Dave Koz (album)

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Dave Koz
Studio album by Dave Koz
Released September 25, 1990
Genre Smooth jazz
Length 51:41
Label Capitol
Producer Steve Barri, Claude Gaudette, Dave Koz, Jeff Koz, Jeff Lorber, Randy Nicklaus, Tony Peluso, Evan Rogers, Carl Sturken
Dave Koz chronology
Dave Koz
(1990)
Lucky Man
(1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Dave Koz is the 1990 debut album by Dave Koz. It was released on Capitol Records in 1990. Koz himself co-wrote eight of the 11 tracks, as well as having a reworking of the Richard Marx hit Endless Summer Nights. He is supported by various people depending on the song. [2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "So Far From Home" (Koz, Lorber) 6:10
  2. "Emily" (Bobby Caldwell, Koz, Lorber) 5:30
  3. "Give It Up" (Koz, Lorber, Marx) 5:53
  4. "Nothing But The Radio On" (featuring Joey Diggs) (Klaven, S. Rose, G. Rose) 4:31
  5. "Castle of Dreams" (Koz, Jeff Koz) 5:00
  6. "Endless Summer Nights" (Richard Marx) 5:01
  7. "Love of My Life" (featuring Cole Basquē) Koz, Elliott Wolff) 4:24
  8. "Art of Key Noise" (Koz, Claude Gaudette) :27
  9. "Perfect Stranger" (Koz, Rogers, Sturken) 4:34
  10. "If Love Is All We Have" (featuring Cole Basquē) (Davidovicci, Derry, Homms) 4:27
  11. "Yesterday's Rain" (Koz, Rogers, Sturken) 5:51

Production[edit]

  • Executive Producers: Allen Kovac, Bruce Lundvall
  • Produced By Steve Barri, Claude Gaudette, Dave Koz, Jeff Koz, Jeff Lorber, Randy Nicklaus, Tony Peluso, Evan Rogers & Carl Sturken
  • Engineers: Francis Buckley, Eddie King, Jeff Lorber, Matt Noble, Tony Peluso, Bruce Sugar, Howard Lee Wolen
  • Assistant Engineers: Sally Browder, Jeff DeMorris, Nick Els, Gabriel Moffat, Fawn Rogers, Rob Ruscoe
  • Mixing: Darrell Gustamacho, Alan Meyerson, Steve Peck, Tony Peluso
  • Mix Assistants: Mike Harlow, Steve Peck, John Schmit, Joel Stoner
  • Mastering: Steve Hall

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