The Dave Grusin Archive
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Highlights  of grusin.net





There are 200 web pages in The Dave Grusin Archive.  Click the  Site Map  link below above for a complete contents list.

In the Biography-CHRONOLOGY section, you will find seven biographical sketches.  RECORDS includes an article devoted to each of Dave Grusin's headliner albums as well as a section on GRP.

Notes on his music for feature movies and TV is included under FILMS, along with a profile of Dave Grusin as film composer .

The “Features-FUSION” area contains a diversity of items, such as The Andy Williams Years, a feature on Dave Grusin as pianist, Internet Links and more.  It is well worth checking out.  

(Just as a reminder in the case of longer articles and multiple-subject pages, pressing ALT + CONTROL + HOME will bring you back to the top of the page.)

grusin.net was launched on March 19, 2001 to coincide with the issuing of a special limited edition re-release of the original JVC version of the Dave Grusin classic, “Mountain Dance”


Some Highlights:

ARTICLES:


FILM SCORE NOTES


RECORD REVIEWS



A good place to start browsing through The Dave Grusin Archive is with the basic biography.
Go to:  Overview of Dave Grusin's Career  


Or to locate specific albums, films or topics of special interest to you, just click the button below, and type your keyword in the search box.

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Profiles of Musician Dave Grusin