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Examples of "ernie_watts"
Kurt Elling Sings the Music of Coltrane and Hartman (Kurt Elling, Ernie Watts, Laurence Hobgood, Harish Raghavan, Ulysess Owens)
Ernie Watts appears courtesy of Flying Dolphin Records. Ernie plays Keilwerth saxophones exclusively and uses Rico reeds.
Harriton has performed in China, Japan, Peru and Los Angeles jazz clubs and has worked with musicians such as Ingrid Jensen and Ernie Watts.
His 2012 CD, "Laurence Hobgood Quartet Featuring Ernie Watts" (Circumstantial), recorded live at the Jazz Kitchen in Indianapolis, features vibrant performances of all original repertoire.
Beginning in the early 1970s, Fisher worked as a producer, recording albums by many artists including Ernie Watts, T-Bone Burnett, Los Lobos, Black Tie, and Toto.
Davis has performed with Wynton Marsalis, TS Monk, Stevie Wonder, Dr. John, Kurt Elling, Ernie Watts, Ramsey Lewis, Grover Washington Jr. and the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra.
The first eight bars of Oliver Nelson's solo on the bridge of "Hoe-Down" was quoted by Ernie Watts and Lee Ritenour in the song "Bullet Train" from their 1979 album "Friendship".
It has been recorded by the likes of pianist Oscar Peterson, vibraphonist Cal Tjader, trumpeters/bandleaders Harry James and Shorty Rogers, saxophonist Ernie Watts, the Barrett Deems Big Band, guitarist Kenny Burrell, violinist Claude Williams, and many others.
Gentle Thoughts is the second solo album by Lee Ritenour, and was released as a Direct-to-disc recording It features Ernie Watts, Dave Grusin, Patrice Rushen, Anthony Jackson, Harvey Mason and Steve Forman.
Bundle of Joy is an album recorded in 1977 by jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard. It was released on the Columbia label and features performances by Hubbard, Dorothy Ashby, Azar Lawrence and Ernie Watts.
Lundy has composed and published over forty songs. Her compositions have been recorded by such artists as Kenny Barron ("Quiet Times"), Ernie Watts ("At the End of My Rope"), and Straight Ahead ("Never Gonna Let You Go").
Eldad has recorded and performed with some of the most significant figures in their musical genres including: Poncho Sanchez, Ernie Watts, Taj Mahal, Cybill Shepherd, Freddie Hubbard, Billy Higgins, Frank Morgan and Ron Affif.
Steely Dan alumnus Ernie Watts was also featured on tenor sax for the up-tempo song "Only His Love". Once again, the group was accompanied by a virtual “who's who” of LA studio players, with David Hungate returning on bass along with Reinie Press and Dean Parks on guitar. Also featured were Archers’ tour band players, Phil Kristianson (keyboards) and Tony Sena (guitar).
The single was issued in three different versions: the 7" single release (3:42), the LP version (4:19), and a 12" single version (7:04). The 12" version features a "Dance Remix" on Side One and an "Instrumental Version Featuring Ernie Watts On Sax Solo" on Side Two. Both are remixes by Craig Kostich and Bruce Swedien.
Richmond arranged professionally from the 1960s, for Schifrin, Buddy Rich, and Ernie Watts among others. He founded the Kim Richmond Concert Jazz Orchestra in southern California to perform his works. Additionally, he has worked extensively as a session musician, arranger, director, and conductor for studios and popular musicians.
Ernie Watts was also featured in the Windows XP edition Jazz preview. The song he was featured in was "Highway Blues". He plays black-lacquered Keilwerth SX90R saxophones, one of which can clearly be seen in the cover photograph of his 1995 "Unity" recording.
In 2009 he issued "Starting All Over Again" on Continental Record Services (aka CRS) in Europe and Collectors' Choice in the US. It was produced by Carla Olson in Los Angeles and features Eric Clapton, Jake Andrews, Ernie Watts, Percy Sledge, Alvino Bennett, Tony Marsico, Michael Thompson, Tom Morgan Jr., Oren Waters and Luther Waters.
Jeff Anthony (Sheryl Crow), John Bishop (Ernie Watts), Terry Bozzio (Missing Persons), Tony Braunagel (Bonnie Raitt), Luis Conte (Sergio Mendes), Ned Douglas (Dave Stewart), Sly Dunbar (Bob Marley), Michael Shrieve (Santana), Ben Smith (Heart), Matt Sorum (Velvet Revolver), DJ Syze-up (UltraNaté), Alan White (Yes, John Lennon), Lonnie Wilson (Brooks & Dunn), Zoro (Lenny Kravitz) and John Tempesta (Helmet, Testament, Rob Zombie).
The shifting roster has included saxophonists Bob Berg, Bendik Hofseth, Bill Evans, Ernie Watts, and Donny McCaslin; pianists Eliane Elias and Rachel Z; guitarists Mike Stern and Steve Khan; bassists Darryl Jones, Tony Levin, Victor Bailey, and Marc Johnson; and drummers Peter Erskine, Steve Smith, and Dennis Chambers.
Karma was a soul/funk/jazz band which recorded two albums for the A&M Records imprint Horizon Records in the 1970s. Its members included Ernie Watts, trombonist George Bohanon, trumpeter Oscar Brashear, keyboardist Reggie Andrews, bassist Curtis Robertson Jr and drummer Joe Blocker.