From Me to You is the tenth studio album by American keyboardist and record producer George Duke. It was released in 1977 through Epic Records, making it his debut release for the label. Recording sessions for the album took place at Paramount Recording Studios in Los Angeles, California.
A1. From Me To You. Acoustic Bass – Stanley ClarkeFlute, Piccolo Flute, Saxophone – Ernie Watts, Bill Green Percussion – Emil RichardsStrings – Allan Harshman, Jacqueline Lustgarten, Jay Rosen, Murray Adler, Pamela Goldsmith, Polly Sweeney, Raymond Kelley, William KuraschTrombone – Glenn Ferris, Lew McCrearyTrumpet – Bobby Bryant, Walt Fowler. A2. Carry On. Flute, Piccolo Flute, Saxophone – Ernie Watts, Bill Green Trombone – Glenn Ferris, Lew McCrearyTrumpet – Bobby Bryant, Walt Fowler.
Tracklist: 1. From Me To You, 2. Carry On, 3. What Do They Really Fear?, 4. ‘Scuse Me Miss, 5. You And Me, 6. Broken Dreams, 7. Up On It, 8. Seasons, 9. Down In It, 10. Sing I. Faces In Reflection by George Duke. A Brazilian Love Affair by George Duke. Rendezvous by George Duke. View all albums .
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Presented by the Jazz Workshop of San Francisco. Epic.
George Duke became a solo artist in 1976, and enjoyed success with a series of fusion-oriented LP's such as his debut CBS LP, From Me To You. In 1978, the funk-flavoured sound of the gold album Reach For It propelled George Duke into the upper reaches of the charts, and from small clubs to large arenas. In the late '70s, George decided to get into producing as a career. George began by producing the Brazilian instrumentalist Raoul de Souza, then made his first vocal album with singer Dee Dee Bridgewater.
George M. Duke (January 12, 1946 – August 5, 2013) was an American keyboardist, composer, singer-songwriter and record producer. He worked with numerous artists as arranger, music director, writer and co-writer, record producer and as a professor of music. He first made a name for himself with the album The Jean-Luc Ponty Experience with the George Duke Trio
Early influences: Les McCann and cousin Charles Burrell.