Keyboardist David Garfield pays an upbeat tribute to friend and legendary session drummer Jeff Porcaro, joined by an impressive team of studio friends and session players, (in cluding Gregg Bissonette, Michael Boddicker, Larry Carlton, Lenny Castro, Bill Champlin, Vinnie Colaiuta, Nathan East, Peter Erskine, Donald Fagen, Steve Gadd, Don Henley, James Newton Howard, Jim Keltner, Will Lee, Steve Lukather, Gavin Lurssen, Richard Marx, David Paich, Simon Phillips, Mike Porcaro, Joe Sample, Boz Scaggs, Tom Scott, Neil Stubenhaus, Eddie Van Halen and many, many others.) Although recorded after Porcaro’s untimely death, it pays tribute to his life and legacy.
Zebra Records, the brainchild of label owner Ricky Schultz, brought a new label re-launch campaign to the attention of Eric Scott was at the time working full-time as art director. The creative brief included updating the label’s brand and designing a unifying look for all the releases with an emphasis upon fine art imagery, for this and its subsidiary label, Zebra Acoustic.
(© 1997 | Zebra Records ZD 44005)