Let It Ripp
"Let It Ripp" is the Rippingtons first studio recording since the chart-topping "Life In The Tropics" and the follow-up to the acclaimed "Live Across America". Guitarist and producer Russ Freeman writes, "This album is different from our other studio albums, in that there are no outside studio musicians other than the horn section. It's really a culmination of 17 years of being on the road. There is no band quite like the Ripps, and my goal was to highlight the world-class musicianship that has become synonymous with the name, "The Rippingtons". Our fans really seem to enjoy our high energy stuff, so we decided to go for it."
|05:10||Let It Ripp||Instrumental|
|04:27||A Private Getaway||Instrumental|
|04:12||17 Mile Drive||Instrumental|
|04:23||Cast A Spell||Instrumental|
|04:24||Get Over It||Instrumental|
|Russ Freeman||Guitar, Guitar Synth, Keyboards, Production, Executive Production|
|Jerry Hey||Additional Horns|
|Gary Grant||Additional Horns|
|Steven Holtman||Additional Horns|
|Marko Ruffolo||Additional Engineering|
|Leilani Shelby||Production Coordination|
|Valerie Ince||A&R Coordination|
|Sonny Mediana||Photography, Art Direction|
|Andi Howard||Exeuctive Production|
|Recorded at Swamp Rat Studios, Boca Raton, FL, Sapphire Sound, Las Vegas, NV and The Barn, Shadow Hills, CA.
Mixed at Sapphire Sound, Las Vegas, NV.
Mastered at The Mastering Lab, Hollywood, CA.
Hair and makeup by Jennifer Guerrrero.
Stylist: Nancy Fischer.