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Patrick Hernandez - Born To Be Alive Album

Patrick Hernandez - Born To Be Alive Album
  • Performer: Patrick Hernandez
  • Title: Born To Be Alive
  • Genre: Funk
  • Cat #: AQS YL 156
  • Label: Aquarius
  • Country: Belgium
  • Date of release: 1979
  • Style: Disco
  • FLAC size 2656 mb
  • MP3 size: 1356 mb
  • Record From Vinyl, LP, Album

Tracklist

1Show Me The Way You Kiss
Mixed By – Gerry Block
7:20
2Born To Be Alive (New Mix)
Mixed By – Jean Trenchant
6:05
3You Turn Me On
Featuring – Hervé TholanceMixed By – Gerry Block
4:37
4Disco Queen
Mixed By – Gerry Block
6:04
5It Comes So Easy
Mixed By – Jim Dougherty
2:28
6Back To Boogie
Featuring – Hervé TholanceMixed By – Gerry Block
5:04
7I Give You A Rendez-Vous (New Mix)
Mixed By – Jean Trenchant
3:27

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AQS YL 156Patrick Hernandez Born To Be Alive ‎(LP, Album)AquariusAQS YL 156France1979
RISLP 14024Patrick Hernandez Born To Be Alive ‎(LP, Album)Rossil, AquariusRISLP 14024Portugal1979
CRPOP125Patrick Hernandez Born To Be Alive ‎(CD, Album, RM)Cherry PopCRPOP125UK2013
AQS YL156Patrick Hernandez Born To Be Alive ‎(LP, Album, Yel)AquariusAQS YL156Brazil1979
AQS YL156Patrick Hernandez Born To Be Alive ‎(LP, Album)AquariusAQS YL156Brazil1979

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric GuitarJ. Munaffo
  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Backing VocalsHervé Tholance
  • Arranged By [Strings, Horn And Brass]Guy De Lo
  • Arranged By [Vocal Arrangements]Hervé Tholance, Patrick Hernandez
  • Backing VocalsPatrick Hernandez
  • BassP. Marchese, R. Keller
  • ConductorGuy De Lo
  • DesignChristian Caumon
  • DrumsB. Castellucci, J. Troud, J.P. Onraedt
  • Electric GuitarK. Mims, K. Mulligan
  • Keyboards [Rhodes, Moog, Piano, Organ]A. Fein Gold, C. Lerouge, Guy De Lo
  • Leader [Brass]W. Vandewaele
  • Leader [Strings]A. Speguel
  • OboeJ.M. Tourny
  • Orchestrated By [Orchestral Conception]Hervé Tholance, Jean Vanloo, Patrick Hernandez
  • Photography ByPhilippe Girardeau
  • ProducerJean Vanloo
  • Recording Supervisor [Lyrics And Vocal Superviser]John Turton
  • Soloist, SaxophoneP. Lacirignola
  • Soloist, TrumpetJ. Coolen
  • SynthesizerDan Lanksman
  • Tambourine, TimbalesJ. Wampach

Notes

Recorded at studio Katy Ohain (Waterloo) Belgium between June 1978 and April 1979
©℗ 1978 A1.B3.
©℗ 1979 A2.A3.B1.B2
Track B1: Duration on backsleeve 5:04, on label 5:05

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: SABAM

Album

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