Story: flying many times back and forth between London and Los Angeles, and London and Boulder, working together on a great project that hints invariably at Latin and African rhythms, always making the groove the thing. The song hints a little of Joaquin Rodrigo, one of our favorite composers. And the gritty electric rhodes melody speaks with an intensity that we have used and loved for many years.
from Trans Atlántica
released May 16, 2012
Composed and arranged by Don Grusin (Publishing Don Grusin Music, BMI)
Recorded at Bad Dog Studio, Boulder Colorado, The Lodge at Theydon Mount, Epping, Essex, & Starlight Studio, Brentwood, California
Engineered by Don Grusin & Bill Sharpe, additional engineering, Gary Lee
Instruments - Yamaha Motif, Korg Triton, Stylus Spectrasonics Loops and private library samples, Logic sounds and samples, Ivory Acoustic Piano, Yamaha C7FII acoustic piano, Scarbee Vintage Keys
Keyboard Instruments played and programmed by Don Grusin and Bill Sharpe