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I need a biography on Gruisin!!< argh, , asap, , i cant find one and his site doesn't work


>>By BioDisco   (Friday, 20 Dec 2002 15:38)



i want memphis stomp for piano, but cant find it, (for free of course)

>>By sammyfish   (Thursday, 30 Jan 2003 00:15)



There's a new website with 200 pages about Dave Grusin located at grusin.net. Has anyone seen it?

>>By Chris   (Saturday, 26 Apr 2003 18:43)



I've perused the grusin.net site today (5-5-03). "Tis excellent! Dave has been a friend and sometime colleague since 1953 (migawd, 50 years!), and I do know a little bit about him, his family, his history, and his wonderful generosity. The site seems to be quite accurate. Very useable for learning about Dave, preparing articles and PR, etc. (Please, no copying.) Many thanx to whomever actually wrote the stuff and designed the entire site! Beautiful work !!!

>>By Tom   (Monday, 5 May 2003 19:22)



Hadnít seen that site before, but it came up on the Alltheweb search engine, and thatís where I found this message board! It goes into a lot of detail about each of Dave Grusinís record albums, stuff which I havenít seen anywhere else. Am a big fan of the stuff he did in the 60ís like Kaleidoscope.

>>By Kern   (Friday, 9 May 2003 20:12)



Does anybody know if, and if so, where the soundtracks for some of Dave Grusin's films can be obtained? Specifically, I am interested in "My Bodyguard" and "Racing With The Moon". If you have an idea, please e-mail marksor@hotmail.com. Thanks.

>>By marksor   (Sunday, 22 Jun 2003 23:44)



I am trying to find the FIRST record Grusin made, before he got popular. We lived in Littleton and got it because he was a hometown boy. It was jazz, not all the stuff he does now. Any info?

>>By gogokoller@aol.com   (Monday, 7 Jul 2003 17:06)



Just checked out that new Dave Grusin website, and donít know what the excitement is about. 200 pages??? Looks to me like half of them are, as the euphemism goes Ďunder construction.í In other words, nothing there. Very little info on Dave Grusin on the remaining ones. Mostly just opinion. Thumbs down!

>>By Jazzman 2000   (Saturday, 12 Jul 2003 11:40)



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