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4. I Don't Want to Leave You Alone Anymore. So hooked that I picked up every one of Mr Klugh's albums religiously for the next 20 years. He is such an incredibly talented artist. I am ashamed to say that I've only now begun to convert my collection over to cd. The Dream Come True album holds so many special memories for me, in fact, in 1986, I named my new puppy "Doc", and that loyal pooch's personailty fit that tune's melody for his 13+ years on this Earth. The beautiful words at the end of "I Don't Want To Leave You Alone Anymore" still stir me up, and every single tune on this album takes.
From the album "Dream Come True" - UAC-5068). Matrix, Runout (Side A label): UA356-A.
Dream Come True is the 6th studio album by Earl Klugh released in 1980. The album received a Grammy nomination for Best Jazz Fusion Performance at the 23rd Grammy Awards in 1981. All tracks composed by Earl Klugh; except where indicated. Side One. "If It's in Your Heart (It's in Your Smile)" – 4:04. I Don't Want to Leave You Alone Anymore" (lyrics: Bill Allen, George Porter Martin) – 4:53. Side Two. "Spellbound" – 6:13. Sweet Rum and Starlight" – 4:02.
Earl Klugh is the debut album by jazz guitarist Earl Klugh, released in 1976. Klugh is accompanied by Louis Johnson on bass and Lee Ritenour on guitar. All tracks written by Earl Klugh except where noted. Earl Klugh – acoustic and electric guitars. Chuck Findley, Oscar Brashear – trumpet, flugelhorn. Garnett Brown – trombone. Ray Pizzi – soprano saxophone. Pete Christlieb – tenor saxophone, flute. Jerome Richardson – baritone saxophone, flute.
Album: Dream Come True. Dream Come True: Best 2 songs. EARL KLUGH - I Don't Want To Leave You Alone Anymore 04:54. EARL KLUGH - If It's In Your Heart (It's In Your Smile) 04:05. Album: Dream Come True. EARL KLUGH: best 2 tracks. Bob James, Bob James And Earl Klugh, EARL KLUGH - Movin' On Cool, 2009 07:33. Bob James, Bob James And Earl Klugh, EARL KLUGH - Miniature Cool, 2009 02:44.
Earl Klugh is the debut album of Earl Klugh released in 1976. It features Louis Johnson on bass and guest appearances of Lee Ritenour on electric guitar.