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T Lavitz - From the West flac album

Performer: T Lavitz
Title: From the West
Style: Fusion
Duration: 36:12
Location: Bujou Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
Relesed: 1987
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 714
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In 1991 T Lavitz was invited to join Widespread Panic after playing keyboards on their first album for the revived Capricorn Records label. Lavitz toured with Widespread Panic from April 1991 through the end of that year, but left the band as the Dixie Dregs reunited and re-signed with Capricorn Records in 1992. The band was joined by original members Andy West and Allen Sloan. Lavitz continued touring with Jazz Is Dead and also whenever possible with the Dixie Dregs. In the first part of the new millennium T Lavitz took part in several projects.

T Lavitz (born April 16, 1956 - died October 7, 2010) was a jazz-rock/fusion keyboardist, composer and producer. He is best known for his work with the Dixie Dregs and Jazz Is Dead. T Lavitz (born April 16, 1956 - died October 7, 2010) was a jazz-rock/fusion keyboardist, composer and producer.

T LAVITZ is a fusion music artist. Keyboard player T Lavitz joined the Dixie Dregs (aka the Dregs) in 1979, just after Night of the Living Dregs. He played with the band until it broke up in 1982. During the ‘90s he also toured and recorded with a re-formed Dixie Dregs, appearing on the band’s 1992 live effort Bring ‘Em Back Alive and the studio album Full Circle, released two years later.

Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto T. Lavitz. From The West (Album).

T Lavitz began his intensive study of classical and jazz piano at age seven. At the same time, the Beatles invaded America, igniting in T a lifelong love of rock music. By twenty-two, he was asked to join the rock, jazz, and everything else instrumental band, the Dixie Dregs.

1989 And The Bad Habitz. The album features T Lavitz on keyboards and was produced by Johnny Sandlin. The band played the album in its entirety at the Charter One Pavilion in Chicago on September 2, 2009.

Album: From The West. T Lavitz: best 2 tracks. T Lavitz - Desert Music Mood Swing, 2006 03:50. T Lavitz - A Dream Come True Mood Swing, 2006 04:43.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Tree People T Lavitz T Lavitz 5:59
2 Saturn Return T Lavitz T Lavitz 4:37
3 So Close T Lavitz T Lavitz 3:53
4 Tears T Lavitz T Lavitz 5:23
5 Reunion T Lavitz T Lavitz 5:32
6 Out of the Blue T Lavitz T Lavitz 3:35
7 Spring, Is Here T Lavitz 1:52
8 The Walk T Lavitz T Lavitz 4:36
9 Tears (Reprise) T Lavitz T Lavitz 0:45

Credits

Murray Brenman - Art Direction
Pat Buchanan - Guitar (Electric), Vocal Arrangement, Vocals
Brad Dutz - Percussion
Dominic Genova - Bass (Acoustic)
Danny Gottlieb - Drums
Bruce Hornsby - Accordion
C. Lanzbom - Guitar (Acoustic)
T Lavitz - Composer, Keyboards, Mixing, Piano, Primary Artist, Producer
Alex Ligertwood - Vocals
Jimmi Mayweather - Engineer, Mixing
Rod Morgenstein - Drums
Maria Muldaur - Vocals
Mark O'Connor - Mandolin, Violin
Kim Parks - Flute, Saxophone
Jeff Richman - Guitar (Electric)
Dave Samuels - Vibraphone
Michael Schlesinger - Assistant Engineer
Jim Snowden - Executive Producer
Willin' - Vocals
Mitch Zelezny - Assistant Engineer
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