Say Yes
by Terry Wollman (Jazz)

... features guests Michael McDonald, Joe Sample, Gerald Albright, and Luis Conte. Guitar-centered song ideas influenced by contemporary and instrumental jazz are accented by the use of several types of guitars including steel, high string, classical baritone and guitarron.

# Title Time Listen
1 survive 5:58 mp3
2 our love 4:50 mp3
3 once one moment 2:39
4 of all things most yielding 3:38
5 prelude to a dream 0:30
6 all my dreams 3:55 mp3
7 morning prayer 7:02
8 buckwheat sample 2:17
9 buckwheat shuffle 3:36
10 cancun 5:26 mp3
11 say yes 3:56
12 once one moment reprise 3:44

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Sonic Images Records
Nov 17, 1998

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violin - concert master  endre granat, berj garabedian, peter kent, john wittenberg, barbra porter, roman volodarsky
viola - denyse buffum, linda lipsett
cello - contractor  suzie katayama, steve richards

gerald albright appears courtesy of atlantic records
michael mcdonald appears courtesy of reprise records
joe sample appears courtesy of warner brothers records

engineered by alan hirshberg
mixed at mad hatter studio by peter r. kelsey
mastered by bernie grundman

producer - terry wollman 

a&r director - brad pressman
album coordinator - pamela hope lobue
music preparation - orion crawford 

legal - ed blau
agent - loren harriet/kazarian, spencer & associates - studio city, ca
guitar tech - noric renson/brett sandberg
stylist - laurent/prive
art direction - doerte lau
design - wolfgang fenchel
terry wollman portraits - ken merfeld
guitar photo courtesy of rick turner guitars 

recorded at - east of the sun/west of the moon, 
mad hatter studio, mango eater studio, power station, riverhorse studio 

additional engineering - george adjeiff, david crigger, marc hugenberger, peter kelsey, robert
miller, robert reid, jan stevens, terry wollman 

d'adarrio strings, mesa boogie amps, motu/digital performer, seymour duncan pickups, taylor guitars 

thank you to jan stevens who inspired, encouraged, and guided me to go "acoustic;" to ed blau for his counsel 
and friendship; and to michael morris for making sure the music was heard. 

to pam, marc, alan, peter, and suzie words cannot express my gratitude. 

i am humbled by the talent and generosity of the musicians on this recording, and those i have been privileged to
 write and perform with over the last 10 years. this music is a reflection of the life that has happened in that time. 

special thanks to the best friends that anyone could ever hope for. 

dedicated to my family. sylvia, scott and michael