Michael Henderson – Goin’ Places (1977)

Goin’ Places is the second solo album by American bassist/vocalist Michael Henderson, released in 1977 on Buddah.

A1. “Whip It” (4:01)
A2. “Goin’ Places” (4:08)
A3. “Let Me Love You” (5:00)
A4. “I Can’t Help It” (4:16)
B1. “I’ll Be Understanding” (3:03)
B2. “At the Concert” (7:16)
B3. “Won’t You Be Mine” (7:00)

Arranged By – David Van De Pitte* (tracks: B2, B3)
Backing Vocals – Brenda White* (tracks: B2), Gwen Guthrie (tracks: B2), Michael Henderson, Yolanda McCullough* (tracks: B2)
Bass – Michael Henderson
Bongos – Michael Henderson (tracks: A4)
Clavinet – Rudy Robinson (tracks: A4)
Congas – Juba (tracks: B2)
Drums – Jerry Jones (2)
Engineer – Dave Wittman (tracks: A3, B3), Ralph Moss (tracks: A3, B3)
Guitar – Randall Jacobs* (tracks: A1), Ray Parker* (tracks: A3, B3)
Handclaps – Barbara Shelley (tracks: A2), Mark Johnson (tracks: A2), Rudy Robinson (tracks: A2), Wesley Gullick (tracks: A2)
Keyboards [Fender Rhodes] – Herbie Hancock (tracks: A3)
Organ – Rod Lumpkin (tracks: A4, B2)
Percussion – Lorenzo “Bag Of Tricks”* (tracks: A1), Ollie Brown (tracks: A3, B3)
Photography By – Ed Caraeff
Piano – Rudy Robinson (tracks: A2, B1, B2, B3)
Producer – Michael Henderson
Saxophone – Eli Fontaine (tracks: A2, B1, B2)
Strings [Arp] – Rudy Robinson (tracks: A3, B1)
Strings, Horns – New York Strings & Horns*
Synthesizer – Mark Johnson (tracks: A1, A4, B1, B2, B3)
Timbales, Bells – Crusher* (tracks: B2)
Trombone – Steve Hunter (5) (tracks: A1)
Trumpet [Solo] – Marcus Belgraves* (tracks: B2)

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