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Grusin performed in Bogota, Colombia as a member of Azteca, a Latin jazz fusion band led by Pete Escovedo which included Escovedo's daughter, drummer Sheila E. The trip sparked a lifelong interest in Latin music. In 1975, Quincy Jones invited him to tour with his band, and Grusin was persuaded to leave teaching for a career in music. He worked as a studio musician on albums by Randy Crawford , Billy Eckstine , Joe Pass , and the Pointer Sisters . He formed the fusion group Friendship with Lee Ritenour , Ernie Watts , and Alex Acuña and recorded one album, then released solo albums in 1981 and 1983. In 1985, he produced the album Musician for Ernie Watts, and it won a Grammy Award. His live album The Hang (Sovereign Artists, 2004) received a Grammy Award nomination. He won Grammy Awards for his work on two albums by the Paul Winter Consort. [1] He won an Echo Award for the album Quality Time , recorded with Peter Fessler. [2]


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