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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
This is an intriguing effort from bassist Kyle Eastwood, the son of actor Clint Eastwood. A wide variety of personnel and instrumentation are utilized, with Vince Mendoza arranging the selections with the larger groups. The music ranges from swinging jazz "Stanley Hill Dr" and "Watch, Watch" to a brooding ballad showcase for soprano saxophonist Steve Tavagione who sounds like Wayne Shorter on "Solace", three throwaway vocal numbers including a forgettable Joni Mitchell on Marvin Gaye's "Trouble Man", and a few features for Doug Webb on tenor and soprano. Eastwood is an excellent player and has some short solos along the way, although he is happy to play a supportive role ...
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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
This is an intriguing effort from bassist Kyle Eastwood, the son of actor Clint Eastwood. A wide variety of personnel and instrumentation are utilized, with Vince Mendoza arranging the selections with the larger groups. The music ranges from swinging jazz "Stanley Hill Dr" and "Watch, Watch" to a brooding ballad showcase for soprano saxophonist Steve Tavagione who sounds like Wayne Shorter on "Solace", three throwaway vocal numbers including a forgettable Joni Mitchell on Marvin Gaye's "Trouble Man", and a few features for Doug Webb on tenor and soprano. Eastwood is an excellent player and has some short solos along the way, although he is happy to play a supportive role much of the time. This set may be a bit over-produced, but Kyle Eastwood shows strong potential for the future.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/15/1998
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 074646801321
  • Catalog Number: 68013

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Kyle Eastwood Primary Artist, Bass
Mark Isham Trumpet
Joni Mitchell Vocals
Billy Childs Piano
Peter Erskine Drums
Gary Foster Woodwind
Plas Johnson Tenor Saxophone
Steve Kujala Woodwind
Sal Marquez Trumpet
Julia Fordham Vocals
Richard Todd French Horn
Oscar Brashear Trumpet
Jim Cox Organ, Piano, Hammond Organ
Michael Fischer Percussion
Michael Fisher Percussion
George Graham Trumpet
Dan Higgins Woodwind
Kendall Kay Drums
Diana King Vocals
Warren Luening Trumpet
Andy Martin Trombone
Joel Peskin Woodwind
David Sanchez Tenor Saxophone
John Steinmetz Bassoon
Steve Tavaglione Soprano Saxophone
George Thatcher Trombone, Bass Trombone
Doug Webb Tenor Saxophone
Gayle Levant Harp
Wayne Bergeron Trumpet
T. Blade Guitar
Matt McGuire Piano
Phillip Yao French Horn
Larry Hall Trumpet
David Duke French Horn
Donald Waldrop Tuba
Technical Credits
Gary Foster Contributor
Steve Kujala Contributor
David Mann Composer
Vince Mendoza Arranger
Timmy Thomas Composer
Jim Cox Contributor
Peter Doell Engineer
Steve Fitzmaurice Engineer
John Hendrickson Engineer
Dan Higgins Contributor
Larry Hirsch Engineer
Leslie Ann Jones Engineer
Larry Klein Producer
Dan Marnien Engineer
Joel Peskin Contributor
Steve Tavaglione Contributor
George Thatcher Contributor
Christopher Austopchuk Art Direction
Gilberto Wong Art Direction
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