1. We All Know A Lot Of Things But It Don’t Never Show (Ed Corey)
  2. Takin’ Care of Business (Leon Pendarvis, Gene McD)
  3. Feeling That Glow (Universal Jones)
  4. Tuesday Morning (Gene McD)
  5. Good Love Man (Leon Pendarvis, Gene McD)
  6. Hello to the Wind (Joe Chambers, Gene McD)
  7. River (Gene McD)
  8. Sidewalk Man (Universal Jones)

Producer, Written-By, Lead Vocals, Acoustic   Gene McDaniels
Arranged By, Conductor, Electric Bass, Electric Piano, VocalsLeon Pendarvis
Art DirectionSteve Kursh
Backing Vocals   Barbara Massey, Carla Beckley, Jean Dushon
CelloAllan Shulman, Ron Lipscomb
Co-producerSusan Jane
Drums, PercussionMaurice McKinley
Electric BassCarol Kaye
Electric Bass, Electric Guitar, Acoustic GuitarBob Woos
EngineerJack Hunt, Jay Nessina, Tom Flye
Lead Vocals, PercussionSister Charlotte
Reeds [Alto]   Jerry Dodgion
Reeds [Baritone]   Pepper Adams
Reeds [Tenor]   Andy Gadsden, Billy Harper
Strings [Bass]   Milt Hinton
TromboneBob Greivell, Garnett Brown
TrumpetJoe Dupars, Joe Gardner, John Mosley, Thad Jones
ViolinAlfred Brown, Bernard Eichen, Raoul Poliakin
Background singers   Carla Buckley, Jean Dushon, Barbara Massey
Special thanks to Harry Whitaker (Fender Rhodes)

Verve Records 1972


Hello To The Wind

Hello to the Wind (lyrics written by Eugene, music written by jazz great Joe Chambers) was also recorded on Bobby Hutcherson’s 1969 release “Now”, on which Eugene sang lead vocals. 



Gene recorded two versions of this song, one with this group and another version in 1975 on his own album, Natural Juices. 


Takin' Care of Business