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I once had an LP by Jimmy Coe but sold it to another board member - unfortunately I cannot  remember who it was, as I found out I did not take notes of the complete credits. Below is what I have. I need composer credits for several tracks. Can you help me?

Thanks in advance ....

 

Date: April 21 & May 6, 2000
Location: Indianapolis, IN
Label: Weeden International Recording & Publishing Co.
Jimmy Coe & Paul Weeden

Jimmy Coe, Paul Weeden (ldr), Clifford Ratliff (t), Jimmy Coe (ts), Emmett Stewart (bar), Reginald Duvalle (tb), Paul Weeden (g), Melvin Rhyne (p), Frank Smith (b), Earl Coe (d), Steve Como King (cga), James Bell, Aretta Bush, Ronald Weeden (v)

a.   Slick Dude - 6:40
b.   At Odds - 3:39
c.   Boogie Down - 5:38
d.   This Bitter Earth - 4:25(Clyde Otis)
e.   Day By Day - 2:10(Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston, Sammy Cahn)
f.   April Is Pretty - 5:50
g.   Dexter - 3:37(Paul Weeden)
h.   In Between - 3:54(Paul Weeden)
i.   Now I Know - 3:40(Paul Weeden)
j.   More Today Than Yesterday - 2:49(Patrick Upton)
k.   Naptown Shuffle - 4:00
All titles on: Weeden International Recording & Publishing Co. CDJCPW1329 — Now I Know Dreams Do Come True

James Bell (v) on j; Aretta Bush (v) on d-e; Ronald Weeden (v) on i.

The last two tracks were reversed in the back cover listing.

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p.s. data corrected after GOM's reply below. Case closed.

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18 hours ago, mikeweil said:

I once had an LP by Jimmy Coe but sold it to another board member - unfortunately I cannot  remember who it was, as I found out I did not take notes of the complete credits. Below is what I have. I need composer credits for several tracks. Can you help me?

Thanks in advance ....

 

Date: April 21 & May 6, 2000
Location: Indianapolis, IN
Label: Weeden International Recording & Publishing Co.
Jimmy Coe & Paul Weeden

Jimmy Coe, Paul Weeden (ldr), Clifford Ratliff (t), Jimmy Coe (ts), Emmett Stewart (bar), Reginald Duvalle (tb), Paul Weeden (g), Melvin Rhyne (p), Frank Smith (b), Earl Coe (d), Steve Como King (cga), James Bell, Aretta Bush, Ronald Weeden (v)

a.   Slick Dude - 6:40
b.   At Odds - 3:39
c.   Boogie Down - 5:38
d.   This Bitter Earth - 4:25(Clyde Otis)
e.   Day By Day - 2:10(Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston, Sammy Cahn)
f.   April Is Pretty - 5:50
g.   Dexter - 3:37(Ricky Ford)
h.   In Between - 3:54(Jimmy Giuffre)
i.   Now I Know - 3:40(Marvin Smith)
j.   More Today Than Yesterday - 2:49(Stevie Wonder)
k.   Naptown Shuffle - 4:00
All titles on: Weeden International Recording & Publishing Co. CDJCPW1329 — Now I Know Dreams Do Come True

James Bell (v) on j; Aretta Bush (v) on d-e; Ronald Weeden (v) on i.

The last two tracks were reversed in the back cover listing.

I have the CD of this at work but am out of the office today--will check tomorrow.  I'm guessing they may be Coe compositions, though?

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Thanks, the copy that I had was a CD, too. The Coe LP with other, earlier music I still have.

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On 9/29/2020 at 4:32 PM, mikeweil said:

Thanks, the copy that I had was a CD, too. The Coe LP with other, earlier music I still have.

Slick Dude-- Paul Weeden

At Odds-- Jimmy Coe

Boogie Down-- Jimmy Coe

April Is Pretty--  Paul Weeden

Naptown Shuffle--  Paul Weeden

 

Interestingly enough, the CD credits "Dexter," "In Between," and "Now I Know"  to Paul Weeden as well.  "More Today Than Yesterday" is credited to Patrick Upton, not Stevie Wonder.

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Thanks!

You're right abpout Upton. My memory failed me after hearing that song in my teens ...

The composer credits to the three other Weeden tunes should be right as well. I went for the ones in the BRIAN database, but when there are several tunes with the same name, and not all of them are entered .... but that's part of the research. 

Thanks again - this clears on of the three last questions I had about Melvin Rhyne recordings. another was answered by John Altenburgh after I wrote him an e-mail regarding the Mark Ladley trio sessions with Rhyne. The last one wil ne put in a new thread in this forum. 

 

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