Complete your Lee Ritenour collection. Color Rit (CD, Album). GRP-9594-2, GRD-9594.
Color Rit is an album by American jazz guitarist Lee Ritenour that was released in 1989 by GRP Records. The album reached No. 4 on the Billboard magazine Contemporary Jazz chart. All tracks written by Lee Ritenour except where noted. Lee Ritenour – guitar. Ernie Watts – saxophone. Russell Ferrante – keyboards. Oscar Castro-Neves – guitar. Jimmy Johnson – bass. Paulinho da Costa – percussion.
Color Rit begins right where Festival left off, with Brazilian-flavored electric jazz and Rit handling the acoustic guitar, but soon veers closer to a more generic . based series of sounds and textures. Ritenour adds electric guitar to several tracks, although the acoustic instrument dominates the album.
Band Name Lee Ritenour. Album Name Color Rit. Type Album. Labels GRP. Music StyleJazz Rock. Members owning this album0. 2. É. 3. All the Same Tonight. 5. I Can't Let Go. 6. Color Rit. 7. The Kiss.
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Album · 1989 · 10 Songs. 10 Songs, 43 Minutes. Released: Jan 1, 1989. More By Lee Ritenour. See All. 6 String Theory.
Color Rit. Artist: Lee Ritenour. Album: Color Rit (Remastered), 1989. I've done a lot of albums and I kinda know when I'm onto something that was inspirational for me to record and create, and this was one of those projects where I really enjoyed making the album. Now playing: Rag'n'Bone Man Giant. Studio album by. Lee Ritenour. Retrieved 2013-03-09. Lee Ritenour's Official Site. Anthony Jackson (musician). Anthony Jackson, (June 23, 1952, New York, New York) is a Grammy-nominated American bassist and session musician based in New York City. Festival (Lee Ritenour album). Festival is an album by American jazz guitarist Lee Ritenour that was released in 1988 by GRP Records. The album is a collaboration between musicians from New York City, Los Angeles, and Brazil. Festival reached No. 3 on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz chart.