Tracklist

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CD 1: Finger Paintings / Heart String
# Title Rating Length
1 Dr. Macumba 4:28
2 Long Ago and Far Away 5:37
3 Cabo Frio 3:33
4 Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow (Baretta's Theme) 4:42
5 Catherine 2 4:12
6 Dance With Me 3:27
7 Jolanta 3:04
8 Summer Song 4:08
9 This Time 3:45
10 Heart String 6:24
11 I'll See You Again 5:53
12 Acoustic Lady, Parts I & II 7:44
13 Spanish Night 3:19
14 Pretty World 4:58
15 Waiting for Cathy 2:51
16 Rayna 5:16
17 Heart String (reprise) 4:05
CD 2: Wishful Thinking
# Title Rating Length
1 Wishful Thinking 4:00
2 Tropical Legs 5:32
3 All the Time 4:40
4 A Natural Thing 2:57
5 Once Again 4:19
6 Take It From the Top 4:01
7 The Only One for Me 4:51
8 Right From the Start 5:29

Credits

CD 1: Finger Paintings / Heart String

acoustic guitar:
Earl Klugh (1978-10 – 1978-11) (tracks 13–17)
acoustic guitar and electric guitar:
Earl Klugh (1978-10 – 1978-11) (track 11)
acoustic guitar and steel guitar:
Earl Klugh (1978-10 – 1978-11) (tracks 10, 12)
drums (drum set):
Steve Gadd (drummer) (1977-02) (tracks 1, 4, 6–8)
Harvey Mason (jazz drummer) (1977-02) (tracks 2–3, 5, 9)
Gene Dunlap (drums) (1978-10 – 1978-11) (tracks 12, 14)
Victor Lewis (drums) (1978-10 – 1978-11) (tracks 10–11, 13, 16)
strings:
Arnold Belnick (1977-02) (track 4)
Pamela Goldsmith (1977-02) (track 4)
Endre Granat (1977-02) (track 4)
Allan Harshman (1977-02) (track 4)
Karen Jones (soul/funk vocalist) (1977-02) (track 4)
Jacob Krachmalnick (1977-02) (track 4)
Bernard Kundell (1977-02) (track 4)
Edgar Lustgarten (1977-02) (track 4)
David Montagu (1977-02) (track 4)
Constance Pressman (1977-02) (track 4)
Dana L. Rees (1977-02) (track 4)
Sheldon Sanov (1977-02) (track 4)
Marshall Sosson (1977-02) (track 4)
Ann Mason Stockton (American harp player) (1977-02) (track 4)
Gerald Vinci (1977-02) (track 4)
clavinet:
Mickey Roquemore (1978-10 – 1978-11) (track 11)
clavinet and electric piano:
Greg Phillinganes (1978-10 – 1978-11) (track 10)
clavinet and piano:
Mickey Roquemore (1978-10 – 1978-11) (tracks 12, 14)
guitar:
Earl Klugh (1977-02) (tracks 1–9)
bass:
Anthony Jackson (US bassist) (1977-02) (tracks 1–3, 5, 9)
Louis Johnson (bass, member of Brothers Johnson) (1977-02) (tracks 4, 6–7)
Hubie Crawford (1978-10 – 1978-11) (tracks 12, 14)
Charles Meeks (1978-10 – 1978-11) (tracks 10–11, 13, 16)
Roland Wilson (bass) (1978-10 – 1978-11) (track 14)
electric piano:
Darryl Dybka (1978-10 – 1978-11) (tracks 12, 14)
Greg Phillinganes (1978-10 – 1978-11) (tracks 11, 16)
electric guitar:
Lee Ritenour (1977-02) (tracks 1–3, 5, 9)
Phil Upchurch (1978-10 – 1978-11) (tracks 10–12)
percussion:
Steve Forman (US percussionist) (1977-02) (tracks 3–4, 8)
Ralph MacDonald (1977-02) (tracks 1–2, 7, 9)
Ralph MacDonald (1978-10 – 1978-11) (tracks 10–14, 16)
percussion, Rhodes piano and synthesizer:
Dave Grusin (1977-02) (tracks 5–6)
Rhodes piano and synthesizer:
Dave Grusin (1977-02) (tracks 1–4, 7–9)
piano:
Greg Phillinganes (1978-10 – 1978-11) (track 13)
horn:
Chuck Findley (1977-02) (track 4)
Dick Hyde (1977-02) (track 4)
Jack Nimitz (1977-02) (track 4)
Jerome Richardson (1977-02) (track 4)
Tom Scott (saxophonist, Blues Brothers, LA Express, Starsky & Hutch) (1977-02) (track 4)
Larry Williams (keyboard,sax,flute) (1977-02) (track 4)
arranger:
Dave Grusin (tracks 1–9)
assistant engineer:
Joel Cohn (tracks 10–17)
composer:
James Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (track 2)
conductor:
Dave Grusin (1977-02) (tracks 1–9)
lyricist:
James Taylor (singer-songwriter and guitarist) (track 2)
mixer:
Dave Palmer (Recording engineer at Electric Lady Studios, New York; Drummer with The Amboy Dukes) (tracks 10–17)
producer:
Earl Klugh (tracks 10–17)
recording engineer:
Dave Palmer (Recording engineer at Electric Lady Studios, New York; Drummer with The Amboy Dukes) (1978-10 – 1978-11) (tracks 10–17)
phonographic copyright by:
Liberty/United Records, Inc. (tracks 10–17)
publisher:
mixed at:
recorded at:
Columbia Studios in New York, New York, United States (1977-02) (track 4)
Kendun Recorders in Burbank, California, United States (1977-02) (tracks 1–7, 9)
Electric Lady Studios in Greenwich Village, New York, New York, United States (1978-10 – 1978-11) (tracks 10–17)
instrumental recording of:
Long Ago and Far Away (James Taylor song) (1977-02) (track 2)

