Metamorphosis (Wade Marcus album)

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Metamorphosis is an album by jazz arranger Wade Marcus, released in 1976 on ABC Records/Impulse! Records.[1] Wade Marcus was a prolific and influential producer during the 1970s, producing album by acts such as The Blackbyrds, Gary Bartz, A Taste Of Honey, The Sylvers, Eddie Kendricks, The Dramatics, Donald Byrd and Stevie Wonder. The album hit #38 on Jazz Albums chart.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Metamorphosis" (Wade Marcus)
  2. "Sugar Loaf Sunrise" (Esmond Edwards)
  3. "Would You Like To Ride" (Marlo Henderson)
  4. "Journey To Morocco" (Wade Marcus)
  5. "Poinciana" (Buddy Bernier, Nat Simon)
  6. "Feelings" (Morris Albert)
  7. "Funk Machine" (Marlo Henderson)
  8. "Daniel" (Elton John, Bernie Taupin)

Personnel[edit]

Soloists

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