Finger Paintings

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Finger Paintings
Fingerpaintings.jpg
Studio album by
Released1977[1]
RecordedFebruary 1977
StudioKendun Recorders, Burbank, CA, Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY and Columbia 30th Street Studios, New York, NY
GenreJazz, Crossover jazz, Jazz pop
Length36:14
LabelBlue Note
ProducerDave Grusin, Larry Rosen
Earl Klugh chronology
Living inside Your Love
(1976)
Finger Paintings
(1977)
Magic in Your Eyes
(1978)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
allmusic.com2/5 stars[2]

Finger Paintings is the third studio album by Earl Klugh released in 1977.[1][3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Dr. Macumba" (Earl Klugh) – 4:27
  2. "Long Ago and Far Away" (James Taylor) – 5:37
  3. "Cabo Frio" (Klugh) – 3:32
  4. "Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow" (Dave Grusin, Morgan Ames) – 4:37
    Horns arranged by Tom Scott
  5. "Catherine" (Klugh) – 4:11
  6. "Dance with Me" (John Hall and Johanna Hall) – 3:26
  7. "Jolanta" (Klugh) – 3:03
  8. "Summer Song" (Klugh) – 4:07
  9. "This Time" (Klugh) – 3:44
    12-string guitar by Lee Ritenour

Personnel[edit]

Musicians[edit]

Additional Musicians[edit]

  • Arnold Belnick, Pamela Goldsmith, Endre Granat, Allan Harshman, Karen Jones, Jacob Krachmalnick, Bernard Kundell, Edgar Lustgarten, David Montagu, Constance Pressman, Dana L. Rees, Sheldon Sanov, Marshall Sosson, Ann M. Stockton, and Gerald Vince – strings
  • Chuck Findley, Dick Hyde, Jack Nimitz, Jerome Richardson, Tom Scott, Lawrence Williams – horns
  • Alexandra Brown, Lisa Roberts, Stephanie Spruill – backing vocals on track 4

Production[edit]

  • George Butler – executive producer
  • Dave Grusin and Larry Rosen – producers
  • John Golden – mastering
  • Larry Rosen – recorded and mixing
  • Phil Schier – strings and horn recording
  • Michael Ebert and Michael Shulman – studio (recording and mixing) assistants


Charts Positions[edit]

Album – Billboard[4]
Year Chart Position
1977 Jazz Albums 6
1977 R&B Albums 31
1977 The Billboard 200 84


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Welles, Robin (17 August 1977). "Dottie West grew up on 'Country Sunshine'". Daily News (Bowling Green). Retrieved 23 September 2010.
  2. ^ allmusic.com review
  3. ^ Yanow, Scott. "Album Review". allmusic.com. Retrieved 23 September 2010.
  4. ^ "Earl Klugh - Billboard Albums". allmusic. Retrieved 23 September 2010.

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