Double Vision (Bob James and David Sanborn album)

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Double Vision
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Studio album by Bob James and David Sanborn
Released 1986
Recorded 1986
Studio Clinton Recording Studios and Unique Recording Studios
Genre Smooth Jazz
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Tommy LiPuma
Bob James chronology
12
(1986)121986
Double Vision
(1986)
Obsession
(1986)Obsession1986
David Sanborn chronology
Straight to the Heart
(1984) Straight to the Heart1984
Double Vision
(1986) Double Vision1986

Double Vision is a 1986 album by Bob James and David Sanborn. The album was a successful smooth jazz release receiving frequent airplay. The album spent 63 weeks on the Billboard charts, topping out at #50 on the Billboard 200.[1] In 1987 "Since I Fell for You" earned a Grammy Award nomination for Al Jarreau in the category Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male. The original album was released in the US on May 19, 1986, Warner Bros, Cat No: 25393. It was released a week later in the UK.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Maputo" Marcus Miller 6:50
2. "More Than Friends" Marcus Miller 6:18
3. "Moon Tune" Bob James, David Sanborn 7:06
4. "Since I Fell for You (Vocal by Al Jarreau)" Woodrow Buddy Johnson 5:52
5. "It's You" David Sanborn 5:16
6. "Never Enough" Bob James, David Sanborn 6:30
7. "You Don't Know Me" Cindy Walker, Eddy Arnold 5:36

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Double Vision – Bob James/David Sanborn". Billboard.com. Retrieved 2012-02-14.