Title: Life In The Tropics
Style: Smooth Jazz, Latin Jazz, Cool Jazz
Format: MP3 FLAC AA VOX ASF DXD AUD RA MP1
FLAC size: 1527 mb | MP3 size: 1419 mb | WMA size: 1248 mb
Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards, Bass, Programmed By, Classical Guitar – Russ Freeman (2). Art Direction – MAD Design. Bass – Kim Stone (tracks: 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 10). Booking – APA (5). Design – Bill Mayer. Drums – Dave Hooper (tracks: 1 to 5, 7, 9 to 11). Engineer – Ken Freeman (2), Mark Binder (2), Nick Sodano, Posie Muliadi.
Kilimanjaro is the second album by the American Jazz group The Rippingtons, released in 1988 for Passport Jazz Records, and later reissued under the GRP label. Kilimanjaro reached on Billboard's Jazz chart. all tracks composed by Russ Freeman except where noted). Jimmy Johnson: fretless bass. Vinnie Colaiuta: drums. Tony Morales: additional cymbals. Steve Reid: percussion. Dave Koz: alto saxophone.
Moonlighting is the debut album by the contemporary jazz ensemble The Rippingtons. It was released in 1986 on the GRP label, and reached on Billboard's Jazz chart. This is also the first appearance of the Jazz Cat on the album cover by artist Bill Mayer. The Jazz Cat has since been on the cover of every Rippingtons album. 1 Track listing and personnel. Russ Freeman: Electric Guitar and solo, additional keyboards. Brandon Fields: Alto Saxophone. The Rippingtons featuring Russ Freeman.
Life In The Tropics The Rippingtons. The Rippingtons & Eric Marienthal. 3. Cruisin' Down Ocean Drive.
Life in the Tropics is the 11th album by the American Jazz group The Rippingtons. It was released in 2000, and was the group's first release for Peak label The album reached on Billboard's contemporary Jazz chart. Studio album by. The Rippingtons. Russ Freeman (born February 11, 1960) is a smooth jazz guitarist who is the founder and leader of the Rippingtons. Sahara (The Rippingtons album). Sahara is the seventh album by American Jazz group The Rippingtons, released in 1994 for the GRP label. The album reached on Billboard's contemporary Jazz chart.
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Russ Freeman writes all of the music for the Rippingtons, much of which falls in the pop/R&B genre. In the late '90s, the group moved over to the Windham Hill label, recording such albums as Black Diamond (1997), Topaz (1999), Live! Across America, and Life in the Tropics (both in 2000). For 2003's Let It Ripp, the band relied heavily on their horn section to carry the weight of the album. The Latin-flavored Wild Card followed in 2005. The band returned in 2009 with Modern Art. In 2011, The Rippington's released the South of France inspired Côte D'azur.
The Rippingtons are an American contemporary jazz group mainly relating to the genres smooth jazz, jazz fusion, jazz pop, and crossover jazz. Formed in 1985 by guitarist and band leader Russ Freeman, their career has spanned three decades. With a revolving door of musicians, Freeman has been the only consistent member. Many of their songs have been played during The Weather Channel's local on the 8's forecast segments
|3||Cruisin' Down Ocean Drive||4:38|
|5||Rhythm Of Your Life||3:58|
|7||Avenida Del Mar||5:16|
|8||I Found Heaven||4:22|
|9||South Beach Mambo||4:46|
|10||Life In The Tropics||4:55|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 013431850021
- Barcode: 37842AM-11 PKD-8500-2 001509-34
|PKD-8500-2||The Rippingtons Featuring Russ Freeman||The Rippingtons Featuring Russ Freeman - Life In The Tropics (CD, Album)||Peak Records||PKD-8500-2||Europe||2000|