Sanctuary/Suite for Late Summer

Sanctuary/Suite for Late Summer

by Dion


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Product Details

Release Date: 10/09/2001
Label: Ace Records Uk
UPC: 0029667179225
catalogNumber: 792
Rank: 35960

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dion & the Timberlanes   Primary Artist
David Bromberg   Dobro,Guitar
Gene Parsons   Vocals,Guitar (Tenor)
John Clausi   Guitar
Gary Coleman   Percussion
Nick DeCaro   Organ,Accordion
George Devens   Percussion
Dion DiMucci   Guitar,Vocals
Sal DiTroia   Acoustic Guitar
Ron Frangipane   Piano
Joe Mack   Bass
David Robinson   Drums
Rogers   Drums
George Terry   Bass
Russ Titelman   Percussion
Sheldon Powell   Saxophone

Technical Credits

Ernie Maresca   Composer
Nick DeCaro   String Arrangements
Dion DiMucci   Composer
Chuck Kirkpatrick   Engineer
Phil Gernhard   Producer
Lee Herschberg   Engineer,Remixing
Ron Johnsen   Engineer
Ralph Moss   Engineer
Cal Schenkel   Cover Design
Schmitt   Engineer
Russ Titelman   Producer
Tom Lubin   Engineer
Davin Seay   Sleeve Notes
John Abbot   Arranger
Bill Tuohy   Composer,Sleeve Notes

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Sanctuary/Suite for Late Summer 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
-i haven't heard sanctuary- but i do have a copy of suite for late summer- now- any cd which includes this lp instantly deserves a 5 out of 5- ¿why? - because it sounds effortless- great music always sounds effortless- whether it's totally improvised or super arranged- it has the characteristic of seeming like the musicians are playing it fresh- - because the people that worked on it- musicians, writers, singers, arrangers, producers- sound like they are actually living in it- & because of this the record has a life of it's own greater than the sum &c- - because dion has one of the top voices of the 20th &21st centuries- & on this disc he really uses it- - because of the theme- this is more than 10 years on from dion's initial pop heydey- it sounds like... like sitting down on a warm sunday- watching the sun fade thru the willow in your back yard- noticing a half full martini glass & a shoe on the lawn-