Double Vision (Bob James and David Sanborn album)
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|Studio album by Bob James and David Sanborn|
|Studio||Clinton Recording Studios and Unique Recording Studios|
|Bob James chronology|
|David Sanborn chronology|
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. 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.
|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|
|2003 reissue bonus tracks|
|9.||"Hey, Girl"||Gerry Goffin, Carole King||4:46|
- Bob James: keyboards, synthesizers
- David Sanborn: saxophone
- Marcus Miller: bass
- Steve Gadd: drums
- Paul Milton Jackson, Jr.: guitar
- Paulinho Da Costa: percussion
- Eric Gale: guitar on "Since I Fell for You" and "You Don't Know Me"
- Al Jarreau: vocal on "Since I Fell for You"
- Doug Sax: mastering
- "Double Vision – Bob James/David Sanborn". Billboard.com. Retrieved 2012-02-14.
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