|Surrender To Me|
|Produced by Richie Zito (track 2 by Dave Grusin)|
|Released on 1988|
|US CHART POSITION #6|
|Find it at GEMM|
|B-44288 wo. picture sleeve
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I thought this would be a cover of the Rick Vito song that McGuinn, Clark & Hillman did so well. Nope. That song was actually well-suited to a male/female duet. “Surrender To Me” is bear-with-its-foot-caught-in-a-trap bad. It makes “The Flame” seem cool by comparison. In fact, I’ve... well, you get the point. The B side is typical faux-jazz movie music from Tequila Sunrise (which is where the A side comes from too) credited to Dave Grusin and Lee Ritenour. I suppose this single is less painful than the entire soundtrack to Tequila Sunrise, which is probably less painful than the movie, which is probably less painful than a Michelle Pfieffer pfilm pfestival.
DAVE GRUSIN --
LEE RITENOUR --
ANN WILSON --
Chris Lord-Alge -- mixing (1)
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