Sandro Camerin | Once in a While

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Once in a While

by Sandro Camerin

An interesting blend of guitar oriented moods and ideas with a distinctly West Coast flavor.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Once in a While
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2. The Center of Gravity
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3. West Coast Expresso
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4. Luna
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5. A little Bit of Paradise
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6. A Crater on Venus
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7. The Picture of Happiness
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8. The Falls
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9. Saturna
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10. Longden's Sweep
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11. The Water Mirror
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12. The River of Peace
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13. Farm Hands
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Album Notes
• Once In a While - 4:50
“Once in a while things just fall into place.”
Produced by Sandro Camerin
Recorded at The Salt Mines, Burnaby B.C.
Mixed by Richard Dolmat at Digital Sound Magic Studios, B.C.
- Live instruments and digital sequencing by Sandro Camerin -

• The Center of Gravity - 4:08
“All things are naturally pulled toward some kind of ‘center of gravity’ where a sense of balance and harmony can be restored.”
Produced by Frank Ludwig
Recorded at Michael Morgan Studios, Vancouver B.C.
Engineered and mixed by Paul MacDonald
- Keyboards and digital sequencing by Frank Ludwig -
- Guitars: Sandro Camerin -
- Drums and Percussion: Daryl Bennett -

• West Coast Expresso - 3:16
“When great coffee meets commuting Vancouver style.”
Produced by Henri Lorieau
Recorded at Pinewood Soundtracks, Vancouver B.C.
Engineered and mixed by Alan Perkins
- Keyboards: Henri Lorieau -
- Guitars: Sandro Camerin -
- Bass: Doug Edwards -
- Drums: Jerry Adolph -

• Luna - 5:01
“Luna (L98) was a six-year-old orca who was separated from his pod at an early age. When he needed companionship he would often interact with the boats and people of Nootka Sound.”
Produced by Sandro Camerin
Recorded at The Salt Mines, Burnaby B.C.
Mixed by Richard Dolmat at Digital Sound Magic Studios, Burnaby, B.C.
- Live instruments and digital sequencing by Sandro Camerin -

• A Little Bit of Paradise - 4:10
“Canadian Winters can be rather cold and damp so it’s comforting to know that ‘a little bit of paradise’ is just a plane ride away.”
Produced by Henri Lorieau
Recorded at Pinewood Soundtracks, Vancouver B.C.
Engineered and mixed by Alan Perkins
- Keyboards: Henri Lorieau -
- Guitars: Sandro Camerin -
- Bass: Doug Edwards -
- Drums: Jerry Adolph -

• A Crater on Venus - 3:51
“If you’ve never visited the West Coast of Canada the paintings of Emily Carr will make you feel like you’ve been there. In 1994 the International Astronomical Union adopted the name Carr for a ‘Crater on Venus’.”
Produced by Frank Ludwig
Recorded at Michael Morgan Studios, Vancouver B.C.
Engineered and mixed by Paul MacDonald
- Keyboards and digital sequencing by Frank Ludwig -
- Guitars: Sandro Camerin -
- Drums and Percussion: Daryl Bennett -

• The Picture of Happiness - 4:32
“My original five note theme gets skillfully reworked into something truly picturesque.”
Produced by Sandro Camerin and Geoff Turner
Recorded at Pinewood Soundtracks, Vancouver B.C.
Engineered and mixed by Geoff Turner
- Keyboards: Ron Johnstone -
- Guitars: Sandro Camerin -
- Bass: Paul Blaney -
- Sax: Graham Ord -
- Drums: Ian Hood -
- Keyboard Programming: Craig Zurba -

• The Falls - 4:33
“Beautiful Niagara Falls will host a number of apparent suicides this year. Most, I’m sure, were hoping for a completely different fate as they anxiously approached the edge. There’s a very fine line between a daredevil and a death wish.”
Produced by Sandro Camerin
Recorded at The Salt Mines, Burnaby B.C.
Mixed by Richard Dolmat at Digital Sound Magic Studios, Burnaby, B.C.
- Live instruments and digital sequencing by Sandro Camerin -

• Saturna - 4:18
“Easily the least spoiled of British Columbia’s Gulf Islands, Saturna was actually named after a Spanish ship not the planet.”
Produced by Henri Lorieau
Recorded at Pinewood Soundtracks, Vancouver B.C.
Engineered and mixed by Alan Perkins
- Keyboards and digital sequencing: Henri Lorieau -
- Guitars: Sandro Camerin -

• Longden’s Sweep - 3:15
“In 1943 Johnny Longden won the United States Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing aboard Count Fleet. While emigrating to Canada from England in 1912 he and his mother were lucky enough to miss their scheduled voyage aboard the Titanic.”
Produced by Sandro Camerin
Recorded at The Salt Mines, Burnaby B.C.
Mixed by Richard Dolmat at Digital Sound Magic Studios, Burnaby, B.C.
- Live instruments and digital sequencing by Sandro Camerin -

• The Water Mirror - 4:46
“In the Amazon there is a legend of a young woman who, in an attempt to touch the moon’s reflection, dives into deep waters and is magically transformed into a beautiful and fragrant flower.”
Produced by Sandro Camerin
Recorded at The Salt Mines, Burnaby B.C.
Mixed by Richard Dolmat at Digital Sound Magic Studios, Burnaby, B.C.
- Live instruments and digital sequencing by Sandro Camerin -

• The River of Peace - 3:47
“All of the Earth’s precious natural resources need to be preserved....forever.”
Produced by Frank Ludwig
Recorded at Michael Morgan Studios, Vancouver B.C.
Engineered and mixed by Paul MacDonald
- Keyboards and digital sequencing by Frank Ludwig -
- Guitars: Sandro Camerin -
- Drums and Percussion: Daryl Bennett -

- Bonus Track -

• Farm Hands - 3:09
“This tune was developed from a simple pentatonic scale exercise. Hang onto your hat.”
Produced by Sandro Camerin
Recorded at The Salt Mines, Burnaby B.C.
Mixed by Richard Dolmat at Digital Sound Magic Studios, Burnaby, B.C.
- Live instruments and digital sequencing by Sandro Camerin -



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