CD 2: Wishful Thinking

mixed in:
United States (1983-10 – 1983-11) (tracks 1–8)
recorded in:
United States (1983-10 – 1983-11) (tracks 1–8)
drums (drum set):
James Bradley Jr. (1983-10 – 1983-11) (track 3)
Brian Brake (1983-10 – 1983-11) (tracks 6, 8)
Ted Thomas, Jr. (1983-10 – 1983-11) (tracks 1–2, 5, 7)
guitar:
Earl Klugh (1983-10 – 1983-11) (tracks 1–8)
bass:
Ron Carter (US jazz double-bassist) (1983-10 – 1983-11) (track 6)
Lucio Hopper (1983-10 – 1983-11) (tracks 1–2, 5, 7–8)
Charles Meeks (1983-10 – 1983-11) (track 3)
electric guitar:
Joe Beck (guitar) (1983-10 – 1983-11) (tracks 6, 8)
Eric Gale (1983-10 – 1983-11) (track 1)
Donald Griffin (1983-10 – 1983-11) (track 3)
Carlos Rios (producer/guitarist) (1983-10 – 1983-11) (track 2)
Phil Upchurch (1983-10 – 1983-11) (track 3)
percussion:
Paulinho da Costa (1983-10 – 1983-11) (track 3)
Sammy Figueroa (1983-10 – 1983-11) (tracks 1–2, 5–8)
keyboard:
Barry Eastmond (1983-10 – 1983-11) (tracks 1–2, 5–8)
Ronnie Foster (1983-10 – 1983-11) (track 3)
saxophone:
David Sanborn (1983-10 – 1983-11) (track 7)
piano:
Earl Klugh (1983-10 – 1983-11) (track 5)
arranger:
David Matthews (US jazz/bop keyboardist, pianist, and arranger) (tracks 4, 6, 8)
conductor:
David Matthews (US jazz/bop keyboardist, pianist, and arranger) (1983-10 – 1983-11) (tracks 4, 6, 8)
producer:
Earl Klugh (tracks 1–8)
phonographic copyright by:
Capitol Records, Inc. (not for release label use; company behind the “Capitol Records” imprint) (tracks 1–8)

Release

ASIN:UK: B0072D89TC [info]