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Lee Ritenour - Dreamcatcher

The Players Club

  • £15.55 ( )
CATALOGUE NO.: 0810020502817
FORMAT - CD
RELEASE DATE 4th Dec 2020
Genres - Jazz

Track Listing
A1. Dreamcatcher
A2. Charleston
A3. The Lighthouse
A4. Morning Glory Jam
A5. Starlight
B1. Abbot Kinney
B2. Couldn't Help Myself
B3. For DG
B4. Via Verde
B5. Low & Slow
B6. Storyteller

• On Dreamcatcher, Lee Ritenour is celebrating 60 years of playing guitar with a first ever “solo guitar” album!
• Ritenour’s accolades include: 45 albums,16 Grammy nominations, Alumnus of the year at USC, Los Angeles’ Jazz Society Honoree (2019), plus thousands of sessions with legends such as Frank Sinatra, Pink Floyd, B.B. King, Tony Bennett, among others
• The 12 tracks of Dreamcatcher rank amongst the most melodic and tinglingly beautiful in Ritenour’s catalogue
• Online and Print marketing campaign to guitar and rock media. Also to his 137.000 loyal Facebook followers
• Consumer ads to be placed in musician-oriented magazines

Lee Ritenour Celebrating 60 years of playing guitar with a first ever “solo guitar” album, entitled Dreamcatcher!

For Lee Ritenour, there aren’t many ‘firsts’ left to achieve. During his dazzling five-decade career, the fabled LA guitarist has taken his music to the outer limits, alighting on every genre and occupying every position in the rock ‘n’ roll firmament. He’s been an enfant terrible of ’70s fusion, a crossover star of the ’80s pop chart, an honorary exponent of Brazilian jazz, and the fingers behind ’90s supergroup, Fourplay. Ritenour’s accolades include: 45 albums,16 Grammy nominations, Alumnus of the year at USC, Los Angeles’ Jazz Society Honoree (2019), plus thousands of sessions with legends such as Frank Sinatra, Pink Floyd, B.B. King, Tony Bennett, among others. And yet, when he checks the rear-view mirror, the 68-year-old acknowledges he’s never made a record like Dreamcatcher. “People have been telling me for years: ‘Rit, you gotta make a solo guitar record’. In the past, I’ve always been the band guy, the ensemble guy, the collaborative-guitar-player guy. So this was the one project I hadn’t done. And this year, I knew it was time.”
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