Note Worker

Note Worker
Note Worker
Studio album by Frank Gambale
Released 1991
Recorded Fox Run Studio in Sudbury, Massachusetts; Mad Hatter Studios in Los Angeles, California; Silverlake Sound Studios in Los Angeles, California
Genre Jazz fusion, smooth jazz[1]
Length 48:17
Label Victor
Producer Akira Taguchi, Takashi Misu, Ron Moss, Frank Gambale
Frank Gambale chronology
Thunder from Down Under
Note Worker
The Great Explorers
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 1.5/5 stars[2]

Note Worker is the fourth studio album by guitarist Frank Gambale, released in 1991 through Victor Entertainment and reissued in 2001 through Samson Records.[3]

Track listing

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Lunar Rotation"     Frank Gambale 5:29
2. "Mr. Hollywood Line"   Stephanie Bennett, Gambale Gambale 5:53
3. "Calafia"   Bennett, Gambale Gambale, Freddie Ravel 5:00
4. "Jet Rag"     Gambale 4:48
5. "Stay with Me"   Bennett, Gambale Gambale 4:55
6. "Schmooze"     Gambale 5:20
7. "High 5"     Gambale 6:18
8. "Awakening"     Gambale 6:30
9. "My Silent Heart"   Bennett Gambale 4:04
Total length:



  1. ^ "Note Worker". CD Baby. Retrieved 11-16-10.
  2. ^ Allmusic review
  3. ^ "Discography". Retrieved 2010-11-20.

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