Greenhouse (Yellowjackets album)
Greenhouse is the eighth studio album of the American jazz group Yellowjackets, released in 1991. In this album, the group was a trio. Bob Mintzer, who became an official member on the next album, was credited as a guest artist. The album reached a peak position of number one on Billboard's Top Contemporary Jazz Albums chart.
|Studio album by|
|Released||February 19, 1991|
|Genre||jazz fusion, smooth jazz|
|2.||"Greenhouse"||Ferrante, Jimmy Haslip||9:00|
|3.||"Seven Stars"||Ferrante, Haslip, William Kennedy||7:33|
|6.||"Brown Zone"||Steve Khan||4:50|
|7.||"Liam/Rain Dance"||Haslip, Steve Croes, Ferrante||6:34|
|8.||"Invisible People"||Ferrante, Haslip, Kennedy||5:45|
- Russell Ferrante – keyboards
- Jimmy Haslip – bass
- Will Kennedy – drums
- Bob Mintzer – tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, bass clarinet, alto flute, EWI
- Steve Croes – Synclavier
- Alex Acuña – percussion
- Judd Miller – EWI programming (9)
- Stuart Canin – violin solo (9)
- Bill Gable – vocals (8)
Orchestra (tracks 2, 4 & 9)
- Vince Mendoza – arrangements and conductor
- Sandy de Crescent – contractor
- Michael O'Donovan – bassoon
- Gary Gray and James Kanter – clarinet
- James Walker – flute
- John Cooke, Dane Little, Judith Perett and David Speltz – cello
- Timothy Barr and Arni Egglison – double bass
- Brian Dembow, Pamela Goldsmith, Dan Neufeld and Mihail Zinovyev – viola
- Arnold Belnick, Stuart Canin, Bruce Dukov, Clayton Haslop, Bill Hybel, Karen Jones, Kathleen Lenski, Irma Neuman, Anatoly Rosinsky, Sheldon Sanov, Polly Sweeney and Dorothy Wade – violin
- Yellowjackets – producers
- Jan Erik Kongshaug – engineer, mixing
- Ken Allardyce – assistant engineer
- Joseph Doughney – post-production engineer
- Michael Landy – post-production engineer
- Stephen Marcussen – mastering
- Michelle Lewis – production coordinator
- Andy Baltimore – creative director
- David Gibb – creative director
- Scott Johnson – graphic design
- Sonny Mediana – graphic design
- Andy Ruggirello – graphic design
- Dan Serrano – graphic design
- Wilfredo Lam – cover artwork
- Recorded at Schnee Studios (North Hollywood, California).
- Post-Production Engineering at The Review Room (New York City, New York).
- Mastered at Precision Lacquer (Los Angeles, California).
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