It's Goin' Down is the second studio album released by Ralph Tresvant. The album was released in early 1994 by MCA Records. Tresvant's second set had him take on more of a hands-on role as opposed to his debut. This time around, he wrote and produced the majority of the album, save for three songs written and produced by his longtime producers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis
Jarvis (also known as The Jarvis Cocker Record) is the debut solo album by Pulp vocalist and musician Jarvis Cocker, released in the UK on 13 November 2006. Two songs from the album, "Don't Let Him Waste Your Time" and "Baby's Coming Back to Me", were previously released on Nancy Sinatra's self-titled 2004 album. The complete version of the song "The Loss Adjuster" appeared as b-side to "Fat Children" single.
Felton Jarvis (November 16, 1934 – January 3, 1981) was an American producer who produced most of Elvis Presley's recordings from 1966-1977. He also released several singles in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Jarvis also produced John Hartford's first six albums. Indian Love Call, Goin'Down Town (1961). Ski King, Be-I-Bye,ETC (1964).
Charles Felton Jarvis (November 15, 1934 – January 3, 1981) was an American record producer and singer. 128 Related Articles. Reed recalled how he was tracked down to play on the Presley session: "I was out on the Cumberland River fishing, and I got a call from Felton Jarvis (then Presley's producer at RCA Victor) He said, 'Elvis is down here. We've been trying to cut "Guitar Man" all day long. He wants it to sound like it sounded on your album. I finally told him, 'Well, if you want it to sound like that, you're going have to get me in there to play guitar, because these guys are straight pickers
Felton Jarvis (Atlanta, 16 novembre 1934 – Nashville, 3 gennaio 1981) è stato un produttore discografico statunitense, noto soprattutto per aver prodotto la maggior parte dei dischi di Elvis Presley nel periodo 1966-1977.
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Connected to: United Press International The New York Times Associated Press. Jarvis (left) with Elvis Presley, 1967. Background information. Charles Felton Jarvis. 1934-11-15) November 15, 1934 Atlanta, Georgia, . Indian Love Call, Goin’ Down Town (1961) – on the label MGM. Ski King, Be-I-Bye (1964) – on the label ABC-Paramount. Too Many Tigers, Knickle Knuckle (1965) – on the label ABC-Paramount. Retrieved March 12, 2017. Edwards, Joe (February 7, 1981). Felton Jarvis talks about Elvis Presley".