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Rocks The House!

Sidewalk Talk / The Mexican

John "Jellybean" Benitez

Release title: John "Jellybean" Benitez - Wotupski!?!

 
Genre is Electronic 
Style is Electro  Synth-pop 
This album was released on the label EMI America (catalog number 1A K062 20 0391 6)
This album was released in 1984 year. Europe

All track songs from this album John "Jellybean" Benitez - Wotupski!?! You can not listen to (this is not available) here, download mp3 music, individually or the whole album
# Track title Download Type of content Text Track length
A1 Compromise ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 6:39
A2 Sidewalk Talk ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 6:06
A3 Dancing On The Fire ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 6:49
B1 Was Dog A Doughnut ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 7:51
B2 The Mexican ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 8:44

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In studio record of this release "Wotupski!?!" attended those artists:

Gary Gersh (A&r [Coordinator]),  Mavis Brodey (A&r [Coordinator]),  Henry Marquez (Art Direction),  Marisa Armstrong (Coordinator [Production Coordinator]),  Duster (6) (Cover),  Seen (2) (Cover),  Amy Nagasawa (Design),  Martin Burgoyne (Design),  John Ward (3) (Engineer [Assistant]),  Nick Delre (Engineer [Assistant]),  Michael Hutchinson (Engineer [Chief, Recording, Mixing], Producer [Associate]),  Ted Jensen (Mastered By),  Chris Callis (Photography By),  John "Jellybean" Benitez (Producer, Mixed By),  Jim Dougherty (Recorded By [Additional]),  Melanie West (Recorded By [Additional], Engineer [Assistant]),  Alan Shacklock (Written-By, tracks B2),  Ennio Morricone (Written-By, tracks B2),  Fred Zarr (Written-By, tracks A1),  John Robie (Written-By, tracks A3),  Madonna (Written-By, tracks A2),  V. Jeffrey Smith (Written-By, tracks A1),  Yusuf Islam (Written-By, tracks B1),  V. Jeffrey Smith (Arranged By [Vocals], Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals),  Fred Zarr (Arranged By, Drum Programming, Piano, Synthesizer),  Dan Hartman (Backing Vocals),  Frank Simms (Backing Vocals),  George Simms (Backing Vocals),  John "Jellybean" Benitez (Backing Vocals),  Ira Siegel (Guitar),  Bashiri Johnson (Percussion),  David Sanborn (Saxophone),  Jack Waldman (Synthesizer),  Madonna (Arranged By [Vocals], Backing Vocals),  John "Jellybean" Benitez (Arranged By, Programmed By [Drums]),  Stephen Bray (Arranged By, Programmed By [Drums], Synthesizer [Bass], Synthesizer),  Audrey Wheeler (Backing Vocals),  Cindy Mizelle (Backing Vocals),  Marcus Miller (Bass Guitar),  Trevor Gale (Electronic Drums [Simmons Toms]),  Ira Siegel (Guitar),  Catharine Buchanan (Lead Vocals),  Bashiri Johnson (Percussion),  Boyd Jarvis (Synthesizer),  Fred Zarr (Synthesizer),  Cindy Mizelle (Backing Vocals),  Sandy B (Backing Vocals),  John "Jellybean" Benitez (Drum Programming),  Audrey Wheeler (Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals),  John Robie (Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By, Drum Programming, Synthesizer),  Fred Zarr (Arranged By, Drum Programming, Synthesizer),  John "Jellybean" Benitez (Arranged By, Handclaps [Claps], Other [Dog Bark]),  Isidro "Cosa" Ross (Congas, Bongos),  Ricardo Marrero (Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes]),  Nile Rodgers (Guitar),  Tony Smith (Mixed By),  John "Jellybean" Benitez (Arranged By, Drum Programming),  Stephen Bray (Arranged By, Drum Programming, Synthesizer [Bass], Vocoder, Synthesizer),  Marcus Miller (Bass Guitar),  Ira Siegel (Guitar),  Jenny Haan (Lead Vocals),  Bashiri Johnson (Percussion),  Jack Waldman (Synthesizer), 

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  • Jellybean - Compromise (1984)

    From the album "Wotupski"

  • J E L L Y B E A N & M A D O N N A sidewalk talk

    early 80s song and pics of Madonna & her man Jellybean Benitez. back when madonna was a new york street girl. I approve only fan comments!

  • Jellybean - Dancing on Fire (1984)

    From the album "Wotupski"

  • JellyBean - Was Dog a DoughNut (1988)

    Excellent, latin-fused, remix of Cat Stevens original by John 'JellyBean' Benitez.

  • Jellybean - The Mexican (1984)

    Jellybean - The Mexican (Short Version) EMI Records 1984 Uploaded on HQ Audio...This was the main theme from the famous 1965's western movie "For a Few ...

More albums of John "Jellybean" Benitez:

Rocks The House!

Sidewalk Talk / The Mexican


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