Winners (Kleeer album)

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Winners
Kleer Winners.jpg
Studio album by Kleeer
Released 1979
Recorded 1979 at The Power Station, New York City, New York
Genre Soul, Funk
Label Atlantic
Producer Dennis King
Kleeer
Kleeer chronology
I Love to Dance
(1979)
Winners
(1979)
License to Dream
(1981)

Winners is the second album by American New York City based Kleeer.

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Released late in 1979 this would be second of two albums the band would release that year.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Winners" (Norman Durham, Woody Cunningham) 7:09
  2. "I Still Love You" (Woody Cunningham) 4:12
  3. "Your Way" (Norman Durham, Woody Cunningham) 4:44
  4. "Close To You" (Richard Lee Jr.) 5:24
  5. "Rollin' On" (Paul Crutchfield, Woody Cunningham) 3:49
  6. "Nothin' Said" (Woody Cunningham) 4:54
  7. "Hunger For Your Love" (Paul Crutchfield, Richard Lee Jr.) 5:34
  8. "Open Your Mind" (Norman Durham, Woody Cunningham) 6:44

Personnel[edit]

  • Norman Durham - Clavinet, Electric Piano (Fender Rhodes), Guitar, Harpsichord, Omnichord (Arp Omni), Percussion, Lead and Backing Vocals
  • Woody Cunningham - Drums, Percussion, Lead and Backing Vocals
  • Paul Crutchfield - Congas, Percussion, Backing Vocals
  • Terry Dolphin - Clavinet, Electric Piano (Fender Rhodes), Grand Piano
  • Richard Lee - Guitar, Percussion, Backing Vocals
  • Eric Rohrbaugh - Clavinet, Electric Piano (Fender Rhodes), Omnichord (Arp Omni), Synthesizer (Mini Moog)
  • Louis Small - Electric Piano (Fender Rhodes)
  • Eddie Martinez - Guitar
  • Jon Faddis, Randy Brecker - Trumpet
  • Alan Raph - Trombone
  • Brooks Tillotson - French Horn
  • Michael Brecker - Tenor Saxophone
  • Eddie Daniels - Alto Saxophone
  • Gene Orloff - Concertmaster
  • Carlos Franzetti - Conductor (Strings And Horns)
  • Isabelle Coles - Lead Vocals on "I Still Love You"
  • Carol Sylvan, Melanie Moore, Yvette Flowers - Backing Vocals

Charts[edit]

Chart (1980) Peak
position
Billboard Pop Albums[2] 140
Billboard Top Soul Albums[2] 24

Singles[edit]

Year Single Chart positions[3]
US
R&B
US
Dance
1980 "Winners'" 23 37
"Open Your Mind" 86 -

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Theakston, Rob. Kleeer: Winners > Review at AllMusic. Retrieved 06 September 2011.
  2. ^ a b "Kleeer US albums chart history". allmusic.com. Retrieved 2011-09-06. 
  3. ^ "Kleeer US singles chart history". allmusic.com. Retrieved 2011-09-06.