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Dave Koz (album)

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Dave Koz
Album.Dave.Koz.cover.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMay 7, 1990 (NYC)
September 25, 1990 (USA)
RecordedNovember 1989 - May 1990
GenreSmooth jazz
Length51:41
LabelCapitol
Producer
Dave Koz chronology
Dave Koz
(1990)
Lucky Man
(1993)
Singles from Dave Koz
  1. "Nothing But The Radio On"
    Released: May 1990
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Dave Koz is the 1990 debut album by Dave Koz. It was released on Capitol Records in September 25, 1990. Koz himself co-wrote eight of the 11 tracks, as well as having a reworking of the Richard Marx hit Endless Summer Nights. He is supported by various people depending on the song. [2]

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Transcription

Contents

Track listing

  1. "So Far From Home" (Koz, Lorber) 6:10
  2. "Emily" (Bobby Caldwell, Koz, Lorber) 5:30
  3. "Give It Up" (Koz, Lorber, Marx) 5:53
  4. "Nothing But The Radio On" (featuring Joey Diggs) (Klaven, S. Rose, G. Rose) 4:31
  5. "Castle of Dreams" (Koz, Jeff Koz) 5:00
  6. "Endless Summer Nights" (Richard Marx) 5:01
  7. "Love of My Life" (featuring Cole Basquē) Koz, Elliott Wolff) 4:24
  8. "Art of Key Noise" (Koz, Claude Gaudette) :27
  9. "Perfect Stranger" (Koz, Rogers, Sturken) 4:34
  10. "If Love Is All We Have" (featuring Cole Basquē) (Davidovicci, Derry, Homms) 4:27
  11. "Yesterday's Rain" (Koz, Rogers, Sturken) 5:51

Production

  • Executive Producers: Allen Kovac, Bruce Lundvall
  • Produced By Steve Barri, Claude Gaudette, Dave Koz, Jeff Koz, Jeff Lorber, Randy Nicklaus, Tony Peluso, Evan Rogers & Carl Sturken
  • Engineers: Francis Buckley, Eddie King, Jeff Lorber, Matt Noble, Tony Peluso, Bruce Sugar, Howard Lee Wolen
  • Assistant Engineers: Sally Browder, Jeff DeMorris, Nick Els, Gabriel Moffat, Fawn Rogers, Rob Ruscoe
  • Mixing: Darrell Gustamacho, Alan Meyerson, Steve Peck, Tony Peluso
  • Mix Assistants: Mike Harlow, Steve Peck, John Schmit, Joel Stoner
  • Mastering: Steve Hall

Personnel

References

  1. ^ allmusic review
  2. ^ "Dave Koz official website". Archived from the original on 2009-11-17. Retrieved 2009-03-14.
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