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Dave Koz - At the Movies flac album

Performer: Dave Koz
Title: At the Movies
Style: Instrumental Pop,Smooth Jazz,Standards,Crossover Jazz,Contemporary Jazz,Jazz Instrument,Saxophone Jazz
Duration: 01:00:09
Location: Avatar Studios, New York, NY
Relesed: January 30, 2007
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 822
Other formats: AC3 VOX MPC APE RA WAV

Showcased beautifully throughout At the Movies is Koz's deftly melodic and supple saxophone sound, which truly evinces his obvious love of film and film music. It also doesn't hurt that he's often backed by a full orchestra and big band here, adding to the widescreen, cinematic sound he's going for. Also engaging are Koz's guest artist choices, including trumpeter Chris Botti, vocalists Johnny Mathis, Barry Manilow, Donna Summer, and others.

Dave Koz discography and songs: Music for Dave Koz Genres: Smooth Jazz, Contemporary R&B, Jazz. Information on Dave Koz Albums and more. AT THE MOVIES (DOUBLE FEATURE) GRAMMY® Nominated Album Released 2008. AT THE MOVIES GRAMMY® Nominated Album Released 2007. SAXOPHONIC Released 2003. THE DANCE Released 1999. OFF THE BEATEN PATH Released 1996. LUCKY MAN. LUCKY MAN Released 1993. DAVE KOZ. DAVE KOZ Released 1990. Dave koz holiday albums. 20TH anniversary christmas. DAVE KOZ & FRIENDS 20TH ANNIVERSARY CHRISTMAS Released . 9. The 25TH of december. THE 25TH OF DECEMBER Released 2014.

Koz himself co-wrote eight of the 11 tracks, as well as having a reworking of the Richard Marx hit Endless Summer Nights. At the Movies (1982–1990 TV series), an American program, originally known as At the Movies with Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert. TV series), a program (1986–2010). Ebert Presents: At the Movies, a successor program (2011).

Retrieved September 14, 2011. a b c "At the Movies - Dave Koz". Retrieved September 14, 2011. In 2011, a duet was produced using scenes from Streisands version while Jackie Evancho performed live with David Foster at the Ringling Museum of Art, on her 2014 Partners album, she released a new recording of the song, this time as a duet with Josh Groban. Ingrid Bergman was a Swedish actress who starred in a variety of European and American films.

Sax man Dave Koz's At the Movies floats mellifluously into the second category. From the moment Judy Garland's voice comes keening through the crackle of "Over the Rainbow," we're transported directly into the cinema alongside Koz and a handful of high-wattage friends. Only in Koz's theater, the music is at times more heart-tuggingly pretty than we remember. Moon River," from Breakfast at Tiffany's meanders gracefully before Barry Manilow surfaces to lend a languid, signature-smooth vocal. This album was recommended by Barry Manilow at his recent concert at Madison Square Garden, Manhattan NYC. Dave Koz did a guest spot at Barry's concert. Dave is apparently an old friend of Barry's and either used to play with Barry or still does. I'm pretty sure I've heard Dave on some of Barry's older songs, like "Brooklyn Blues" and a naughty little song "I Wanna Do It With You".

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Over the Rainbow Harold Arlen / E.Y. "Yip" Harburg Dave Koz 4:02
2 Moon River Henry Mancini / Johnny Mercer Dave Koz feat: Barry Manilow 3:47
3 As Time Goes By Dave Koz 4:02
4 Somewhere Leonard Bernstein / Stephen Sondheim Dave Koz feat: Anita Baker 4:32
5 The Shadow of Your Smile (Love Theme from The Sandpiper) Johnny Mandel / Paul Francis Webster Dave Koz feat: Chris Botti / Johnny Mathis 5:22
6 The Pink Panther Henry Mancini Dave Koz 3:38
7 The Way We Were Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman / Marvin Hamlisch Dave Koz feat: Vanessa Williams 4:31
8 The Summer Knows (Theme from Summer of '42) Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman / Michel Legrand Dave Koz 4:55
9 It Might Be You Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman / Dave Grusin Dave Koz feat: India.Arie 4:23
10 Cinema Paradiso Suite Andrea Morricone / Ennio Morricone Dave Koz 4:16
11 A Whole New World Alan Menken / Tim Rice Dave Koz feat: Donna Summer 3:46
12 Schindler's List (Main Theme from Schindler's List) Dave Koz 4:17
13 It Might Be You Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman / Dave Grusin Dave Koz feat: Peter White 4:00
14 The Shadow of Your Smile (Love Theme from The Sandpiper) Johnny Mandel / Paul Francis Webster Dave Koz feat: Chris Botti / Norman Brown 4:38


