Comin' At Ya! is the second album by the former Santana and Azteca band member Coke Escovedo. It was produced by Patrick Gleeson and released in 1976. Diamond Dust, Vida" - (Brian Holland, Coke Escovedo) 3:03. Something So Simple" - (Mark Phillips, Glenn Symmonds) 2:34. Stay With Me" - (José Feliciano) 3:16. Hangin' On" - (Mark Phillips) 3:18. Somebody's Callin'" - (Glenn Symmonds)3:05. The Breeze and I" - (Al Stillman, Ernesto Lecuona) 1:42. Runaway" - (Errol Knowles) 2:44.
Producer, Timbales, Congas, Percussion, Vocals, Sleeve Notes – Coke Escovedo. Strings – Nathan Rubin And The San Francisco Soul Strings. Tenor Saxophone – Joe Henderson (tracks: A3, B1, B3).
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But after a debut as strong as Coke, one couldn't help being disappointed by an album that was merely decent. While Linda and Calvin Tillery were the lead vocalists on Coke, Errol Knowles provides the lead vocals this time, and his performances are likable but not fantastic on soul/pop material that ranges from the funky "Runaway" to Carlos Santana's "Everything Is Coming Our Wa.
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Produced by Patrick Gleeson. Album Comin' At Ya! I Wouldn't Change A Thing Lyrics. Oh, I wouldn't change a thing If I had to live my life all over (Oh baby, yeah yeah) I'd do it all again If I had to live my life all over. Coke Escovedo’s 1976 cover of Johnny Bristol’s song of the same name released a year prior. I Wouldn't Change A Thing" Track Info. Written By Johnny Bristol.
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