Wynne Jammin'

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Wynne Jammin'
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Studio album by Philippé Wynne
Released 1980
Recorded 1980
Genre R&B/Soul/Funk
Length 41:50
Label Uncle Jam/CBS Records
Producer George Clinton, Ron Dunbar, Philippé Wynne
Philippé Wynne chronology
Starting All Over
(1977)
Wynne Jammin
(1980)
Philippé Wynne
(1984)

Wynne Jammin' is a 1980 album by Philippé Wynne, the former lead singer of the Spinners. It was the second album released on the Uncle Jam/CBS label, fronted by Parliament-Funkadelic leader George Clinton and his manager Archie Ivy. The album features many musicians from the P-Funk stable.

The album was produced by George Clinton, Ron Dunbar and Philippé Wynne. Wynne Jammin' was reissued by CBS/Sony in Japan on 5/21/94, but quickly went out of print. The original album contained a lyric sheet.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Never Gonna Tell It" (George Clinton, Bernie Worrell) (released as a single-Uncle Jam/CBS 9900 and 12" B-side to "Freak To Freak" by the Sweat Band-Uncle Jam/CBS AS 874)
  2. "Put Your Own Puzzle Together" (J. Glover, J. Dean) (released as a single- Uncle Jam/CBS ZS6 9902)
  3. "You Make Me Happy (You Got The Love I Need)" (Philippé Wynne)
  4. "We Dance So Good Together" (J. Glover, J. Dean)
  5. "Hotel Eternity" (Gary Hudgins, Daryl Clinton, Philippé Wynne, Robert Johnson)
  6. "Breakout" (Philippé Wynne)
  7. "You Gotta Take Chances" (J. Glover, J. Dean)

Personnel[edit]

  • Vocals: Brandye (Telma Hopkins, Joyce Vincent), Philippé Wynne, Jerome Rodgers, Robert Johnson, Ron Ford, Ray Davis, The Doc, Michael "Clip" Payne, Stevie Pannell, David Lee Chong, Jessica Cleaves, Andre Williams, Jeanette McGruder, Shirley Hayden, Chanta Payne, Cheryl James, Sheila Horne
  • Guitars: Mike Hampton, Bruce Nazarian, Kenny Birch, Garry Shider, Dennis Coffey, Willie "Preacher" Hampton
  • Bass: Rodney Curtis, Bruce Nazarian, Donny Sterling, Frank Bryant
  • Drums: Tyrone Lampkin, Jerry Jones
  • Percussion: Carl "Butch" Small, Larry Fratangelo
  • Synthesizer: Bernie Worrell, David Lee Chong
  • Strings: Gordon Staples, Felix Resnick and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
  • Horns: John Trudell, Ernie Rogers, Angelo Carlisi, Ted Jackson, Gordon Stump, Leo Harrison, Maurice Davis, Fred Boldt, Mike Sutter, Marcus Belgrave
  • Background Arrangements: George Clinton, Ron Dunbar, Philippé Wynne
  • Rhythm Arrangements: Rudy Robinson, Bernie Worrell
  • String and Horn Arrangements: Paul Riser, Tony Camillo

Art Direction: Diem Jones