Paradise (Leroy Hutson album)

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Paradise
Studio album by Leroy Hutson
Released 1982
Genre Funk/Soul
Chicago soul/R&B
Disco
Length 38:05
Label Elektra
Producer Leroy Hutson
Leroy Hutson chronology
Unforgettable
(1979)
Paradise
(1982)
Soothe You, Groove You
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2.5/5 stars [1]

Paradise is the eighth solo album by Leroy Hutson, the first (and only) album to be released for Elektra Records, after his contract with Curtom Records ended.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Classy Lady" 5:30
  2. "Nice and Easy" 4:30
  3. "You Make it Happen" 4:57
  4. "Paradise" 5:40
  5. "She's Got It" 7:57
  6. "Nobody But You" 4:44
  7. "Stay At It" 5:36

Personnel[edit]

  • Leroy Hutson - lead & background vocals, cmposer, drums, horn arrangements, keyboards, percussion, primary artist, producer, rhythm arrangements, songwriter, synthesizer bass, vocal arrangements
  • Dina Andrews - direction
  • Jerry Butler, Stephen Harris, Nicholas Caldwell - composers
  • Ken Cooper - trumpet
  • Nicholas Caldwell - mouth organ, producer, rhythm arrangements, vocal arrangements
  • Melvin Coleman, Reggie Gillerson - bass guitar
  • Steve Barri Cohen, David Egerton, Ann Fry, Larry Miles. Jeffrey Norman, Rick Sanchez - engineers
  • Charles Waring - liner notes
  • Ron Slenzak - photography
  • Norman Ung - art direction
  • David Nathan - tape research
  • Orville McFarland - trombone
  • Giovanni Scatola - mastering
  • Rick Sanchez - mixing
  • Bill Englot - remastering
  • Tom Ferrone, Stephen Harris, Larry Michael White, Rick Sanchez, Larry Andrew Williams - guitars
  • Pat Leonard, Lonnie Reaves, Tim Tobias, Grady Wilkins, Jerry Wilson - keyboards
  • Eric Hackett, Tim Tobias - synthesizer
  • Chester Thompson, Wayne Stewart - drums
  • Stephen Harris, Kenneth Nash, Lonnie Reaves - percussion
  • Rick Conrad - reissuing series
  • Jerry Wilson - saxophone
  • Alphonzo Surrett, Alton Littles, Jr., Calvin Bridges, "Day" Askey Burke, Martin Dumas, Myrna Postel, Nate Hutson, Roz Thompson - background vocals

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