Joe Anderer - French Horn
Abe Appleman - Violin
Harold Arlen - Composer
Kevin Axt - Bass
Anita Baker - Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Vocals
Diane Barere - Cello
Elena Barere - Concert Master
Adrian Benjamin - Viola
David Benson - Engineer
Alan Bergman - Composer
Ingrid Bergman - Spoken Word
Marilyn Bergman - Composer
Leonard Bernstein - Composer
Chris Botti - Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Trumpet
Avril Brown - Violin
Norman Brown - Guest Artist, Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Main Personnel, Primary Artist
David Chan - Violin
Jim Cox - Keyboards
Cenovia Cummins - Violin
Jill Dell'Abate - Orchestra Contractor, Production Coordination
Jonathan Dinklage - Violin
Sue Drew - A&R
Gail Druvand - Bass
Barry J. Eastmond - Piano
Larry Farrell - Trombone (Tenor)
Bruce Feagle - Engineer
Andrew Felluss - Digital Editing
Gregg Field - Drums
Frank Filipetti - Engineer
David Finck - Bass
George Flynn - Trombone (Bass)
Jan Folkson - Engineer
Darius Fong - Assistant Engineer, Digital Editing
Katherine Fong - Violin
Judy Garland - Vocals
Crystal Garner - Viola
Steve Genewick - Mixing Assistant
Lawrence Glazener - Bass
Marc Goldberg - Bassoon
Dave Grusin - Composer
Chris Hall - Tuba
Marvin Hamlisch - Composer
E.Y. "Yip" Harburg - Composer
Kenneth Hitchcock - Sax (Alto)
Jim Hynes - Trumpet
India.Arie - Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Vocals
Jean Ingraham - Violin
Ron Jannelli - Bassoon
Birch Johnson - Trombone (Tenor)
Rodney Jones - Guitar
Tony Kadleck - Trumpet
Dave Koz - Liner Notes, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor), Saxophone
Julie Landsman - French Horn
Ann Leathers - Violin
Jeanne LeBlanc - Cello
Michel Legrand - Composer
Anne Lehmann - Violin
Diane Lesser - Horn (English), Oboe
Vince Lionti - Viola
Richard Locker - Cello
Henry Mancini - Composer
Johnny Mandel - Composer
Barry Manilow - Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Vocals
David Andrew Mann - Clarinet, Flute
Rob Mathes - Arranger, Conductor, Piano
Johnny Mathis - Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Vocals
Laura McGinnis - Violin
Alan Menken - Composer
Johnny Mercer - Composer
Bill Meredith - Horn (English)
Patrick Milando - French Horn
Jeff Mironov - Guitar
Andrea Morricone - Composer
Ennio Morricone - Composer
Rob Mounsey - Arranger, Conductor, Piano
Eugene J. Moye - Cello
Jan Mullen - Violin
Craig Mumm - Viola
Sangwook "Sunny" Nam - Mastering
Dave O'Donnell - Engineer
Michael O'Reilly - Engineer
Dean Parks - Guitar (Acoustic)
Joe Passaro - Timpani
Shawn Pelton - Drums
Charles Pillow - Clarinet, Flute, Sax (Tenor)
Phil Ramone - Audio Production, Liner Notes, Producer
Tim Rice - Composer
Maxine Roach - Viola
Eric Roinestad - Art Direction, Design
Stewart Rose - French Horn
Roger Rosenberg - Sax (Baritone)
Philippe Saisse - Keyboards
James Saporito - Percussion
Doug Sax - Mastering
Anne Scharer - French Horn
Al Schmitt - Engineer, Mixing
Bill Schnee - Engineer
Stacey Shames - Harp
Justin Shturtz - Assistant Engineer
Pamela Sklar - Flute
Bill Airey Smith - Mixing Assistant
Andy Snitzer - Sax (Tenor)
Stephen Sondheim - Composer
Megan Steinman - Art Direction
Donna Summer - Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Vocals
Marti Sweet - Violin
Angie Teo - Assistant Engineer
Michael Hart Thompson - Guitar (Electric)
Victor Vanacore - Arranger
Yuri Vodovoz - Violin
Ellen Von Unwerth - Photography
Randy Waldman - Arranger, Fender Rhodes, Piano
Paul Francis Webster - Composer
Ellen Westerman - Cello
Peter White - Guest Artist, Guitar (Acoustic), Main Personnel, Primary Artist
Vanessa Williams - Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Vocals
Judy Witmer - Viola
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