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Lee Ritenour - First Course flac album
  • Performer: Lee Ritenour
  • Title: First Course
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Style: Crossover Jazz,Instrumental Pop,Jazz-Pop,Guitar Jazz,Jazz Instrument
  • Recording date: October 3, 1975 - October 15, 1975
  • Date of release: 1976
  • MP3 size: 1946 mb
  • FLAC size 1318 mb
  • Formats AUD AC3 MPC TTA VQF DMF
  • Duration: 41:15

First Course is the debut album by jazz guitarist Lee Ritenour. The album was released on LP by Epic Records in 1976 and on CD by Columbia Records in 1990. First Course was made when Ritenour was considered the best session musician in Los Angeles next to guitarist Larry Carlton. He recorded the album with peers from Dante's and the Baked Potato club in Studio City, California.

In the first flush of a blossoming career as a first-call studio guitarist, Ritenour set out to become a solo artist as well in this artifact of the early . He rounded up some of his pals from the Baked Potato club in Studio City - including the archetypical funk drummer Harvey Mason, keyboardists Dave Grusin and Patrice Rushen and horn stalwarts like Tom Scott, Chuck Findley and Frank Rosolino.

Written-By – L. Ritenour. A3. Theme From Three Days Of The Condor. Written-By – D. Grusin.

Band Name Lee Ritenour. Album Name First Course. Music StyleJazz Rock. Members owning this album1. 1. Little Bit of This and a Little Bit of That. 2. Sweet Syncopation. 3. 7. Canticle for the Universe. 9. Ohla Maria (Amparo).

Check Lee's latest News, Recordings, Upcoming Tour Dates and more. Album Notes: Bill Dickinson, Chuck Findley, Dave Grusin, Louis Johnson, Harvey Mason, Larry Nash, Michael O'Martian, Jerry Peters, Chuck Rainey, Jerome Richardson, Frank Rosolino, Patrice Rushen, Tom Scott, Jerry Steinholz, Ian Underwood, Ernie Watts. Recorded @ The Sound Labs Produced by Skip Drinkwater for Zembu Productions, Inc.

Lee Ritenour - First C. .has been added to your Cart. First Course took a little longer than i like but they personalized a hand signed thank you letter. Thought that was great. This album sounds almost audiophile - and it should. Recorded between September and December 1975 in Epic's Sound Labs studios in Hollywood and employing top session players of the time allied with the Production skills of SKIP DRINKWATER - this is a beautifully produced album - slick, expertly played and Steely Dan polished. The instrumentation sound on this is glorious.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Lee Ritenour - First Course. Photo of Lee Ritenour - First Course. More albums of Lee Ritenour: Rit. Rio. Genre is Jazz. This album was released on the label Epic (catalog number PE 33947). This album was released in 1976 year.

Tracklist: 01. Little Bit of This and a Little Bit of That 02. Sweet Syncopation 03. Theme from Three Days of the Condor 04. Fatback 05. Memories Past 06. Caterpillar 07. Canticle for the Universe 08.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Little Bit of This and a Little Bit of That Lee Ritenour Lee Ritenour 6:16
2 Sweet Syncopation Lee Ritenour Lee Ritenour 4:47
3 Theme from Three Days of the Condor Dave Grusin Lee Ritenour 4:08
4 Fatback Robert Capers / Lee Ritenour Lee Ritenour 4:18
5 Memories Past Lee Ritenour Lee Ritenour 1:51
6 Caterpillar Dave Grusin Lee Ritenour 4:21
7 Canticle for the Universe Jerry Peters Lee Ritenour 6:12
8 Wild Rice Lee Ritenour Lee Ritenour 5:32
9 Ohla Maria (Amparo) Antônio Carlos Jobim Lee Ritenour 3:50

Credits:

Robert Capers - Composer
Ron Coro - Art Direction, Design
Bill Dickinson - Bass
Sam Emerson - Photography
Chuck Findley - Trumpet
Dave Green - Synthesizer
Ed Greene - Drums
Dave Grusin - Clavinet, Composer, Guest Artist, Organ, Piano, Piano (Electric), Synthesizer
Mick Haggerty - Design
Antônio Carlos Jobim - Composer
Louis Johnson - Bass
Harvey Mason, Sr. - Drums, Percussion
Larry Nash - Clavinet, Keyboards
Michael Omartian - Clavinet, Keyboards
Jerry Peters - Clavinet, Composer, Keyboards
Chuck Rainey - Bass
Jerome Richardson - Sax (Baritone), Saxophone
Lee Ritenour - Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Classical), Primary Artist, Synthesizer, Vocals
Frank Rosolino - Trombone
Patrice Rushen - Clavinet, Keyboards
Tom Scott - Guest Artist, Lyricon, Sax (Tenor), Saxophone
Tom Steele - Design
Jerry Steinholtz - Congas, Percussion
Ian Underwood - Programming, Synthesizer
Ernie Watts - Sax (Tenor), Saxophone
Comments: (1)
WinDImmortaL
Fine debut by Lee Ritenour. Lots of grooves powered by Harvey Mason's heavy drum work. Dave Grusin adds plenty of electricity on the 'boards.. Louis Johnson makes his presence felt on "Sweet Syncopation" and "Caterpillar" with Chuck Rainey getting it on on all other cuts save for the opener and closers. Tom Scott lays down his trademark sound on several cuts. Jerry Peters' "Canticle for the Universe" is the highlight of this set with Ritenour layering the intensity from beginning to end. Though its his first album, his finest jazz-rock work.
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