Don Grolnick

Born 23 September 1947. Died 1 June 1996
Don Grolnick
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1947-09-23
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Don Grolnick

Don Grolnick Biography (Wikipedia)

Don Grolnick (September 23, 1947 – June 1, 1996) was an American jazz pianist, composer, and record producer. He was a member of the groups Steps Ahead and Dreams, both with Michael Brecker, and played often with the Brecker Brothers. As a session musician, he recorded with Billy Cobham, Roberta Flack, Dave Holland, Bette Midler, Marcus Miller, Bob Mintzer, Linda Ronstadt, David Sanborn, Carly Simon, J. D. Souther, Steely Dan, and James Taylor.

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Peter Asher
Poor, Poor Pitiful Me
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Poor, Poor Pitiful Me
Dan Dugmore
Tumbling Dice
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Tumbling Dice
Don Grolnick
Hearts and Numbers
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Hearts and Numbers
Don Grolnick
Spot that Man
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Spot that Man
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