Kai Winding: A&M Records
Various Artists, "Heavenly Highway", A&M Records [For American Airlines] #47 (19__).[Reel Tape Compilation]
This Reel Tape Compilation contains tracks recorded by the following artists:
Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66
Various Artists,"Jazz in a Penthouse", A&M Records #AMLB 1003 (1970).[LP Compilation]
Includes "Struttin' With Some Barbeque" (Paul Desmond) and
"Killer Joe" (Quincy Jones) which tracks have Kai Winding on trombone.
Original tracks produced by Creed Taylor.
Michel Colombier, "Wings", A&M #______
Michel Colombier, "Wings", A&M/Universal [Europe] #393
Includes participation by Kai Winding,
Freedom and Fear
Doesn't Anybody Know?
Morning Is Come Again
For Those Who Cannot Hear
We Could Be Flying
All in All
Produced by Herb Alpert.
Quincy Jones, "I Heard That!!", A&M Records #AMLH 63705 (1976).[2-LP Compilation Set]
Includes participation by Kai Winding on trombone on the tracks: "Killer Joe" and "Walking in Space".
Produced by Quincy Jones.
[Original Stereo LP]
[Original Stereo LP labels]
[DJ/Promo LP labels]
Esther Satterfield, "The Need To Be", A&M Records #SP-3411 (1976).[Original LP & DJ/Promo LP]
Esther Satterfield, "The Need To Be", A&M Records [Canada] #SP-3411 (1976).[LP & DJ/Promo LP]
Kai Winding served as the Orchestra Personnel Coordinator on this record.
Produced by Chuck Mangione.
[Original LP labels]
Chuck Mangione, "The Children of Sanchez", A&M #SP-6700 (1978).[Original LP]
Participation by Kai Winding as trombonist and
Chuck Mangione, "The Children of Sanchez", A&M #SP-6700 (1998).[CD Reissue]
Quincy Jones, "Walking In Space", A&M Records #393 023-2 (1985).[CD Reissue]
Includes performance by Kai Winding,
Personnel: Quincy Jones (arranger,
conductor); Bob James (arranger, electric piano); Hilda Harris,
Marilyn Jackson, Valerie Simpson, Maeretha Stewart (vocals); Freddie
Hubbard, John Frosk, Marvin Stamm, Lloyd
Michaels, Dick Williams, Snooky Young (trumpet); Alan Raph (trombone,
bass trombone); J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding, Jimmy Cleveland, Norman
Pride, Tony Studd (trombone); George Jeffers
(bass trombone); Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Hubert Laws, Joel Kaye, Jerome
Richardson (woodwinds); Toots Thielemans (harmonica, guitar); Paul
Griffin (piano); Eric Gale (guitar); Ray Brown
(acoustic & electric basses); Chuck Rainey (electric bass);
Bernard Purdie, Grady Tate (drums).
Original LP produced by Creed Taylor.
Includes liner notes by Morgan Ames and Zan
This album was awarded the GRAMMY® for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Performance in 1969.
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