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is the debut album of Earl Klugh Earl Klugh released in 1976. It features  Louis Johnson on bass and guest appearances of Lee Ritenour on electric guitar. 
Track listing [ edit ]
"Las Manos De Fuego" ("Hands of Fire")
"Could It be I'm Falling in Love"
"Slippin' in the Back Door"
"Laughter in the Rain"
Waltz for Debby" "Wind and the Sea"
Personnel [ edit ]
Earl Klugh - acoustic and electric guitar
Lee Ritenour - electric guitar Charles Meeks,
Louis Johnson - bass
Dave Grusin - piano, synthesizer, percussion
Harvey Mason - drums. percussion
Laudir de Oliveira - additional percussion
Pete Christlieb - tenor saxophone, flute Ray Pizzi - soprano saxophone
Jerome Richardson - baritone saxophone, flute
Garnett Brown - trombone
Chuck Findley, Oscar Brashear - trumpet, flugelhorn Alexander Murray, Bernard Kundell, Charles Veal, Jr., Daniel Shindaryov, Edgar Lustgarten, Joseph Stepansky, Karen Jones, Kenneth Yerke, Marcia Van Dyke, Marie Fera, Myer Bello, Pamela Goldsmith, Ralph Schaeffer, Thelma Beach - strings
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