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Cleveland Eaton - Bama Boogie Woogie FLAC Album

Cleveland Eaton - Bama Boogie Woogie FLAC Album
Jazz-Funk, Funk, Disco
  • Performer:
    Cleveland Eaton
  • Title:
    Bama Boogie Woogie
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Jazz-Funk, Funk, Disco
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  • Country:
  • Size FLAC version
    1227 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1700 mb
  • Size WMA version
    2402 mb
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    Vinyl, LP, Compilation


1West Coast Disco
Written-By – C. Berry, C. Eaton Snr., K. Talley
2Bama Boogie Woogie
Written-By – C. Eaton Snr.
3The Funky Cello
Written-By – C. Eaton Snr.
4Chi-Town Theme
Written-By – C. Eaton Snr.
5Flying High
Written-By – C. Eaton, K. Talley
6Pure Love
Written-By – Mike Percy
7Whammy Omy
Written-By – C. Eaton Snr.
8Funky Funky Music
Written-By – Bo Berry, C. Eaton Snr.


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MLP 3001Cleveland Eaton Bama Boogie Woogie ‎(LP, Comp)Miracle Records MLP 3001UK1979
INT 148.312Cleveland Eaton Bama Boogie Woogie ‎(LP, Comp)GullINT 148.312Germany1979


  • A&r, CoordinatorPete Waterman
  • Arranged ByLester Snell
  • Design [Sleeve]David Howells
  • DrumsNathaniel Miller
  • Other [Thanks To] – Ed Green, Garden Of Eaton, The
  • Photography – Cuikako
  • TromboneArchie Cooper, Kenneth Judkins
  • TrumpetHudie Henderson
  • Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Arranged By, Other [Thanks To]Bo Berry
  • Vocals, Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass, Cello [Jazz], Arranged ByCleveland Eaton
  • Vocals, CongasAtif Abdul Razzaq
  • Vocals, Electric Piano, Clavinet, Synthesizer [String Machine]Kenneth Tally
  • Vocals, FluteVickie Gate
  • Vocals, GuitarEarl Williams


Produced by Bama Music Inc for Ovation Inc.
Sleeve Design Hull Graphics
℗ 1979, 1978, 1976, 1975 Ovation Records Inc.
© 1979 Miracle Records

Printed in France - GRIMOFFSET - 94400 Vitry


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