Impact - The Pac Is Back (1977) MP3/Flac

Impact - The Pac Is Back (1977)
Impact (11) ‎– The Pac Is Back
Label:Fantasy ‎– F-9539, WMOT Records ‎– F-9539
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:1977
Genre:Funk / Soul
Style:Soul
Tracklist Details
A1 Carry Me Back

Written-By – Barrow*, McLean*

5:39
A2 Sara Smile

Written-By – Hall - Oates*

4:26
A3 Rainy Days, Stormy Nights

Written-By – Keith Barrow

5:26
A4 Somebody Loves You

Written-By – Hurtt*, Bell*

3:15
B1 Smile Awhile

Written-By – McDaniels*, McLean*

2:35
B2 Sister Fine

Written-By – McDaniels*, McLean*

3:53
B3 Song To Sing

Written-By – Eli*, Collins*

5:55
B4 My Love

Written-By – Keith Barrow

5:06
B5 I Thought You Might Like To Know

Written-By – Dunham*, Heath*

3:25
Companies etc

Recorded At – Delight Sound Studios
Recorded At – Fantasy Studios
Recorded At – Sigma Sound Studios
Mixed At – Sigma Sound Studios
Mastered At – Frankford/Wayne Recording Labs
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fantasy Records
Copyright (c) – Fantasy Records

Credits

Arranged By – Cornelius Grant (tracks: B5), John Davis (5)
Arranged By [Rhythm] – Cornelius Grant (tracks: A2)
Arranged By [Strings, Horns] – John Davis (5) (tracks: A2)
Arranged By [Vocals] – Damon Harris (tracks: A2)
Art Direction – Phil Carroll
Bass – Larry LaBes, Michael "Sugar Bear" Foreman*, Vince Fay
Conductor – Bill Neal (2) (tracks: B5)
Congas – Larry Washington, Changor*
Design – Lucinda Cowell
Drums – Charles Collins, Jimmy Young, Keith Benson
Engineer [Assistant] – Michael Tarsia
Engineer [Recording] – Carl Paruolo, Dirk Devlin, Eddie Bill Harris, Jackson Schwartz, Kenny Present, Nils Salminen, Ralph Moss, Terry Rosiello
Executive-producer – Alan Rubens, Bruce Gable, Steve Bernstein, WMOT Productions
Guitar – Bill Neal (2), Craig Snyder, Damon Harris, Jeffrey Washington*, TJ Tindall
Horns – Tower Of Power Horns* (tracks: A3, B3)
Keyboards – John "Monster" Davis*, Robert Landrum Jr., Ron Kersey
Performer [Impact Are] – Charles Timmons, Damon Harris, Donald Tilghman, Quintin Simms*
Photography By – Phil Bray
Producer – Damon* (tracks: B5), John Davis (5), Ron Kersey (tracks: A2)
Strings, Horns – Don Renaldo And His Strings And Horns*

Notes
On the back cover, at the Tower Of Power Horns credit, "Song To Sing" is written as "Just As Long As I Gotta Song".

Craig Snyder appears courtesy of Midsong Records
John "Monster Davis" appears courtesy of Sam Records

Recorded at
Delight Studios, Philadelphia
Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia

Produced for WMOT Productions
℗ 1977 Fantasy Records
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