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Earl Klugh - Wishful Thinking FLAC

Earl Klugh - Wishful Thinking FLAC Performer: Earl Klugh
Album: Wishful Thinking
Country: US
Released: 2007
Style: Smooth Jazz
Label: Mosaic Contemporary
Genre: Jazz
Catalog #: MSC 5008
Size FLAC: 2021 mb.
Size MP3: 1503 mb.
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 905
Record Source: CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered




Tracklist


1A Natural Thing2:55
2Wishful Thinking3:58
3All The Time
Arranged By, Conductor – Johnny Mandel
4:39
4The Only One For Me4:49
5Right From The Start5:30
6Once Again
Arranged By, Conductor – Don SebeskyPiano – Earl Klugh
4:18
7Tropical Legs5:33
8Take It From The Top3:58


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ST-12323Earl Klugh Wishful Thinking ‎(LP, Album, Jac)Capitol RecordsST-12323US1984
ST 24 0092Earl Klugh Wishful Thinking ‎(LP, Album)Capitol RecordsST 24 0092Australia1984
4XT 12323Earl Klugh Wishful Thinking ‎(Cass)Capitol Records4XT 12323US1984
ST 5 -12323, ST 512323Earl Klugh Wishful Thinking ‎(LP, Album, Club)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsST 5 -12323, ST 512323US1984
CP35-3121Earl Klugh Wishful Thinking ‎(CD, Album)Capitol RecordsCP35-3121Japan1984


Credits


  • Arranged By, ConductorDave Matthews (tracks: 4, 6, 8)
  • BassCharles Meeks (tracks: 3), Lucio Hopper (tracks: 1, 2, 5, 7, 8), Ron Carter (tracks: 6)
  • Co-producerRoland Wilson
  • DrumsBrian Brake (tracks: 6, 8), James Bradley Jr. (tracks: 3), Ted Thomas Jr. (tracks: 1, 2, 5, 7)
  • Electric GuitarCarlos Rios (tracks: 2), Donald Griffin (tracks: 3), Eric Gale (tracks: 1), Joe Beck (tracks: 6, 8), Phil Upchurch (tracks: 3)
  • Engineer, Mixed ByDave Palmer
  • Guitar, Composed By, ProducerEarl Klugh
  • KeyboardsBarry Eastmond (tracks: 1, 2, 5 to 8), Ronnie Foster (tracks: 3)
  • PercussionPaulinho Da Costa (tracks: 3), Sammy Figueroa (tracks: 1, 2, 5 to 8)
  • Photography ByJerry Farber
  • SaxophoneDavid Sanborn (tracks: 7)


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 094638742128


Video


From Mosaic Contemporary website:
"Earl Klugh released Wishful Thinking directly after Two of a Kind, his second collaboration with Bob James, and it was one of his most successful recordings, both artistically and commercially. As much as any project, this classic proves that Klugh is one of the most distinctive artists in contemporary instrumental music.

Featuring brilliant guest musicians and wonderful arrangements by the likes of Johnny Mandel and David Matthews, Wishful Thinking's strong yet relaxingly lilting grooves and uniquely worldly musical perspective combine to present a recording that exhibits an intense yet laid-back sexiness. Whether he's performing hooky pop melodies ("Wishful Thinking") romantically orchestrated ballads ("A Natural Thing") or island grooves ("Tropical Legs"), one thing cuts deeply to the soul of the listener: the intimate touch of skin on nylon strings, the unmistakable sound of Earl Klugh."