1978 Neil Larsen – Jungle Fever

Jungle Fever is the second solo album by Neil Larsen, released in 1978 on Horizon/A&M.

Neil Larsen (born August 7, 1948) is an American jazz keyboardist, musical arranger and composer. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio and grew up in Sarasota, Florida before relocating to New York and then, in 1977, Los Angeles.

Tracks

1  Sudden Samba (Neil Larsen) 4:15
2  Promenade (Neil Larsen) 4:03
3  Windsong (Neil Larsen) 5:17
4  Emerald City (Neil Larsen) 3:55
5  Jungle Fever (Neil Larsen) 7:09
6  Red Desert (Neil Larsen) 3:22
7  Last Tango In Paris (Gato Barbieri) 4:09
8  From A Dream (Neil Larsen) 4:09

Media

Musicians

BassWillie Weeks
DrumsAndy Newmark
GuitarBuzzy Feiten
KeyboardsNeil Larsen
FlugelhornJerry Hey
FluteLarry Williams
SaxMichael Brecker
SaxLarry Williams
PercussionRalph MacDonald
TrumpetJerry Hey

Liner Notes

Producer – Tommy LiPuma
Arranged By – Neil Larsen
Engineer (Assistant) – Don Henderson, Linda Tyler
Mixed By – Al Schmitt
Recorded By – Al Schmitt

Art Direction – Roland Young
Design – Chuck Beeson
Photography By – Elizabeth Lennard

Recorded At – Sound Labs, Hollywood
Recorded At – Capitol Studios
Mastered At – The Mastering Lab
Distributed By – A&M Records
Manufactured By – A&M Records