🎵 AotW Esther Satterfield: Once I Loved (A&M Records SP-3408)

1697585332970.pngEsther Satterfield: Once I Loved

A&M Records SP-3408
Released 1974

Also released on Sagoma/DGM Records S/DGM-741 in 1974


A1: Lift Every Voice And Sing / 3:00​
A2: Love Is Stronger Far Than We / 4:50​
A3: Jikele Maweni (The Retreat Song) / 3:37​
A4: Look To The Children / 4:30​
A5: Summertime / 1:50​
B1: Love Music / 2:25​
B2: Just Leave Me Alone / 4:00​
B3: Once I Loved / 5:33​
B4: You Are The Sunshine Of My Life / 3:07​
B5: The Summer Knows / 2:50​
B6: For Once In My Life / 2:50​


Arranged By, Flugelhorn – Chuck Mangione
Art Direction – Roland Young (3)
Bass – Al Johnson*, Ed Williams*
Congas – Ron Davis
Design [Album Design] – Chuck Beeson
Drums – Joe La Barbera*
Electric Piano, Piano [Acoustic Piano] – Gap Mangione
Engineer, Mastered By [Mastering Engineer] – Mick Guzauski
Guitar – Don Potter
Liner Notes – Chuck Mangione
Management [Personal Manager] – Tom Iannaccone
Mastered By [Mastering Engineer] – Frank DeLuna
Photography By – Chris Callis
Producer – Chuck Mangione
Saxophone, Flute, Percussion [Misc. Percussion] – Gerry Niewood
Vocals - Esther Satterfield


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Sagoma/DGM Cover




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Rudy

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This is yet another album released on the Sagoma/DGM, which like the prior Gap Mangione album, was tied to Chuck Mangione (who produced) and includes familiar Mangione sidekicks such as Gerry Niewood (woodwinds), Mick Guzauski (engineer), and Gap Mangione (keys).
 

Bobberman

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I love her singing I especially enjoy her later vocal version of "Chase the Clouds away" on her Need to be album the lyrics are for me very deep for unanswerable reasons
 

Rudy

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I haven't looked, but...I wonder whatever happened to her. She doesn't have anything that I can find beyond her albums with the Mangiones.
 

Bobberman

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I haven't looked, but...I wonder whatever happened to her. She doesn't have anything that I can find beyond her albums with the Mangiones.
File under " Where are they now" I agree I would have loved to hear more from Ms Satterfield as i followed the Mangiones I would have followed her music she was a very unique singer
 
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