Cross My Heart - Lee Ritenour - Rit/2 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Gagrel
    Studio Album (20) - Compilation (1) - Live (1) Grammy-winner and leading contemporary jazzman Lee Ritenour has celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his musical career with a release of a very intriguing and ambitious album 6 String Theory.
  2. Tojashura
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Rit/2 - Lee Ritenour on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Rit/2 - Lee Ritenour on AllMusic - Cross My Heart. Lee Ritenour / Eric Tagg. Lee Ritenour. Amazon: 2 4/
  3. Mezuru
    Cross My Heart Promises, Promises Dreamwalkin' Keep It Alive A Fantasy Tied Up [Side 2] Voices On The Boardwalk Road Runner Malibu Tracks 11 to 20 are the album "Rit/2" – released November in the USA on Elektra Records and in the UK/Europe on Elektra Records /5(23).
  4. Voodoogor
    Jun 15,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Lee Ritenour ft. Eric Tagg - Cross My Heart YouTube Lee Ritenour Live - RIT/Special [] - Duration: Vadim Shinnik , views.
  5. Tut
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Rit/2 on Discogs. Label: Elektra - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Pop • Style: Jazz-Rock, Fusion/5(36).
  6. Akinosida
    Cross My Heart Bass – Nathan East Drums – John Robinson (2) Keyboards – Lee Ritenour Lead Vocals – Eric Tagg Percussion – Paulinho Da Costa Vocals – Bill Champlin /5(2).
  7. Nihn
    Jun 19,  · Unfortunately, Lee Ritenour went a little too far on this album, and used most of his leftover Rit sound on Eric Tagg's solo album "Dreamwalkin'" (Who's title track appears here, albeit re-recorded on Rit/2), which really sounds like the true follow-up to the amazing sound of "Rit"/5(20).
  8. Zololl
    Unfortunately, Lee Ritenour went a little too far on this album, and used most of his leftover Rit sound on Eric Tagg's solo album "Dreamwalkin'" (Who's title track appears here, albeit re-recorded on Rit/2), which really sounds like the true follow-up to the amazing sound of "Rit"/5(20).

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