer] – Guy MoonRecorded By – David HinesSaxophone – Wilton Felder
4:22
12 Whatever We Imagine
Arranged By – Jerry HeyArranged By, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Written-By – David FosterDrums – John Robinson (2)Engineer [Assistant] – Greg Laney, Mark Ettel, Ric Butz, Steve BatesLyricon – Tom ScottMixed By, Recorded By – Bruce SwedienPercussion – Paulinho Da CostaProducer – Quincy JonesProgrammed By [Synthesizer] – Craig Hunley*, Ian UnderwoodWritten-By – Jeremy Lubbock, Paul Gordon (3)
3:58

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Tracks info:
1. End Title Song from "City Slickers"
2. Theme from "Best Friends"
4. Theme from "An American Tail"
8. Love Theme for "General Hospital"
11. Theme for "Black Entertainment TV YSB (Young Sisters And Brothers) Magazine"

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