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GRP - A 1001
GRP -  GRD 9501
JVC -  28022

TRACKS

SHUFFLE CITY   (4:24)
COUNT DOWN  (8:01)
SERENGETTI WALK (6:16)  
WHAT MATTERS MOST
   (THEME FROM “THE CHAMP)  (3:01)   
NUMBER 8  (4:30)
THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR  (4:00)   
SUMMER SKETCHES '82 (14:18)   

Featuring

Lee Ritenour, (electric & acoustic guitar), Anthony Jackson (bass, bass guitar, contrabass guitar, electric guitar), Steve Gadd (drums), Tiger Okoshi (trumpet flugelhorn), Eric Gale (electric piano), George Young (tenor, baritone, soprano & alto saxophone, flute, piccolo), Rubens Bassini (percussion), Don Grusin (piano, electric piano,synthesizer, clavinet, fender rhodes)

Arranged by Dave Grusin & Andrew J. Marsala
Produced by Dave Grusin & Larry Rosen

This was it!  GRP #1 - the very first recording in the stream of great music which led the record company to consistently remain at the top of jazz labels for years - in terms of sales, music and technical quality.

It might well be said that Dave Grusin has had the best of all worlds, being equally at home producing and playing with the very best musicians on both coasts of the US - local performers who represent the state of the art at their own instruments

But to combine the distinctive sounds of East and West coasts, to assemble the best of these distinctive worlds of jazz, that was the vision Dave Grusin had in mind when he first started planning this album which would combine fusion, film music and a 14-minute concerto for orchestra and jazz instrumentalists.  

A live recording date at Tokyo's Budokan was the fulfillment of that dream.  Dave Grusin's concept of the perfect combination of musicians from New York and Los Angeles - was realized in the N.Y./L.A. Dream Band.  And to top it off, the performance was recorded on video.



AN ARTICLE ABOUT THIS ALBUM COMING LATER



Recorded by Larry Rosen and Ollie Cotton in Tokyo with the help of the Tamco Remote Truck and Crew.  Assisted by: Larry Gates
Mixed by: Larry Rosen and Dave Grusin, A&R Studios, New York City.  Assisted by: Ollie Cotton
Mastering: Ted Jensen, Sterling Sound
Sony Digital Transfer: Gus Skinas
JVC Production Coordinator: Akira Taguchi & Takashi Misu



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