6 String Theory

~ Release by Lee Ritenour (see all versions of this release, 3 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
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1Lay It Down
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
bass:
Melvin Davis
drums (drum set):
Harvey Mason (jazz drummer)
guitar:
Lee Ritenour and John Scofield
organ:
Larry Goldings
arranger:
Lee Ritenour
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
recording of:
Lay It Down
composer:
Lee Ritenour
John Scofield & Lee Ritenour5:59
2Am I Wrong
additional recording engineer:
Eric Ferguson
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
bass:
Nathan East
clavinet and Rhodes piano:
Larry Goldings
drums (drum set):
Harvey Mason (jazz drummer)
guitar:
Keb’ Mo’ and Taj Mahal (US blues musician)
harmonica:
Taj Mahal (US blues musician)
vocals:
Keb’ Mo’ and Taj Mahal (US blues musician)
arranger:
Keb’ Mo’ and Lee Ritenour
additionally recorded at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
recording of:
Am I Wrong
lyricist and composer:
Kevin Moore
Keb’ Mo’ & Taj Mahal4:07
3L.P. (For Les Paul)
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
drums (drum set):
Will Kennedy (drummer)
guitar:
Pat Martino (American jazz guitarist) and Lee Ritenour
organ:
Joey DeFrancesco
arranger:
Lee Ritenour
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
recording of:
L.P. (For Les Paul)
composer:
Lee Ritenour
Lee Ritenour, Pat Martino & Joey DeFrancesco4:50
4Give Me One Reason
additional recording engineer:
Dominic Camardella
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
bass:
Tal Wilkenfeld
drums (drum set):
Vinnie Colaiuta (drummer)
guitar:
Joe Bonamassa and Robert Cray
Wurlitzer electric piano:
Larry Goldings
vocals:
Joe Bonamassa and Robert Cray
arranger:
Joe Bonamassa and Lee Ritenour
additionally recorded at:
Santa Barbara Sound Design in Santa Barbara, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
cover recording of:
Give Me One Reason
lyricist and composer:
Tracy Chapman
publisher:
EMI April Music (in 1995) and Purple Rabbit Music (in 1995)
Joe Bonamassa & Robert Cray5:16
5"68"
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk and Steve Lukather
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
bass:
Tal Wilkenfeld
drums (drum set):
Vinnie Colaiuta (drummer)
guitar:
Steve Lukather, Neal Schon and Slash (Guns N’ Roses guitarist)
organ:
Larry Goldings
arranger:
Steve Lukather and Lee Ritenour
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
recording of:
“68”
composer:
Steve Lukather
Steve Lukather, Neal Schon & Slash5:01
6In Your Dreams
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk and Steve Lukather
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
bass:
Tal Wilkenfeld
drums (drum set):
Vinnie Colaiuta (drummer)
guitar:
Steve Lukather, Lee Ritenour and Neal Schon
organ:
Larry Goldings
arranger:
Steve Lukather and Lee Ritenour
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
recording of:
In Your Dreams
composer:
Steve Lukather and Lee Ritenour
Steve Lukather, Lee Ritenour & Neal Schon6:01
7My One and Only Love
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
guitar:
George Benson (jazz guitarist/singer)
arranger:
George Benson (jazz guitarist/singer) and Lee Ritenour
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
instrumental cover recording of:
My One and Only Love
lyricist:
Robert Mellin
composer:
Robert Mellin and Guy Wood
publisher:
Colgems, Colgems-EMI Music Inc., EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!), Sherwin Music Publishing Corp., Warock Corp. and ミュージカル・ライツ・東京
version of:
Music from Beyond the Moon (My One and Only Love)
George Benson1:45
8Moon River
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
drums (drum set):
Will Kennedy (drummer)
guitar:
George Benson (jazz guitarist/singer)
organ:
Joey DeFrancesco
arranger:
George Benson (jazz guitarist/singer) and Lee Ritenour
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
instrumental cover recording of:
Moon River
lyricist:
Johnny Mercer
composer:
Henry Mancini (US composer, conductor & arranger)
publisher:
Famous Chappell, Famous Music (renamed since 2007-05 as Sony/ATV Harmony/Melody), Famous Music Corporation, Famous Music Group, Famous Music Publishing Germany GmbH & Co. KG, Sony/ATV Harmony and ソニー・ミュージックパブリッシング A事業部
part of:
Grammy Award: Song of the Year nominees (number: 1962 winner) and Academy Award for Best Original Song (number: 34)
George Benson & Joey DeFrancesco5:00
9Why I Sing the Blues
additional recording engineer:
Chuck Ainley (engineer), Eric Ferguson and Seth Presant
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
bass:
Nathan East
drums (drum set):
Harvey Mason (jazz drummer)
guitar:
Vince Gill, Keb’ Mo’, B.B. King, Jonny Lang (American blues, gospel, and rock singer, songwriter, guitarist) and Lee Ritenour
