The Uptown Horns: Albums (2000)

The Uptown Horns at the Stereo Society (selected links):
To Uptown Horns' home at the Stereo Society (all links)
To Uptown Horns' Biography
To 'On the Road'
To Uptown Horns' albums

To Uptown Horns' interview with Mike Thorne

To Bob Funk (trombone)
To Crispin Cioe (alto sax)
To Larry Etkin (trumpet and flugelorn
To Arno Hecht (tenor sax)

To external Uptown Horns sites:
To www.Crispinmusic.com
To Burnzy's Last Call soundtrack
To www.Phunque.com

The Uptown Horns' Albums
The Uptown Horns Revue
© 1994 Uptown Horns Records

1. Sugar Melts When It's Wet
(Albert Collins, Vocal and Guitar)
2. Never Goin' Down That Road Again
(Ben Houston, Vocal - Arno Hecht, Tenor Sax Solo)
3. Imaginary People
(Bernard Fowler, Vocal - Crispin Cioe, Alto Sax Solo)
4. Tell Me What You Want
(Soozie Tyrell, Vocal - Danny Draher, Guitar Solo)
5. Trust Me
(Peter Wolf, Vocal - Keith Richards, Guitar)
6. You Don't Realize
(Bernard Fowler, Vocal)
7. Marylou's
(Soozie Tyrell, Vocal - Arno Hecht, Tenor Sax Solo-Crispin Cloe, Baritone Sax Solo Charlie-Giordano, Piano Solo)
8. I'm Dealin'
(Albert Collins, Vocal & Guitar)
9. Open The Door To Your Heart
(Bernard Fowler, Vocal - Bob Funk, Trombone Solo)
10. Odds Are Good That The Goods Are Odd
(Ben Houston, Vocal - Larry Etkin, Trumpet Solo)

Tracks1,2,4,5,6,8 & 10 - Written by Crispin Cloe, Bob Funk,
Arno Hecht and Paul Litteral. UHB Music/Lew Bob Songs (BMI)

Track 3 Written by Dan Hartman, Charlie Midnight. EMI April Music,
Second Nature Music (ASCAP), EMI Blackwood Music,
Janiceps Music (BMI)

Track 6 Written by Mike Bloomfield, Albet Music Corp. (BMI)
Track 9 Written by Darrell Banks, Revilot Music (BMI)

Produced by the Uptown Horns and engineered by Carl Beatty
This album is dedicated to the memory of the great Albert Collins.

The Uptown Horn Band: A Shot In The Dark
© 1987 Roadside Records

The Uptown Horns:
Arno Hecht: Tenor Sax/Background Vocals
Crispin Cioe: Alto and Baritone Sax/Lead and Background Vocals
"Hollywood" Paul Litteral: Trumpet/Lead and Background Vocals
Bob Funk: Trombone/Background VocalsAdditional Personnel:
Stuart Ziff: Guitar/Lead and Background Vocals
Jimmy Ripp: Guitar/Guitar Synthesizer/Background Vocals
Chris Bishop: Bass/Lead and Background Vocals
Phil Ashley: All Keyboards/Background Vocals
Bobby Kent: Drums/Simmons Drums/Background Vocals
**Track 1 & 6
Produced by Mike Thorne and engineered by Carl Beatty
Assited by David Young
Recorded April 1984 at Skyline Studios, NYC1. You're Cute (But Not That Cute)
Ina May Wool Voice of Binky Music (ASCAP)

6. Things That Howl In The Night
Arno Hecht/UHB Music, Inc. (ASCAP)

You're Cute (But Not That Cute)
RealAudio

Things That Howl In The Night
RealAudio

(Take Me To) The Bridge
RealAudio

Sic F*cks
© 1982 Sozyamuda Records

Russel Wolinsky: Lead Vocals
Tish: Vocals
Snooky: Vocals
Bob Hopeless: Guitar
Dick String: Lead Guitar
Stink: Bass
Harry Viderci: DrumsGuest Musicians:
The Uptown Horns:
Arno Hecht: tenor sax; Paul Litteral: trumpet;
Crispin Cioe: alto and baritone sax

Produced by Andy Shernoff for Swingtime Productions
Recorded at Chelsea Studios, New York, NY
Engineered by Bob Clifford
Mastered by Greg Calbi

The Uptown Horns at the Stereo Society (selected links):
To Uptown Horns' home at the Stereo Society (all links)
To Uptown Horns' Biography
To 'On the Road'
To Uptown Horns' albums

To Uptown Horns' interview with Mike Thorne

To Bob Funk (trombone)
To Crispin Cioe (alto sax)
To Larry Etkin (trumpet and flugelorn
To Arno Hecht (tenor sax)

To external Uptown Horns sites:
To www.Crispinmusic.com
To Burnzy's Last Call soundtrack
To www.Phunque.com