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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/24/1996
  • Label: Grp Records
  • UPC: 011105985420
  • Catalog Number: 9854


Disc 1
  1. 1 Ridin' the Treasure (5:25)
  2. 2 Things We Said Today - Michele Pillar Carlton (6:41)
  3. 3 Goin' Nowhere (6:51)
  4. 4 The Gift (5:12)
  5. 5 Shop 'Till You Drop (4:27)
  6. 6 Pammie Dear (4:18)
  7. 7 Osaka Cool (5:35)
  8. 8 My Old Town (5:35)
  9. 9 Mourning Dove (6:55)
  10. 10 Buddy (5:10)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Larry Carlton Primary Artist, Guitar
Buddy Emmons Steel Guitar
Matt Rollings Keyboards
Gregg Bissonette Drums
Paulinho Da Costa Percussion
Melvin Davis Bass
Michael Fisher Percussion
Larry Kimpel Bass
Land Richards Drums
Kirk Whalum Saxophone
Rick Jackson Keyboards
Michele Pillar Carlton Vocals
Technical Credits
Larry Carlton Arranger, Producer
Bernie Grundman Mastering
Ross Hogarth Engineer
Rik Pekkonen Engineer
Michael Fitzgerald Art Direction
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A good listen for fusion and jazz fans, but not Carlton's best

    By no means is this a bad album, but honestly it doesn't achieve what Larry Carlton's other releases manage to. Much of the LP relies heavily on its production, which isn't great because it's almost muzaky. "Shop 'til You Drop" obviously says a little more about Carlton's serious ambitious, or lack thereof, in executing this album. Still, there's a lot of great guitar work here; his piecercing, precision-guided and slightly overdriven style on The Gift recalls his earlier work more than his more recent releases. And the acoustic numbers are great listens - "Ridin' the Treasure," a hypnotic piece revolving around a finger-pickin' good lick, is one of my all time favorite Carlton tunes, while his version of the Beatles' "Things We've Said Today" is perfectly tinged with a somber tone and appropriately recreates the original song while doing it justice. A handful of the electric tracks are good as well, and admittedly most of the tracks are catchy, but overall one should opt for his other works before delving into this one.

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