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7-03-2014, 03:02
Music | Jazz

Lee Ritenour - Earth Run (1986) 320 kbps

Artist: Lee Ritenour
Title Of Album: Earth Run
Year Of Release: 1986
Label: GRP
Genre: Jazz, Jazz Fusion
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 44:34
Total Size: 105 MB(+3%)


01 - Soaring
02 - Earth run
03 - If I'm dreaming (don't wake me)
04 - Watercolors
05 - The sauce
06 - Butterfly
07 - Hero
08 - Sanctuary
09 - Water from the moon

personnel :

Harvey Mason, Sr. - Drums
Don Murray - Engineer
Lee Ritenour - Synthesizer, Guitar (Electric), Vocals, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Producer, ?, Melody Arrangement, Guitar (Classical)
Carlos Vega - Drums
Ernie Watts - Saxophone, Sax (Tenor)
Don Grusin - Synthesizer, Keyboards
Phil Perry - Vocals
David Foster - Bass, Keyboards
Paulinho Da Costa - Percussion
Dave Grusin - Bass, Piano, Keyboards
Tommy Funderburk - Bass, Vocals
Jimmy Johnson - Bass
Abraham Laboriel, Sr. - Bass
Maurice White - Bass, Vocals
Larry Williams - Synthesizer, Horn
Greg Mathieson - Bass, Keyboards, Producer
Tom Scott - Saxophone, Lyricon

Dedicated to the First Earth Run, in which runners circled the globe for peace in 1986, Ritenour's 16th solo album was performed on a variety of nine different guitars, counting the peculiarly fuzzy, futuristic sound of the synthaxe. For reasons having little to do with that, and far more to do with more musical playing by Rit, better material and L.A. sessionmen on their game, this is a more interesting record than most of its immediate predecessors. The standout cut here is a welcome cover of Herbie Hancock's "Butterfly; " also worthy of note are the techno-fried quasi-salsa in "The Sauce" and the title cut. Among some of the musicians who appear in the mix are Dave and Don Grusin, Ernie Watts (heard to better effect than usual on Rit's '80s albums), Carlos Vega and Paulinho Da Costa. The sessions sound too processed to allow for much spontaneity, but the Ritenour funk chops do appear more often and more effectively here. The CD version contains an extra tune, "Hero." ~ Richard S. Ginell, All Music Guide

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