Discography 2017-08-31T19:39:43+00:00

Discography

San Diego has many top-notch musicians in its geographic boundaries, but few could match the schedule of drummer Larry Grano. Here’s a rundown of some of the artists Larry has performed and recorded with.

Eve Selis
Albert Lee
Denny Laine (of Paul McCartney & Wings)
The Everly Brothers
Joey Molland (of Badfinger)
The Association
Coco Montoya
Little Feat
Stanley Clarke
Mike Keneally
San Diego Symphony
Billy Hinsche
Jack Bruce
Alan Parsons (of the Alan Parsons’ Project)
Cliff Almond
Bernard Purdie

Mary James
Warren Wiebe
Gordon Waller (Peter & Gordon)
Jung Ho Pak & Orchestra Nova San Diego
The Detroit Underground
Rockola
Coronado Big Band
Back To The Garden
Xceptional Music Company

Steely Damned 2

Mudslide Slim(James Taylor tribute)

Lisa Sanders

Sir Harry Bowens (B.B. King, Bonnie Raitt, Lyle Lovett)
Eve Selis (Angels & Eagles)
Jennifer Lee (Wanderlust)
Soul to Soul (Soundtrack to movie)
Monique Berry (I Won’t Pretend)
Dove Linkhorn (Greatest Hits Vol. 1)
International Pop Overthrow (Compilation)
Staring At The Sun (Compilation)
Mark Jackson Band (Love May Take Long Road Home)
Barry Scott (Why Did I Do Whatever I Did?)
Neil Diamond Tribute (A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit Neil)
Colin Clyne (Doricana)
Carolann Ames (So Long Abilene)
Mark DeCerbo (Sweet On The Vine) [ZIP Records, 2005] (Look See) [ZIP Records, 2007]

Mark DeCerbo Compilations:
(Staring At The Sun VI “Omission”) [Blindspot, 2006] (Staring At The Sun V “Cool WIth Me”) [Blindspot, 2006] (Planet of the Popboomerang 2 “Every Whisper From You”) [Popboomerang, 2005] (A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit Neil: An Indie Tribute to Neil Diamond) “You Got To Me’ [Delirium Records, 2005] (West of Eden–The California Collection “Hollow Love”)[Zip Records, 2003]

” Unlike most drummers that just lay down a groove….Larry has a great understanding of playing to the artist’s feel, lyrics and vocal melody’s. I don’t think there are any styles he can’t play. I would go so far as to compare him with the great studio drummer, Jim Keltner — this community is very lucky to have him!”

Alan Sanderson, Grammy Award Winning Producer/Recording Engineer to The Rolling Stones, Burt Bacharach & Elton John

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