Label: GRP - GRP-9615-1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Switzerland • Genre: Jazz • Style: Smooth Jazz, Big Band, Swing
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I remember buying Stolen Moments after its release in 89 or 90 and thinking - "Good grief, Rit, how boring. Why play that 'old sounding' jazz?" My, has time ever changed my opinion of this album! How anyone could listen to this album as well as his latest release, Rit's House", and not count Rit as a pure jazz great is beyond belief/5(42).
· Stolen Moments. After 15 years of guitarist Lee Ritenour primarily playing crossover music, this set of mostly straight-ahead jazz was a surprise. Ritenour always loved Wes Montgomery's playing and on many of these cuts, that influence dominates his sound and style. Assisted by tenor saxophonist Ernie Watts (who usually takes solo honors /10(44).
Lee Ritenour. Ritenour was born Janu in Los Angeles, California. He played his first session when he was 16 with the Mamas and the Papas. Nicknamed "Captain Fingers", he (along with Larry Carlton) was a sought-after session guitarist by the mids.
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