Rhodes piano:
Larry Goldings
vocals:
Vince Gill, Keb’ Mo’, B.B. King and Jonny Lang (American blues, gospel, and rock singer, songwriter, guitarist)
arranger:
Keb’ Mo’ and Lee Ritenour
additionally recorded at:
Digital Insight Recording in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04), Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04), The Village (aka The Village Recorder) in Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04) and Vince Gill's Studio in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
recording of:
Why I Sing the Blues
writer:
Dave Clark (record promoter and musical consultant who worked with B.B. King) and B.B. King
publisher:
ABC/Dunhill Music, Inc., Duchess Music Corporation, Pamco Music Inc. and Sounds Of Lucille, Inc.
B.B. King, Vince Gill, Keb’ Mo’, Jonny Lang & Lee Ritenour6:35
10Daddy Longlicks
additional recording engineer:
Eric Ferguson
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
guitar:
Joe Robinson (blues guitarist)
arranger:
Lee Ritenour and Joe Robinson (blues guitarist)
additionally recorded at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
recording of:
Daddy Longlicks
composer:
Joe Robinson (blues guitarist)
Joe Robinson1:54
11Shape of My Heart
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk and Steve Lukather
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
bass:
Jimmy Johnson (US session bassist)
drums (drum set):
Will Kennedy (drummer)
electric guitar:
Steve Lukather
electric guitar [nylon string electric guitar]:
Lee Ritenour
keyboard:
John Beasley (American jazz pianist)
percussion:
Paulinho da Costa
steel guitar:
Andy McKee (guitarist)
arranger:
Steve Lukather and Lee Ritenour
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
instrumental cover recording of:
Shape of My Heart
lyricist:
Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police)
composer:
Dominic Miller (guitarist) and Sting (singer, songwriter & member of The Police)
Lee Ritenour, Steve Lukather & Andy McKee4:49
12Drifting
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
bass:
Jimmy Johnson (US session bassist)
guitar:
Andy McKee (guitarist) and Lee Ritenour
keyboard:
John Beasley (American jazz pianist)
percussion:
Paulinho da Costa
arranger:
Andy McKee (guitarist) and Lee Ritenour
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
recording of:
Drifting
composer:
Andy McKee (guitarist)
Andy McKee3:43
13Freeway Jam
additional assistant recording engineer:
Miyuki Nara
additional recording engineer:
Yamanouchi Takayoshi (engineer)
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
bass:
Melvin Davis
drums (drum set):
Simon Phillips (rock drummer)
guitar:
Lee Ritenour, Mike Stern and Tomoyasu Hotei
Rhodes piano:
John Beasley (American jazz pianist)
arranger:
Lee Ritenour
additionally recorded at:
Dada Studio in Tokyo, Japan (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
cover recording of:
Freeway Jam
composer:
Max Middleton
Mike Stern, Tomoyasu Hotei & Lee Ritenour4:59
14Fives
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
bass:
Tal Wilkenfeld
drums (drum set):
Vinnie Colaiuta (drummer)
guitar:
Guthrie Govan
organ:
Larry Goldings
arranger:
Guthrie Govan and Lee Ritenour
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
recording of:
Fives
composer:
Guthrie Govan
Guthrie Govan & Tal Wilkenfeld4:33
15Caprices, OP. 20, No. 2 and 7
additional recording engineer:
Eric Ferguson
recording engineer and mixer:
Don Murray (Producer and engineer)
assistant engineer:
John Fan (assistant engineer), Paul LaMalfa, Gary Lee (assistant engineer) and Kevin Mills (engineer)
co-producer:
John Burk
executive producer:
John Burk, Lee Ritenour and Mark Wexler
producer:
Lee Ritenour
additional editor:
Eric Ferguson, Gary Lee (assistant engineer), Don Murray (Producer and engineer) and Lee Ritenour
guitar:
Shon Boublil
arranger:
Lee Ritenour
additionally recorded at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
recorded at:
Henson Recording Studios (former A&M Studios) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (from 2009-12 until 2010-04)
mixed at:
Starlight Studios in Malibu, California, United States
recording of:
36 Caprices, op. 20: No. 2 in E minor: Allegro
composer:
Luigi Legnani
part of:
36 Caprices, op. 20
recording of:
36 Caprices, op. 20: No. 7 in A major: Prestissimo
composer:
Luigi Legnani
part of:
36 Caprices, op. 20
Shon Boublil3:29

Credits

Release

art direction:Larissa Collins (art director / designer)
photography:Chad Reininger (photographer)
mastering:Sangwook "Sunny" Nam
illustration:Dario Campanile (illustrator)
design:Mike Gassel (Art Direction, Package Design)
mastered at:The Mastering Lab (Ojai) in Ojai, California, United States
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/2364033 [info]
ASIN:US: B003K025TQ [info]