"Sleepwalk", named after the Santo Farina/John Farina/Ann Farina instrumental classic, offers up Carlton's signature jazz fusion as he heard it back in 1982. "Last Nite" and "10:00 P.M." are two tracks from this album which audiences at Carlton's live shows have come to expect - and revel in their entended solo passages. Check out the slow blues burn in "Blues Bird" for an example of Carlton at his soulful best. A number of outstanding drummer appear on the album, such as Steve Gadd and Jeff Porcaro, while Pops Popwell and Abraham Laboriel hold down the low end on most tracks. Guitarists, take note, there's a lot to garner from this MCA release.
|03:45||Song For Katie||Instrumental|
|04:55||You Gotta Get It While You Can||Instrumental|
|Larry Carlton||Guitar, Production, Engineering, Remixing, Arrangements, String Arrangements and Conducting|
|Carlos Rios||Rhythm Guitar|
|Terry Trotter||Fender Rhodes|
|Paulinho Da Costa||Percussion|
|Don Freeman||Wurlitzer, Fender Rhodes, Arrangements|
|Guy Mathieson||Fender Rhodes, Prophet, Acoustic Piano|
|Al Schmitt||String Engineering|
|Steve Carlton||Engineering Assistance|
|Jim Hodson||Engineering Assistance|
|Simon Levy||Art Direction, Design|
|Rik Pekkonen||Re-Mixing For CD|
|Bernie Grundman||Re-Mastering For CD|
|Ricky Schultz||CD Release Coordination|
|Recorded and mixed at Room 335, Hollywood, California.
Strings recorded at Capitol Studio A, Hollywood, California.
Mastered at the Mastering Lab.