How's the Weather On Your Planet?

Alan King

How's the Weather On Your Planet?
Performed By Alan King
Album UPC 884501907002
CD Baby Track ID 10855575
Label Alan King
Released 2013-05-04
BPM 123
Rated 0
ISRC uscgj1393012
Year 2013
Spotify Plays 177
Writer Alan J King
Pub Co Alan King (Ascap)
Composer Alan J King
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - Maryland


Alan King's ultra melodic, instantly infectious Something More--a perfect and promising title for what he’s offering throughout—he takes the exotica factor to exciting new territory with R&B flavor, Latin Rhythms and Eastern koto sounds.


Executive Producer: King Music Group
Producer/Engineer: Maurice Chevalier Davis
Mastered by: Discmakers
Mixed by: Chevalier Music Studio
Studio: Chevalier Music Studio
Photography: Rick Logan
Cover Design: Phil Hobt & Kim Giles, Beyond One Entertainment
All Tracks written and arranged by: Alan King
All tracks produced by: Maurice Chevalier Davis and Alan King
Keyboard, Pan Flute & Percussions: Alan King
Pan Flute on “Chills Down My Spine”: Alan King
Additional programming: Maurice Chevalier Davis
Drums on all tracks: except on “Too Many Chiefs”: Carl Anderson
Guitar on “Chills Down My Spine”, “Too Many Chiefs” and “Lost in Los Cabos”:
Mike Gamble
Bass on “Something More” and “Sweet Lil Sexy Momma”: Jonathan Smalls Jr.
Alto, Baritone, Soprano, Tenor, Sax, and EWI (Electronic Wind Instrument), Virtual Trumpet
on “Samurai”: Eddie Baccus Jr.
Flute on “Lost in Los Cabos”: Eddie Baccus Jr.
Soprano Sax on “What If”: Eddie Baccus Jr.
EWI (Electronic Wind Instrument) Virtual Trumpet on “Swagga”: Eddie Baccus Jr.
Soprano Sax on “How’s the Weather on Your Planet?”: Eddie Baccus Jr.

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