Acoustic Guitar – David SpinozzaCowbell – Jody LinscottCymbal, Triangle – Ralph MacDonaldElectric Piano – David Sanborn. Bass – John Evans (4)Bass – Michael ColinaCymbal – Ray BardaniDrums – Rick MarottaElectric Piano – Don GrolnickGuitar – Danny Kortchmar, Waddy WachtelPercussion – Jody LinscottSaxophone, Organ – David SanbornWritten By – John Evans.
Bass – John Evans (4)Bass – Michael ColinaCymbal – Ray BardaniDrums – Rick MarottaElectric Piano – Don GrolnickGuitar – Danny Kortchmar, Waddy WachtelPercussion – Jody LinscottSaxophone, Organ – David SanbornWritten By – John Evans. Written-By – David Sanborn (tracks: A1 to A3, B1, B3, B4). 메모. On back cover and labels (Rim text): Made in Germany by WEA Musik GmbH.
Taking Off is a studio album by David Sanborn, released in 1975 through the record label Warner Bros. The album reached number 19 on Billboard's Jazz Albums chart. All tracks composed by David Matthews except where noted. Butterfat" (Steve Khan) – 3:02. 'Way 'Cross Georgia" (Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson) – 4:27. Duck Ankles" (Steve Khan) – 3:20. Funky Banana" – 3:16. The Whisperer" (Don Grolnick) – 4:47. It Took a Long Time" (Randy Brecker) – 3:29.
Нравится слушателям: New York Jazz Lounge, Brian Culbertson, Lee Ritenour. Randy Brecker, David Sanborn, Ada Rovatti, Wolfgang Haffner, NDR Bigband. Original Album Series.
David Sanborn is the second album by saxophonist David Sanborn. It was dedicated to Jonathan Sanborn. Indio" (Rosalinda de Leon) 5:35. Smile" (Paul Simon, Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson) 5:24. Mamacita" (de Leon) 4:45. Herbs" (Herb Bushler) 4:29. Concrete Boogie" (Hiram Bullock) 6:42. I Do It For Your Love" (Simon) 2:47. Sophisticated Squaw" (Victor Lewis) 4:47. 7th Av. (Lewis) 5:34. David Sanborn: Alto, Tenor and Soprano Saxophone, Flute. Hiram Bullock: Guitars, Vocals.
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I was afraid, bassist Flea told Rolling Stone Senior Writer David Fricke ahead of the band’s first album in 15 years without Frusciante, I’m With You (out August 30th). I couldn’t imagine going out with someone else. It’s like missing a family member. Thirty-one year old guitarist Josh Klinghoffer – a close friend of Frusciante who played with the Chili’s on their 2007 world tour – quietly joined the band in late 2009 and began writing songs with the group. Flea and John had a special relationship, says Klinghoffer. That Flea and Chad and Anthony could open up and let someone else in, someone new, is amazing to me.