Lou Pardini / Live And Let Die


As at 1996 when this album was released, Lou Pardini was generally known as a vocalist and keyboard player of "Koinonia" or as a songwriter composed Smokie Robinson's Grammy Awarded Top 10 Hit "Just To See Her" in 1987. In August 2009, Pardini joined the band Chicago that lost Bill Champlin.

“Live And Let Die” was Pardini’s first solo album we had been waiting for a long time and must be called as one of the Excellent Urban Contemporary Works in 90's. What a romantic album!!
A year later, when this album was released in the United States, the title of the album was changed to “Night To Remember” with different artworks.

Release : 24 April, 1996
Label : Victor Entertainment, Inc., Japan (VICP-5722)

1. Some Things Never Change
2. Just To See Her
3. Take It Away
4. What Might Have Been
5. Live And Let Live
6. A Night To Remember
7. It's A Mystery
8. Brighter Day
9. I Believe In You
10. Morning Kisses
11. Need I Say More

Producer: Lou Pardini

Lou Pardini: Vocals, Keyboards

- Musicians -
Drum Programming: Bill Maxwell
Bass: John Patitucci, Vali Johnson, Abraham Laboriel
Guitars: Todd Robinson, David Williams
Sax: David Boruff, Scott Mayo
Background Vocals: Rose Stone, Lisa Banks, Bill Champlin, Joseph Williams, Mindy Stein