||Nightlife CD (2004) |
A.D. Burrise music CDs This urban-flavored smooth jazz quartet has been recording since the mid-'90s, but seems to have fallen under the mainstream radar. The music is certainly pleasant, in the pocket, and radio-friendly, but perhaps the reason the foursome haven't hit it bigger is because they don't all play on their own tracks -- at least according to the liner notes. It'd be nice to know that the tasty retro-soul keyboard solo on the silky opening track, "Three's Company," was played by a ...
||Ocean Wave CD (1998) |
A.D. Burrise CD discography Personnel: Richard Nance, Jerry Cortez (guitar); Peter Lehmann (saxophone, tenor saxophone); Jose Hernandez (saxophone); Bryan Carter (keyboards, bass guitar, drum programming, background vocals); Robert Brookins, Roger Smith (keyboards, drum programming); Augustine Chukuma, Cecil Ramirez (keyboards); Rick Duncan (bass guitar); Michael Thompson (drum programming).
Recording information: Bay Area Music, San Francisco, CA; Bob Fostess Sound Studio, Brisbane, CA; Nacnud Stu; Rob *B* Studios, LA, CA.
Personnel: Jose Hernandez, Peter Lehmann (saxophone); Mike Mena (trumpet); Chuck MacKinnann (flugelhorn); Michael Miceheimer (trombone); Bryan Carter (keyboards, bass, drum programming, ...
||Bubble Gum CD (2003) |
A.D. Burrise albums Originally released on Rite Track Records.
Personnel: Steven Rubio (vocals, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone, background vocals); Don Roy Allen (vocals, drums, background vocals); J.D. Burrise (vocals, congas, percussion); Robert Clark (electric guitar); Henry Anadon (flute, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); Bill Eriksen (clarinet, piano, electric piano, synthesizer, ARP synthesizer); Mike Micenheimer (baritone saxophone, trombone, background vocals); Laurence Holman (trumpet, flugelhorn); W. Thad Bourland (trumpet, background vocals); A.D. Burrise (electric bass, background vocals).
Arrangers: Mike Micenheimer; Laurence Holman; Henry Anadon; A.D. Burrise; Don Roy Allen; Robert Clark; ...