Dave Grusin: Live!, Compact Cassette
Dave Grusin: Live!, Compact Cassette
€11.90
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Dave Grusin / GRP All-Star Big Band : Live!

  • Compact Cassette
  • United States
  • GRP
  • (GRC-9740)
  • 10 Tracks
  • UPC 011105974042
  • EX+ / EX-
  • virgin
  • still sealed, cut-out slit in barcode

tracks

A1

Cleo

Written By
Arranged By
  • Michael Abene
7:39
A2

My Man's Gone Now

Written By
Arranged By
  • Dave Grusin
7:04
A3

Sing, Sing, Sing

Written By
Orchestrated By
  • Tom Scott
Arranged By
  • Eddie Daniels
6:58
A4

Manteca

Written By
Arranged By
  • Bob Mintzer
7:33
A5

Blues For Howard

Arranged By
  • Dave Grusin
Written By
8:29
B1

Cherokee

Written By
Arranged By
  • Gary Lindsey
5:08
B2

Blue Train

Written By
Arranged By
  • Tom Scott
4:40
B3

'S Wonderful

Written By
6:30
B4

Sister Sadie

Written By
Arranged By
  • Michael Abene
7:00
B5

GRP Band Introduction

Mc
  • Dave Grusin
2:41

Credits

Alto Saxophone
  • Eric Marienthal
  • Nelson Rangell
Soprano Saxophone
  • Eric Marienthal
  • Nelson Rangell
  • Tom Scott
  • Ernie Watts
  • Bob Mintzer
Flute
  • Nelson Rangell
  • Phillip Bent
Art Direction
  • Dan Serrano
  • Scott Johnson
Bass
  • John Patitucci
Clarinet
  • Eddie Daniels
Co Producer
  • Gretchen Hoffmann Abene
Design
  • Alba Acevedo
  • Jackie Salway
Drums
  • Dave Weckl
Executive Producer
  • Dave Grusin
  • Larry Rosen
Illustration
  • Scott Johnson
Leader
  • Tom Scott
Directed By
  • Tom Scott
Baritone Saxophone
  • Tom Scott
Tenor Saxophone
  • Tom Scott
  • Ernie Watts
  • Bob Mintzer
Liner Notes
  • Geoff Mayfield
  • Larry Rosen
Photography By
  • Katsuya Koike
  • Yasuhisa Yoneda
Piano
  • Dave Grusin
  • Russell Ferrante
Producer
  • Michael Abene
Recorded By
  • Bernie Kirsh
Mixed By
  • Bernie Kirsh
Bass Clarinet
  • Bob Mintzer
Trombone
  • George Bohanon
Trumpet
  • Arturo Sandoval
  • Byron Stripling
  • Chuck Findley
  • Randy Brecker
Flugelhorn
  • Arturo Sandoval
  • Byron Stripling
  • Chuck Findley
  • Randy Brecker
Vibraphone
  • Gary Burton

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