Chasing the Light is a 90 minute programme presented by acclaimed international photographer David Noton, exploring the essentials of landscape photography, location finding, previsualisation, understanding natural light, composition and colour. The film examines the development of a photographic vision with practical hands on demonstrations, insights and examples at a number of inspiring locations and dramatic settings from a misty dawn at Glastonbury to the cliffs of Lands End and the autumnal glens of the New Forest in the south of England.
Following the major sales and airplay successes of Benoit's previous GRP outings, Shadows is a more conceptual album, a collection that perfectly fuses the hip-hop grooves introduced on Inner Motion's popular track "M.W.A," with a lush orchestral approach. All without losing sight of the spirited composing and playing style that made him one of smooth jazz's biggest stars. Helping bring Benoit and co-producer Marcel East's chemistry to life are friends old and new to the Benoit studio fold: guitarist Pat Kelley; bassists Neil Stubenhaus, Nathan East, and Jimmy Johnson; saxophonist Michael Paulo; drummers Jeff Porcaro and John Robinson; and percussionists Chris Trujillo, Michael Fisher, and Fattburger's Tommy Aros.
In August 1971, David Bowie's manager, Tony Defries had 500 promo LPs pressed to secure Bowie and fellow Mainman artist Dana Gillespie a record deal. The promo album, featuring seven Bowie performances on one side and five by Gillespie on the flip is often referred to as the BOWPROMO white label album. Released as a Record Store Day 4/22/2017 exclusive. Limited edition of 15000 copies worldwide.