A Feature Length Documentary Film, “Dave Grusin: Not Enough Time” is about the adventure-filled life and extraordinary career of iconic composer Dave Grusin. Over the past fifty years, Dave has been nominated for thirty-eight Grammy Awards, eight Academy Awards and four Golden Globes Awards, along with many other achievements. Grusin was also one of the two original founders of GRP Records, the best-selling U.S. jazz label for five consecutive years. His forward-thinking partnership with Larry Rosen had a monumental impact on the record industry. Dave and Larry set the standard for digital recording fidelity and became notorious for the "Grusin-Rosen sound." As a composer, pianist, arranger and producer, Dave Grusin is one of the most prolific American musicians of the past century.
“Dave Grusin: Not Enough Time” includes interviews with many notable luminaries from the music, film and literary industries; Quincy Jones, Tom Brokaw, Michael Keaton, Tommy Lipuma, Russ Titelman, Marcus Miller, Harvey Mason, Lee Ritenour, Ernie Watts, Don Grusin, Thomas McGuane, and many others are featured in the film. The documentary includes never-before-seen photos and archival footage of concerts and recording sessions. Many of Dave's most famous film scores and stories are also highlighted such as "Tootsie," "The Fabulous Baker Boys,", "The Firm," and "On Golden Pond" to name just a few. The film's Director Barbara Bentree and Producer John Rangel, are both practicing jazz musicians and have created a totally unique in-depth portrait.
“Dave Grusin: Not Enough Time” is currently a co-production between U.S. based Jindojazz Inc. and the International Swiss Record Label NiRo Music. The Montreux Jazz Festival screening is an exclusive preview debut of this wonderful tribute to the legendary Dave Grusin.