Don Grolnick was a refined and rather underrated pianist throughout his profession, but his versatility and skills were popular to his fellow music artists. Grolnick performed in rock rings while an adolescent but was constantly thinking about jazz. He worked well in the first fusion group Dreams (1969-1971), the Brecker Brothers (beginning in 1975), and in the first ’80s with Methods Ahead. He is definitely a busy program musician often employed by pop performers. Within the 1980s, Grolnick made an appearance in many configurations including with Joe Farrell, George Benson, Peter Erskine, David Sanborn, John Scofield, Mike Stern, as well as the Bob Mintzer big music group. Don Grolnick is definitely noticed at his greatest on his Hip Pocket debut Hearts and Amounts (1986), and on his two Blue Notice albums, which were reissued like a double-CD.
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|Blue Vinyl||2002||Documentary writer: "Taglioni"|
|A League of Their Own||1992||arranger: "It's Only a Paper Moon", "I Didn't Know What Time It Was" / producer: "It's Only a Paper Moon", "I Didn't Know What Time It Was"|
|FM||1978||musician: keyboards, Linda Ronstadt concert sequence|
|Pumping Iron||1977||Documentary musician: keyboards|
|Saturday Night Live||1991||TV Series|
|Sunday Night||1988||TV Series||Himself|
|Saturday Night Live||1976-1979||TV Series||Himself / Himself - Keyboards|
|James Taylor: Going Home||1992||TV Movie||Himself|
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