Two icons on one stage. Guitarist Lee Ritenour and keyboard player Dave Grusin had already met at an early stage in their careers. Grusin is a much sought-after pianist, composer and arranger, who has won no fewer than ten Grammies and an Oscar. Grusin was also co-founder of the famous jazz label GRP. As a movie composer he signed off on The Graduate, On Golden Pond and The Firm. Ritenour was already a much-wanted session musician before he started his solo career and created a furor in the 1970s with powerful jazz fusion records like Captain Fingers and The Captain’s Journey. Between those two he also helped Pink Floyd by playing on some tracks for The Wall. During the 1980s Ritenour and Grusin made albums together, like the Grammy Award-winning Harlequin and GRP Live In Session. In 2000 the duo came together again to record the well-received album Two Worlds. This was followed eight years later by Amparo.