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Average White Band-Whatcha' Gonna Do for Me

Average White Band - Whatcha' Gonna Do for Me

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Average White Band Whatcha' Gonna Do for Me
The first release of this song, from their 1980 Shine album. The song was recorded and released a year later by Chaka Khan, on her 1981 solo album of the same title. Written by Ned Doheny and Hamish Stuart.

Produced by David Foster
Engineered & Mixed by Humberto Gatica
Recorded at Sunset Sound Studios, Los Angeles
Assistant Enginers : David Leonard & Joe Laux
Additional engineering by Mark Linett
Additional recording at Davlen Studios, Los Angeles
Assistant Engineer : Jeff Borgeson
Mixed at Nova Sound Studios, Los Angeles
Assistant Engineers : Craig Widby & Ron Pendragon

Average White Band :

Hamish Stuart : Lead vocals & Guitar
Onnie McIntyre : Guitar
Roger Ball : Keyboards & Alto Sax
Malcolm Duncan : Tenor Sax
Stephen "Steve" Ferrone : Drums & Percussion
Alan Gorrie : Lead vocals & Bass

Additional musicians :

Keyboards : David Foster
Percussion : Lenny Castro, Paul Lani & Paulinho Da Costa
Background vocals : Brenda Russell
Synthesizer programming : Ralph Dyck & Michael Boddicker

Horn section :

Trumpets & Flugelhorns : Jerry Hey, Gary Grant & Larry Hall
Trombones : Lew McCreary & Bill Reichenbach
Saxes & Woodwinds : Malcolm Duncan, Roger Ball, Ernie Watts, Kim Hutchcroft & Larry Williams

String Contractor : Frank DeCaro
Concert Master : Jerry Vinci
Horns & Strings arranged by Roger Ball, Jerry Hey & David Foster
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