Storm at Sunup is the title of the third album and opening track of Italian-Canadian jazz-pop singer-songwriter, Gino Vannelli, and was produced by Vannelli and his brother Joe. Unlike his other albums, Storm at Sunup is a jazz fusion album with much less pop influence. The album features contributions by Graham Lear, who would go on to be Santana's drummer in the 1980s. The title track was chosen by famed choreographer Lionel Blair for use in a dance sequence that was part of a 1976 episode of the television series Space:1999 titled "One Moment Of Humanity". A pared-down, instrumental version of the song was specially recorded for the episode by series composer Derek Wadsworth.more »
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