Ron Reinhardt | From the Shadows

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From the Shadows

by Ron Reinhardt

Funky, swingin' jazz with some fusion thrown in
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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1. Area 52
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2. Manifest Destiny
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3:36 $1.34
3. Wombat Breath
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5:30 $1.34
4. Long Ago (Laura's Song)
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5. 110
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6. Say Yes, Say No
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7. Hurricane
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8. Possum Belly Pudding
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4:47 $1.34
9. Last Voyage
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10. Norm's Place
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Album Notes
1. Area 52
Ron Reinhardt - Synths, Bettison Harmonica Samples, NI B4 II Samples, Battery 3 Drum Samples, Scarbee Red Bass Samples

2. Manifest Destiny
Ron Reinhardt - Synths, Native American Flute, Synthogy Ivory Piano Samples, Battery 3 Drum Samples, Scarbee Red Bass Samples

3. Wombat Breath
Ron Reinhardt - Synths, NI B4 II Samples, Battery 3 Drum Samples, Scarbee Red Bass Samples
Patrick Bettison - Harmonica, Bass Solo

4. Long Ago
Ron Reinhardt - Reinhardt Rhodes Samples, Synths, Synthogy Ivory Piano Samples, Bettison Harmonica Samples, Battery 3 Drum Samples, Scarbee Red Bass Samples
Tony Janflone Jr. - Guitar

5. 110
Ron Reinhardt - Bettison Harmonica Samples, NI B4 II Samples, Battery 3 Drum Samples
LaRue Nickelson - Guitar Solo

6. Say Yes, Say No
Ron Reinhardt - Synths, Bettison Harmonica Samples, Synthogy Ivory Piano Samples, Battery 3 Drum Samples, Scarbee Red Bass Samples

7. Hurricane
Ron Reinhardt - Reinhardt Rhodes Samples
Dave Reinhardt - Drums
Tim George - Bass

8. Possum Belly Pudding
Ron Reinhardt - Synths, Rhodes 73 Suitcase
Dave Reinhardt - Drums
Tim George - Bass
Patrick Bettison - Harmonica

9. Last Voyage
Ron Reinhardt - Synths, Keyboard Bass, Rhodes 73 Suitcase
Dave Reinhardt - Drums
Patrick Bettison - Harmonica, Bass Solos

10. Norm's Place
Ron Reinhardt - Synths, NI B4 II Samples, Synthogy Ivory Piano Samples
Dave Reinhardt - Drums
Tim George - Bass
Ron Reinhardt Sr. - Sax Solo
Steve Petrey - Guitar Solo
Jeff McKnight - Voiceover



Tracks 1 thru 6 recorded and engineered at Possum Trap Studios Spring Hill, Fla
Tracks 7 thru 10 recorded and engineered by George Harris at Panda Productions Clearwater, Fla


All songs written and produced by Ron Reinhardt
(RonReinhardtMusic/BMI)

Mastered by George Harris

Dave Reinhardt plays Zildjian Cymbals and Vic Firth sticks
Tony Janflone Jr. plays TJF Custom Guitars and Geezer Sound Company Speaker Cabinets

A very special thanks to all the musicians for their inspired playing, George Harris for his engineering artistry and Dani MacArthur for her creative cover art.
NOTE : No pre-recorded loops were used on this CD. All sequenced drum and bass tracks were manually played using a
minimum of quantization.

Ron Reinhardt, keyboardist with Smooth Jazz sax icon Richard Elliot since 1992, has also had the good fortune of working with a wide assortment of artists - from David Sanborn, Marcus Miller and Chris Botti (on recent Smooth Jazz Cruises) to tours with Rick Braun, Peter White, Mindi Abair, Gerald Albright, Jonathan Butler, Oleta Adams, Kirk Whalum, Jeff Golub, Marc Antoine, Norman Brown, Warren Hill, Craig Chaquico, Rick Derringer, Eric Darius, Euge Groove, and others. His track "Sly" (off Richard Elliot's 2004 "Ricochet" CD) went on to become the 2nd most played Smooth Jazz song in the country (R&R Chart) for a few weeks and stayed in the charts for months. In the 80's and 90's he toured and recorded with legendary fusion bassist Jeff Berlin. In a departure from the Jazz genre, he used to tour with Donny Osmond and was his Music Director from 1990 - 1992 during Osmond's comeback.


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