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Release Info: Carole King - Welcome Home (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Carole King – Welcome Home
Avatar Records (8) – 2S 068-85495
Vinyl, LP, Album
Folk, World, & Country, Pop, Rock
Soft Rock, Folk
A1 Main Street Saturday Night
Written-By – Carole King 5:42
Dulcimer [Hammer] – Bob Harrington (3)
Written-By – C. King*, R. Evers* 4:02
A3 Venusian Diamond
Written-By – C. King*, Navarro (7), R. Evers* 4:28
Written-By – Carole King 2:27
A5 Morning Sun
Written-By – Carole King 4:33
B1 Disco Tech
Soloist, Saxophone – Ernie Watts
Written-By – C. King*, Navarro (7) 5:12
B2 Wings Of Love
Written-By – C. King*, R. Evers* 3:24
B3 Ride The Music
Written-By – Carole King 3:12
B4 Everybody's Got The Spirit
Written-By – Carole King 3:47
B5 Welcome Home
Choir – Alexandra Brown*, Ann White, Carole King, Mark Hallman, Richard Hardy, Robert McEntee, Stephanie Sprull
Written-By – Carole King 3:15
Arranged By [Horns] – George Bohanon
Arranged By [Strings] – Carole King
Artwork By [Direction] – Roy Kohara, Roy Renolds
Bass, Written-By – Rob Galloway (tracks: A3, B1)
Cello – Dennis Karmazin*, Ronald Cooper
Congas, Percussion, Written-By – Miguel Rivera (6) (tracks: A3, B1)
Cowbell – Rick Evers (tracks: A3)
Drums, Written-By – Michael Wooten (2) (tracks: A3, B1)
Engineer – Linda Tyler, Norm Kinney, Steve Katz (2)
Flute, Saxophone, Clarinet, Vocals, Written-By – Richard Hardy (tracks: A3, B1)
Guitar, Vocals, Written-By – Mark Hallman (tracks: A3, B1), Robert McEntee (tracks: A3, B1)
Harp – Georgia Kelly (tracks: A3, B5)
Photography – Roy Reynolds
Producer – Carole King, Norm Kinney
Tambura – Anne Golia (tracks: A3)
Trumpet, Flugelhorn [Fluegelhorn] – Nolan Andrew Smith Jr.*
Viola – Denyse Buffum, Rollice Dale
Violin – Dorothy Wade, Frank Foster (2), Israel Baker, John Wittenberg, Kenneth Yerke, Marcia Van Dyke, William H. Henderson*
Violin, Concertmaster – Charles Veal Jr.
Vocals [High] – Rob Galloway (tracks: B1)
Rob Galloway (aka Poonah)
Choir on "Welcome Home" consists of Mark Hallman, Robert McEntee, Richard Hardy, Carole King, and three ladies kidnapped from the studio across the hall - Stephanie Sprull, Alexandra Brown, and Ann White.
The trio on "Changes" was played by the first member of each section.
Recorded at Sound Labs, Inc., Hollywood, California, January, 1978.
Avatar Records, Manufactured & Distributed By Capitol Records, Inc.
℗1978 Capitol Records Inc.
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