Cleveland Josephus "Cleve" Eaton II (born August 31, 1939) is an American jazz double bassist, producer, arranger, composer, publisher, and head of his own record company from Fairfield, Alabama, a suburb of Birmingham. His most famous accomplishments are playing with the Ramsey Lewis Trio and the Count Basie Orchestra. His 1975 recording Plenty Good Eaton is considered a classic in the funk music genre. He has been inducted into both the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame and the Alabama Music Hall of Fame.
Written and Arranged by Cleveland Eaton, except "Are You Out There Somewhere Caring" written by M. Anderson, C. Eaton with special assistance from Ed Green & Morris Jennings Special thanks to the late Terry Bashman and Peter Trunk, for making some of our music. Produced by Eaton's Prod. Recorded 15 Jul 1974 at Chess Recording Studio Mixed Sigma Sound, Philadelphia, PA.
By: Cleveland Eaton (1975, Jazz). More albums from Cleveland Eaton: Half And Half Volume 1 by Cleveland Eaton. Keep Love Alive by Cleveland Eaton. Listen Buddy by Cleveland Eaton. View all albums . Plenty Good Eaton. By: Cleveland Eaton (1975, Jazz).
Plenty Good Eaton is a funk jazz music album recording by CLEVELAND EATON released in 1975 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass, Vocals – Cleveland Eaton Electric Piano – Kenneth Prince Guitar – Ernest Johnson Organ, Electric Piano – Odell Brown Percussion – Morris Jennings Percussion, Flute – Derf Raheen Tenor Saxophone – Arie Brown Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Artee "Duke" Payne, Edwin Daugherty Trombone – John Watson Trombone – Steve Galloway Vibraphone – Bobby Christian Violin, Viola – Ed Green.