Gino Vannelli Live In L.A. was recorded at the Saban Theatre Los Angeles California November 8th 2013.
Special guest performance by Bernie Williams and Joe Vannelli.
Just Wanna Stop
If I Should Loose This Love
The Last Days Of Summer
Living Inside Myself
People Gotta Move
Brother To Brother
Plus extra on the DVD:
Canto (Bonus track – video)
None So Beautiful (Bonus track – video)
The DVD also includes interviews with Geoff Emerik, Herb Alpert, Norm Kinney, Jimmy Haslip, Carlos Rios, Joe Vannelli & Harold Chiles.
This concert also features a special guest appearance by New York Yankee All-Star and Latin Grammy-nominated guitarist Bernie Williams. Behind the scene footage includes two beautiful bonus-videos of Gino performing “None So Beautiful As The Brave” and a re-make of “Canto.”
Recorded live onstage at the historic Saban Theater in Los Angeles, California on November 8, 2013, this package is available for online purchase from Sono Recording Group.
The DVD includes interesting and honest perspectives from insiders that will take you through rehearsals in the Vannelli’s “famous garage” to the recording sessions at Davlin Recording Studios in Burbank, California that ultimately brought A&M’s last release “Brother to Brother” to great success.
You will be privy to exclusive eye-opening interviews with Geoff Emerik, who engineered most of the Beatles albums as well as Gino Vannelli’s “Gist Of The Gemini,” Herb Alpert, co-founder of A&M Records and the driving force that signed Gino Vannelli to his first U.S. recording contract in 1972, engineer Norm Kinney, bassist Jimmy Haslip, and guitarist Carlos Rios. Joe Vannelli, co-producer and keyboard player on multiple Gino Vannelli albums, discusses the journey that finally brought them through the gates of A&M Records for the audition that started their musical career. Finally, Harold Chiles, head of A&M Promotions, reveals the “most unconventional” methods A&M used to bring Gino Vannelli to the music forefront.
More information about Gino Vannelli at his official website.