Sax on the Beach

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All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
Despite being an Emmy-winning composer with numerous top-selling albums to his credit, some folks still fail to take John Tesh seriously as anything more than the host of Entertainment Tonight. Those who scoff, however, should realize that aside from writing great sports music, the man knows how to put together some phenomenal talent, who jam heartily on Sax on the Beach despite the romantic album cover. The familiar song titles -- "The Way It Is," "Piano in the Dark," "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" -- may bring out the Muzak Patrol, but this is a far more aggressive turn than the simplistic approach of its predecessor, Sax by the Fire. Underneath the commercial sheen ...
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All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
Despite being an Emmy-winning composer with numerous top-selling albums to his credit, some folks still fail to take John Tesh seriously as anything more than the host of Entertainment Tonight. Those who scoff, however, should realize that aside from writing great sports music, the man knows how to put together some phenomenal talent, who jam heartily on Sax on the Beach despite the romantic album cover. The familiar song titles -- "The Way It Is," "Piano in the Dark," "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" -- may bring out the Muzak Patrol, but this is a far more aggressive turn than the simplistic approach of its predecessor, Sax by the Fire. Underneath the commercial sheen is some fiery blowing by the starry likes of Gerald Albright, Boney James, Eric Marienthal, Michael Paulo, and Marc Russo. If that's not enough, how about Charlie Bisharat's violin, David Pack's vocals, and Mike Landau's raging electric guitar, plus horns and a string quartet? Cynics always look at cover tunes like they're a cop-out, an easy way to get airplay. But when they're done just right, the results can be fairly joyous. Four Weddings and a Saxophone, anyone?
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  • Release Date: 9/10/1995
  • Label: GTS RECORDS
  • UPC: 731452875341
  • Catalog Number: 528753

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The John Tesh Project Primary Artist
John Tesh Indexed Contributor, Synthesizer
Gerald Albright Piano, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone
Tim Heintz Accordion, Keyboards
Michael Paulo Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Boney James Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone
Rick Baptist Trumpet
Charlie Bisharat Violin
Stewart Blumberg Trumpet
Rick Cook uillean pipes
Charles Everett Violin
Melissa "Missy" Hasin Cello
Phillip Ingram Vocals
Alan Kaplan Trombone
Brian Kilgore Percussion
Michael Landau Guitar
Tim Landers Bass
Eric Marienthal Alto Saxophone
Maria Newman Viola
Tollak Ollestad Harmonica
David Pack Vocals
George Perilli Drums
Marc Russo Alto Saxophone
Mervyn Warren Vocals
Rich Cook Pipe
Alex Iles Trombone
Technical Credits
John Tesh Executive Producer
Cindy Walker Composer
Charlie Bisharat Arranger, Producer, Orchestration
Ross Pallone Producer, Engineer
Chris Bellman Mastering
Hillary Hope Art Direction
Concetta Sellecchia Executive Producer
V. McCoy Composer
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