Spirit of The Boogie - Personnel


  • Amir-Salaam Bayyan - Guitar
  • Khalis Bayyan - Piano, Arranger, Sax (Tenor), Vocals, Clavinet, Kalimba, Arp
  • Robert "Kool" Bell - Bass, Vocals
  • Donal Boyce - Vocals
  • George "Funky" Brown - Percussion, Piano, Drums, Vocals
  • Godfrey Diamond - Engineer, Mixing
  • Ron Saint Germain - Engineer
  • Harvey Goldberg - Engineer, Mixing
  • Alec Head - Engineer
  • Ray Janos - Engineer
  • Robert "Spike" Mickens - Percussion, Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Vocals
  • Otha Nash - Trombone, Vocals
  • Terry Rosiello - Engineer
  • Dennis "D.T." Thomas - Flute, Sax (Alto), Vocals
  • Ricky West - Vocals, Clavinet
  • Gary N. Mayo - Digital Remastering
  • Henry Arvinger - Photography
  • Claydes E.X. Smith - Guitar
  • Something Sweet - Vocals (bckgr)

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