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Havana 1990


About the Album: Out of print in the U.S.! Oscar-winning keyboardist, film-composer and GRP Records founder Dave Grusin wrote the soundtrack to this 1990 film starring Robert Redford. Grusin enlists the help of many great musicians on this recording including Lee Ritenour, Dave Valentin, Arturo Sandoval, Alex Acuna, Abe Laboriel, Brian Bromberg, Clair Fisher, Harvey Mason, Sal Marquez and many others. 12 tracks. GRP.

Label: Grp Records



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