Family Affair (Philip Bailey album)

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Family Affair
Studio album by Philip Bailey
Released 1989
Genre Gospel
Length 39:29
Label Word Records
Producer Philip Bailey, Dan Posthuma, Rev. Oliver W. Wells
Philip Bailey chronology
Inside Out
(1986)
Family Affair
(1989)
The Best of Philip Bailey: A Gospel Collection
(1991)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

Family Affair is a 1989 Gospel album by Philip Bailey which was released on the Word Records label.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "This Is How the Work Gets Done"   Charlie Peacock 4:09
2. "Family Affair"   Philip Bailey, Pamela Phillips-Oland, Monty Seward 4:45
3. "No Compromise"   Philip Bailey, Rev. Oliver W. Wells 3:40
4. "Lonely Broken Hearted People"   Philip Bailey, Richard Smallwood, Rev. Oliver W. Wells 4:10
5. "Oasis"   Philip Bailey, Rev. Oliver W. Wells 1:07
6. "Where Can I Go?"   Philip Bailey, Rev. Oliver W. Wells 4:39
7. "Let's Talk About Jesus"   Philip Bailey, Richard Smallwood, Rev. Oliver W. Wells 3:12
8. "Love That Lasts"   Rev. Oliver W. Wells 3:46
9. "Call to War"   Philip Bailey, Richard Smallwood, Rev. Oliver W. Wells 5:20
10. "Lord You Reign"   Philip Bailey, Richard Smallwood, Rev. Oliver W. Wells 4:41

[2]

Personnel[edit]

Musicians[edit]

  • Bruce V. Allen - Hammond Organ
  • Sandra Arenz - Oboe
  • John Askew - Background Vocals
  • Philip Bailey - Vocals, Background Vocals
  • Robin Brown - Background Vocals
  • Pat Buchanan - Guitar
  • Carl Caldwell - Background Vocals
  • Daryl Coley - Background Vocals, Choir Master, Vocal Conductor
  • Robert Craig - Background Vocals
  • William E. Croom, Jr. - Background Vocals
  • Renee Crutcher - Background Vocals
  • Gwen Culp - Background Vocals
  • Mittie Dawson-Allen - Background Vocals
  • Gina Dowell - Background Vocals
  • Jere Flint - Cello
  • Andrew Gouche - Bass
  • Taj Harmon - Background Vocals
  • Andrea Hurst - Background Vocals
  • Jean Johnson - Background Vocals
  • Nancy Maddox - Cello
  • Ed Marshall - Background Vocals
  • Scott Meeder - Drums
  • Rick Nelson - Background Vocals
  • Leon Patillo - Background Vocals
  • Oscar Pereira - Violin
  • Sheldon Reynolds - Guitar
  • Monty Seward - Keyboards
  • Willard Shull - Violin
  • Alfie Silas - Background Vocals
  • Richard Smallwood - Piano, Clavinet
  • Shannon Sterling - Background Vocals
  • Rev. Oliver W. Wells - Keyboards, Background Vocals
  • Kirk Whalum - Soprano & Tenor Saxophone
  • Tom White - French Horn
  • Williams - Background Vocals
  • Eddie Williams - Background Vocals
  • Morgan Winters - Synclavier
  • Marie Yadzinski - Violin

Production[edit]

  • Philip Bailey - Arranger, Producer, Drum Programming
  • Jeff Balding - Engineer
  • David Bates - Second Engineer
  • Dean Burt - Engineer, Mixing
  • Scott Carter - Second Engineer
  • Ron Christopher - Engineer
  • Steve Deutsch - Programming
  • Tony d'Amico - Engineer
  • Maureen Droney - Engineer
  • Dan Garcia - Mixing
  • Reid Hall - Second Engineer
  • Ricky Keller - Engineer
  • Paul Klingberg - Engineer
  • Scott Meeder - Drum Programming
  • Al Phillips - Engineer
  • Dan Posthuma - Executive Producer
  • Chris Rich - Engineer
  • Billy Savage - Programming
  • Doug Sax - Mastering
  • Martin Schmelzle - Engineer
  • Josh Schneider - Engineer
  • Monty Seward - Programming, Rhythm Arrangements
  • Richard Smallwood - Rhythm Arrangements
  • Rev. Oliver W. Wells - Arranger, Conductor, Keyboards, Programming, Producer
  • Melvin Williams - Vocal Arrangement
  • Morgan Winters - Programming
  • Jim Zimpano - Engineer

[2]

Charts[edit]

Album – Billboard[2]
Year Chart Position
1989 Top Gospel Albums 37

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.allmusic.com/album/r90139/review
  2. ^ a b c d "Family Affair - Overview". allmusic.com. Retrieved 18 June 2009.